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ESTABLISHED 1895



Ex-police chief tells
of Red tactics

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1951

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Ships look for
Missing Plane

SEARCH





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Pass appropriation bill

for 1951---52 Estimates







PRICE: FEVE CENTS



LABOUR °&



W.1. workers in U.K.

. U.N. troops cut off
WA at Chinese battalions

nstantine wants



RED HAND IN-GRENADA RIOTS



U.S. Plane Missing:| Individual |

53 Men Aboard |

LONDON, March 27.
MORE THAN 100 AMERICAN PLANES, in-
cluding 66 from the aircraft carrier “Coral
Sea,” were to-day searching the Atlantic for sur-
vivors of a missing Globemaster plane, U.S. Air-
force officials state to-day. The 80-ton giant plane
disappeared on Friday with 53 men aboard about
600 miles southwest of Ireland on its way from the
United States to Britain. American Air Force offi-
cials here entertain only the slightest hope of fin
ing survivors. a,
The 54,000-ton oral Sea, one
of the world’s three largest air-
craft carriers and two destroyers
were diverted while sailing from
Norfolk, Virginia, to the Mediter-|
ranean

ONE KILLED:
FIVE HURT

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 27.

Three Royal Air Force planes]. One person died and five were
were also helping in the search|!%Jured when shooting broke out
with a British submarine, a British |!@5t night in Bello Horizonte, Capi-
weather ship and a United States / tal of Minas Geraes State, between





coastguard weather ship. police and Communist demonstra-
Weather in the area was re-jtors, who, disobeying Government

‘orders, were attempting to cele-|
‘brate the 29th anniversary of the
foundation of the Brazilian Com-
munist party.

According to reports received
here to-day, more than 100 shots
were fired when policemen tried
to arrest Communists who had
previously refused to disperse

One plain clothes policeman was

An American navy torpedo] illed and four uniformed police-
bomber with four men aboard|men suffered bullet wounds. A
crashed in the Atlantic Ocean 100| fifth injured, was a man in a bus
miles east of Cape Henry lépst} which got caught in crossfire
night, Atlantic fleet headquarters —Renter,
reported to-day.

ported to be good.—Reuter.



U.S. Navy Bomber
Crashes In Atlantic

NORFOLK, Virginia,
March 27

a for the men rentlnnied Sm le Dru 8
to-day.
The submarine Razorback 48s &

which was operating in the area
spotted one man in the otean
shertly after the erash, The sub-
marine put one of her crew over-
board with a life jacket to pick

Into America

WASHINGTON, March 27.
. Illegal drugs are being smuggled
into the United States from Italy,

up the airman, but he sank be- | Turkey, Communist China and
fore the submarine’s man could! Japan according to Chief of the

reach him, Treasury’s Bureau of. Narcotics,

Harry Anslinger. He told the Sen-
ate Crime Investigating Commit-
tée to-day that drug addiction had
been increasing since 1940 He
said it was confined mostly to cer-
tain segments and certain neigh-
bourhocds in some large cities

~—-Reuter.



Father, Son Perish

AYLESSAM, Kent March 27.







Mrs. Peter Yore returning from iReuter
her daughter’s wedding early to-
day found her home on fire and
her husbz a ine-year-old ¥
oe a ind = nine-year-o} U.S. Senators

The father, a miner and the, 1
boy were asleep when the fire! Gel Threats
broke out in a room below,

Flames prevented rescue be- WASHINGTON, March 27.
fore they were suffocated by Three members of the Senate!
fumes, Crime Investigating Committee}

~—Reuter. whose sittings have lately been
;nolding America’s attention by
television disclosed to-day that
| they had received threats gainst |



their lives,

Haiged Daughter

Senator Charles W. Toby (Re-
RAGUSA, Sicily, March 27. | publican New Hampshire), told |
A Sicilian peasant was under) reporters he had received “three
arrest to-day after hanging his! different threats—two by letter

15-year-old daughter from a tree}

ee ot and one by telephone.”
so restore his family’s honour. |

“I thought them serious enough

i ; ; ” ave the looked into”, he
Giuseppe Grimaldi “executed”)!0 pave them ‘

Sbaunts Se aid Peas ish 5 ad But Chairman of the Committee,





lice had found her in a brothe)| Senator Estes Kefauver ee
and taken her back to her home. |¢rat, Tenessee), said he had not
After the murder, Grimaldi! taken seriously several threats
zave up himself to the police. which he had received in “crack-

: ~ __Reuter. lot letters”.
Senator Lester Hunt, (Demo-





erat, Wyoming), said he had re-
ceived a letter warning him against
sticking his nose into ‘other peo-
ples’ business” during public
hearings at Miami, Florida some
times ago.—Reuter,

U.S. MAKING NEW

Paris Without
Transport
FOR 13TH DAY



97

PARIS, March 27.
Parisians will be without un- TANK MODELS
derground trains and buses for

WASHINGTON, March my

Tae Walker Bulldog, America’s
first new tank model since World
War II, started rolling off produc-
tien lines to-day ‘three months
ahead of contract schedule.

The tank, named General Walk-
er, who was killed in Korea is
1a 26-ton light tank with a speed
| of 40 miles an hour. It mounts a
new type of gun.—Reuter.

NS. THE



the thirteenth day to-morrow.

A two-hour meeting between
delegates of the Communist and
non-Communist Union backing the
12-day old strike and the Paris
Transport Board—state controlled
Corporation—gave no results, a
spokesman of the Strike Commit-
tee announced to-night.

—Reuter.

rT Wi









| call a full dress Labour Manage-

“LED TO SAFETY

Freedom Is}
Threatened

WASHINGTON, March 27,

Dean Acheson. United States
Secretary of State, to-day urged
American Republics to prepare a
co-ordinated defence plan to meet

the “menace of Soviet Russia's
new imperialism”

Addressing the first regular
session of the Inter-American

Conference of Foreign Ministers.
he advocated examination of
internal security measures and
Strengthening basie democratic
institutions throughout the hem
isphere

He said that no free nation any-
where in the world was ‘secure
against the menace posed by
international Communism, ana
called for full economic, and
military co-operation with the
United States.

he instruments of Soviet Rus-
sia’s “new imperialism” Acheson

said were “the formidable
machine of war and the inter-
national Communist movement”

“Never before have we faced :
menace. of this magnitude’, he
continued, “Never before has
there been, so great a challenge
te our determination to preserve
our independence as nations.”

The freedom of individual man
as well as the independence of
Gevernments was threatened, he

said, and the threat demanded
‘action now”,

Only by building up _ thei
strength could the free nations

provide a deterrent force, which
was the only real road to peace.

To do this, each nation must
contribute its full share in the
spirit of co-operation, characteris-|_,
tic of the Inter-American tradi-
tion.





ee Par PRE Meta: OTT aR |
OUNDED KOREAN BOY and his mother are led to safety by

an dnidentified officer out of the range of cross-fire as United States
Engineers sweep enemy minoflelds—dwring the battle in Korea,

Express

—Reuter

Wilson Wants

More Powers

WASHINGTON, March, 27.
Charles Wilson, Director of De-
fence Mobilisation suid to-day the
inflationary trend in America had
been moderated, but the Govern:



Legislative Council

Pass 1951-52 Budget

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday passed the
Appropriation Bill thus giving effect to the passing by the

os might have to issue. more House of Assembly of the Estimates of Revenue and
restrictions. Expenditure for 1951-52. Total sum involved is $8,418,957.

Wilson, said his office would The Bill was introduced by the Hon'ble the Colonial
seek more power to cut prices,

Seeretary, and Hon'ble H. A. Cuke seconded the motions
for the first, second and third reading, as well as that for
the passing of the Bill, ' ;

ther members who spoke on

including the revision of restric-
tions imposed by the Defence Pro-
duction Act on price ceilings for
farm products.

the Bi x Duties returns in consequence ol
Precisely how this should be, Gale cm ye a ie V. i the fortunate crops of the past two
changed had not been decided, he; YG OP ©. A. St, John, Dr. | years,
said. Wilson said he hoped q Wage eae ee a a Ea F. ‘ The revised estimaied surplus of
Stabilisation Board which is not » ves Chandler’ (Presi-

dent), and G. B. Evelyn. $261,000 represents approximately



at present operating because of * bes 240% ol Revenue, a state of affairs
Labour's bepaoth vale soon, be eink a we Annual eG as' ds stated in the Mem.
reorganised and functioning. fer thee # housekeeping basis} orandum, is not unsatisfactory,
or the second year in succession There is, however cause for

said it was still has naturally come A A beaige bape Sx

He uncertain
whether President Truman would

‘ as a disap-
pointment to those who had hoped
that the time was ready, to Jaunch
a major plan of development, but [
am convinced that, in the present
circumstances, the decision of the
Executive Committee to cut its
coat according to its cloth, to resist
the temptation to embark

complacéney regarding this unex.
pectedly large surplus, which re-
flects 4 narrower margin between
revenue and expenditure than is
desirable in a Budget of approxi-
mately $10,000,000 and in a one
crop economy.

ment Conference . before the
machinery for settlment of dis-
putes could be set up—Reuter,





Frenchman Quits

PRAGUE, March 27. and to present an unpretentious,
Georges Falkan, naturalisedgbut workmanlike and
French employee of the French] Budget was fully justified.

upon Increases
new capital works on a large scale, Inthe Annual Estimates for

1951—52 substantial increases art

realistic | shown in the figures for both

‘ a ; lelave ; it lrevenue and expenditure. For
Consulate General in Bratislava The essential pre-requisites to) ino first time in the history of the;
has resigned from the French} any ambitious scheme of devel- Ivland it is estimated that revenue
Government service and has}opment must be a thorough | . fF 5

will exceed the 10} million mark.)
The major increases, naturally}
€10ugh, are on account of Customs
end Excise Duties and of Income
Tax. The Abstract on page | ol)
the Estimates shows that revenue
from Customs Duties is expected
to be $6,222,000, or over $171,000
more than the revised estimate
for this year.

asked the Czechoslovak Govern-
ment to grant him asylum, Ceteka
the official Czethoslovak News
Agency reported today.

Ceteka published the text of the
letter in which Falkan was said
to have addressed the French Am-
bassador Jean Riviere. In it, Fal
kan said, “I do not want to go on
being co-participant in the be During the past year strenuous
trayal of my nation by serving a}measures to strengthen the ad-
Government which is preparing a | ministrative machine have been
new war.”—Reuter. taken, but I am afraid that much
hard work remains to be done be-

examination of the resources of
the Island and the firm knowl-
edge that the administrative
machine is capable of withstand-
ing the extra pressure that will
be imposed upon it.

Strenucus Measures

That there will be a substantial
increase, consequent upon the
predicted record sugar crop, will!
not. be gaingaid, but it has been







ne

INVENTOR REWARDED fore the desired effects are achiey- by no meahs easy, bearing in
ed... The expectation, moreover, mind such varying factors as

BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 27, | that the proposed fiscal survey|stocks, indents, the supplies po-
Austrian born Professor Ronald] Would be completed in time to $ition, price trends, and the mar-

Richter described as inventor of] permit the formulation of a new
Argentina’s atomic energy wili}| plan of development in conjunc-
receive the Peronist medal fron:jtion with the present Annual
the hands of Peron to-morrow | Estimates has unfortunately not
He will also receive the honorary} been realised, and there has ac-
degree of Doctor from Buenos}cordingly been no alternative to
Aires University.—Reutes. the preparation of the Annual Esti-
ane ar erraenrarfaatenie mamiammaieeancenasits | mates for 1951—52 on more or less
the same lines as those for last
year, although the anticipated in-
crease in revenue returns during
the coming year has made it pos-
sible to include provision for some
expansion of the Social Services

kets of purchase and expenditure
on wages; to arrive at a satisfac-
tory estimate.

At the risk of incurring criti
cism for entering a figure that
may be on the low side, Exeev~
tive Committee concluded that it
is preferable to err on the gide
of caution at this stage and to
revise, if necessary, in an upward
direction, rather than the other
way round

Income Tax





Income Tax, which will reflect
to a large extent the results of
the 1950 crop, is expected to
yield $3,800,000, as against
$3,250,000 in the 1950-51 Estimates
and, in spite of an anticipated

Main Features

The main features of the An-
nual Estimates for 1951—-52 are
clearly and succinctly set out in

the Memorandum which was)}falling off of $60,000 in Estate
tabled in this Chamber a month |#md Succession Duties, the tota
ago, as supplemented by the most} @mount raised eer ne nee
helpful analysis which has been Taxation 1S Rit ees ie rh
prepared by the Honourable Mr ah eat than we )) OYE. Hie. TE
Phe i|Vised figure for the current year
H. A. Cuke, to whom I should swaths
: _ ; and this without any increase in
ike to take this opportunity of the rates at which taxes are

publicly expressing my thanks
It will be seen that the revised
estimated surplus at the end of the

levied
Among the other Revenue items,











8 Chinese
Battalions

Cut Off

TOKYO, March 27

American troops moving north
of Vijongbu on the western
Korean front tonight cut off and
surrounded three Chinese hat-
talions attempting to escape
across the 38th parallel.

The Chinese about 2,500 men,
were called on to surrender by
loudspeakers .

Another 350 Communists were

said Communists
at the move.
These incidents in the west be
low Kaesong, last communist held
town of any importance in South
Korea broke the day long lull ir
fighting all along the front
_ Otherwise the United Nations
line just south of the border had
continued to move slowly forward
through rain and mud in one of
the quietest days for many weeks
Communist forces, fed by in

were surprise



casualties,
Reuter

——

90,000 REDS
Across The 38th

ON THE KOREAN CENTRAL
March 27.
An American division spokes-
man estimated tonight that 90,000
Communist troops are massed
along the Central Korea highway
which rung across the 38th paral-





oe

Donald Tells Of
‘Split With Governor

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, March 27
COLONEL A. A. DONALD, Grenada’s sacked
Police Chief has alleged in an interview with
the ‘Daily Express’’ stati writer, R. M. MacColl,
published here today, that there have been long
standing differences between himself and the
Colony’s Governor Sir Robert Arundell about the
Island’s troubles. Colonel Donald told MacColl: “I

.am convinced that the Communists

te ees

reported slain in the same general have a hand in all this. Bui the

area six miles south of the borde: 7 « T Governor weuid not hear of it. He

in one of the heaviest clashes Learie Urges called my view alarmist.”

for several days, MacColl’s reported interview
Officers of the powerful United 7 with Colonel Donald continues

Nations’ force which had linked W i. Labour “Some time before the strike

up 10 miles north of Uijongbu

started, I was visited late at night

. 2 by an agent. He menticned the
For Britain name of a man from Trinidad
whom I had expelled from Gren-

(From Our Own Correspondent) ada,
LONDON, March 27. “My agent told me that when
Learie Constantine, foremost; the Trinidad man was in Grenada,
West Indies Test cricketer ana] he persuaded a number of youths

one time official of the League of
Coloured Peoples would like to
see Britain

from the

| to join the Communist movement,
recruit more labou:
West Indies. He says s«
to-day in a letter to the Manches

my agent among them

‘At first my agent thought it
would be ‘a good rag’ to join, but
leter he grew alarmed as sugges
ter Guardian in which he

asks

panes x z J + Liens were made to beat up Gov

aie tools Miao pa gM pertinently why the position of} ernment servants and force land-

stand in northern ferries lisplaced persons and other Euro owners io give up property by
Further news was awaited of ides pecans has ee ons strikes and riots

: Pade x " . ‘ nacrec a nore ureen propiem . 5 =.

Tanned eke Sed ime ten than that of celonial workers. He Ha Strike Time-Tabic

Korea on the extreme east of the | POints out that this apparent lack “Then my agent went on to give

line to capture a hamlet f interest on the part of Britan)| me a time-table of what in fatt
Warplanes made the best of |/®’@uses cynicism in colonial peo Happened in the strike: ‘First,’ he

bad weather conditions every ples when they hear of suggestions | seid, ‘a strike will be called at La

where and mounted 499 daylight | for raising a Colonial Army-—o: | Sagesse because the owner Louis

sorties claiming 160 Communist | etter still, raising an “army of! | Strauss is a reeent arrival from

coloured
against

levies to fight the
Communism”

wat

England who has plenty of money

and he will not feel like throwing
Constantine





Says that because} good money after bad.’

of theie background colonial peo- Then there will be a strike at
ple are mainly practical people. the estate of Mr Nyack who is an
What they know is that they; Kast Indian and has no right to be
suffer economic and social dis here in Grenada lording it over us.
abilities all over the world and] Next a strike will come at Hope
the only field in whieh they are} Estate because Mr Henry is a
given equality is, the one in lawyer who talks far too much on
which human beings are subject} behalf of his fellow planters
to and susceptible of the “A few nights later my agent
or bullets of an opposing was wack. He said: ‘Sir, do you

During his recent visit kuow that Uncle Gairy (strike

country feader) has arranged for a mob of





; of Jamaica's Opposition Party 5,000 men to asse
_ »rican-he! ‘ cho 2 ¥7 5, > ssemble in the
le] Me, Aerinan ee eae told Constantine that Jamaica Market Square tomorrow? They
gouih of he paralle) just north could ane would be willing to] are to march to the Legislative
of Chunehon and thes . Puktion send 20,000 workers “to-morrow” | Gouneil and halt its proceedings, it

iver hia i Sry FY nash hinder if there were any indication that necessary, by force.’

tly rt Of ti ; "eg they were needed “The LT islative Coun il
vere ) » pare 35 “ . > seRisla e une
wDhinede * rome eludea 40th As so many of my colleagues} cue to meet at 10 am. Half an
and 82nd, 37th, 66th and 30th}4@ve passed on their fears and| hour beforehand, I had the place
army corps —Reuter: cynicism to me—I think it fair to] surrounded © with police carrying
Jlet the British public know about wicker shields and batons. Out of
ala it’, concludes Constantine sight were others carrying gun
Dist rbed and tear gas bombs which | hoped
l . * e * : is they would not have to use.’

Canada, U.S. W ill There followed the episode af

OTTAWA, March 27,

The Canadian press said to-day
that the Canadian Governmen
was disturbed at General Douglas
Mae Arthur’s unauthorised Baste:
peace offer to Chinese Commun
ist}. Government was particularls
disturbed at the General’s implies

threat to carry the war into
Chinese territory it reported
Canada's feelings on the issuc

apparently shared by the Unitec
States, Britain and France were
being conveyed to these and other
allies during the current discus-
sions in Washington it was stated

) No oflicial Canadian comment was

yet forthecoming.—Reuter.

.. » Reassured

WASHINGTON, Mar. 27,
The United States Secretary of
Netence General George Marshall
said to-day that any general ad-
vance of United "Nations forces
over the 38th parallel in the
Korean war was a “matter for

| political consideration,”

Slatement at a4
press conference. It was expected
to reassure those who had ex-
pressed fears that United Nation
Commander in Korea, General
Mae Arthur might order a general
advance over the parallel without
specific authorisation and political
discussion by the United Nation
involved Reuter.

He made this



9

“Meat Mission’
Had Busy Day

BUENOS AIRES, March 27
Britain’s special ‘meat mission’
to Argentina had its busiest day so





far to-day. Head of the missior
John Edwards, Economie Secre-
tary to the Treasury who last

night postponed his return flight

to Londen frem to-morrow until
the end of the week held a two-
hour meeiing at midday with Dr

Roberto Ares, Minister of Economy
and Alfredo Gomez Morales, Min-
ister of F'inance.—Reuter.



10 Back Monarchy ‘British

LISBON, March 27.





Net Revenue from Government on Ty a 4 se ait have
current year will be just over |!Commercial Undertakings is ex cane corunese iI the aie pecs
1 $200,000 more than was expected | pected to show a decrease ol natch dntitiary ‘eiaite Gave
| at the beginning of the year. This|nearly $130,000 compared with Saltioned the Mationsk Assemble
| is due to the fact that although the|the revised figure for the current to restore the monarchy in Portu
revised figures for both revenue] year, but this will be partly off gal. Portugal has been a Republic
and expenditure are in exces$|get by increases of over $30,000 since 1910, The Appeal was dis
of the original estimates, the re-|ynder Revenue from Government closed today by Dr. Alvaro Do
vised estimate for revenue, Which! Departments and Servic ind} Reis Torgal, one of its signatorie
1 is $438,000 more than the original, over $16,000 from Special Re-|It asked members of Parliament
|more than offsets the increase a ea }to bring about now by peaceful
| $236,000 in estimated expenditure It should be pointed owt, (how-.;means what monarehist ex—off
;The main cause of this improved| ever, that the revised figures for!cers had failed to bring about
EK. 8. BARROW, Combermere long distance Class I rw breacts the tape to win the 440 yards raee, | position is the welcome buoyancy] Post Office Revenue for the cur A Mn our BwaRd! and sacrifice
well ahead of J. Taylor who came second. Barrow also wort the 880 yards flat. of the Income Tax and Cust @ On Page & our blood ."+-Reuter





February 21 cutside the Legislative

Plan Civil Deferice





bomb:
army
to this
Norman Manley, Leader
|
'
}
!



Council which everyone agyé
hide — was brilliantly handled by Colonel
_W ASHINGTON, March 27. Donald. Gairy duly turned up
Canada ae we, vanes Bppies heading a dangerous mol). of 5,000
n an exchange of notes, agreed | Put by patient coaxing and well-
oday on joint planning for civil timed “tough talk” Donald vot the
“Canadian ‘Apaueangor sates, [Mob to disperse without shot

ang ass : » blow
Wrong, in a note to the United Pe Donald has written an
Acheson: ‘proposed that evil ie] Beknewledument. in "the ‘Press 'o
ence activities : should be pian ihe “RB peeer es bettas . TARSEV ES
; re from persons residihg in various
jinated by an exchange of infor- parts of the island expressing their
nation between civil defence deep concern and regret

uthorities He hegs to thank them all for
, Canada also proposed tO ©X-| their kind consideration and appre
nage personne at working! ojation of “what little I have been

level. : Acheson notified Unite | syie to do in the conscientious di
States’ acceptance in his reply. charge of my duty as a Police

—Reuter, | oficer.”
“T am fortified,” he writes, ‘|

the assurance that I retain the
goodwill and respect of every selt-
respectiigg member of this commu
nity in which I have laboured for
the nast ten month

FRIVOLOUS ACTIONS

PUSAN, March 27
Dr. John Chang, South Korean
Premier, said to-day that dining in





ce

public restaurants during the

present critical situation was 4
‘frivolous and irresponsible.” TELL THE ADVOCATE
Too many Government officials THE NEWS

vere dining out, he declared, ac- DIAL 3113
ording to Pusan radio. He hoped DAY OR NIGHT
eaders would see that the prac

topped Reuter





Martial Law Stops
Panic In Persia

TEHERAN, March 27,
General Hussein Hejazi Military Governor of Teheran
said to-day that martial law and “other immediate meas















ures” recently taken in Persia had stopped panic and were
helping to restore order and security.
In a communique broadcast by Radio Teheran, Genera!
| Hejazi warned: “gangsters, killers and other trouble makers’
not to repeat their attempts to disturb public security ai
order.
He announced that the strongest —T Te ee
| reprisal would be token against
| offender t ” 9°
| At the ame time the national] “Revolt Call
jtront Opposition BZroup issued a}
jecmmunique declaring that the! LONDON, March 27
Premiership of Hussein Ala and} Cominform propaganda orga
jrartial baw were “illegal” and} to-day issued a new call to th
rving only the interest cf} 15,000,000 people of Yugoslayi
pies” yto overthrow Marshal Tito’s gor-
Martial law was proclaimed in| ¢’oment, Reuter monitoring -st
Teheran on March 20 after the! tion reported
nara then Premier and was ex. | y%,fadio barrage beamed
1 ta aaa ws ; Yugoslavia from Sofia, the
ended night to seven locali-} ‘ ‘
of the southern oil fields; 27/@ capital from “free Gre
| : 4
ere strile were spreading | (C Ommunist) radio and other ¢
<= European source use as
eu Al - ucceeded occasion for the revolt” ¢ i, t -
> alleged last night day’s celebration Yugosiavin ¢
i me ot the tenth anniversary of. the risit
en i : against Nazi
rre campaign for
f the count: Sofia radic pr
3 ec oll had been gand: tra tt
€ rf ag the as ne ra low ity
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who attended the Rice Conference by OSBERT LANCASTER World 6.30 a.m.—12.15 pam. — 19 60 m a — x
recently held in Trinidad returned — LIGIBLE f mashed ; canes cn = — “iL )%
over the week-end by B.W.1.A. what can’ he ten - aeations 6.30 a.m. The Music Goes Round; $

Sir John also a Cte - e sneer: n. The News; 7 Lm, Neve CI MA lembe s
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R. ERNIE WAKELAM who son _is entitled to join so far and g40 ‘aim. ‘Light Orchestr: POs ea TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 8.30 x
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1950, to act as Winter Professional ere ae. leh ce oe The News: 2 0 8 m,_ Home News fron ‘ presemts . . « ‘ x
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assistant. It is understood that trip to the New Zealand Centen~ 415-6 00 pm — 10.36 m, + ‘ x
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C. and W. Officials a cee ene he pend of the world inscribed with the Analysis; 7.35 p m. The Artist and ; , -

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Sunday afternoon by B.W.LA AND Queen Victoria, AS Cursa”—a rough translation of + 45—11 00 p m= — 31.42, 48.43 m, . ; %
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‘ g. it’s goodbye to all World”.
sore Soper of Cable and Wire- hope of loyal co-operation Radio Newsreet; 8.15 p.m. Books 1 { x
ess Ltd’s., Hex ; ’ f n ~ a Read; 8.30 The Arts; 8.45 pan.
Mhey src sane ae Meats Rik eee eee Governor's Visit Composer of the Week: 9.00 pm. Stats. LAGOON ” Starring x

s u { : ment ot ccount, 9.15 p.m. Pat >

Managers’ Department. ‘ LANS ha Ww en com— Halling: 9.30 m. T 2 T ¥ x
Here on short official visit, they Same Plane ae ee os 10.00 pm. The News; 10.10 pm. FM with Jean SIMMONS, on a ee x

are staying Ocean View

Hotel

at the

Back To Trinidad

ISS AGGIE KONG who is

with B.W.1I.A.'s Reserva-
tion Department in Trinidad
returned to Trinidad over the
week-end by B.W.I.A._ aftei
a couple of days’ stay in Barba-
dos. She was a guest at Aquatic
Gardens.

Arrived By ‘‘Rodney”’
M* JOHN ADAMSON, Man-
ager of Booker, Drug Stores
arrived from B.G. yesterday
morning by the Lady Rodney, via

Trinidad,..Grenada and St. Vin-
cent, Here on a short visit, he
is staying with Mr. anti ‘Mrs,

Fred Olton of “Springfield”, Bar-
barces.

Back to Toronto

R, and Mrs. F. W. Morley

accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. W. F, Wilson of Toronto
who arrived here March 38rd to

spend a holiday here left over the
week-end by T.C.A.

Mr. Morley is Sales Manager of
Loblaw Co., and Mr. Wilson_ is
Vice President of the Anchor Cap
Co.

BY THE WAY

By BEACHCOMBER



Then, seizing his tomahawk, he
crept like a snake through the
undergrowth. “

Once he paused, as hig, progress
alarmed a bird of gorgeous plum—
age seated on a mottled egg. The
bird flew away, crying chee-chee-
The Chief imitated the cry,
cand sat for a moment on the
deserted egg. Then he crept for-
ward again, chin foremost, until
he came to a swamp where a
crocodile lay in the sun, lazuly
flicking flies off his body with a
long, scaly tail. The Chief had
one leg in the water when the
crocodile saw him, and began to
move purposefully towards him,
jaws open, At that moment a
rhinocergs came down to drink,
blocking the Chief's retreat. The
crocodile advanced slowly, with
murder in its eye...

chee.

TOMORROW: The in the

swamp,

fight

The Perils of Boasting

PICTURE of Hackenschmidt

and Madrili wrestling recall-
ed to me an adventure of mine in
a Cornish ifn many years ago.
I was boasting of my _ great
strength and endurance when a
fisherman said, “Can you wres-
tle?” I said) I had once been the
Leicestershire champion. ‘Well,
that big fellow over there is the
Cornish champion,” said the fish—
erman, and+led me over to an
enormous rman. The fisherman
explained who I was, and _ the
mountain said, “You don't look
like a wrestler to me.” “That's
what they all said—before meet-—
ing me in the ring,” I replied,
“Who have you beaten?” he asked,
“Brady the Butcher,” I said,
“Hakimoto”, the Japanese Thun-
derbolt, Fred Farmer, Tegewich,
Ali Muled Bey, and Sakyani.”
“Never heard of ‘em,” said he.
“What's more, I believe I could
bend you in two and break you
in half before you knew I'd start—





ed.” “I believe you could,” said
I. “I'm a_ bit rusty, Have a
drink?” When he suggested a

friendly bout, I said, “You proba-
bly don’t wrestle in the Leleés—
tershire way.” ‘Damned sure, J
don’t,” said he, howling with
laughter, and giving me a_ push
i nearly sent me through the
wall. '

A Courtly Gesture

GIRL. who received a love

letter written on cardboard
has broken off her engagement.
More humiliating was the experi-
ence of Cléo de Mérede, when an
unknown admirer sent her a bil-
let-doux on fiypaper. All it said
was: “Stick to me for ever.”



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1951



Legislative Council Pass 1951—52 Budget |

@ Frem Page 1

I : control); Head XXIII, Medical
rent year are artificially high due Services (ii) Other Services. Item
to increases in receipts for the 7, Antibiotics and Insulin for

sale of postage stamps comsequent treatment

of Indigent persons,

upon the new issue of Ist May, $4,000; Head XXVIII, Subsidies
1950, and unexpected sale in Lon- and Grants, Item 40 (Contribution
don during April of stamps of the to the newly formed B.W.I. Mete-

old issue.

Revenue has also beem abnor-

mally inereased by the

special stamps

College of the West Indies.

Amendments
Against

penditure of $10,409,184.
into account
draft estimates this now
$10,425,296, which is
more than the revised
for the current year,
$800,000 more than
estimate for the current year.

Estimates Committee was aware
that, due mainly to the Reorgani-—

sation of the Service which has
been effected during the course of
the year, Personal Emoluments
would show an increase of over
$250,000. In fact the total

Personal Emoluments in the
1951-52 Estimates is $3,828,973,

an increase of $263,899 over last

year’s original estimate.
In passing I

and wages is
$400,000 (i.e, Personal
ments and Other Charges.)

the Committee concluded that

could only achieve its

by refusing to allow
Annualiy Recurrent

satisfaction,
from

and by
Non-recurrent

classified in the
essential” category
Rigerous Measures
These
particularly distasteful

tee felt that the only

ever other criticisms may

made against this year’s Budget,
the charge of lack of thoroughness

should not be among them.

Estimates Committee scrutinised
Re-
current and Non-recurrent expen-
diture with great care and effected
economies,

amounted

every proposal for Annually

many savings and
which, added together,
to a not inconsiderable sum.

It will be seen that
af the majority of

than that entered last year.
Estimates Committee

to them,
creasing
recommended

in view of steadily
costs of materials,
that a
financial

year impressing

recommendation will
carried into effect.

Original Estimate

I do not think that Hwnourable
Members will wish me to dwell
at length on the individual items
of Annually Recurrent and Non-
may
suffice to say that Annually Re-
current ($4,658,097) shows an in-
crease $246,308 over the origin-
al estimate for last year, and Nogp-
Recurrent ($1,938,226) an increase
of $289,254 over the figure for

Recurrent expenditure. It

last year.

Among the more notable items
are Head XX, Education, Item 64
Elementary
Head XxXI,
Department of Science and Agri-
(purchase of
Spraying Apparatus and materi-
als, $1,450 for experiments in the
use of Aldrin in sugar cane pest

Books for
— $26,292);

(Text
Schools
75

culture, Item



_—_—_—_—_—-



an estimated revenue
of $10,575,612 is set estimated ex-
Taking
amendments to the
stands at
$563,000
estimates
and almost
the original

should mention
that the total increase im salaries
of the order of
Emolu-
With
this unavoidable increase in mind,

avowed
objects of balancing the budget and
providing a cushion which would
be set aside for use in bad years,
increases in
expenditure
unless the necessity for such in-
creases was plainly shown to its

excluding
expenditure
all items which, however desir.
able they might be, could not be
“immediately

rigorous measures were
im a year
of bounty, but Estimates Commit-
sensible
course was to adopt them. Whai-

im Yrespeci
iterms of An-
nually Reeurrent Expenditure, the
amount entered in the Estimates
for this year is the same, or less

realised
that many Heads of Departments
will not find it easy to manage on
the sums that have been allotted

but
circular.
should be issued early in the new
upon
them the need to practise string-
ent economy and to husband their
votes with the utmost care. This
shortly be

orclogical
quarters

Services with Head-
in Trinidad $3,600),

sale aS whi { ered
from 16th February, 1962, of two which has since been increased to

ps to commemorate
the inauguration of the University

$3.744 to provide for increased
services in accordance with re-
commendations made by the Con-
ference held recently in Trinidad,
Item 41 (Contribution to WI.
Regional Economic Committee
$2,400), Item 44 (Contribution to-
wards cost of establishment of an
International Student House and
Halls of Residence at London
University, $5,000); Head XXIX,
Item 50 (Production costs of 2,200
feet of films which it is proposed
to produce locally, a producer
having been trained in Jamaica
during the past year with funds
provided by C.D. & W. $562);
Head XXXII, Item 16, Emigration.
(The amount has been increased
from $40,000 to $100,000).

Of this amount it is expected
that $30,000 will be recoverable
(Revenue Head VIII, Item 20).
This provision will cover recruit-
ing costs and transport costs to
and from Jamaica for about 750
persons). Head XXXIII, Airport.

The expenditure in the Estim-
ates under Other Charges and
Non-Recurrent amounts to $53,330,
which is nearly double the amount
in the 1950-51 Estimates ($32,336.)
This reflects the recent develop-
ments at the Airport, and perhaps
it is pertinent to mention in pass-
ing that consideration is being
given to raising the fees charged
at the Airport to bring them into
line with those charged at com-

parable airports in the West
Indies.
It is of interest to note that

the Airport was used in 1949 by
22,521 passengers, and in 1950 by
28,699. The corresponding figures
for passengers by sea are 10,196
and 9,634 im 1949 and 1950, re-
spectively. Head XXXIV, Gov-
ernment Electrical Inspector, Item
11, Technical Equipment, $10,000.
The largest departmental in-
creases are in respect of Head
XX, Education, which shows an
imcrease of $167,536 over last
year’s estimate, and Head XXIII
(2), General Hospital, which
shows an increase of $121,203 due
to increases in staff and improved
conditions, which will be re-
flected in better services to the
public and an increase in the
number of patients treated.

Social Welfare

Social Welfare appears for the
first time as a fully fledged de-
partment, the salary of the Social
Welfare Officer having previously
been paid from C.D. & W. funds.
In view of the criticisms which
have been lodged against this
Department in recent months I
should like to take this opportun-
ity of stating that, after looking
into the matter as thoroughly as
is possible for a newcomer, I am
satisfied that the conditions under
which the Department has worked
since its inception have been far
from easy, and that a main
stumbling block has been an
unfortunate lack of definition of
the status of the Social Welfare
Officer and the functions of the
office,

In spite of these difficulties the
Department has been carrying
out very good work for which in
myy view, it has received insuffi-
cient credit. Ways and means of
eliminating overlapping and of
defining the duties and functions
of the Social Welfare Officer more
precisely are at present being

considered as actively as the
pressure of other business will
permit.

Additions

Last minute additions to the
draft Estimates include, “inter
alia”, an increase of $500 under
Head XXIX, Item 52, to provide

furniture and stationery for the
newly arrived Director of Petro-
leum and Natural Gas, and a new
item 57 to provide $16,000 for the

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Registration of Voters for the
forthcoming election. Of this
sum about $13,250 represents a
revote of money not spent in the
current financial year.

Honourable members will see
that an amount of $1,076,780 is
retained in Head XLII, Controls,
Subsidies, etc., for the subsidisa-
tion of Foodstuffs. This is less
than last year’s figure by $37,220.

If, after the convulsion of war,
there had been a steady return
to pre-war normality, it had been
hoped, and rightly so, that it
would be possible to reduce the
subsidisation of foodstuffs grad-
ually year by year until eventual-
ly it disappeared altogether, and
the money thereby released could
be used for other compensating
purposes.

Subsidisation

As His Excellency the Governor
pointed out in his Address to the
Legislature at the opening of the
Legislative Session 1950—51, if the
present cost of subsidisation,
which, at a figure of over $1,000,-
000 is the third largest head in
the Estimates, and represents over
10 of the nett total expenditure,
could be capitalised, there would
be available a sum exceeding $20
million for a bold plan of long
term development directed to-
wards a major and genera} ad-
vance in the general economy of
the Island.

But further consideration of
such policy must be deferred for

the present. Expenditure on
subsidisation of foodstuffs has
been maintained as far ag is

practicable at the current yerr’'s
level. The ré@vised figure for
subsidisation for the current year
is $1,097,000, as against anticipat-
ed expenditure of $1,076,780 dur-
ing the coming year,

In order to maintain the previ-
ous level of expenditure it has
been necessary to pass on to the
consumer an increase in the cost |
price of certain commodities. The
effect will be an increase in the |
price of Grade “E” flour by 3
cent a lb. and all grades of salted
pork by 1 cent per lb. The price
of salted fish will, however,
remain at its present level and so
too will the price of all other
subsidised foodstuffs.

Local Work

It is expected that the supply of
locally produced pork will show a
marked increase as a result of the
Government Livestock Stations.
Careful consideration was given
to the question of controls, and
provision has been made for the
continuation of controls on the
existing basis in view of the sharp
deterioration in the world situa-
tion during the current year, and
the growing tendency for goods to
be in short supply.

To revért to the overall picture
of Revenue and Expenditure for
the coming year. I have already
referred to the fact that the esti-
mated figure for expenditure is
almost $563,000 over the revised
estimate of expenditure for the
current year.

Of this increase, however, $150,-
000 represents an initial contribu.
tion towards the establishment ot
a Revenue Equalisation Fund and
another $150,000 represents an in-
crease in the annual contribution
to Capital Expenditure from Rev-
enue from $100,000 to $250,000.
With these two measures there
will, I think, be no quarrel.

Reserve Fund

The Special Reserve Fund, which
was created under the Reserve
Fund Loan Act of 1940 is only
intended for use in the event of a
catastrophe such as a hurricane,
There is: patently an urgent need
to create a Revenue Equalisation
Fund, to which contributions can
be made in good years, and which
can be drawn on to meet a tem-
ptrery recession in revenue and
prevent a retrenchment of the
public services in bad years.

It is not unfitting that the initial
contribution should be made in a
year of bumper crop. It is appro-
priate, too, that advantage should
be taken of the increased reyenue
in the coming year to restore the

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contribution from Revenue to Cay
ital Expenditure to its former fig
ure of $250,000.

These items, together with the
estimated surplus, stated in the
tabled Estimates to be $166,420,
which, as a result of amendments
to the draft estimates has now
been reduced to a figure of $150,-
316, may, as the Memorandum to
the Estimates puts it, be fairly
presented as a budget cushion of
approximately $550,000 which

Should assist budget stability in
bad years.
Capital Estimates
The Capital Estimates make

provision for the continuation of
the programme of previously au-
thorised works together with those
works which are sufficiently urgent
to warrant their being undertaken
before a new development pro-
gramme, based on the fiscal sur-
vey, can be drawn up. A summary
of the proposals is set out in par-
agraph 13 of the Memorandum and
I will not recapitulate it here.

I would, however, draw atten-
tion to the proposal to raise a local
loan in the coming year in relation
to the total expenditure against
“Advances pending the raising of
Loans” which, with the sum of
$491,384 in the year 1951—52 duly
added, will bring the total expen-
aiture against Advances to
$1,783,390.

It will be seen in paragraph 14
of the Memorandum that it is
proposed, subject to the enact-
ment of the necessary amending
legislation, to use the unexpended
balances of 4 loans on Capital
works. The amount of $11,9%1

remaining
Loan Act,

under the Education
1935, is to be expended
on additional accommodation at
St. Leor'ard’s Boys’ School, for
which a total expenditure of

$88,198 has been included under

Head I, Item 4
Unexpected Balance

The unexpected balance a
1935
and 1941 will be utilised in con-
nection with additional Mains and

the Waterworks Loan Acts

Standpipes for which an amount
of $120,000 has been included un-
der Head IV, Item 3

It is proposed to use the unex-
pended balances under the Pub-
lic Loan Act, 1928, and the Local
Loan Act, 1941, to meet a portion
of the anticipated expenditure on
new houses for which an amount
of $116,000 has been voted under
Head II, Item 5.

New works for which provision
is included in the Estimates in-
clude the building of a Combined
Post Office and Library at Christ
Church, and a Sub-—Post Office at
Welches, additional pay ward ac
commodation and quarters for
staff at the Mental Hospital

Land is to be purehased at
Clincketts for rural housing. A
portion of the land will be used ar
1 site for a new Half Moon Fort
School, and 4 acres is to be set
‘side as 4 playing field. An ad-
ditional 80 three-roomed houses
are to bé built on Government
Housing Estates, The same amount
($124,000) as was voted for the
current year is to be spent on
tenantry roads and $100,000 is

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Wednesday, March 28, 1951

CHEESE PARING

THE undated report of the Seawell Air-
port Committee was published last week.
The Committee after tentatively suggest-
ing that $250,000 would be required for a
new terminal building, drops this proposal

as being “too high to be considered at pre-
sent.” It recommends that the present
terminal building be enlarged to provide
additional accommodation for immigra-
tion, health, customs, airline officers, in-
formation bureau, and waiting rooms; and
suggests that when a complete new build-
ing is constructed in say, the next five
years, the present terminal building with
its proposed extensions would replace
some of the existing wooden buildings. A
plan for extensions and alterations of the
new terminal buildings has been prepared
by the Colonial Engineer, but has not been
made public.

It is welcome news that something is
being done to improve the condition of the
buildings at Seawell Airport, but the Com-
mittee cannot be congratulated for shying
away from a new terminal building on the
plea that the Airport has many more
urgent requirements.

For these urgent requirements the Com-
mittee has detailed an expenditure of
$146,900. The only question to be faced, is,
not whether an additional quarter of a mil-
lion dollars is too high, but whether the
island can afford to delay the construction
of a new terminal building until its cost
will be half a million dollars.

Barbados has suffered in the past and is
suffering to-day from a cheese-paring men-
tality which is afraid of spending money to
earn money. There is no indication in the
report that the committee appreciates the
popularity of Seawell as a runway, nor is
there any understanding of the principle
that the International Civil Air Organisa-
tion endorsed in its basic memorandum on
November 1, 1949.

“The heavy cost of Airports and air
navigation facilities to municipal and
national governments has resulted in a
number of Assembly directives that the
Organisation should study. the possibil-
ity of states increasing their airport
charges and imposing charges for the use
of air navigation facilities generally.
Secretariat studies in this field include
Circular No, 9 on the economics of air-
ports and a preliminary study of pay-
ment for the use of airway facilities.”
It is of course possible that the commit-

tee was aware of the existence of Circular
No. 9, but the reference made to landing
charges in Paragraph 7 of their report does
not suggest a knowledge of its existence.

Quite apart from an ignorance as to
additional revenues which may accrue
from increased airport charges, the Com-
mittee has given no consideration at all to
the fact that other airlines are anxious to
use the facilities of the runway at Seawell
and that to-day the name of Barbados is
becoming a household word among thou-
sands of North Americans who want to
escape for a short time from ice and snow
and a thermometer below freezing point.

It is hardly fair to blame the Committee
for shying away at the question of costs
when the Government of Barbados has

given s0 small-minded and so short-sighted
a lead to the encouragement of tourism as
an industry.

Yet those who have studied Barbados’
potentialities and assets as a tourist resort
know full well that not only.a new termin-
al building with modern facilities can be
built out of the revenue to be made from
tourism, but that tourism will also help to
give us that long standing need, a deep
water harbour. Seawell can and must
have a new terminal building now.

O Unhappy Day!
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—You might like to publish this clip-
ping from the Wall Street Journal :

Britain’s Labour Government, you doubt-
less recall, is a strong believer in national-
izing basic industries. It particularly be-
lieves that natural resources “belong to the
people” and so should be taken over by the
people’s government,

In this philosophy it is a very bad thing to
have “profits” from such operations going
to anybody but the nation’s government.
And the worst horror of all is to have these
profits accrue to foreigners, even when the
foreigners have put up the original capital.

Thus the British Government has nation-
alized Britain’s fuel resources, the coal
mines, as well as steel, transport and other
industries. ap

But O unhappy day, the Iranian Govern-
ment has now seized upon the happy ex-
ample and decided to nationalize Iran’s own
fuel resources, the oil fields.

The British Government has sent a chol-
erie note of protest. You see, Britain’s gov-
ernment is in the position of owning more
than 50 per cent. of the stock of the Anglo-
Iranian Oi] Company, whose property is to
be expropriated,

That puts the shoe on the other foot. This
time the Labour Government itself was
among the foreigners who got expropriated;
this time it was the Labour Government that
was the owner and the garner of the wicked
profits from the natural resources,

We should have liked to be present at the
Whitehall Cabinet meeting to listen to the
philosophers of the Labour Party protest
their own philosophy. As ever, we suggest,
when shoes begin to pinch the feet even
philosophers begin to weep.

BARBADIAN.
27.3.'51.





BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Airport Committee

THE Committee appointed by

; Item (1) The
His Excellency the Governor, con—

Committee re- as is customary at other airports.
commend that adequate provision 5. Grounds

sisting of: — be made for stretchers and first- i reco e
wane: F. C. Hutson, Chairman; gid equipment at the Airport and une roe
Seer Ps 5 A, _Egglesficld, that departmental arrangements Lay—out of grounds and pur-
.G.C.A., Mr. T, E. Went, Colo- pe imade for Seawell Airport to chase of lawn mower, tools, etc.,
= Engineer, Mr. J. Wilson, pave priority use of existing $2,400

upervisor Construction (Sea~ Th

ambulances in cases of emergen- The Corpraittee have accepted
cy, The Director of Medical Ser- the recommendations of the Civic
vices who was consulted, is im Circle for the laying out of verges

well), S/L. D. E. Henderson, Air-
port Manager.

“to prepare a comprehensive plan

of essential developments at Sea agreement with these recommen- and the planting of hedges and
well Airport” have presented their dations. ditions oer er hy 7 ring ge Satraes
report. Item (2) An additional water tive grounds at Seawell will play

main is being installed to ensure an important part in giving a
a-‘constant supply and it is recom- good first impression to visitors to
mended that Fire Hydrants, Stand the Island and is therefore very
Posts, Fire hose and the necessary esirable.
garden taps should be supplied. 6. Plans

One copy only of each of the

Dr, J. P. O'Mahony Director of Item (3) The Tractor will be }) : ; - is
Medical Services, Col. R. TT. used to pull the Wobblewheel Seat ae terres Under cape
Michelin, Commissioner of Police, roller and. grass cutter and will be arate cover
bye J. — A. Johnson, B,W.1.A. available to manoeuvre rage = PART Ill

irport epresentative, Mr. P. the parking apron and to clear the ‘ y :
Taylor, Branch Manager B.W.LA., runway in case of difficulty or The Committee further consid-

R. M.

In the course of their delibera-
tions the following were co-opted
in an advisory capacity. Mr. N.
Wood appointed Secretary to the
Committee,

; 1 a number of factors which
Mr, Mc Gregor T.C.A. emergency. oo j tance. in’ f j
Operations Manager N, Atlantic, Item (4) ‘The question of {hc Peer eee jor lobraamen
Mr. W. A. C. Stuart, 2 ‘

Station transport was discussed and the ‘ Seat reap i ¢
W. Gir- Director of Highways and Trans- ata ae nat . Se eared
ling, A/D. G.A.T., Mr. D. Chase, port agreed that his department ¢xpenditure ae
Government Electric Inspector, would handle the transportation 1 Air ort Restaurant
Mr. Cooper, Assistant to Electrical of diesel oil and other heavy ri Pp
Inspector, Mr. A. B. Skinner, Di- stores to the Airport. The Committee recommend that
rector Highways and Transport, The Committee consider that a ® contract be drawn up and en-
Miss B, Young, President Civic pick-up waggon is essential at the ‘ered into with an approved Con-
Circle. Airport for light transport ‘and cessionaire. The contract to
PART IL recommend that one be provided. pande ween Seen “ye
The Committee interpreted the The Director of Highways and Giblely displayed) vasidasd @

Manager T.C.A., Mr. K

es,

terms of reference to mean that Transport can make one available : ; . : he
Government desires to bring Sea- if his recommendation is approved ae oe ie
well up to the standards recom- that an officer of his Department gnq penalties for breach of con-
meuded by the International be included under the Travelling tract, ete. The Airport Manager
|Civil Aviation Organisation for Allowances Act; a saving of should be given the necessary
jan International Airport, to pro— $2,700.00 would thereby be effect- authority and assistance to ensure
vide adequate accommodation and ed, that the Concessionaire observe
facilities for efficient operation. Item (5) The Grass cutter is the terms of the contract.
Consideration has therefore required to keep the flight'ways The Concessionaire should pay

been given to every aspect, as far bordering the runway clear of a minimum of $40 per month for
as can be foreseen for the next, long grass. The area is approxi- this concession; this charge to be
say three to five years, While it is mately 60 acres. subject to revision from time to
realised that a considerable sum tem (6) This is necessary for time.

of money is involved, the Com- jocal errands, It is further recommended that
mittee wish to stress the fact rm a canteen be provided for Airport
that in 1949 the Airport was 4, Buildings And Roads, Ete. workers and staff and that o
used by 22,521 passengers and in ‘phe Committee recommend the contract similar to the above be
1950 by 28,699. The corresponding following :— entered into with an approved

for the $ 4,500 00 concessionaire to enable the Air-

figures passengers @aYr- (}) Drainage

riving by sea are 10,196 and (2) Terminal Building ex- .
; _ t : : 40,000 09 POTt workers to obtain meals at
9,634 in 1949 and 1950 respec- (,, Aiterations ‘io existing the lowest possible cost. The

tively; The Committee are of the
opinion that the number of pas-
sengers using the Airpert will
continue to increase, and that
adequate provision must be made
for their safety and comfort.

The Committee are aware that
funds are being provided for the
following services: —

buildings to meet quaran-
tine and other require-
ments of D.M.S. ‘ A
(4) Fire Engine House
(5) Alterations to existing
buildings to provide ac-
commodation for staff and

prices at the Canteen should be
3,500 00 the minimum necessary to pay its
6,000 00 way and accordingly the Commit-

tee recommend that no charge be

made for the. concession. A por-
5,000.00 tion of an existing wooden build-

ing may be allocated for this pur-
3,500 00 pose.

restaurant ** .

(6) Removal and re-erection
of existing car shelters
and storeroom

Visual Beacon (7) Rehabilitation of Seawell
sua é

Estate house : 4,000 00 -2. Other Concessions
Lighting of Runway (8) Furniture for waiting ‘ p
Fire Tender ta a eran : 2,000 00 The Committee recommend that
Wobblewheel Roller (10K Watkins eres i eae 2 in addition to the restaurant, the
Wind Dial, (11) Visitors Gallery on Ter- “2 ; following concessions, among
and are Satisfied that these items Cuttin - 8.000 00, others, be encouraged, both tc

are necessary, ~ improve the amenities and increase

vs an rg ee Total $93,000 00, the revenue of the Airport.
from the committee ted the ae .\ 1. Bookstall and newsagent,
3rd January- 1951, funds have ,.ttem (1) Draimage in the! 5° Tocal Handicrafts,

vicinity of the Terminal building
is most unsatisfactory and it is
imperative that it be put in order
Conclusions before the next rainy-season. A
The committee found that the Plan has been prepsred by the
principal matters requiring ur- Director of Highways and Trans-
gent attention are the electricity Port. .
supply, provision of essential , Item (2) Particular considera-
operational equipment and aero- tion was given by the Committee
drome control personnel, expan- to the question of buildings.
sion of the Terminal Building Jt will be appreciated that the
and drainage of the area in its efficiency of an Airport is based
vicinity, improvement of ae a nh on its tocealiil building
i assengers, adequate it is clear a e present ~. ¢ . ss
ae usiea and cherie building leaves much to be de- With this practice. Should this sys-
of new fire engine, etc, These Sired. While a complete new tem prove unworkable in the
matters and a number of others building is desirable and will future it is recommended that the
are discussed, and the recom- ultimately have to be erected, the manning of fire equipment he
mendations of the Committee Committee are of the opinion that-anded over to the Fire Brigade
given in detail in Parts II and III, its cost of say $250,000. is too high ‘IM any case, the views of the new
while a summary of those which to be considered at. present; in fite-officer should be obtained,
involve capital expenditure is view of the many and more ur- 4, Police Regulations
given below under five main gent requirments of the Airport. The recently published police

heads in order of priority: — It is recommende lati .
I Supply of electricity .. > 29,200.00 ed that the regulations should go far to remove

also been provided for immediate

; 7 . Novelty counter,
repairs to electrical installations,

. Drug Store.
. Display cabinets, ete.

3. Fire Brigade
The present fire fighting crew
has been recruited mainly from
the late R.A.F. personnel who

urwoe

were engaged on the clear under-
standing that they would be re
auired to perform other duties, and
the Committee are in agreement

Dama Onaentat 1120000 Present terminal building be en- the difficulties experienced by
3. Airfield Equipment 11,100.00 Jarged to provide additional successive Airport Managers. The
4, Buildings and Roads ., 93,000.00 ~accCmmodation for immigration; Committee “recommended _ that
5. Grounds .-...s.......4 2,400.00 health, customs, airline offices, in- these: regulations be rigorously
Total ... $145,900.00 formation bureau, waiting rooms, enforced, and point out that addi-

etc. If a complete new building tional assistance would be avail-

PART IL is constructed, in say, the next able if some members of the

1. Supply of Electricity five years, the present terminal ground staff were made Island

building with its proposed ex- Constables.
tensions, would ace’ some of
the existing: wabdbe: tation oc 5.
which will, by that time;-have
ae to the state where
maintenance will be uneconomfé.
A plan of the proposed cateanes panies for ‘Transport fo and trom
aud. alterations has been pre. Sewell, and futhermore receive
pared by the Colonial Engineer,:"° , allowance for meals . which
Item (3) The Director of their hours of duty compel them
edical Services has stated that t0,take at the Airport.
the present quarantine facilities he Committee are of the opin-
are inadequate and has asked for 10” that this procedure is undesir-
1,800 sq. ft. of floor space in a able, and recommend that depart-
separate buildisg if possible, He Mental arrangements be made tc
uso required facilities for clear- ©nd it.

This was the subject of an in-
terim report dated the 3rd Janu-
ary 1951 and now forms Appen-
dix A. of this report, The esti-
mated cost is reduced to $29,200.
as expenditure of $2,500, under
Item 9, for immediate repairs has
already been sanctioned,

The Committee again wish to
stress the urgency of providing M
this service,

Customs Staff

The Customs Officer of officers
are dependent on the Airline Com-

2. Airfield Control
The Committee recommend the
following:—

1) Raising Tower .. $ 800.00

1s} cadin MEI Cnent woke ing and cleaning aircraft sanitary 6. Sale of Petrol at Seawell

_ Way VILF. Set... 6,000 00, equipment. The committee recom. The Committee recommended

pi AS Ey en mend the alteration of am, exist- that applications be invited for the

(8) Phermomatesmbatenter 140.00 ‘N& building close to the parking erection of a petrol and oil serv'ce

(6) Visual Signal Equip- aprory to meet these, require- station fop motor vehicles to be
ment .« 960.00 ments. 7 1

Ground Signal Panels
Airfield Markings
Obstructions flags

G

: ; operated in the vicinity 6t Seawell
It,,is recommended Airport. '

the fire ‘engine house be i ges

situated close to T the aircraft % Canding Char ;

go 8 parking apron and. with direct A comy ve table of charges
access to it. at variou ’

Item (4)
(8) Illuminated Landing
€ os
(9) Emergency Flares "
(18) Inter Communieation va :
Set and — extending me y roel (5) Altera ions, to exist- available
Public address system \ L Y 2 iti 2 reve +
Contingencies es 1,050.00 ie Cullens sn le additional vealed t

1,000.00 that




G2

i Te t\wide variations ex-
1,080 Mmodation for the ist at ifferent Airports, and that

eat’? $11,200.00 restaurant; resi rooms and sani- the charges at Seawell are. far

Item (1) It is necessary to in. ary accommodation for aircrews

} elow any it-
and: the groundstaft ‘em below any of them. The Commit

ployed by tee recommend that, with the ad-

the Airport , i
: f vent of the new landing str
Item (6) It is recommended improved : ai Br ices

that the two existing car shelters sho
be removed to suitable sites, and Gaal aias the scale should bear
et. in addition a block of six some relation to the weight of jn-
ock-up garages be constructed to. '
house Government ‘vehicles, éfc,
A storeroom 24 x 24 ft. is re-
quired
stores,
Item (7) It
that Seawell Estate! House. be >
made ‘available for the Airport "e#4ding the actual~ scale: of
Manager, and that the existing charges at a later date,
Airport Manager’s house should
be oceupied-
Manager,
reside at

crease the height of the tower by
8 ft. so that the Control Officer
inmay command a view of the entire +
runway.
Item (2)
Very High

amenities, these charges

The Four-channel e considerably increased

Frequency transmit-
ter/receiver set. provides for
emergency “as well as normal
cperations. These freqtencies have
been standardised’ by Interna-
tional agreement and it has been
requested that all Governments
make these facilities available by
Ist July, 1951. The
are satisfied that
essential requirement,
Ttems
mittee

dividual gircraft and the length
of flight: The required information.
is not_yet available in detail and
to avoid delay in presenting this
is .recomamended TePgrt the Committee propose to
make ~specifie recommendations

to house Government

Committee

this is an
8. Night Operations

An application has been made
as by British West Indian Airways

will

(3) to (9)
are Satisfied
items are essential for efficient
airport control and recommends
that they should be provided as
early as possible.

Item (10) Instantaneous com-
munication between the Control
Tower, Radio room, Fire Station
and Airline offices is essential ,1t
is also necessary to make pultiic
announcements from time to time
and an extension to public address
system is required. :

3. Airfield Equipment

The Committee

the following:—

D.M.S, First Aid Require-
ments $
(2), Fire Hydrants
Stand posts, etc
‘Tractor

The, Com-
that these

by the Assistant
as this officer
Seawell,.. It be for Seawell Airport to be,kept open
necessary to rehabilitate the at night principally gs‘a diversion-
Seawell Estate House, thereby ary airfield. In view of the -un-
Saving the cost of constructing i
entirely new house.

_ Item (8) Additional
is required’ for the’ waiti

an reliability of the existing lighting
E plant the Committee do not recom-
furniture mend ‘that the Airport be kept
a 8 ng rooms, open for regular night operations
. _ at present, but, when the contrac-
Items (9) and (10) It is tors have finished their work and
recommended that the car park— the runway and flightway's are
pe ae Sate ates ae, the clear, they consider that it might
facilitate parking and traffic. A be kept open if: Xeaulred until
plan has been prepared by the 8 P-M. -On, say, two nights a week
Director of Highways and Trans- for Specific flights, When the elec-
tric power supply has been imple-

port.
not Mented.and the establishment of

recommended

i) Item (11) This- item is

essential to the operation of the airport personnel increased to the
Airport, but is recommended for number negessary for extended
consideration as it would provide Operations thé Committee. recom
much needed space for spectators mend that the airport should be
and is when
source of revenue, as a_ small required Should this recommend-
charge would be made for-its- use @ on. page 5

500 00

and hose
00

00

3,000
3,000
2,700
750
100
1,050

(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Pick-up Waggon
Grass Cutter
Bicycle
Contingencies

00
00
00
00

an important potential open from 6 a-m. to 10 p.m

Total $11,100 00

Report Of The Seawell | TRADE WITH CAND

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WEDNESDAY,

ENC

By GEORGE HUNTE

CANADIAN trade with the West Indies
has a long history and early commercia
records in Barbados exist to show that the
connection had been made as far back as 1771.

In 1845 the records of this island show that
36 sailing vessels left Bridgetown for Cana-
jian Maritime ports.that year. But trade with
Canada is a live thing and more recent re-)|/a=s= mn -
cords have something exciting to report.

Also PENCILS FOR

FLOWER

Statistics made available by Trans-Canada
Airlines prove that in 1948 when the first
jirect service to the Caribbean was inaugur-
ated between Canada and the Caribbean,
T.C.A., carried about 300 passengers to and
from Canada. In 1949 the traffic volume had
increased to 11,600; and in 1950 following the
linking of Barbados to its Bermuda-Trinidad
run and the subsequent stop over at Tampa
and St. Petersburg, Trans-Canada reports
that 15,200 passengers used their services. A
new record is expected this year. Trans-
Canada Airlines is financed entirely by Can-
ada. It’s appearance in the West Indies is yet
another debt that the area owes to the great
Dominion. Its value in terms of tourist dol-
lars particularly to the island of Barbados has
aot yet been fully appreciated. But its poten-
tial is great.

5”; 6"; 1; 8";

Canada has not given up the West Indies
and the West Indies benefit directly and in-
directly from Canada’s interest in promoting
trade and good relations. Kenneth R. Wilson,
one of Canada’s most brilliant journalists,
who writes regularly for the Financial Post,
tells a story in a broadcast over CBC beamed
to the West Indies, that illustrates one of
these benefits. As most Barbadians know, the
Canadian Department of Transport loaned
Barbados one of its best engineers to con-
struct the newly finished runway at Seawell.
As a result of this contract Canada decided
to use Asphalt from Trinidad in building the
new Canadian Airport at Seven Islands on

(the mouth of the St. Lawrence.

But all is not right with Canadian West
Indian trade, in spite of Canada’s wish to
carry out a policy outlined as far back as 1920
by the Canadian Minister for Trade and Com-
merce, Sir George Frazer, when he said:

PHONES :

“Tt is the wish and desire of Canada, as I
may say, it is the wish and desire of the
West Indies, that whatever we can do to-
ward inculeating good relations—commer-
cial relations being not at all among the
least — and thereby more interchanges
largely between ourselves, the result of |

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GOWNS IN POLKA DOTS

which, of course, is the strengthening and
development of the Empire as a whole, it is
our wish and it is our will to do,”

SPORT COATS
IN HARRIS TWEEDS

Those words still represént Canada’s views
about the West Indies in 1951. But_all is not
as the Canadians would like it te. be, and
West Indians are themselves critieal of the
controls which have almost jeopardised their
traditional trade with the British Dominion
in North America.

JANTZEN BATH TRUNKS

IN BOXER, LASTEX
AND WOOL

The Rt. Hon, Clarence D, Howe, Canada’s
present Minister for Trade and Commerce
and founder of T.C.A., commenting on the
new Trade Liberalisation plan with the West
Indies, earlier this month, analysed Canadian
feeling- when he.said:-“Here in Canada we
look on this plan as merely the first step in a’)
return “to” more normal trading relations
with the British West Indies, We seek at the
earliest possible moment complete freedom of
trade and a removal of the many restrictions

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GENTS’ FANCY
BOXER TRUNKS

; MOYGASHEL
which have blocked the traditional trade. chan. SPRINGBAK . __.
nels bétween Canadu and yourselves, (BW.I.)” ANTI-CRUSHABLE .

, LINENS

This is plain speaking and West Indian|!
Governments would be well advised to note
that the speaker isthe Minister who is at this :
moment Minister of T: and Commercé in ' ENGLISH GABERDINES
the Canadjan Cabiiet!Mr. Howe has a repu- Crp
tation for plain speaking. He never speaks for fet ae ee
effect. Canadians are already talking about|f/ VARIETY OF COLOURS
their determination to press for more ¢on-
.cessions when the Trade Liberalization plan
is reviewed in Ottawa in the middle of this
year. Their reasoning and justification is sup-
as by the trend of trade figures during

LAMBSMERE 100%

of Scotland

I am again indebted to Kenneth Wilson for
permission to use statistics quoted in his BBC
broadcast. New 12 month figures of Canadian
irade with the British West Indies show that
Canada purchased $67,500,000 from the Brit-
ish West Indies in 1950. But
the same trade statistics for 1950 show
Canadian exports to the British West Indies
to have been $30,600,000: This was: & drop of
no less than 30/¢. in the dollar yalue of
Canadian sales in the British West Indies, and
compares With $43,000,000 in 1949. The total
for 1950 is the smallest volume of export
trade which Canada has enjoyed ‘with the
colonies since 1940. But when alloavances are
made for changes in prices, the figures are
even more revealing. The actual volume of
Canadian exports to the British West Indies
in 1950 was 5% less than in 1938. It was Tess
than one quarter of the volume of. Canada-
B.W.I. tradesin the peak yearséafter the war.

a one third below the export -volume of i}

e ;: i pos 12?

What about West Indian exports entering
Canada? _Even after allowance “for price
changes, in 1950 there was an actual increase

of 8 per cent in Canadian purchases from the

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B.W.E, as compared with 1949. Also the Puffs Wheat '
present real level-of these purchases is still Bauer
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7 per cent higher than in 1936. + 4 GUavas

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Condensed Milk
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a)

VEGETABLES in Tins

Enough surely has been said ta: show; the
West Indies and the United Kingdom that
Canada is making very substantial and in-
creasing purchase of goods from the British
West indies. at-a time wher Canada i§ being

forted to curtail’sales to tis. That is why the *Cueiimbers 1%

is need today for a new policy. “Atid that | ed

policy as the Canadian exporter “sees it ig Butch Peas

simply this, to have the whole question of latch String Beans
Canada-B.W.L trade revi wedip 195k:on the Pposeherriss

basis of “mercharits and customers’?:rather auenee iz
than through the’strait jacket, of the ‘dollar- "REMEMBER IT’S
gap crisis which has quite recently upset free | ' FOR VALUE

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Cooking Butter
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Legislati C oP 195 eet ioe 2 |
S tve Council ass I—52 Budget |: Seawell Airport |] BRC FABRIC |
‘iia teeta . : es Bay Street “Windows” _{ tions mains in ~ interim re and extensions at the Airport. the Capital Estimates. Committce | EXPANDED METAL
n inuation 0 n item of $5,200 has been in-) e Committee appoint The recommendations of the Since the draft Estimates were | ' | :
So ceae iaptovement programme. cluded, I am glad to say, to open by His Extellency to report on Airport Committee have ny bean circulated to? members twa im> | oe ee ae TEMPERED HARD BOARD |
$10,000 will be spent on the con- up “windows” in Bay Street over- essential requirements at the Air- received” and are under actiye portant amendments have been|}ation be accepteu .. 1s considerca| fl! OIL STOVES & OVENS
struction of suck wells designed looking the sea. $29.000 has been. Port, which. has been laig on the consideration. The amount in- made. | First, in consequence of a mit ,

a ool . : : - i that Landing Charges gfter 6 p.m. |
to reduce the risk of the Constitu- included for electrical installa~ Table of the Honourable Council. volved is about $117,000, apart strong recommendation by the 0 oerets ere esr

, ; . - : ht be increase 50%
iion River Aooding during periods tions at Seawell Airport. to give: Token . provision. is.also entered from the $29,000 entered’ in the Fishery Adyisory Committee that|8nt De ibcreased by 90







i
Se eee Oe reaey ; , : 3 Consideratio: ‘ also x
of abnormally heavy rainfall. effect to the urgent recommenda-- for $1 in respect of new buildings Item 9 in VI, Miscellaneous, of @ On Page 8 Whoa aoe ws "at \daahoe a | "i306" T. Wa RBERT Ltd. —_ f
i airport open solely as an alternace
GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS. : TABLE “III” Tie oe —+ }to Piarco. The cost of operation |) a: & il Roebuck St., & Magazine Lane. |
|

- pense ttnacinaantinte — —

CURRENT BUDGET FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ist APRIL 1951] of the airfield is much the same se,
TO Slst MARCH, 1952 Man Missing From whether the aircraft actually lands | Few.

AN ANALYSIS UF THE BUDGET 1951-52 or not, but in the latter case no @ -









































oT]
B.W.L Dollars landing fees collected. Th
b ‘Revenue ag per Estimates eo... sd 10,575,612 Alcoa Corsair” Committee hestitate “to. m ake aS AVAILABLE !! a
y \ Deduct A man was missing off the S.S,] specific recommendations on this . t â„¢ =
5 Customs Draw Backs See Contra .. 53,800 Alcoa Corsalr yesterday while the] point they realise the a
H. A. CUKE Income .Tax Refund 190,000 shi po as they realise that it may
‘ aes to # fo i Pp was in the vicinity of the}be a matter of reciprocal Inter-
TABLE I Soltis mecelete i ” s 872,284 aan Channel east-bound to] national policy, but wish to draw a
, er ia te e Carupana coast of Venezuela, attention o 5 Governaes -
. Post Office 1,617 2 ge hake hee “ 4,009 1,120,093 according to a cablegram received Se accom oe ree a
Net Revenue as per Table “II” . oS $ 9,455,519 anno Ta at the local Harbour and Shipping ; .
ot Bipendiare Ss'per Table i> n303'203 , $9455,519 [Department 8. sia _ "POULTRY CHOWS a
O Sadrtetenrrctactinn : : "d enemenie All ships and aircraft moving inf phe c synapsin Wenriin 4
Surplus to be dealt with as under: _.. $ 550,316 % |the vicinity have been requested sl SO Reo
Capital Budget on me $250,000 ~ Customs— to keep ~ ook art for the salisatne ra question of the number of Contra a
Special Reserve ; ec a 150,000 t . Duties Net k. Ks “i .. 3,566,200 | man., officers necessary ta provice a JASON JONES & CO., LTD. —-Distributors. @ ‘
Surplus to General Revenue ‘ zs 150,316 $ 650,316 oe ¥ e ona ‘; ‘ eran dale ee dn tak a airfie se pte t gue ing the @
speek ieee. oS rasoline Tax a Bd 7“ i v 5, 2 54. ” ours of operation o 1e airport
Capital Budget Table “IV” cH a $ 1,429,166"; \ : vee syne “BLUE NOSE MAC The "es eee esta suliareent pro a a @ Bw a « i we a a a a @ eS @ Ss
Loans Funds in hand : en br 111,898 es Diregt Taxation— ON DRY DOCK vides the following Executive
Funds to be raised Mi es 491,384 Income Tax Net .. em sn .. 3,610,000 officers {
Current Revenue (see above) .. i 250,000 Estate Duties % RS oe 1 150,000 $3,760,000 39.% A.ter some days’ idleness, the 1 Airport Manager
From Accumulated surplus . ea 575,884 $ 1,429,166 * engines ol! the dry dock were roll- 1 Assistant Airport Manager ane
.. Other Taxation— ; ing over again yesterday to take Control Officer
To be drawn from General Revenue Balance $ 575,884 Siginm - Daties 50.000 us a gereneee Bye Hes: Mas’ contral -OMicer (post vacant)
To be credited to do. Bi ‘ Pp’ Spose “ ‘ “ pairs, The Cerimittes £26 ened tha
Special. Reserve bah = fo 150,000 ‘ Sweepstakes : : ; 63,000 113,000 1.2] Dock workers started to prepare 2 The hi ae Bape 3 a
Surplus 5 — her hull for painting shortly after is staff is sufficient to operate
plus... ad “2 a ; 150,316 300,316 he airport. efficient! lovin
: mie de Reven :Govt., ; ‘ she was up on dock, The schooner | the airport efficiently on a davn
Reduction of General Revenue Balances .. $ 275,568 i: ‘ is expected to be off her British] t° dusk basis, but note t hat 9 ie
Sheela Licénses ** as ’ 112,395 Guiana — Barbados run for about] POSt remains vacant and rece hs
Rents and Royalties es ; 89,760 a week. She is consigned to the | mended that early action be t uc
TABLE Ia Guat Notes i 3 c eer Schooner Owners’ Association - yp it saa airport is nf ve
Cc. otes a oe : * ept open after 6 p.m. it will be
. Fees of Office po és ; 32,804 necessary to increase the establish |
Net Sep nditure Gigael ean Fe $ soe Fines .. N ee ac DIED SUDDENI Y ment by at least one additional |
2 os es Profits from Departments Net : + Control Office
Redemptions Des Repayments ; 27,752 414,219 4.4 Elsie Goodridge of Grazettes, aM 7 : ya
$10,334,369 ———_-—----__—__—_—- , Black Rock, died suddenly at her The Committee wish to» draw
Net Revenue . Re *: 9,455,519 $9,455,519 100 |home about 12.25 a.m. yesterday|the attention of the Government |i}
Loan Funds in hand as i .. 111,898 $ 9,567,417 aa --~ | morning. Her body was later taken] to the time nPeEN to meg uit ana |
ar tn $ to the Public Mortuary where ajtrain technical personnel of tis |g)
Excess of pancmilayry over Revenue $ 766,952 Customs .. 5,168,200 5f. 9 seat mortem examination was per- [nature and recommend that action
To ke raised by loans : . : 491,384" Income Tax .. 3,760, 000 41.1 formed by Dr. A. S. Ashby whofbe taken well in advance to in- |)
wR Pesenay ad — attributed death to natural causes Jerease the establishment = aml/@)
Net Deficit as above .. 7 +s oe $ 276,568 - 8,928, 200 100 ie PE sda asc authorise recruitment; otherwise it |}
een erry ee ee will be necessary to further post- |
pone night operation or place|#)
undue strain on existing opera-
TABLE Il ‘ tional staff |
B.W.L. Dollars : IE
Expenditure as per Estimates ‘ 4 ai ss vi i. es es ae a> 10,409,184. The < spre omer nag : ae
Add Increase on the Printed Estimates Me s is a4 ei i "a ve i 16,112. ay ae = a rherpepaiierra det ed) |
10,425,296, their terms of reference; they did
Deduct Refunds Customs See Contra +3 or bes <4 iva i sie as ii rere a tee peal yeoman “
» Income Tax i * oe oe os es ee ve ie oe es ,000 . of transport for the sté o an
Departmental Receipts “6 a ae is re “s ab es e. <¥ a 872,284 from Seawell, and recommend that Refresh eng
Post Office and Estates ” ” an - es .. «- ve 8 . 4,009 1,120,093. this problem be examined ‘by the
eee aeahlane Government, ‘
Contribution to Capital Budget and General Reserve .... oa wee ei ye oh ole "400,000. SS &
Current Expenditure Net ise * er oe be 8,905. be Just Received
Gross Less Receipts Net Expgnaitu diture % a aie | L e e
Administrative Costs és ks fe oe 928,752 225 rath 10.4 FRESH, DELICIOUS | nmeigora tng
Pensions and Charges of Public Debt 4s re we 596,366 i 39,037 36 329 6.3 kd ”
Law and Order and the Administration of ‘Justice .. els ss 1,196,835 62,268 ; 1,134,567 12.7 MOIRS ;
ee cy esoe 843,545 134,250 709,295 8.0 a a we oa rm SEEK
é Ss as zs ri eo .* . ’ a 99 ‘ ‘
(b) Water + ae vs ve oa oa 605,254 290,955 314,299 3.5 CHOCOL ATE B ARS PCPODOOO OPPOSE EAP SOD IPE ES LOVE PL PDOE PE PVPPE LSS
(c) Agr iculture i ee 6 we 339,297 47,095 292,202 3.3 x ;
(a) Shipping ana Aiport ©. Sa 8 4 ie 03 gong HARRISON'S 3
(e) Fire Brigade . ie we ee A 5 377 0.2 w Scan! (
(f) Public Market a ‘i a es “oe 40,267 : 10,312 29,955 1,381,697 03 15.5 i pi ogden aha BROAD ST.
& if ee / al _ :
. : PLAIN CHOCOLATE \ oe
SOCIAL SERVICES NUT MILK )
(a) Educati 8 ny ‘ aé * 1,882,472 1,100 1,881,372 21.2 an j
(b) Medical. be at 2 ‘i hts 1,269,689 75,067 1,194,622 13.4 BORDEAUX CHAMOIS LEATHERS | GARDEN SHEARS
° (c) Old Age Pensions .. ns “i oe 475,000 ‘een 5.3 MINT PATTY Selected Qualities 8” Notched STEEL BLADES
(d) Suunhes ss cs ach an a wei 47°875 aa PINEAPPLE 5 ‘
(e) Grants ie ¥ Rs os va ee F ’ S , a ; ; ; ,
(f) Housing eS i 3 ne i >" 22254 22/254 0:3 Price: 10 Cents per Bar, $1.93 & $2. 13 only $2.48 pair
Ce ee a Laie’ Ee ae BRUCE "
(h migration oe s ++ os oe ’ , , 909,080 ‘ 55. i ty eee
$ % reibceer tare
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Kee LAS SIFIE D A D S oer See | See Seeeen| sake. NOTICE | TAKE NOTICE SHIPPING NOTICES
e o Ten cents per agate tine on 3 * r
TELEPHONE 2508 | | BARBADOS CLERKS UNION | Senna 2the asia Om Sundaae oe | LIMITE) "riuah Company. whan: : ee
um NION | nd GL80 on Semaags ? WOME) nat THE BORDEN COMPANY, a] {tale cr Lusineâ„¢s adress ts Grane Rea! ROYAL NETHERLANDS
NOTICE corporation organized and existing under | Mills, a Roud, Haslingden, Lan- STEA a
| The Annual General Meeti r the laws of the State of New Jersey, | cashire, England. Spinners and Manufac~- MSHIP co
The charge for announcements of FOR SALE | held at the YMCA age Oe = REAI United States of America, whose trade | turers, has applied for the registration -
Tesi ees Deaths, Acknow-~ WEDNESDAY 28th inst. at 4.30 p.m . ESTATE for business address is 350 Madison| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Registes SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM *
sae co oka a sea the: a ten a Minimum charge week 72 cents and Notices of motions and/or questions | ~~~ ~~~ — " Avenue, New York, State of New York,}|in respect of piece goods wholly or a val ee a ee te. .
single retire Pam yh Cid ee Mg Mig ygges cents Sundays 24 word: ser 24| Shall be sent in writing to the General U.S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for the | mainly of cotton, not waterproofed or| SS. “Cottica’—éth April 1951, “6
ot Re ec, ates Me ty DN MOLT Condes cept a word ok—4 cents a| Secretary not less than seven days |p SUNCALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed-| registration of a trade mark in Part “A” | rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not} MS. _“Wiilemstad"—12th April 1961. Cie Gle Transatlantique ‘
2 cents per word on week-days and | ord Guedion wee ere | are te ante Soak der sien nanan | Tooms, every convenience — including | of Register in respect of substances used | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be SATLING TO AMSTERDAM &
4 cents per Word on Sundays for each ‘anche | Borden, water supply, As new, #£9,000.] as foods and as ingrediehts in foods; | entitled to register the same after one pwn eee
For Bites es | 1. Mintites. Phone 470. 15.3.51—tf.n.| infants’ and invalids’ foods; and wili| month from the 28th day of March 1931] ™S._ “Willemstad” 2amd March 1951.
For Births, Marriage or Engagement 2. To receive the Report of the be entitled to register the same after | Unless some person shail in the mean- Sen ee” ore SAILINGS TO
announcements in Carib Calling thej ° AUTOM:z0 Executive Committee and Financial} _.» Pare! of land containing 41,752] one month from the 28th day of| time give notice in duplicate to me at ARAMARIBO, GEORGETOWN . Lager
os ae any See ¢ wards MOTIVE statement fos 3) man st ah feet situated at Brittons Hill.| March, 1951, unless some person shall | my office of opposition of such registra- eo ae — sees aan ENGLAND & FRANCE
up to an cents per w for esc! " : ug00-51. t. Michael. in the meantime give notice in duplicate} tion. The trade mark can be seen cn +, sustinian” n are
edditional word. Terms cash. Frone 2508 3. Election of Officers, Members of +i

The above will be set up for sale at
| public competition at our office in Lucas

KK 7 te me at my office of opposition of} application at my office. M.S. “Hersilia” 6th April 1951
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death] ALMOST NEW 12 HP. Bedford Van, the Executive "Committee, and an

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. Auditor. such registration. The trade mark can| Dated this 22nd day of March, 1981 SS. “Cottica” 28rd. April 1951,
Notices only after 4 p.m. Guarantee if required. Extra Masonite] 4 To consider notices of motions | Steet Bridgetown, on Friday, the 30th| be seen on application at my office MH. WILLIAMS, SAILING TO LA GUAIRA, CURACAO via St. Lucia, Martinique,
Flooring. Licersed and Insured. Upset and/or @uextions i Idance | °2¥ of March 1951, at 2 p.m Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951 Registrar of Trade Marks * ete. Guadeloupe and Antigua <
= —_— ——— | Price $1,880. New one Cosi $2,125 wane ee CARRINGTON & SEALY. H. WILLIAMS, , 28,3.51—3n| M.S. “Oranjestad” 28th, March 1951. 7 s we
BIRTH presently. Apply Courtesy Garage. 5. Amy other business. Solicitors. Registrar of Trade Marks ee | M.S. “Willerstad’’ 25th. Avril 1951, in
ie metn CHRISTIE SMITH 16.3.8--Sp, meee et TAKE NOTICE i ae ee ITHBOU
CAR: One Austin 1940, 14 } Vv General Secretary oT “SHARES IN comi nines te, SOUTH UND
HOYTE—On March 27, 1951, at re . net Pp. very | NOTE: A copy of the Report and Finan- ‘ S IN COMP. ee ne Penne aie Tne ernenenenniety °
“Lenape” St. Lawrence, Christ Church, rane eas * Phone 2023, Lae!" | cial Statement can be seen at Registered |, '$, %1,,Barbados_ Foundry ‘Limited, TAKE NOTICE That J. H. BIRTWISTLE & COMPANY | /[-———=—= ae. = GASCOGNE: March 23rd...
eto Miriam wife of Revd. Dalton L. nm Cea et et, | Office, Y.M.C.A., any evening after the | 6.0, preterence 5% Barbados Redif- | LIMITED. a British Company, whose Grenada, Trinidad, British 6
Hoyte—a sister for Esther, John, Many, aD a 20.3.8)—t.f.n 21st inst. from 4 p.m, to 6 p.m bw Niel Serview Limited at 2 p.m. on MILKSTOCK trade or business address is Grane Road 7 Pr , Sortanes |,
George and. Grace. MA-A heone GT Le . 163.5t—an,|PTidey 30th iMstant at our office by Mills, Grane Road, Huslingden, Lan- M.V, “Cacique Del Caribe” will and French Guiana “oe
danrtcbenninicddchiasieiataumbibiaioaticn to erhoncs thats oe Stes eM ersalan — -; public competition. — That THE BORDEN COMPANY, 4] cashire, England, Spinners and Manufac- accept cargo and Passengers for ores
DI we - Engine recently overhauled, | COTTLE, CATFORD & Co, corporation organized and existing under | turers, has applied for the registration St. wucia, St. Vincent, Grenada 33
ED ze er new. Price $409.50 Apply L. A. NOTICE 26.3.51—3n| the laws of the State of New Jersey,| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register and Aruba. Sailing Friday 30th one
- erbin, Boarded Hall Pltn, Re Estate of oa nnnennnnenes | United States of America, whose trade|in respect of piece goods wholly or instant. Accepting Passengers ee!
BOURNE—Henry, His funeral took place 26.3.51—3n HUBERT THORPE C Others for High Priced Properties] or business address is 350 Madison| mainly of cotton, not waterproofed or ; “ke Passengers
on Monday evening trom his late penbe | oon rn Desbaaed. gnd C Me for Low Priced Properties and] Avenue, New York, State of New York,| rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not MLV.’ “Caribbee”. ‘wilt accent Mail_ and Deck Passengers at,
dence Belmont Road to the Westbury R—One 1948, Model Prefect Ford] Norice IS HEREBY GIVEN that an|Seme Bargsins! U can Buy Properties] U-S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for the | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be Cargo and Passengers for Domin- to Grenada, Trinidad, St. ;
Cemetery. 10 H.P. Done 22,000 Miles. Apply E. C. ;| Thru Me for Much Less than U caa| registration of a trade mark in Part “A"| entitled to register the same after one a ; Martini
Ad Morris daily, Durscombe Plantati persons having any debt or claims} pujid’ RU fed ° ica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis Lucia and Martinique.
a B. Bourne (Wife), J. T. i . ns ntation, | against or offecting the estate of Hubert | Up ? — Don't — until] of Register in respect of substances used | month from the 28th day of March 1981 and St. Kitts. Date of departure ees
Bourne (Son), Kathleen Bourne, | 5t- omas. 23.3.51—3n. Thorpe deceased, late of Chelsea Road. UC D. F. de Abreu —. The Live - Wira| as foods and as ingredients in foods:| unless some person shall in the mean- to be notified i:
Marjorie Towers (Daughters). inner is, the partes of Saint Michael in this and Go - Getter — Who never Titivages} infants’ and invalids’ foods, and will be} time give notice in duplicate to me at . ) - 4
28.3.51—1n = a — MODEL “B” SEDAN (M 3) Island who died on the 29h day otf with Fancy Prices and Inflated Commis-| entitled to register the same after one| my office of opposition of such registra- BWI SCHOCNER OWNERS R. M JONES & Co Lid s
cellent condition, H. ARRINDELL, {December 1950, are requested to send sions! Just Imagine! — A New 3| month from the 28th day of March 1951| tion. The trade mark ean be seen on eal ° ? ”
21.3.5.—t.f.n. im particulars , ot" Wake: aleiens. Saas a er ‘Suvi Design) } urless some person shall in the meantime application at my office ASSOCIATION (INC) AGENTS “
a — nnn | TE : ‘acing a, ght o! ay to Sea, Good! give notice in duplicate to me at my Datetl this 2nd day of March, 1961 ”
THANKS ELECTRICAL DARMEMELE GGnhe ete eae Location and Sea Bathing, Near City,| office of opposition of such registration ey ee as WILLIAMS, Consignee. Tele. No, 4047 ‘ian 814 eg
Waebiaga” Atta Gano as Fa ae Phe wy a beeeteipiateainsis A RIN: GLANS viene Hubert Thorpe deconnal Vacant, all Modern Conveniences, Fully} The trade mark can be seen on applica- Registrar of Trade Marks, Phone =: 3 +S
pha 0a aes dunks and : Lage iy, ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 olts,|c/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, No 13 Enclosed, Yard Made Up, Go'ng for] tion at my office. 28.3.51—3n is
ittended the funeral, sent wreaths, | 20, 4mp8, 400 watts, with lamps and | High Street on or betore the ilst day twot olds tor tabelle Modern Coltake | Dated this 2nd day of March, 1951 EES ;
a * vreaths,| spares. A. Be a a * | (not o! y Fon le, lern Conven- H -LIAMS,
Cards letters of ‘sympathy. or'in arr | Spare A. Barnes #6 Co. tad | of May’ 4001, afer which date 1 shall| jrmceq, Going for Under 4100. “Aver Renistrr ot Trade Moris. | TARE NOTICE .
other way rendered assistance on the] REFRIGERATOR — Canadian Genmal ranted ” sega ‘So Sartios entitled ; Destable 3 Bedroom Cottage at Thorn- 28.3.51—3n
9 ao ee eet Hiectrle canoe: , feet. Perfect working | thereto having regard only. to. such inte cota Ron Denaiioen we + NOTICE | KLIM -
fillage. $ : ; . order. Can be seen at K. R. Hunte &|claims of which I shall then have | i 2 8 ;
Village. Saint. Michael. 28.9.51—1n | ©®- Ltd., Lower Broad Street, Dial 4011 [had notice and T shall not be. lable Talia enuswelt Sane ie eats * TAKE NOTICE That THE BORDRN COMPANY, a :
ne “ - ‘ 22.3 51—6a ake ee per arent Tudor St., Large Garage or Workshop, PENNZOIL corners ti organized and one ene oder Inc. ;
ve beg to return thaks to all thon | REFRIGERATOR: American General} or claim 1 shail not thea hece ioy| Busy Area, Going for Under £2,300, A Unites Bisten ef Aseerion, ‘Waaes teks
we ck to return thanks to all thos®) wicirie 4.4 onb, fost Ferfect working | Loti a an Ae nm have had! New 2 Bedroom Bungalow (Stone wall: That THE PENNZOI. COMPANY, 8 | United States of America, whose trade NEW YORK SERVICE el
kind friends who sent Wreaths letters ; Ns s Ne Z| notice, : Near Rockley, Going for Under £1,700, | Corporation organized and existing under | or business address is 350 Madison 8S. “Myken” - . h March.
of Condolence or in any way expressed | OTU¢T. _ Selling because buying bigger And all persons indebted to the saia M venue, New York, State of New York SS. “Myken" sails 23rd February. arrives Barbados 6t are’ i
rs 1 any ’ 3 a A Bungalcw Type 3 Bedroom (possible | the laws of the State of California, | Avenue, New York, State o ew York, “sg, 7 z i 27 “ sé 3°
their sympathy in our recent bereave- ape Phone 3439. R. W. Tucker, |/estate are requested to settle their (4) at Hastings Main Rd., A-1 Condi-| United States of America, whose trade} U.S.A., Mamufacturers, has applied for the S.S. “Seabreeze” sails 16th March. arrives Barbados 27th March.
ment caused by the death of my czar Cherry Tree Cottage; Garrison. indebtedness without delay. tion, Going for Under £2,350. Stone-|or business address is 942 South Hope | registration of a trade mark in Part “A” “NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ees
beloved husband Clifton ,Cumberbaivh, | 27.3.51—fia Dated this 10th day of March, 1951. | yay Bungalows (2 and 3 Bedroom) in| Street, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A,,| of Register in respect of substances used NEW ORLEANS SE) CE
Evhiline Cumberbatch (wife), Yvonne ‘on ARNOLD DALRYMPLE, and near Navy Gardens, Going for Under | Manufacturers, has applied for the regis- | 88 foods and as ingredients in foods, S.S. “Runa” sails 15th February. arrives Barbados Ist March,
Pauline, Marva, MaRitia (daughters), LIVESTOCK Qualified Executor of the Will of £2,000, £2,500 and £3,000. Seaside | tration of a trade mark in Part “A” of | infants’ and invalids’ foods; pharmaceu S.S. “Alcoa Patriot” sails 7th Mareh arrives Barbados 28rd March z
Clarence, Cecil, Geoffrey (sons), Mrs.) —— Hubert Thorpe, deceased. bungalows and other Residences. An | Register in respect of motor fuels, lubri-| tical preparations, and will be entitl’ | na___mm_-_ - a eee eer
Eldica Skeete (sister), Egbert Cumbcr-| COW: One (1) Graded Guernsey Cow 13.3.51—4n | Ideal Stonewall. Residence suitable for | cant oils, and lubricant greases, and will] to register the same after one CANADIAN SERVICE
batch, Garfield Cumberbatch (brothers).' to calf at any time, third Calf, gave any purpose. Re-Sale Values Assured.| be entitled to register the same after | month from the 28th day of Mareh 195)
25.3.51—2n a niaie. second Caif. A. Williams, NOTICE Finger 3111 and Be Convinced. Call at} on month from the 28th day of March | vnless move Fee take be eead “ake SOUTHBUUND
atin te ne Hose Cottage, i. Grores. ‘ * Oliv I; hs 1951 1 some person shall in the| sive notice in duplica om .
CRIFFITH—We acknowledge with thanks | ge a ae Mp ened Srp pee alpen? i dss bis Up tain meantime give notice in duplicate to me | office of opposition of such registration, Name of Sut SAILS HALIFAX ARAIVES BROS
the cards wreaths and other tokens of | ane x Rime uote say pe sn ee ese AUCTION at my office of opposition of such regis-| The trade mark can be seen on applica- S. “ALCOA PARTNER + +» February 23rd Mareh 6th
sympathy sent us on the occasion of GOAT: (ist. litter) also ewe iid. For] A’ Special invitation is eter to Ola | tration, The trade mark can be seen on} tion at my office. S, “ALCOA PEGASUS" .. * +» March 8th Marehy 20th '
we rahe a wea in aaa further particulars Telephone 8173. Gira of the seheol, Parents and friends application at my office, Dated this 22nd Gay, te saae . “ALCOA PENNANT” ,. ie March 23rd April ard 4
irlam: Griffith who died on the 21s' 28.3.51— . : Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951. . . LAE, '
March 1951. al 7 So Ore Will, be Reuces or" Old Gis, [UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER H. . ee ee eee i
James Griffith (husband), Louise} HORSE: One good riding Horse young School-boys and little visitors , Registrar of Trade Marks. S8.5,01—Sey 5 & é
Griffith (mother), Daphne, Keitha,, and strong. Apply. Foster tat eune | s a en 28.3,51—3n £8. “ALCOA PENNANT"... «. Due March 5th Sails for St, John ae
Barer,” Giccans: Cheeta beet | tities ours, faithfully, | BY, atruetions received 1 witt seit at} Ln Halifax.
(daughters), Leroy (son), Rodney, = = , . s a us van's 3. “ALCOA PARTNER" a ee Due March 20th Sails for St. Johp '
rantioe Cah” Caen center eau a ee 38.3,51—45 for Aw. Weegretaty, | Lane on Thursday March 29un a large TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE ; & Halifax 4
‘grand children), Lavan and Clyde PUPPIES: (2) smooth hair Fox Terrier of Oe: ee att ics Soecres pe Rania” “malvaniged BIG BEN Tr eae =
(son-in-law) 28.3.51—In itches, 9 weeks old. Phone Miss Wood eS Phere | Sinetg th: Vayiols Rass. Sale at 1 Dir. DISPA &
net he enn ato ete ati none | AONE 28.5.51—3n VINCENT GRIFFITH, These vessels have limited passenger accommodation, i the
IN ' MEMORIAM } - NOTICE Auctonest. |. That PETER LUNT & COMPANY | That J..H. BIRTWINTLE & COMPANY ana erneRaNaREe aun *
4 -3.5.12—2re y © TED, a \s| Company, Ww ULF ) .
ae ae Pie MECHANICAL PARISH OF ST. PHILIP 3 TED, @ limited lability company | Cote or business address is Grane Road{ ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND G

neorporated under the laws of Great
Britain, whose trade or business address





Sealed Tenders — marked on envelope,

: “ Mills, Grane Road, Haslingden, Lan- aan CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
MILLER—In ever loving memory of our BICYCLES—With and without ‘Tender for Residence” — are Invited for cashire, angiana, Spinners ‘ena Manuises APPLY DA COSTA & >

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

three-

















































“ * z g i‘ intree, Liv 1, Lan-
ames cet ante Who fell speeds for Ladies, Gents and children. See oe ae ps: Pulse Bove Mtoe By instructions ived I 1 sell. at ee Seat ea apple fee the | turers, has applied for the registration | . picasa siete see
asleep on March 28th, 1949. Secure yours now. Courtesy Garage. ; 4 ¥. ars Will sell At | egistration of a trade mark in Part “A” | ot a trade mark in Part “A” of Register 3 4
Always in our thoughts Wh The House is of board and shingie and | the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street n ° : ods wholly
Row ava th. wus hears iteperk Rd.’ Dial 4301. 22.3.51—8 | can be inspected on, application to Mr.|on FRIDAY, 30th (1) A-40 Austin Car. | Of Register in respect of soaps (other WBF Regie ern a eatasereuted a o
t arts i ele h abet elisa eae te f ’ . ‘ s * ts ana] mainly o a
As long as life and memory lasts | _ BICYCLE ACCESSORIES — Pumps, Ne a. peniigihg a eearal by the Geren tee ie ee prepetinee ane sepia toe. laundry rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not . 4
2p We shall remember thee 2 | Saddles, Connections, Patching Kits, di tenant e te sin thee 14th April ‘erms cash, purposes, and will be entitled to register | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be nee
Ever to be remembered by Freddie her wheels etc. Apply Courtesy Garage , Undersigned not later : Pp VINCENT GRIFFITH, the same after one month from the 2Ath { Cntitled to register the same after one 3
ee Baddie: Lat eee Reins aa Whitepark Rd. Dial 4301. 22.8,51—6n ilicsonadiés purchaser must be prepared ee Det. @ay of March, 195) unless some person eon from the 28th an . a 1951 yen :
sister, uddie, Luther, an ee er 8 .3.51- * ‘ 4 ne rson si n e mean- ™~
ors 0 3% skall in the meantime give notice ‘| unless som pe
brothers. %.3.51—1n | CARRIER BIKES and Bleycles by | Wotea tne after sai oD ° | ConON BALE OF COMPLETE DAIny [duplicate 10 me at my office of opposi-| time give notice In duplicate to ma at OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
————————— Hercules. Silver King. A’ BARNES -é& The Vestry does not bind itself to sell At Gibbes’ “st Peter, on Thursday tion of such registration. The trade | my bat ae cin eats te 1g ven "on
PER ONAL ;CO., LTD. 20.3.51—t.f.n. | +. the highest or any tender. next the 29th March at 2 o'clock the Mark can be seen on application at my te ton eae can seen on Due
“ees - * P. S. W. SCOTT, complete dairy which consists of several Joffce. ay * Ds A of March, 1961 From Leaves Barbados"
| MISCELLANEOUS Clerk, to the Vestry, cows mostly young ones, 1 Young Grad- Dated this 22nd Ge, OF Mae Tees Dated this 22nd ar ¥ erase Vessel
nt St. Philip. ed Bull, (1) Spring cart and Harness, % = he 7 £ Trade Marks. ‘ is 9
The public are hereby warned against | ANTIQUES — Of every tion 3.3.51--7n | Milk Cans & Boxes, 2 Horses over 14 * Ramisitet of Tyade Barks. Registenr 0 28.3 51a | SS. “SUCCESSOR” .. Liverpool 10th Mar 25th Mar
giving credit to o«* wife MILLICENT!} Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver —————_——_——_————_ ——--— | hands, Set of Buggy Harness, Cream ie S.S. “STUDENT” ++ Glasgow & :
EVELINE CUMRE “RBATCH nee . Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- NOTICE Seperator, (2) Large African Ram Sheep, South Wales 18th Mar 2ndApr.
BISHOP) as I do not told myself re | Staphs ete. at Gorringes Antique Shop f (1) Ewe Goat, (1) Berkshire Boar, ) ——[T$—<—<——_— —_ hn dhilethon:kt vaitee oat tee heek ath Tar.
sponsible for her or anyone else eontract- | ¢dJoining Royal Yacht Club. IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES | Breeding Sow, (2) Small cars (Hillman § © TICE S. he 8 Lon , Mar 3rd Apr
ing any debt or debts in myname Unies | 3.9. 90—t.f.n, ACT 1910 & Austin Seven) (1) Six volt Wind GOVERNMENT NOTI S'S. “TACOMA STAR” |, Liverpool 29nd Mar, —3r
by a sipmed by me ‘ and Charger. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer, S.S. “HERDSMAN” .. London 28th Mar. 15th Apr.
AU CUMBERBATCH, | BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel, in|IN THE MATTER OF WARD TRUST 25.3.51—3n. ‘e « ” ; 5th Apr.
Hoste V White, Green, Primrose with matching COMPANY LIMITED S.S. “DEFENDER’ «. London 3ist Mar. aah
oyte. Vil units to complete colour suites. Top NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant! YNDER THE SILVER DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT S.S. “SCHOLAR” .. Liverpool Ist Apr, 14th Apr.
18/8 1-+-0n grade, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd. to section 176 of the Companies Act 1910 VACANCY FOR A STORES’ CLERK rT aa







26.1,51—t.f.n

————$—$
CURTAIN FITTINGS—For smart win-
dow styling, light control, Valances ana

u& meeting of the creditors of the above-
named company will be held at the
cffice of Messrs. Bovell & Skeete, Lucas



UNITED KINGDOM

HAMMER . HOMEWARD FOR THE



OTICE

GOVERNMENT i oh Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Stores’


































































k For Closes in Barbados
draperies, By Kirsch. ‘Dial 4476 A,| Street, Bridgetown, Barbados, 0n} On THURSDAY 29th by order of Mrs. THe . ( Vessel ‘0
BARNES & CO., LTD. "13.2.51—-t.4.n ee ee Ensen April 1951,! Gerald Skeete, we will sell her Furniture The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $480 a year a an
ee o a ° “ ” Fos \ « ar s
POST OFFICE NOTICE | DEF?, PREPZE—cCapacity 8 gal. in| , Dated the 22nd day of March, 1951, Good Extension Dining Table. taeat 12) | rising by annual increments of $48 to $912 per annum, — 8.8. “MULBERRY HILL” ., London . oe Bie, ;
excellent working order. “At Ralph ,A. | DEIGHTON MOND LEACH» YARP | Upright Chairs, ‘Pedestal Sideboard, Din- The appointment will be on one year's probation in the first in- | 8.8. “PROSPECTOR” =... Greenock ist Mar. —
PARCEL POST Peace eee Ce ee eee Liquidators, Botan Page bre este Writ ect): Tstance and will be made subject to the selected candidate being pass- 8S. “CRAFTSM RI SPs okt cae 7 -
In consequence of Regulation |-——---____—_-——— ~ . 23.3.51—3. | Cocktail Tables with glass tops, Morris} ed as medically fit for employment in the Public Service. anita
4 ee DRIED FRUIT: Prunes ins, Cur —————————-———~—~ | Chairs & Cushions, Hatstand "all in . d| For further information apply to y
ade , x ; " 5 . : 1, sins, - » a ’ ‘ oe 5 we
tng Gein eeein eee rants, Dates and Mixed Peel, Glaced POWELL SPRING HOTEL Mahogany: Glass and China, Breakfast Candidates, who should - ae ae ae ee or r 0. on apply -
, s “A, | Cherries M. Ford, Dial 3489, 435, BATHSHEBA Service; very nice China Tea Service; } thirt 30) years, must be able to read and write English an 2
ret with effect from the 2nd] Roebuck st 28-3.61-2m] It has been brought to my attention | Gzey Dawn Tea Set Plated and Silver i ‘3 iia up to School Certificate Standard DACOSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents . Sy
April the Parcel Post Branch on aoe ——| that a rumour is being widely circulated | Wrre in Entre shes; Tea Service; , ° TS ire a: = te Wh cs B FRUIT IN TINS: Pears, Peaches, | that my business as proprietor of this | Silver Salt and Sweet Dishes &c, &c The person appointed must at all times be prepared to promptly i
1e 1arf will be open to the] Apricots, Prunes & Fruit Salad, Grapes Hotel has been “liquidated”, and that] Pictures, Folding Card Table; Jones ‘ah t and 1 ith e e s as
general public as follows:— large and small. W. M. Bard. Dial} the notel is being carried on by someone | Sewing Machine; Electric Floor Lamp; | 4nd willingly carry out the work of the department and comply w: di N. tional Steamshi
(a) Week days (except Sat- | 248%, 35 Roebuck St. ~~ 88.3.51—2n | cise Clocks, area Pte hay ase every instruction and requirement considered necessary for the proper an a
avs Py, g wiki y oth rs, this e is | stead an pring, Ha is, Deep ‘ : A aa . ‘ ‘
wee from 8 a.m, to 3 i HAMS: Tinned Hams 1b Tins, 2¥% pane eee et rumours, eee Mattress, Dressing Tables, Cedar Press,| ordering, purchasing, receipt, recording, issue, disposal and safeguard | gourgpounp aol oui! sit herées “Vale” 5
6 re Sees aia ty u pay te Tins, and. Peer been started by some MALICIOUS per- eee Serees, ae voulin's oon of all property and stores, and to perform any other duties that may Montreal Halifax Roston Barbados Barbs o8
to 42 neon: 135 Roebuck St 28.3.51—2n | “°T' Cin mesure ity numerous patrons that | ing order, Kitchen Utensils, Larder, Coal] be required of him by the Director. LADY WELBON 1 oe oe 6 ee ee
General Post Office, “VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirsch Sun-aire Sat it chatted ac sar do A ay oe seclietne Sevee, terbeas erene The person appointed will be required to be on the job in time oe as re * 18 Apr, 1# Apr. vi At , af ae:
24th March, 1951. all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to your | an4 that my motto remains, fs always, | Cloths and Handworked Tea Cloths, Hose] to start work each day at 7 a.m. and must not leave the job until] LADY NELSON 1.1 May 1 ay ae ay 2 June 21dane
28.3,51—2n. | 47° ANNES & Co, Ltd DM 41 sa Home away Roe TER my Saver ee ee cent Tools, Plants} otter work has stopped each day. aire a Boy toute $ uly 6 July 14 July 16 Jiuly
. i: z . AUBREY CAR’ ’ end many other ‘ : 3 3 3 f :.
Pe Rete ne) 8,8; Proprietor and Manager. SALE 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash, Applications, which should be made on forms obtainable from the | LADY RODNEY +. 80 July 2 Aug. 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug
MILK—Pure fresh milk delivered twice 28.5.51—20 | BRANKER, ZROEMAN & CO. Colonial Secretary’s Office and sealed in an envelope marked “Appli-
daily. Mrs. W. M. Worrell, St. Matthew's M inti aa? CY ays and
Vicaroge. Phone 3025. ©2929) DUBLIC OFFI § 25.3.51—2n ‘ > she0 for the Post of Stores’ Clerk, Department of ae nq | NORTHBOUND Arrives Balls Arrives Arrives Arrives | Arrives = mot
a ransport”, should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary’s ce a Barbados Barbados eaeten 5 els nm Halifax on
ROLIaUE DASLIER MOVIE SCREEN ill b ted up to 12 n Saturday 31st March, 1951 LADY RODNEY ..27 Mar. ar. eee Rake — Ape :
1 case, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy. 1 willpe accepted up to oon on mavurday , f LADY NELSON {112 April 14 April 23 Apr. . 24 Apr, 28 Apr. in
r 18.3.61—ttn. (The Previn a), TAKE NOTICE 21.3,51.—2n. | LADY~RODNEY °:10 May = 12 May 31 May “ 22 May oe nig
——eeee_—_—"—O8—-—" - y “ : aa 6 ‘ ” =“ une
: at te yaa - as siiak A aa ecterncen HEMO SOOOCOOOL POOP A OOO % LADY RODNEY 3 July 5 July M4 J uly aos 16 Ju iy r ; ae
5 : 1 : 4 rf , na 9 Aug.
J r will be sold at my office to the highest That THE BORDEN COMPANY, -?* LADY NELSON ,.27 July 29 July 7 Aug. 11 84
LOST A FOU ND bidder for any sum not under the ap-| oorporation organized and existing under LADY RODNEY ..26 Aug. 28 Aug 6 Sepr. 8 Sept. mt














praised value. All that certain piece Of] the laws of the State of New Jersey,
Land containing by admeasurtment 28.6] United States of America, whose trade
Perches situate at Bath Village, in the] 5, business address is 350 Madison
Parish of Christ Church butting and Avenue, New York, State of New York,

N.B.—Subject to change without notice.
bers. Passenger Fares and freight

All vessels fitted witn cold storage, chafffs
rates on applicdtion to:— a

LOST

SHAWL: On Easter Monday. Fringed



AUCTION SALE









Pattern Shawl Between Stafford House | bounding on lands now or late of one U.S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for pate
and Aquatie Club. Reward. Stafford ; Clarke, on a oe i eae es the registration of a way en a ¥ “
House 28.3.51—1n | o11 two sides on the Public ad, toge “A” of Register in respect of substan ‘
y with the messuage or Dwelling Houses, | used as foods and as ingredients in foods; GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. — Agents. er

TO-DAY PHOTOGRAPHS: on Broad _ Street. | Buildings, &c., appraised as follows:— infants’ and invalids’ foods; pharmaceu-

Envelope containing Photographs of The whole property appraised tO] tieal preparations, and will be entitled otiahecedé
at 11.30 A.M. young Bay—Reward. Phone 8416, EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY | 1, register the same after one month oe
: * 283.5111 | THREE POUNDS (£833.0.0.) Attached | from the 28th day of March 1951 unless

from Ethelbert Johnson for and towards

‘& some person shall in the meantime give
satisfaction, &c.

a FEARN vi notice in duplicate to me at my office

e CAT: | Lost on Saturday last, Siamgse

CTL

Male Cat fawn with brown face, lexs, N.B.— 25% gad to be paid on daw of opposition of such registration. ™
Avenue, Belleville. tail, blue cves. Maxwell's Coast Rel rd of purchase, trade mark can be seen on applica 7 jae.
Oe gee Telephone’ sit. 26.9.51in 7 eee ya, | at amy ofce MOTHERS AND MOTHERS TO-BE ae

Ritter ne remo and prinee es Provost Marshal.
WALLET Between Wednesday and| Provost Marshal's Office, P
Thursday last probably in Broad Street 24th. March, 1951. 28.3.51—2n
one Grey Camel skin Wallet Comte tr ing | epee: eens

owner's visiting card and other docu. FOR RENT

ments of value to owner Reward

offered on returning to Advocate Adver-} yinimum charge week 72 cents and
tising Dept. 28.3.51~20.) 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
7 words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a}

Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
28.3.51—3n,

CANADIAN SERVICE

From Halifax, N.S., St. John, N.B.
To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.

John MM. Btadon

Auctioneer,
’Phone 4640
NTATIONS BUILDING |

KNOW THE SHEER DELIGHT OF
SHOPPING FOR BABY AT



MAIL NOTICE





LOADING DATES



Expected Arrival

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ih. Dat dectown,
be word’ Sundays. Mails for Trinidad by the 9.8. Golfito | tatitax Hc Joho Manteant:(: Paton Sridestaven
FRETS rsa we WANTED HOUSES Nab be, cheare At te General Post Office . 88. “BEBCH HILL” . | 17 March ae his a Ape ial
* pervect ‘Mail at 3 p.m. on. the 30th FOGARTY S oi BENNY" . v6 31,-Mareh -- “ 16 Apr co
Minimum , charge ieek: TB Cente “C1 | scinnidhisinnntenteensinttieminiiasnignsaennisenteumimimiens biccon 1961 — a8 “POLYCREST 12 April | - 28 Apr. "
woite' & Menten Giri ioeohiord Cente *S wean Me tines S Section ae a, Registered Mail arid Ordinary’ Mail’ at 8.8. “FEGGEN' a8 # April + 29 April 10 May
a ain le astings, ‘acing a. alia! “ . . i ;
RE AL ESTATE word’ Sundays. Bath with Heater, Suitable one person | 1018 a.m. on the Sist March 1961. “RED STAR” DIAPER—24 inches wide alliance ets aa eta: as 5 taeda mae
| HELP or couple. Telephone 2949. a sins ¢ —10-yard packages at $5.29 per package U.K. SERVICE aa
; ce bg A» aa RA, Ge li Ad ertisin From Glasgow, Liverpool, Newport, London, anit {
y BUNGALOW: Modern Bungalow sit-. Kn 6 4 . Newport E tedu Aseival
J 0 ii Re COOK: Wants. Poations trained by | uated at gah Black ea R ss t own By V “RED STAR” DIAPER—27 inches wide Glassow Liverpool Swansea nétee rtd eeto wit, 2
veniences. al 2338. .3.51—t. fn, PB pe
yt aptoyh Gnasetinnnh ie tee fated penne eciann tite oried 10-yard package @ $5.42 per package 8.8. “SUNWHIT” 20 March | 17 March | 10 March 8 Apelle~
or abroad; reference given. Contact ; eee Pr pn if ind ge, a he pee 46 Meuek " pong jo Maxon | ag April 4
Josep! . 8.8. are ir ir ¥ nail 1
4 e wu ers ip igs ae oy Wardrobes and all modern conveniences, BABY MUSLIN SQUARES tes eae err re ae ae Tr earn i
Long lease preferred. Apply Mrs. Fried- d Pack: @ $7.20 ackage From Rotterdam, Antwerp, London Expected—Arrival i
man, Hotel Royal. 13,3.61—t.t.n, 12-yar ackage MISCELLANEOUS "Sieur, erie nae ot ss, “SUNAVIS” 15 March =17 March ~—s.27 March 2A. oe
MRL ADDON ricerca ra | RY RO epg ms vo OMBOR ae
La: Schweppes onic fater ris urch, Vallabie mmedia' iv. ” on | ~~
Bottles @ 36c per doz. Apply to John-or | Furnished, Fridge, Electricity and water. NICE d EASY BABY CAMBRIC i MARINER" ., 18 April 14 April 25 April : 11 May —-
& Redman, Roebuck Street. Apply Frederica” PitsPatrick Telephone an White, Pink and Blue @ $1.14 per yard Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED. _—— x
£8.3.51—Zn | 3835, 3 in ;
A.F.S., F.V.A. Phone 4703 i
' ENGINE: V-8 Ford 1937/38 @ h.p.| “FLOWER DEW” at Maxwell Coast The Money-Savin Way BABIES’ BIBS (White)—10c. each ee
Formerly Dixon & Bladon with starting motor in good condition. | Road, Right of Way to Sea, Good Bath- NICE M gany, Cedar, Birch. 5 — a ————— 4 =. — =
4 Also radiator if available, Dial N. Niles | ing, a Comfortable 3 Bedroom Cottage, 1 arid oth Bedstoade: Orudive, a
3213, 3078 27,.3.51—in | all Modern Conveniences, Fully Furn- ee % x go $9 to ry BABIES’ CHENILLE BED QUILTS @ $2 25 each _—
ished (Linen and Cutlery if required), |}] Vanity and other Plant and Wead- E — PASSAGES TO EUROPE
FOR S ALE ; ee tie ee 7 ee, ae Seer, a ee Sarna’ ‘ing-lamps Stools $12
‘ ery, o ina, silver a effie! e.| D 3111 after 9 a.m., D. F. de reu, . y ~
joinine ‘Royal Yacht Chib. nt ns | Auctioneer. = 49.9-0-30 1 sates is gronk Wlsty of ‘sises BABIES’ BOOTIES @ 66c; 78c, and 90c. per pair Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominia., for sail- i
— a 7 01 al 7 ~
} eeronanoaien ee Moonee 20.250 TPN, | se; ||| tyler 74. finishes for Dining. ing to Europe. The usual ports of ca)t-are Dublin, London, or
ty at Bachelor Hall, St. Jarues. IMMEDIATE CASH for broken Jewel- and other uses-—Morris, ‘Tub and BABIES’ MATINEE COATS @ $2.00 each Rotterdam, Single fare £70; usual rfiductions for children.

This land has

Frontage, ane of
trance drives in
handsome venue of Casurinas.
Is well ¢ ited with ornamental |
and fruit ng trees. Excellent

buy for ivate Residence or
Developr

a
f

wide Beach
the best en-
the Island. “A





b



John M. Hiadoa

REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
’Phone 4640





lery, gold nuggets, coins, ere, jade,

Antique Shop. Dial 429, re
ntique 5

° 20.2.51.—t.f.n.

» ie =

Happy Easter

&
G reetings”
And all the
8S eason’s best wishes

From___G. A. SERVICE

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FOOTBALL

Rush Suites and separate pieces



The Annual General Meeting of Sateas ieelnie ar OGpringiike
the B.A.F.A, takes place at the Cushions, $3.50 up.
Y.M.C.A. Headquarters, Pinfold i C
Street, on Friday March 30 at 8 DESKS with. flat or sloping ttinemecmnttn
P.m, ses—-Ward-
The Council of the B.A.F.A. See ann ike ieee mene
meets at the YÂ¥.M.C.A. Heid-
quarters, Pinfold Street, on Singer and other hand and

Thursday March 29 at 5 p.m.

c aking achines,
Club Secretaries treadle and Bootmaking machin

— $18 up—Mandolins, Banjos.

notified



that affiliation and Registration
forms can be obtained from the
Honorary Secretary Mr O. S&S.
Coppin.. C/o Barbados Advorgte L S WILSON
or at “Windsor Viila’’ Bay Street. * °
Oo. 8. COPPIN, .
Hon. Cecty. B.AF.A Spry St. Dial 4069















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ARE BEST BY TEST

DON’T ONLY OIL IT—GERM IT

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PAGE EIGHT



Legislative Council

@ From Page 5 its new
the Revolving Loan Fund for the arrears

approved strength but the
of work are being steadily








Rehabilitation of the Fishing In- worked off. I am sure, however,
dustry should be increased to that Honourable Members will
$50,000; item V, Lo , on page preciate that all cannot be
128 of the printed estimates has made spick and span in a trice
been increased from $494 to There are plans under considera-
$20,494. tion, plenty of them, such as a

The other amendment is in ‘ new refrigeration plant and abat—

spect ot Head Vill on page 126 yoir at the Public Market; the
of the printed estimates, under yew extension of the General
which it has been necessary to in- Hospital is not dead: a Pioneer
clude a revote of $200,000 for the j»q@ustries Bill and a Bill for a
construction of the new runway SuBLie Service , Commission are

at the Seawell Airport under consideration by Executive

Draft Estimates Committee at the present mo-

When the draft Estimates we 3 ment; the financial and otnne bp
being framed it was anticipated plications of the Deep ater
that all work on the new runway Harbour Scheme are being tackled.
would have been completed by When thé time comes for devel-
the 3ist March, 1951. Abnormal ¢pment priorities to be considered,
rains in February and other fac the East Coast Road will be con-
tors have, however, delayed the cigered along with others, But I

completion of the work, and a re- + oujiq make a strong plea for pa-




vote will be necessary for ex t o<
diture which cannot be, met nENce es Sena oes

Pete . f th urrent Since I arrived in this Island
bs Saat a . e curren’ 1 have vowed never to give a
een oct s to increase total firm promise that any particular
equncsiuce a Cc apital Works thing will be done by a particular
from $1,585,972 to $1,805, 972. The date for fear that, perhaps through
increased expenditure being met 0 fault of mine, the promise may
from the General Revenue Bal— Pt be kept. But, provided that
ance is $20,000, making the total there is no war or any other ma-—
expenditure from this source J calamity, I have hopes that
$575,884, and from C.D. & Ww everal matters, Which may seem

to the general public to be dead
cr moribund, will in fact be stirred

the total
ource

funds is $200,000, making
expenditure from this

$376,806. The overall effect of allfinto life before the time comes
amendments which have beenffior the next Budget to be pre-
made to the draft Estimates is 1 sented

reduce the anticipated surplus f¢ Hon. H. A. Cuke seconded the

1wotion. He then referred to an
nalysis of the budget for 1951—
02 which had been compiled by
him and circulated to hon. mem-
Tard L-rs, He reminded the Council
A Criticism irat he had been doing, this for

I wish to refer briefly to two 1 last three or four years.
further matters and then I shall This analysis was a digest of the

the year from $166,428 to $i 50,316
and the General Revenue Balanc
at 3ist March, 1952, fro

$3,923,544 to $3,887,432

have done. First, my attention budget figures under the various
has been drawn to a_ criticism Heads, he said.

that the Estimates have again “It is a rather difficult thing
been submitted late to the Legi to say that you ‘are having a
Jature. In Malaya there is @ Reserve Fund when in truth and
proverb “Biar berdawat biar in fact you have actually reduced

hitam”, the rough translation of your position,” said Mr. Cuke.
which is “If you are going to They would see from Table I. of
cover yourself with ink, you may the analysis, that there was a
as well do it properly”. surplus to General Revenue of

But it does seem to me that in $550,316, but against that there
this instance the Goverrment has weuld be drawn from General
been bedaubed with ink more Revenue Balance the sum of
liberally than it deserves. The $575,884. Therefore taking the
Estimates were laid on the Table overall picture into considera-
of both Chambers of the Legis ticn, an_ increased balance was

Jature on 27th February and not not really being created, it was
on 6th March, as was suggested being reduced.
in the criticism that I have read wir Cuke referred to the



Nevertheless I must admit that budget figures of 1940-—41 which
the Estimates have only come up he said he had mentioned last
for discussion in the Council s year, and stated that the expen-
few days before the end of the diture of the colony at that time
financial year. ‘This year the Was $2,424,398, This year if they
Acting Financial Secreltary—and [I left out Subsidisation which was
for that matter—had barely un- not an item then, the expendi-
packed our bags before we were ture would be $7,828,423. Those
pitchforked into the irksome task Of them who dealt in commerce
of preparing the Budget, but we would not be particularly shocked
will do our best to ensure that, by increased figures. It was

quite evident to everyone thar
with the increased cost of sup-
ylies, the increase in the cost of
iving and the increase in wages
and salaries, the expenditure of
for consideration rather earlier Government without giving any

greater service than what they

Social Services r
? r ~ had given before, had to go up
Finally, what of the future? I puistantially,

have read the suggestions in the Mr
Press that the Government is not hak
interested in the development of

despite the late receipt of esti-
mates from Heads of Departments
and other delays of one sort or
another, next y« the Estimates
are forwarded to the Legislature








Cuke
direct and

then referred to
indirect taxation, In

: i 1940—41 he sai i as
social services or the encourage - 7 aid, indirect taxa
ment ‘of new industrial enter- “90 was 7.8 per cent, today it
i The e sl sgestions sim ly was 57.9 per cent. Direct taxa-
PhIsCs oe eae S SIMDIY tion was 29.2 per cent, it was

are not true. , 7
I have referred already to the oe oe tg
need for an examination of the i
resourees of the Island before an
ordered plan of development can
be formulated, and would remind
Honourable Members of the pas--
sages in the Acting Colonial
Secretary’s Budget Speech last
year and His Excellency’s Ad-~
dress to the Legislature on the jt was not nossible for commer.
opening of the Leg'slative Session oj) firms 10 build up their busi
of the current year, in which posses with direct taxation at the
ed ee i Pet aee tiie high rate it was at. In actual
yeakness oO ve adaminis “actice > ar »
trative machine and the way in Peeing 4b ee cont os ti ethane
which, in the Secretariat in par- jy’ taxation, and depreciation al-
er ore bee ee ap ne lowances were on the low side.

n 1e Estimates hich ar :
before Honourable Members to not soeaat' Lie, eae
day there is provision for a large fy) as one might believe from ot
increase in Personal Emoluments, good revenue that had come in it
but I would remind Honourable yecent years. He felt that a Cat
Members that by no means all cession was near, and that was
the new posts have yet been filled. why it was all the more neces-
i earls of provision for poe sary for the Estimates Commit-
n the Estimates does not of itself te ini ? ,
Seles itor orebiam. tee to scrutinise carefully every

. item of expenditure.
The Secretariat : : :

So far as the Secretariat is ,, He was saying with sincerity
concerned, it is still two short of that the commercial community
was reaching the limit of their

taxable capacity.
_ He thought that where the Na~
tional Debt was concerned they
were in a_ fairly healthy state

cent.

Cuke said he was not at
all happy about what he consid-
ered the rather inflationary state
of affairs that existed in the is-
land. He did not believe that
people fully realised the tremen-
dous financial strain which com-
panies were undergoing. Capital
costs were increasing rapidly, and







Traffie Don't

but in saying that, he would
No. 12 caution the government against
making rash loans, bearing in

® mind that the provision of a deep
DO NOT LET water harbour was of top priority.
YOUR CHILDREN PLAY He thought they should husband

a ane all their resources for the carry-

IN THE STREETS ing out of that project. It was a

@ project that would require a large

amount of money, and Govern-

Space mage available by ment should not spend rashly on
CANADA DRY schemes of less importance.






















for Safer Motoring He seconded the motion that
. the bill be read a second time.
| They They'll Do Tt Byer ‘Time been emda
oe Soest eis Sera =e eee
Togerourst _/ iva sew Tar "THEN WHO
ALL; ANGINA BUTTON ON? CAN YOU \\ TAKES THE RAP
HAS’ TO WA!T GET THAT SFOT OFF THE FOR SENG

LEFT LAPEL? GET ME THAT
MITE ON WHITE SHIRT AND
THE PURPLE TIE WITH THE
| TURTLES ON “LEATHER CUFF:
LINKS “PURPLE SOCKS +A
SHOE: LACE-WHERES

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LATE € IS THIS
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BARBADOS ADVE OCATE



Two Records Set
Pass 1951—52 Budget Upat Combermere * :

K. S. LEWIS, Class II athlete of the Champion Set, C,
scored 18 points to become Victor
School Sports yesterday.
Two records were set up and one equalled ;
Class HI high jumper
record 4 feet 8% inches, scaling the bar at 4 feet 10 inches.
H. A. Niles, a Class II discus thrower, hurled th discus “4
82 feet 11 inches, beating the old record 82 feet
which was set up only a year ago.

which tied with B,
Ludorum at Combermere

meet.

The time for the 80 yards in

class V, 11 1/5 seconds, was
equalled by C! O.. Gill.

The day was a good day of
sports with keen rivalry, but for
the grand jumping of R. C.
Forde, a lithe, loose jumper,
there was not much individual
brilliance.

The victor ludorum, Lewis won
the 440 yards race and the long

jump, He came second in the 100
end 220 yards.
The best long distance runner

Combermere has on the track is
K. S. Barrow who won by a zlepr
margin the 440 and 880 yards dis-
tances, His times, however, were
not very impressive,

In G. N, B. Grant there seems
to be sprinting ability He is a
small class TI runner who did
the 100 yards in 10 4/5
and the 220 yards in 25
win both races.

Tony Wickham who won- the
Qld Boys’ race at Harrison Col-
lege at their sports last week
also won the Combermere, Old
Boys’ race.

School Champion

OLIVER JORDAN of Set B end-
ed up Victor Ludorum when the
Alleyne School held their Ath-
letic Sports on Thursday. Jordan
headed Division 3 with 30 points,

The race for Champion Set was
between A and B. Set A won by
only half a point and the poms in
order were: 4 107, B 106% and
C 65 points.

The highlight of the day was the
80 yards race in Class 4 when C.
Batson and St. E. Licorish, both

of Set B., tied for first place. Bat-
son got off to a late start, but
soon after caught up with his rival.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) March
30
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water; 8.04 am., 9.54

' YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to Yester-
day: .36 in.

Temperature (Max.) 85.5°F

Temperature (Min.) 67.5°F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.,
(3 p.m.) N.N.E.

Wind Velocity: 9 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.910,
(3 p.m.)29.849







seconds
2/5 to}

Mrs. R. S. Bancroft beat Mrs. C.'S Pari paid: $1.84 The Jester; $1.78 Bud- Pari paid: $2.54 The Atom; $1.90 Battle
Lee 6—1, 8&—6. dha. Song; ‘$1.24 Bread Boy
LADIES’ DOUBLES Forecast: $13.12. Forecast: $63.72.
Miss G. Pilgrim and Miss 1. Lenagan S =
beet Mts M. Legge and Miss D, Austin
2, 6—3
ana COME, SEND OR PHONE US YOUR ORDER.
Mrs. A. Warren and W. H. Nurse beat } °° CRE = 2
Miss L. Branch and W. A. S. Crichlow NESTLE’S CREAM NESCAFE
6-2, 6—3 eatin. Sapisink we QUAKER OATS TINNED CHEESE
{G. H arivuane and ”. Mc. G. Patterson TINNED HAM



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What's on Today

Court of Grand Sessions—10
a.m.

Meeting, St. Joseph Vestry,
when members will ap~-
point Churchwarden, Poor
Law Guardians, Tax Relief
Committee, Inspector of
Trees, consider sanitation
estimates for 1951—52, ap-
prove the sureties of the
oT Treasurer—1,00

Resulay Monthly meeting of
Chamber of Commerce
when member; will con-
sider the appointment of
Vigilance Committees for
each of the leading sec-
tions of trade and the inad-
equate representation ou
the Legislative Council—
2.00 p.m.

Athletic Sports, Queen’s Col-
lege—2.15 p.m.

Police Band plays at Mental
Hespital—4.00 p.m.

Annual General Meeting of
the Clerks’ Union to re-
ceive Committee’s report
and elect officers for ensu-
ing year—4,30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema gives show
at Lascelles Plantation
Yard, St. James—7.30 p.m.
CINEMAS

“Francis’—5 & 8.30 p.m,
“The Flame

— 445 & 8.30

Globe —
Plaza (Bridgetown)
and the Arrow”



(Oistin) “Stampede” and
ndian Agent’ — 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Aquatic — ‘The Boy with the

Green Hair’ — 56 & 8.30 p.m.
Empire — "The Blue Lagoon” —

445 & 8.30 p.m.





Roxy — Sherwood
Forest’ — 445 & 8.15 ,

Royal — “Atom Man ys. Super-
man" — 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.

Olympic “Sing While You
Dance” “The Unknown" —



450 & 48.15 p.m,







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FOLKS“BUT MEH-HEH- )
YOU KNOW HOW THESE
WCMEN ARE WHEN IT
COMES TO GETTING
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iy

beat A. O'N, Skinner and V Hutsar
§—1, 6—1

Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P Ta
beat H. L. Toppin and Dp. I
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be:



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ootma
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time: Mrs,

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; WAVECREST
3 inches | SUNGLEE

Pari paid; $8.78 Miss Fiika, ’ $2.06 Pari paid: $4.48 Assurance; $3.60 Bache-
Warecrest; $1.89 Sungice lor’s Day; $1.24 Princess Rassiyya.
Forecast: $86.60. Forecast: $64:24
De as, TROPHY TPD TROPHY
v SUNNY GAM (Yvonet) DEVON MARKET (All)
Savannah Clnb THE GAUNTLET (A, Josepn) FOOTMARK (Newman)
LANDSCAPE (Newman) Pari paid: . $3.60 Devon Market; $1.12

paid:




ennis Tourtiament &:

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

$76.36

THE JESTER
BUDDHA ‘Ali
ARTIST'S MODEL

LADIES’ SINGLES (Semi-Finals)







MIXED DOUBLES ‘Handieap}

rs. R. Challenor and K." Mason 15

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pat Miss Ena Bowen and G, O'N. Skin-
ner—% 15 64, 9—7.
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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES '
MIXED DOUBLES
Miss G. Piyrim and G, H. Manning

vs

vs.

Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and P. Patterson
vs. Mrs. D. Worme and 9D. f. Lawless.
MEN'S DOUBLES
J. W, McKinstry cid A. F. Jemmott

ys.

IV athlete, got one of his
broken yesterday
School sports.
tempting a high jump

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Savage vs
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loss of vigour and manhood, weak memory }
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A. M. Wilson and F. D. Ba
Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P. Taylor] %
. R. S. Nicholls and T, A. Gittens. s
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MIXED DOUBLES (Handicap)
and Lady

Miss 3. Wood and J. D.1Q pm



WRIST BROKEN

J. BURKE, a Combermere Cle

wrists
at Combermere |
He fell after at-}





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, nervousness, impure blood, sick-
a
ry is in pleasant, éasy-to-
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at your money back, A spe-
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costs little, and the
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you, *
janhood and Vitality

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The Members of
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invite you to their

At
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Queen's Park Wr te,
On
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MARCH, 10951



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Refreshments on Sale
PLEASE NOTE: There will be
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+ Race meeting saw
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Devon Market.
Rita Scott's

ature of the meeting
ster Guineas

~ ’ : ster s _ Pari paid: $418 Seaweed; $1.54 Sun
R. C. Forde beat the old We" to The Jester II. Result Jewel; $4.66 Determine.
, were as folloy Forecast: $21.72.

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the
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the

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$17.72 Blue Grass Il; $2.48
Mahal.

paid:
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Forecast: $1,494.84.

MARABELLA STAKES

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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 88, 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE THKH Legislative Council Pass 1951— 52 Budget • rrcm Page V control llc.nl XXL1I, Medical Reftitration of Voters fur the contribution from lie* ea* w -i remain, t undei the Eduvat. %  i-nt yrar Page .it.tici.illy hih due Scrv the and Insulin for ram about |13.230 represent* ure of W60.0UU. Lcrson.. revote of money not spent Hi the These itemi. togethci Anlibiot ir nps roniequen' t f —tme p l of Indi '•^ *\ >rt May, M.OOO; Heed XXVTlI. Subsidies current financial year" %  Mnts, Item 40 (Contribution Honourable members will to the newly formed B W I. Metethat an amount of SI.076.780 i>t.s for 'jle of postage stamps corn upon the lt*50, sad unexpected sale in London during April of stamps of the old Issue Revenue has also been abnortiuartert mally increased bv the sale i which h, from itith February. 1951. of two $3744 %  special stamps to commemorate y C |-vice-. '11 of the Urn ve Indies Amendments Against an estimate.! of 110.579.612 is set nenditurr of $10. into account amendment '..m..tcs this now stands at 296, which is $563,000 more than the revised estim.it*' joeiii, Other Scrvt Medical Regiitilt em forthcoming; Vl His election CM _._ contribut this Ital E%peiiditur< Ha 19 11 rides the > Loan A. I, 1925. is to be expended on add -ion a I accommodation at th the St Levi'ml's Hoys' School, for e:timated surplus, stated In the which .1 total expenditure of tabled Estimates to be S10ti.42. M8.IM has been included under which, as a result of amendments Head 1. Hem 4 logical Services with Headretained in Head XLII, Controls, to the draft estimates has now R Trinidad S3.6i>0i. Subsidies, etc, for the subsidisateen reduced to a Otfurr or llteV tince been increased to tlon of Foodstuffs This is less 318, may, as the Memorandum to provide for increased than last year* figure by $37,220. the Estimates puts it, be f„irl> lecordance with reIf. after the convulsion of war. presented as a budget cushion of Unexpected Balance lK peeled balance the Water* COrsunatkdaUoaa made by the Conthere had been a steady "return" approximately $35UOO which 5?U2*L ".I'lL'itw^^,.!'.,.. ference held recently in Trinidad, to pre-war normality, it had been should assist budget (-lability in SJSltoiues for whichT an^lrnount Item 41 an Act, 1928. and the Local VSVlK^.. ^SJKF money thereby released could thonsed works together with those Loan A.;. 1 %  *+1. to meet a portion Ve T *'' 000j; Head xxt ^be used lor other compensating works which JIC ..umciemK urgent of the amiri,>;iled .•xi-.ndHurr on 1 ^"(Production costs of 2.Z00 purposes to warrant their bring undertaken new hot in amount toe Eh* current year, and' almost I 0 1 'J[ Um whlth ll %  to produce locally, having been trained ring the past year .... provided by CD At iji'ion of the Service which has Head XXXI. Item 16. Emigration. Legislative Session 1950—61. If the I been effected during the course of (The amount has been increased present cost of subsidisation. $800,000 more than the original estimate for the current year. Estimates Committee was aware that, due mainly to the Reorganl -ing Emoluments from MC.000 to SIOO.OOOi 5835"aSSnf SSM w <**"" !" !" *">'.^?2o,. • ISt ^? 1 transport M, Ir. passing 1 should mr-ntion %  V* 1 !" "' lJT!, l S,! b J" " thai the toul Increase In salaries I* !" """Head XXM1I, A.rport and mill is ..f lha s.rder of T !" expenditure m the EstinislUO.OOO lip Personal Emoluates under Other Charges und meats and other CharKM. > With N £h Returrent amount* to !>3.330. this unavoidable Increaa*" In mind, wnieh I. nearly double the amount The Committee concluded that it '""" IM0-5I Estimate. t2.3:t6 1 ^culd only achieve its avowed Tri'" reflects the recent develop... cujacls of balancing the budget and menu at the Airpon. and pcrhai "V" ""*" ''"' "' prodding a cushion vvh.c-h would I Is perllnenl to mennon in pa'!"!" „! n lnl '": i ? be set aside for use In tad year-., "7 "t consideration Is bei.ntf E2*J SS. Jl.1 vhicli. at a figure of over $1,000.Uaa lo Hat proposal to r pasa lie set aside for use In b.-id vear-.. ,n K that consideration Is belnu Ina to anoasf in. r.-ases In Kiven to raising the Ices charged Annually Recurrent expenditure %  "le Airport to bring them Into V -he „-ce..,,y for such inline with Ihe-e charged at com. £'"-2Jffi„ " VPmaimT plalnl> -liowii to f* airports In Ihe West JS-^JETTSlL IZ. . n " 7 " '\-"> ' P" !" ' '• nmodiutel. 28.688. The corresponding figures """"ner an ncream to. cost lor passengers hy sea are 10 I9H P Tln ol certain commodities. The and 9.634 „, 1849 and 1850. re• %  •* W |U _• n increase In the spectlvely Head XXXIV. OovP !" 9* Grade E flour by | eminent Electrical Inspector, lien %  JOBUaall before a new development proof tU6.tKs> has been vole.1 under producer Sllbsioisation gramme, based on the fiscal surHead II. Item 5. n Jamaica As Ills Excellency Ihe Govemoi V ey. can be drawn tap. A summary ., . .. with funds pointed out in his Address to the of the proposals is act out in par. NrM i W ,K '•" W 55621: larglslature at the opening of the .graph 13 of the Memorandum and !' "IfK"''?, '!'.,i '' F"'!! ,, Tai!L, iKild. however, draw a ten. chureh JIld Su b-|.o.t om.e a! *^s*S 'A-ncSt,idir:."!hr,a,s,r;; -fin-s ;: srr Se ir 1 utKi ap SS ""HH Loj, "" whK ''' w,,h ""' St" "' ""^••" rural haSS* A be available a sum exceeding J20 ft491.SH4 in the year 1931—32 duly -rtlon ol the land will he used ai million lor J bold plan of long added, will bung the lol..l esn-n -it.fo. %  new H.df Moon Fort term development directed tooiture i.alnn Advances to lehoot. and aerc Ix to be ae wards a major and general adii.:83.3u. side as plarlng Held An ad vanee in the general economy ol n w i|| be seen in paragraph 14 dillonal %  three roomed house' the IMond. ... t ibe Memorandum that it is ire to be built on Government But further conwderalion ot propoKd. Mibjeet to the enactHousing Kstotes. Th. same amuuni such poUcy must be deferred for mi-rH of the necessary amending (1114.000) JS was voted for the the present. Expenditure on legislation, to UM the uiiext-ended current sear is to be spent on foodstufTs ha* balances of 4 loans, on Capital tenantry road* and $100,000 it as far no Is work* The amount of $11 9'1 • '* %  **" 5 practicable at the current var 1 level. The rdvised figure for .-.-,. -.-.-=i.::rr^^n:r-r:=::ri::ol bounty 'buTEstlrn^e^'cstmrn,.. ".^hnlca! lasulpn-nt. .10.000 Ml thai the only was to adopt trier sensible Wha, knof ;alted ilsh will, however. u remain at its present level and so %  the price of all other The largest departmental are in respect of other criticism.; may be ^.Mucation which *Jj -" subsidised foodstuffs. ^S^^J\hX^SS^ m^^L^^H^Txmt Loc> Work ^ouldnot be litS ,2> (:en "-' HP*tl. which It expected that the -upply of '"iSsroS^reserutini^ jj *""•' • !" *££iJZ2l ^V'Vof'V propoaal for Annuallv HeIO increases in staff and improved marked increaw-as a result of th Mirrnf.-vl Non recur, o.u cxpeiiV !" **"" 1 *' meh wlU ** .th great care and efTecie.l n9c ^ m better jerviccs to '• S ' SnvC SSfe-^S .!Si!u r ~iai n the question of controls, and provision has been made for the continuation of controls existing basis in view of the sharp Social Welfnre appears for the deterioration In the world situa'-"• first time M .. fully fledged detion during the current yenr. and ir:.illy Hecurrcnt Expenditure, iho ___, t .mount ontered In the Katlmate, P r ) men ^L h fcr this year is the same, or les-i titan that entered last year. gfcllmute* Committee realised ,nv Heads of Depjirtni.-nt.. ..ill not find it easy to man-uc on Ihe sums that hive been allotted it. them, in view of stendlly inot mate' uiis. but iccomineiiui-d that a circular. should be lssue"* f f ( M l i mC1,l,le i ^ W '"' "^ ^ T^eT Member* will wish me to dwell Department has been carrying Kesrrvc Fund .t length on the individuM items * W U^od work for which in The Special Reserve Fund, which ol Annually Recurrent and Non""^ view *." ha s "**\d miufflvai created under the Reserve Keeurrent expenditure It mac *f nl cred,t Wa nd "" J Fund Loan Act of 1940 is only ufflce to ny that Annuallv R.'ruminating overlapping and of | lllfll ded for use in the event of I urrent (M.6M.IW7) shows in ind fl ,n l £?, SSilS i '' !" !^ Cll 'frophe such as a hurricane crease $21o\$0 over the orig-nor the Social Welfare Officer more There is patently an urgent i il estimate for last year and Nan Prwifly •""<• •" present being lo cre u* a Revenue Euu.ili Recurrent ($1.938 226) an Increase considered M arttvely as the Fund, to which contribution., can of $288 254 over the flifure for pressure of other business will be made in good years, and which last year. permit. ctn be drown on to meet a t Among the more notable items Additions ptitry recession in revenue UO Head XX. Education. Item "84 Last minute additions to the prevent a retrenchment of (Text Boolui for Elementary draft Estimates include, "inter public services in bad years. Schools — $28,292); Head XXI. alia". ;m increase of $500 under It is not unfitting that the in: Department of Science and AgrlHead XXIX, Item 52, to provide contribution should be made I culture. Item 75 (purchase of furniture and stationery for the vear of bumper crop. It is approSpraying; Apparatus and materinewly arrived Director of Petropriale. too. that advantage should nls, $1,450 for experiments, in the leum and Natural Gas. and a new be taken of the increased revenue use of Aldrin in sugar cane pest item 57 to provide $16,000 for the in the coming year to restore th* 'PHEIR good looks tell yoa they're just right. You know, loo, i%hen you look at the price Tp ^rf.: T"\ *•>, that yu ean t j.'i nner i / ^Jf( e^-2r-^> %  Two ton iS^^ the John White Gu "' nlf ^'f&y\ s^s"^.}. which means juu right 7 H l l V^ ^ seacUnE stores in Barbados. made by tog, tbat you can't pet finer value. Illustrated Tied to every pair is Shidd—the sign Look for it in ding stores in JOHN WHITE means made just right Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay ail •> %  a. i a.nWin. W Hrh D'OrUK SrB I-'urtii-e l^^ UHf. %  Srti l-ri.Um O B Sih Wotutawful Coui.M-.Htr V-rt.i Bitauroo am Lu.-iu* MS" arii AgnivALa *M Lad; Rodo*). 4.SM ton* Ml' Cp Lr aunt from si VMMBl St-haMner Philip H na.kJaon. K ion. ftr*l. (ram W" H I**/ Rad) taol ion i -: i l* n.jiu n i INDIGESTION Relieved By ONE DOSE Of This Famous Remedy Don't lei IndigcMion make your meal, amiseiy 1-etiu-t on.sW of MM I .FAN BRAND STOMACH ]OWOFR bring you relief' Thi. farnout rrmrdv relieves pain %  nd diwomfoit quicUy and effectively because it i> a perfectly balanced scientific formula. Try MAi I BAN BRAND STOMACH l*0DPR to-day! Im|uir\ Adjourifcd Haai in: in the inq,Liiry "' ,,n ireumstances surrounding tin itath of Horace Taylor was djourned yesterday until A|>n 0 b) mi Worship M. A. J. II .hinwlwll whi. is sitting for Mr % A Mil^-od who is at present %  ii two awtUsf leave. The inquiry was started by Mr UTcLeod. Bocaca Taylor who was *tter known as Lynch or •Statue" of Da^h Gap, St. Vhrh.u-I. ,|ie Vttt) Iiumotoi Mil M-I2H* while %  MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER Quickly Relieves FLATULENCE ACIDITY HEARTBURN NAUSEA STOMACH PAIN and BILIOUSNESS due to Indigestion Be lure v>>u or-tam genuinr MACLEAN BRAND STUMAt H POTER with the ngnature AI-EX. t: MACLEAN". A cop ot Jrluiou* 'Oesliine' at l>lilm, will help you —a> i( lielp* countle ilimii.i.,1. I.I %  >). %  the beac kind of deep tvrr> mglii. Tliit n.l, peaceful tlep f, for •Ovsltia*' Is pr| air.l %  -d\ Ir. mN.it HK %  lint-t ( %  1.. The •ptvial •ooil.tng which 'OvaliiBst' provide* raUcvca • teniion. help* von to rl*x %  nd quickly prrparca the war for •U*p. And wli.lt you .leep 'Ovaltine' provtdr* nourithi %  tnmcth and energv. That I* why •Ovarriae' U *srervwh*r* acknow. Itdgtd u the World'a beat sulghf-cap. SJ4 >m aHigkt fisi by aU C*r"Ttf( andStvni. Oval tine _^ Jiref/Nature's Sweet Restorer 4M U. K. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM Ltd.



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PAGE TWO BAItlt.\IM ,\|.l( Ml WEDNESDAY, MARCH I Qahib Qallbiq S IR JOHN SAINT. Mr F A Bishop and Mr Stanley KntCh who attended the Rice Confcrenc on %  short C. and W. OfficixU A KIilVlNt. E i.., M it w i A DavM and Mr Arthur Super of Cable and Wireless I.tn's itoud Ofliec ti> London. utuched to the BtaR %  lfcimitmcnt then offlelal vifcit. they knit t the Ocean View Hotel POCKET CARTOON b> OSBFRT LANCASTER %  l lAiim If onlft loir tu mm luu. Virnr. IA>l D LiAy Ltttlenimv'on pT>i.*ft in Vr drier(O piav llnad'Cr n 4W* V*ccn Virfortn, 43 WELL *S oroonurtwo f*e icJ*daarpio ((' ooudntw to a" lops o' lapaf roj>rn*ufl'( from III? Women's frmf iiut 'Running Round The World" B.B.C. Radio Programme mmui *cii M. mi '/////VW/V/V// E LIGIBLE for what will lembershlp ot %  club In the world ^re West Indian"* ithlctcs McDonald Bailey and Arthur Wii.t On] son i* entitled to join no far and be la Roger Bannister, the Oxford -. miler The club Is lo i alhlcti* who have made a ...mpletr global lour, taking pell In athletic events In different countries on the way. Mac Arthur and Roger Bannister rtuelif) b) riason of then receiW trip to the New Zealand Centennial Games via the Middle East and the return via the BtatSS, Founder of the ChlO is Mac himself who feels ti..il such I world tour should be commemorated. Any other amateur athletes who may in the future make similar trips will be entitled lo admission. Club mem t-crs ar. to be Issued with a badge ol the world inscribed with $e Latin Inscription "Term Clreum i .i rough translation of which is -Running Round Ihe World" Governor'a Viait %  m pTostamn is n > n> %  n, ClMS k I' SO i a m — is :• n. c p m Mania latt >a-:i I— DM II .IT 1" U m B m Prom th Thli 1 H" I>. Thr Nr.%. 7 10 |. I | Ttw Ar mm.ay Ms 4 .1 1 in 1' ,...1. •--—li ....... l m. j i WBWTA \ MUSSS smm* I psUlrs aver MWSAMLower Broad Street 111 \l riHI. AFTERNOON, COCKTAIL and EVENING GOWNS i SAYITRDAY MORNING until U.. Tel 2684 \i}\ A TM'I'I.I II I IMM % (MemboriOnly) MATINEE : TO-DAY AT i M P.M. TO-NltillT |W IO-MOKROH NIGHT AT H 30 HKO prsaeanx "THE BOY WITH THE GREEN HAIR" In Colt.by Terhnieolor Starring : PAT O'BRIEN : ROBERT RYAN BARBARA HALE DEAN KTtM KWF.l.I. as The Boy" I % % %  %  i-m Same Plane been M Back To Trinidad ISS AGGH KONG ten weel l~\^ Perbedoi M ii \< ii.ii" i turniKi t.i Canada by _,„,.„. i(iun|[ is in the textile l>UNine>-\ \ He H v lUi H lb 11 Co. LANS tun pleted ti „ new Governor of Jamai.-a, to pav tn n special visit lo the Turks and nd Mrs. W. Caieos Islands on his way to ii have reKingston. With his wife and fani TC.A. Mr. iiy. sir Hugh was due to C'otnpDM-r of thr w. 10* p Ti.-m A. ...!•' pit p m. nnfa RaUIni *M L %  v*>jm mouth •ii from Saturday by the ship, Cavlna a special call M Allen F at Turin Island and will stay -i ;i,v,. ,,, v i n n*ii.n Stuart who spent three weeks' mere for three or four t 5oT She i,; i y .l AquX holiday h.„. Mr S, ,„. Bl, Hugh make, hi. lour ol Owd , "l'D.ri !" r,l A in '-mo'iAMo! "'' '• vl "' """i""" Cotton r„. F Mrr, nd Ml w,Tk.„.l b) W I.A. alu-i wcl1 %  • Since March 3rd M" beg CLARKNl ;: C HALFOUR Wlnnlpac Controller ol %  idaying in I. pervisor 0J Construction of T. insptttion. He will then resume 3r ,, hag jeiurrrt^ ,„ Canada b Eaton CO TIPW >•"hi llarbahis Journey on board the Carina T.C A. He was :i. Arrived By "Rodney" %  ' %  WMty. to Jamaica. Marine Hotel SVJSSHSl *"" Air Diicuiaion. H*re for a Month T c p., %  Xf ol llH.kej.Drug SSOfl I. \-. M. ritoi B.G p erd xxriNC COMDII L A.ECOLES. TaiR. JOE KINC, who is wan m(f( •'" SrtiW !" OvM AV,:,„U„ to -i..Cr-rlbbMn fnaehl u £?-**5fe lc K ,, g hu wi who and Miami chirmg Whlcll tune he arrived on Thursday^ They are Back to Toronto ** pu lealmg with staying at Aquatic Garde M R. an a.i-.n '.rattle i -i in or the Alieho Co nd construeTheir *o Peter who came leatlons for the Easter week-end returned eteondofka] on Monday afternoon by B.W LA. Other passengers returning on Monday who hud spent the Eartei for U.S. Holiday week-end HI II. BB KITA THOMAS A IPitta, Mr. ">' the tranrevenseno Mr*. F. w. Mortxy '"" "' oumpxnled b] all end Beg, W F Wilson of Tmonto K here Mirth M to i p the i i T.C A lV-f' LobJ m Ci i:>niiti: TiKlav and T*iorrouI I .'. in |i in J Ai hW I'ai.k I •• Till: III.11: uooon wilh lean SIMMONS, Donald HOUSTON, ;i'..l l.mps HAYTEK ROYAL Tcday Only—5 A 8 30 p.m Final Inst. Columbia S-rial %  mm vi v n. BUNBUUN* Starring I one and orily Superman with Kirk Alyn and Lyle Talbot OLYMPIC PROFESSOR WU-LI-WONG? To-nite8.30 GLOBE Theatre TO-MORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m. '. know if ftm will marr\. tt.ivl. I rhiltlren, riches, happiness'' To know your 1 Numbers^ Have you lost or anyone stolen anything (rot wish to know when to buy or sell any but pro] Is your sweetheart deceivlnc you? Are you MCK and cannot be cured'' Which profession sulti you beat? Alk me in important question in row Ufe". Do not matter how difficult. 1 will answer for— / SEE! I KNOW! I TELL! FREE COUPON—PRIVATE READING. You arc privileged to ask only 3 questions, place same in an envelope and gen3 M to 1>H. WONC. c/o Globe Theatre wWrt must reach me not later than 1 p.m. on the> day* of my show When huvlng your ticket at night tell the CMnler_ym gnd you will receive your anawei i sealed envelope NAja IN nn i WHIM BO WtD yu bg Mtling. PIT. HOtSE or BALCONY? Question No. I. oilier paper bendr I'd* Coupon Cap to spend sl\ months* holiday with ham. M Joan S:-kol. BYTHEWAi Wandcrinf; Wainwrif/hti M Its KACHCOMBOt SHOT rant! otii n i Wijokawookahoo%  the KuMMxawfea I cursed under his breath. Then, seizing his tomahawk, he t like u snuke thi'uuh the Titrowth. Once he paw i MUa plum' n %  < mottled egg The bird Hew awav, t-rving chee-chee. i Imltai l the cry. til on Ihe deserted rgu Then he .i-nt forward again, i inn loirn t.i ,i sweeap %  > i crocodile lay In UM "un. la/.ly fliekin? fllea off his bodv with a :oly tall. Th< CnJnne leg in the water When Ihe crocodile saw him. and began to move purposefully towards him. }aws open. At th;it moment a rhlnocetv en lo drink, blocking the Chief's retreat The advanced alowly, wttli niurder in its ejS TOMORKOlV The MM swamp. Thv Pvril* of BoiiMlinn t. PICTURI of RaeksnaehBildt l\ v. ... i xilng; rei >II .in .tdventure of mini In • % % %  <-. inn in.niv years afO l boastlni Of my great : i r i f 1 endnviiiice wli'ii .I lid, "Can you wrestle*" 1 saldi i had once heen the i i hamplon. 'Well. that big fellow over there is the tuuppion," N..iit the li^h crmnn. and'led me over to an m:m The fcherniaii who I was. and the mountain isfld, "You don't look like a wresfler to mc" That's what Uun all sal log DM in th, run:," 1 replied, he asked. "Brads in* Butcher," I said. "Hakimoto" irw Japanese Thun %  derboll. Fred Farmer, Tegewich. All Muled Bey. and B fa xl "Kever heard of 'cm." said he. more, I bellevi i eouU bend you in two mid I In half before you knew I'd start c't." "i believe you could." I "I'm ;i bit rusty. Have a When he su frlindh bout, I said, "You proh;. h\. don t • rental In the Lelcc*i. n '..u Bed sure, i don't," %  %  I hi nowling; wiih lauahter. and giving me a push A G ,RI SHEETS so ..oo 77 7.68 'TABLE CLOTHS 2.73. 2-. 3- 7 vVh-le and Border* %  NAPKINS ,, 21" n jr' EViMS WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 5i;^K!t !" JS9SS-SSl&



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UIIIMsb.W. M.iKl II 28. I SSI ii >i.ii \i II is ,\nv(K'An. PAGE FIVE Legislative Council Pass 1951 — 52 Budget tram Pagi included for Hie continuation of the road improvement programme )Q.O00 will bo spent on Ue eon%  traction of nuck wells designed to reduce th< risk of the CCsMtttu .ion River fli>uJiiig dining permit hi .iv rainfall Baj Street "Windows" tions contained In the interim reAn item of $5,200 has been In* %  "' ot ,nc Committee appointed eluded. I am glad to say. to opan *>>' Hll Excellency to NMTt nn up "window" In Bav Street overessential requirements at the Air looking the ata. $26,000 has been P" rl which hai-ecn laid on th of UiC Margarita Channel east-bound to the Ciirupana coast of VW according to a cablegram received at the local Harbour and Shipping Department. All ships and aircraft nwrlng IB the vicinity have been requested keep .i look out for the musing man. "BLUE NOSE MAC" ON DRY DOCK .1.,. >.M. II. Iba (by dock were rolling over again ye*lvrda> •.,. i.ik. up the •choonei Mur N§w Mac for icp.nrDock workers stalled to prepare ber hull for paintinir shortly KflSH ahe A-as up on dock. The schooner Is expected to be off her British Gu Mil a — Barbados run for iiboui week, sini, i onafcgna I lo UM Schooner Owners' Asaoelation DIED SUDDENI Y KUii t ;nodridgc of Graiettes. Black Rock die.l sajdaVnij .ii hag home about 12 25 am JN Ml •nornlng Her body was Inter taken '.o the Public Mortuary whenMat Mortem examination was performed oy Dr. A. S Ashby \ attributed death to natural rau TABLE 11 Expenditure us per Estimates Add Increase on the Printed Estimates Deduct Refunds Customs See Contra .., „ Ineome Tax ,. Dcpuitmental Receipts „ ,. .. '.. Post Office and Estates „ Contribution to Ooital Budget and General Reserve Current Expenditure Net .. t, %  .. Administrative Costs Pensions nnd Charges of Public Debt l ..r/ and Order and the Administration of Justice PUBLIC SERVICES (a) Roads Water (c> Agriculture .. % %  *• td> Shipping and Airpori .. .. it Fire Brigade -• %  • (O Public Market .. .. .. •• at SOCIAL SERVICES id) Education .. • %  >• (b) Medical • (c) Old Age Pensions (d) Churches .. .. u (e) Grants (f) Housing .. Emigration $ EalBrtaa and Wages 5.900.451 60.3 Supplies & Services 3.718.876 36.1 Charges Public Debl 158.166 —* 1.6 ,1t,4t1 100 H.W.I. Dollars 10,409,184 16.112. 53.80<' 190.000 872.24 4.009 Grow Lii IWrrlpU •!,15J 225 MUM 39.037 1.IM.NS 62.268 813515 134.250 709.293 G05.SS4 290.955 314,299 33B.2H7 47,095 292,202 I7S.2M 153.730 31.589 42.(22 28.245 14.377 40.287 I 1 10,312 29,955 1.882,1:2 1.100 1.881.372 1 ,-iHM 75.087 1.194.622 475.000 473.000 9,S7I 98.371 47.675 47.575 21.234 22,254 1.078.780 1.070.780 137.109 30.000 107,109 0,777,487 •872,384 9,306,203 400.000 8.908.203 Nt I |.iidlt.irI.IMJM ; N| K1 10.4 6 3 12 7 n II 3.3 1.1 0.2 • 1 0 3 21 2 11.4 5.1 1.1 0.3 0 1 12.1 4.903.083 1 2 55 1 M.90S.203 100 % Report of tiltB#*ameH Alrplni Comiiiiir. ation r>i accepter .. u '"•rap might '. mum als,. given to the coal of keeping the airport open solvlv a s an alternaie to Piano, rh,. con oi DHidl the same whether the aircraft actually lands or not. but In the latter case no Igghttafl ice. are collated The Ooinmiliee hestitale to make specific resitmiuendations on thi> point as they raaitaa that it ana) a mattei of reciprrH-al International policy, bait a Lab. the attention ol the GcvernmeMt to the position 9. INiafT Una i i i I %  : the Mimbei ni Con'.. nitu.is paceaaary to ptw %  %  1 %  ib Bald eonb I i hours of operation of tin.nip The present astabUahn i ides the loUowIng I %  % %  I n I Airport Manager i A a i b rta n t An, i KHOM l Cooti %  ihiMafl i tflh ii ii. ti I .'• % % %  to ilusk b;sis. hut n"!i lh.it 0 M %  mandad thai I to mi it if tin ..iii % %  >i p in it will i>r %  %  ment h> I i i Control Oftlcei it %  • '..mnutti-,. wtan %  the ittanttoo ol lha Qovarnmeni t. ibi lima noca HU • W > %  brain taohnleaj pafaonnal ol Ihli natiiie ,iii.i re.'..inmen other staff tf# pi i, .i. r i.-.i thai • %  • %  'itla their termof rofOP BO howevn takl of lran|oit pM lha t^tT to and from Snweii. ( int i •-. ..iiini.-iiit thai ll | il.-n %  cxainiiie.l I" the Government. Just Received FRESH. DKUC1I lUi "MOIRS" CHOCOLATE BARS KUOM l ANADA '. V. oilto chinr from: MILK CHOCOLATE PLAIN CIHKOI-ATr. NIT Mil K HOKDEAI X MIM iwrrv I'INI AITI.I: Price I 10 Cei.U per Hir Kill 11 WEATHEItllEM) LIMIiill llril ..I Brul MfWt Src u\ lor • %  B It C FABRIC EXPANDED MUM TKMPKRKD HARD BOARD OH. STOVES fc OVENS ON T.KBBERTLli m II & II Roebuck SI., & M.i-../in,. Lane. raTWaTVoTal % % % % % % % % %  HlfM0f.f. // %  PURINA %  POULTRY CHOWS !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.ninntanI HARRISON'S BROAD ST .%> %  BEAVTY thin EASTER .i mm or vne IIUIIIL — WITH — < O \ 4. O I I I M OBTAINABLE FROM : Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. ALSO • RUGS • PLASTIC TABLE COVERING • • LEATHER CLOTH AND MANY 111 III I! USEFl'L I I KM'. FO VOU W Py US a VMM nd nuike TOOT s.-lr. ili.n To rl... No. 16. SWAN STBEET "PHONE 1IM. I4J or 15J4 m mmmmm mtt ; va: wmmimimmmmmmmmMmtmm %  &$ NOTICE OUR DRUG STORE WiU be CLOSED for STOCK-TAKING on Wednewdav >lnreli 2Hih The DISPENSING Department Will be OPENED as usual for the Filling of Prescriptions I //////WrtV/WrtW/rtW/ .V.'.'-'.'.'-','.',-,','.-,'.'.-,',',', It€> fresh in if A tit viifin-iitinif CHAMOIS LEATHERS Selected lluslllles si.fi.-t A si. in earh GARDEN SHEARS H N..IIn il S'lKKL III. Mil s onh S'2. Ill pair KNIGHTS LTD.— PHOENIX PHARMACY WE €AJV SUPPLY... Bisol Mctaldchydr for slugs ," Rubber Hoae %  -" Rubber Hose -V Rubber Hose Hoae SpouU Hoae Connectors Garden Forks Fornoxone for Weeds PLANTATIONS LTD. 1 1 ii:\/io.\f.' FACTORY >IA\ \I.IHS Take thin opportunity of obtainUig your requiirmrnlH IN CALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Ranging from W upwards MILD STEEL Flats, Rounds. Squares in all Sizes BOLTS & NUTS-All Size* FILTER CLOTH-WhiL Cotton Twill At PRICES that cannot be repeated. URRAYS ,. MILK STOUT COUNTER SCALES JACOB'S PATTERN— v ill) Solid HraM Pan. Tare Bar and I'uUe. Slamprri readv fut Immediate uw .nut mmplrle wllh 928.11 Mdi I WML, \W L'E DINBURGH SCOTLA ND •: MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS RANS0MES LAWN MOWERS ARIKI. AND nan Moon I Eadi In l\vu sl/i-s—I.' and II inch PRICES KAMiE FROM . 938.IJ) < Mlt.18 <• %  ! %  f'umplelr ultli GRASS BOX CAST-IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS RECTANOI'LAR SHAPE—5' 6" OVEItAI I OaajBjjIffll lih*TAPS. OVERFLOW and IRAtn EITTINGS ...,!.. SIOiLfM MMfe HARRISON'S HA T A iV*r :::::::::v.::::::'.::v-:::::::;::::::: 4 .:-•'• Thv II I llll MHtS nn %  Vl UH. DIAL 4518 White Park Road, St. Michael annMHMaw aoawawem ^ ttwtsscr^ •x tmvAv s .wsM tei. i >s/' f '*vs'svsss*ss*s,'s*.'ssss'AfVs*'>'ss*'s.''.'s,'//'''''S/ s*-. Semi Service Stockings Only a limited supply, just opened, of these beautifully finished stockings. They are made of a mixture of pure silk and rayon Pair SI..50 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Ltd. io, ii. u A 13. BROAI. snr.t-.e


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(.Ill N A DA Ex-poiicc chief tells of Red lactic si. AIM ll Ships look for Mining Plane reported to be good -Rrutrr U.S. Nav) HOIIIIM r Crashes lit Atlanlir NOHFOUC. V March 27 rtn American imvy lOfpSdO bomber with four men aboard crashed in 'he Atlantic Ocean IDS mile cist of Cape Henry tfct night. Atl.inti. ll.-ct headquarters reported tu-day c men continued to-day. The submarine Rsiorbark which wn* operating i n the area .spoilI'd one man In the ocean shaitiv after the era*. The marine put one of her crew ovo| looi i with .i life jacknp Iho airman, l>ut he fore the submarine man < ould i I idl turn. Reutvr FanW. Son Perish AYLFSSAM K, t Mai Mrs. Peter Yo< t her daughter^ wr ia.v round he* h her husband and nlne-year-ow son lcad. The father, n miner and tfM boy wen. ,. the lira broke out m a room below i. v.-:.-, .1 fore they A ." i finni —Reatrr PIO DE JANEUtn. Marco 27. rton died and I rijui*-j international Cum;i infsm. am %  i full econom i c, ana trltfa the United SI %  The Instruments of Soviet RusAchoon satd were "the formidable i nine of war end tinInter •oinmunUi movement" 11 %  I this .nude", hr rfors h* there been. Ml great a chnlleng. f' our determination to preserve The freedom M individual man as well m tha iatdanandenos a %  'aid. and the threat demanded now". lUUfttna up theh i ould the rrta natloni i deterrent force, whicl was the only real road I this, each nation must contribute its full .share in the ypiril of i aiacterlstlc of the Inter-American tradi -Reuler I I II TO S\Hn EIaiit*sed"by the Defenc I'n.dnctlon An on pin? ceilings tor farm produeU, Precisely how this should i>e i had not been decided, he said. Wilson ufd tie hone i W i %  .. % %  ii Board HH h b operating l*ecau>e of boycott, would oon be rcorRanisr-l and iunctionlng. uncertain whether President Truman would Labour Management Conference I rfoM tfii Gt|R tnent of disputes could t>e set \i)i—Rruter IYI-IH Innui; Quits PRACL'E. March 27. Falkan, iinturalisec 1 French employee of the Frencli Consulatt Central In Bratislava has rcslgnnl from the French Government service and has asked the Czechoslovak Government lo grant hun a'yluin. C'eteka the orhciat Czechoslov.ik Howi Agom N reported today. Cclek., publhhcd the tC-Xl of the tttttl In which Falkan was said lo have addressed UlS French Ambassador Jean Riviere, In it. Fal kan said. "I do not want to go or being co-participant in the betrayal of mv nation by serving a i tm which is preparing a %  i Rrutrr 3 Chinese I Donald Tells Oi A WOUVlii:!' K..I-) <>. BoV ,M hi „ih,r .it led lo -ii Cnidmuned ofllcfi oul oi tile rit ol mm Hie J United Stale Ei.|iu..r, ,>p eutlnv nlneneldi-tli.i.) the battle III Korea. Legislative Council Pass 195I-.12 Budget THB LBOISLATrVE COUNCIL yesterdov passed tht Appropriation B.][ ihuj giving tttet to tht pusing by the? fteuse nl Assembly of the Estinuleg ol RavtntM and EXp I titure for 1951-52. Total sum involved ix §!t,41 a 957 The Bill was introdnred by the Hun ble (he Colonial SeCTtlaw. and Hon'ble M. A. Cuke secondad the motion. KM the first, second and third reading, as well ;) s that fo the passing of the Bill. Duties returni in ON %  years The revised estimated tui s.Mtl.ooo rtprtstnU appp %  ; ol Ren e, a ruts %  I %  %  Itated In the Memorandum, is not unsatlsfactor) rhera howcvei i i.i-y regarding this unex|:ectedly large nurpl.1*. which reBecU a narrosrtr margin t* I i revenue itnil exiiendilurithan SsssVablS in ;i Itndget of .-ipproxi-i,Onu.0O0 and in a one npmy INVENTOR REWARDED hilKNOS AlltfcS, Mar. 27, Austrian bom J'i.-|.'sor Ronak Riehttl flvwniied ,ii mv Argentina' i STgy will %  ifi tm the hands of Peron to-morrow He will also rtctlvs tht honorar* M Doctor Irom Butati -f!rtr.-. Olhi'r momherv who *pokc on uie mil were, Honbic, v, t Dale, in c ii st. John, i„. A s :i i u Chandtai dent), and G B. Fvelyn, ,. Tnr pnPparai ,. Annual %  I: for the second year in sueceutofl % % %  '": %  e< me ., %  p dlaap* pointm.-ii| i„ IhOBC who had hone,! time was ready to launch a njajoi plan nt <|rve.O|nnriit, but I %  inead thai u the present efreumstanets, the decision of the Executive Commillep to cut it* coat according to its cloth, to resist the temptation to embark upon new capital works on a large scale. >nd lo present an unpretentious. but workmanlike and budg.-i was fully justified. The essential pre-requisite* to anff aodmiou. sdieme of dtvtlprment must be a thorough examination of the resources of the Island and the firm knowledge that (ho aHnm.i machine iscapable of withstanding [he extra pressure that will sed upon ii Stn-nui.iis Men sur p., UUMIIK the past year strenuous ineuuits to strengthen the ddmmtotiative machins have been taken, hut I am afraid that much hard work remains to be done before the desired eft* ti Si td. The expei that the i illation of a new developmtni In ronjuncAnnual Estimates ha* unfortunately not • %  . rordlnidy ban no alternative to the preparatli a of the Annu E mates for 1951 —52 on mui. off Is the same Unas as ihose for latt %  I. i i tklpated n revenue returns du ling year banwiv stole lo istcsiala pi Is f i; Of Hid S'1l..l B Main Fttdirta The mam features of the Annual Kiiunates for 1SSI-52 are i loctly set out HM Memorandum which w tabled m this Chamber a month pplemenlcd b*. heljilol II %  j %  II ii A CUS) It a bom I should this opportunity of publicly i i ihanto It will bo ittn that the revised estimated turplus nl the end of the rurrent vear will be S200.000 more than waj %  is due to the fibet that althouEh the %  and expendltuii %  yise-l estimate for revenue, which'Depart*; %  S43B.0OO more th^r n Sltfcial Battalions Cul Off rOKYu Man Ijarican i moving ne-n ^ Uijongbu on th wester* Korean fiom tocitgjht ul ktrrounded ini.. tslions attempting to across tbe Mth itarallel Tile Chines* iitxmt 3.500 men, wen caued on lo itirranatr i>> loudspeagtrs An, ther MO Conununl reported slain in ri 1 %  %  %  ene of the heaviest rlashex %  %  %  OsKtn i ic, pi %  ti i!.i LTntttti Nations" roros srfileh had Unjttd up 10 miles north ol I said Conn un at the move i % % % % %  i. low Kacsonft. last commui I .! %  Bout) ng lull ir DptlDi ,.n along il. Otberwiso tks t niiad I %  i %  thnxigh rain and mud in ona Of I weeki i.. tht North i orted dicing In i stand ui northern U 1 Si '.' K . %  I %  %  . %  en i ounle I 199 i iaiinin." Miu Communl I Keule Split With Governor in.in Otii Own Crr—yonr Briiuiii i in90,000 it i;its Across The .Vtlh ON THE KORF.AN CENTUM. starch J7 An Ami i i |K>kt man csunmled ioinghi tt. Communist troops are uiaeavrt i.lf.ii r : Hie tVnu,.| Korea bighw,i> w ': run., ut,. tht SMh I SOSl lei to American-hebt Chu Ten Lhouss south of tht paraUal fu .ii .i the un r, rat n malndoi wen north %  i uses troops tm ludi %  lOU anil tSnd, II army corp— Krulrt t S BARROW. Coinliernii're lonH di^anre CUs% U ahead of J. Taylor WS I Barrow ".•..Uie tape to win the 440 yards r** 1 .-so yard* flat. IncreaseIn the Ani.ual btlmatei tm 1!)51—52 substantial im tea In the figures fm inii . %  sue u d Kpi i. Utui* foi !'ie fir.t tlnw in the history of ihjgi I laml it is climated that rev.-nut will sxeetd the 10J milii i 'lie o.,rn imreases. naiuraQ} < lOUgh, ure on aecount of Customs i'nd P.Ktise Duties and of Inrt.mi 'lax. The Abstract un page I ol the Estimates shows that revenue f-om Customs Dut be H.M.OOO %  .. %  1171 oOO ii the revised I for tinyear. That there will be ,, •^bstantial increase, conaequeni upon Utj sri lleted i g a lalnsaid. hut ll I l no mean.* easy, bee muni Mich varying factors • stoi i % %  '. and the marKtl of purchason wages, to arrive t i bi> estimate Ai % %  i. i %  %  tarn u,\ < b Ii Igure tha m-v be oi thi Ei live Comi i is prtferml thai IHI of tduiion at this stags tod to %  %  direction, rethti than %  Incoine Ta\ hhturbetl . OTTAWA M i i tiui the > M ktugl KtM Arthi i i „ i i %  ulai %  e Gen carry tht •/•! ml Chmne li led HI ids' nttUnni sn Uw laww retil %  iIlitM. Britain snd rranci i i i. | rl |Mi n Wsshintl I tras stuted I %  I '.iii.i.ii mui ui Forthcoming Keulrr. . Reassured WASHINCJTON Mar 'il. The L'nlie.BtaM Btcrttar) "i Q{ id %  Casn ml Of .'Hid tO-dSJ that any gem I Vanct f 1,'iuh.l Nail-; Stth par. IM in the Korean war was a "maiXtl foi % % %  i it %  He made this statemeni -I a ; % % %  %  %  ', ,. i . . %  to reassure thOBS whi %  .. .i i Involved—-Keulrr. more tha leas" 1 ul *2J8.oon io ertlmated %  < The main rsuSt of I I ooaitlon ll the welcome of the Iricome Tax and Customs whirh Sri H tgtani the rtsulti •A the IPM vifln J3300.000. as M.2500OO in the 1 I IF %  ate of i falling ofl of 8A0O00 in Es1.il. i ,i.ion Duties, amonn'. raised under the head Taxation' expect* an *aM),ooi> ovei %  %  i b %  %  1st I i lal Undertakinii %  %  nearly SI30.000 compaied with Lstd figure for thi year, but this will lxpi tM.OOh undei Revenue from t.iA'ernmont %  i B Post Office Revenue for the cur •t On Pare : %  '//7i(* Mission" Una HUHY hay lll.F.N to Arganlli i Im to-day Head U n oni mtc Bat tan to Ihi .in night rem until the end of the week lu-ld u two%  and Alfredo (.mat Moral) liter of rinani. — Rputer LONDt IN. Man h ( natantlnt, f i I Wool i silt r> ... „ one tlmt ocHetaJ <>i th.Itssenit ol Cotourtd Pi spin would like tc %  %  H' I'-iin reel UI1 %  %  %  TttS Indlt Mi M.HII h. %  ter (iiuiSl^n in which hi Ml) why thi ... ttlon 4 %  Kuro betn con rgenl problen ii.in thai <-f colonial ", Pui-ing hi %  n i,. fhn "%  > %  ma : Ifanloy t % %  ...., %  ali %  i Opposition Part) told Conatajitino ihhi .i. ould .in.i woui.t QC wlllli „„ f thtrt warn n that 1 v warn ntssaaH I %  n thi ^ i. .. I na—I think li fall to %  111 llisli piildn % %  com ludc orutanbne Cuiiiidu. IS. \\ i|| rian <;i%ii Dereoss? WA8HINOTC>N March 27. %  't tht Unltad II .in ex nob I on jt'int plannlnaj foi < Ivil i no bortfoi i %  t'iinndiun Au.i.iirciiani, Hum-' •Vi.-nit. m .i noli i.> \u.I :•• % %  < rctao ol BtaM Dawn i thai civil da 'ilit l • eo-or. %  Ui i. bt tt eej ivil defence %  i 1 flioo proposed io ex bang* pei %  %  • \. >.• ..i 00 i Had i %  lit %  % %  m oaptanct .i hit —Keuler. TRIVOLOUS ACTIONS PU8AN, Man ii ti Hi John 1'i.a.iiK Bouth K Pram H thg real ituttlon waa rrivolou and li n spon Ibii Too manj uovernmant ofllcials re dining i i %  ould %  tl if. nit i Colonel Dona %  %  %  %  Mai > u Ith Colonel Dona in. before the %  by mi aaant Hi %  whom i had expelled h %  ; %  %  da Mv ag %  %  l %  when tht Tm. IM. 1.1 nun he persi. lot Communist mov> : them At lii-i mj aaant thought it would Inu good rag' lo ji %  .-'.. %  TU us wore HI . rnment i wnti peri %  Strike Tiiiu-Tulii. if .. • triki ... %  from it) M %  und ho %MII not io I like tl %  "i hi n then II b< i itrikc o: tuti ..i M N lion and hai no right o ha Crtntdd lordln) Next .i strUtt il| ..., l Hop iUl %  ... Mi Hani 1 r. .. \ %  %  .. • "• Uu-k Ha know tn-t i /. adai i i. u ..^ i :IIIK<-.I foi .. m P.000 nun tO %  %  %  are t<> man b to thi Council and hall %  i Tin i < ue In mtat .it 10 in.in baroregisu : urroundad with polh ui, k. i -h..-Li. gnd i at Oui M sight wart otl • %  > • • ..i i ii i. .II goa bombs thi 1 -. would nol have s followed ti Council whirl %  I Donali %  %  %  up i.i id ng i %  ii 1 %  tough 'it-' D h to disperse without .> shot .1 bftow %  i Dot ild %  ... kn< wladgmanl i Pri the PH...HOI ou lati %  raaldmg In v %  .. i Ian i <>i %  dtep .ui.. -i n and n Ho i a them all f< their kii i'l'i I "what Utth i able to do In thiconsclentlou ul my duty as a Polh • I am fort the assurance that I retain '" < goodw ill •""> • aelf%  %  nil ii hi I %  %  TOX TIIF ADVOCATE THF MEWfl DIAL ni l.l IAY (IK MOM I Martial Law Slops Panic In Persia TEHERAN, Mar General Huaaein Hajazi ICiUtary G> • i'i martial law and "othai recently taken In Persia -tortoidcr und security, In .J < "iniiiunique broadcast by Radio T.h.rjii ; ',< . w/ai n.'.i -y.-,.. ti . i.-ii,., rod tl nol to repeal thej tp disturb public <%  %  order. 10 Hat k Mtnianln i.isi i N Maj offleers look par! 1 %  petitioned the Na1i'.n:il A • Ri i %  %  Hels Tirol, on* t lu si. i It asked member* of p %  %  MS 1 M'dh cur our b.ootl "a^ReuiiT %  epnsel^ %  At tha %  %  AI.I and I" and i itreaU %  ' %  i Ra/%  %  1 r.lte* were epp •Revolt" Call LOKD* 18 %  I'lfoi m props ga i i ei ll tu i! DfO people ..r Yugoala\i., : ReuMr i Pi A I.Illl I I, %  %  I %  fir plnitlni. Ihc H ijul—BaMar. I Much.—n>„irr


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ESTABLISHED 1895



Ex-police chief tells
of Red tactics

GRENADA



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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1951

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COUNE





Ships look for
Missing Plane

SEARCH





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Pass appropriation bill

for 1951---52 Estimates







PRICE: FEVE CENTS



LABOUR °&



W.1. workers in U.K.

. U.N. troops cut off
WA at Chinese battalions

nstantine wants



RED HAND IN-GRENADA RIOTS



U.S. Plane Missing:| Individual |

53 Men Aboard |

LONDON, March 27.
MORE THAN 100 AMERICAN PLANES, in-
cluding 66 from the aircraft carrier “Coral
Sea,” were to-day searching the Atlantic for sur-
vivors of a missing Globemaster plane, U.S. Air-
force officials state to-day. The 80-ton giant plane
disappeared on Friday with 53 men aboard about
600 miles southwest of Ireland on its way from the
United States to Britain. American Air Force offi-
cials here entertain only the slightest hope of fin
ing survivors. a,
The 54,000-ton oral Sea, one
of the world’s three largest air-
craft carriers and two destroyers
were diverted while sailing from
Norfolk, Virginia, to the Mediter-|
ranean

ONE KILLED:
FIVE HURT

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 27.

Three Royal Air Force planes]. One person died and five were
were also helping in the search|!%Jured when shooting broke out
with a British submarine, a British |!@5t night in Bello Horizonte, Capi-
weather ship and a United States / tal of Minas Geraes State, between





coastguard weather ship. police and Communist demonstra-
Weather in the area was re-jtors, who, disobeying Government

‘orders, were attempting to cele-|
‘brate the 29th anniversary of the
foundation of the Brazilian Com-
munist party.

According to reports received
here to-day, more than 100 shots
were fired when policemen tried
to arrest Communists who had
previously refused to disperse

One plain clothes policeman was

An American navy torpedo] illed and four uniformed police-
bomber with four men aboard|men suffered bullet wounds. A
crashed in the Atlantic Ocean 100| fifth injured, was a man in a bus
miles east of Cape Henry lépst} which got caught in crossfire
night, Atlantic fleet headquarters —Renter,
reported to-day.

ported to be good.—Reuter.



U.S. Navy Bomber
Crashes In Atlantic

NORFOLK, Virginia,
March 27

a for the men rentlnnied Sm le Dru 8
to-day.
The submarine Razorback 48s &

which was operating in the area
spotted one man in the otean
shertly after the erash, The sub-
marine put one of her crew over-
board with a life jacket to pick

Into America

WASHINGTON, March 27.
. Illegal drugs are being smuggled
into the United States from Italy,

up the airman, but he sank be- | Turkey, Communist China and
fore the submarine’s man could! Japan according to Chief of the

reach him, Treasury’s Bureau of. Narcotics,

Harry Anslinger. He told the Sen-
ate Crime Investigating Commit-
tée to-day that drug addiction had
been increasing since 1940 He
said it was confined mostly to cer-
tain segments and certain neigh-
bourhocds in some large cities

~—-Reuter.



Father, Son Perish

AYLESSAM, Kent March 27.







Mrs. Peter Yore returning from iReuter
her daughter’s wedding early to-
day found her home on fire and
her husbz a ine-year-old ¥
oe a ind = nine-year-o} U.S. Senators

The father, a miner and the, 1
boy were asleep when the fire! Gel Threats
broke out in a room below,

Flames prevented rescue be- WASHINGTON, March 27.
fore they were suffocated by Three members of the Senate!
fumes, Crime Investigating Committee}

~—Reuter. whose sittings have lately been
;nolding America’s attention by
television disclosed to-day that
| they had received threats gainst |



their lives,

Haiged Daughter

Senator Charles W. Toby (Re-
RAGUSA, Sicily, March 27. | publican New Hampshire), told |
A Sicilian peasant was under) reporters he had received “three
arrest to-day after hanging his! different threats—two by letter

15-year-old daughter from a tree}

ee ot and one by telephone.”
so restore his family’s honour. |

“I thought them serious enough

i ; ; ” ave the looked into”, he
Giuseppe Grimaldi “executed”)!0 pave them ‘

Sbaunts Se aid Peas ish 5 ad But Chairman of the Committee,





lice had found her in a brothe)| Senator Estes Kefauver ee
and taken her back to her home. |¢rat, Tenessee), said he had not
After the murder, Grimaldi! taken seriously several threats
zave up himself to the police. which he had received in “crack-

: ~ __Reuter. lot letters”.
Senator Lester Hunt, (Demo-





erat, Wyoming), said he had re-
ceived a letter warning him against
sticking his nose into ‘other peo-
ples’ business” during public
hearings at Miami, Florida some
times ago.—Reuter,

U.S. MAKING NEW

Paris Without
Transport
FOR 13TH DAY



97

PARIS, March 27.
Parisians will be without un- TANK MODELS
derground trains and buses for

WASHINGTON, March my

Tae Walker Bulldog, America’s
first new tank model since World
War II, started rolling off produc-
tien lines to-day ‘three months
ahead of contract schedule.

The tank, named General Walk-
er, who was killed in Korea is
1a 26-ton light tank with a speed
| of 40 miles an hour. It mounts a
new type of gun.—Reuter.

NS. THE



the thirteenth day to-morrow.

A two-hour meeting between
delegates of the Communist and
non-Communist Union backing the
12-day old strike and the Paris
Transport Board—state controlled
Corporation—gave no results, a
spokesman of the Strike Commit-
tee announced to-night.

—Reuter.

rT Wi









| call a full dress Labour Manage-

“LED TO SAFETY

Freedom Is}
Threatened

WASHINGTON, March 27,

Dean Acheson. United States
Secretary of State, to-day urged
American Republics to prepare a
co-ordinated defence plan to meet

the “menace of Soviet Russia's
new imperialism”

Addressing the first regular
session of the Inter-American

Conference of Foreign Ministers.
he advocated examination of
internal security measures and
Strengthening basie democratic
institutions throughout the hem
isphere

He said that no free nation any-
where in the world was ‘secure
against the menace posed by
international Communism, ana
called for full economic, and
military co-operation with the
United States.

he instruments of Soviet Rus-
sia’s “new imperialism” Acheson

said were “the formidable
machine of war and the inter-
national Communist movement”

“Never before have we faced :
menace. of this magnitude’, he
continued, “Never before has
there been, so great a challenge
te our determination to preserve
our independence as nations.”

The freedom of individual man
as well as the independence of
Gevernments was threatened, he

said, and the threat demanded
‘action now”,

Only by building up _ thei
strength could the free nations

provide a deterrent force, which
was the only real road to peace.

To do this, each nation must
contribute its full share in the
spirit of co-operation, characteris-|_,
tic of the Inter-American tradi-
tion.





ee Par PRE Meta: OTT aR |
OUNDED KOREAN BOY and his mother are led to safety by

an dnidentified officer out of the range of cross-fire as United States
Engineers sweep enemy minoflelds—dwring the battle in Korea,

Express

—Reuter

Wilson Wants

More Powers

WASHINGTON, March, 27.
Charles Wilson, Director of De-
fence Mobilisation suid to-day the
inflationary trend in America had
been moderated, but the Govern:



Legislative Council

Pass 1951-52 Budget

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday passed the
Appropriation Bill thus giving effect to the passing by the

os might have to issue. more House of Assembly of the Estimates of Revenue and
restrictions. Expenditure for 1951-52. Total sum involved is $8,418,957.

Wilson, said his office would The Bill was introduced by the Hon'ble the Colonial
seek more power to cut prices,

Seeretary, and Hon'ble H. A. Cuke seconded the motions
for the first, second and third reading, as well as that for
the passing of the Bill, ' ;

ther members who spoke on

including the revision of restric-
tions imposed by the Defence Pro-
duction Act on price ceilings for
farm products.

the Bi x Duties returns in consequence ol
Precisely how this should be, Gale cm ye a ie V. i the fortunate crops of the past two
changed had not been decided, he; YG OP ©. A. St, John, Dr. | years,
said. Wilson said he hoped q Wage eae ee a a Ea F. ‘ The revised estimaied surplus of
Stabilisation Board which is not » ves Chandler’ (Presi-

dent), and G. B. Evelyn. $261,000 represents approximately



at present operating because of * bes 240% ol Revenue, a state of affairs
Labour's bepaoth vale soon, be eink a we Annual eG as' ds stated in the Mem.
reorganised and functioning. fer thee # housekeeping basis} orandum, is not unsatisfactory,
or the second year in succession There is, however cause for

said it was still has naturally come A A beaige bape Sx

He uncertain
whether President Truman would

‘ as a disap-
pointment to those who had hoped
that the time was ready, to Jaunch
a major plan of development, but [
am convinced that, in the present
circumstances, the decision of the
Executive Committee to cut its
coat according to its cloth, to resist
the temptation to embark

complacéney regarding this unex.
pectedly large surplus, which re-
flects 4 narrower margin between
revenue and expenditure than is
desirable in a Budget of approxi-
mately $10,000,000 and in a one
crop economy.

ment Conference . before the
machinery for settlment of dis-
putes could be set up—Reuter,





Frenchman Quits

PRAGUE, March 27. and to present an unpretentious,
Georges Falkan, naturalisedgbut workmanlike and
French employee of the French] Budget was fully justified.

upon Increases
new capital works on a large scale, Inthe Annual Estimates for

1951—52 substantial increases art

realistic | shown in the figures for both

‘ a ; lelave ; it lrevenue and expenditure. For
Consulate General in Bratislava The essential pre-requisites to) ino first time in the history of the;
has resigned from the French} any ambitious scheme of devel- Ivland it is estimated that revenue
Government service and has}opment must be a thorough | . fF 5

will exceed the 10} million mark.)
The major increases, naturally}
€10ugh, are on account of Customs
end Excise Duties and of Income
Tax. The Abstract on page | ol)
the Estimates shows that revenue
from Customs Duties is expected
to be $6,222,000, or over $171,000
more than the revised estimate
for this year.

asked the Czechoslovak Govern-
ment to grant him asylum, Ceteka
the official Czethoslovak News
Agency reported today.

Ceteka published the text of the
letter in which Falkan was said
to have addressed the French Am-
bassador Jean Riviere. In it, Fal
kan said, “I do not want to go on
being co-participant in the be During the past year strenuous
trayal of my nation by serving a}measures to strengthen the ad-
Government which is preparing a | ministrative machine have been
new war.”—Reuter. taken, but I am afraid that much
hard work remains to be done be-

examination of the resources of
the Island and the firm knowl-
edge that the administrative
machine is capable of withstand-
ing the extra pressure that will
be imposed upon it.

Strenucus Measures

That there will be a substantial
increase, consequent upon the
predicted record sugar crop, will!
not. be gaingaid, but it has been







ne

INVENTOR REWARDED fore the desired effects are achiey- by no meahs easy, bearing in
ed... The expectation, moreover, mind such varying factors as

BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 27, | that the proposed fiscal survey|stocks, indents, the supplies po-
Austrian born Professor Ronald] Would be completed in time to $ition, price trends, and the mar-

Richter described as inventor of] permit the formulation of a new
Argentina’s atomic energy wili}| plan of development in conjunc-
receive the Peronist medal fron:jtion with the present Annual
the hands of Peron to-morrow | Estimates has unfortunately not
He will also receive the honorary} been realised, and there has ac-
degree of Doctor from Buenos}cordingly been no alternative to
Aires University.—Reutes. the preparation of the Annual Esti-
ane ar erraenrarfaatenie mamiammaieeancenasits | mates for 1951—52 on more or less
the same lines as those for last
year, although the anticipated in-
crease in revenue returns during
the coming year has made it pos-
sible to include provision for some
expansion of the Social Services

kets of purchase and expenditure
on wages; to arrive at a satisfac-
tory estimate.

At the risk of incurring criti
cism for entering a figure that
may be on the low side, Exeev~
tive Committee concluded that it
is preferable to err on the gide
of caution at this stage and to
revise, if necessary, in an upward
direction, rather than the other
way round

Income Tax





Income Tax, which will reflect
to a large extent the results of
the 1950 crop, is expected to
yield $3,800,000, as against
$3,250,000 in the 1950-51 Estimates
and, in spite of an anticipated

Main Features

The main features of the An-
nual Estimates for 1951—-52 are
clearly and succinctly set out in

the Memorandum which was)}falling off of $60,000 in Estate
tabled in this Chamber a month |#md Succession Duties, the tota
ago, as supplemented by the most} @mount raised eer ne nee
helpful analysis which has been Taxation 1S Rit ees ie rh
prepared by the Honourable Mr ah eat than we )) OYE. Hie. TE
Phe i|Vised figure for the current year
H. A. Cuke, to whom I should swaths
: _ ; and this without any increase in
ike to take this opportunity of the rates at which taxes are

publicly expressing my thanks
It will be seen that the revised
estimated surplus at the end of the

levied
Among the other Revenue items,











8 Chinese
Battalions

Cut Off

TOKYO, March 27

American troops moving north
of Vijongbu on the western
Korean front tonight cut off and
surrounded three Chinese hat-
talions attempting to escape
across the 38th parallel.

The Chinese about 2,500 men,
were called on to surrender by
loudspeakers .

Another 350 Communists were

said Communists
at the move.
These incidents in the west be
low Kaesong, last communist held
town of any importance in South
Korea broke the day long lull ir
fighting all along the front
_ Otherwise the United Nations
line just south of the border had
continued to move slowly forward
through rain and mud in one of
the quietest days for many weeks
Communist forces, fed by in

were surprise



casualties,
Reuter

——

90,000 REDS
Across The 38th

ON THE KOREAN CENTRAL
March 27.
An American division spokes-
man estimated tonight that 90,000
Communist troops are massed
along the Central Korea highway
which rung across the 38th paral-





oe

Donald Tells Of
‘Split With Governor

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, March 27
COLONEL A. A. DONALD, Grenada’s sacked
Police Chief has alleged in an interview with
the ‘Daily Express’’ stati writer, R. M. MacColl,
published here today, that there have been long
standing differences between himself and the
Colony’s Governor Sir Robert Arundell about the
Island’s troubles. Colonel Donald told MacColl: “I

.am convinced that the Communists

te ees

reported slain in the same general have a hand in all this. Bui the

area six miles south of the borde: 7 « T Governor weuid not hear of it. He

in one of the heaviest clashes Learie Urges called my view alarmist.”

for several days, MacColl’s reported interview
Officers of the powerful United 7 with Colonel Donald continues

Nations’ force which had linked W i. Labour “Some time before the strike

up 10 miles north of Uijongbu

started, I was visited late at night

. 2 by an agent. He menticned the
For Britain name of a man from Trinidad
whom I had expelled from Gren-

(From Our Own Correspondent) ada,
LONDON, March 27. “My agent told me that when
Learie Constantine, foremost; the Trinidad man was in Grenada,
West Indies Test cricketer ana] he persuaded a number of youths

one time official of the League of
Coloured Peoples would like to
see Britain

from the

| to join the Communist movement,
recruit more labou:
West Indies. He says s«
to-day in a letter to the Manches

my agent among them

‘At first my agent thought it
would be ‘a good rag’ to join, but
leter he grew alarmed as sugges
ter Guardian in which he

asks

panes x z J + Liens were made to beat up Gov

aie tools Miao pa gM pertinently why the position of} ernment servants and force land-

stand in northern ferries lisplaced persons and other Euro owners io give up property by
Further news was awaited of ides pecans has ee ons strikes and riots

: Pade x " . ‘ nacrec a nore ureen propiem . 5 =.

Tanned eke Sed ime ten than that of celonial workers. He Ha Strike Time-Tabic

Korea on the extreme east of the | POints out that this apparent lack “Then my agent went on to give

line to capture a hamlet f interest on the part of Britan)| me a time-table of what in fatt
Warplanes made the best of |/®’@uses cynicism in colonial peo Happened in the strike: ‘First,’ he

bad weather conditions every ples when they hear of suggestions | seid, ‘a strike will be called at La

where and mounted 499 daylight | for raising a Colonial Army-—o: | Sagesse because the owner Louis

sorties claiming 160 Communist | etter still, raising an “army of! | Strauss is a reeent arrival from

coloured
against

levies to fight the
Communism”

wat

England who has plenty of money

and he will not feel like throwing
Constantine





Says that because} good money after bad.’

of theie background colonial peo- Then there will be a strike at
ple are mainly practical people. the estate of Mr Nyack who is an
What they know is that they; Kast Indian and has no right to be
suffer economic and social dis here in Grenada lording it over us.
abilities all over the world and] Next a strike will come at Hope
the only field in whieh they are} Estate because Mr Henry is a
given equality is, the one in lawyer who talks far too much on
which human beings are subject} behalf of his fellow planters
to and susceptible of the “A few nights later my agent
or bullets of an opposing was wack. He said: ‘Sir, do you

During his recent visit kuow that Uncle Gairy (strike

country feader) has arranged for a mob of





; of Jamaica's Opposition Party 5,000 men to asse
_ »rican-he! ‘ cho 2 ¥7 5, > ssemble in the
le] Me, Aerinan ee eae told Constantine that Jamaica Market Square tomorrow? They
gouih of he paralle) just north could ane would be willing to] are to march to the Legislative
of Chunehon and thes . Puktion send 20,000 workers “to-morrow” | Gouneil and halt its proceedings, it

iver hia i Sry FY nash hinder if there were any indication that necessary, by force.’

tly rt Of ti ; "eg they were needed “The LT islative Coun il
vere ) » pare 35 “ . > seRisla e une
wDhinede * rome eludea 40th As so many of my colleagues} cue to meet at 10 am. Half an
and 82nd, 37th, 66th and 30th}4@ve passed on their fears and| hour beforehand, I had the place
army corps —Reuter: cynicism to me—I think it fair to] surrounded © with police carrying
Jlet the British public know about wicker shields and batons. Out of
ala it’, concludes Constantine sight were others carrying gun
Dist rbed and tear gas bombs which | hoped
l . * e * : is they would not have to use.’

Canada, U.S. W ill There followed the episode af

OTTAWA, March 27,

The Canadian press said to-day
that the Canadian Governmen
was disturbed at General Douglas
Mae Arthur’s unauthorised Baste:
peace offer to Chinese Commun
ist}. Government was particularls
disturbed at the General’s implies

threat to carry the war into
Chinese territory it reported
Canada's feelings on the issuc

apparently shared by the Unitec
States, Britain and France were
being conveyed to these and other
allies during the current discus-
sions in Washington it was stated

) No oflicial Canadian comment was

yet forthecoming.—Reuter.

.. » Reassured

WASHINGTON, Mar. 27,
The United States Secretary of
Netence General George Marshall
said to-day that any general ad-
vance of United "Nations forces
over the 38th parallel in the
Korean war was a “matter for

| political consideration,”

Slatement at a4
press conference. It was expected
to reassure those who had ex-
pressed fears that United Nation
Commander in Korea, General
Mae Arthur might order a general
advance over the parallel without
specific authorisation and political
discussion by the United Nation
involved Reuter.

He made this



9

“Meat Mission’
Had Busy Day

BUENOS AIRES, March 27
Britain’s special ‘meat mission’
to Argentina had its busiest day so





far to-day. Head of the missior
John Edwards, Economie Secre-
tary to the Treasury who last

night postponed his return flight

to Londen frem to-morrow until
the end of the week held a two-
hour meeiing at midday with Dr

Roberto Ares, Minister of Economy
and Alfredo Gomez Morales, Min-
ister of F'inance.—Reuter.



10 Back Monarchy ‘British

LISBON, March 27.





Net Revenue from Government on Ty a 4 se ait have
current year will be just over |!Commercial Undertakings is ex cane corunese iI the aie pecs
1 $200,000 more than was expected | pected to show a decrease ol natch dntitiary ‘eiaite Gave
| at the beginning of the year. This|nearly $130,000 compared with Saltioned the Mationsk Assemble
| is due to the fact that although the|the revised figure for the current to restore the monarchy in Portu
revised figures for both revenue] year, but this will be partly off gal. Portugal has been a Republic
and expenditure are in exces$|get by increases of over $30,000 since 1910, The Appeal was dis
of the original estimates, the re-|ynder Revenue from Government closed today by Dr. Alvaro Do
vised estimate for revenue, Which! Departments and Servic ind} Reis Torgal, one of its signatorie
1 is $438,000 more than the original, over $16,000 from Special Re-|It asked members of Parliament
|more than offsets the increase a ea }to bring about now by peaceful
| $236,000 in estimated expenditure It should be pointed owt, (how-.;means what monarehist ex—off
;The main cause of this improved| ever, that the revised figures for!cers had failed to bring about
EK. 8. BARROW, Combermere long distance Class I rw breacts the tape to win the 440 yards raee, | position is the welcome buoyancy] Post Office Revenue for the cur A Mn our BwaRd! and sacrifice
well ahead of J. Taylor who came second. Barrow also wort the 880 yards flat. of the Income Tax and Cust @ On Page & our blood ."+-Reuter





February 21 cutside the Legislative

Plan Civil Deferice





bomb:
army
to this
Norman Manley, Leader
|
'
}
!



Council which everyone agyé
hide — was brilliantly handled by Colonel
_W ASHINGTON, March 27. Donald. Gairy duly turned up
Canada ae we, vanes Bppies heading a dangerous mol). of 5,000
n an exchange of notes, agreed | Put by patient coaxing and well-
oday on joint planning for civil timed “tough talk” Donald vot the
“Canadian ‘Apaueangor sates, [Mob to disperse without shot

ang ass : » blow
Wrong, in a note to the United Pe Donald has written an
Acheson: ‘proposed that evil ie] Beknewledument. in "the ‘Press 'o
ence activities : should be pian ihe “RB peeer es bettas . TARSEV ES
; re from persons residihg in various
jinated by an exchange of infor- parts of the island expressing their
nation between civil defence deep concern and regret

uthorities He hegs to thank them all for
, Canada also proposed tO ©X-| their kind consideration and appre
nage personne at working! ojation of “what little I have been

level. : Acheson notified Unite | syie to do in the conscientious di
States’ acceptance in his reply. charge of my duty as a Police

—Reuter, | oficer.”
“T am fortified,” he writes, ‘|

the assurance that I retain the
goodwill and respect of every selt-
respectiigg member of this commu
nity in which I have laboured for
the nast ten month

FRIVOLOUS ACTIONS

PUSAN, March 27
Dr. John Chang, South Korean
Premier, said to-day that dining in





ce

public restaurants during the

present critical situation was 4
‘frivolous and irresponsible.” TELL THE ADVOCATE
Too many Government officials THE NEWS

vere dining out, he declared, ac- DIAL 3113
ording to Pusan radio. He hoped DAY OR NIGHT
eaders would see that the prac

topped Reuter





Martial Law Stops
Panic In Persia

TEHERAN, March 27,
General Hussein Hejazi Military Governor of Teheran
said to-day that martial law and “other immediate meas















ures” recently taken in Persia had stopped panic and were
helping to restore order and security.
In a communique broadcast by Radio Teheran, Genera!
| Hejazi warned: “gangsters, killers and other trouble makers’
not to repeat their attempts to disturb public security ai
order.
He announced that the strongest —T Te ee
| reprisal would be token against
| offender t ” 9°
| At the ame time the national] “Revolt Call
jtront Opposition BZroup issued a}
jecmmunique declaring that the! LONDON, March 27
Premiership of Hussein Ala and} Cominform propaganda orga
jrartial baw were “illegal” and} to-day issued a new call to th
rving only the interest cf} 15,000,000 people of Yugoslayi
pies” yto overthrow Marshal Tito’s gor-
Martial law was proclaimed in| ¢’oment, Reuter monitoring -st
Teheran on March 20 after the! tion reported
nara then Premier and was ex. | y%,fadio barrage beamed
1 ta aaa ws ; Yugoslavia from Sofia, the
ended night to seven locali-} ‘ ‘
of the southern oil fields; 27/@ capital from “free Gre
| : 4
ere strile were spreading | (C Ommunist) radio and other ¢
<= European source use as
eu Al - ucceeded occasion for the revolt” ¢ i, t -
> alleged last night day’s celebration Yugosiavin ¢
i me ot the tenth anniversary of. the risit
en i : against Nazi
rre campaign for
f the count: Sofia radic pr
3 ec oll had been gand: tra tt
€ rf ag the as ne ra low ity
of Ge i Hejazi.—Reuter 1.—Reuter





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recently held in Trinidad returned — LIGIBLE f mashed ; canes cn = — “iL )%
over the week-end by B.W.1.A. what can’ he ten - aeations 6.30 a.m. The Music Goes Round; $

Sir John also a Cte - e sneer: n. The News; 7 Lm, Neve CI MA lembe s
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Golf Pro Arthur Wint. Only one other per- 730 am. Red Letter Day; 1.45 a.m MATINEE : TO-DAY AT 5.00 P.M. x
R. ERNIE WAKELAM who son _is entitled to join so far and g40 ‘aim. ‘Light Orchestr: POs ea TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 8.30 x
arrived here December 2nd, he is Roger Bannister, the Oxford a.m. The Problem of Mars; 9.00 a.m RKO presents ¢
1950, to act as Winter Professional ere ae. leh ce oe The News: 2 0 8 m,_ Home News fron ‘ presemts . . « ‘ x
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assistant. It is understood that trip to the New Zealand Centen~ 415-6 00 pm — 10.36 m, + ‘ x
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Here on short official visit, they Same Plane ae ee os 10.00 pm. The News; 10.10 pm. FM with Jean SIMMONS, on a ee x

are staying Ocean View

Hotel

at the

Back To Trinidad

ISS AGGIE KONG who is

with B.W.1I.A.'s Reserva-
tion Department in Trinidad
returned to Trinidad over the
week-end by B.W.I.A._ aftei
a couple of days’ stay in Barba-
dos. She was a guest at Aquatic
Gardens.

Arrived By ‘‘Rodney”’
M* JOHN ADAMSON, Man-
ager of Booker, Drug Stores
arrived from B.G. yesterday
morning by the Lady Rodney, via

Trinidad,..Grenada and St. Vin-
cent, Here on a short visit, he
is staying with Mr. anti ‘Mrs,

Fred Olton of “Springfield”, Bar-
barces.

Back to Toronto

R, and Mrs. F. W. Morley

accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. W. F, Wilson of Toronto
who arrived here March 38rd to

spend a holiday here left over the
week-end by T.C.A.

Mr. Morley is Sales Manager of
Loblaw Co., and Mr. Wilson_ is
Vice President of the Anchor Cap
Co.

BY THE WAY

By BEACHCOMBER



Then, seizing his tomahawk, he
crept like a snake through the
undergrowth. “

Once he paused, as hig, progress
alarmed a bird of gorgeous plum—
age seated on a mottled egg. The
bird flew away, crying chee-chee-
The Chief imitated the cry,
cand sat for a moment on the
deserted egg. Then he crept for-
ward again, chin foremost, until
he came to a swamp where a
crocodile lay in the sun, lazuly
flicking flies off his body with a
long, scaly tail. The Chief had
one leg in the water when the
crocodile saw him, and began to
move purposefully towards him,
jaws open, At that moment a
rhinocergs came down to drink,
blocking the Chief's retreat. The
crocodile advanced slowly, with
murder in its eye...

chee.

TOMORROW: The in the

swamp,

fight

The Perils of Boasting

PICTURE of Hackenschmidt

and Madrili wrestling recall-
ed to me an adventure of mine in
a Cornish ifn many years ago.
I was boasting of my _ great
strength and endurance when a
fisherman said, “Can you wres-
tle?” I said) I had once been the
Leicestershire champion. ‘Well,
that big fellow over there is the
Cornish champion,” said the fish—
erman, and+led me over to an
enormous rman. The fisherman
explained who I was, and _ the
mountain said, “You don't look
like a wrestler to me.” “That's
what they all said—before meet-—
ing me in the ring,” I replied,
“Who have you beaten?” he asked,
“Brady the Butcher,” I said,
“Hakimoto”, the Japanese Thun-
derbolt, Fred Farmer, Tegewich,
Ali Muled Bey, and Sakyani.”
“Never heard of ‘em,” said he.
“What's more, I believe I could
bend you in two and break you
in half before you knew I'd start—





ed.” “I believe you could,” said
I. “I'm a_ bit rusty, Have a
drink?” When he suggested a

friendly bout, I said, “You proba-
bly don’t wrestle in the Leleés—
tershire way.” ‘Damned sure, J
don’t,” said he, howling with
laughter, and giving me a_ push
i nearly sent me through the
wall. '

A Courtly Gesture

GIRL. who received a love

letter written on cardboard
has broken off her engagement.
More humiliating was the experi-
ence of Cléo de Mérede, when an
unknown admirer sent her a bil-
let-doux on fiypaper. All it said
was: “Stick to me for ever.”



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\ PSS S SSP ISS SEPSIS

PROFESSOR WU-LI-WONG?
To-nite 8.30 GLOBE Theatre

TO-MORROW 5 & 8.30 p.m.

Do you wish to know if you will marry, travel, divorce? Have
children, riches, happiness?
Numbers? Have you lost or anyone stolen anything from You?
Do you wish to know when to buy or sell any
Is your sweetheart deceiving you?

Which profession suits you best?

erty?
eannot be cured?

any important question in your “Life”.



SPOOL ED

To

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Legislative Council Pass 1951—52 Budget |

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I : control); Head XXIII, Medical
rent year are artificially high due Services (ii) Other Services. Item
to increases in receipts for the 7, Antibiotics and Insulin for

sale of postage stamps comsequent treatment

of Indigent persons,

upon the new issue of Ist May, $4,000; Head XXVIII, Subsidies
1950, and unexpected sale in Lon- and Grants, Item 40 (Contribution
don during April of stamps of the to the newly formed B.W.I. Mete-

old issue.

Revenue has also beem abnor-

mally inereased by the

special stamps

College of the West Indies.

Amendments
Against

penditure of $10,409,184.
into account
draft estimates this now
$10,425,296, which is
more than the revised
for the current year,
$800,000 more than
estimate for the current year.

Estimates Committee was aware
that, due mainly to the Reorgani-—

sation of the Service which has
been effected during the course of
the year, Personal Emoluments
would show an increase of over
$250,000. In fact the total

Personal Emoluments in the
1951-52 Estimates is $3,828,973,

an increase of $263,899 over last

year’s original estimate.
In passing I

and wages is
$400,000 (i.e, Personal
ments and Other Charges.)

the Committee concluded that

could only achieve its

by refusing to allow
Annualiy Recurrent

satisfaction,
from

and by
Non-recurrent

classified in the
essential” category
Rigerous Measures
These
particularly distasteful

tee felt that the only

ever other criticisms may

made against this year’s Budget,
the charge of lack of thoroughness

should not be among them.

Estimates Committee scrutinised
Re-
current and Non-recurrent expen-
diture with great care and effected
economies,

amounted

every proposal for Annually

many savings and
which, added together,
to a not inconsiderable sum.

It will be seen that
af the majority of

than that entered last year.
Estimates Committee

to them,
creasing
recommended

in view of steadily
costs of materials,
that a
financial

year impressing

recommendation will
carried into effect.

Original Estimate

I do not think that Hwnourable
Members will wish me to dwell
at length on the individual items
of Annually Recurrent and Non-
may
suffice to say that Annually Re-
current ($4,658,097) shows an in-
crease $246,308 over the origin-
al estimate for last year, and Nogp-
Recurrent ($1,938,226) an increase
of $289,254 over the figure for

Recurrent expenditure. It

last year.

Among the more notable items
are Head XX, Education, Item 64
Elementary
Head XxXI,
Department of Science and Agri-
(purchase of
Spraying Apparatus and materi-
als, $1,450 for experiments in the
use of Aldrin in sugar cane pest

Books for
— $26,292);

(Text
Schools
75

culture, Item



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an estimated revenue
of $10,575,612 is set estimated ex-
Taking
amendments to the
stands at
$563,000
estimates
and almost
the original

should mention
that the total increase im salaries
of the order of
Emolu-
With
this unavoidable increase in mind,

avowed
objects of balancing the budget and
providing a cushion which would
be set aside for use in bad years,
increases in
expenditure
unless the necessity for such in-
creases was plainly shown to its

excluding
expenditure
all items which, however desir.
able they might be, could not be
“immediately

rigorous measures were
im a year
of bounty, but Estimates Commit-
sensible
course was to adopt them. Whai-

im Yrespeci
iterms of An-
nually Reeurrent Expenditure, the
amount entered in the Estimates
for this year is the same, or less

realised
that many Heads of Departments
will not find it easy to manage on
the sums that have been allotted

but
circular.
should be issued early in the new
upon
them the need to practise string-
ent economy and to husband their
votes with the utmost care. This
shortly be

orclogical
quarters

Services with Head-
in Trinidad $3,600),

sale aS whi { ered
from 16th February, 1962, of two which has since been increased to

ps to commemorate
the inauguration of the University

$3.744 to provide for increased
services in accordance with re-
commendations made by the Con-
ference held recently in Trinidad,
Item 41 (Contribution to WI.
Regional Economic Committee
$2,400), Item 44 (Contribution to-
wards cost of establishment of an
International Student House and
Halls of Residence at London
University, $5,000); Head XXIX,
Item 50 (Production costs of 2,200
feet of films which it is proposed
to produce locally, a producer
having been trained in Jamaica
during the past year with funds
provided by C.D. & W. $562);
Head XXXII, Item 16, Emigration.
(The amount has been increased
from $40,000 to $100,000).

Of this amount it is expected
that $30,000 will be recoverable
(Revenue Head VIII, Item 20).
This provision will cover recruit-
ing costs and transport costs to
and from Jamaica for about 750
persons). Head XXXIII, Airport.

The expenditure in the Estim-
ates under Other Charges and
Non-Recurrent amounts to $53,330,
which is nearly double the amount
in the 1950-51 Estimates ($32,336.)
This reflects the recent develop-
ments at the Airport, and perhaps
it is pertinent to mention in pass-
ing that consideration is being
given to raising the fees charged
at the Airport to bring them into
line with those charged at com-

parable airports in the West
Indies.
It is of interest to note that

the Airport was used in 1949 by
22,521 passengers, and in 1950 by
28,699. The corresponding figures
for passengers by sea are 10,196
and 9,634 im 1949 and 1950, re-
spectively. Head XXXIV, Gov-
ernment Electrical Inspector, Item
11, Technical Equipment, $10,000.
The largest departmental in-
creases are in respect of Head
XX, Education, which shows an
imcrease of $167,536 over last
year’s estimate, and Head XXIII
(2), General Hospital, which
shows an increase of $121,203 due
to increases in staff and improved
conditions, which will be re-
flected in better services to the
public and an increase in the
number of patients treated.

Social Welfare

Social Welfare appears for the
first time as a fully fledged de-
partment, the salary of the Social
Welfare Officer having previously
been paid from C.D. & W. funds.
In view of the criticisms which
have been lodged against this
Department in recent months I
should like to take this opportun-
ity of stating that, after looking
into the matter as thoroughly as
is possible for a newcomer, I am
satisfied that the conditions under
which the Department has worked
since its inception have been far
from easy, and that a main
stumbling block has been an
unfortunate lack of definition of
the status of the Social Welfare
Officer and the functions of the
office,

In spite of these difficulties the
Department has been carrying
out very good work for which in
myy view, it has received insuffi-
cient credit. Ways and means of
eliminating overlapping and of
defining the duties and functions
of the Social Welfare Officer more
precisely are at present being

considered as actively as the
pressure of other business will
permit.

Additions

Last minute additions to the
draft Estimates include, “inter
alia”, an increase of $500 under
Head XXIX, Item 52, to provide

furniture and stationery for the
newly arrived Director of Petro-
leum and Natural Gas, and a new
item 57 to provide $16,000 for the

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Registration of Voters for the
forthcoming election. Of this
sum about $13,250 represents a
revote of money not spent in the
current financial year.

Honourable members will see
that an amount of $1,076,780 is
retained in Head XLII, Controls,
Subsidies, etc., for the subsidisa-
tion of Foodstuffs. This is less
than last year’s figure by $37,220.

If, after the convulsion of war,
there had been a steady return
to pre-war normality, it had been
hoped, and rightly so, that it
would be possible to reduce the
subsidisation of foodstuffs grad-
ually year by year until eventual-
ly it disappeared altogether, and
the money thereby released could
be used for other compensating
purposes.

Subsidisation

As His Excellency the Governor
pointed out in his Address to the
Legislature at the opening of the
Legislative Session 1950—51, if the
present cost of subsidisation,
which, at a figure of over $1,000,-
000 is the third largest head in
the Estimates, and represents over
10 of the nett total expenditure,
could be capitalised, there would
be available a sum exceeding $20
million for a bold plan of long
term development directed to-
wards a major and genera} ad-
vance in the general economy of
the Island.

But further consideration of
such policy must be deferred for

the present. Expenditure on
subsidisation of foodstuffs has
been maintained as far ag is

practicable at the current yerr’'s
level. The ré@vised figure for
subsidisation for the current year
is $1,097,000, as against anticipat-
ed expenditure of $1,076,780 dur-
ing the coming year,

In order to maintain the previ-
ous level of expenditure it has
been necessary to pass on to the
consumer an increase in the cost |
price of certain commodities. The
effect will be an increase in the |
price of Grade “E” flour by 3
cent a lb. and all grades of salted
pork by 1 cent per lb. The price
of salted fish will, however,
remain at its present level and so
too will the price of all other
subsidised foodstuffs.

Local Work

It is expected that the supply of
locally produced pork will show a
marked increase as a result of the
Government Livestock Stations.
Careful consideration was given
to the question of controls, and
provision has been made for the
continuation of controls on the
existing basis in view of the sharp
deterioration in the world situa-
tion during the current year, and
the growing tendency for goods to
be in short supply.

To revért to the overall picture
of Revenue and Expenditure for
the coming year. I have already
referred to the fact that the esti-
mated figure for expenditure is
almost $563,000 over the revised
estimate of expenditure for the
current year.

Of this increase, however, $150,-
000 represents an initial contribu.
tion towards the establishment ot
a Revenue Equalisation Fund and
another $150,000 represents an in-
crease in the annual contribution
to Capital Expenditure from Rev-
enue from $100,000 to $250,000.
With these two measures there
will, I think, be no quarrel.

Reserve Fund

The Special Reserve Fund, which
was created under the Reserve
Fund Loan Act of 1940 is only
intended for use in the event of a
catastrophe such as a hurricane,
There is: patently an urgent need
to create a Revenue Equalisation
Fund, to which contributions can
be made in good years, and which
can be drawn on to meet a tem-
ptrery recession in revenue and
prevent a retrenchment of the
public services in bad years.

It is not unfitting that the initial
contribution should be made in a
year of bumper crop. It is appro-
priate, too, that advantage should
be taken of the increased reyenue
in the coming year to restore the

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contribution from Revenue to Cay
ital Expenditure to its former fig
ure of $250,000.

These items, together with the
estimated surplus, stated in the
tabled Estimates to be $166,420,
which, as a result of amendments
to the draft estimates has now
been reduced to a figure of $150,-
316, may, as the Memorandum to
the Estimates puts it, be fairly
presented as a budget cushion of
approximately $550,000 which

Should assist budget stability in
bad years.
Capital Estimates
The Capital Estimates make

provision for the continuation of
the programme of previously au-
thorised works together with those
works which are sufficiently urgent
to warrant their being undertaken
before a new development pro-
gramme, based on the fiscal sur-
vey, can be drawn up. A summary
of the proposals is set out in par-
agraph 13 of the Memorandum and
I will not recapitulate it here.

I would, however, draw atten-
tion to the proposal to raise a local
loan in the coming year in relation
to the total expenditure against
“Advances pending the raising of
Loans” which, with the sum of
$491,384 in the year 1951—52 duly
added, will bring the total expen-
aiture against Advances to
$1,783,390.

It will be seen in paragraph 14
of the Memorandum that it is
proposed, subject to the enact-
ment of the necessary amending
legislation, to use the unexpended
balances of 4 loans on Capital
works. The amount of $11,9%1

remaining
Loan Act,

under the Education
1935, is to be expended
on additional accommodation at
St. Leor'ard’s Boys’ School, for
which a total expenditure of

$88,198 has been included under

Head I, Item 4
Unexpected Balance

The unexpected balance a
1935
and 1941 will be utilised in con-
nection with additional Mains and

the Waterworks Loan Acts

Standpipes for which an amount
of $120,000 has been included un-
der Head IV, Item 3

It is proposed to use the unex-
pended balances under the Pub-
lic Loan Act, 1928, and the Local
Loan Act, 1941, to meet a portion
of the anticipated expenditure on
new houses for which an amount
of $116,000 has been voted under
Head II, Item 5.

New works for which provision
is included in the Estimates in-
clude the building of a Combined
Post Office and Library at Christ
Church, and a Sub-—Post Office at
Welches, additional pay ward ac
commodation and quarters for
staff at the Mental Hospital

Land is to be purehased at
Clincketts for rural housing. A
portion of the land will be used ar
1 site for a new Half Moon Fort
School, and 4 acres is to be set
‘side as 4 playing field. An ad-
ditional 80 three-roomed houses
are to bé built on Government
Housing Estates, The same amount
($124,000) as was voted for the
current year is to be spent on
tenantry roads and $100,000 is

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setter known as Lynch or
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Michael, died on the spot after
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BARBADOS ih ADVOCATE



Printed by the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad St., Bridgetown.

Wednesday, March 28, 1951

CHEESE PARING

THE undated report of the Seawell Air-
port Committee was published last week.
The Committee after tentatively suggest-
ing that $250,000 would be required for a
new terminal building, drops this proposal

as being “too high to be considered at pre-
sent.” It recommends that the present
terminal building be enlarged to provide
additional accommodation for immigra-
tion, health, customs, airline officers, in-
formation bureau, and waiting rooms; and
suggests that when a complete new build-
ing is constructed in say, the next five
years, the present terminal building with
its proposed extensions would replace
some of the existing wooden buildings. A
plan for extensions and alterations of the
new terminal buildings has been prepared
by the Colonial Engineer, but has not been
made public.

It is welcome news that something is
being done to improve the condition of the
buildings at Seawell Airport, but the Com-
mittee cannot be congratulated for shying
away from a new terminal building on the
plea that the Airport has many more
urgent requirements.

For these urgent requirements the Com-
mittee has detailed an expenditure of
$146,900. The only question to be faced, is,
not whether an additional quarter of a mil-
lion dollars is too high, but whether the
island can afford to delay the construction
of a new terminal building until its cost
will be half a million dollars.

Barbados has suffered in the past and is
suffering to-day from a cheese-paring men-
tality which is afraid of spending money to
earn money. There is no indication in the
report that the committee appreciates the
popularity of Seawell as a runway, nor is
there any understanding of the principle
that the International Civil Air Organisa-
tion endorsed in its basic memorandum on
November 1, 1949.

“The heavy cost of Airports and air
navigation facilities to municipal and
national governments has resulted in a
number of Assembly directives that the
Organisation should study. the possibil-
ity of states increasing their airport
charges and imposing charges for the use
of air navigation facilities generally.
Secretariat studies in this field include
Circular No, 9 on the economics of air-
ports and a preliminary study of pay-
ment for the use of airway facilities.”
It is of course possible that the commit-

tee was aware of the existence of Circular
No. 9, but the reference made to landing
charges in Paragraph 7 of their report does
not suggest a knowledge of its existence.

Quite apart from an ignorance as to
additional revenues which may accrue
from increased airport charges, the Com-
mittee has given no consideration at all to
the fact that other airlines are anxious to
use the facilities of the runway at Seawell
and that to-day the name of Barbados is
becoming a household word among thou-
sands of North Americans who want to
escape for a short time from ice and snow
and a thermometer below freezing point.

It is hardly fair to blame the Committee
for shying away at the question of costs
when the Government of Barbados has

given s0 small-minded and so short-sighted
a lead to the encouragement of tourism as
an industry.

Yet those who have studied Barbados’
potentialities and assets as a tourist resort
know full well that not only.a new termin-
al building with modern facilities can be
built out of the revenue to be made from
tourism, but that tourism will also help to
give us that long standing need, a deep
water harbour. Seawell can and must
have a new terminal building now.

O Unhappy Day!
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—You might like to publish this clip-
ping from the Wall Street Journal :

Britain’s Labour Government, you doubt-
less recall, is a strong believer in national-
izing basic industries. It particularly be-
lieves that natural resources “belong to the
people” and so should be taken over by the
people’s government,

In this philosophy it is a very bad thing to
have “profits” from such operations going
to anybody but the nation’s government.
And the worst horror of all is to have these
profits accrue to foreigners, even when the
foreigners have put up the original capital.

Thus the British Government has nation-
alized Britain’s fuel resources, the coal
mines, as well as steel, transport and other
industries. ap

But O unhappy day, the Iranian Govern-
ment has now seized upon the happy ex-
ample and decided to nationalize Iran’s own
fuel resources, the oil fields.

The British Government has sent a chol-
erie note of protest. You see, Britain’s gov-
ernment is in the position of owning more
than 50 per cent. of the stock of the Anglo-
Iranian Oi] Company, whose property is to
be expropriated,

That puts the shoe on the other foot. This
time the Labour Government itself was
among the foreigners who got expropriated;
this time it was the Labour Government that
was the owner and the garner of the wicked
profits from the natural resources,

We should have liked to be present at the
Whitehall Cabinet meeting to listen to the
philosophers of the Labour Party protest
their own philosophy. As ever, we suggest,
when shoes begin to pinch the feet even
philosophers begin to weep.

BARBADIAN.
27.3.'51.





BARBADOS ADVOCATE





Airport Committee

THE Committee appointed by

; Item (1) The
His Excellency the Governor, con—

Committee re- as is customary at other airports.
commend that adequate provision 5. Grounds

sisting of: — be made for stretchers and first- i reco e
wane: F. C. Hutson, Chairman; gid equipment at the Airport and une roe
Seer Ps 5 A, _Egglesficld, that departmental arrangements Lay—out of grounds and pur-
.G.C.A., Mr. T, E. Went, Colo- pe imade for Seawell Airport to chase of lawn mower, tools, etc.,
= Engineer, Mr. J. Wilson, pave priority use of existing $2,400

upervisor Construction (Sea~ Th

ambulances in cases of emergen- The Corpraittee have accepted
cy, The Director of Medical Ser- the recommendations of the Civic
vices who was consulted, is im Circle for the laying out of verges

well), S/L. D. E. Henderson, Air-
port Manager.

“to prepare a comprehensive plan

of essential developments at Sea agreement with these recommen- and the planting of hedges and
well Airport” have presented their dations. ditions oer er hy 7 ring ge Satraes
report. Item (2) An additional water tive grounds at Seawell will play

main is being installed to ensure an important part in giving a
a-‘constant supply and it is recom- good first impression to visitors to
mended that Fire Hydrants, Stand the Island and is therefore very
Posts, Fire hose and the necessary esirable.
garden taps should be supplied. 6. Plans

One copy only of each of the

Dr, J. P. O'Mahony Director of Item (3) The Tractor will be }) : ; - is
Medical Services, Col. R. TT. used to pull the Wobblewheel Seat ae terres Under cape
Michelin, Commissioner of Police, roller and. grass cutter and will be arate cover
bye J. — A. Johnson, B,W.1.A. available to manoeuvre rage = PART Ill

irport epresentative, Mr. P. the parking apron and to clear the ‘ y :
Taylor, Branch Manager B.W.LA., runway in case of difficulty or The Committee further consid-

R. M.

In the course of their delibera-
tions the following were co-opted
in an advisory capacity. Mr. N.
Wood appointed Secretary to the
Committee,

; 1 a number of factors which
Mr, Mc Gregor T.C.A. emergency. oo j tance. in’ f j
Operations Manager N, Atlantic, Item (4) ‘The question of {hc Peer eee jor lobraamen
Mr. W. A. C. Stuart, 2 ‘

Station transport was discussed and the ‘ Seat reap i ¢
W. Gir- Director of Highways and Trans- ata ae nat . Se eared
ling, A/D. G.A.T., Mr. D. Chase, port agreed that his department ¢xpenditure ae
Government Electric Inspector, would handle the transportation 1 Air ort Restaurant
Mr. Cooper, Assistant to Electrical of diesel oil and other heavy ri Pp
Inspector, Mr. A. B. Skinner, Di- stores to the Airport. The Committee recommend that
rector Highways and Transport, The Committee consider that a ® contract be drawn up and en-
Miss B, Young, President Civic pick-up waggon is essential at the ‘ered into with an approved Con-
Circle. Airport for light transport ‘and cessionaire. The contract to
PART IL recommend that one be provided. pande ween Seen “ye
The Committee interpreted the The Director of Highways and Giblely displayed) vasidasd @

Manager T.C.A., Mr. K

es,

terms of reference to mean that Transport can make one available : ; . : he
Government desires to bring Sea- if his recommendation is approved ae oe ie
well up to the standards recom- that an officer of his Department gnq penalties for breach of con-
meuded by the International be included under the Travelling tract, ete. The Airport Manager
|Civil Aviation Organisation for Allowances Act; a saving of should be given the necessary
jan International Airport, to pro— $2,700.00 would thereby be effect- authority and assistance to ensure
vide adequate accommodation and ed, that the Concessionaire observe
facilities for efficient operation. Item (5) The Grass cutter is the terms of the contract.
Consideration has therefore required to keep the flight'ways The Concessionaire should pay

been given to every aspect, as far bordering the runway clear of a minimum of $40 per month for
as can be foreseen for the next, long grass. The area is approxi- this concession; this charge to be
say three to five years, While it is mately 60 acres. subject to revision from time to
realised that a considerable sum tem (6) This is necessary for time.

of money is involved, the Com- jocal errands, It is further recommended that
mittee wish to stress the fact rm a canteen be provided for Airport
that in 1949 the Airport was 4, Buildings And Roads, Ete. workers and staff and that o
used by 22,521 passengers and in ‘phe Committee recommend the contract similar to the above be
1950 by 28,699. The corresponding following :— entered into with an approved

for the $ 4,500 00 concessionaire to enable the Air-

figures passengers @aYr- (}) Drainage

riving by sea are 10,196 and (2) Terminal Building ex- .
; _ t : : 40,000 09 POTt workers to obtain meals at
9,634 in 1949 and 1950 respec- (,, Aiterations ‘io existing the lowest possible cost. The

tively; The Committee are of the
opinion that the number of pas-
sengers using the Airpert will
continue to increase, and that
adequate provision must be made
for their safety and comfort.

The Committee are aware that
funds are being provided for the
following services: —

buildings to meet quaran-
tine and other require-
ments of D.M.S. ‘ A
(4) Fire Engine House
(5) Alterations to existing
buildings to provide ac-
commodation for staff and

prices at the Canteen should be
3,500 00 the minimum necessary to pay its
6,000 00 way and accordingly the Commit-

tee recommend that no charge be

made for the. concession. A por-
5,000.00 tion of an existing wooden build-

ing may be allocated for this pur-
3,500 00 pose.

restaurant ** .

(6) Removal and re-erection
of existing car shelters
and storeroom

Visual Beacon (7) Rehabilitation of Seawell
sua é

Estate house : 4,000 00 -2. Other Concessions
Lighting of Runway (8) Furniture for waiting ‘ p
Fire Tender ta a eran : 2,000 00 The Committee recommend that
Wobblewheel Roller (10K Watkins eres i eae 2 in addition to the restaurant, the
Wind Dial, (11) Visitors Gallery on Ter- “2 ; following concessions, among
and are Satisfied that these items Cuttin - 8.000 00, others, be encouraged, both tc

are necessary, ~ improve the amenities and increase

vs an rg ee Total $93,000 00, the revenue of the Airport.
from the committee ted the ae .\ 1. Bookstall and newsagent,
3rd January- 1951, funds have ,.ttem (1) Draimage in the! 5° Tocal Handicrafts,

vicinity of the Terminal building
is most unsatisfactory and it is
imperative that it be put in order
Conclusions before the next rainy-season. A
The committee found that the Plan has been prepsred by the
principal matters requiring ur- Director of Highways and Trans-
gent attention are the electricity Port. .
supply, provision of essential , Item (2) Particular considera-
operational equipment and aero- tion was given by the Committee
drome control personnel, expan- to the question of buildings.
sion of the Terminal Building Jt will be appreciated that the
and drainage of the area in its efficiency of an Airport is based
vicinity, improvement of ae a nh on its tocealiil building
i assengers, adequate it is clear a e present ~. ¢ . ss
ae usiea and cherie building leaves much to be de- With this practice. Should this sys-
of new fire engine, etc, These Sired. While a complete new tem prove unworkable in the
matters and a number of others building is desirable and will future it is recommended that the
are discussed, and the recom- ultimately have to be erected, the manning of fire equipment he
mendations of the Committee Committee are of the opinion that-anded over to the Fire Brigade
given in detail in Parts II and III, its cost of say $250,000. is too high ‘IM any case, the views of the new
while a summary of those which to be considered at. present; in fite-officer should be obtained,
involve capital expenditure is view of the many and more ur- 4, Police Regulations
given below under five main gent requirments of the Airport. The recently published police

heads in order of priority: — It is recommende lati .
I Supply of electricity .. > 29,200.00 ed that the regulations should go far to remove

also been provided for immediate

; 7 . Novelty counter,
repairs to electrical installations,

. Drug Store.
. Display cabinets, ete.

3. Fire Brigade
The present fire fighting crew
has been recruited mainly from
the late R.A.F. personnel who

urwoe

were engaged on the clear under-
standing that they would be re
auired to perform other duties, and
the Committee are in agreement

Dama Onaentat 1120000 Present terminal building be en- the difficulties experienced by
3. Airfield Equipment 11,100.00 Jarged to provide additional successive Airport Managers. The
4, Buildings and Roads ., 93,000.00 ~accCmmodation for immigration; Committee “recommended _ that
5. Grounds .-...s.......4 2,400.00 health, customs, airline offices, in- these: regulations be rigorously
Total ... $145,900.00 formation bureau, waiting rooms, enforced, and point out that addi-

etc. If a complete new building tional assistance would be avail-

PART IL is constructed, in say, the next able if some members of the

1. Supply of Electricity five years, the present terminal ground staff were made Island

building with its proposed ex- Constables.
tensions, would ace’ some of
the existing: wabdbe: tation oc 5.
which will, by that time;-have
ae to the state where
maintenance will be uneconomfé.
A plan of the proposed cateanes panies for ‘Transport fo and trom
aud. alterations has been pre. Sewell, and futhermore receive
pared by the Colonial Engineer,:"° , allowance for meals . which
Item (3) The Director of their hours of duty compel them
edical Services has stated that t0,take at the Airport.
the present quarantine facilities he Committee are of the opin-
are inadequate and has asked for 10” that this procedure is undesir-
1,800 sq. ft. of floor space in a able, and recommend that depart-
separate buildisg if possible, He Mental arrangements be made tc
uso required facilities for clear- ©nd it.

This was the subject of an in-
terim report dated the 3rd Janu-
ary 1951 and now forms Appen-
dix A. of this report, The esti-
mated cost is reduced to $29,200.
as expenditure of $2,500, under
Item 9, for immediate repairs has
already been sanctioned,

The Committee again wish to
stress the urgency of providing M
this service,

Customs Staff

The Customs Officer of officers
are dependent on the Airline Com-

2. Airfield Control
The Committee recommend the
following:—

1) Raising Tower .. $ 800.00

1s} cadin MEI Cnent woke ing and cleaning aircraft sanitary 6. Sale of Petrol at Seawell

_ Way VILF. Set... 6,000 00, equipment. The committee recom. The Committee recommended

pi AS Ey en mend the alteration of am, exist- that applications be invited for the

(8) Phermomatesmbatenter 140.00 ‘N& building close to the parking erection of a petrol and oil serv'ce

(6) Visual Signal Equip- aprory to meet these, require- station fop motor vehicles to be
ment .« 960.00 ments. 7 1

Ground Signal Panels
Airfield Markings
Obstructions flags

G

: ; operated in the vicinity 6t Seawell
It,,is recommended Airport. '

the fire ‘engine house be i ges

situated close to T the aircraft % Canding Char ;

go 8 parking apron and. with direct A comy ve table of charges
access to it. at variou ’

Item (4)
(8) Illuminated Landing
€ os
(9) Emergency Flares "
(18) Inter Communieation va :
Set and — extending me y roel (5) Altera ions, to exist- available
Public address system \ L Y 2 iti 2 reve +
Contingencies es 1,050.00 ie Cullens sn le additional vealed t

1,000.00 that




G2

i Te t\wide variations ex-
1,080 Mmodation for the ist at ifferent Airports, and that

eat’? $11,200.00 restaurant; resi rooms and sani- the charges at Seawell are. far

Item (1) It is necessary to in. ary accommodation for aircrews

} elow any it-
and: the groundstaft ‘em below any of them. The Commit

ployed by tee recommend that, with the ad-

the Airport , i
: f vent of the new landing str
Item (6) It is recommended improved : ai Br ices

that the two existing car shelters sho
be removed to suitable sites, and Gaal aias the scale should bear
et. in addition a block of six some relation to the weight of jn-
ock-up garages be constructed to. '
house Government ‘vehicles, éfc,
A storeroom 24 x 24 ft. is re-
quired
stores,
Item (7) It
that Seawell Estate! House. be >
made ‘available for the Airport "e#4ding the actual~ scale: of
Manager, and that the existing charges at a later date,
Airport Manager’s house should
be oceupied-
Manager,
reside at

crease the height of the tower by
8 ft. so that the Control Officer
inmay command a view of the entire +
runway.
Item (2)
Very High

amenities, these charges

The Four-channel e considerably increased

Frequency transmit-
ter/receiver set. provides for
emergency “as well as normal
cperations. These freqtencies have
been standardised’ by Interna-
tional agreement and it has been
requested that all Governments
make these facilities available by
Ist July, 1951. The
are satisfied that
essential requirement,
Ttems
mittee

dividual gircraft and the length
of flight: The required information.
is not_yet available in detail and
to avoid delay in presenting this
is .recomamended TePgrt the Committee propose to
make ~specifie recommendations

to house Government

Committee

this is an
8. Night Operations

An application has been made
as by British West Indian Airways

will

(3) to (9)
are Satisfied
items are essential for efficient
airport control and recommends
that they should be provided as
early as possible.

Item (10) Instantaneous com-
munication between the Control
Tower, Radio room, Fire Station
and Airline offices is essential ,1t
is also necessary to make pultiic
announcements from time to time
and an extension to public address
system is required. :

3. Airfield Equipment

The Committee

the following:—

D.M.S, First Aid Require-
ments $
(2), Fire Hydrants
Stand posts, etc
‘Tractor

The, Com-
that these

by the Assistant
as this officer
Seawell,.. It be for Seawell Airport to be,kept open
necessary to rehabilitate the at night principally gs‘a diversion-
Seawell Estate House, thereby ary airfield. In view of the -un-
Saving the cost of constructing i
entirely new house.

_ Item (8) Additional
is required’ for the’ waiti

an reliability of the existing lighting
E plant the Committee do not recom-
furniture mend ‘that the Airport be kept
a 8 ng rooms, open for regular night operations
. _ at present, but, when the contrac-
Items (9) and (10) It is tors have finished their work and
recommended that the car park— the runway and flightway's are
pe ae Sate ates ae, the clear, they consider that it might
facilitate parking and traffic. A be kept open if: Xeaulred until
plan has been prepared by the 8 P-M. -On, say, two nights a week
Director of Highways and Trans- for Specific flights, When the elec-
tric power supply has been imple-

port.
not Mented.and the establishment of

recommended

i) Item (11) This- item is

essential to the operation of the airport personnel increased to the
Airport, but is recommended for number negessary for extended
consideration as it would provide Operations thé Committee. recom
much needed space for spectators mend that the airport should be
and is when
source of revenue, as a_ small required Should this recommend-
charge would be made for-its- use @ on. page 5

500 00

and hose
00

00

3,000
3,000
2,700
750
100
1,050

(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Pick-up Waggon
Grass Cutter
Bicycle
Contingencies

00
00
00
00

an important potential open from 6 a-m. to 10 p.m

Total $11,100 00

Report Of The Seawell | TRADE WITH CAND

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WEDNESDAY,

ENC

By GEORGE HUNTE

CANADIAN trade with the West Indies
has a long history and early commercia
records in Barbados exist to show that the
connection had been made as far back as 1771.

In 1845 the records of this island show that
36 sailing vessels left Bridgetown for Cana-
jian Maritime ports.that year. But trade with
Canada is a live thing and more recent re-)|/a=s= mn -
cords have something exciting to report.

Also PENCILS FOR

FLOWER

Statistics made available by Trans-Canada
Airlines prove that in 1948 when the first
jirect service to the Caribbean was inaugur-
ated between Canada and the Caribbean,
T.C.A., carried about 300 passengers to and
from Canada. In 1949 the traffic volume had
increased to 11,600; and in 1950 following the
linking of Barbados to its Bermuda-Trinidad
run and the subsequent stop over at Tampa
and St. Petersburg, Trans-Canada reports
that 15,200 passengers used their services. A
new record is expected this year. Trans-
Canada Airlines is financed entirely by Can-
ada. It’s appearance in the West Indies is yet
another debt that the area owes to the great
Dominion. Its value in terms of tourist dol-
lars particularly to the island of Barbados has
aot yet been fully appreciated. But its poten-
tial is great.

5”; 6"; 1; 8";

Canada has not given up the West Indies
and the West Indies benefit directly and in-
directly from Canada’s interest in promoting
trade and good relations. Kenneth R. Wilson,
one of Canada’s most brilliant journalists,
who writes regularly for the Financial Post,
tells a story in a broadcast over CBC beamed
to the West Indies, that illustrates one of
these benefits. As most Barbadians know, the
Canadian Department of Transport loaned
Barbados one of its best engineers to con-
struct the newly finished runway at Seawell.
As a result of this contract Canada decided
to use Asphalt from Trinidad in building the
new Canadian Airport at Seven Islands on

(the mouth of the St. Lawrence.

But all is not right with Canadian West
Indian trade, in spite of Canada’s wish to
carry out a policy outlined as far back as 1920
by the Canadian Minister for Trade and Com-
merce, Sir George Frazer, when he said:

PHONES :

“Tt is the wish and desire of Canada, as I
may say, it is the wish and desire of the
West Indies, that whatever we can do to-
ward inculeating good relations—commer-
cial relations being not at all among the
least — and thereby more interchanges
largely between ourselves, the result of |

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GOWNS IN POLKA DOTS

which, of course, is the strengthening and
development of the Empire as a whole, it is
our wish and it is our will to do,”

SPORT COATS
IN HARRIS TWEEDS

Those words still represént Canada’s views
about the West Indies in 1951. But_all is not
as the Canadians would like it te. be, and
West Indians are themselves critieal of the
controls which have almost jeopardised their
traditional trade with the British Dominion
in North America.

JANTZEN BATH TRUNKS

IN BOXER, LASTEX
AND WOOL

The Rt. Hon, Clarence D, Howe, Canada’s
present Minister for Trade and Commerce
and founder of T.C.A., commenting on the
new Trade Liberalisation plan with the West
Indies, earlier this month, analysed Canadian
feeling- when he.said:-“Here in Canada we
look on this plan as merely the first step in a’)
return “to” more normal trading relations
with the British West Indies, We seek at the
earliest possible moment complete freedom of
trade and a removal of the many restrictions

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GENTS’ FANCY
BOXER TRUNKS

; MOYGASHEL
which have blocked the traditional trade. chan. SPRINGBAK . __.
nels bétween Canadu and yourselves, (BW.I.)” ANTI-CRUSHABLE .

, LINENS

This is plain speaking and West Indian|!
Governments would be well advised to note
that the speaker isthe Minister who is at this :
moment Minister of T: and Commercé in ' ENGLISH GABERDINES
the Canadjan Cabiiet!Mr. Howe has a repu- Crp
tation for plain speaking. He never speaks for fet ae ee
effect. Canadians are already talking about|f/ VARIETY OF COLOURS
their determination to press for more ¢on-
.cessions when the Trade Liberalization plan
is reviewed in Ottawa in the middle of this
year. Their reasoning and justification is sup-
as by the trend of trade figures during

LAMBSMERE 100%

of Scotland

I am again indebted to Kenneth Wilson for
permission to use statistics quoted in his BBC
broadcast. New 12 month figures of Canadian
irade with the British West Indies show that
Canada purchased $67,500,000 from the Brit-
ish West Indies in 1950. But
the same trade statistics for 1950 show
Canadian exports to the British West Indies
to have been $30,600,000: This was: & drop of
no less than 30/¢. in the dollar yalue of
Canadian sales in the British West Indies, and
compares With $43,000,000 in 1949. The total
for 1950 is the smallest volume of export
trade which Canada has enjoyed ‘with the
colonies since 1940. But when alloavances are
made for changes in prices, the figures are
even more revealing. The actual volume of
Canadian exports to the British West Indies
in 1950 was 5% less than in 1938. It was Tess
than one quarter of the volume of. Canada-
B.W.I. tradesin the peak yearséafter the war.

a one third below the export -volume of i}

e ;: i pos 12?

What about West Indian exports entering
Canada? _Even after allowance “for price
changes, in 1950 there was an actual increase

of 8 per cent in Canadian purchases from the

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Legislati C oP 195 eet ioe 2 |
S tve Council ass I—52 Budget |: Seawell Airport |] BRC FABRIC |
‘iia teeta . : es Bay Street “Windows” _{ tions mains in ~ interim re and extensions at the Airport. the Capital Estimates. Committce | EXPANDED METAL
n inuation 0 n item of $5,200 has been in-) e Committee appoint The recommendations of the Since the draft Estimates were | ' | :
So ceae iaptovement programme. cluded, I am glad to say, to open by His Extellency to report on Airport Committee have ny bean circulated to? members twa im> | oe ee ae TEMPERED HARD BOARD |
$10,000 will be spent on the con- up “windows” in Bay Street over- essential requirements at the Air- received” and are under actiye portant amendments have been|}ation be accepteu .. 1s considerca| fl! OIL STOVES & OVENS
struction of suck wells designed looking the sea. $29.000 has been. Port, which. has been laig on the consideration. The amount in- made. | First, in consequence of a mit ,

a ool . : : - i that Landing Charges gfter 6 p.m. |
to reduce the risk of the Constitu- included for electrical installa~ Table of the Honourable Council. volved is about $117,000, apart strong recommendation by the 0 oerets ere esr

, ; . - : ht be increase 50%
iion River Aooding during periods tions at Seawell Airport. to give: Token . provision. is.also entered from the $29,000 entered’ in the Fishery Adyisory Committee that|8nt De ibcreased by 90







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Se eee Oe reaey ; , : 3 Consideratio: ‘ also x
of abnormally heavy rainfall. effect to the urgent recommenda-- for $1 in respect of new buildings Item 9 in VI, Miscellaneous, of @ On Page 8 Whoa aoe ws "at \daahoe a | "i306" T. Wa RBERT Ltd. —_ f
i airport open solely as an alternace
GOVERNMENT OF BARBADOS. : TABLE “III” Tie oe —+ }to Piarco. The cost of operation |) a: & il Roebuck St., & Magazine Lane. |
|

- pense ttnacinaantinte — —

CURRENT BUDGET FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ist APRIL 1951] of the airfield is much the same se,
TO Slst MARCH, 1952 Man Missing From whether the aircraft actually lands | Few.

AN ANALYSIS UF THE BUDGET 1951-52 or not, but in the latter case no @ -









































oT]
B.W.L Dollars landing fees collected. Th
b ‘Revenue ag per Estimates eo... sd 10,575,612 Alcoa Corsair” Committee hestitate “to. m ake aS AVAILABLE !! a
y \ Deduct A man was missing off the S.S,] specific recommendations on this . t â„¢ =
5 Customs Draw Backs See Contra .. 53,800 Alcoa Corsalr yesterday while the] point they realise the a
H. A. CUKE Income .Tax Refund 190,000 shi po as they realise that it may
‘ aes to # fo i Pp was in the vicinity of the}be a matter of reciprocal Inter-
TABLE I Soltis mecelete i ” s 872,284 aan Channel east-bound to] national policy, but wish to draw a
, er ia te e Carupana coast of Venezuela, attention o 5 Governaes -
. Post Office 1,617 2 ge hake hee “ 4,009 1,120,093 according to a cablegram received Se accom oe ree a
Net Revenue as per Table “II” . oS $ 9,455,519 anno Ta at the local Harbour and Shipping ; .
ot Bipendiare Ss'per Table i> n303'203 , $9455,519 [Department 8. sia _ "POULTRY CHOWS a
O Sadrtetenrrctactinn : : "d enemenie All ships and aircraft moving inf phe c synapsin Wenriin 4
Surplus to be dealt with as under: _.. $ 550,316 % |the vicinity have been requested sl SO Reo
Capital Budget on me $250,000 ~ Customs— to keep ~ ook art for the salisatne ra question of the number of Contra a
Special Reserve ; ec a 150,000 t . Duties Net k. Ks “i .. 3,566,200 | man., officers necessary ta provice a JASON JONES & CO., LTD. —-Distributors. @ ‘
Surplus to General Revenue ‘ zs 150,316 $ 650,316 oe ¥ e ona ‘; ‘ eran dale ee dn tak a airfie se pte t gue ing the @
speek ieee. oS rasoline Tax a Bd 7“ i v 5, 2 54. ” ours of operation o 1e airport
Capital Budget Table “IV” cH a $ 1,429,166"; \ : vee syne “BLUE NOSE MAC The "es eee esta suliareent pro a a @ Bw a « i we a a a a @ eS @ Ss
Loans Funds in hand : en br 111,898 es Diregt Taxation— ON DRY DOCK vides the following Executive
Funds to be raised Mi es 491,384 Income Tax Net .. em sn .. 3,610,000 officers {
Current Revenue (see above) .. i 250,000 Estate Duties % RS oe 1 150,000 $3,760,000 39.% A.ter some days’ idleness, the 1 Airport Manager
From Accumulated surplus . ea 575,884 $ 1,429,166 * engines ol! the dry dock were roll- 1 Assistant Airport Manager ane
.. Other Taxation— ; ing over again yesterday to take Control Officer
To be drawn from General Revenue Balance $ 575,884 Siginm - Daties 50.000 us a gereneee Bye Hes: Mas’ contral -OMicer (post vacant)
To be credited to do. Bi ‘ Pp’ Spose “ ‘ “ pairs, The Cerimittes £26 ened tha
Special. Reserve bah = fo 150,000 ‘ Sweepstakes : : ; 63,000 113,000 1.2] Dock workers started to prepare 2 The hi ae Bape 3 a
Surplus 5 — her hull for painting shortly after is staff is sufficient to operate
plus... ad “2 a ; 150,316 300,316 he airport. efficient! lovin
: mie de Reven :Govt., ; ‘ she was up on dock, The schooner | the airport efficiently on a davn
Reduction of General Revenue Balances .. $ 275,568 i: ‘ is expected to be off her British] t° dusk basis, but note t hat 9 ie
Sheela Licénses ** as ’ 112,395 Guiana — Barbados run for about] POSt remains vacant and rece hs
Rents and Royalties es ; 89,760 a week. She is consigned to the | mended that early action be t uc
TABLE Ia Guat Notes i 3 c eer Schooner Owners’ Association - yp it saa airport is nf ve
Cc. otes a oe : * ept open after 6 p.m. it will be
. Fees of Office po és ; 32,804 necessary to increase the establish |
Net Sep nditure Gigael ean Fe $ soe Fines .. N ee ac DIED SUDDENI Y ment by at least one additional |
2 os es Profits from Departments Net : + Control Office
Redemptions Des Repayments ; 27,752 414,219 4.4 Elsie Goodridge of Grazettes, aM 7 : ya
$10,334,369 ———_-—----__—__—_—- , Black Rock, died suddenly at her The Committee wish to» draw
Net Revenue . Re *: 9,455,519 $9,455,519 100 |home about 12.25 a.m. yesterday|the attention of the Government |i}
Loan Funds in hand as i .. 111,898 $ 9,567,417 aa --~ | morning. Her body was later taken] to the time nPeEN to meg uit ana |
ar tn $ to the Public Mortuary where ajtrain technical personnel of tis |g)
Excess of pancmilayry over Revenue $ 766,952 Customs .. 5,168,200 5f. 9 seat mortem examination was per- [nature and recommend that action
To ke raised by loans : . : 491,384" Income Tax .. 3,760, 000 41.1 formed by Dr. A. S. Ashby whofbe taken well in advance to in- |)
wR Pesenay ad — attributed death to natural causes Jerease the establishment = aml/@)
Net Deficit as above .. 7 +s oe $ 276,568 - 8,928, 200 100 ie PE sda asc authorise recruitment; otherwise it |}
een erry ee ee will be necessary to further post- |
pone night operation or place|#)
undue strain on existing opera-
TABLE Il ‘ tional staff |
B.W.L. Dollars : IE
Expenditure as per Estimates ‘ 4 ai ss vi i. es es ae a> 10,409,184. The < spre omer nag : ae
Add Increase on the Printed Estimates Me s is a4 ei i "a ve i 16,112. ay ae = a rherpepaiierra det ed) |
10,425,296, their terms of reference; they did
Deduct Refunds Customs See Contra +3 or bes <4 iva i sie as ii rere a tee peal yeoman “
» Income Tax i * oe oe os es ee ve ie oe es ,000 . of transport for the sté o an
Departmental Receipts “6 a ae is re “s ab es e. <¥ a 872,284 from Seawell, and recommend that Refresh eng
Post Office and Estates ” ” an - es .. «- ve 8 . 4,009 1,120,093. this problem be examined ‘by the
eee aeahlane Government, ‘
Contribution to Capital Budget and General Reserve .... oa wee ei ye oh ole "400,000. SS &
Current Expenditure Net ise * er oe be 8,905. be Just Received
Gross Less Receipts Net Expgnaitu diture % a aie | L e e
Administrative Costs és ks fe oe 928,752 225 rath 10.4 FRESH, DELICIOUS | nmeigora tng
Pensions and Charges of Public Debt 4s re we 596,366 i 39,037 36 329 6.3 kd ”
Law and Order and the Administration of ‘Justice .. els ss 1,196,835 62,268 ; 1,134,567 12.7 MOIRS ;
ee cy esoe 843,545 134,250 709,295 8.0 a a we oa rm SEEK
é Ss as zs ri eo .* . ’ a 99 ‘ ‘
(b) Water + ae vs ve oa oa 605,254 290,955 314,299 3.5 CHOCOL ATE B ARS PCPODOOO OPPOSE EAP SOD IPE ES LOVE PL PDOE PE PVPPE LSS
(c) Agr iculture i ee 6 we 339,297 47,095 292,202 3.3 x ;
(a) Shipping ana Aiport ©. Sa 8 4 ie 03 gong HARRISON'S 3
(e) Fire Brigade . ie we ee A 5 377 0.2 w Scan! (
(f) Public Market a ‘i a es “oe 40,267 : 10,312 29,955 1,381,697 03 15.5 i pi ogden aha BROAD ST.
& if ee / al _ :
. : PLAIN CHOCOLATE \ oe
SOCIAL SERVICES NUT MILK )
(a) Educati 8 ny ‘ aé * 1,882,472 1,100 1,881,372 21.2 an j
(b) Medical. be at 2 ‘i hts 1,269,689 75,067 1,194,622 13.4 BORDEAUX CHAMOIS LEATHERS | GARDEN SHEARS
° (c) Old Age Pensions .. ns “i oe 475,000 ‘een 5.3 MINT PATTY Selected Qualities 8” Notched STEEL BLADES
(d) Suunhes ss cs ach an a wei 47°875 aa PINEAPPLE 5 ‘
(e) Grants ie ¥ Rs os va ee F ’ S , a ; ; ; ,
(f) Housing eS i 3 ne i >" 22254 22/254 0:3 Price: 10 Cents per Bar, $1.93 & $2. 13 only $2.48 pair
Ce ee a Laie’ Ee ae BRUCE "
(h migration oe s ++ os oe ’ , , 909,080 ‘ 55. i ty eee
$ % reibceer tare
Salaries and Wages os a 5,900,451 60.3 . 9,777,487 $872,284 $8,905,203 100. % WEATHERHEAD
Supplies & Services hi ty 3,718,876 38.1 _ ) TER SCALES
Charges Public Debt oa ti 158,160- =". 1.6

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| The Annual General Meeti r the laws of the State of New Jersey, | cashire, England. Spinners and Manufac~- MSHIP co
The charge for announcements of FOR SALE | held at the YMCA age Oe = REAI United States of America, whose trade | turers, has applied for the registration -
Tesi ees Deaths, Acknow-~ WEDNESDAY 28th inst. at 4.30 p.m . ESTATE for business address is 350 Madison| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Registes SAILING FROM AMSTERDAM *
sae co oka a sea the: a ten a Minimum charge week 72 cents and Notices of motions and/or questions | ~~~ ~~~ — " Avenue, New York, State of New York,}|in respect of piece goods wholly or a val ee a ee te. .
single retire Pam yh Cid ee Mg Mig ygges cents Sundays 24 word: ser 24| Shall be sent in writing to the General U.S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for the | mainly of cotton, not waterproofed or| SS. “Cottica’—éth April 1951, “6
ot Re ec, ates Me ty DN MOLT Condes cept a word ok—4 cents a| Secretary not less than seven days |p SUNCALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed-| registration of a trade mark in Part “A” | rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not} MS. _“Wiilemstad"—12th April 1961. Cie Gle Transatlantique ‘
2 cents per word on week-days and | ord Guedion wee ere | are te ante Soak der sien nanan | Tooms, every convenience — including | of Register in respect of substances used | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be SATLING TO AMSTERDAM &
4 cents per Word on Sundays for each ‘anche | Borden, water supply, As new, #£9,000.] as foods and as ingrediehts in foods; | entitled to register the same after one pwn eee
For Bites es | 1. Mintites. Phone 470. 15.3.51—tf.n.| infants’ and invalids’ foods; and wili| month from the 28th day of March 1931] ™S._ “Willemstad” 2amd March 1951.
For Births, Marriage or Engagement 2. To receive the Report of the be entitled to register the same after | Unless some person shail in the mean- Sen ee” ore SAILINGS TO
announcements in Carib Calling thej ° AUTOM:z0 Executive Committee and Financial} _.» Pare! of land containing 41,752] one month from the 28th day of| time give notice in duplicate to me at ARAMARIBO, GEORGETOWN . Lager
os ae any See ¢ wards MOTIVE statement fos 3) man st ah feet situated at Brittons Hill.| March, 1951, unless some person shall | my office of opposition of such registra- eo ae — sees aan ENGLAND & FRANCE
up to an cents per w for esc! " : ug00-51. t. Michael. in the meantime give notice in duplicate} tion. The trade mark can be seen cn +, sustinian” n are
edditional word. Terms cash. Frone 2508 3. Election of Officers, Members of +i

The above will be set up for sale at
| public competition at our office in Lucas

KK 7 te me at my office of opposition of} application at my office. M.S. “Hersilia” 6th April 1951
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death] ALMOST NEW 12 HP. Bedford Van, the Executive "Committee, and an

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. Auditor. such registration. The trade mark can| Dated this 22nd day of March, 1981 SS. “Cottica” 28rd. April 1951,
Notices only after 4 p.m. Guarantee if required. Extra Masonite] 4 To consider notices of motions | Steet Bridgetown, on Friday, the 30th| be seen on application at my office MH. WILLIAMS, SAILING TO LA GUAIRA, CURACAO via St. Lucia, Martinique,
Flooring. Licersed and Insured. Upset and/or @uextions i Idance | °2¥ of March 1951, at 2 p.m Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951 Registrar of Trade Marks * ete. Guadeloupe and Antigua <
= —_— ——— | Price $1,880. New one Cosi $2,125 wane ee CARRINGTON & SEALY. H. WILLIAMS, , 28,3.51—3n| M.S. “Oranjestad” 28th, March 1951. 7 s we
BIRTH presently. Apply Courtesy Garage. 5. Amy other business. Solicitors. Registrar of Trade Marks ee | M.S. “Willerstad’’ 25th. Avril 1951, in
ie metn CHRISTIE SMITH 16.3.8--Sp, meee et TAKE NOTICE i ae ee ITHBOU
CAR: One Austin 1940, 14 } Vv General Secretary oT “SHARES IN comi nines te, SOUTH UND
HOYTE—On March 27, 1951, at re . net Pp. very | NOTE: A copy of the Report and Finan- ‘ S IN COMP. ee ne Penne aie Tne ernenenenniety °
“Lenape” St. Lawrence, Christ Church, rane eas * Phone 2023, Lae!" | cial Statement can be seen at Registered |, '$, %1,,Barbados_ Foundry ‘Limited, TAKE NOTICE That J. H. BIRTWISTLE & COMPANY | /[-———=—= ae. = GASCOGNE: March 23rd...
eto Miriam wife of Revd. Dalton L. nm Cea et et, | Office, Y.M.C.A., any evening after the | 6.0, preterence 5% Barbados Redif- | LIMITED. a British Company, whose Grenada, Trinidad, British 6
Hoyte—a sister for Esther, John, Many, aD a 20.3.8)—t.f.n 21st inst. from 4 p.m, to 6 p.m bw Niel Serview Limited at 2 p.m. on MILKSTOCK trade or business address is Grane Road 7 Pr , Sortanes |,
George and. Grace. MA-A heone GT Le . 163.5t—an,|PTidey 30th iMstant at our office by Mills, Grane Road, Huslingden, Lan- M.V, “Cacique Del Caribe” will and French Guiana “oe
danrtcbenninicddchiasieiataumbibiaioaticn to erhoncs thats oe Stes eM ersalan — -; public competition. — That THE BORDEN COMPANY, 4] cashire, England, Spinners and Manufac- accept cargo and Passengers for ores
DI we - Engine recently overhauled, | COTTLE, CATFORD & Co, corporation organized and existing under | turers, has applied for the registration St. wucia, St. Vincent, Grenada 33
ED ze er new. Price $409.50 Apply L. A. NOTICE 26.3.51—3n| the laws of the State of New Jersey,| of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register and Aruba. Sailing Friday 30th one
- erbin, Boarded Hall Pltn, Re Estate of oa nnnennnnenes | United States of America, whose trade|in respect of piece goods wholly or instant. Accepting Passengers ee!
BOURNE—Henry, His funeral took place 26.3.51—3n HUBERT THORPE C Others for High Priced Properties] or business address is 350 Madison| mainly of cotton, not waterproofed or ; “ke Passengers
on Monday evening trom his late penbe | oon rn Desbaaed. gnd C Me for Low Priced Properties and] Avenue, New York, State of New York,| rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not MLV.’ “Caribbee”. ‘wilt accent Mail_ and Deck Passengers at,
dence Belmont Road to the Westbury R—One 1948, Model Prefect Ford] Norice IS HEREBY GIVEN that an|Seme Bargsins! U can Buy Properties] U-S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for the | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be Cargo and Passengers for Domin- to Grenada, Trinidad, St. ;
Cemetery. 10 H.P. Done 22,000 Miles. Apply E. C. ;| Thru Me for Much Less than U caa| registration of a trade mark in Part “A"| entitled to register the same after one a ; Martini
Ad Morris daily, Durscombe Plantati persons having any debt or claims} pujid’ RU fed ° ica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis Lucia and Martinique.
a B. Bourne (Wife), J. T. i . ns ntation, | against or offecting the estate of Hubert | Up ? — Don't — until] of Register in respect of substances used | month from the 28th day of March 1981 and St. Kitts. Date of departure ees
Bourne (Son), Kathleen Bourne, | 5t- omas. 23.3.51—3n. Thorpe deceased, late of Chelsea Road. UC D. F. de Abreu —. The Live - Wira| as foods and as ingredients in foods:| unless some person shall in the mean- to be notified i:
Marjorie Towers (Daughters). inner is, the partes of Saint Michael in this and Go - Getter — Who never Titivages} infants’ and invalids’ foods, and will be} time give notice in duplicate to me at . ) - 4
28.3.51—1n = a — MODEL “B” SEDAN (M 3) Island who died on the 29h day otf with Fancy Prices and Inflated Commis-| entitled to register the same after one| my office of opposition of such registra- BWI SCHOCNER OWNERS R. M JONES & Co Lid s
cellent condition, H. ARRINDELL, {December 1950, are requested to send sions! Just Imagine! — A New 3| month from the 28th day of March 1951| tion. The trade mark ean be seen on eal ° ? ”
21.3.5.—t.f.n. im particulars , ot" Wake: aleiens. Saas a er ‘Suvi Design) } urless some person shall in the meantime application at my office ASSOCIATION (INC) AGENTS “
a — nnn | TE : ‘acing a, ght o! ay to Sea, Good! give notice in duplicate to me at my Datetl this 2nd day of March, 1961 ”
THANKS ELECTRICAL DARMEMELE GGnhe ete eae Location and Sea Bathing, Near City,| office of opposition of such registration ey ee as WILLIAMS, Consignee. Tele. No, 4047 ‘ian 814 eg
Waebiaga” Atta Gano as Fa ae Phe wy a beeeteipiateainsis A RIN: GLANS viene Hubert Thorpe deconnal Vacant, all Modern Conveniences, Fully} The trade mark can be seen on applica- Registrar of Trade Marks, Phone =: 3 +S
pha 0a aes dunks and : Lage iy, ONAN—Lighting Plant, 12-15 olts,|c/o Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors, No 13 Enclosed, Yard Made Up, Go'ng for] tion at my office. 28.3.51—3n is
ittended the funeral, sent wreaths, | 20, 4mp8, 400 watts, with lamps and | High Street on or betore the ilst day twot olds tor tabelle Modern Coltake | Dated this 2nd day of March, 1951 EES ;
a * vreaths,| spares. A. Be a a * | (not o! y Fon le, lern Conven- H -LIAMS,
Cards letters of ‘sympathy. or'in arr | Spare A. Barnes #6 Co. tad | of May’ 4001, afer which date 1 shall| jrmceq, Going for Under 4100. “Aver Renistrr ot Trade Moris. | TARE NOTICE .
other way rendered assistance on the] REFRIGERATOR — Canadian Genmal ranted ” sega ‘So Sartios entitled ; Destable 3 Bedroom Cottage at Thorn- 28.3.51—3n
9 ao ee eet Hiectrle canoe: , feet. Perfect working | thereto having regard only. to. such inte cota Ron Denaiioen we + NOTICE | KLIM -
fillage. $ : ; . order. Can be seen at K. R. Hunte &|claims of which I shall then have | i 2 8 ;
Village. Saint. Michael. 28.9.51—1n | ©®- Ltd., Lower Broad Street, Dial 4011 [had notice and T shall not be. lable Talia enuswelt Sane ie eats * TAKE NOTICE That THE BORDRN COMPANY, a :
ne “ - ‘ 22.3 51—6a ake ee per arent Tudor St., Large Garage or Workshop, PENNZOIL corners ti organized and one ene oder Inc. ;
ve beg to return thaks to all thon | REFRIGERATOR: American General} or claim 1 shail not thea hece ioy| Busy Area, Going for Under £2,300, A Unites Bisten ef Aseerion, ‘Waaes teks
we ck to return thanks to all thos®) wicirie 4.4 onb, fost Ferfect working | Loti a an Ae nm have had! New 2 Bedroom Bungalow (Stone wall: That THE PENNZOI. COMPANY, 8 | United States of America, whose trade NEW YORK SERVICE el
kind friends who sent Wreaths letters ; Ns s Ne Z| notice, : Near Rockley, Going for Under £1,700, | Corporation organized and existing under | or business address is 350 Madison 8S. “Myken” - . h March.
of Condolence or in any way expressed | OTU¢T. _ Selling because buying bigger And all persons indebted to the saia M venue, New York, State of New York SS. “Myken" sails 23rd February. arrives Barbados 6t are’ i
rs 1 any ’ 3 a A Bungalcw Type 3 Bedroom (possible | the laws of the State of California, | Avenue, New York, State o ew York, “sg, 7 z i 27 “ sé 3°
their sympathy in our recent bereave- ape Phone 3439. R. W. Tucker, |/estate are requested to settle their (4) at Hastings Main Rd., A-1 Condi-| United States of America, whose trade} U.S.A., Mamufacturers, has applied for the S.S. “Seabreeze” sails 16th March. arrives Barbados 27th March.
ment caused by the death of my czar Cherry Tree Cottage; Garrison. indebtedness without delay. tion, Going for Under £2,350. Stone-|or business address is 942 South Hope | registration of a trade mark in Part “A” “NEW ORLEANS SERVICE ees
beloved husband Clifton ,Cumberbaivh, | 27.3.51—fia Dated this 10th day of March, 1951. | yay Bungalows (2 and 3 Bedroom) in| Street, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A,,| of Register in respect of substances used NEW ORLEANS SE) CE
Evhiline Cumberbatch (wife), Yvonne ‘on ARNOLD DALRYMPLE, and near Navy Gardens, Going for Under | Manufacturers, has applied for the regis- | 88 foods and as ingredients in foods, S.S. “Runa” sails 15th February. arrives Barbados Ist March,
Pauline, Marva, MaRitia (daughters), LIVESTOCK Qualified Executor of the Will of £2,000, £2,500 and £3,000. Seaside | tration of a trade mark in Part “A” of | infants’ and invalids’ foods; pharmaceu S.S. “Alcoa Patriot” sails 7th Mareh arrives Barbados 28rd March z
Clarence, Cecil, Geoffrey (sons), Mrs.) —— Hubert Thorpe, deceased. bungalows and other Residences. An | Register in respect of motor fuels, lubri-| tical preparations, and will be entitl’ | na___mm_-_ - a eee eer
Eldica Skeete (sister), Egbert Cumbcr-| COW: One (1) Graded Guernsey Cow 13.3.51—4n | Ideal Stonewall. Residence suitable for | cant oils, and lubricant greases, and will] to register the same after one CANADIAN SERVICE
batch, Garfield Cumberbatch (brothers).' to calf at any time, third Calf, gave any purpose. Re-Sale Values Assured.| be entitled to register the same after | month from the 28th day of Mareh 195)
25.3.51—2n a niaie. second Caif. A. Williams, NOTICE Finger 3111 and Be Convinced. Call at} on month from the 28th day of March | vnless move Fee take be eead “ake SOUTHBUUND
atin te ne Hose Cottage, i. Grores. ‘ * Oliv I; hs 1951 1 some person shall in the| sive notice in duplica om .
CRIFFITH—We acknowledge with thanks | ge a ae Mp ened Srp pee alpen? i dss bis Up tain meantime give notice in duplicate to me | office of opposition of such registration, Name of Sut SAILS HALIFAX ARAIVES BROS
the cards wreaths and other tokens of | ane x Rime uote say pe sn ee ese AUCTION at my office of opposition of such regis-| The trade mark can be seen on applica- S. “ALCOA PARTNER + +» February 23rd Mareh 6th
sympathy sent us on the occasion of GOAT: (ist. litter) also ewe iid. For] A’ Special invitation is eter to Ola | tration, The trade mark can be seen on} tion at my office. S, “ALCOA PEGASUS" .. * +» March 8th Marehy 20th '
we rahe a wea in aaa further particulars Telephone 8173. Gira of the seheol, Parents and friends application at my office, Dated this 22nd Gay, te saae . “ALCOA PENNANT” ,. ie March 23rd April ard 4
irlam: Griffith who died on the 21s' 28.3.51— . : Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951. . . LAE, '
March 1951. al 7 So Ore Will, be Reuces or" Old Gis, [UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER H. . ee ee eee i
James Griffith (husband), Louise} HORSE: One good riding Horse young School-boys and little visitors , Registrar of Trade Marks. S8.5,01—Sey 5 & é
Griffith (mother), Daphne, Keitha,, and strong. Apply. Foster tat eune | s a en 28.3,51—3n £8. “ALCOA PENNANT"... «. Due March 5th Sails for St, John ae
Barer,” Giccans: Cheeta beet | tities ours, faithfully, | BY, atruetions received 1 witt seit at} Ln Halifax.
(daughters), Leroy (son), Rodney, = = , . s a us van's 3. “ALCOA PARTNER" a ee Due March 20th Sails for St. Johp '
rantioe Cah” Caen center eau a ee 38.3,51—45 for Aw. Weegretaty, | Lane on Thursday March 29un a large TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE ; & Halifax 4
‘grand children), Lavan and Clyde PUPPIES: (2) smooth hair Fox Terrier of Oe: ee att ics Soecres pe Rania” “malvaniged BIG BEN Tr eae =
(son-in-law) 28.3.51—In itches, 9 weeks old. Phone Miss Wood eS Phere | Sinetg th: Vayiols Rass. Sale at 1 Dir. DISPA &
net he enn ato ete ati none | AONE 28.5.51—3n VINCENT GRIFFITH, These vessels have limited passenger accommodation, i the
IN ' MEMORIAM } - NOTICE Auctonest. |. That PETER LUNT & COMPANY | That J..H. BIRTWINTLE & COMPANY ana erneRaNaREe aun *
4 -3.5.12—2re y © TED, a \s| Company, Ww ULF ) .
ae ae Pie MECHANICAL PARISH OF ST. PHILIP 3 TED, @ limited lability company | Cote or business address is Grane Road{ ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND G

neorporated under the laws of Great
Britain, whose trade or business address





Sealed Tenders — marked on envelope,

: “ Mills, Grane Road, Haslingden, Lan- aan CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
MILLER—In ever loving memory of our BICYCLES—With and without ‘Tender for Residence” — are Invited for cashire, angiana, Spinners ‘ena Manuises APPLY DA COSTA & >

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ames cet ante Who fell speeds for Ladies, Gents and children. See oe ae ps: Pulse Bove Mtoe By instructions ived I 1 sell. at ee Seat ea apple fee the | turers, has applied for the registration | . picasa siete see
asleep on March 28th, 1949. Secure yours now. Courtesy Garage. ; 4 ¥. ars Will sell At | egistration of a trade mark in Part “A” | ot a trade mark in Part “A” of Register 3 4
Always in our thoughts Wh The House is of board and shingie and | the General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street n ° : ods wholly
Row ava th. wus hears iteperk Rd.’ Dial 4301. 22.3.51—8 | can be inspected on, application to Mr.|on FRIDAY, 30th (1) A-40 Austin Car. | Of Register in respect of soaps (other WBF Regie ern a eatasereuted a o
t arts i ele h abet elisa eae te f ’ . ‘ s * ts ana] mainly o a
As long as life and memory lasts | _ BICYCLE ACCESSORIES — Pumps, Ne a. peniigihg a eearal by the Geren tee ie ee prepetinee ane sepia toe. laundry rainproofed, and articles of clothing, not . 4
2p We shall remember thee 2 | Saddles, Connections, Patching Kits, di tenant e te sin thee 14th April ‘erms cash, purposes, and will be entitled to register | waterproofed or rainproofed, and will be nee
Ever to be remembered by Freddie her wheels etc. Apply Courtesy Garage , Undersigned not later : Pp VINCENT GRIFFITH, the same after one month from the 2Ath { Cntitled to register the same after one 3
ee Baddie: Lat eee Reins aa Whitepark Rd. Dial 4301. 22.8,51—6n ilicsonadiés purchaser must be prepared ee Det. @ay of March, 195) unless some person eon from the 28th an . a 1951 yen :
sister, uddie, Luther, an ee er 8 .3.51- * ‘ 4 ne rson si n e mean- ™~
ors 0 3% skall in the meantime give notice ‘| unless som pe
brothers. %.3.51—1n | CARRIER BIKES and Bleycles by | Wotea tne after sai oD ° | ConON BALE OF COMPLETE DAIny [duplicate 10 me at my office of opposi-| time give notice In duplicate to ma at OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
————————— Hercules. Silver King. A’ BARNES -é& The Vestry does not bind itself to sell At Gibbes’ “st Peter, on Thursday tion of such registration. The trade | my bat ae cin eats te 1g ven "on
PER ONAL ;CO., LTD. 20.3.51—t.f.n. | +. the highest or any tender. next the 29th March at 2 o'clock the Mark can be seen on application at my te ton eae can seen on Due
“ees - * P. S. W. SCOTT, complete dairy which consists of several Joffce. ay * Ds A of March, 1961 From Leaves Barbados"
| MISCELLANEOUS Clerk, to the Vestry, cows mostly young ones, 1 Young Grad- Dated this 22nd Ge, OF Mae Tees Dated this 22nd ar ¥ erase Vessel
nt St. Philip. ed Bull, (1) Spring cart and Harness, % = he 7 £ Trade Marks. ‘ is 9
The public are hereby warned against | ANTIQUES — Of every tion 3.3.51--7n | Milk Cans & Boxes, 2 Horses over 14 * Ramisitet of Tyade Barks. Registenr 0 28.3 51a | SS. “SUCCESSOR” .. Liverpool 10th Mar 25th Mar
giving credit to o«* wife MILLICENT!} Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver —————_——_——_————_ ——--— | hands, Set of Buggy Harness, Cream ie S.S. “STUDENT” ++ Glasgow & :
EVELINE CUMRE “RBATCH nee . Watercolours. Early books, Maps. Auto- NOTICE Seperator, (2) Large African Ram Sheep, South Wales 18th Mar 2ndApr.
BISHOP) as I do not told myself re | Staphs ete. at Gorringes Antique Shop f (1) Ewe Goat, (1) Berkshire Boar, ) ——[T$—<—<——_— —_ hn dhilethon:kt vaitee oat tee heek ath Tar.
sponsible for her or anyone else eontract- | ¢dJoining Royal Yacht Club. IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES | Breeding Sow, (2) Small cars (Hillman § © TICE S. he 8 Lon , Mar 3rd Apr
ing any debt or debts in myname Unies | 3.9. 90—t.f.n, ACT 1910 & Austin Seven) (1) Six volt Wind GOVERNMENT NOTI S'S. “TACOMA STAR” |, Liverpool 29nd Mar, —3r
by a sipmed by me ‘ and Charger. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer, S.S. “HERDSMAN” .. London 28th Mar. 15th Apr.
AU CUMBERBATCH, | BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel, in|IN THE MATTER OF WARD TRUST 25.3.51—3n. ‘e « ” ; 5th Apr.
Hoste V White, Green, Primrose with matching COMPANY LIMITED S.S. “DEFENDER’ «. London 3ist Mar. aah
oyte. Vil units to complete colour suites. Top NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant! YNDER THE SILVER DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT S.S. “SCHOLAR” .. Liverpool Ist Apr, 14th Apr.
18/8 1-+-0n grade, A. BARNES & Co., Ltd. to section 176 of the Companies Act 1910 VACANCY FOR A STORES’ CLERK rT aa







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CURTAIN FITTINGS—For smart win-
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u& meeting of the creditors of the above-
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k For Closes in Barbados
draperies, By Kirsch. ‘Dial 4476 A,| Street, Bridgetown, Barbados, 0n} On THURSDAY 29th by order of Mrs. THe . ( Vessel ‘0
BARNES & CO., LTD. "13.2.51—-t.4.n ee ee Ensen April 1951,! Gerald Skeete, we will sell her Furniture The post is pensionable with salary at the rate of $480 a year a an
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POST OFFICE NOTICE | DEF?, PREPZE—cCapacity 8 gal. in| , Dated the 22nd day of March, 1951, Good Extension Dining Table. taeat 12) | rising by annual increments of $48 to $912 per annum, — 8.8. “MULBERRY HILL” ., London . oe Bie, ;
excellent working order. “At Ralph ,A. | DEIGHTON MOND LEACH» YARP | Upright Chairs, ‘Pedestal Sideboard, Din- The appointment will be on one year's probation in the first in- | 8.8. “PROSPECTOR” =... Greenock ist Mar. —
PARCEL POST Peace eee Ce ee eee Liquidators, Botan Page bre este Writ ect): Tstance and will be made subject to the selected candidate being pass- 8S. “CRAFTSM RI SPs okt cae 7 -
In consequence of Regulation |-——---____—_-——— ~ . 23.3.51—3. | Cocktail Tables with glass tops, Morris} ed as medically fit for employment in the Public Service. anita
4 ee DRIED FRUIT: Prunes ins, Cur —————————-———~—~ | Chairs & Cushions, Hatstand "all in . d| For further information apply to y
ade , x ; " 5 . : 1, sins, - » a ’ ‘ oe 5 we
tng Gein eeein eee rants, Dates and Mixed Peel, Glaced POWELL SPRING HOTEL Mahogany: Glass and China, Breakfast Candidates, who should - ae ae ae ee or r 0. on apply -
, s “A, | Cherries M. Ford, Dial 3489, 435, BATHSHEBA Service; very nice China Tea Service; } thirt 30) years, must be able to read and write English an 2
ret with effect from the 2nd] Roebuck st 28-3.61-2m] It has been brought to my attention | Gzey Dawn Tea Set Plated and Silver i ‘3 iia up to School Certificate Standard DACOSTA & CO.. LTD.—Agents . Sy
April the Parcel Post Branch on aoe ——| that a rumour is being widely circulated | Wrre in Entre shes; Tea Service; , ° TS ire a: = te Wh cs B FRUIT IN TINS: Pears, Peaches, | that my business as proprietor of this | Silver Salt and Sweet Dishes &c, &c The person appointed must at all times be prepared to promptly i
1e 1arf will be open to the] Apricots, Prunes & Fruit Salad, Grapes Hotel has been “liquidated”, and that] Pictures, Folding Card Table; Jones ‘ah t and 1 ith e e s as
general public as follows:— large and small. W. M. Bard. Dial} the notel is being carried on by someone | Sewing Machine; Electric Floor Lamp; | 4nd willingly carry out the work of the department and comply w: di N. tional Steamshi
(a) Week days (except Sat- | 248%, 35 Roebuck St. ~~ 88.3.51—2n | cise Clocks, area Pte hay ase every instruction and requirement considered necessary for the proper an a
avs Py, g wiki y oth rs, this e is | stead an pring, Ha is, Deep ‘ : A aa . ‘ ‘
wee from 8 a.m, to 3 i HAMS: Tinned Hams 1b Tins, 2¥% pane eee et rumours, eee Mattress, Dressing Tables, Cedar Press,| ordering, purchasing, receipt, recording, issue, disposal and safeguard | gourgpounp aol oui! sit herées “Vale” 5
6 re Sees aia ty u pay te Tins, and. Peer been started by some MALICIOUS per- eee Serees, ae voulin's oon of all property and stores, and to perform any other duties that may Montreal Halifax Roston Barbados Barbs o8
to 42 neon: 135 Roebuck St 28.3.51—2n | “°T' Cin mesure ity numerous patrons that | ing order, Kitchen Utensils, Larder, Coal] be required of him by the Director. LADY WELBON 1 oe oe 6 ee ee
General Post Office, “VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirsch Sun-aire Sat it chatted ac sar do A ay oe seclietne Sevee, terbeas erene The person appointed will be required to be on the job in time oe as re * 18 Apr, 1# Apr. vi At , af ae:
24th March, 1951. all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to your | an4 that my motto remains, fs always, | Cloths and Handworked Tea Cloths, Hose] to start work each day at 7 a.m. and must not leave the job until] LADY NELSON 1.1 May 1 ay ae ay 2 June 21dane
28.3,51—2n. | 47° ANNES & Co, Ltd DM 41 sa Home away Roe TER my Saver ee ee cent Tools, Plants} otter work has stopped each day. aire a Boy toute $ uly 6 July 14 July 16 Jiuly
. i: z . AUBREY CAR’ ’ end many other ‘ : 3 3 3 f :.
Pe Rete ne) 8,8; Proprietor and Manager. SALE 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash, Applications, which should be made on forms obtainable from the | LADY RODNEY +. 80 July 2 Aug. 4 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug
MILK—Pure fresh milk delivered twice 28.5.51—20 | BRANKER, ZROEMAN & CO. Colonial Secretary’s Office and sealed in an envelope marked “Appli-
daily. Mrs. W. M. Worrell, St. Matthew's M inti aa? CY ays and
Vicaroge. Phone 3025. ©2929) DUBLIC OFFI § 25.3.51—2n ‘ > she0 for the Post of Stores’ Clerk, Department of ae nq | NORTHBOUND Arrives Balls Arrives Arrives Arrives | Arrives = mot
a ransport”, should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary’s ce a Barbados Barbados eaeten 5 els nm Halifax on
ROLIaUE DASLIER MOVIE SCREEN ill b ted up to 12 n Saturday 31st March, 1951 LADY RODNEY ..27 Mar. ar. eee Rake — Ape :
1 case, good order, Fitt, City Pharmacy. 1 willpe accepted up to oon on mavurday , f LADY NELSON {112 April 14 April 23 Apr. . 24 Apr, 28 Apr. in
r 18.3.61—ttn. (The Previn a), TAKE NOTICE 21.3,51.—2n. | LADY~RODNEY °:10 May = 12 May 31 May “ 22 May oe nig
——eeee_—_—"—O8—-—" - y “ : aa 6 ‘ ” =“ une
: at te yaa - as siiak A aa ecterncen HEMO SOOOCOOOL POOP A OOO % LADY RODNEY 3 July 5 July M4 J uly aos 16 Ju iy r ; ae
5 : 1 : 4 rf , na 9 Aug.
J r will be sold at my office to the highest That THE BORDEN COMPANY, -?* LADY NELSON ,.27 July 29 July 7 Aug. 11 84
LOST A FOU ND bidder for any sum not under the ap-| oorporation organized and existing under LADY RODNEY ..26 Aug. 28 Aug 6 Sepr. 8 Sept. mt














praised value. All that certain piece Of] the laws of the State of New Jersey,
Land containing by admeasurtment 28.6] United States of America, whose trade
Perches situate at Bath Village, in the] 5, business address is 350 Madison
Parish of Christ Church butting and Avenue, New York, State of New York,

N.B.—Subject to change without notice.
bers. Passenger Fares and freight

All vessels fitted witn cold storage, chafffs
rates on applicdtion to:— a

LOST

SHAWL: On Easter Monday. Fringed



AUCTION SALE









Pattern Shawl Between Stafford House | bounding on lands now or late of one U.S.A., Manufacturers, has applied for pate
and Aquatie Club. Reward. Stafford ; Clarke, on a oe i eae es the registration of a way en a ¥ “
House 28.3.51—1n | o11 two sides on the Public ad, toge “A” of Register in respect of substan ‘
y with the messuage or Dwelling Houses, | used as foods and as ingredients in foods; GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. — Agents. er

TO-DAY PHOTOGRAPHS: on Broad _ Street. | Buildings, &c., appraised as follows:— infants’ and invalids’ foods; pharmaceu-

Envelope containing Photographs of The whole property appraised tO] tieal preparations, and will be entitled otiahecedé
at 11.30 A.M. young Bay—Reward. Phone 8416, EIGHT HUNDRED AND THIRTY | 1, register the same after one month oe
: * 283.5111 | THREE POUNDS (£833.0.0.) Attached | from the 28th day of March 1951 unless

from Ethelbert Johnson for and towards

‘& some person shall in the meantime give
satisfaction, &c.

a FEARN vi notice in duplicate to me at my office

e CAT: | Lost on Saturday last, Siamgse

CTL

Male Cat fawn with brown face, lexs, N.B.— 25% gad to be paid on daw of opposition of such registration. ™
Avenue, Belleville. tail, blue cves. Maxwell's Coast Rel rd of purchase, trade mark can be seen on applica 7 jae.
Oe gee Telephone’ sit. 26.9.51in 7 eee ya, | at amy ofce MOTHERS AND MOTHERS TO-BE ae

Ritter ne remo and prinee es Provost Marshal.
WALLET Between Wednesday and| Provost Marshal's Office, P
Thursday last probably in Broad Street 24th. March, 1951. 28.3.51—2n
one Grey Camel skin Wallet Comte tr ing | epee: eens

owner's visiting card and other docu. FOR RENT

ments of value to owner Reward

offered on returning to Advocate Adver-} yinimum charge week 72 cents and
tising Dept. 28.3.51~20.) 96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
7 words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a}

Dated this 22nd day of March, 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
28.3.51—3n,

CANADIAN SERVICE

From Halifax, N.S., St. John, N.B.
To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, B.G.

John MM. Btadon

Auctioneer,
’Phone 4640
NTATIONS BUILDING |

KNOW THE SHEER DELIGHT OF
SHOPPING FOR BABY AT



MAIL NOTICE





LOADING DATES



Expected Arrival

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ih. Dat dectown,
be word’ Sundays. Mails for Trinidad by the 9.8. Golfito | tatitax Hc Joho Manteant:(: Paton Sridestaven
FRETS rsa we WANTED HOUSES Nab be, cheare At te General Post Office . 88. “BEBCH HILL” . | 17 March ae his a Ape ial
* pervect ‘Mail at 3 p.m. on. the 30th FOGARTY S oi BENNY" . v6 31,-Mareh -- “ 16 Apr co
Minimum , charge ieek: TB Cente “C1 | scinnidhisinnntenteensinttieminiiasnignsaennisenteumimimiens biccon 1961 — a8 “POLYCREST 12 April | - 28 Apr. "
woite' & Menten Giri ioeohiord Cente *S wean Me tines S Section ae a, Registered Mail arid Ordinary’ Mail’ at 8.8. “FEGGEN' a8 # April + 29 April 10 May
a ain le astings, ‘acing a. alia! “ . . i ;
RE AL ESTATE word’ Sundays. Bath with Heater, Suitable one person | 1018 a.m. on the Sist March 1961. “RED STAR” DIAPER—24 inches wide alliance ets aa eta: as 5 taeda mae
| HELP or couple. Telephone 2949. a sins ¢ —10-yard packages at $5.29 per package U.K. SERVICE aa
; ce bg A» aa RA, Ge li Ad ertisin From Glasgow, Liverpool, Newport, London, anit {
y BUNGALOW: Modern Bungalow sit-. Kn 6 4 . Newport E tedu Aseival
J 0 ii Re COOK: Wants. Poations trained by | uated at gah Black ea R ss t own By V “RED STAR” DIAPER—27 inches wide Glassow Liverpool Swansea nétee rtd eeto wit, 2
veniences. al 2338. .3.51—t. fn, PB pe
yt aptoyh Gnasetinnnh ie tee fated penne eciann tite oried 10-yard package @ $5.42 per package 8.8. “SUNWHIT” 20 March | 17 March | 10 March 8 Apelle~
or abroad; reference given. Contact ; eee Pr pn if ind ge, a he pee 46 Meuek " pong jo Maxon | ag April 4
Josep! . 8.8. are ir ir ¥ nail 1
4 e wu ers ip igs ae oy Wardrobes and all modern conveniences, BABY MUSLIN SQUARES tes eae err re ae ae Tr earn i
Long lease preferred. Apply Mrs. Fried- d Pack: @ $7.20 ackage From Rotterdam, Antwerp, London Expected—Arrival i
man, Hotel Royal. 13,3.61—t.t.n, 12-yar ackage MISCELLANEOUS "Sieur, erie nae ot ss, “SUNAVIS” 15 March =17 March ~—s.27 March 2A. oe
MRL ADDON ricerca ra | RY RO epg ms vo OMBOR ae
La: Schweppes onic fater ris urch, Vallabie mmedia' iv. ” on | ~~
Bottles @ 36c per doz. Apply to John-or | Furnished, Fridge, Electricity and water. NICE d EASY BABY CAMBRIC i MARINER" ., 18 April 14 April 25 April : 11 May —-
& Redman, Roebuck Street. Apply Frederica” PitsPatrick Telephone an White, Pink and Blue @ $1.14 per yard Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED. _—— x
£8.3.51—Zn | 3835, 3 in ;
A.F.S., F.V.A. Phone 4703 i
' ENGINE: V-8 Ford 1937/38 @ h.p.| “FLOWER DEW” at Maxwell Coast The Money-Savin Way BABIES’ BIBS (White)—10c. each ee
Formerly Dixon & Bladon with starting motor in good condition. | Road, Right of Way to Sea, Good Bath- NICE M gany, Cedar, Birch. 5 — a ————— 4 =. — =
4 Also radiator if available, Dial N. Niles | ing, a Comfortable 3 Bedroom Cottage, 1 arid oth Bedstoade: Orudive, a
3213, 3078 27,.3.51—in | all Modern Conveniences, Fully Furn- ee % x go $9 to ry BABIES’ CHENILLE BED QUILTS @ $2 25 each _—
ished (Linen and Cutlery if required), |}] Vanity and other Plant and Wead- E — PASSAGES TO EUROPE
FOR S ALE ; ee tie ee 7 ee, ae Seer, a ee Sarna’ ‘ing-lamps Stools $12
‘ ery, o ina, silver a effie! e.| D 3111 after 9 a.m., D. F. de reu, . y ~
joinine ‘Royal Yacht Chib. nt ns | Auctioneer. = 49.9-0-30 1 sates is gronk Wlsty of ‘sises BABIES’ BOOTIES @ 66c; 78c, and 90c. per pair Contact Antilles Products, Limited, Roseau, Dominia., for sail- i
— a 7 01 al 7 ~
} eeronanoaien ee Moonee 20.250 TPN, | se; ||| tyler 74. finishes for Dining. ing to Europe. The usual ports of ca)t-are Dublin, London, or
ty at Bachelor Hall, St. Jarues. IMMEDIATE CASH for broken Jewel- and other uses-—Morris, ‘Tub and BABIES’ MATINEE COATS @ $2.00 each Rotterdam, Single fare £70; usual rfiductions for children.

This land has

Frontage, ane of
trance drives in
handsome venue of Casurinas.
Is well ¢ ited with ornamental |
and fruit ng trees. Excellent

buy for ivate Residence or
Developr

a
f

wide Beach
the best en-
the Island. “A





b



John M. Hiadoa

REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
’Phone 4640





lery, gold nuggets, coins, ere, jade,

Antique Shop. Dial 429, re
ntique 5

° 20.2.51.—t.f.n.

» ie =

Happy Easter

&
G reetings”
And all the
8S eason’s best wishes

From___G. A. SERVICE

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Rush Suites and separate pieces



The Annual General Meeting of Sateas ieelnie ar OGpringiike
the B.A.F.A, takes place at the Cushions, $3.50 up.
Y.M.C.A. Headquarters, Pinfold i C
Street, on Friday March 30 at 8 DESKS with. flat or sloping ttinemecmnttn
P.m, ses—-Ward-
The Council of the B.A.F.A. See ann ike ieee mene
meets at the YÂ¥.M.C.A. Heid-
quarters, Pinfold Street, on Singer and other hand and

Thursday March 29 at 5 p.m.

c aking achines,
Club Secretaries treadle and Bootmaking machin

— $18 up—Mandolins, Banjos.

notified



that affiliation and Registration
forms can be obtained from the
Honorary Secretary Mr O. S&S.
Coppin.. C/o Barbados Advorgte L S WILSON
or at “Windsor Viila’’ Bay Street. * °
Oo. 8. COPPIN, .
Hon. Cecty. B.AF.A Spry St. Dial 4069















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ARE BEST BY TEST

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PAGE EIGHT



Legislative Council

@ From Page 5 its new
the Revolving Loan Fund for the arrears

approved strength but the
of work are being steadily








Rehabilitation of the Fishing In- worked off. I am sure, however,
dustry should be increased to that Honourable Members will
$50,000; item V, Lo , on page preciate that all cannot be
128 of the printed estimates has made spick and span in a trice
been increased from $494 to There are plans under considera-
$20,494. tion, plenty of them, such as a

The other amendment is in ‘ new refrigeration plant and abat—

spect ot Head Vill on page 126 yoir at the Public Market; the
of the printed estimates, under yew extension of the General
which it has been necessary to in- Hospital is not dead: a Pioneer
clude a revote of $200,000 for the j»q@ustries Bill and a Bill for a
construction of the new runway SuBLie Service , Commission are

at the Seawell Airport under consideration by Executive

Draft Estimates Committee at the present mo-

When the draft Estimates we 3 ment; the financial and otnne bp
being framed it was anticipated plications of the Deep ater
that all work on the new runway Harbour Scheme are being tackled.
would have been completed by When thé time comes for devel-
the 3ist March, 1951. Abnormal ¢pment priorities to be considered,
rains in February and other fac the East Coast Road will be con-
tors have, however, delayed the cigered along with others, But I

completion of the work, and a re- + oujiq make a strong plea for pa-




vote will be necessary for ex t o<
diture which cannot be, met nENce es Sena oes

Pete . f th urrent Since I arrived in this Island
bs Saat a . e curren’ 1 have vowed never to give a
een oct s to increase total firm promise that any particular
equncsiuce a Cc apital Works thing will be done by a particular
from $1,585,972 to $1,805, 972. The date for fear that, perhaps through
increased expenditure being met 0 fault of mine, the promise may
from the General Revenue Bal— Pt be kept. But, provided that
ance is $20,000, making the total there is no war or any other ma-—
expenditure from this source J calamity, I have hopes that
$575,884, and from C.D. & Ww everal matters, Which may seem

to the general public to be dead
cr moribund, will in fact be stirred

the total
ource

funds is $200,000, making
expenditure from this

$376,806. The overall effect of allfinto life before the time comes
amendments which have beenffior the next Budget to be pre-
made to the draft Estimates is 1 sented

reduce the anticipated surplus f¢ Hon. H. A. Cuke seconded the

1wotion. He then referred to an
nalysis of the budget for 1951—
02 which had been compiled by
him and circulated to hon. mem-
Tard L-rs, He reminded the Council
A Criticism irat he had been doing, this for

I wish to refer briefly to two 1 last three or four years.
further matters and then I shall This analysis was a digest of the

the year from $166,428 to $i 50,316
and the General Revenue Balanc
at 3ist March, 1952, fro

$3,923,544 to $3,887,432

have done. First, my attention budget figures under the various
has been drawn to a_ criticism Heads, he said.

that the Estimates have again “It is a rather difficult thing
been submitted late to the Legi to say that you ‘are having a
Jature. In Malaya there is @ Reserve Fund when in truth and
proverb “Biar berdawat biar in fact you have actually reduced

hitam”, the rough translation of your position,” said Mr. Cuke.
which is “If you are going to They would see from Table I. of
cover yourself with ink, you may the analysis, that there was a
as well do it properly”. surplus to General Revenue of

But it does seem to me that in $550,316, but against that there
this instance the Goverrment has weuld be drawn from General
been bedaubed with ink more Revenue Balance the sum of
liberally than it deserves. The $575,884. Therefore taking the
Estimates were laid on the Table overall picture into considera-
of both Chambers of the Legis ticn, an_ increased balance was

Jature on 27th February and not not really being created, it was
on 6th March, as was suggested being reduced.
in the criticism that I have read wir Cuke referred to the



Nevertheless I must admit that budget figures of 1940-—41 which
the Estimates have only come up he said he had mentioned last
for discussion in the Council s year, and stated that the expen-
few days before the end of the diture of the colony at that time
financial year. ‘This year the Was $2,424,398, This year if they
Acting Financial Secreltary—and [I left out Subsidisation which was
for that matter—had barely un- not an item then, the expendi-
packed our bags before we were ture would be $7,828,423. Those
pitchforked into the irksome task Of them who dealt in commerce
of preparing the Budget, but we would not be particularly shocked
will do our best to ensure that, by increased figures. It was

quite evident to everyone thar
with the increased cost of sup-
ylies, the increase in the cost of
iving and the increase in wages
and salaries, the expenditure of
for consideration rather earlier Government without giving any

greater service than what they

Social Services r
? r ~ had given before, had to go up
Finally, what of the future? I puistantially,

have read the suggestions in the Mr
Press that the Government is not hak
interested in the development of

despite the late receipt of esti-
mates from Heads of Departments
and other delays of one sort or
another, next y« the Estimates
are forwarded to the Legislature








Cuke
direct and

then referred to
indirect taxation, In

: i 1940—41 he sai i as
social services or the encourage - 7 aid, indirect taxa
ment ‘of new industrial enter- “90 was 7.8 per cent, today it
i The e sl sgestions sim ly was 57.9 per cent. Direct taxa-
PhIsCs oe eae S SIMDIY tion was 29.2 per cent, it was

are not true. , 7
I have referred already to the oe oe tg
need for an examination of the i
resourees of the Island before an
ordered plan of development can
be formulated, and would remind
Honourable Members of the pas--
sages in the Acting Colonial
Secretary’s Budget Speech last
year and His Excellency’s Ad-~
dress to the Legislature on the jt was not nossible for commer.
opening of the Leg'slative Session oj) firms 10 build up their busi
of the current year, in which posses with direct taxation at the
ed ee i Pet aee tiie high rate it was at. In actual
yeakness oO ve adaminis “actice > ar »
trative machine and the way in Peeing 4b ee cont os ti ethane
which, in the Secretariat in par- jy’ taxation, and depreciation al-
er ore bee ee ap ne lowances were on the low side.

n 1e Estimates hich ar :
before Honourable Members to not soeaat' Lie, eae
day there is provision for a large fy) as one might believe from ot
increase in Personal Emoluments, good revenue that had come in it
but I would remind Honourable yecent years. He felt that a Cat
Members that by no means all cession was near, and that was
the new posts have yet been filled. why it was all the more neces-
i earls of provision for poe sary for the Estimates Commit-
n the Estimates does not of itself te ini ? ,
Seles itor orebiam. tee to scrutinise carefully every

. item of expenditure.
The Secretariat : : :

So far as the Secretariat is ,, He was saying with sincerity
concerned, it is still two short of that the commercial community
was reaching the limit of their

taxable capacity.
_ He thought that where the Na~
tional Debt was concerned they
were in a_ fairly healthy state

cent.

Cuke said he was not at
all happy about what he consid-
ered the rather inflationary state
of affairs that existed in the is-
land. He did not believe that
people fully realised the tremen-
dous financial strain which com-
panies were undergoing. Capital
costs were increasing rapidly, and







Traffie Don't

but in saying that, he would
No. 12 caution the government against
making rash loans, bearing in

® mind that the provision of a deep
DO NOT LET water harbour was of top priority.
YOUR CHILDREN PLAY He thought they should husband

a ane all their resources for the carry-

IN THE STREETS ing out of that project. It was a

@ project that would require a large

amount of money, and Govern-

Space mage available by ment should not spend rashly on
CANADA DRY schemes of less importance.






















for Safer Motoring He seconded the motion that
. the bill be read a second time.
| They They'll Do Tt Byer ‘Time been emda
oe Soest eis Sera =e eee
Togerourst _/ iva sew Tar "THEN WHO
ALL; ANGINA BUTTON ON? CAN YOU \\ TAKES THE RAP
HAS’ TO WA!T GET THAT SFOT OFF THE FOR SENG

LEFT LAPEL? GET ME THAT
MITE ON WHITE SHIRT AND
THE PURPLE TIE WITH THE
| TURTLES ON “LEATHER CUFF:
LINKS “PURPLE SOCKS +A
SHOE: LACE-WHERES

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BARBADOS ADVE OCATE



Two Records Set
Pass 1951—52 Budget Upat Combermere * :

K. S. LEWIS, Class II athlete of the Champion Set, C,
scored 18 points to become Victor
School Sports yesterday.
Two records were set up and one equalled ;
Class HI high jumper
record 4 feet 8% inches, scaling the bar at 4 feet 10 inches.
H. A. Niles, a Class II discus thrower, hurled th discus “4
82 feet 11 inches, beating the old record 82 feet
which was set up only a year ago.

which tied with B,
Ludorum at Combermere

meet.

The time for the 80 yards in

class V, 11 1/5 seconds, was
equalled by C! O.. Gill.

The day was a good day of
sports with keen rivalry, but for
the grand jumping of R. C.
Forde, a lithe, loose jumper,
there was not much individual
brilliance.

The victor ludorum, Lewis won
the 440 yards race and the long

jump, He came second in the 100
end 220 yards.
The best long distance runner

Combermere has on the track is
K. S. Barrow who won by a zlepr
margin the 440 and 880 yards dis-
tances, His times, however, were
not very impressive,

In G. N, B. Grant there seems
to be sprinting ability He is a
small class TI runner who did
the 100 yards in 10 4/5
and the 220 yards in 25
win both races.

Tony Wickham who won- the
Qld Boys’ race at Harrison Col-
lege at their sports last week
also won the Combermere, Old
Boys’ race.

School Champion

OLIVER JORDAN of Set B end-
ed up Victor Ludorum when the
Alleyne School held their Ath-
letic Sports on Thursday. Jordan
headed Division 3 with 30 points,

The race for Champion Set was
between A and B. Set A won by
only half a point and the poms in
order were: 4 107, B 106% and
C 65 points.

The highlight of the day was the
80 yards race in Class 4 when C.
Batson and St. E. Licorish, both

of Set B., tied for first place. Bat-
son got off to a late start, but
soon after caught up with his rival.

The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.00 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.10 p.m.
Moon (Last Quarter) March
30
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water; 8.04 am., 9.54

' YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) nil
Total for Month to Yester-
day: .36 in.

Temperature (Max.) 85.5°F

Temperature (Min.) 67.5°F

Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.,
(3 p.m.) N.N.E.

Wind Velocity: 9 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.910,
(3 p.m.)29.849







seconds
2/5 to}

Mrs. R. S. Bancroft beat Mrs. C.'S Pari paid: $1.84 The Jester; $1.78 Bud- Pari paid: $2.54 The Atom; $1.90 Battle
Lee 6—1, 8&—6. dha. Song; ‘$1.24 Bread Boy
LADIES’ DOUBLES Forecast: $13.12. Forecast: $63.72.
Miss G. Pilgrim and Miss 1. Lenagan S =
beet Mts M. Legge and Miss D, Austin
2, 6—3
ana COME, SEND OR PHONE US YOUR ORDER.
Mrs. A. Warren and W. H. Nurse beat } °° CRE = 2
Miss L. Branch and W. A. S. Crichlow NESTLE’S CREAM NESCAFE
6-2, 6—3 eatin. Sapisink we QUAKER OATS TINNED CHEESE
{G. H arivuane and ”. Mc. G. Patterson TINNED HAM



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What's on Today

Court of Grand Sessions—10
a.m.

Meeting, St. Joseph Vestry,
when members will ap~-
point Churchwarden, Poor
Law Guardians, Tax Relief
Committee, Inspector of
Trees, consider sanitation
estimates for 1951—52, ap-
prove the sureties of the
oT Treasurer—1,00

Resulay Monthly meeting of
Chamber of Commerce
when member; will con-
sider the appointment of
Vigilance Committees for
each of the leading sec-
tions of trade and the inad-
equate representation ou
the Legislative Council—
2.00 p.m.

Athletic Sports, Queen’s Col-
lege—2.15 p.m.

Police Band plays at Mental
Hespital—4.00 p.m.

Annual General Meeting of
the Clerks’ Union to re-
ceive Committee’s report
and elect officers for ensu-
ing year—4,30 p.m.

Mobile Cinema gives show
at Lascelles Plantation
Yard, St. James—7.30 p.m.
CINEMAS

“Francis’—5 & 8.30 p.m,
“The Flame

— 445 & 8.30

Globe —
Plaza (Bridgetown)
and the Arrow”



(Oistin) “Stampede” and
ndian Agent’ — 5 & 8.30 p.m.
Aquatic — ‘The Boy with the

Green Hair’ — 56 & 8.30 p.m.
Empire — "The Blue Lagoon” —

445 & 8.30 p.m.





Roxy — Sherwood
Forest’ — 445 & 8.15 ,

Royal — “Atom Man ys. Super-
man" — 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.

Olympic “Sing While You
Dance” “The Unknown" —



450 & 48.15 p.m,







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FOLKS“BUT MEH-HEH- )
YOU KNOW HOW THESE
WCMEN ARE WHEN IT
COMES TO GETTING
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beat A. O'N, Skinner and V Hutsar
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Dr. C. G. Manning and E. P Ta
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3 inches | SUNGLEE

Pari paid; $8.78 Miss Fiika, ’ $2.06 Pari paid: $4.48 Assurance; $3.60 Bache-
Warecrest; $1.89 Sungice lor’s Day; $1.24 Princess Rassiyya.
Forecast: $86.60. Forecast: $64:24
De as, TROPHY TPD TROPHY
v SUNNY GAM (Yvonet) DEVON MARKET (All)
Savannah Clnb THE GAUNTLET (A, Josepn) FOOTMARK (Newman)
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PAGI iK.nr OAKRAIXIS AltVOCATK UHIMMIAV. MVHOI 2s. IS.il Legislative Council Two Records Set Pass 1951—52 Budget Up at Comber mere UNION PARK RACES lay of the Hi a> Wnm r**e s trength but Un %  Hfhabu. %  l : DCtg will Sftu.uuu, item V 123 of ihe printed MIDUUI been increased from S4f4 to , %  h I $20,494. lhani. aucfct as The other amendment la In plant and ahat *pcvt i the Which It %  dead; a Ptencei T ^.. Mm^ f th 'V. i^rfi R a The ,„,(.. theJO BS-tSf feaPS % T,.i„i s Tournament the lline comes for develbrilliance The victor ludoruiii. Lew. t.aiv uiaaidt i, Mahal r.wa*i tiiatM. MAB*nii i x -r UH I wen i rmenl priorities to be < ot East Coast RoadI wUl be con. ^ 4W ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ill *-7., B lump. He came second in the 100 R pie. for parrd H0 yar(!f n araMi t>ninHI '.Au-im-rr N.. %  I, fc.ua I-.ml-.np. INI I \i I Ii.l IM 4 nmani . AIITISI •UODBI M *1 T+e Tool i o Hani %  14 II saa*>*his Island I have •. U) five it particular ill be done by a particular %  )-i-i l^ps through j.>. i I AD; KIM . i-,i.„. The best long distance runner *"• %  •— a an tt' iraeh K. S. Barrow who won by a ?la|ir w:„ i i nariu the ** .... i %  > %  !.'. limes, IHAV. %  tro HtaaiRT noti.u Tint ATOM A J'-*^*; IIATTir SONO Oortrtl*" %  w ui HOY .J u % %  > impressive. (torn the ance is S70.000. expenitiliirt from 'i jjfs.884. and hron CD W funds Is $200,0.10, m.-.kir. expenditurr from thl $376,806 The overall effect <>f all. amendment*, which have beert made to the drall I %  reduce thi urplus ft I the Mar from $166 42R to $)50.31f | and the Genera I at aist March, ISJJ. i ft3.923.544 to $3,887 432 patotiM ability He a any othe, ma„ Q ^ , ^^ .., ondi %  sffjssr 1 !. ilid the 220 yards 25 2'5 to not be kepi. I %  n,i h may scent vtr'TJTwS.,., I %  %  a %  oodN the jg ,*• 0Combarmere Old lotion ied to an *"** rac ^ I of tne budgat for 1951 A Criticism I wish 10 "*' further mutters and I|M have aena raw haa baan d/awn to .. im and circulated to hori. memScHOOt ItHOitipiOn JESS'S OLIVW JORDAN o, S., U CHU %  Ihrea or four years, cd up Victor Ludorunt when the alysU wa a dlaest of tl;e Alleyne School held their Athguxea undjea the various letic Sports on Thursday. Jordan said headed Division 8 with 10 points that the Estimates have aain it i s ., rather difficult thin* The race for Champion s< I %  % % %  .[. that von are having a between A and 11 So: A won by % %  Fund when III truth and ,„.|y half a |toini and the | i %  Ili.n imdawat biar In fact you have actually reduced mi irr were* \ 107. 11 IM! • H I hltain", ' l>"-' "i 0 "-'' *aid Mr Cuke. ( %  05 |int which is "If you a "Id see from Table I. of ^^ hlhli|jht of the dny was the covet MuraaU with ink, you am "'• ana,. cinsa 4 when c. as well do ft property". £"$ %  "*. *? peneral Revemie ol .„„„,,„, SI E. Moorish, both Hut It %  " that Uiere iM f flrfi „„. |tilt this inatanev the CMVCIIUIICI.• frop QODera^ %  ., % %  n %  I lane* was ind not "ot ically Uing created, it was on h March, as waa WgCMtCd I" OC n-diiced. In the erltleli n thai haw read i* Culta rararred to Ihe Nvverthelea i must ad thai budget ngurea of HMO-~4I which the Esioi %  be had mentlonad last he council a y ar, and itatad thai the expanfrw dan before the end ol the dfture of ihe colony at mat time financial year This yeai the w,s $2,424,398. This year If they ArUng I i,,; '"'•' s 1 'dlwitwri whirh was i an item then, the expend,. packed our bag:bacon .were lur wool,) be J.T.UL'8.4^3. These %  i ihcm who dealt in commerce if prepaiinc ihe Budect, bul we would nol be particularly shocked will £ OUT be m.icased figure. Il was dent lo everyone thai mates from 11..,.i of Dapartmenl with the ncreetad cost of supand oilI Bnothar, I %  '' %  | l v n %  ,,,H the increase m Wagei are forwards! lo lh> I for coniideration ratbj I s. < ,.il Sei rlen Finally, what of the future? 1 aad the siijestlons in ih Press that the Government is not interested in |hi da^velopmeni o] stfc'ial Btvvlaea or the i ment of new prises. Tt %  are nol true l have ranrrad elri ady i" the need for an ajtaminatlori x> formi : laid i-'iniiul Honourable Member* of the paesages In the Acting Colonial Secretary yaw and His BxceUency'i N dress to il < %  Igi laturo on the the expenditure of Goveirunenl without giving any arvkM than what they had given before, had to go up %  db ta n tlauy. M < uke then referred to Indirect t.txalion. In 1940—41 he .ui. indirect t 0X a1 • per cant, today It was 57 9 per ccnl Direct taxaBoi cant, ii was now 42.1 per cent. %  Like %  lid he all happy alroul wli.it he consul % %  thai exlated In the laland. He dul not believe that people fully realised the doua financial strain which com were undei costs wore nu'M-.i: mi; rapidly, and tble for eomnor<; il iwi A. ON MIXED tXHIBUs i, ., UH ; I' CtuUirii,., and K *!• %  •> : MiSki' % % %  •-n %  MIXKI* s %, M, Mti4 Hn Mr> RSI \ %  MiD Ml*. S %  j \\ v,Kat'. %  !" t A r vi A M WtUni and I ) Dr C O Mar.iiing m-rt Y. P Taj vi. R s • r. A ontMi VI\KI> twil'lll ". i.lrtU*l>> a %  a I Ml*. .1. Wiw-i WRIST j m'HKr, a Comhen IV athlete, gut oiic ^l broken yesterday „t Conwermcr School sport He M> tempting a high Jump White shoes, to pass muster I in company, must be spot| less, immaculate. Use ,,. ^_ Pr,.|vn\ Wlme Renovato i-*}** h'/ij or Propcri's Shuwhne. N surer way of making sur lhat while shoes arc nhilef V*+m PROPERTY SllL'WUlTE & WHITE REXQYATOR Im Carioit mi* Spangt BRUSH... UP... YOUR... SMILE... The Weather TODAY Sun Kb**: IM am. Sun Seta: 6 10 p m. Muon ll-ast Quarter) MarCfft %  l.ighllna: 20 pm. High Walcr: 8 04 a m.. 9 ii 9M YESTERDAY Rainfall iCodrlnctun) nil Total for Month lo Yester dav: 36 in. Temperature (Max I 85 3"F Temperature (Mln ) 7 5" Wind Dlrertlon ( am 1 K IIPBINN.C Wind Veloe>: miles per hour Harnmeler c9 ..m i 29.910. Il pm)!l 849 opening of the I %  > %  luil.l up their buslof the current year. In which ,.,..,., .,;:>,„,.., tnxaUo they both laid part;, i. .,. U waj .. [n suUal ti. e tin average company win DBChlne and ihe way ' paying 4S enminp which, in the S. i.-t.ii ,„ t-xatiwi. and depreciation ulli.ular. arrear. had piled Up lowancaaj won On Iho low dn In tie aaMinatas Which arc Thc ouUnok for th( tmnro rUd le,,„o llnnmiiable Memo%  to „ot ap,^r to him to be as hopeday there is provision tor a largo f,,| as onv m ight believe from the increase in Penonal Bnolumenfc fll0d revenut hil hild coine 0 ,,. but I would remind Honourable ,,,,. n t *oan He felt that a reMembers that by nn | tor all ,. r: ,, ; :il ;nul ,(,, was She new post* have yet i aflllM, whv N wa all the more neces The rntrv or provision for nosta fcary ( or tne Esiimatos Commitin the Estimates does not of itself tee to scmliniae carefully every item of expendituie solve the problem The Secrelnriat So far a' tm concerned, it is sllll two short of Traffir IKui'l No. 12 • IH> NOT LET YOtR rilll.lKtlA II \^ IN tin: NTKH ft • Spaer made available bv CANADA DRY far Kaler Motorinft He was saying with sincerity thai ihe commercial community was reaching the limit oi their i ixabla capacity tie thought that where the Na tinnul Debt was concerned they were in a fairly healthy state but m saying thai, he would cauljon the government against making rash loans, bearing In mind thai the provision of a deep water harbour was of lop priority He thought they ghouln all their resources for the carry. Ing out of lhat project. M was %  project that would require %  langa amount of money, an. I mint should not upend iw>hl> on schemes of less importance Eta seconded the motion lhat the hill be read a second time What's on Today Court of fira-id Si.-lons —10 a.m. MreUlia, St. Juarph Ventry. when member* will apodal Churchwarden Poor Law Guardian*. Tax Relief Comanittee. Inspector ol Trres. eonalder *nttallon estimate* for 1951—52 ap prove Ihe aurelles of the Parochial Trraurer—1 00 pm Regular Monthly meeting of Chamber o f Commerce wiiru member, will east aider the appointment of Vlitlanee tTommitleea for earh et Uie leadUig seclions of trade and Ihe Inadequate representation on the Legislative Council— 2 00 p.m Athletic Sports QueenS College—2 15 pm Polke Baud play* at Mental HeHpltal—4.00 pm v:.i ii.l General Merlin* of the CleraV Colon lo receive Committee'* redact and elect officers for enauIng year—4 30 p m Mobile Cinema given show at Laseellr* Plantation Yard. St. iamea—7.30 p m Vigour Restored, Glands MadeYounrj Ii 24 Hours It at Ml" ; loss of visou AmiVlcan Docloe %  di^ ov .rl a luiek aaar way i> and Ui>. irnubi.a nkhiaSBowrV la 1" BsWsap %  ,.kUblt lorn.. I. akaalutey harmfc K w away wlih sauas a parati nrlrs n-w youth and tmm .*n&. II w-rk. dl.ily on iff nar%-. and S "?fv/ffi ,,lu TIT I" ro'i' vela* la M boun nV (..I ->ur..ll s-tlln v %  ffft %  prkl.. TOU laal allv. ImSOJSt PTSaM and *W raatoetr ^kfca^ vETya. "• ggg S haa baa pro*" *T tho*n.i> " %  *'"* %  %  ml 1. now dUlrll"H'd Ii/ %  h-ml.tn hf' taaaaraad "•' -"•' om l0 '.I WJBn jounr. or >ou mn*\y • fMkaa* and Cat your m Vi-Taba ;r"'~ •"*• •.:::'.v.'.'.:v.'.v. ANNUAL DANCE I. US. — ( l\l M ^ rt.i.i. -i a a.sa .i.-i.... 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I-U.i FOUK iiviuniiiis \II\IM \II WF.UNF.Sntt MMKM n.i BARBADOS r. 1 ADVtMWTE —• ?—f...—.1 Wednesday. March 28. 1*51 CHEESE l.\HI.\. THE undated report Ol (he Seawell Aitport Comn i laal wa*ek. The Committe* il ii.OOO would be inquired for a in m terminal buildinR, drops this proposal as bi-r ft to be contidered at present." It rccum mends that the present terminal building ba enlarged to provide additional accommodation for immigration, health, customs, airline officers, information bureau and waiting rooms; and suggests that when a complete new budding is constructed in say, the next live tormina] building with its proposed extensions would replace some "1 the ixistnu; wooden buildings. A plan for extenaloiu 4 the new terminal buildings has been prepared by the Colonial Engbwtr, but has not been made public. It is welcome nef/s that something is being done li imprmv Iho condition of the building at Srjwell Airport, but the Committee cannot be Congratulate! for shyim; away from a new terminal building on the plea that the Airport has many more urgent requirements. For than urganl requirement* the Committee iias detailed an expenditure of $146,900. The only question to be faced, La, not whether an additional quarter of a million dollars is too high, but whether the island can afford tn delay the construction of a new terminal building until its cost will be half a million dollar loi has suffered in the past and is suffering to-day from a chscM paring mentality which is afraid of spending money to earn money. There is no indication in the report that J.hc committee appreciates the popularity of Seawell as a runway, nor is there any understanding of the principle that the International Civil Air Organisation endorsed In Its basic memorandum on November 1, 1949. "The heavy cost of Airports and air navigation facilities to municipal and national governments has resulted in a number of Assembly directives that the Organisation should study the possibility of states increasing their airport charges and imposing charges for the use of air navigation facilities generally. Secretariat studies in this field include Circular No. 9 on the economics of airports and a preliminary study of payment for the use of airway facilities." It is of course possible that the committee was aware of the existence of Circular No. |, hut the reference made to landing charges in Paragraph 7 of their report does not suggest a knowledge of its existence. Quite apart from an ignorance as to additional revenues which may accrue from increased airport charges, the Committee has given no consideration at all to the fact that other airlines are anxious to u .e the facilities of the runway at Seawell and that to-day the name of Barbados is becoming a household word among thousands of North Americans who want to escape for a short time from ice and snow and a thermometer below freezing point. It is hardly fair to blame the Committee for %  at the question of costs when the Government of Barbados has L'tvcn so small-minded and so short-sighted a lead to the encouragement of tourism as an industry. Yet those who have studied Barbados' potentialities and assets as a tourist resort know full well that not only a new terminal building with modern facilities can be built out of the revenue to be made from tourism, but that tourism will also help to give ul that long standing need, a deep water harbour. Seawell can and must have a new terminal building now. mmtuee appo;,. %  %  justing of' — I Hi son. Chairn.an. •>. 1 A K D.G.C.A. Mi T E V. m 11 y i %  ., •. MJ j erj I ruction (Sa%  #io. s i. i) K H* man Ui port Mnnaicr. ire a cm|r*ht" loptntats at Sea nm prcsci.ted ihcir • ml-Mf thoi. .lol.liorn m '"" U '"' > ns '-'l |,,,i '" %  >"> tvaa Jus* sawi in an advisory rapacity. Mr. N Wood BDp % %  ">' to the Commlti P. O'M Ifladti ,i Services, Col. R. T. Mit helm. I : o( Police, A Johnson. B.W.I.A. Airport Ri Mr. P. \1 .t.:.>:.i II W I.A M He Ci refer T.C.A. Manaaer N. Atlantn Ittjauri III' Tht k S ;i%\4-11 \il|Mll i 1MU1IMII4 •' Item il> The OaaamttSM reM \. t.-toni.,rv at othn g, (•munds be made tor itrel i nr OaeaaaMaM reeammeiwl the aid equipment .it Ual n i.l!i.wiiia; : _. iurtmental arrannaii" ountta and pur I* made ii'i Seawell Airport have priori I v UM "I I'IMIIIK 12.400. ambulances ui casvft ot %  m treen it... CoiarMttCC have accepted c.v. The Director of Medical Serthr recommendation! of the Civil vices who wu consulted, is In Cii %  %  % % % %  out of veTfe* %  Hr—mint with these recomnMtinnd the plan'mtf <>f hedgi trees, etc. "It is fell that attrM Item (f) An additional water Uve pwiad at Seawell will plaj in icivin,: | %  .hcrcfoii' MI-. Post*. Fire hose and the necessary deslrabl garden taps should be supplied 6. Plans ui K. One co P> n v •*" c cn ' **" ,L !" P 1 !" mentioned m Part II of Ihli 'Brdcd under sep wheel Item (3) The Tractor \ used to pull the Wobblewnrei r ,.por are ft .,''.: ,n.i Will be ; ,, ; ,-, available to manoeuvre aircraft on % %  \ UT 11 i % %  "i-^SJSK*: IV Ceeimitts. further earnM runway in tin of ditncull> ,, f | s ^, m ._ in Improvlni Item II) Tbe quealion ol ,„, „ mon !,„.. ; „,,|„ r i„„ nMn J Stuaft, sianon transport wa* diacuwd and the ,j, e pmci,.,,.., „( t np n | rt x>rt bir i '^r. T 'J!-^ M .. "AV"'' %  '""* ""'''' '"' Tr,ns "<<<"< •> r '•P"^ ling, A It O.A.T., Mr I) ChaM, port afreed that hi. department x .„ ^diturr Inspector, would handle the transportation *:-„„., M_ t „„ r -,,t A I...in t„ Kleetrical „( dicsel oil and other heavy Il' !" n Knmranl Innetor, Mr. A B. Skinner. Dlao ,„ t„ lh Airport. The Committee main l ;::;:'::',;;,";r;;:;:!n l ,E ZSJSSrS, i^ST^S gfj %  ,, lo hnng Sea,f his recommendation is approved C 5?LT "I 'Z, „! V ,„.. ,-ii up t.. the standards recomthat an ofllcer or his Department ;.''' ,v ly UM Imcrnationul he include*, under the TravcHuiB tra ,lt ,.,,. Th( Alrn-.it Maiiji-r Civll Aviation Organisation fur Allowances Act; a saving of s ) mu ],| b,. K VPn the MCC eMal7 an [nternaUooal Airpi.rl. tn proS2.700.00 would thereby be effectauthority ami assistance to enun .tnmmodati'.n and ed that Uie CortCSWlontln) obs* 1 facilities for Ofllclent opsraUaa item (S) The Grass cutter is the terms .f ihf ..mtract Consklerailon has therefore required to keep Ihe flight ways The Conccsatonalre should pay been given to every aspect, as far bontcrnin the runway clear of a minimum of S4n per month foi I the next, long grass. The nrsa is approxithis roncrion; this charg.to b) say thrss t" Hvi war! While it is matelv CO acres. subject to revision from time to realised that a considerable sum urm ifi) This is necessary for time. of money is Involved, the Com|, M -.,| errands. It it further recommended that mittee wish to stress the fact a canteen !><• provided for Airpon that In 1948 the Airport was 4. Biiildinjis And Koiids. Klc. workers and staff and thai u |2t passenger, and In Thr (ommil ,„i recommend Ihe contract similar to the above l* 1950 by 28.899. the corresponding foI | owln|; ligures for the passengers ar,,, DrainM* rmaa bj % % %  sie io.i nd o T.rwin.1 suiiai 9.634 i„ 1949 and 1950 respec_ 5"^ l v ll .„ Uvebr; It* CommtttM in of the flaetes^ iSsi opinion that the number of pas<"• r,.!< %  :an.l cuinfort. The Committee are aware that funds are being provided for thr followiinc services: — Visual B< LiKhtiiitf <>f Runwas Fire Tendrr wheel Roller Wind Diiil nnd arc satislled thai these items re necessary. Following; an Interim report Iron, the committee doted the 3rd January 1951, funds have l.uikliran In pro v Id* • %  commodat loo fur tlalT and n M mm ISI Ramoval and rr-rrtdion of iiuuni (ar ahaltrri and itervrooin 7. nviulxlliat.nn of Stsiwrll RaUIr housr rau .i i Ncv. Road. I Parltiiur aita*. %  V % %  „. (, a n.r %  nl^.l n.til.liia i i %  m, M %  entered Into with an approved .. concelo,,;,.,c lo enable the Air-, rhe' m out'h"of'the sfrLawrcncc M|M H port work' r way and accordingly the Committee recommend that no charge be made for the concession. A pori.ooo oo u on 0 f aft existing wooden building may b-;illo publlah tins clipping from the Wall Street Journal: Britain's Labour Government, you doubtless reeelli ti ;i itiong believer in nutionaiIdng basic Induatiies. It particularly believes that natural resources "belong to the people" and so should !<• taken over by the people's government. In this philosophy it is a very bad thing to have "profits'* from such operations going to anybody but the nation's government. And the worst horror of all is to have these profits accrue lo foreigners, even when the foreigners have put up the original capital. Thus the British Government has nationalized Britain's lucl resources, the coal mines, as well as steel, transport and other indusfi ir But O Unhappy day, the Iranian Government has now telied upon the happy example and decided to nationalize Iran's own fuel resources, the oil lields. The British Government has sen: a choleric note of protest. You see, Britain's government is in the position of owning more than 50 per cent, of the stock of the AngloIranian Oil Company whose property is to be expropriated. Ilii i puts the il n tha bthei foot This time Ihe Labour Government itself was among the foreigners who got expropriated; this time it \%a^ the Labour uovernini was tl BT of the wicked proms from the natural reeourcei We should have liked to be present at the Whitehall Cabinet meeting to listen to the philosophers of the Labour Party protest their own philosophy. As ever, we when shoes begin to pinch | phil. [in to weep. BARBADIAN. 27.V51. in Total i :.ooo oo Tho CoiiLtnitlee rwemmend that "nmoo m ad<, ''ion in the restaurant, th( following concessions. amon, s!uo M oiaera ,M "•couraaed, both ti Improve Uw amenities and increase M.ooo oo the revenue of the Airport. 1. Boo^taii ;ind newsagent, 2. Local Handicrafts. I. Novelty counter. 4. Drug men 5 Display cabinets, etc. In t h i The principal matters requiring ur%  Kent attention antrielectricity v !" upply, provision ot cssenUal •** %  '* iMrticuIar consideraopataUonal oqulpmcnt and aero 0, ** a B-Wp" b > Uw Committee ilrome I'Oiitru) personnel, t-xuan"' '" c gnestlon of buildings. %  too <-r the Terminal Building 't will b*nppreclmrd that the iind drulnagn of the nxea in its emclency of ;n Airport is based 3. Fire Brigade The i %  LIIIR IT.W ha^s been recruited mainly from thp late R.A.F. personnel wh4 havo hod previous traininR They urnangaiaii on the i Iaai LIBO> t standing that they would be re ielnitv. imp-oVement'orametii": mainly on It, torMbfeU buiLlin^ '. "'j !" '!^ r ^ m £*?! ^LSS, ties for passcnacrs. adequate -"rt. The recently published polic< It Is recommended that the regulations should go far to remove Savfri terminal building Uenthe dlfflculties experienced h\ largud to provide additions! successive Airport Mansgera. Th for immigration. Committee recommomlcd tha' beartn, eUstonu, sirline oflMca, intheseregulations !. rlgorouily formation bureau, waiting r.ioms, enforce..l. ..f r-.HI. Ilv %  : %  -,„. AlrC. IIJBSSS ll.llW> IUO00 00 Si ."" Total tlBJS0M But all is not right with Canadian West Indian trade, in spite of Canada's wish to carry out a policy outlined as far back as 1920 by the Canadian Minister for Trade and Commerce. Sir George Frazer, when he said: "'t is the wish and desire of Canada, as I may say, il is the wish and desire of the West Indies, that whatever we can do toward inculcating good relations—commercial relations being not at all among the least — and thereby more interchanges largely between ourselves, the result of which, of course, is the strengthening and development of the Empire as a whole, it is our wish and it is our will to do." Those words still represent Canada's views about the West Indies in 1951. But all is not as the Canadians would like it to be. and West Indians are themselves critical of the controls which have almost jeopardised their traditional trade with the British Dominion in North America. The Rt. Hon. Clarence D. Howe. Canada's present Minister for Trade and Commerce and founder of T.C.A., commenting on the new Trade Liberalisation plan with the West Indies, earlier this month, analysed Canadian feeling when he said: "Here in Canada w look on this plan as merely the first step in a return to more normal trading relations with the British West Indies. IVSMI el ffcV eanTieai peaa i Mi aiasae*! oeaejkfafa fn$4em ••fi 'KI./I (i/i./ n frVMOVeJ ".' '/" ."'mi/ rulrirtwm wbivh hurt ltlurk-tl ll.t traditional trail* c/uin1Mb tutir,, i. CiihHln tun! yaurml !•<.<*, ( It IV / /" Ihe '-xistrng which will, I I'll.! H|>... lire IMI,f,.|,. r Uir.,iv4 to *292oo. £25252 l>endilure .f S2,M0. undei Item '.'. lor mitiiedijite repairs has .in h been i!i(.-tioned. iin wish to tress the urgenrv of providing his MMViie. 5. Customs Mill PAST II. A of this report The _tlSlJloiSS Z u! f .'\ -, !" r 'JSSi' The Customs Omccr of ofHrer. .—Inlenance. will be uneconomic ar pendent on the Airline Com. A plan of the proposed extensions %  janlPS '"'" Transport to and from alteration, has been ( % %  < %  "••well, and ruthe.mi.M M,. C"liini..l Kngir.eer. no allowance for meals wlurh Director of H *' r hours of duty compel them has staled thai .,' '' A"'-* 0 1 2. Airfield Control The < Tiiiniii'.retammrnd Ihe follow ine:— Uln. V It I* S*t Baranwtar CrUIHimilftM I -r Inrtiiit.ii i vmai Sim si FJ.H1" Uiound' Wpial PaMli AlrtUU Martiiiis. %  • rnn*H"i*'V FUra r Inlrr Com muutrMlon Scl aiicl C B ia iaea %  a* BUD AH I. ... ... %  nd paired b] the Item (S) Th, Medical Service -Hi., ini'.ni quatfanilne facilities The Committee a re ' the opln i>re Inadequati' and 'has asked for on ,hal lft la procedure is uudeslr i Hoo H ft. of floor space in a abu *. ami recommend that depnrt%  eparAc imiit.ian ,f ntmlrjIaL Be m#n tel BI raugHueota be made tc slso required facili.lc* for clear, n,, ll mi: and cleaMi.,: r.,..ft v,i,n:, h Ii. Sale of Telrol at Seawell equipment 71i. comn llee rec mTho ( %  ( %  jimiltec recommendeil mond ihe alteration wf 4& existthai applications be invited for the nig huildiux eloso to the parking erection of a petrol and ii for the T.i.t III.MM restnurant; n ,; rooms ung sanillem (1> It i| in.•• %  .ii v ho In1** aceommcHliitlon for aircrews be hetghl "' UU tower by an< the grounri^tafT employed by 8 ft. so thai ti" l OOcei """ Airpnt. .inaiid a view of the cntir,' ICem (B It is rec>n runway. 'hat the two (Ktatina en The Feui chanm-1 be remos-ed to tuiUbl. i m i ll.JWOO |xrl 7. I ;ui'liii: ( i| ,i A .oimiraUvc table of ej.an.es at vjrif.4 Aitporl^ was mod* u fje iii-' p rajajHeei revealed I* dlons eIX at dlffercnl Airport-.. W KI thai the fbai mt .it fikeweU sre lai betoa %  uf them The Commltaend that, with tho advent of the new landing strip ami Improved .imonities. these charges Item (I) T b V r emoved to suitable sites lild fS^ uT'^XZT^ Ven High rrequeaej u^amltthat In addition a block of eft SJ. jSL*SJSl -llfffrfS lei recatvei provides for lock-up garages IK: coostmcu-d u aEZJS SJlkmJrSz i2E ,r ve A atan can U %  u ft is re? f JS'?^*^ T ,^ MUm Intamfl quired to houea Covemment ", "^ • \ i i temenl and 11 has been Mores. to a.oKi delay in i %  vertimastts lt **> ''' '' U morainen. ""J" u committee propos tt facilities available by ,r "" eeawell Estate' Itbuee b 0 nwiw .[KXIUP reeommenda 1M1, Committee n>acle %  vailablf for tinAiipoi: 'c^aidini: the actual scale of lhal HUa is M -Manaeci and lhat the OXtstlVJ %  *• %  ' n |a,0r a;, ' ernenl Aiiport Man.iger'v 8. \|ulil DperatUma Hemkit Ui (•) The, Com Jj<* occupi*t| %  by lhAaHttant An application has been i mlttei '"• sattafled thai these aWeaiagar, as this officer ahould by Uriti-i West Indian Air' re essential lor i Bcient raakla %  BeaweU. h adll be for Baetveil Airport tobeJtept pnea airport con! nds necessary '<• rehnbililate the it night pr.nclpally n a diversion lhat they ibouU be provided as Seawell Estate House, tlicreby arv alrtiel.: In vie,., of ;h k ,nearlv as i>o*sible. I if cottrtructing an reffablUty ->f the i item hut ''"I" el> %  new house. plant tte Committee do not i ItWeen the Control i<*m (S> Additional furniture mend thn" the Airport he kept Tower, Hadio room. Fire Manor required, fthe waiting room", open for regulir night operations nd Airline offiecs is esieiv.ial l*. eft) also necessary \o mal i Kb ruuon t publ uddrei %  Ii required. 3. Airfield Kquipmcnl lli. I imillrr r.<,.mmr.lr,t thr fnllnwIaU:— Iti n HJ TIIM Md ItemLtead iht the i ing area Terminal huililmi; be altCl %  % %  n.ill Hi F.rr : Man*] %  anil box. > '0 C .'.000 (I at present, hut. when the n.ntr.1,'ii ton have i nifhed their work and %  "J' the runway and BteJMl it miiiht i pen if rw*i plan hsi Ulrector of lllrhwavk-and tVans"• apeolilc flights when the decport. '" c power upply has Iieen Impli Item 111) This item Is I the establ^hm.-nt of itton uf the %  I'pert personnel Increased to the ajrpofft. but II rocon.i: %  consider.' tM Carnmittee recommuch nei •,<) that the airp-nt should be and ii an Important potential open from p a m to lo n m when source or revenue, as a small r .^ mi* reeomniendchargc would be wede for -its w-*e Q M ,,,. f mm rot #.v 00tn HE.wr TO — nK.xtt MBPT. TOOTAL DRESSING GOWNS IN I'OI.KA DOTS TOOTAI. RAINCOATS SPOBT COATS IN HARRIS TWEEDS BOYS' SCHOOL BLAZERS JANT7.EN BATH TRUNKS IN BOXER. LASTEX AND WOOL SATIN ELASTIC TRUNKS ROC JOC AND SHIRTS TO MATCH BY PEOASl'S CENTS' FANCY BOXER TRUNKS SI-RING COATS IN MANX TWEEDS ix tn II This is plain speaking and West Indian Govurnnjents would be well advised lo note that the speaker is the Minister who is at this moment Minister ol Trade and Commerce in Ihe Canadian Cabinet.' Mr. Howe has a reputation for plain speaking. He never speaks for effett. Canadians are already talking about their determination to press for more concessions when the Trade Liberalization plan is reviewed in Oltawo in the middle ol Ink, year. Their reasoning nnd justification is aupS itfd by the trend <>f trade figures during >0. I am again indebted to Kenneth Wilson for permission lo use statistics quoted in his BBC broadcast, New 12 month figures of Canadian .rade with the British West indies show thai Canada purchased S67.500.0O0 from Ihe British West Indies in 1960. Bui .he same trade statistics for 1950 show Canadian exports 10 theBritish West Indies to have been S'0.000,000 This was a drop ol no less than :V in Ule di'Ilar value of Canadian sales in the British West Indies, and coaparai wilh S-H.000,000 in 194A The total for IilftO is the smallest volume of export trade which Canada has enjoyed wilh th'.colonies since 1940. But when allowances are made for changes In prices, the figures are even more revealing. The actual -volume of Canadian exports to the British West Indirs in 1950 was 5 less than in 1938 It was Ies than one quarter of the volume of CanadaB.W.I. trade-in the ueak years after ihe wai It was one third Wow tho export vohui c ol 1949. What about West Indian exports entering Canada? Even after allowance for price changes, in 1950 there was an actual increase _>f 8 per cent in Canadian purchases from the B.W.I:, as compared with 1949. Also tht present real level of these purchases is still at the highest point in historv—a pc.int about 27 per cent higher than in 193b. Enough surely has been said to West Indies and the United Kingdom lhat Canada is making very substantial and inI'leaung purchase of g.nxls from the British WeaJ Lndjl.at a time when Canada is being forced to curtail sales to us That is why there. J is need today for a new policy. And that | policy as the Canadian exporter sees rt VI; simply this, lo have the whole question ot" Canada-B \V I. trade rewwedsB 1951 on the basis of "merchants' ana customers'*.,rather than tktough Ihestraii jacket, of the dollar|ap crisis which has quite recently upset free trade between Canada and ounelvi. MOYGASHEL SI'RINGBAK AMI I lil -II Mil I LINENS *M.EX *;#*/GENUINE WEST OF* ENGLAND DOE-SKINS BY HUNT A WINTERBOTHAM ENGLISH GABERDINES IN A BIG VARIETY OF COLOURS ALL WOOL LAN-AIR CEL CELLULAR BLANKETS I.AMBSMERR 1011% VlrU.lN WOOL In Cheek Designs — By Kill) & TAYLOR of Scotland DaCOS I A *V Co.. Ltd. DRY GOODS DEPT. CHILDREN Kcllogs's All Bran KI-HOKS'S Corn Flakes Puffs Whcal PuiTcri Wheat Baby Poods Ora)ea uuava. Jellied Chicken Jellied Turkey „ Conrlcnserl Milk Milk Powder Mi VEGETABLES in Tins CUCUmJjeJH Kale Spinach Dut.-h P#a-f iJutch String Beans Goowberriet ;J Hhubarb RK\tFMtn;i,' FOR Ear Vaur mSnja II m <•** t SPECIALS Golilon' Tree Beer —$3.90 per cln. ,M lot hotlle Anchor duller B8 pet lb. CookliiR Butter 3.90 per tin Kola Tonic—$1.00 per Btlc. FINE MEATS •ki ( /-s Milk Fed D Calves i ;sai!M AKD WfiVH I





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I HM ll V\. M UK II HlKUlll.ls imn, ui I'M.I ,I\FVI CLASSIFIED ADS. re *"!!!^~[jr2!!^5^5L TCLEPHONl HOB Th* charge fur •ni.ourteenvent* O ii'ii' Marrlai**. DoaUie. Acknow hrt'gniertt.. and In •l W on tkdMi and |l.n on Sundev tot any number ol word* up to 10, ar>d ! wu Mr word on weak-day* and I %  imiineemenl* in Cart chare* M WOO for any number of word. up lo M and 0 cent* per word (or e eh rddmonal word. Triminn bllwIW l and 4 pin, 1113 lor Brat*. "..in.! i at) .irr t pm out n n., March 17. IMI. at %  l*ipr St Uwn ol" Miriam wirr u( Revd. Dal'oai I BoMf lot feUaM Orour and Grac* MSM—li DIED %  W Hir j Hn funeral look place Monday evening ttwm In. l.te r**i. nce Belmont Road lo the Wnlbury Ada B. Bourn* iWifei. J. T. Bourne iftni. Kathleen Bourn*. Marjorie Tower* .Daugnter" THANKS AIICM Be* and Famll return thank* In ,.|| y, r %  "'"• the funeral. •** % %  %  Card*. kctler. of tympathv. %  POOMM of in* lal* Grahni i "f Groevenor Road. Cimngton' %  Bint MlcUrl >13 51-li UM I'Oll SALS • i.e.* TS Ce-I* iv I. H .O'd! M f 1 u-oed met —* Cent! ACTOArGTIVE ...j v... H -.Quired Ex,* kl.aamte l.trc M-d ar>d ln-n.,1 Up**! .— re iat* Now on* COM aaia* I %  %  •: %  %  i %  '• f,..i. •rag. IT HI I, Ml i.rev a bargal • Maai.n %  MOOM Cortti.i ILniilnl H c.lrl ChtVrwW Apply L A CAR—On* IMI Model Prelect Kord 10 II P Don* BOM Mil*. Apply fc C Mont* daily. Dur.acoeflb* Plantation SI Th..ma. H-l.Sl-*n BARBADOS lr|i n,i WEDNESDAY Hlh nut u | .. No***, of mim and or au**ti*n. %  hall b* ami m am.if lo Ik. Oonorai See/rotary not art* than MOM .1. | r-eiorr indate Bard for .ucti mrrmif AGINBA I Minute*. %  M Repot of Uw Co**jmi1te* ..id Financl.l %  IQcction of OoVer. vmbni rw;TM —-" REAL ESTATE Navy Garden. 1 Including -i.| Anew. 1J IS1SI tfn %  %  i Of*. rulioa Cprnrnttte*. with Hul* Ili. S Ai>. other bualnaaa CHRISTIE SMITH Oenrral Srtiri.iv NOTT A copv of Ih* Raa>on and rinan%  nl can b* aton a| lb|>Wnl M*d by Ih* daall. %  1 i'.nim. Marva. Martin^ %  batch. GAIH.M Ctamkartjati V 1 M A. IfcmilOKRAT'>,( CM ElrrlrW o Cub. ft Prrfn: -„rk,n* ir BMM M K N HUata a, Ltd., Low*r Ilrtu • sin >n !'.\TOI'.< Amrrlran G~n*.,i Irrtrlc 4 4 C.ib. ft IViI..! wOrkb.E • lit brcauu> biiMnf b>Uni %  Jnion* 341B R W 1 .,., Charry Tre* CotUf*; Garriwn 21 3 tl-^y LIVESTOCK I kllltl-M * .., ki-.v-lodiic with Ih-nk. <>-rnpathy brnt us on thr tlw daath of our b*lov*d molher Orifflth who died on th* IIH IMI. %  '.. !.., % %  I>aphi.a. KallhJ. %  I I I.IIV ny. Rodn*v, COWOh* III Graded Guerri*^ Cow ii calf .11 My in.,,, (hi,.i M pint, aicond Clf. A William.. Koa* Cottage. 9t Gorfe 17 3 ll-3n OOAT 1M i,tin: uaa rwa %  .. further particular* Telephone tlTl. ^ M S IIIn IIUABft: On* food rldlrm Horae vou'i and Mmtiff. Appli Fmler II..M ptfn%  %  IN MEMORTAM Pl'ITirs .;. ,i !" oth hair Fox Tern*, niicn... I> w^k. „id PI^,* U | M WoM *' %  '* J" :i II lr MECHANICAL u %  BICYCLES-With and wnh.ml thnp.fpardi lor 1-adKi. Gent, and children. r. rwiw rourlaa* Qaraae. >ld Dial 3l. BlCVCIJ: ACC-K5AORIEK Pump*, i Saddh-a. Connection-. Palclilnn Klti, hnletc Apply Courleiv On.tr Whllepaik IM. Dial 43BI B.l 31 On K* EMM. %  1'BCRI TBOBrr. DaMMHBHt NOTICB IS IIRRflPY GIVEN thai tfl prraom having any debt ar claim, (teetlnf the **tat* of Hv.b.ri Ttua-p* deeeaard. lal* ol Cn*la*a Road in the iMiMh of Saint Michael H thl> %  •land who died on ih* Wn dair ol la. M* r*u**t*d lo arnd 'n particular, of th*ir claim* dull .Meted to the under*ln*d AHNOH) I '/1JIYMI-1K iM^lified EkMaal of the wlU of U> aaH) Hubert Thorpe deceawd. Oara, No II High Strvel Ofl or before the 3U1 day of Ma/ 1631. after which data I .hall mu.-r* fa*t SI Mleha.1 Tabnv* Ml| t> „, u | or ^, M MUOan -i nar rdHr* in laaea> %  anart ridaHuin on Fnday. ihe jwn %  ta rd March ltl. >| 1 p ,n CARJUNOTON A BRAI.Y %  ohcitora II1S1-4 •M IN OMr\Nlt CI Barbaik. which I only to Ihti And all irr-nna uJ.l.t.i %  •lit* ar* requested lo aetlle Ihi i ndebtednea. wllhoul delay Oatrd Ihi. Iflth day of March. 1BS1 ARNOLD DAIJIYMPIJ;. Qllalined Ek ecu tor of the Will of Hubert Th.upe deeeaard NOTICE Queen %  College AlhlcliC Spnrti will lake place at Queen*. College on Wediiin. UK '. Man h Mth. IMI. at I 13 | n A Special invitation i> nlended to Old Girl* of Ih* school. Parent, and friend* of ihe xhool ar* rordlollr. InflatM There will be Race* for Old fin It. *chonl.bo>. il.d llllle V1U11< Your* faltl JOYCE BOWDJ. Seer. lary. for A llead.nl.ire.* HI 31—m lI.IISO.\AI. CARBDER BIKES and Bicycle* by C O. LTD. Mill -if.n. I MISCELLANEOUS The I %  'IATCH 'nee %  %  %  Ml.I -. Waiercotour* Early booka. Map*. Auto, ftapn* eic at Gnnln((* Ant;qu gh-ip .djolntoi Royal Yacht Oub s t M—ir %  G0VER.NMEN1 NOTICE POST OFFICF. NOTICE PABCBL POST %  %  I %  %  inatlo by lhr> CmRMM OtnlttM on the U April the Parcel Pcist Branch on the Wharf will be open to the public n* follows:— . ; %  %  %  urdaya) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (b) On Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. • < %  il Post Office. 24th March, 1951. 28 3.51—2n. AUCTION SALE TO-IPAY al 1130 AM % %  i I:.\II\ Glh Avrnur BfllrvlUr. I..I... tl. Ill* IT %  %  > 1010 l'L.\NTATI'\s i-.i ll lUM. REAL ESTATE JOHN hi. UL4DON A F 9„ r.f.aV Furmrrly !>i*nn A lll.ilnn BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel. In White. Green. Prlmroaa with matching jnlt* to complete colour MM Tup Had*. A BARNES Ar Co. ltd Ml 31-1 f n CERTAIN FITTING*-For %  mil wln4ow ityling. light control. Valance, ann, flrapeHe. Bv Klrarh. Dial 4411 A. IIARNES A CO.. LTD. 13 ? V t f ., ]">'• n-tTT/r cipaetty %  ( el in %  I | I Id, Am'ipjy I'wniT i| i l Dale. , i I W M. I'ord. Dial MaB :tr. Rnebiick Si zn | 31 Vn FRUIT IN TINS: PHfl I'eachr. Apilcol*. Prune* It Fruit Salad. Giapr large and email W M PVrrt Dl.t 34M. 33 Roebuck SI Ml J 31 HAM-4 Tinned H.l... Ml. T Klb Tin. and Bacon Hlh e I %  Whole Slab W M Ford, Dl*l 34M U Roebuck S> >. I VENETIAN BLINDS Kliwh Hiii'-.mall mel.il (VI u.e Venetian blind., to %..i•Uee deliver3 week*. Dial 447il A BAHNES t, Co Lid. 11 I 11-t f .i MII.K Pure freah nillk delivered Palee 1Mb Mr. W M. W-wrell. "t M..tthew •k-aiage. Phone 3099. M J 31 In Hul I. L'P DAYUTE WOV1I i> c*e. good order, nil. Cla* Plmrmacv 13131 If n. I.OSI A I Ol MI LOST SHAWL: On EaiUT Mimil. % %  %  ffon] H. ,n-l Aqnallc Club. Rex,.r. M m M 3 51 1 FHOTOfHaAPHS: on Broad SI fvelop* containing PUtnlMl ouna; BOL— Reward. Phone kill. Mill CAT: I* it on Saturday 1'-' tale Cal fawn with brown f.n". MM all. blue ( ea Maxwell'* Cuad Hel.-d Telephone 1111 M 3 SIin NOTICE PARISH OF M. PHILIP Sealed T—., H..1IH, It -,,-.: < I, Vacant, ill Modem Convenience. rU Encloaad. Yard Made UP Under CI.TH A T Bedroom Coltagr mot old) by PonUbelle Modern Conv*nKnee*. U.ung for Under *'1 ICO A ir> Ih-.nablo 3 Bednxini Collage at ThornMfl Mi" Main lid. Modern ConVeniiiH'*a. Very Good Condition. Yard FiHlovd. Going tot Under CM0 A Large Stonewall Buunew A ReaMmce in Tudor St Large Oarage or W.ik.h b p Pu.y Area, Ooi'.g (or Under Cl.** A New 1 Bedroom Bungalow iStnnr w.lN NgM Hockley. Oaing lor Undei eTIToo A B.nig.liv. Tvp* 3 Bedroom ipoanblr • %  al Haallr>g* Main Bd. A-l Condition. Going for Under a-l.Jtt Stonewall Bungalow* il and 3 HMdrooem in and near Navy Garden.. Going f.r Under il.OM. aTLSM and £3.000. Sea.lde Lmigalow* and olher Re.ldeneea An Ideal Stonewall Residence .tillable tor in.' purpoee Re-Sale Value* AwniM r.nger 3111 and B* Convinced. Call a! Olive Bough". Halting* AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER H. MafeRMUaM received I will tc.l al kttaer. Da Coata Warrhou** OaVan < l"* on Th.ir-lav March MU> a large rollertion of eerond hand g.ilvanlfed il.rel. in un-n ^fe. Sale at 1 p.lr VINCENT ORJPriTII. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER By Inatructlon* received I will *ell .1 the General Motor Bu* Co Nelao.i Slrnt OH FRIDAY. 39th Hi A-40 AuMIn Car Damaged :n Accldenn. ule at t prr. Term* ca*h. VINCENT GRIFFITH. A. i M -i Ml 31 In NOTICE n .at 1 clo.k MPAKY I IMI UK complitr rtalu nhiclt cou.l.l. of teveril cewg rno.llv young one*. 1 Young Graded Bull. Hi Spring cart and llarneu. Milk Can. IV Roar.. 2 Horae* over 14 hand*. S. I of Buggv llarneu. Cream Separator. •! %  > large Afnian Ram Sheep. Ew* Gael, ih Rerk.hr* Bhar. Ill Hrtrding Sow. >li Small car. rilillnwn ,v Aurlln Severn III i. voli Wind Charger D'Aicy A. Siotl. Auction***. Mlll^fc I 111 moliiiH at Ihe creditor, of th. pan, "ill lie held at Ih* lie „l Ml—I. Bov.ll A Skeel*. Luca* lleet. Bridgetown. Barbados. on •dneaday the 4th day of Apnl IMI. 1 o'clock In Ihe aflwnoon DM..I the Mnd da* of March. IMI DnOHTON IIAIUOirHT IJIU WARD Ml-Mii HAYMOM) I.FAIll Llqiildalor*. U3 3I 3n POWELL SPEINO MOTH, I:\III -in i. \ It ha* iNCii brougi-t M %  runu.ur I. being widei al in> Ininnrn B> propi.. Hotel haa been %  I.,1.111 .led". and that, tin hntel I* being earned Like many other rumour* IhJ ibenlulely FAl-SK and can only have been >t-rled by aome MALICIOUS peror peraona 1 J -1 11 In FULL AND .k. Screen. M T Waahitond. Waan i_ln. Canva* CoU. Prlgldalre In working order. Kitchen UtenMlt. lairdcr. Co*; Stove. Garden Uenehe*. Good B.-ik. Un .t BMrhflo! Ha.: Thl* land haa a wide beach rn.1U.1gc HI 1.1* pr.. ,,, trance drlvaa In th* I .land. A %  I" nell i>laiid fruit bearing tiee*. E*rel!eril Jfgntta ML lli-d-. i:i M I -I vll Af.l.M \l 1 IIIIMIR TLANTATIONS BlILDIN'G 'Phone 4f.4u MISCELLANEOUS IiirTTIJ^ "abwaupe. Twin H IthHJ HH. I I Hodman. Boebu.;. ENGINE V-l rord IWT/M M h p wllh .tailing motor In good condition lor If available Dial N Nile IMMEDIATE CASH fir diamond lewel. lery. oil China, iilver and ShefBeM Ptat Phone 44M or call at QORRINGES. ad lolnir.g Royal Yacht Club M1SI -TPM I'Oll RENT Minimum chgro* * M (."•. I real* a ward keek—4 canl* ATTRACTIVE FtR.NISMIJI H.AT Main Bd. HaMlngr •*c!ng Sea Engli.h Rath wllh llealei Soluble one p* %  cniplc Telephone IMO. 11)11Ill'NGAIaOW Moden ^tad at Brighton. Black rnlenre* Dial MM MARINE GARDENS—New Bungalow bedroom* with running waler. built it Wardrobe* and all modem convenience. lawig lea.r preferred Apply Mr* fried Hotel Royal Ul.M-l.f-n NEW IILNGALOW EnterprlejRood, Chrirl Church. Available ImmedJatar*. .1 fiiflge. r.lectncHv and water Applv rrrdrm PiUPatrlek Telephone. I i113 31—On TAKE NOTICE DRIMIX DtM OOtfPAin L'niled St b %  r.ta* tradM buaine*. addrau la 100 Madia. 1 \v*nu*. New York Slate of Nea York. ISA. Manufacturer, ha. applied for Ih* irglitratton l • tra.iI Regi.lei in reaped of mlnunr. u*ad %  food* and a* Ingicdieht. M enlltk-d lr, Ihe laaaa .it. 1 .hall ,. the maenume give nulir. In duplK. %  uch ragtaliatian. The trad* mark *r*n on aaplMarfcm at m/ anV* Dated thi. Mi-1 dav of March. 1011 II WIIJ i uia Regimai of Trade Mardt*nl. In food*. Infant.' and invalid*' food*, and will be entitled to rogflaaM Ih. Mm* after on* ittl from Ihe Hlh day of Mat.h 1*31 lea* 1 II-'.K .: %  Ih: of Maieh. 1011 %  HL311 li< TAKE NOTICE PENNZ0IL Tliat THE PEKN7.0B. COMPANY. • ucporallon organ 1 led and cabling under he taw* of Ihe Stale of California. .lulled State, of America, whoa* trad* f bu*ine
f or>p>u(iim nl .u.'li regl*< rnthM Tlie trade rnOta '.11 lie aeen on .|.|.ll.*tlon at mv .JT.ce Dated thi* Mud dav of March. 1061 WlIaUAMa i'. n Mai TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE Thai J M. PlRTWISTLat h COMPANY *derT lain. i-a.hne K' %  land ainney. and Manilla.-Hirer, ha* apa-He.1 lor the regielral-iii of a trad..1 IMgt*toin rvapact of pier* good* wholl> or .uttoi not vv alerproofed or 1 am proofed and article, ol clothing not H or .amp .-led gad .ill be entitled lo legi.ter the un.e atler one %  Ihe Mah .la. „f M*i,I, 1*31 unl**e aome pe<*a*i .hail in in* moan* give notice m duplicate lo n.e *t Pfue ( rf lion Th* % %  at my oMOB. Dated thi. Mud day of March IMI II V,;; BeoOatrai M Trade M.rkTAKE NOTICE 11 BUITWISTLE A i %  -Mi %  ".% Conip.il>>. whoee ' .nd Spinner, and Maniifacluiei. haapplied I of a trade mark In Part 'A" of Regi.lei in reapect of piece good. m.m:> 04 ..lion. rM4 %  .alerproofed or lainproOfed. and article* of clothing, not %  alerproofed or ....ii...f*d. and .ul b* aftac one monlh from the .-*ih da. of March IMI unl*-a aome ii..m .I...I1 In tl.e mem dupllral* lo me al my office Ol rh regi.tialion Thi• %  lal.*l ir l I*3| M IllL\'ls TAKE NOTICE KLIM f| BOKDRN CimiMSV %  ilng urule* i... M ih* Slate of New Jerwy i.lled Stale, of Amen.... h,..* trail .acklreo* la U0 WMiim %  ~ Y..tk. Slate ol New York. USA. Mamif.iettiMi'. ha. applied for Ihr "la tiadamalk in Patt A of RrglateIn reapeel ol *ubtaiiee* ,.*,! a* food* and a* Ingredient* In food*. faajgaj pharmaeeu |IBW an.) wilt 1 lo retneler th* ume an. 1 .T..11111 fron in* ?*i i'1.lee* *ome perann iJinll in ti % %  .it ilup.nate to me al my eggaa. M %  |i|mUllIIM XOTMI: 1-i... IIKPABTMFNT OF HlfillWAVS AND TRANSPORT VACANCY FOR A STORKS' t'LFRK Apphcutioni ait invited for %  ppomtmeni to Ihr post of Store*' rk TAKE NOTICE HEM0 That THE t)OcU>P.N COMPANY, f rorporaUon organliacl and e*i*tlng ui-lei Ihr law* of th* Stair of New fer*e< United BUI** of America, who** tr.d. or buaine*. addr**a la 190 Madl*".Avenue, New York. Slate of New York USA.. Manufacturer*, haa applied lot the rrglalrallon of a Irade mark In Part %  A" of llegittei In report or *ub*lanc"i uted no food* aid aa Ingrodlenla In food* Infanta' and Invalid*' food, pharmaceutical preparation*, and will be ent.llod lo regl.ter th* unit aft** one monlh from Hie Mth day of March 1031 unl-*i an* person .hall in the mrantime give notice In duplicate lo me at my office of oppoiition of 'uch rrgl.tratlon Th* trade mark can be aeen on application 01 my office Dated thi* Elnd d-t ..f Manh mi 11 WHJJAMH Regl.liar of Trad* Mark*. II 3 ll-ln, The POM is pc-nsionablc with salury at the rate of $480 u year rising by annual increments of $48 to (912 per annum. The appointment will be on one year's probation in the first in%  tflBH and will lnadt suliiitl lo Hie M-lectcd eatulidatr being passed iis mitli>;illy lit (M eiiiplnvineiit In the Public Servlca. Cmilidates. who should be bttwi-en the ages of twenty (20) and thirty (30) years, must In? able to read and write English and show evidence of education up to School Certillcatc Standard. The person appointed must at all times be prepared to promptly and willingly .airy out the work of the department and comply with every instruction and requirement considered necessary for the proper ordering, purchasing, receipt, recording, Issue, disposal and safeguard of all property and stores, and to perform any olher duties that may tie raquirsjfJ of him by the Director. The person appointed will be required to be on the Job in time to start work each day at 7 a.m. and must not leave the )ob until %  MM njork lias Mopped each day. Applications, which should be made on forms obtainable from the Colonial Secretary's Office and sealed in an envelop*marked "Application for the I'on of Stoics' Clcik, Department of Highways and Transport", should be addressed to the Colonial Secretary's OrTlce and will be accepted up to 12 noon on Saturday 31st March. 1951. 21.3.81.—2n jW*w//rV/'.'.v.'. :'*:%:: %  ,',;•,'. %  .;•,*,',•,%',;•.'.•. w/.v/^.; SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHfcKLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. MS W,,ton„ud IHh April IMI SAIUNO tO AMSTSBDAM A iivi.. TH V S "Wl.lerr.tadHod March 1M| SAILING TO TRINIDAD, ~ARAMA*l|Mi i MS Don..,, nil March 1031. Itlh March IMI M S "H*T.llla" *th April IMI 0 %  "Colln-a Mrd April IMI SAILING TO 1-AGUAlHA OloUaCAC MS "Oraiile-tad Mth M.uh M S "•Villerr.ata* Mil S P MUSSUN SON a Co 1.1 lV M.V. "Cackjuo Del Carlo*"' will aevept canto and Paawng n lor M laicia. SI Vli,.. and Ambo Sailing Piidav jfli ln.ianL MV. -Caribbee* will .wrepl CargB and PaaBenger. for Doeoin lea. Antigua. Monlaerrat Nt-n and St Kill. Date of departure to be notified R.W4. %  M!l I V. MK-t UlatoUM uWOI Con.ignee T*le No M1 FRENCH LINE < le file Iran all antique BAILINOS TO 1 M.I IMI ,\ I | \M | GASCOC;NK A, I I i-• via St. i.. Guadeloupe anil Antigua SOl'TIIBOUND GASCOCNK M l 1 Accepting Passengers. Mail and Deck Passengers t Gra d. St. Lucia and Martinique R. M. JONLSU v..l.ld. ACENTS I'houc W 3111 i —' 9mNEW VO** BBWn 5. M.W.n-' ...U UtJ r.h(u-t> ." I %  < B !. Inhnn,' ull. llh M.rrh HlflMi MA NEW ORUCANS SKRVKT hiil* IMh tVhni.. v anlvra Bar had.. MM Patriot" *all* Tth March arrive* Harbado* 13rd March CANADIAN SF.RVIt | -1.1 I II IK. I Ml Nam* *l Ship SS "AtCOA PABTNTB' SS "AlaTOA PEUASUS" VS. "ALCOA PfKNAMT" %  Ml s It till vv M IM ^ Iflmi.ii v aid Match Olh March Ith Ill'l" M. %  S. "ALCOA PENNANT'' %  a. "ALCOA PARTNER' John H SI. Job* ROBERT TIIOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND OCldT SERVI1 'E. APPLY:—DA COSTA CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE HARRISDN LliNE 0UTWAKD rBOM THE UNITED KINGDOM From Due Leaves |i.:i. .I — ss -succFsson" %&. 'STUDENT" 85. "SPECIALIST" SS I'ACOMA STAR" SS. "HERDSMAN'' SS. "DEFENDER'' SS. "SCHOLAR" Liverpool 10th Mm Glasgow it South Wales 18th Mar l^ndon 2lst Mar. Liverpool laondon 28th Mar. London II M Liverpool lt Apr. %  2nd Apr. 5th Apr. 3rd APT. IMh Apr IMh Apr. Hth Apr. HOMEWARD TO* THE UMITKD EJKOD0M Vessel For Closes In Harliadu SS. "MULBERRY MILL" SS. "PROSPECTOR" SS. "CRAFTSMAN" 17th Mai 10th Mai Hal Mar. For farther inforruation apply to • DA COSTA & COLTD.—AgenU Canadian National Steamships %  lll'TISUI HI IADY NEIaSON CAN iliAiir'.H! IAIY RODNEY l^nv NEIJVON l^DY RODNEY IAIV NELMON I.ADY ItoDNEY 1 Mav I Jun* Juno M July 1 Apr 1i. Ap. 0 June s*u* Rr.tnn II Mar 37 May ii i mo MAIL NOTICE rarrri Mall at S p m. on Hi. March IMI. Reglnered M-II and Ordinal' .1 III! am. on the .11.1 Marotv IMI {. %  ll kn..v,n l!> \ilmli-iii:: Win. FOGARTY LTD. "FLOWER DEW" at Maswell Coan load, PJghl of War In V. Good Ruling, a ConforUbUr 1 Bedroom Cottage. ul Modern Convenience*. Fully Purnand Cutlery If required. ll. IrMMs m D. T %  Abr*vi FURNISH NICE .nd EASY Tfcf Monry-Saving Wiy Nl'E Mahogan. Ced..I Deal and other rP-dXead. CTadiV*. Bed. M up. B.ieau. M to %  .. Vanitv and other Plant and Re.dIrdHamp* Stool* 111 Table* in great varied atylo* and flniatie* for fUnir.g Coefttaal. Radio. Sewing. Writing and other u**a-Morrl*. Tub and Rudh SUilr. and wparale piece* for children and Grownup* Morrl* Spring and SpOnillae Cuablan* M M up with flat ar aloplig Top*. Boohracka or ram—Waidrobas and other Trunk* .Singer and other hand and Inradl* ard h-'.lir-.liri* i •II ,ipMandolana. Banjo* L.S. WILSON Sprr St Dial 4DSt MOTHERS AND MOTHERS TO-BE § %  * %  KNOW THE SHEER DELIGHT OF SHOPPING FOR BABY AT FOGARTY'S "RED STAR" DIAPER—24 inches wiJe —10-yard packages at J5.2S per packaKf 1 "RED STAR" DIAPER—27 inches wide 10-yarri packuf-e ("> $5.42 per package BABY MUSLIN SQUARES 12-yard Package @ $7.20 per package BABY CAMBRIC White, Pink and Blue (a $1 14 per yard BABIES' BIBS (White)—10c. each BABIES' CHENILLE BED QUILTS <£i $: 25 each BABIES' BOOTIES ('<< 66c; 78c, and 90c per pair BABIES' MATINEE COATS