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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MARCH 4, 1M* I I Know Your Football— LAW IV Thunder Wins In Second Regatta Our Yachting Correspondent) WHO said a Tornado ct-uld not sink* Well, one overturned and sunk i>ri Sunuay. It was the first lime since Tornadoes began to race in the island that one went so far titui* i water. It w a good fight between Thunder and Edril m the Anal round but Thundei kept the lalFormerly it was believed this type of boat would only rest li .mil t-k< inches of water. iiui Bn Jill. Ill iaa^fc^^L aV ^K BMOdajr"! racaa, overturned. was %  3 I m "' d bout wen complete^ A PLAYER shall not wear anything which is danwi-^3 M flM %  "" %  Jp* (( Tpa ous to another player. Boots must conlorn, u h. ; Mto* ^L K ]M J*~'SUSttl^SA InK stanuarda :—all bars and alud* must be made ol k..thml wax third urouod the buoy. A !" or rubber; bars shall be transverse and flat, not less than C" 3 law ec..nd later the overturn.. half an inch in width and they shall extend lor the total Ml T 'y ami cr.w Mas WilJJ !" M width oi the boot and b. rounded a. the CO. || f„||„ w „ £ %  &? *&, ^iS5l"^S? E M ^Sfca S5 Cflfc** "* r qu !" Noire Dame £ £££. ?&* aSbrfS 5 ^ JM^^tt )r lw Match rw^f; ,,,, than the MMII metal the type of short* worn bjr seen* liriln lUilltll tmggie which usted •*•%  in seating for the screw trpe of Btua, players. For example. UH „,....-, nour th-y .•'•"""''V t l Breakno metal plates even though covin the picture is scarcely seen in The Collcge-Notre Dame First away to the Club mooring. A ercd with leather or rubber shall Barbados elactic waistband. our DlVtatOa f-.iball match at KenHarbour I'olice launch ,il. cine ,.,. v..-, Bsarari wear shorts w tii rnetal ungton yesterday evening ended to the .v-iMance of *>raakaway The usual equipment of a player buckle* at the side which BM hi %  -l-allew draw. The ouWtandbut the situation was already unconsLsts of a Jersey or shirt, short easily Inflict a nasty wound on ><>* playei was Cammie Smith, l \ eT r in trol trousers, stockings and boots. A afiolher player in .. tusala for tinrtarrtaon College goalkeepc gyoal-keeper must wear colours ball. which distinguish him from oUier Kind's licit* Now that I have outlined the I la. it might appear at Orststbat an II covered. Thunder held on to the lead .ind finished the race 'nine seconds ahead of Edrll. r in pest was a minute and ZS seconds behind and she had a lead of two minutes and S5 seconds on %  The results were as follows: — Time > %  % %  %  AWC see lap TomeOn Hn niM MM mine sec* Pt %  >T i i a n in Sports Window EVERTON BNI CM 1 too taw *T#aiaa at Kensington In a Pint XMraaan Fixture Taeae two usa> have ea*h lost both their fixtures this season It will ba IntaresUng to saa which taaai will rsejksssr their Srst points ID taw autch Me dcliKhtlul tins is a very simple rule Bad rim: cannot be numbered among those ami which exercise a great influence the good conduct of the g>me or? many dattaJrtAil Five boats atarted m Bunda"*j savesrace. They were Tempest. .ipHarrl I look the kick pered by Hrnce Ifamllton. Edril. addition to this, some players itT wWi Mottil Dama defending akippered by Jackie lload. Break:>u. Headley 31, and Greav for plsy wearing sx^ne the northern goal. The College AWay w ,th Toddy Hoad at the i,„i out were the highest M'eriyn Lead C'wealth On first Innings Hartyu scored a flrst innings leLd over the commonwealth Sports Team when their twoday cricket match opened at m i!' B Sunday. Merlyu winning the losa bat-1 K i flrst. making 207 runs in Mn minutes I^wis 74, Ramsay 27 Checking Boots This is not tne case and I afraid that it Is honoured a_ iu the braoch than In tho observJ* since in llarbndo*. For example. %  '" how many players check their • Mawagt in his taak. boots before a match to see that Punishment for any infringeall the nails at the bottom of their ment of thu Law, the boots, studs included, are flukh fault shall be sent off the field of with the leather. play temporarily. He snail not la it not a fact that some of return without first reporting to these rise up during the course of the Referee who shall aatisfv the season and mora than one himself thst the player's equipplayer has been cut as a rewill. ment Is in order; the player shall Referees ,,i.all0Wd to go into mmonwealth in their turn Ttuinder, followed bylaat th Breakaway. Srmrtlv %  fterwards Breakaway was out, leuving four In the rue. with huge these have cut other players. Again On the right wing, icciven th. •Mm*players wear some loud bclti ball and centred Griffith inaround thenwaists and the met;.I Kl .igt1 d Paul head and other metal Attlngl have Tudor, .entre forward, took a Injured other players. shot whili went arkM "I W These i( re points \>i ,hnli playg<*>must give their Individual The C ollate I m !" nd help the h;ird work*""'• u "' goal. This I Of, ilim took . beautiful shot which aaelkaape. L straughun WEATHER REPORT YEaTSEDAY Kainfall from Codrmgton ml Total lainf.ii far month to eaU 24 in. Hlgfcoxt Tompoiature8S.fi T Lowest TotBaerstaro: 70.6 F Wlad Telocity: 12 miles per near Baraeuter (9 am) 29970 IS Pl 29 r?| TO-DAY •aarlaa: i.2o m. Bnnatt: 8.09 am Moon: Firt Qaarter, March 1 LifhOng: 6.3o pn High Tide: 9.14 aja. Low Tide l %  p.m s 27 p.m. WHATS ON TODAY Ooart of Orand SosUona at 10 00 fltn Meeting of Home of Assembly 3 00pm Football: Kensington Bverton v Oartton-5.00 p.m. Aeroplane Club Lecture. British Council—7.30 p m Sandiford II and Lord 10 ng the only batsmen to reach van Notre Itj %  Daniel i %  Dan ised open thi thatr lafl long pass yardi On the run lo UM wasterTi mark Edril went into the lead. Thunder was now second. Edril and Thunder crept away from the other two. Edrll was 21 seeone golden opportun^ Thunu „ w|w ,., i was 20 -'—• Bum V Todd bowling ( >r Merlyn, timk 6 wickets for %  '. nraji The match ends Sundnv aaj yakiHtixe v$ II I II \ in I i kiin • We have just received a new shipment of rrncVerv in Hewered dealpis and plain colours. They can be bought ,., • %  ,.. r in individual piece-.. Undoubtedly Values in Quality CAVE SHEPHERD & CO, LTD. 10-13 Broad Street Tew minutes i.-i ei\ and the of the li, ules. Fury third. inger. recew"~ \ wom \ nuiCi and 55 aectaatUv Hi lo behind Thunder and she had Three Murder (jases Boat Race Wai decide Games Choice By HYLTON i l I \\ i I: Stars Wilt Not Meet Until Games B) 1IAKOLD PALMER A Belgian plan to m.'tch the men who are probably the best three distance runnars In the world, E m I 1 Zatonek, Crech %  After altering the bu from Page S accused was instructed to re... college g'oal but failed to f •" "" %  "• m \ '" „'''' move the four tins sometime m tike a shot The College backs '*wnd round Jacs igu„, month of December and since intercepted and Snared course to pass by Breakawav. tholl ho property which has Notre Dame infeaed .mother which was still going from side to been recovered womissing. oprxn %  tunlty I" score when side In the water. This was to Sentence was postponed on Dottin their centre /orwnrrt, rausc Jackie the race. Oswald Small who pleaded guilafter outrunning the College Thunder went into the lead, ty of three charges of building backs shot wide of the goal A She was first to clear the Bay breaking sometime between Ocfew seconds aftei Mamlevi!!.' Street 1 mark Tempest which toner M and October 30. 1VS1. took a shot which Camie Smith, overtook Fury was third. His Lordship told Small thai th) I llegM custodian, saved. Thunder went on to complete the offence* he pleaded guilt> to this round 28 second* ahead of were aerious ones. "1 am going tc Well-timed Shot Edrll which had :. lend of one poMpone sentence so that 1 can Bmllh was again called upon minute on Tempest. Fury was know more spout _you, _Hls THE'oiymp'ie committee of the Olympic "l0*6ob WttesT^nTpTon', wnen <-ailey. at right wing for last, a minute and 51 seconds Lordship Amateur Rowing Association havo Gordon Plrle f the British six mileNotTV Dam *,ook announced plans for 'he selecchampion, from C o u 1 s d o i represen(Surrey), and their own Gaston well shot from the arlnf He pu-hed tien of Britain's rowing represen IsVrrey">7 and" their 'own Gaston *• ba ove '^ c 1 l ? m, b,r A taUves at Helsinki. These plans KcuT. Olympic I.OOO metres chamcorncr v are not final and are referred to plon. has broken d aa an "interim report": but, as RelfTs club, Union St Gillolsc. Small. Wnrj* A GIBL dnesn'l warn to leave cuvssand have lo make eMburraMSng explanalioai* ka Paradol die asks for. For Par*k>| meant ./" %  '* reJif/ from naflenng cauaed by periodic paias-keadaclie, too— •ithotrt diMgreeable after-effect*. Ask your drugvUi f"r l' ( r.i(i-l. %  tieaiuVcally compuund.d from 4 htgredienta The name "Dr. Chase'' W your avuranee. n D*. CHASE'S PARADOL ~— Qvkt KmM from Pom —_ "ITS SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVt NO TROUBLE WITH TEETHING .. w IVy gKag year beby A-otaa at 'iruei UfanU' Powdw^ whkh tn M.n.l--r(ullv eootbiag at Urtfalag ,L. Then rewdrii **ur refoUt %  •* mouomM. arwaotr raatral Uee, embeolntrlTSAFE! resulte''''• h, S Jft. ^i I not be that Zatopek will not be able to *g.*L? ^J"^ "!*: %  rieiau.au iiw. niri Smith however had a spol of this matter, the news come. Choice of an eight will .._ decided until after the Tidewav take part. head-of-the-rlvcr race and the There university Boat Race have been whouv held on March 23 and 19. Leander. Thames and London have already asked to be considered The Leander crew. which contains six of last year's Cambridge eight, will hard training at March 3. nlso some doubt spot luck when a shot from Robertx, the British Arnstcur Athletic Board would have given Plrle permission to run. They may re-form left half, which found him out if position, struck the cross bur and rebounded Into pl.i\ At half Una boa teems an There Is every chance of Plrle "gbtlng to open their account tiering real threat to Zatopek's Sho-" i.premacy at the long distances in wBan initncy from tln Helsinki Games. Zatopek-s bid to win Hie Olym Shortly after the fcond half Noire Dames foi srds moved down. MandavlUe parsed to Hubert* who A FRESH ARRIVAL OF SMILES pic 5.000 three days after he "had m "ked but Smith ran out and | won the 10,000 metres produced *" !" After the Un.voiwty Boat Race. UI1 uf the blli ^. A u irl iu of tho ,Aboiil live minutes later they may reform last year s crew Wembley Game-? McCollin was injured and had to | itlrely, and go into tralnins In z..topak practically sprinted SfJWJ 'he field This did not the last 1M yards to be beaten handicap the Notre Dame for-; in the end bv HeitT h\ nutter wards who continued to nttack the College goal. Phis is continuing his strenuous Mandcvllle missed anotJ preparaUon. running eight to 10 PortUBItj to score, lie mllis owr Fariii.nrlhnen ever, "*• WO N? "'. Col .7*o ^"1 evening of the week. He is not ff and had only goalie Smith afraid to tackle th.Southern ,0 .iitry championship al Kadnald (Essex i on Saturday. L.E.S. ely, and go into training u that order on April.21. There Is always the possibility. however, that the new Cambridgu eight will prove exceptionally brilliant, and will have to be considered on its minis. Oxford could -reate a surprise, while Thames and London may foltlo which of their crew* Is the hotter when they rsce one an%  tftaw over the Putney-Mortlako course in March. Wall for the eihi Selection of a coXwalnless four will rest upon the dccMon it, regard to the eight, dep e nding upon which men are set free. Leander, Thames and Q.C. DEFEAT FOUNDATION have asked to be considered here, too. For the double and single sculls, finals are lo be held. If necessary. over a 2,000 metre course at Henley on Friday. June 18. so as not to interfere with Reading Regatta the next day. Double scullers who have asked to be considered ore Bradley and Burncll, Da vies and Kemp, LuU and Brown. Two pairs anin the running leander ami Thames—but the iwily sculler who has so fai .applied is Tony Fvx. The selecurge any other sculler interested to compete In the WingOeed In April. Not firvl-class The coxed fours Is nol usually ycEE.vs CO1XB0I Cuataau Ixmdon the Gnis' Foundation 17 game of netball al Foundation Girls' School yesterday. Pat Browne scored 10 for Queen* College and OleAda I %  K.uirul.itioii v Astnd Welch scored three and C*celia Ashby 1 A: half time the score was 10—I The umpires were Mrs M Woiton and Mr*. G. King regardi d i England. tlrst-class event In but we shall nitei a. did in 1848. Trialwill U held at Henley on June 14 Provincial and coastal clul m this form ot rpwln though In 1848 they were a ei b> a scratch four froi oxford University. The sam. •lung may happen now. lit! the ball diiect to Smith who saved easily. At this stage McColhn. the Notat Dame centre forward, returned lo the lull H.C. Attack College went into the attack. YU-dford, on the light wing for i i.liege, received the ball and 'Ini'ilh )ust failed to \ itlfUl BavB hy Smith brOUgrtl the crowd to then feet E Daniel i an in fioiri the let' wing and look a shot at the open KB rushed back and kicked Ihe ball outside, saving what looked like a certain goal li.feiee CoppUl soon after blew off the game with the score nn, h mgari The teams were as follow :— Notre Damr: 1. Straughan. F Straughan, W Browna, ItoberlU I'ae.iel. K (Ji.'Vn. hja, F D.a Dottin ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS Here she comes with her cargo of Health and Happiness—Cow & Gate, the most famous of all Infants' Foods. And what a relief! For there It everything that Baby needs in a tin of Cow & Gate to build firm flesh, strong bones, sound teeth, and to give that cheerful smile of abounding health and vitality. Yes! Welcome once again Cow & Gate. 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il ESDAV M MICH 4. IM2 H\*ll.\no* ADVOCATr PACF Coiiiiminisl> Unmask <'(l a> Iram Pur 1 %  challenge to Manic, him from the party at the risk of his own career. Manley who had contemplated resigning from the party and pdlttlcs if the p council had not accepted the Tritajnal'l report and recommendation*, declared thai he will fiKht the two Hilla Han and Henry with everything nothing was left in him to tight Ken Hill said to-day T.U.C will go on. The probeMarted following the breakaway by Tl Kelly and Wellington MacPhcrson. two T.UC. leaders from Union November last and then organisation Of the new N II Labour Congress which be,: in organising T.U.C. member*. Ran Kill denounced the action, called for tha from the parly nnd at the aaaae tum the right wing not K"U> and M;u!'lier*o!i .ml |. duced documents to show the Marxist character of T.UC. Ultimatum MM. \ssi in i mi Th, Man tvflore Fountain \II\I/.K\TY I IN HOSPri AL xxKtcn his Maw c .'? b !? 6v 25i.?*2**". eoiinecti' ihe inauguration of Uv town Wale* Suf*B*) (H-en mid-fevafcMBH i Hat Whabitant> of Un CHj a few yean t-arher. A tap was bulll into UM Monument, and Ihe three feet from dw beea or tha rtructure. that CUM thoi port on Monday impr Primate i Higeaao bai hec" moved to ti prlaoii hospital 1 Slovakia for vonv.ilesring." The iina HI Armed report was Bl VcrtU* th.A. ;ideaaaancj The Italian agency Art reported only ago that Mil .. Fountain wat still In prison at Vae about prc*en:.-d n 'of Budapest or y,..,kG****&*#*" Hell'!* to rhniiHillnivl.iii |RHn hlimil iftifiiirifrV-* imputill" in the hi. KM! ITU* Cautf rhrumallc ache* and pain*. Miff and painful i-iini*. IHIII* aaaaaaaa and common >kin dUordrn. ilarar*Kln.'d Miilurv lr- In purhS ihtM.MHI. clean*** the sv.i.m and aMiti* in r, .r..rln Mod health \D MIX CCEJUV %  la stal %  pa for Catholic MEOASHi: I p.at. The Fire Briiindi Party ie..u* r Manley who at first declared his inten'.! nothing but a united party of both right and left (Via told bluntly by the right wing that it was cither the Hills or themselves. Among them were Willo'l *... % %  Dr Ivan 1-lovu. Will. %  right. Floriwl Glax.spoU Th.' Tribunal art US to inquire Into oharfM Ugaii December Tl and won compiMM I %  The full effect of the ghOorlnf off S"!* 0 i > %  %  %  nd Henri were a! Ion interned '• %  %  *' ' '' % % %  mmodate during the war by Governor B '"*' certiflcnti Arthur Richards for CommunUt n..t !* %  worth the paper th< aetl\ • bicta la kept on the OantMin Savannah for ttse .ummond and quickly put it out. i the track caught afire on Saturday about SHORTHAND RESULTS TEH reeurl i the Decembei I Examfnationi (IJ.S I C. B. ROCK U.N. TANKS POUND RED POSITIONS SEOUL. March 1. United Nations lanKs Saturday rambled Into action <>n UM muddy Korea* i mr h nH for the second itnitfhl day A tnk infnntrv raldin unit backed up by Intense aitillftv [ Bn hammered Rexl targets south of Pyonii^ani: <>n the. Central Ironl l"i anore than an houi al dawn Saturdav C'hiriCMarlillery and mortar Bn OaUnaftCd two of thP ( lank BrMt>*vwn, On . or Pbti-iU: •in law, P %  DM and I %  n i•In"ii 1 <[uipped with i ary fountain it has hardly *vi nillllled ii' objeet the iniip! on %  more than 78 years A B : ii UM yoai thai UM Monument wai In t 1 .' 1 %  Water\M I had cut off tht water-supply and locked ihe Irx'n gates. Onlj within %  %  Vrritaa made BJ pference to Mindsmity i long report pi£& r A Hungarian army officer to Austria several weeks .tijo said he had seen Mindircn*> walking in Iho on prison in Budapest bofon h tie.*, the dispatch rep.rtcd —UP. MARKET RE-OPENS KARACHI, March 3 Tincotton market here l ,.i,..i io-.i,i> .ifter traders had '. pakUaan !nveriiinent* a sa aOU De eBMnl of it ipport Scheme. I;I)> bean led to the l*o nr-'' m thi" ..'111 1,1 bench' from UM erection >>r Mr of 90 John Mantel on Fmmt.tin (irTu ultle* cmisiil l ^ .i ulumi cotton i IrrtendM it .i iiuniniiim basic prici ..ipvea per Mauml (alHiut Hi! Iba.) for Pakaatan iot*nw UM*. The tanks were pulMd bar* to the Allied lines. That brought to 12 the number <>f nlllert I Oki damaged Friday and Yachts Arrive In Grenada Men on. The IPS, is the oldest Shortdestroyed i. intnew rid and their Saturday. %  rtlAllied fliihter-bomner^ Ixd• tl n hlgn nnced oil part gif thin ls Saiui(tap afternoon. The Mu.itangs and h K .',, Thl biggeot Ine Corsairs ciught a earmm...... ( ., a i. Iall( l1 Sl Srven Canr Fires In :$ Days lalnad Mkei Tha ExamlnaUmi Marine t I ol red over i at The secret of a happy family is-coop HEALTH? VCI. moiher,your good health ind that of your children. If you art toiiirhme* crou and your S ': H# SCOTT'S EMULSIOI HtGH F.NeRC-V FOpP TON!Kedland Plantation St. Oeorge Ain-'iKle, GRENADA, vl Four yaohti ]-'i' nere Ing on the aeeond leg .-•-.. cruise dm tu.>n property of the Three are arriving Saturday right Ldmton); A aaahon, Elaine Gill, darknesi ne;ir Chorwon on the lru;U v ; ,,, (h iestate of F. C and Sunday morning from BaVOBl F. J. Central Front In the small hour* Cox ^hr damage is covered by dog. Br(h*tte); A. Nurse, Marv Saturday. FU-ds in the unmoe. The local TouriM Hoard extendClarke, l' Bentham 'Mr. C. defrayed or damaged four allied ed the fullest hospitality mcludir.fc Rock B Harris, 1*. Clarke ing spoke a farewell over the pubJoan Lythcott (Modern High lie Address system from an outBchooll; L 1 board powered craft which circled Academy); Phyllis Chceseman (V) the Molllhawfc. UM UHHIU | i_i-u.. „,., ship as she glided from Uie inner Speed—w* w.p.m. harbour, to he followed %  < int. i O. ranunott, Joyce Iwvetl. B. \.,i s u, othet beealJN of their Clarke,C. Smith (luaaat. Lyntom v.itving speeds. J. Belling. () Kellman (Mr. F. J, The leisurelv erui'e continueBrathwfelti I to St. Vincent'via Carriacou p^ OUki Modern Hlgn Schools M. •Ibly Tobago. Key* and Bequi'. T %  ( Best); E*ma Al Spnnghall Plantation, St Luejr, a On ;>t ;ibout 12.M p.n, Sun Hurt Tanks on Sunday burnt fifteen and The sun and relatively high three quarter *cre* of first crop temperatures hurt tank*. They and ten and three quarter acre* B Mlebury iMi. P. slipped and alld up and down the of .">* "P ^. / n^JLaS E. Mahonl; hillii and -onie N,gged in the mud. and a quarter acres i Df ^<" SHOP AT PINE RECOMMENDED Dorothy Boyce i; i Week H. AFTER considering a rcpoi %  a Committee, the Housing Board yesterday decided to recommend to Government that a shop with residence attached, be erected at the Pine Housing Scheme for the benefit of the tenants. The Manager Secretary was instructed to prepare n plan of the proposed shop,'and submit the same for consideration of the Hoard at its next meeting. Allied lighter-bombers and Jets <*nc plants and I n*"';;r"'""'" %  %  *""grVSrt/Ts^nJSTuS nnd were insured. The light bombers cut the Red,** UT.— -„ m tan tu hBiohiwS ,,i i m i n an nl-teev Another tire at Winren rianla•itKiiwoiK idil • ill*-s in nu pule > „, _. _•..,, i in damagt-d one Mil. Hi Oiiet llgtits ... f „,„ in rt ,.,,,,. ni" with ne ,rl> 109 enemy krtl SJSVUF^ Se!i of The Fifth Air Force issued sumvoung "W Ri" n, !-S, ^^ In' mariea for Ibii week and NbruF^a*j""fnhe Ltd They ware inT The nWMH) reeotl ihoWafl •'" r edPUUl kaM 2 nlanai ova policemen, assisted by labourNorth Korea in February, well ,. IS> BOt „ n r( ul L^ars Plantallon MOW tin-r.iord of 5U in January. unuffr control before it cxtendeil In the same perni Fifth Airforte ,,, „thti Held*. The fire broke pilots destroyed or damaged 51 ou t a t about 8.30 m. nn Sunri.>> Russian-built MIGs. Only two H burnt two and three quarter .. Allied planes fell In air fights with acres of third crop npe 3:_. MIG-s during. F.-( property Ot Appl.-whaitcs Ltd Rod ground fire, some of it The canes were insured. I.ii. accounted for 17 others iind eight more were lost through unknown cau*< I I' MORRIS OXFORD proves to the world Britain builds the best medium power cars D ft, 1); M. M s Hichards); v PtrrlUa Dalai [MJ A quick rub with V greasiest MOVC i — makes surl.'-. scratch. h UM ihc .. : Vim Jv.i:i'-M.mnothlv |l r without a V Diiiightcr rcr H(lnrl Mittluiiii HOLLYWOOD ...a TOURlSfF. BOAltl) %  I In Touch With Barbadoa Coastal Station Cabk -nd Wlrrlr, I ile>t advsa it. %  -i 0n ll.rt.in 1, iMwInf alilD* ihi<>iti " i Coast Mallon S 8 Cavlna. F-mprflW ol Brelland. Poa*M ll-iwfc. Oell %  Cli %  Colombo, Mara.. Andiea. Di 1(1 M ena, sundwivh. Siel a PWaoi l*veiDFTMI. r-roneUco H Hart. Atoiprtnw. rrt Townahand. TamafO". UrufUav. I.ibrrl*i. Ho>al Sl-r. Ala IVnn>inl. tad Rodi father for Ihe third time Monday when his a ife Dorothy him wnh a seven liiui.i. ten oun< i glrL Both motiur and aauffater an "doiim well"' hospital ..iithorttles adThc daughter is to I i ened ivtrina after Mltchum'l maternal grandmother. Tha Mitehum' have two ANNOUNCED A fire at Bowmanston TcntinInr, St. John, at about 11.00 p.m on Saturday burnt 485 holes ol third crop ripe canes, property ol, Kii-t.ii. Barrow of the samel ••ddress. Thi %  not Insured Three acres of third • ranes were burnt when a ore occurred nt ll.nle, P Bl Jflhn, at iilut 8.S0 p.m. on Saturday. They are the proper!v of A. G. Poyer and were insured • From Our Own Corraapondm GRENADA, March 1 Grenada's Tourist Trade Development Board (O "' the next year has recently been Si John, burnt twelve acre; innounced. Il comprises: Mr. third urop ripe eanes. prop<-n> A. Norris Hughes (Chairman), of the trustees of the estate o( Marryshow and 1 R Fellows. They were insured pal IUK: b tft .HI. nt., JIA.IVS UM VIA. cleans everything smoothly and speedily i>ov.mhr ranol MorrKaloni histi>T\ ean har been produced which have *el Ihe pace fot hm' pcilornurK'in automobiles H %  laaraa^oeasj roMlay, ita aforrli Otfbml fUft us nnHkrn M>lin||. ptciiMon linivh and rnjnnccnnn excellence 0 ;i ^'.ii nh pTOVtd appeal It* i reads Mae tah lofu, <>l fcjiim-Mksi'Mhmmanv 01 ihc MorM*i ceaJU) hi* uafi y. Ttiomai Crratp. FatllWErarm*. Po Ompo ai um ML Adna. lanakB Leadei. Ttata. Paiwl Mall al I n ^-^W^jejsht — r.P. E M dairy Irepresentine MAIL NOTICES iture). Messrs. ? • r.uiana to RAMCX Smith. O. M. Bain and Capt. SMITH win t* closed at the General E Earle Hughes (represent inn an • Oidmary M'H at Ii M-.tr I. I0S1 • rippinu aRents), Mr. Loyls 5 Strauaa. U Col Keith Sluif wfaicta the Sch. Harriett WhHtaker |s one. Il Is interesting to have n glimpse ; t the general routine of these i .-hoot* Barbados -.ml British Oulana often catrhi are mat ctlhi here vicinity ol l 200 and they hara., UM Fishe\er drop below 500 U1K Banks to obtain a supply of Th*ere* 0l UM HarriMl Hinti h is used as a means of takes use fishing lines and hook' h caught, t., catch their Ash. An tin Snappers and |rO U P0TI ,irthe -e,irH is r.llaehed to the end "t light and Capl th boa, and kl hi understoo,! th-t ihj thai Inee were able this makes manoeuvrmg veiy itch only 37 fish la^t month difncult at times In the eighteen The Harriett WhiHaker. which This however was much below ftdilng days of mon h ,' Ji la skippered bv Capt. Joseph the average, and as a matter of weather la not always rrienni> • eater %  a nd has a crew of eleven, [ad Wl I UM lowest catch reaUaed and they bear the changing cw.peratcs between Martlniiiu< arj long period. Very dliona with cheerfulness. ^.*o*oasvo*'e>vv>vv>*#.^^ WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR ...yt "ip ONLY one Inof gives you ALL the revolutionary FERGUSON SYSTEM features! COURTESY GARAGE R0BT. THOM Limited. ;'. Whiteoark Dial 4616 •.'.'-'-•yV-A'-'-V..'..'.'.*-'.'-'-'-'-' BEST BUY FOR TRANSPORT AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES. I I



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i I'M.I Ull R RAKBAIMIS ADVOCATE III -.11 IV, M \R< M 4. 1S42 R\RB\I)()s45>AD\ r OGCrE i — Turl. March I. IM2 !!. llrli^ioiis Are London's Students? I hav uiqu %  UM SI'I \IM\4. ONE of the most interesting feature!, of nates for 1952-53 is a table showing expenditure for the jM-riod 1941-42 to 1950-51. Comparison of expenditure in the fint year of the ten year peri.nl with expenditure in the last year of the pein*i provides much matter for reflection. The coat of the Labour Department mcreased by more than 8 times. The cost of the Governor's department, the Colonial y and the Auditor General had more than doubled b> the end of the The cost of customs was more than trebled; the Legislature cost 8 times as much. Educational expenditure was more than trebled and so was expenditure on the Public Library, the Medical DepartmenU, ihc Volunteer Force, Pensions, Subsidies and Grants. Highways anil Transport expenditure increased more than four times and old age Pensions cost five times as much in 1950-51, as compared with 1941-42. Yet despite all these increases and many more, there is a warning in the memorandum Isauad with the estimates that the substantial, actual ami potential increases in the recurrent expenditure of Government will require tob oow rad ai soon as possible by increased and new taxation. There is no*mcntion injwbara of any endeavour to examine government expenditure to see whether economies can be made or whether certain departments like the Post Office could not become greater earners of revenue than at present. • The net revenue for government commercial undertakings is set at $3,110 and the 1'ost Office which had been a steady revenue earner during the 10-year period ending 1950-51 and which had been credited with $23,915 in the Estimates for 1951-52 credited with $3,110 in excess of expenditure in the current estimates. There is a note to say that this figure does not represent profit or loss, but unmistakably it represents a remarkable decrease on the revenue of previous years. The Post Office m the United Kingdom is classed as one of the revenue departments earning £152 7 millions in 1948-49. There seems little reason why it should riot continue to bo classified as such in Barbados, rv.n though its activities henare neJuralK more limited than in the United Kingdom. Similarly there would seem to be scope for b i Venial from excise duties and something could be earned from entertainments besides the $65,000 expected from sweepstakes. But before searching for sources of revenue other than taxation there seems need fur a scrutiny of how and on what services revenue is spent. The method of presenting the estimates does not make it an easy task to arrive at the total figure spent on personal emoluments, hut if the items under medical departments are added to those shown separately under other heads no less than $7,000,000 of a total estimated expenditure of $12,052,094 are shown to be intended for personal emoluments. That seems to be a large percentage of total expenditure and suggests that economies are needed in government departments. If to this substantial expenditure is added $1,153,285 spent on food subsidies and controls, the proportion of money spent on overhead salaries and subsidies seems very high. Nor is expenditure on persons limited to these sums. Leave passages and salary revision account for $200,000; old age iMisums for $495,000 and Pensions for $603,602. If expenditure on persons which now exceeds more than half of total expenditure continues unchecked, government expenditure will become gradually restricted to paying for increasing costs of administration, persons and subsidies while money for development will only be made available by increasing the public debt. Increase in taxation instead of improving revenue might lead to lower revenues snuv the inevitable effect of removing incentives is to reduce the volume of business turn%  i In an island which lelies so much on customs, receipts and income tax for the greater part of its revenue h'gher taxation is more likely 1O decrease than increasi Mai revenue. The time has come to consider economising on government expenditure. ItH Hobrrl Kiuttsli (University Reporter) In th of London'* 23,000 Univrr*lt' students. At Oxtin I, imll i maaagtft. :hal 50 per cant of *00 to a crowing intrresi in religion unijeitfrudujilrs question**! *aid nmoni students. The Council uf religion played no part at all In the Students' ",'nlon baa asked their live*. ""at there should be an annual %  f London" I find organFoundation Day senrlCI fr the i.'Cd religion play* little or no I'nivemlty and the BrM will be apparent pan m iho lives of the Of • indents ,inbrule. London University Will ceptton if MM l0 COUagta, has tin historical or traditional %  %  %  x.eption lo this rule is held next November Next month at Si %  nt Of what are planned to be terminal Holy ComiimnkMi service* fur the University Baton the mr than were tarn ri(noininatlonal church the collegeD m There are | leh, by *talm.ny. One of the latest Is the Ule. a theological lecture must be Ar formed at Unti each week to non-lheoversity College This term. So fir. logical student* Attendance at n has SO members, two-thirds are these lectures is in th. neighbourm m. Generally, in religious hood of 300—350. societies at the University %  The Army man studentin proportion lo than But another series of lectures number at the University outat King's, on the subiect of The number men. Meaning of Christianity To-day.' 'Married into if ajid open to lU *** %  Covering the University as • tt-e whole university attract! whoM |S he London bnincn audiences of only about 1M. (>f he lllU ., ( |, mn Kings Is the one college of the StUn>nt Christian Movement. T-he v to have its own chapinovernPIll nM „ b,,,,,,,,, Liloin. But since the war \ (i ,, rt0 n an average of 20 MI. n.U-is -• t — J— 1 apPQl %  i-mty U %  whole. The prtsmt h,i|.laln IB a young and energetic former Army padre, the Rev. Eric Tinker, tt I 1 met some of the staff of tin innvemenf. In most c> work there for two to thrtc years W'l*li cr.uluiiting nt I or. to London last September after wm ht ^ „ rU _j oan W1 h ,„„. laarvIM in fnm. W %  • w rdcn „f siurtwit Movement rraduaU of Dxtord. „^^ , b far Brltuh ,„d *1 ,':'\Z over*.. .ud.nl. ,„ Cower Slre.t, •" jI J : .^. I LJU. v.hos.-hc.m. islnC.l.rham. Betty '" mifn" 1 --^'" " uMl,son wh ""' a mnthematlcal .ollegts are so scattered and a l>IIMHII \\| FAriOII MONTREAL. March 3, Hujh Commissioner K. M Porde of Aus...d Monday the danger of a southward thrust by Asiatic Communists was an important factor in Australian acceptance of the recent Japanese peace treaty. Spe.ikmi; ai i meeting of the Canadian Cluh here Fordo laid the development of lly in the south and southeast Alia was a "matter of primary concern" in Australian policy. He said Australia still is nut convinced that the Japanese could be trusted to avoid aggressive military and economic policies that might again threaten Australia.—U.P. II get.i rfe e.it 'i any and another hour nettli Women lead it is presents gtinlnv inlltioui the few residential ci %  %  i .Mr. Tn.* • pointera Then" opinion 1 married into the tnofem an t' Her husband Is Its Associate Study Secretary,, they met while both were student* of I'nion Theological Seminary. New York. I asked thtfll *hnh (..cully they thought produced most students %  humus activities. that medical '.eermg students seemed i moat interested, especially In th* %  I aspect*. B especially those training as specta| lists at Imperial College mosi difficult to interest. What kind of an impact doe* religion make on London student coming from the Empire and Other part* of the world" Said SCM's Oversea* Student* secretary, Murray Haggi* la Cambridge iran who hope* for a teaching career abroad I: They are nflet. vary disillusioned Thev think lha) ara eomtai to %  Christian lountiy On the every Methcixt student arriving from the Empini elsewhere ship by a ifers ho* pitallty H tielp as u guide. "Before we started doinc this, most of them were met and offered help by Communists," said the Rev B. Arthur Shaw. chaplaM lo the Univirsity Methwlist Society. Among tne 2.^00 Roman C athnlii students at the UnlversiO then i. says the i ch-iplam. FatheGordon Wht im IM increasing intere.' b) religion 'Studenseem much mere serious mlnde** thim tn my undergraduate day* (he was at Oxford). Jttaj apathy There are SO Roman Catholic clubs, mostly formed since th* war. and a weekly service foi students at St Etheldrcdn > Church. Holtxtrn Circus Mo j-H'u'ar with interwar criminals. The gun would iL-vcd as a last rasoet. EvanU have proved Mr. Huuvor unlit. The naw aristocrats Of the American criminal world t.Hlav fire no* the rough, apeUk, rdQan of the MrnsAlaa. They have l>een replaced by smooth-apoken and Inip ac cab iy tailored individuals — hoodlums." to give them their vernncular name. "We're business man" they protest In answer to anv embarrassing inquiry about their activities. "We live uuielU pay our Income "**• and give she public only what l! want What certain section* of the American public want are nartflrtoi black-market commodities, prostitutes and extensive gambling facilities. It is the aim of the hoodlums to provide these ,VUTat a price — and to B> MONTGOMERY HYDE, M.P. Aocording to Senator KefauI nation-wide crime syndiBtl in the Unite) s-..t, It Is a loosely organised but Cohesive coalition of aulonomOUfl irime organisations, which work together for mutual profit. Qhsshsssssg First 1.1.1, activities are controlled by a cynical partnership of hoodlums, venal poUtsdnna and conscienceless business and professional men, including accountants and lawyers. Helunil ttiein Mi KofaUVOl even -ee. the hand of tha liana — though it must 1* m there is no clear evideme ..f the opiijiif.il of this subterranean Italian organisation in the United States. However, despite the fact that some of their conclusions may be mistaken. the Kefauver ConunltteO have revealed that, now the great days of Prohibition are over organised gambling, winch is illegal in every Slate except Nevada. has replnced bootlegging as the -• most profitable source of Income This and other fonro. of organised crime go hand In hand with the most shnrnalSSi political corruption — as Is evident from the examination of ,i variety -4 witnesses before the Senate Committee. Bribery extract fn the Hi testimony of Mr. Thomas Cawley. who Is described as the undisputed gambling king of the town of l-i Salic in Illinois. Cawley admlUed In effect thai he bribed the authorities lo ignore his business by contributing to their election exponChalrmon.—Do you know Mike Iff Bert Witness.—Vcs. sir. He was %  iff but*, the ,mlhoittic lo Him n Chairman.— How tnaCA did HN hllnd e%e to Iheii existence. conirtbute lo his compaiu**" >..,.; fads have emerged Witness.—Fire hundred dollorj %  Kef iuvel. 10-JIB1--41. i"oi' '> %  .— !" a> r>mocrat from Tennessee and Witness.—( xeerr asked him. a I _>__•_..a^.. / tartling and unsavoury i-ending. Chairman.—Mike Weer kneu? u-hot business pou were in"" Wlfness.—/ ii'ouldn'l know u-hefher he icotild or not. Chair ma ".—Why? Chairman —What tee teanf get of is this. How can you run down there without the Sheriff knowingtomethlwo about if and doing so"iethino aboilr If* ll is genera.Iw known, is II not, (hat |/ou operate these pfacecf Wirness.—Thai is nghr. I we born and raised ihere. / ha-l a good friend, the Mayor of the town, and he wonanVl ll none of them politicians com • into our cily. Chairman.—He would nor let th > Sheriff come la? Witness.—That is right. Chairman.— Do the people Id U. you think? Witness.— I think they do — tWI par cent of Ai Walter Clark, a county Sheri 1 In Florida, near Miami WOI asked why he violated his oa'th> letting, gamblers operate openly in his country. I w. elected on a liberal ticket, an the people want it and the. enjoj it." was the brazen repl.v I let them have what they want, for the tourists down here" Pressed to define what he l meant by "liberal." this aston-, ishing Sheriff said 'Well. I not going around snooping In I private busines and homes The Sackings Another aspect of tin \ can crime world Baa been the extent to which various Federal agencies, particularly the Internal Revenue Bureau have been in league with the law-lre..kers and have even collected tribute from tbani. Laxity In scrutinising income:.i x leiurns. submitted by known gamblers and others, reached IJOfl NaUkttnlMh pn>p":-li"i. President Truman was obligi-'t to take drastic action. Ai Assistant Attorney-General am several hundred revenue official have been dismissed, prosceiitloiis are pending against some of these officials on charge-, of receiving bribes. One such official even enclosed a Government-franked envelope in his letter demanding money from a woman who ran a hou>e of prostitution. He wrote: "I am most grateful for everything you did for me. but 1 am wondering if you could let me have another 75 dollars or 100 dollars to complete my repair and pain'mg job." Then he added. "Please use the enclosed envelope, which requires no postage, at your earliest convenience' It Is this alliance between organised crime and corrupt !>-.Utlcians that Is spotlighted I y the Kefauver report. •Crime %  „ America, By Est<-% Kcianter. (Gsllanes. lSs.1 WORLD i OI'Y*tCHT Kisimrn —L E S OI II IWAaMM SAY: 7,... Bsssaf l'i, llv True? glands and would probably bo ture boys who moke Ihi To the fditar, |hl /tdtocaie SIR.—Coo frot f* i nitti some of the extraordinary material they [ore apparently obliged to BrtBl i doubt if your most li .reader can' fail to sympathise with the Nt.HT of the Meant* Advertising. lM>t Handling copy retattai ! certain sections of the menl industry uiusl t>e ID gratifying experience. ; About i third of the space on page 2 of last Saturday's Advocate wai taken %  ) pictorial advertisements ,,f entertainment for adults to bo [seen in Bridgetown during the (coming week In three of these the heroes < ? > were holding rail casually as they svould hold daai eatnad to be %  bOUt N tirl friend ii bullet : her skull. Two ..t :, pathologlcat, condition Typitied by gross enlargement of *he mammary belter dead any "Haunted: Hounded' saw the ghost that kill "Here they come' West's mo-', dangeroui Radmen (Own 1 most t A lurther tvei -,.i k ..'i notn Believe, me I am a pure and Only he diluted Philistine. But. as a genflred to eral reader. I was interested tn see your report of the last meetthe old ing of the Cultural Association SinThe Suiuny Advocate, in the pting woman!" best tradition of fair and accurate xample "No song leporUnj, |ae a very readable No gals ever zingaccount of what was said at the Imgier' with meeiing. Indeed, by the use of down* of moonlight babes and a striking headline and heavy bay.eutlful luncs in colour" is block type, it emphasised the typical of the outrageous polluK'levances felt by the cultural commercial Interests of groups In Barbados. May I say .in rich end beautiful lavish %  • ".grats on this high standard of Language. Probably a psychiatrist could explain the workings of :, mind ""' sea that your leadcrnd of pubwntar n Wednesday attempted a i *\ ..lift evaluate ils efTeels on **** and wordy defence against out readers. To me it appeared the charge of the cultural clubs. emanate from • "sr. on Saturday, the au-> Lunatic A^vltinCEC1LE WALCOTT. Naw Gardens. March 3. 19b2 /I.,.-.Culture Boy* To the Editor, (he Adrorate SIR.—I am not one of the culthor of that inimitable feali also launched a counter-offensive a g at n s t the "culture boys." Obviously, some-. body has been hit In a delicate spot and he Is protesting vigorA BARBADIAN THAT MONEY DOLLARS, dollars, dollars . .Mayor Vincent Impelletton tells New Yorkers that a new £3 10s lax is being clapped on cat owners and a 25 per cent, surtax OH liqum licence fees. In spite of much banging <>. drums, only 46.970 people have claimed i .C 74-1.100 on income lax refunds for last I year, but that leaves 1,100,000 more citizer.s who could pick up £12.500.000 more if only the United Slates Treasury could find them KNOCK. KNOCK IN ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, nffl H tl KnowltM was stutj/mg the photograph of "wanted" man which was flushed on her T\ screen when there was a knock ut her Iron; door. Yes, it was the man all right, but unfortunately he heard the announcers voice booming on about him, took to his heels and •. %  scaped. MOVE THE HORROR and resentment over th i third air crash at Newark. New Jersey. hav not only closed down the local airfield bi. caused a strong movement to shift Nv V/ork'a other two great termini. LafJuardi and the international airport at ?t Idlewiu COMMENT JUDGE James Kirkland acquitting a Pent; svlviitua Communist of alleged contempt < Congress, says. "Even Satan would get a tail trial in an American court." SACKED EN JACKSON, Mississippi, Sete Menl.u Hospital officials frowningly admit that Uu\ have sacked "the most brilliant psychiatr si in the South," He was Vincent Daly, Detroit, who arrived from Oxford, Bert c and elsewhere, and proceeded to establish a terrific reputations Alas, all the diplomas were written by Vincent himself. THE HUMAN TOUCH WE HAVE just celebrated Lincoln's birthday (February 12, 1809) and a reporter rang up Carl Sandburg, acknowledged as America's outstanding authority on the Grea: Emancipator, to ask if he thought Lincoln was a finer orator than Churchill. In reply Sandburg told the following story: Mae West was chided by friends for having killed off two characters early in one of ho; works. Shakespeare, it was pointed out. would have waited for several scenes befoi %  despatching them. Rejoined Mae: "Well. Shakespeare had his technique, and 1 have mine." POVERTY UNI THE Wall-street Journal produces rr> favourite headline—"Retailers mourn risir-<. customer reluctance to part with money" WHnnN a burglar broke into a church i: Trenton, New Jersey, he reckoned without the pastor. The Rev. Leonard Watson, who has rejected several offers to turn professional footballer, subdued his man with a ham me i lock and choke-hold, then held him with one muscularly-Christian hand while he telephoned the police with the other. FUR IS THE SPUR "SOME very naughty wisecrack* u the round over the ''Mink coal scandals" (expensive coats were given to Washington i ftV CasuV wives aj bribes) Sample "Minkie." as the stories are called: Truman, allegedlv paraphrasing a famous Roosevelt remark says. "The only thing we have to fear is fur Itself." PAPER SERVIETTES in Pastel Shades BOr. prr IOW. 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II l--i>\\ MAW II I. mt II.VKIIVIMIS \I>\.K ATI I'AflF FIVE Three Murder Cases For Grand Sessions 12 Street Lamps To Be Erected In St. Michael Pleas Hoard Yesterday A MID UU %  ChM Justiw Sir Allan Coll>: ,„„,, in lhe Town Ili.ll Mp thcl'hici Ji.-tK. valkad to the Bench ompwiied by Colon*] R T. Michelin Commisi lire, and then the Court atood as the CV. clamatlan for mry opening of the Curt uf %  s omeone's 8 IM juror* electtO li.t thai %  eeMon* .. %  %  Ofl ItM %  was occupied with i.| of pleas and H> no cases were heard For t\ Thlrty-Cour-jPMi^oU labourer ided guilty al lhe Court of Grand Sessions %  %  %  %  %  Novembar 19, 1951 -|.e CMfJ o.llymore sentenced him to 18 u i pusonment with hard labour on e-ch count iu mn concurrently Mr F T. Field who pioiecuted told the Court that th MCllMd trai employed sometime before he did these offences and used to take orders from S E. Cole A Co., for dellvfor h. After he %  't his employer he continued to take these good* tor himself. On seven occasions he obtained these false order* and It was only on %  :. „ hen he fot an m that he was caught. The DM M had i %  there were DO lee*. tii.it. Bsssan aeoMtoai % %  which the iiccu*ed had forged tlirse orders and signed Ins cmi It 1MB. Mouse Hrcakiiii: His lordship the Chief Justice n-olil 1,118 months' imprisonment with hard labour house In Christ Church nn Octuticr 28. 1951 an inent with hard labour : b .1 Ing from a dwelling > M 26, 1951. Best pleadI i lies and when .iked if he hu.: to say begged Ix leniency from the COW Both sentences ire to run BOH%  enitrveij Pi Emerson Howard told •.. c uirl .ant who : %  larceny and he wan sentenced to men! with otrance on bcr 13. 1851. "You mitht have killed the boy and this is how murders, are committed in the island. If this kind of wounding continues the Court will be obliged to milict corporal punishment thai is. the cat of nine tall n li no good Coming here and begging after using l kmO on the other .. %  Si Dall M ..led guilwnh i hi i y 1. His Before postponing U.. i .i I : 'In a short time people will not be safe to walk %  bout This stab%  BntUUf < e was also on Kufus Alonza HIT iht> with a goot. Maud Mil—the Hinds—!• thai he Is Of age and I a. I ting nothing of to do a bit %  %  %  HI l-.idship postponed sen%  it ihc eout i could know iiv.,' %  II Itertce dat^ustmg. Sentence was at-o postponedon Seil-eil Trotman who pleadi'i guilt> of stealing as a servbetween I, 1951 and February 4. 1952. W. Borrow who ppeared on l>ehalf of Trolman. in asking the court to extend leniency, said that the employer o! the accused was not willing thai he should be dealt with harshly The accused was placed in a portion of trust end hb i had given him some of the things. Sentence was postponed So that Probation Ofllcer Walt-oil could nnd out more about Trotman. Tires Stolen His Lordship the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore also postn Hazel Nelson who pleaded guilty ol tires valued at SI 10 sometime twtween December 14. 1951 and January 2. 1952. Mr. I. Williams con Nelson told the Court that his client wai acting under lhe inolder boy. The a> On Pare 8 Dr. Manning Made P.M.O. Of St. Michael Dr. Charles Mannin B was •> %  f i UU ofl Parochial Medical (Mice* ..f J*t Michael r.v --' Michael Vestry Dr Manning who ha* previously acted as Paiochial Medical Officer during lhe illness of the late p i Mlcer Dr. Ralph King, '>f three applicants foi the post of Medical Officer The other two applicants wen Dr. D. A. Gale. HeOBea] P lhe QeeVanl Hoepttaj end Dr. P. O Header, Parochial Medical Officer of St. Peter. The other Parochial Mediva] Officer is Dr. E. W. Roberts, Mr, E. 1) Mottiej moved the %  Ol of Dr Manning and his motion eras lecorjaed by Mi. don, Mr. T. w. Milie. i inent of Dr Gale and his was Orannutn No .:.... % %  iritl %  : .. .. eventual!) appointed bv seven votes to six. The voting was don? by secret ballot. Qualiftcationa In moving the appointment of Dr. Manning, Mr. E. D Mottlev •fid that It was true that Dr Gale possessed outstanding qualifications and was familiar with modern methods, but Dr. Charles Manning had been acting Parochial Mtnii.,1 Officer for about 12 %  if ogn tn own mixing people, he knew that during that period he had given admirable and painstaking service. If Dr Manning were not an applicant, he would have had no hesitation In voting for Dr. Gale. He said he knew that on "caaions when otherODttld not be found to ad Mi the capacity of Pa oohla) Medical 1 A rr. l)i. Manning was ready willing, He hop d tint tli.-,. who could I i'i Hippo t Dr. Gale then would support him on another occasion %  /hub he believed would not be very distant as there was a OOrapulfOry retiring age. rather'* Service Mi J. W. Hewitt supported Mr. MotUey's motion and made menthe i* v.ctDr. ItannJngfg lather hud done for the community. Mr Miller who moved the Pixmitinviit of Dr. Gale, said that he had wrthlngj against Dr. Manning, but looking at it broadly D) i HVI lather was %  member i I the Vestry and had not only .served the parishioners as a member but also In the Legislative % %  i del not of c urse make him eligible, but besides that, he was very He felt that Dr. Manning would lave no gtouse whatever If he were not appointed and said he b Utved that Dr. GoLhad more time to spue f. r the Job as Parochial Medical Officer than Dr. I Hon. V. C Gale abstained from VcUng. 2ml Larture On Aeroplane I Inn. %  %  ton ol the larleg *hich will be given to members of the Barbados Light Acioplane : the public, tab %  I the British Council, Wnkedeld" at eight o'clock tonight. Tins lecture will also be illustrated by a film show The film to be shown is Part 2 of 'Why An Aeroplane Flies." Thi* deals v ith Defective Control, Stability ;-i.d Forces in Balance. Tbe first part of the him was shown to a large crowd last Tuesday night. Mr. Stanton Toppin will act a? lecturer. He will inswer queries. Mighli-ngalv //owe I xliuiliil W. K. COX H t 7" r Barbados \ <><• I l.s t7///Y.\/VAM that theri M. Justice J W. U C f .ene.y V 1 f, ,f 0,e,,h -' ,w,v 'V'-'V' who returned by the && tiolffU ',' tttv u Ul1 -ISA. on Sunday eita NO whn kn *" ^ h '"" '" '>'"• BarbuOnited Kingdom where he Ud ."" '" "• '! 1 *"bul """ been on -v nvwUW Itotldag "bout the Island whui. told thl Advocate that ifUn U ls ''•w 'ban 12 hours by plane absence "I 2U years, he was iromlhicago. %  truck and impressed by the "*' %  >"* >"' '' the island Were %  Odal revolution which had been better advertised in thOM* and cconiplished in England sligtillj "thei pai*ts of the USA and and unobtrutiyohj during %  oi DO othc. hanges ot auch far the people quite sure would CM inng eapeclaU] told alxiut it, he that many RUM %  ie hero for %  I the wtntei could have been accommonth: phshed vrluioul itrauung the Mr. Cox who i* 01 i *iety. and South Ameri.an |0Ui XondlUO n i continue to be interest of his linn. ealUn her* 0 many respects and the Ust week M H W I A. f i hops hu alleviation U noi >-, ui Jl: ., it „„ „,,.*'. holtdaj borqgt """ %  ^'. -< %  unuing hutoui He .... purtenu point to the IntensUVe. ltnir ^ bv hlM __ v „„., uon of toe hard coiuiltions. hut \£?!n E „, ,,J ,,,"„, .,,. the cnaracterist.c Kngl.sh pat"^JM St iSm waTaraV or. ie„,e and g.-K. humour will no Jf *£ ^^^S the naat" ,(T a v,,> been to Barbados, but than had ',, is T.II England" bo >* %  ". vei nl *"W '^wrieeta and thai all change*. ***** repseaeoUlives • I fail to oumirb the tvei leoo. 5 l "" ll wn '" %  r, l Tjns was hu first visit to the Islai d ai Throughout (he pOrtOd of his i"lpn*se.l by what he I stay m hngnuM ..it < mm r> when hi retanu borneand talks B a.o tnat the woild outlook hau about ran visit he knows it will itrei el) unscitiio aim eretta Intarofl among his Mend tin -nuations in Persia and and aseodates. Egypt in particular, caused the biiush Government cnuicss conFirms Advertisement cern and no solution was yet in Bnoiuung oi (ater|)illar's adverUgbt lUIng det>artment. he said that i i... Uht) ipend millions of dollars HI holiday advertising In papers an < i., mil aim was sorry when dne* throughout the gro n %  i in, realise ocdK* thai Iht) 11 did • months had pasjpli rsown. nassauneture i who) Lheaa pro Hi am thai i.e was aide K. rtU( ., s ,., HI | ( | (lll („ clvaXr ., ^.„ and associations wlii.a , jl|(f ,„,i of living and incldenUilhadI been inieuupted for a pel-iod y ^ditionnl wealth fo, all coun% %  .^i < ii ; He wi parti.ularly „„.. ,.,„.,. „. ni| || ul f> lt lu ,u %  nehanted b> ihe opporlumtv he used unl.iu" (Umpherc %  •' %  — ' ••"""•>" l~" k " !"• <" i ats of learning. iihuiK on sport he THE ELECTRIC COMPANY will orocl II nn Mu-hael. lluConipuny I In thfdr wttgji >tated that lluu'miiieiiients in Baxbau 'in.p..i tiu-ii prejgeHII Ctpgioltl %  rd the Companj to install M, l thgQ could not install the rcnta* mpanj errata that the position with ro.i..i semi tbt prgtsinl available rapac itv was inau got properly the total demand anr trterefortj had to call %  halt In gen er a l to new %  %  Mr, always* %  %  %  . I tupplj foi itreet light..... %  n\ > %  the pubit< %  the immediate instaU %  the 12 lamps. , With regard to the remalnlu !" ll nal space has been buo 2? lamp %  Nisniesujaii home iTofci m %  -...i.i i Bjdut t"i ii Hi. lldron, m Whan the Voaury wai inJorrri -.hewn The dollverj period with lhe coragdeglon of thi I i : aw i i gej i MJ llotuV %  %  %  • \ to pi lei pare a M ruu h %  itmuch it cost per capita to '•' "f suppiie%  infcsrmi If V uon t oth\. trial ind al" already idty ""' '"'^'"y '"n*ls. ot the present n rhaj were bopeful howevei that something would soon be done. Consideration of the Urtl deterred until %  I resentalixe WOUsd bt pi After lhe letter was road, Mi Mottlev suggested that %  Coanpan* |, Hi.it tree llu $1,000 Granted r'or He/mint on the raotleo ..t Mi Wh $i IJ(H) mot to old age peii-i'.ri. | thousand doll.n V.'*'\ ( '," .y/",,.y,""","" %  •'• | > been iseM rot such ropal dinu-ieii ol ihe light at in ... .-, _, „ , ,. n-ilm ll i.i ihoi Hi i M ^Mhinoiids said that t %  %  *-*j %  i from getting %  i .,„<,.., ni1 as lhe rainy season end ma svj should Inspect the !" ^",' WIN WITH SPAioiNG OVtR 70 YfcARS OF SPORT 8_G_SAL D IMC A B R 0 S ^l7T"0 1 %  that i which lu I itifTusion. c A Brathwalte %  %  %  MI ihe uld M CurbYourPile %  %  IVnsio,, I a !" „,.. oi luainieniinee OOOK oti ny this because these would repeat In Australia, the tahotl .:ned and bu>It successes which had bean tbetn h> do haevy work such aa that reduring the English tour, but tale quired In sugar cultivation.'• willed it o ther wi n He said that Caterpillar He said that he saw some machine* are not labour displac%  Pttndld ti>othnll when wat.hlng Ing machines The. supplement arns as Tottenhkin Hotlabour and do the heav> WOTSt %  purs, Arsenal. Muncheitir ( ii>-. which today Is more proJU.-ibl> Manchester United and Chelses. carried out with siachlrM II %  U lets %  H ployee Alt > Payne, %  .i .if the Bt Iniirmarv. bulled him This will be paid on thi n eipl ol the %  %  The Teatn d-id.- Mlu Manun Yard* ol Mall'. In the world. Land, Hank Hall Croa. Road, has Elortrtc Sale, and StTVaM .. . %  • feet. Two are Joined to. the dealer* in thin territory'. "l'''' r Mr. Cox I. familiar v The turkey K h.-.dthy and hu manufacture and la always In ood appetite lereated In Meini how that will be admired Pick & Pick and English Fancy Worsteds. In handsome shades of Fawn. Grey. Blue and Brown. f/iese are all new arrivals CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. I!. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET. ruse Bill I III SI Mm. NATIONAL BELLAS HESS Spring and Summer Catalog offers the newest styles for YOU and YOUR FAMILY —at the lowest prices anywhere join ihc Brill* tliopbr msil directl] color C.llcd National ii< :ia% HM < ualoa. Select In,in ihoundolilic Oeoeai strle. *nd hneii dome item* all priced si 1 Ameru-i Ever) iten ii r• I bceutilv*. pictuied ind desaibeJ Voui m you s/e nci pleated lOVt Timel Save moncyl >..<~a. J —n '1 %  HUN U Mill 1. IIISN ...M..1 li. i.i.n, KsassiGhrV.Ma %  I i.,,. 1 NATIONAL BELLAS HESS TUfSStSSSl Hubert**!'* Jams 111 1 Its Jjr llrmn.ill. So* Hlaik'-urrinl. lU^phrrr... \iu,,..t 1:1 ili uri.Mii 5§ — H KulMTtMin* Marmalade in 1 lb faeai i...l.l.-i Shred. HVOV -*hred. Si-ut-h Oroesfi *• — &f a i: %  i.i ftill .l'>iri| Jam 63 — 37 Kul-rlsun* (.liner M i'in.l..il r W — 91 lie 34c ntnra Veil Loaf per tin t>4e Deary l.e ( hee*e Nprrad per pkt. 3e rJrnl*! Irlni su*ar aer pat. 47r Apte I'ea Nut Butter . per Jar ilr I).-mnor Honelev. Ham* A lbs. tin Si e.< llrnmi.r Hmi.liII.m, ? ', lbs. tin S3 7S Sirifdlr* Sir wberrln.. Rjtpberrle*. C*errle* per tin 94c. Kee (irspc-,. mack V*' "n r Krjft Wham Pr tin 4Bc inihMn ran RIM



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PACJE Six IIARIUDOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. MARCH . 1162 CLASSIFIED ADS. Itur^HONE 2W Fa* kHrlha *J.r %  **e r HI I IB (111 I (.(rrnul • La.Una IM , | 1. rd Ml Mat kg*). 1.. %  „T I • %  AMD l W f %  .r.a %  •... 10"T"l -v ^.- Lorn, nun. bci .. % %  •. %  Mtl fdlKPlltM OUt %  bane, JaaMph. MrDwiaM. i ffwiM ..,:> i %  %  -SB • -.1 fcll ii.l idBiia-MrP .rue* e-idad %  Albeit" 'i itso\ ti I OK SAI1 AITOMOTIVE %  T.i.. in raid %  > % %  t*i*i.d Gora**. 4 3 M~In HM For l.i!ihr p. I A CllUc. 'JuQIOT ikee'e. Phono 1331 c o Bo* .u CAR KuMtn AM, i It.OM .ultra Man IM1 MorrU Minor mil*. A-l candlllan Toft Royal I ivtophotiv *Md %  : '2 4k Morrw • hp IBM Moo-! MM A..pl> "lK.fch. Kl: SI...1 l ft s si 3n FLECTKICAL Marie i Co riAsm-ioirr TIATTFIIIF*r and Retail TITV (.ARAt.r I II 1 S3 1 I n URMTDRE PI VIII V\l I S REAL ESTATE U\MII MorSE Brand ne. ample S baa w aawt bau. aU (onvfweM. with pulv aired llvlt-a room, ope a verandah. iiVf%  and oUUt/ room O.iage. taundn. 2 •TtaM ream* and %  totag* roam uivaei Un -ttraetiv*. nlttaMe Bo. Ruckle) New %  odd). A taiw< Co Lid Dial *4" CLXRK-A Lad C with a knowloif t'pcrHing. and a' Appl. h, ente and capability l I '... L-.. %  H ahnrwianfl AUCTION IVIltI UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER "", Ooll > Marrh tin at I'lr-totd BaraaM Va(im lira * %  '> Apply Bletter to Barrator' Pi Ida V 'roan himi further pirtkii ran li OMV l •* %  **•* %  i tm u .t SHIPPING NOTICES M..•! % %  M Al.AN B) NX UNI, STEKOA %  from Adelaide reb.ua* Ifttfe. Mal b aawBa February BHh. "jdne. Maich lh. B*u %  nMarcl ISih. ( rmii al Tilnldad lllft and BaiBidBi about \p.ll lllh In addilum to aBnaral rardo thla vaaaal >aa ampla >pa. lor rhillad and hard f|ul|B Nlfs. lana, La-aard and Windward AB*r. I'VDER TIIE SILVER HAMMER 0>r ..f Mi'Aan Vurl *.rn. KouM Tip-Twp DUlintl Taotr. VprulM CbaBra. v% food %  ••>• %  Chal Mlrd Mir boa id, Omantfnl TftBtra, t'pholr. Am Chair. Harkrra. Unit kn fkfabrwany cuoindlr lion RodaWoda and Brda. Mahofj DTMIU Table, ft W. Chaira. L*ro*r. Thrt* Bumrr OU fcovr. Good Cofft* Mill. Kl*h-n UUnalla. 01a Doora. Window* and Mnottm. FVrnt and Mhrr %  tAIAIMAN--ri Commlaalo tnialnaaa Opf>>>rtii"tl> \n trv a lilt raotd D-oniotlOn lor H|H'. ma. mill phot.' MM %  til tH I'.Tllllll I II J MI^CEIXANEOL'S Hovn ta ranlal. mum M U II In Mr NT r>imialird M John d.atrlct < I M| parliruUra lo J 3 %  .-*. TAniF Onr d'l.intT tab). T %  IfdJ WSM i. Horn mahogam | I •< BBBh 1 :"il ot SIC •tale 1 v HH-NHni M CO' MTAOI iin H*STIH rnah paid or mmnandiar latin Amaru, wanlrd alx> POULTRY MISCELLANEOUS ,. CAM 1 1 ft HOUDAV mm An 'i looklnu •MilWhavin• nmanblai vl dtdpK and filtan and to itirauaiiinf their action. You oan rely upon thai weU known diuretic and urinary antiaepac. Many thcajaaoda of trateful men and women harm testified to the good health they nave rega inert by taking Doan'i Pilh. 4 •' CACIiJVl WL will areaayl Carso and >m.M r / r. aeeaB* Cargo and Pa j — ra jira tor Naaaau and Bahama. Dale ol aaUlng lo M MOBBM f I BCHOONTJt ASBOCIATION lIMCi lonalcnM Ml No. MM SbuvtuJiip Qo. BW#BWh KidavPUIaBaP '/I WNrw TO.K r\-H-r FOOTBALL Sccfftanei of Clubs aiv Baked to collect lixtures for the 1952 B-A-F-A.. prason from the Honorary Secretary of the B A.F.A.. eitlin at the liBrbadoA r at the Barbado* Pres* (hib ituililniK N< Street. 4.3.52 In IB-PAT. NEWS FLASH n un'w . Cavalier Hand Painted Jugs FALCON WEAR Made in Englmd 4 PL Capacity — 1 Pt — $2.00 eaeh I'LASTIC BY THE VAItO In Beveral Colour* NOTICE tHI r\! l-ll Or 11 II I*-I*Q*I* r firm. den. .' re kindly aaaad to •inH to the iindafaignad It S FKASF*. FOR RF.Vr far HfMuitm ... Atirvrlisf in lltr I ill Of 4114PH.BS can fco Cured Tbtix a. JjMjMiuit of I arTrawawi igQBj •*-., t ;M F ihle, %  I that BT; ...i4yjM.ar.xk • r-in nd r, the irrfary w Malteaeonad'i.oi *,aft him BBOVt M. I will tell fo -it, %  % %  h %  , %  n g Bw4at one* -topi the ii.t. ,iS jBJioo uxf cleaia away inieiiial. teinal, %  Ht at BaVtflina: PUBB. H : %  i. je in whuh Man Zan ia Bold inaket. dug preparation to eaay and F B) :v Tjv i K WK 'HJiply. With f r -.cial BBplioBBMr >• naitally infhra ts f i uriww uVmoBt (JirrHiilttflM. R-.Teinbei lh> n.ime of thii feme jr pile trouble ManZan PILE REMEDY HOUSES 'ilTMFNT' Self ronMlned Ap.n %  -..n.of rn|i>.h faanui . v • Ai.pl\ XVZ Baibadoi Advo I'A i HA tlalhtM-ta, Bt Joaeph ApftlV I .• W.iUv WnWI, lllndtbur>;.*d. V Miehael MU-a MFTIFSFOnn -Mai Hi...I >' .11. : March. 3 lied ronvrairnrei Phone SlBl NOTICE THF PiirrM-hlnl Tr. Michael will be •'<—-.' rti ,Tlav. *tn M II l-lt(V II HtlRToN I .1 Tre>in Stop D yorrhea and Trench Mouth in 24 Hours ni.-Jiiit f..m. aara aaotuh. at jaoa* We want to buy STAMPS COI.I.H.TlttSS ami l>l>Ulh\TS TO l>> IWOf'VT FOK SPOT CASH at the CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY 3r Floor No. 10 Swan Street aVBAI AimCAB .uled Ilrt Pebruary arrlvra B do. ih March. IBM. \ MTAMCII aaua Blh March — amvea P do. IMh March, IBM. NEW irftl^ANS rTCKVICK %  B "I.IBBPVnXaf ititod IJth Fabruary \ STKAMKH aalla ITth Pebruar* arrive arrive. B'doa lt %  i'-n... MB I" 1 March. IM> %  MSB, tKl rAMADIAft rwRTRV aot TBBOt'ND Naaaa al -h. -.n. Balll.a Arm., Barkadai • • %  Al^-OA PLANTW ., -ALTOA prcAaua" %  "ALCOA I'lLCHIM A "*TF-AMDt A STI:AMF.II A sTEAMER lltli Februany Rlth Pebruarv l+tll K-.rvli Vrd ktarch lllh April Itt May Slat Tebruary IBS March MUl March lnd Afitil ?3rd April llth May Theae vc*arIt have limited paaaenger ccnmmodallon. KOBEKT TUdM LTD. — NEW TO AND GULF -nun %  iPFl V-— DA rOBTA • rO I-TD—CANADIAN aTKBTfCW NOTICE .AftuscV. I -vrnluallT .,1Lfl 1.1 • SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SERVICE Ennri St. John and Halifax. N.S. CIIAJfl-Iw'olCMoNI) KNIdllT iv.. I N < .Tirr IS IIFIUFBV C.IVPN Ih-H B U per. %  on. havml an> dcUl Or Claim. Bgaimt Ihe rotate ol Charlea Ormond Knlghl. ileceaard. late of Roach*. Plantation In I Ihe i-n.h ot Balm Lnrs in thlUland i S io died on Ihe ITth day ..I teplemher ill. I.I..1..I. n pi.rtlriiUri of theit rlalina BUI* otlcalcd to thr underaiaried IIMA MILLICrNT KNIOIIT r.. Me.tr. CaTilnatnn A Bealv. x-.l-.tm. Lutai W.ecl. R-. .or before the Blh day ol May IBM. afl^. uhlch date I ahall pcoee^ '" diatrlbirt* Ihe aiaeta of tlie dereiied among thf portlra entitled thereto bavin* ie-rd aati. m uu-h cbilma of uliKh t .hall then lottc* and I will not be liable tor the aaact* or an* part I hereof ao dlaIrib.Had lo ,ri perann n| whoar debt of tin lot I "hull nof then h**> had nntlee AND all p* !" *"" li'debii-d to Ihe aald eotata ar* reqiieated to willr Ibafl •<• dabUBtiBBl without 1! llnlc-1 Ihl. 3rd da* of M-i h IBftJ Il.iTA Mn-t.fCtTNT KNIOUT Un.>IIHed Adminlatralrta ol the blatc liar* lpread u.roucnotit the world ao mat now acienli.I. aay Ihat four out of •"i"**J_ 0 W %  ajid.' MB akaaa wBtaaad LroraM S .. i vr LaaaEai |a*TnBB aaa % %  %  aafi I :, % %  ,.' UaK M MM aBBBBl IwBawal. II at and heart troable Kww Discovr> Sovaf T-arh Awoao Uja dlacertrir of ar. Amerkati a iVgutrk "'' PB*t !" ta* rtt'i't i "'• li| tlie Tery Bnl day. qulrat> lakta IhB aoreotaa out ot you* mouth, and -on V 11,1'pa Ule leMh The folio, laBMI [, m Mr W W II •hooa (hT*-ull hal • maaon i" I't I "UTerrd liipaTreach Mguu. atii" Pyoiihra lor ten >'•'* MI r. !" a -ere ^ie anil ol-edma .M I hai %  -Hi. whib. aavcraf otbar taaHB l,. (1 i.r all the lliae. I I.I'd IT n a. cat Awaaa* ro/ ai %  daea aan lb I' a.v laoar i"t" ". anirh II*: Tanvn.< „. ao r-lafli Of empty parkafe j —1,11 on oatiig vein la.th •" .Trring the danarri ir d brail Iroublr Oel Amosan Tor Pyorrhci. Tr-Pch Maulh CM hoiiraali'. .. a araafca I taaBd ihal % %  WIt.rOWl %  SfNDTAI. SUN RAY \ Vawafl : AUCTION SALE TO-DAY at Ralph A. Beard & Co. I niii' (in ilium stock, ni'w and second hand NO KESKKVE PRICES MUST BE SOLO &f John >l. Bladon A. i'u. awl -I Fel. II Mairli JT Match lapertad Arrli Hate.. NridtM.i. I'd March m March 3 April 11 April IMTID KINGDOM MIIIIM FROM SWANSEA. LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW %  U.b.4.. UNITED KINGDOM AND CONT1NENTAI. SERVICE Aajcttaa alarbi m Aurlioneers II a.m.— Kefreilwiifnls Avniluble aaaab I PLANTATIONS LIMIT ED — Phone 47as —'-' iioooe.uaniinnaiii AT CENTRAL EMPORIUM (C.rn.r Broad 4 Tador Simla) You will And • line auortmenl ol •; I lltl'IMI US' nuns r Bu> TO-DAY or pav ,,,.,i. TO-MOKROH I 1 1 %  %  . %  •eeeeee f iaeeieeee.te SEE Om BE.XVTIFI'L PATTERXS OF CONGOLEUM in Squares and by the Yard O-CEDAR POLISH Shop r4mifiiifiillfi GENERAL HARDWARE RICKETT STREET (Opposite Po-tt Office) •,+,:•.'.•.:•,:*.***,*. lt\IU.\l\S Ihvff rvpvl 1 oinpi-titinn „ n ej i:\fKfTMO\.\M. VALtJBS A1C. P lb. 72c. Per lb. 72C. each 30c. each many itlll SS LOOKS I.KXTV "Ol SIIIOI II A LMPT nan. WAN.CV i.oons NM I.enu Veabt 2 foe Silk. | It Silk 4 for SI 00 Striped lmini.il. ft Rfl Quality ..... ? • Suit Caaea 2 H np Plain Irwptral* %  'in Imb AiutUlae 1 M KruU Hull ..Ml? lii.on "-hi.ru BBC. IliifiUrtr fl t 1 lowered Spun Hfr Hois i4|i< -.innit. at •rare, and Several I'aeful \ ( %  -..lllll. 1* >c real reduction*' Cine-, at Special KrdurwaMaTBwaafal >l '" HunLI 1. i s t* 411 ear li BBBwB. .......,..,...,._.,,_ 'yee*aaaaa> B.XHK.UXS al G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTD *.* • .^^^^*e*-<.*^,eV*^Vay*,dve,e,e A ^^ TIIAM ItltOS HF.NRY STREET ,* f *,*.*.;;*,* e *,',*.' t i's*S.'Ss:*, THE HOUSE OF BARGAINS %  'V>'AV.V / VAV> ,V,V.',V.-/-V,'.VAV/,'-*.'/ MM1' 1 V"MAGI" HEALING OIL is Rood value. Use it for coughs, colds, colic and diarr%  Wwwa and externally fur cuts and bruises, s p r a in s and Good (or your stock and poultry too. TRIPLE VALUE IN ONE BOTTLE THATS "MAGI" HEALING OIL -STOtM • iTMOt IT -I'.r'



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;> ISM TUESDAY. MA H > 1952 J'CA COMMUNISTS UNMASKED HUM VH'I'OIIV T. U. Cm L eaders Asked To Resign (Fro Cheaper Houses Considered ;.. .. Our Own Cormpondrnl) KINGSTON. Jca. M.rch 3. Churned with ctcMing. a secret Marxist Communist group HIP Peoples National Parly with the aim to overthrow its leadership, take control and overthrow the social in ol Jamaica. T.U.C. President Ken Hill. Mayor of nd Vice-President of the P.N.P' his r.jnK Hill. P N.P Executive Assistant md f:*., iral Secretary of T.U.C, Richard Hart. P.N.P. Executive!"ion Iran many uu.nu ol nd Is'Vice-President of T.U.C, Secretary of the Caribbean'""' " <"> "' "<• •>• ">t Labour Congress and Arthur Henrv P.N.P Executive and i," *" '""f ** '""i ln FinancialS.cret.ry of T.U.C wore requested to ..„ then ^? woode^w^w. m :np in the party or face expulsion at the end of a! fabricated *\t*A window J*dal party probe Sunday Bridgetown Housing Boi under consideration pm %  % %  •. round that the tour H's 91* popularly known h-d d against the structure lalhM aims of P N.P and tha surety and national aim* of citizens of Jamaica under rattOB of Dr. David LewLs. doctor and member of the %  %  mtnanlst party who vi.ited Jamaica between 1946 and 1948 and assisted In the formation rxisl group. Four other members of T.U.C. I were only asked to reI positions with the party their membership and %  ign a written declaration of apology and the renewal of their pledge to abide with the policies DC I'.N.P. failing which they will be asked to resign or face expulsion also. Refuse lo Resign All persons concerned have refused to resign and as a result the .-juncil party meeting BWMlaj to receive and approve the tribunal's report immediate! v dissolved the P.N.P. Eaecutive ;>nd authorised party leader Manley to appoint a special earetak> Hurricane Hits Texas CHICAGO. Ha Hurricane force winds up 10 80 miles per hour hll Fort Worth. Texas today as a giant storm progressed eastward dragging blast of cool air behind it. The Weather Bureau said there was an unconfirmed report tornado near the city but a highway patrol was unable t<> tlnd any evidence of one. Fort Worth however suffered some damage from downed power lines and broken plate glass windows. The stor lered m northeast Texas and south, eastern Oklaham-i tretched aU the way to the Atlantic seaboard. Thunderstorms and heavy rains piecoded the north-eastward advance of the huge front. Far to the north the storm took the form of snow. The Weather Bureau said the blow would develop into a "real 1 tem winder* as It picked up [speed In the Atlantic. Jamestown, North Dakota, reported six below Hi that tin windows reduced nnoasJ to preindows. i however of the opinion costs of the wooden and doors could ba f tiic Board had at their simple mechanical Committee to direct party affairs '"" Fahrenheit at midnight, until | special general meeting! Ahead of the big front New was called to deal with the refusal England was held tight in thi to resign, expell all eight members '*7 l P of tle co| d weather Coneoncerned. elect a new Executive i t,nue / 1 ro,rt '" ,hc HreB 'ailed to and officers and decide the future ma p rtent In the heavy snowrelationship between P.NJV and ( *I orm whlch announced the arT.U.C. \ rinl <* March Saturday A*> The dcefaaon ..r u„ Trtbunal hs ,muc P inches wore reported split the P.NJ>. right through thai mp loc,li **middle as between right .nd left I -^—^___ —I'.P wing, and party members navel %  begun to threaten violent, ngainst each other while leftwtn;. members of the | pre-s who they allege engineered the split. tools, such ss a band saw, a con.ret,, mixer and a stone saw. %  it pointed out that if the em uon of thhouses was to be continued, such tools should bat obtained, and moved that the Board snould give consideration 10 purchasing such tools as he std mentioned. During debute on Uie matter. Mr. M. E. Cox expressed the '.lew nisi if prefabricated steel windows were imported, it would result in reducing employment There -r. two aspects of the mutter which should be considered. The first was whether in the race of employment they should import tho steel windows and reduce employment, and secondly whether the proposed change would be more econom;1 cal. Hon. F. C. Hulaon said it should 1 f borne in mind that they I wanted lo cheapen the cost of i erection U much as possible -o that more houses might lx> built. He thought that the cost would be cheapened if they hid a few mechanical tools. He was very much in favour of protecting labour, and added thai reduction in coats would not necessarily reduction of employn.r report of the Committee nude startling disehiaurrs such as the formilfon and iralnlni of a group of \ nini.' men to be (oRimuniiU who were reqalred to swear by a gun and O Montefiore Fountain by wit 11 ii PHILLIPS OPPOSITE the Public unist piri> nunifotoa t,Library and just besides the "vmiirowsn-Mr b? an> means; Water Works building, there IV i II I t>ll> rlah '.ii. iai I . _. —' | is an open triangular space consisting of a few strips o( I lawn. And in the middle ol these strips of lawn there stands a Monument. Despite its conspicuous position and the vivid colours in which it The lumiu *hich Jamaic. gent is hlch available even force. i %  ftl %  >i Ken Hill Inn w dou • On Pag3 Church ftehind Iron Curtain is painted it seem lo attract little attention from passerv by. Everybody sees it. ami CHICAGO. March la Pastor Martin Niemoller famed German Evangelical Lutheran said last night that he came m) tiom his recent trip to yet nobody sees it. Very few cTiZ, !" nvt "L od ^STJ, %  iP e P'e know its name, and liYTSn Curtis hriM bPfUnd I f^wer st.ll know how and why KiemoiUr defended his trip to il -'ame to be erected. 1 It is the MONTEFIORE -..mst crlUcs who feared he may have fallen a victim to Russian propaganda. He said he trip on tho invitation of the patriarch of Moscow. Niemoller said he assured the Russians that "there Is not a alaglc r-iillionaire in the U.S. who would not give up the last penny of lus fortune if it would prevent world war. "But by like token I must go %  m and tell you that I found not a single Russian who world war", he said. —I'.P. MONUMENT or more com monly the MONTEKIORE FOUNTAIN. It wasn't always that the Moim meat stood in the triangular naac opposite ihe Carnegie LUraiv. Originally, it was in Beck* Place—Uie more popular num. ._ the Lower Green — at the western end of Btoad Street. It wa. 1 surrounded by iron railings. For 75 years it stood in the Lower Green — as conspicuous then as now. and as much ignored then as now Then in June 1939. it was moved to its present position The Monument was presented to the City of Bridgetown by Mr. John Montefiore. I This gentleman. of Jewish stock, was a wealthy mc.ch,o;t oJ oid owner of Neils Plantation in St. Michael. also a relative of the Jewish bankJames Mont ef ion received his knighthood from (Jueen Victoria m 1840—the first member of his race to be so honoured. This reminds us of the (act that lo: .so long ago. the Jew* in this si md formed n powerful mThey owned business-p taking up nearly the whole length of what is now Swan Street, foi this reason, this street was at on time known a* Jews' Street. In Magazine Lane, there -ttll stands the Jewish Synagogue The Montefiore Monument was erected in 1964. no' only as a monument to the donor, and in the IT.' rnprv of the long established • On Page 3 IKE TO /ASPECT TURKS' TR(X)PS PARIS. March 3. General Eisennc.wer left bv plane to-dav for Ankara for a quick look at Turkey'* M tough battle-trained divl si.ms the largest f..ree u ilhm n. North Atlantic Command r rom Turkey. Blllllbowi Vlfred H. Crucnthn Mil IU i., Athens t„ inspect %  ei tan divuuona. Th.-\ also will stop off in I tali •, with United States A mural Robert Cai %  I i hower's Ueputv m ihenu iiefo,, returnini to I'.m. I i 10:1, lire the nembars .>f • %  / dande Pad and their forces Truman Asks For Quick Ratification WASHINGTON. March 3 Truman asked demon I s Tuesday to ..btsinq,., ratification of the Japanese Peace Treatv. Senator Kins; M, fg, 1 said the Chief Executive tol.t Ihe legislative leader at a weekly he fenred fatHlnathm delay would be "mlsundcrslood m 'be Far BastHe said he told Truman he will rtKcuas the treat* at once with tin C halrman of the Foreign ltelutlms Commiltec and "1 hope to bring ,: up for consideration at nn earl* date" —V.P. result ment. H< Infnrmaa the Hoard thai there were available locally some lools which he had metinoncd. and On tininfonnatiop tha Board instructed the Manager-Secretary to Investigate the rnssinllltv of Obtaining such tools, Frri the assKtrnce of Hon. Mi Hut son A Pageant OfB'dos Rhee Wishes To Extend Mutual Security Pact WASHINGTON. March I li Svngnim Bhet, South Korean Presnd ti! i> ,n. %  „ %  ., and New Zealand to extend their Mutual Security Treaty to cover nil niiCommuntslcouuti i.i .i copvrit'i/, ( iBk re* i with the United States N. World Report, an independent weekly news maga/me. Rhee sain MCh .i treaty should include provision that all .t. member* must come lo the immediate victim of iiggpssslon. —r.p. isve m.t rvl bean Stted .. raaenttower's overall mllltarv Qinmajsg. I ll the nr*t %  r ., weaten ii addition to Greek and ill ad Mrengni n 'he include s Sixth ]•!,-. %  (he hi.-., I 'Mediterranean Fleet, the Freiwh tan Fleels and a rtrini iCSjn sir base-. i,l..• Middle and Far East %  id outflo. .. aasanhower'i cor.tlIghtal fores Bui if Russian athius plungtd into Western Km ,>e while Ihe Allies retained nUea thtmsvlves would be OUUIankvd an>l %  .objected to COO. tinii.,1 poundnt| from U i —u.t". Train Derails SINGAPORE. Mai rha worst tiuin derailment occurred Monday morning when %  . J ^ >a paasetiger train from Oei "iKierstands that |Neglmblln. %  state i„ Mentaka s shornv ? ^"""TMin Paang was blown up t tsWrOTthe Ha, }Zu r" .i '*'' : •* '""'' ,r,mi Nl '^'' nil take the form or the purpose of the Pageant nodel of Barbados, held in place like a Jig-saw puzzle and showing the boundaries of the parishe. :,ml the natural physical features of the island, has been prepared by Mr. K. n. Broodhagen. the well-known I artist. Tbi and 15 passengers were injured WO if an nour gftae the derailment a police escort fought oS about 40 terrorists who attacked ;iiin tuoceedad In preventtni ihem fi'im liMittng train — v.r I.C.W.I. C-l,'brat-s 2nd ViiniviTsurv KINGSTON. JVa. Mar I i '.;,. %  CoUojJi ol ih< 1 %  In vesleiday c< l obr a h I lourtu] i %  fenaan y th i> of the Ingtal* I'rtncew. Alice .. cellar. In an asUrtjaa Ina l*nneeas 'UvUred that a University shoukl aim at producing nun.]. Keen. practical and realist it ban aural laiogs and a (he same time < L,|I V ,:. ,i attitude t.f nveient. eternal thinga. Earl of MI. i-iir. Sir Rai mand Priently. Chaa. Kitmingham University. Mi* Ai.ei Smith, granddaughtei ol Altee were present Also MB undergraduate student from all parta ol the West indie* rti'u al-o presented a Kitt ,f took* from g.,. | M II i r Uaaa Ubnrj -NIX>N, M I Knieigi Sicti't.iv Ant hoi >> %  Mondaq i litla. but ment iU,)]..i, .I'II i..|.t :'ou(ht ti in•pattmant. —1).|*. of the show was eon, celved by Mr. Kenneth C. Pile. a member of the Barbados Contingent now m Jamaica, and the! historical narrative to unfold the story of the Pageant has been' written by Mr. F. A. lloyos of the Lodge School. The script. hlch is in three ports, describes' several of the Island's places of interest, gives a snort account. of Its main Industries, and supS iles short commentaries on smous figures In Barbados Mall as Christopher CodBishop Coleridge. SamIt man Preseod. Conrad and John Redman i.(in HAS i oi n KIIIS tory %  ingtor uel J Reeve* Rove II PLANE CRASH KILLS 38 NICE, March 3 Thirty-eight people wer. kill. | when .. foui englned Air Franc. plane crashed in flames In an olive %  rOTa 9 mil' from here today. The plant, a Languedoc, was bej heved to have collided with a btg flight of birds damaging Its pro' pcllers. Among the dead were two wellknown French actresses. 4l-.i-.i<>.d Michaele Verly and 25-ycarOld Use Topart and Harriet tobv. dancing star of the American Maiquls De Cuevas ballet company. The airliner was on a routine flight from Nice to Paris with 34 passengers and n crew of four Five minutes aftr taking off the 1.1lot tried to turn back lo the airport but the plane lost height, skimmed the rooftops and plummetted into the %  -reels. One woman passenger with her clothes in fames broke her way out of the burning wreckage But she died on the way to ihe hospital. Hours after the crash only six charred bodies bad been Identified. Only clue authorities had anM. on the passenger list and the ad LJBBJBfft/ —TIT 1 i.i •'iJ-tr m >ran . M J *W II VJB J *-* #i gT, g; a J gfx^ EVB. ii black *ot osrned by Mr* Lean Oool D g of B*nk 11.11 Croftoad, gsvr birth to four kidon Sunday morning This U Eva's third litter On tin; first occasion lie. gsv blrtfe to thr kids and en tha second two Tlir Aiivoct %  was told that ll ai umi-ual for a goal to bav tour aidThry generaUy have on' or two aad an saais occaslonH tarae. Thr hlghr.t amount of Milk Ev* has lion per day is thirteen l^nts. A nglo-Egyptian Talks Halted CAIRO. March 3, Anylo-Egyptian negotiations over the Suez Canal Zoni ;ind the Sudan lely to-day while Vi new Premier studicl up on tlusituation Premier Naguib El Hllay Pasha „ , %  verthelesi nnnoun.eo withdrawal of British force* drosses 'thepassenger, g-vr when I thai he would like to Imitate hli rrom the CanM Zone and IB they hooked for the flight. -E'.r. i.redeceseors and wool-. ,, Sud 1 an w h ****} %  „ „, „ Ha also announced that Farouk led a royal decree suspending Parliament for one mon'n. Ah Ma her P;isha resigned I %  on Saturday afu-i rjng to Issue a similar decree. tftUa '•NoComimMil'" From Palace About Queen LONDON. March 3 Buckingham Palace gave a mm11 cimittal *9J0 comment" • 'l-ortslhat gueen Elisabeth Is • t U g to have another baby The Palaee always refuses lot • oniroeol on the Royal Family's private afl More and more Britons however t--heved there might be truth in the reports which started short Iv after the death Oeorga vi. .„„, lvhl frken into the pipers In guarded asngaji A numbei of Sunday papers ksfl %  readaji with the impression 'halt Ihe Coronal.oM srhkh Elirsl*th was known to hope could had been postponed r>. ause she was cither already ex-• ting or pl.inned to have an-' -ibl* Iteforc the iowning. tbOfltatlve wiiirce ssld It' %  ibeUt wanted evi ral more child-1 .'.-ill not i-e held 1953 &CaMOmtc hxfterts Arrive In Jca KINGSTON, i. March 3 six of ti porta whoi rrj out .< ftnancUl and I ""in Ml • I o and development II ived in .laman | . the tli nan aiTlved, tha pi %  return Thay )anunad tha %  inUI tha firemen turned hoses onj. than to elaav a \>AU U) tl i exll'l%  vone outside the; HJlldUUJ COttld see tl • i i •• < %  Thd nnginal .nitlienc doubled by the time the showing %  sumed. —U.P. I'M itda il \ % %  • %  • %  Stone Of Scone Back To Slay i %  1 % %  .1 >,, int., ., |,.ti .,., %  ,.! %  I %  •lists i, was eonstiited and arhei %  I was back only ( %  i. %  .in. F'.tt. — I I* %  H dpraarad ' %  of the %  National ... i "neutial gnmnd" but kg %  u >l to takd part m i ying alBU for a t r Talks May Lead To Now World Sugar Part Xgrcnnonl Signed PBatTR, Australt... M •\iii*lo-|r.iin .r i I U m oi ., i M DQQ .,i,., ,\ r i tie was officially klgni lay. The agreement go>> i I 'i Thurwlftv fa %  II" HABJU i .\ be was tha only wowahoea Brlggi laapad rum He stay. • hours unt. Kearney arrived and —I'.P. • rm Oiir Own i %  ••rMvonOtmH LONDN Discussion* wt Up ..: %  %  I %  %  %  %  1 ; ili|>iiio Speikef \ iwilw I'.S. Houoe i %  %  %  be host at I>emoJohn MrFloor %  % %  % %  %  —IP. Htttliani ViKisttl lo Tstke V Reel %  ,'i" uefn ruing Jamboree Tumi ......-!..,'< f.|. — / inlirld For Questioning %  %  %  %  t %  i r t %  %  i %  : —I'.P. it ///


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PAGF. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TTT^DAV MVRril I 1952 Qahib Qallinq \TISCQUHT % K.*>V.O Vis. MAKCHWOOn. riscountcas March wood wire amonr. (hi* passenger* arriving here on Bundaj bo the S-S. Gotfto for a holiil.tv II. were aosompanied by Mjs* N. M Lodge and will be .tsvinji jt the Mill Re*f Club. St Jamep until the Golflto returns here on itway bacVfb the Unl.ed Kinirrt< Financial Secretary —St. Lucia C OL. A. G. TUBB of England came out on *he Colflto which arrived here on Sunday to take Up an appointment a* Financial Secretary of St. Lucia. Ha la staying at the Marine Hotel and expects to leave by B.W.I.A. tb< afternoon. Pnoc to comma; out U West indie*. Col. Tubb was u the Treasury in TU0U Borneo. During the war. he held an i* portant financial poet in II Occupied Enemy Territorv A1 ministration the M i'i-h M1M..1 Administration in th.Mlddb Ban and UV Allti %  .< %  Government m Ninth AMci Sicily and Italy. Mrs. Tubb who i in Spain at 'he moment ii expected to join him shortly. Covtfrinc Cruise VflR IAN GALK. A ting Editor 1*1 ol the Barbados, Advocate. |afi the island on board the Yaeh'. Ovoo>-*or St. Vincent on Sunday tiOarnoon. He U covering %  he CVibbesui Cruise which started In Barbados on Friday and wiUaod in English Harbour. Antigua, on March 18. Mr. Gale boarded the Or.-grm early on Sunday morning and assisted Mr. Hal Cole. Uk in getting her ship shape. During the morning Oregon was equipped with wireless apparatus. SaUing on Oregon were H..I Cole. George Stoutc. Leonard Archer and Gerald Nicbolls. Mr. Oale is expected to join anothei yacht at St. Vincent. Two other yachts Which .ire also taking part in the cruise. MoIIthaufc and Maria Carhamm, left Barbados earlier in the week. The cruise is arranged by the Society c.f_ Friends of English Harbour, sponsored by Cruising Club of the United Kingdom. First Via* 1JAYING their first visit to the I w. %  • u.-u.... Mi %  '. 1 MM H G Bonnshe and their dausjh. %  > from England. They arrived on Sunday by the Colflto and will be remaining for a month staying with Capt F R.C M!m of "Little Battsleys". St. Peter Mr Bannalle Is an Underwriter at Lloyd's On Business JN BARBADOS on a short busiaaV 1-7.. • %  Sl-k To Join Her Husband M BS i ed from England on Sunday b> the Golfi 10 ii> Join he who i A of Messrs Win U < Mr. Oefa about MX months ago and Is stayIng at the St. LawMnci Hotel expert* m take a flat at Maxwell shortly To Study Nursing M I^S CICELY PETERS or St. I here on Friday night and was staving with Nir M Haynes of Bank Hall. 1< ft Of) Sunday night by thr < %  mb.r %  r 1 04 (0 stUthj nursing at St George's Hospital. Hie dftlighter of nial Trea' and a cousin of Mr Clifton While of Itritlon's liill. After rive Weeks M R. J R BROOKE. Managing Director of Preston Brooke -nn Co. Ltd. England, returned home on Sunday night by the ( otombtr alter paying a five-week rlail 10 the West Indies He wn flccompanifd by his wife and son During their stay in Barbados they were guests of the fclangS) Hotel and Club Poinclana To SeftJe Here C APT. R N budos last year on a temporary visit, has now returned with the intention of remaining. He arrived on Sunday from England by the Colflto and is stay ing at Searles Plantation -ister Mr* D Bethel!. Musical Guessing Competition T HE Police Band played to n "full house" last Fn.I., t n h! li: T W £* n lhrv %  %  "Gu*** ARRIVING from tn1 nle competition An omui/\ Ing medley of well known tune were blended together to form t non--top selection lasting ten minutes. The audience were invited b rapt Raison to compete with t l h other In naming Sic most T rU!Ki M n tunes, the WlnO being awarded Li? "l J*u a bottle of Coddard s Gold Bran" v *•" hor1 'Hulnew visit. Rum. The list of competitor**, C*. I r V LI I*J with their respective scores were' For UK Holiday as follows.— \f ss N FERGUSSON. aunt of Mrs Clifford Jack (Marine • i ~* Dr. M J Copeland, arrived Hotel) Winner with 19 points We on Sunday morning by M He<-teugne 16: Thelmn ll w.I.A from Grenada and left Year wood IS; Adams Mann 15; %  u " 'he evening by the CoiMr>. Trevor Ross (Ocean View) -saw* f or England where she 15: Annabelle Ashworth 14; MiMiitin Hen* (Roya) Ho%  1 Hi Hodgms (Windsor Hotel) 14; Jacqueline Evans 13; Mrs. MaeMiU 0 (Oosan View) t Taylor 13; K Hunte II; • Atkuu 11; Mrs. C. L. Gibbs 10: Lisle Innls 7, Mar• %  Einstein 3. It will interest patrons of the "Rocks" to note that at next Friday night's Concert, the Drums. fifes and Buglers of the Barbados Regt. will be giving a display of marching and counter-marching visit Is Mr Ian Birkmvre, from Gourork. Glasgow and a Director or the Gourock Rope w or* Co. Ltd He arrived on (i HRtr.no. no-rv Sjn<1 ay by the OalflU accompanftefcimr 1 1 Nursing and Dietetics EAVING by the SS CoianMe ,-,fe. <"" Sunday night for the ith hi5 n led Kingdom to study nursing %  id dietetics at Bedford General Miss Rosalind Farmer %  UKhter of Mr W A Farmer, ladmnster of the Lodge School id Mis Farmer. On Short Visit Trinidad on Sunday he the S.S. Colombte were Mr. and Mrs. Anthon,ft.imv* who are staying at the \ouatic Club. Aaslstant General Manager of Marketing Co. In on* Off To The U. K. M R. P R WARNER of the; Toreign Service Staff of MtBjsn Cable and Wireless, left i u'nmbie for the United Kingdom where he will spend about two months' holiday. He was accompanied by his wire and their little Mr Warner ha* been working in Barbad. %  for yeexs and this is his first visit back home since he rime out. For U.K. Course S ISTER CAMILLA GODDARD o* the Convalescent Home in San Fernando. Trinidad. w intransit on Sunday by the Colombie on her way to England to take a course in orthopaedic neotherapy. VP$£TS70flMat? ^H£AMCH£7D0? Alka-Seltzer c/tec6s 6 for you Upset Stomach and Headache often strike at the same time yet each must be relieved in a different way. That's why millions rely on Alka-Seltzer ... it works two ways *( once.' Alkaline ingredients settle your stomach, while one of the world's aaoat effective pain-relievers soothes away your Headache. Alka-Selt*er is so easy to take and has such a pleasant taste, but, best of all. it makes you feet berrer /aifer.' Get Alka-SclUer today.' Fw lUa-SiniirlwIps Lit it bahIN tss b 1MB] Bsick from U.K. M M St. Andrew. In April of Ihe same year, owing ta> the vacancy Hmiiur through the death of her father. Mrs. Bourne entered the Byi'-Electlons. She was successful. Mrs. Bourne was married on the 0th April 1944 while she was a teacher ut St. Andrew's Church Girls'. Her husband is also a teacher on the staff or the St. Andrew's Church Boys'. Out of interest for the youth of the parish, Mrs. Bourne formed thr BelleplHlne Ptogresslve Club where girls were Instructed in niokory. cmtiiotdorv. desserts and confectionery making. The boys also shared in the racilitlcs offered at this club. They mot In the afternoons to play games. In St. Andrew telephones and electricity Bre installed only In Government and Parochial InstiCROSSWORD • 4 1 || If %  • 1 in !" RS. DON Summit, St John and wife of Mr. Simpson of D. M. Simpson. Consultant Engineers, returned rrom England on Sunday by the Hoad^'on^Yhe fjolnto -\ CQJ. Mrs. Simpson left here last yc;ir with her son Peter whom she has put to school in England. Will Spend Three Months M R. R. L. KUNA, Manager of the British Bata Shoe Co. In st Lucia, left on Sunday by the tv>HMnb)e for England where he 1 has gone on a three months' business visit. He was accompanied by his little daughter Mary. Mr. Kunn arrived here about a I week ago and was staying at ('acrnbank Hotel Returning Home M ISS OWEN HUTCHINGS Balmoral Gay. Hastings, who IMS been living in Barbados foi 1 some years, left by the S.S. liolfllo vesterday for Trinidad will take steamship* opportunity for New York before returning to England. port the exhibition. "Exhibits" jtc ,,. be J ^ nl in on Mondsy. March 10 and Tuesday. March 11. A Son |JORN_ to Mr. and Mrs. UK tsmpis wo. J ies -oil mua i> I ', in II 131 a 9M M. %  (SI ,'.,,. .i'.rt maf i it* mai Imruttt riot Dal B.B.C. Radio Programme 4 SO Th Ni 10 p m Th nally Vrvlcr. llSpm. Maichln# and W1uit>S. 4i p m BMnprlnl at UM I' m. ft* pm ContDotr ol lh* wMi. ft 1* 111Budsrt Talk, tnpm Tak it I irmi HWf. IN pm Pfaon*l PonroK 1 k II p m Wrlih Kkfuin*. IU p m 1mirt> Hot 1 nil Up and Proaramm* Paiadr 1 p m Tha KIWI. T.10 p m H*w. Analviia. T IS p m Rrndeivnui 1 4S—1 SB am. AS II II a B II S Ruptu •• saeasd by lw has said. "1 lovf 1 (nee. I .'o *ith I tould tsptora %  hr wood iih you. promiaed Mummy I'd go io.n tor bc>. I'.' 1 rry !"•• • can S-Bill prom*. i look mi bl 1. m ind Rupri f>ial dftfW: Hl'IlH.I IDWN —III.I ?310 1>Sa> A I. "<"-IM a a %  pm .i>,f. ( .to..-1 Una*..: "GIRL ON JONES BEACH avH BfAGAN g, TEA FOR TWO Ta

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TUESDAY. MA H > 1952
.
J'CA COMMUNISTS UNMASKED
HUM VH'I'OIIV
T. U. Cm L eaders
Asked To Resign
(Fro
Cheaper
Houses
Considered
;.. ..
Our Own Cormpondrnl)
KINGSTON. Jca. M.rch 3.
Churned with ctcMing. a secret Marxist Communist group
Hip Peoples National Parly with the aim to over-
throw its leadership, take control and overthrow the social
in ol Jamaica. T.U.C. President Ken Hill. Mayor of
nd Vice-President of the P.N.P' his
r.jnK Hill. P N.P Executive Assistant md f:*.,
iral Secretary of T.U.C, Richard Hart. P.N.P. Executive!"ion Iran many uu.nu ol
nd Is'Vice-President of T.U.C, Secretary of the Caribbean'""' " <"> "' "< > ">t
Labour Congress and Arthur Henrv P.N.P Executive and i," *" '""f ** '""i ln
FinancialS.cret.ry of T.U.C wore requested to .. then ^? woode^w^w.m
:np in the party or face expulsion at the end of a! fabricated *\t*A window
J*dal party probe Sunday
Bridgetown Housing Boi
under consideration pm-
and .il i meeting ycster-
discussed a Report bv
Hon. r. C HuUoii In conneetlon
with the matter.
Mi llut-n m hi- report lUUd
-that he had considered the ques-
T'.unal headed by party
leader Norman Mauley. ij.C. with
First Vicc-Presi-
uent I'.N.P.. Vrrnon Aru*lt. Gen-
eral Secretary P.N.P.. and Rev
R 11 Hatter. Executive P.N.P. a>
'. round that the tour H's
91* popularly known h-d
d against the structure
lalhM aims of P N.P and
tha surety and national
aim* of citizens of Jamaica under
rattOB of Dr. David LewLs.
doctor and member of the
mtnanlst party who vi.-
ited Jamaica between 1946 and
1948 and assisted In the formation
rxisl group.
Four other members of T.U.C.
I were only asked to re-
I positions with the party
their membership and
.ign a written declaration of
apology and the renewal of their
pledge to abide with the policies
DC I'.N.P. failing which they will
be asked to resign or face expul-
sion also.
Refuse lo Resign
All persons concerned have re-
fused to resign and as a result the
.-juncil party meeting
BWMlaj to receive and approve
the tribunal's report immediate! v
dissolved the P.N.P. Eaecutive
;>nd authorised party leader Man-
ley to appoint a special earetak>
Hurricane
Hits Texas
CHICAGO. Ha
Hurricane force winds up 10
80 miles per hour hll Fort Worth.
Texas today as a giant storm
progressed eastward dragging
blast of cool air behind it.
The Weather Bureau said there
was an unconfirmed report
tornado near the city but a high-
way patrol was unable t<> tlnd
any evidence of one.
Fort Worth however suffered
some damage from downed
power lines and broken plate
glass windows. The stor
lered m northeast Texas and
south, eastern Oklaham-i
tretched aU the way to the
Atlantic seaboard.
Thunderstorms and heavy rains
piecoded the north-eastward ad-
vance of the huge front. Far to
the north the storm took the form
of snow.
The Weather Bureau said the
blow would develop into a "real
1 tem winder* as It picked up
[speed In the Atlantic. Jamestown,
North Dakota, reported six below
Hi
that tin
windows
reduced
nnoasJ
to pre-
indows.
i however of the opinion
costs of the wooden
and doors could ba
f tiic Board had at their
simple mechanical
Committee to direct party affairs '"" Fahrenheit at midnight,
until | special general meeting! Ahead of the big front New
was called to deal with the refusal England was held tight in thi
to resign, expell all eight members '*7lP of tle" co|d weather Con-
eoncerned. elect a new Executive it,nue/1 ro,rt '" ,hc' HreB 'ailed to
and officers and decide the future' ma*p rtent In the heavy snow-
relationship between P.NJV and(*Iorm whlch announced the ar-
T.U.C. \rinl <* March Saturday A*>
The dcefaaon ..r u Trtbunal hs,muc* P inches wore reported
split the P.NJ>. right through thai mp loc,li**-
middle as between right .nd left I -^^___ I'.P
wing, and party members navel
begun to threaten violent,
ngainst each other while leftwtn;.
members of the |
pre-s who they allege engineered
the split.
tools, such ss a band saw, a con-
.ret,, mixer and a stone saw.
it pointed out that if the em -
uon of th- houses was to be con-
tinued, such tools should bat
obtained, and moved that the
Board snould give consideration
10 purchasing such tools as he
std mentioned.
During debute on Uie matter.
Mr. M. E. Cox expressed the
'.lew nisi if prefabricated steel
windows were imported, it would
result in reducing employment
There -r. two aspects of the
mutter which should be consid-
ered. The first was whether in
the race of employment they
should import tho steel windows
and reduce employment, and
secondly whether the proposed
change would be more econom;-1
cal.
Hon. F. C. Hulaon said it should1
f borne in mind that they I
wanted lo cheapen the cost of i
erection U much as possible -o
that more houses might lx> built.
He thought that the cost would
be cheapened if they hid a few
mechanical tools. He was very
much in favour of protecting
labour, and added thai reduction
in coats would not necessarily
reduction of employ-
n.r report of the Committee
nude startling disehiaurrs such
as the formilfon and iralnlni
of a group of \ nini.' men to be
(oRimuniiU who were reqalred
to swear by a gun and O
Montefiore
Fountain
by wit 11 ii PHILLIPS
OPPOSITE the Public
unist piri> nunifotoa t,Library and just besides the
"vmiirowsn-Mr b? an> means; Water Works building, there
IV i II I t>ll> rlah '.ii. iai I -___ ____ _. '
| is an open triangular space
consisting of a few strips o(
I lawn. And in the middle ol
these strips of lawn there
stands a Monument. Despite
its conspicuous position and
the vivid colours in which it
The
lumiu
*hich
Jamaic.
gent is
hlch
available even force.
i ftl ' >i Ken Hill Inn w dou
On Pag- 3
Church ftehind
Iron Curtain
is painted it seem lo attract
little attention from passerv
by. Everybody sees it. ami
CHICAGO. March la
Pastor Martin Niemoller famed
German Evangelical Lutheran
said last night that he came
m) tiom his recent trip to yet nobody sees it. Very few
cTiZ, nvt"Lod ^STJ, iPeP'e know its name, and
liYTSn Curtis hriM bPfUnd I f^wer st.ll know how and why
KiemoiUr defended his trip to il -'ame to be erected.
1 It is the MONTEFIORE
-..mst crlUcs who feared
he may have fallen a victim to
Russian propaganda. He said he
trip on tho invitation of
the patriarch of Moscow.
Niemoller said he assured the
Russians that "there Is not a
alaglc r-iillionaire in the U.S. who
would not give up the last penny
of lus fortune if it would prevent
world war.
"But by like token I must go
m and tell you that I found not
a single Russian who
world war", he said.
I'.P.
MONUMENT or more com
monly the MONTEKIORE
FOUNTAIN.
It wasn't always that the Moim
meat stood in the triangular naac
opposite ihe Carnegie LUraiv.
Originally, it was in Beck*
PlaceUie more popular num. ._
the Lower Green at the west-
ern end of Btoad Street. It wa.1
surrounded by iron railings. For
75 years it stood in the Lower
Green as conspicuous then as
now. and as much ignored then as
now Then in June 1939. it was
moved to its present position
The Monument was presented
to the City of Bridgetown
by Mr. John Montefiore.
I This gentleman. of Jewish
stock, was a wealthy mc.ch,o;t oJ
oid owner of Neils Plan-
tation in St. Michael.
also a relative of the Jewish bank-
James Mont ef ion
received his knighthood from
(Jueen Victoria m 1840the first
member of his race to be so hon-
oured.
This reminds us of the (act that
lo: .so long ago. the Jew* in this
si md formed n powerful m-
They owned business-p
taking up nearly the whole length
of what is now Swan Street,
foi this reason, this street was at
on time known a* Jews' Street.
In Magazine Lane, there -ttll
stands the Jewish Synagogue
The Montefiore Monument was
erected in 1964. no' only as a
monument to the donor, and in the
it.'rnprv of the long established
On Page 3
IKE TO /ASPECT
TURKS' TR(X)PS
PARIS. March 3.
General Eisennc.wer left bv plane to-dav for Ankara
for a quick look at Turkey'* M tough battle-trained divl
si.ms the largest f..ree u ilhm n. North Atlantic Command
r rom Turkey. Blllllbowi
Vlfred H. Crucnthn Mil iU i., Athens t inspect
ei tan divuuona. Th.-\ also will stop off in I tali ,
with United States A mural Robert Cai I i
hower's Ueputv m ihe- nu iiefo,, returnini to I'.m.
I i 10:1, ,
' lire the
nembars .>f .
/ dande Pad and their forces
Truman Asks
For Quick
Ratification
WASHINGTON. March 3
Truman asked demon I
s Tuesday to ..btsinq,.,
ratification of the Japanese Peace
Treatv. Senator Kins; m, fg,
1 said the Chief Executive tol.t
Ihe legislative leader at a weekly
he fenred fatHlnathm
delay would be "mlsundcrslood m
'be Far Bast-
He said he told Truman he will
rtKcuas the treat* at once with tin
C halrman of the Foreign ltelutlms
Commiltec and "1 hope to bring ,:
up for consideration at nn earl*
date"
V.P.
result
ment.
H< Infnrmaa the Hoard thai
there were available locally some
lools which he had meti-
noncd. and On tin- infonnatiop
tha Board instructed the Man-
ager-Secretary to Investigate the
rnssinllltv of Obtaining such tools,
Frri the assKtrnce of Hon. Mi
Hut son
A Pageant
OfB'dos
Rhee Wishes To
Extend Mutual
Security Pact
WASHINGTON. March I
li Svngnim Bhet, South Kor-
ean Presnd ti! i> ,n. .,
. and New
Zealand to extend their Mutual
Security Treaty to cover nil nii-
Communtslcouuti
i.i .i copvrit'i/, ( iBk re* i
with the United States N.
World Report, an independent
weekly news maga/me. Rhee sain
MCh .i treaty should include
provision that all .t. member*
must come lo the immediate fenee > victim of iiggpssslon.
r.p.
isve m.t rvl bean Stted ..
raaenttower's overall mllltarv
Qinmajsg.
I ll the nr*t
r ., weaten
. ii addition to Greek and
ill ad Mrengni
n 'he include
s Sixth ]!,-. (he hi.-., I
'Mediterranean Fleet, the Freiwh
tan Fleels and a rtrini
iCSjn sir base-. i,l rlorth African eoaM rananlf .
andjlng atainic bombers
Western planners rate U*
U Boeiet submarines shout
lip from the Black Sea throug
be Dardanelles into the Mediter-
? during a war they
SV havo. with the West' Uie-
lift in >.. Middle and Far East
.id outflo. .. aasanhower'i cor.tl-
Ightal fores Bui if Russian
athius plungtd into Western
Km ,>e while Ihe Allies retained
nUea thtmsvlves would be
OUUIankvd an>l .objected to COO.
tinii.,1 poundnt| from U i
u.t".
Train Derails
SINGAPORE. Mai
rha worst tiuin derailment
occurred Monday morning when
-------- J ^ >a paasetiger train from Oei
"iKierstands that |Neglmblln. state i Mentaka
s shornv ? ^"""TMin Paang was blown up t tsWrOT-
the Ha,}Zu r" .i '*'': * '""'' ,r,mi Nl'^''
nil take the form
or the purpose of the Pageant
nodel of Barbados, held in
place like a Jig-saw puzzle and
showing the boundaries of the
parishe. :,ml the natural physical
features of the island, has been
prepared by Mr. K. n. Brood-
hagen. the well-known I
artist.
Tbi
and 15 passengers were injured
WO if an nour gftae the de-
railment a police escort fought
oS about 40 terrorists who attack-
ed ;iiin tuoceedad In preventtni
ihem fi'im liMittng train
v.r
I.C.W.I. C-l,'brat-s
2nd ViiniviTsurv
KINGSTON. JVa. Mar I
i '.;,. ' CoUojJi ol ih<
1 In vesleiday c I lourtu] i fenaany th
i> of the Ingtal*
I'rtncew. Alice ..
cellar. In an asUrtjaa Ina l*nn-
eeas 'UvUred that a University
shoukl aim at producing nun.].
Keen. practical and realist it
ban aural laiogs and a
(he same time < l,|i v ,:. ,i
attitude t.f nveient.
eternal thinga.
Earl of mi.i-iir. Sir Rai
mand Priently. Chaa.
Kitmingham University. Mi*
Ai.ei Smith, granddaughtei ol
Altee were present
Also MB undergraduate student
from all parta ol the West indie*
rti'u al-o presented a
Kitt ,f took* from g.,. | M
II i r Uaaa Ubnrj - EDEN HAS INFLUENZA
IX>NIX>N, M I
Knieigi Sicti't.iv Ant hoi >>
Mondaq
i litla. but
ment iU,)]..i,.i'ii i..|.t
:'ou(ht ti in- pattmant. 1).|*.

of the show was eon- ,
celved by Mr. Kenneth C. Pile.
a member of the Barbados Con-
tingent now m Jamaica, and the!
historical narrative to unfold the
story of the Pageant has been'
written by Mr. F. A. lloyos of
the Lodge School. The script.
hlch is in three ports, describes'
several of the Island's places of
interest, gives a snort account.
of Its main Industries, and sup-
Siles short commentaries on
smous figures In Barbados Ma-
ll as Christopher Cod-
Bishop Coleridge. Sam-
It man Preseod. Conrad
and John Redman
i.(in has i oi n kiiis
tory
ingtor
uel J
Reeve*
Rove II
PLANE CRASH
KILLS 38
_ NICE, March 3
Thirty-eight people wer. kill. |
when .. foui englned Air Franc.
plane crashed in flames In an olive
rOTa 9 mil' from here today.
The plant, a Languedoc, was be- j
heved to have collided with a btg
flight of birds damaging Its pro- '
pcllers.
Among the dead were two well-
known French actresses. 4l-.i-.i-
<>.d Michaele Verly and 25-ycar-
Old Use Topart and Harriet tobv.
dancing star of the American Mai-
quls De Cuevas ballet company.
The airliner was on a routine
flight from Nice to Paris with 34
passengers and n crew of four
Five minutes aftr taking off the
1.1lot tried to turn back lo the air-
port but the plane lost height,
skimmed the rooftops and plum-
metted into the -reels. One wo-
man passenger with her clothes in
fames broke her way out of the
burning wreckage But she died .
on the way to ihe hospital.
Hours after the crash only six
charred bodies bad been Identi-
fied.
Only clue authorities had anM.
on the passenger list and the ad
LJBBJBfft/ TIT -1 i.i 'iJ-tr m >ran
. m j *W ii
VJb J
*-* #i gT, g; a
J gfx^
EVB. ii black *ot osrned by Mr* Lean OoolDg of B*nk 11.11 Cro-
ftoad, gsvr birth to four kid- on Sunday morning This U Eva's
third litter On tin; first occasion lie. gsv blrtfe to thr kids and
en tha second two
Tlir Aiivoct was told that ll ai umi-ual for a goal to bav
tour aid- Thry generaUy have on' or two aad an saais occaslonH
tarae.
Thr hlghr.t amount of Milk Ev* has lion per day is thirteen
l^nts.
A nglo-Egyptian
Talks Halted
CAIRO. March 3,
Anylo-Egyptian negotiations over the Suez Canal Zoni
;ind the Sudan lely to-day while
Vi new Premier studicl up on tlu- situation
Premier Naguib El Hllay Pasha ,
verthelesi nnnoun.eo withdrawal of British force*
drosses 'thepassenger, g-vr when I thai he would like to Imitate hlirrom the CanM Zone and IB
they hooked for the flight. -E'.r. i.redeceseors and wool-. ,,Sud1an w"h ****} ,
Ha also announced that Farouk
led a royal decree suspending
Parliament for one mon'n.
Ah Ma her P;isha resigned I
on Saturday afu-i r-
jng to Issue a similar decree. tftUa
'NoComimMil'"
From Palace
About Queen
LONDON. March 3
Buckingham Palace gave a mm-
11 cimittal *9J0 comment"
'l-ortslhat gueen Elisabeth Is
t U g to have another baby
The Palaee always refuses lot
oniroeol on the Royal Family's
private afl
More and more Britons however
t--heved there might be truth in
the reports which started short Iv '
after the death
Oeorga vi. ., lvhl.
fr- ken into the pipers In guarded ,
' asngaji
A numbei of Sunday papers ksfl
readaji with the impression 'halt
Ihe Coronal.oM srhkh Elirsl*th
was known to hope could
had been postponed r>.
ause she was cither already ex-
- ting or pl.inned to have an-'
-ibl* Iteforc the
iowning.
tbOfltatlve wiiirce ssld It'

ibeUt wanted evi ral more child-1
.'.-ill not i-e held
1953
&CaMOmtc hxfterts
Arrive In Jca
KINGSTON, i. March 3
six of ti porta whoi
rrj out .< ftnancUl and
I......""in Ml
I
' o and development
ii ived in .laman | . John r ih'Wiide ..i the aeon.
I .rfmem lMnk who]
ntaMon BBld the gen-
II bj -i i rnl
ibilltlea ..f mi island and
uggest how Um
in the
me.
Kb.....am pioi
id is th ii Jamalca'i popula-
no; rapldl) and Um
' islam!
Daca krfl) luiuiad wltta
eiuUant urgrti i I ,, velo)
-eoafoml. io sup.
Dort Hi, population The bank
ie said, would assist in miple-
neming such a pTOgf lIMM
COM U Uatl i Hi ,i
bis victory In tke Usideu stk., Saterday

Independent Asked
To Form Government
rir.-iiis-ji W*H
AhkUraee
BALTIMORE, M.nU..n.i.
Mai |
tin neii water on u
theatre auda eh a small
rash fire in Ihe cell
II Tim pations h "i lited out
rben ihe lire was discovered.
<-> the tli......
nan aiTlved, tha pi.....
' return Thay )anunad tha

inUI tha firemen turned hoses onj.
than to elaav a \>au U) tl i
exll'l-

vone outside the;
HJlldUUJ COttld see tl i
i < Thd nnginal .nitlienc
doubled by the time the showing
sumed.
U.P.
I'm itda il \ *
Stone Of Scone
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5 Offer To "Tidy Up" Korea
SYDNEY. Australis.
THF. MONl'MFNT erected by
Mr. John Monteflere
Five natives of North Borneo war ** vm6 ' ,'',r'1 P,kPt
wrote the Sydney Doily Teleyraph "ooney by going Into Ji
.iid no date had been set for the
Korea During the severed heads of Japanese sold- s,t nt Anglo-Egyptian negotu.
{en originally set*
The letter said "We are very Saturday because he needs more
glad to sublnlt our application to 'Ime to acquaint himself with the
your recruiting office"t'.P. situationU.P.
Monday offering to tidy up the lines and returning with the your n
Talks On Total 4' Plan Open
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PAGF. TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TTT^DAV MVRril I 1952
Qahib Qallinq
\TISCQUHT
? K.*>V.O Vis.
MAKCHWOOn.
riscountcas March -
wood wire amonr. (hi* passenger*
arriving here on Bundaj bo the
S-S. Gotfto for a holiil.tv II. .
were aosompanied by Mjs* N. M
Lodge and will be .tsvinji jt the
Mill Re*f Club. St Jamep until
the Golflto returns here on it-
way bacVfb the Unl.ed Kinirrt<
Financial Secretary
St. Lucia
COL. A. G. TUBB of England
came out on *he Colflto which
arrived here on Sunday to take
Up an appointment a* Financial
Secretary of St. Lucia. Ha la stay-
ing at the Marine Hotel and ex-
pects to leave by B.W.I.A. tb<
afternoon.
Pnoc to comma; out U
West indie*. Col. Tubb was u
the Treasury in TU0U
Borneo.
During the war. he held an i*
portant financial poet in II
Occupied Enemy Territorv A1
ministration the M i'i-h M1M..1 .
Administration in th.- Mlddb
Ban and UV Allti.<
Government m Ninth AMci
Sicily and Italy.
Mrs. Tubb who i in Spain at
'he moment ii expected to join
him shortly.
Covtfrinc Cruise
VflR IAN GALK. A ting Editor
1*1 ol the Barbados, Advocate. |afi
the island on board the Yaeh'.
Ovoo>-*or St. Vincent on Sun-
day tiOarnoon. He U covering
he CVibbesui Cruise which
started In Barbados on Friday
and wiUaod in English Harbour.
Antigua, on March 18.
Mr. Gale boarded the Or.-grm
early on Sunday morning and
assisted Mr. Hal Cole. Uk
in getting her ship shape. Dur-
ing the morning Oregon was
equipped with wireless appara-
tus.
SaUing on Oregon were H..I
Cole. George Stoutc. Leonard
Archer and Gerald Nicbolls. Mr.
Oale is expected to join anothei
yacht at St. Vincent.
Two other yachts Which .ire
also taking part in the cruise.
MoIIthaufc and Maria Carhamm,
left Barbados earlier in the week.
The cruise is arranged by the
Society c.f_ Friends of English
Harbour, sponsored by -
Cruising Club of the United
Kingdom.
First Via*
1JAYING their first visit to the
I w. u.-u- .... Mi '. 1 MM
H G Bonnshe and their dausjh-
.> from England. They
arrived on Sunday by the Colflto
and will be remaining for a month
staying with Capt F R.C M!m
of "Little Battsleys". St. Peter
Mr Bannalle Is an Underwriter
at Lloyd's
On Business
JN BARBADOS on a short busi-
aaV 1-7.. Sl-k
To Join Her Husband
MBS i
ed from England on Sunday
b> the Golfi 10 ii> Join he
who i A
of Messrs '
Win U <
Mr. Oefa
about mx months ago and Is stay-
Ing at the St. LawMnci Hotel
expert* m take a flat at Maxwell
shortly
To Study Nursing
MI^S CICELY PETERS or St.
I here on
Friday night and was staving with
Nir M Haynes of Bank Hall.
1< ft Of) Sunday night by thr
< mb.r r 1 04 (0 stUthj
nursing at St George's Hospital.
Hie dftlighter of
nial Trea-
' and a cousin of
Mr Clifton While of Itritlon's
liill.
After rive Weeks
MR. J R BROOKE. Managing
Director of Preston Brooke
-nn Co. Ltd. England, returned
home on Sunday night by the
( otombtr alter paying a five-week
rlail 10 the West Indies He wn
flccompanifd by his wife and son
During their stay in Barbados
they were guests of the fclangS)
Hotel and Club Poinclana
To SeftJe Here
CAPT.
R N
budos last year on a temporary
visit, has now returned with the
intention of remaining.
He arrived on Sunday from
England by the Colflto and is stay
ing at Searles Plantation
-ister Mr* D Bethel!.
Musical Guessing
Competition
THE Police Band played to n
"full house" last Fn.I.,
tnh!li:TW*n lhrv * "Gu*** ARRIVING from
tn- 1 nle competition An omui- /\
Ing medley of well known tune
were blended together to form t
non--top selection lasting ten min-
utes. The audience were invited
b rapt Raison to compete with .t,
l h other In naming Sic most TrU!Ki m n
tunes, the WlnO being awarded Li? "l J*u
a bottle of Coddard s Gold Bran" "v" *" *hor1 'Hulnew visit.
Rum. The list of competitor**, C*. I r V LI i*j
with their respective scores were' For UK* Holiday
as follows. \f 'ss N FERGUSSON. aunt of
Mrs Clifford Jack (Marine i~* Dr. M J Copeland, arrived
Hotel) Winner with 19 points We on Sunday morning by
M He<-teugne 16: Thelmn llw.I.A from Grenada and left
Year wood IS; Adams Mann 15; ''u' " 'he evening by the Coi-
Mr>. Trevor Ross (Ocean View) -saw* for England where she
15: Annabelle Ashworth 14;
Mi- Miitin Hen* (Roya) Ho-
1 Hi Hodgms (Windsor
Hotel) 14; Jacqueline Evans 13;
Mrs. MaeMiU 0 (Oosan View)
t Taylor 13; K Hunte II;
Atkuu 11; Mrs. C. L.
Gibbs 10: Lisle Innls 7, Mar-
Einstein 3.
It will interest patrons of the
"Rocks" to note that at next Fri-
day night's Concert, the Drums.
fifes and Buglers of the Barbados
Regt. will be giving a display of
marching and counter-marching
visit Is Mr Ian Birkmvre,
from Gourork. Glasgow and a
Director or the Gourock Rope
....... wor* Co. Ltd He arrived on
(i HRtr.no. no-rv ,Sjn<1ay by the OalflU accompan-
ftefcimr1*1
Nursing and Dietetics
EAVING by the SS CoianMe
,-,- fe. <"" Sunday night for the
ith hi5 n'led Kingdom to study nursing
id dietetics at Bedford General
* Miss Rosalind Farmer
UKhter of Mr W A Farmer,
ladmnster of the Lodge School
id Mis Farmer.
On Short Visit
Trinidad on
Sunday he the S.S. Colombte
were Mr. and Mrs. Anthon,-
ft.imv* who are staying at the
\ouatic Club.
Aaslstant General Manager of
Marketing Co. In
on*
Off To The U. K.
MR. P R WARNER of the;
Toreign Service Staff of
MtBjsn Cable and Wireless, left
i u'nmbie for the
United Kingdom where he will
spend about two months' holiday.
He was accompanied by his wire
and their little
Mr Warner ha* been working
in Barbad. for
yeexs and this is his first visit
back home since he rime out.
For U.K. Course
SISTER CAMILLA GODDARD
o* the Convalescent Home in
San Fernando. Trinidad. w
intransit on Sunday by the
Colombie on her way to England
to take a course in orthopaedic
neotherapy.
VP$TS70flMat?
^HAMCH7D0?
Alka-Seltzer
c/tec6s6 for you
Upset Stomach and Headache often
strike at the same time yet each must
be relieved in a different way. That's why
millions rely on Alka-Seltzer ... it works
two ways *( once.' Alkaline ingredients set-
tle your stomach, while one of the world's
aaoat effective pain-relievers soothes away
your Headache. Alka-Selt*er is so easy to
take and has such a pleasant taste, but,
best of all. it makes you feet berrer /aifer.'
Get Alka-SclUer today.'
Fw
lUa-SiniirlwIps
Lit it bah- in tss
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Bsick from U.K.
MM liarriM.11 and wife of
.ormer Colonial Postmaster of
Barbados, returned rrom England
v.ierday by the Gelflto aiu-r
^pending 21 months In the inter-
est of her health.
MANof
BRONZE
,-BURT
Lancaster
Alka Seltzer zzSziTtx**
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Art Exhibition
*T*HE Art section of the Barba-
coumer-mucning egWoKon*^" SS?,iB of
during the performance For.hi* Museum "on Fr 55,, ffa?ch 14 "*
their traditional Zouave Uniform, iwrt th. -.hlhMot-^TTw".
Put Son to School
SIMPSON
1%'omrn in iln V* usII
Mrs. Edna E. Bourne M.C.P.
MRS. EDNA E. BOURNE a plun.p and pK as,,* per-
sn;ility in her early thirties, is ihe Drat a
id the HOUM cf Asscmhly. Shu is a woman of varied in-
terests and has always been interested in politics and Hie
welfare of the poorr class.
r*fh^ iSiuJJe k ?"v duuhl*r tttUoo* The roads arhlcfc
01 the late Mr D. A. Foster, who rd extensive damage duiiiiK the
Mr\v a-f?Uticlan for nearly he^v. i..u.
SSL'^^w u roster was a lri tf0p bad
Svn^H*ft h%HTi2L?m\,to,inu' """"' "- hop. that
ni. v -~ <^? a Member of ,,, lb. ami lutUrS Qh
L Vestry ot St Andrew until Uon- wM AbJ0 as
his oeotlv m March li. In ihr welfar. rnimtlPity
January MM Mrs: Bourne and dP|K.m,. on (cm
her slttaCMlss t, Foster entered (limK ih,, .,;,
Bdui si ihoujd ix'
Bjvan 1
At homo Mrs. liourne does her
40W11 cookJn. 1 hat
shopping dnv bj this is nlso the
" flay Ihe House of n 1 bl
::iii'- Although
jynon.ifi an l l fat w/Kf
Bsre di i sfUng
land driviiut. aspaela]
3 It ition for music is
"jbovr the bti 1 has
plitaliiatl eertlACates for playing
both the organ and 1
In 0 Itinirne has
d Si. Ulda and Trinidad
but her sjsatsl dastra is to
trsvel t" bigger places.
day shi- win
aiietenl py irnkts ol E typt, th.-
got gaoui fashloni of Pal and
MRS. EPN'A l ip..1 cm
the donlesl for YVstr> -
St. Andrew. In April of Ihe
same year, owing ta> the vacancy
Hmiiur through the death of her
father. Mrs. Bourne entered the
Byi'-Electlons. She was success-
ful.
Mrs. Bourne was married on
the 0th April 1944 while she was
a teacher ut St. Andrew's Church
Girls'. Her husband is also a
teacher on the staff or the St.
Andrew's Church Boys'. Out of
interest for the youth of the
parish, Mrs. Bourne formed thr
BelleplHlne Ptogresslve Club
where girls were Instructed in
niokory. cmtiiotdorv. desserts
and confectionery making. The
boys also shared in the racilitlcs
offered at this club. They mot
In the afternoons to play games.
In St. Andrew telephones and
electricity Bre installed only In
Government and Parochial Insti-
CROSSWORD
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RS. DON
Summit, St John and wife of
Mr. Simpson of D. M. Simpson.
Consultant Engineers, returned
rrom England on Sunday by the Hoad^'on^Yhe
fjolnto -\ Cqj.
Mrs. Simpson left here last
yc;ir with her son Peter whom
she has put to school in England.
Will Spend Three Months
MR. R. L. KUNA, Manager of
the British Bata Shoe Co. In
st Lucia, left on Sunday by the
tv>HMnb)e for England where he
1 has gone on a three months' busi-
ness visit. He was accompanied
by his little daughter Mary.
Mr. Kunn arrived here about a
I week ago and was staying at
! ('acrnbank Hotel
Returning Home
MISS OWEN HUTCHINGS
Balmoral Gay. Hastings, who
Ims been living in Barbados foi
1 some years, left by the S.S.
liolfllo vesterday for Trinidad
will take steamship*
opportunity for New York before
returning to England.
port the exhibition. "Exhibits" jtc !
,,. beJ^nl in on Mondsy. March '
10 and Tuesday. March 11.
A Son
|JORN_ to Mr. and Mrs.
uk tsmpis wo.
j ies -oil mua i>
I ', in II 131
a 9m M.
(SI
,'.,,- .i'.rt maf i
it* mai .
Imru- ttt riot Dal
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
4 SO Th Ni 10 p m Th nally
Vrvlcr. llSpm. Maichln# and W1u-
it>S. 4i p m BMnprlnl at UM I' m. -
ft* pm ContDotr ol lh* wMi. ft 1*
111- Budsrt Talk, tnpm Tak it
I irmi HWf. IN pm Pfaon*l PonroK
1 k II p m Wrlih Kkfuin*. IU p m
1mirt> Hot 1 nil Up and Proaramm* Paiadr
1 p m Tha Kiwi. T.10 p m H*w.
Analviia. T IS p m Rrndeivnui
1 4S1 SB am. AS II II a B II S
Ruptu saeasd by lw
has said. "1 lovf 1
(nee. I .'o *ith I tould tsptora
hr wood iih you.
promiaed Mummy I'd go
io.n tor bc>. I'.' 1 rry !" *
can S-Bill prom*.
i look mi bl 1. m ind Rupri
f>ial dftfW:
Hl'IlH.I IDWN III.I ?310
1>Sa> A I. "<"-- IM a a * pm .i>,f. (.to..-1 Una*..:
"GIRL ON JONES BEACH
avH BfAGAN g,
" TEA FOR TWO Ta CONQUEST OF CHEYENNE
ALIAS BILLY*THE KID
OPENING THURSDAY 6TH
4.45 S 8 30 P.M.
B*t lANCASTIR .
..MAN QF BRONZE

Rupert and the New Bonnet4
Almoit at om
jnoiher ol nil pill jppuri iruos-
ing through thr both" ai ih Hot
road, Ii m Bingo. th
pup, ind h* 11 carrying 1
uck md hr**y bos. "Hsllo.
Bmgo, it* you hrid:ng for Ihe
-nod. too?"* iu\t the liiile b*r
GENTS' SHOES
TAN it BLACK KID OXFOBOS $1. ft $11.51
TAN ft BLACK CALK SLMI IIIUII.lt 0XTOBO8 ..... 11.11
TAN ft BLACK BBOGUBS ........................ H-
TAN CALK MONK STYLE................................... 12.M
BLACK FATKVT OXFORDS (Dmi Show) ISM
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il ESDAV M MICH 4. IM2
H\*ll.\no* ADVOCATr
PACF
Coiiiiminisl>
Unmask <'(l
a> I- ram Pur 1
challenge to Manic,
him from the party at the risk of
his own career. Manley who had
contemplated resigning from the
party and pdlttlcs if the p
council had not accepted the
Tritajnal'l report and recom-
mendation*, declared thai he will
fiKht the two Hilla Han and
Henry with everything
nothing was left in him to tight
Ken Hill said to-day T.U.C
will go on. The probe- Marted fol-
lowing the breakaway by Tl
Kelly and Wellington MacPhcrson.
two T.UC. leaders from
Union November last and then
organisation Of the new N II
Labour Congress which be,: in or-
ganising T.U.C. member*.
Ran Kill denounced the action,
called for tha from
the parly nnd at the aaaae tum
the right wing not
K"U> and M;u!'lier*o!i .ml |.
duced documents to show the
Marxist character of T.UC.
Ultimatum
mm. \ssi in i mi
Th, Man tvflore
Fountain
\II\I/.K\TY I
IN HOSPri AL
. xxKtcn his Maw c.'?b!?6v25i.?*2**".
eoiinecti'
ihe inauguration of Uv
town Wale* Suf*B*) '
(H-en mid-- fevafcMBH i Hat W-
habitant> of Un CHj a few yean
t-arher. A tap was bulll into UM
Monument, and Ihe
three feet
from dw beea or tha rtructure.
that
CUM
thoi
port on Monday
impr
Primate i Higeaao bai hec"
moved to ti prlaoii hospital 1
Slovakia for vonv.i-
lesring."
The iina hi Armed report was
Bl VcrtU* th.- A. ;ide-
aaaancj The Italian
agency Art reported only
ago that Mil
.. Fountain wat still In prison at Vae about
prc*en:.-d n 'of Budapest
or y,..,k-
G****&*#*"
Hell'!* to rhniiHi- lln- ivl.iii
|RHn hlimil iftifiiirifrV-*
imputill" in the hi.km! itu* Cautf rhrumallc
ache* and pain*. Miff and painful i-iini*.
IhiII* aaaaaaaa and common >kin dUordrn.
ilarar*- Kln.'d Miilurv lr- In purhS
iht- M.mhI. clean*** the sv.i.m and aMiti*
in r, .r..rln Mod health
\D MIX CCEJUV

la stal
pa for Catholic
MEOASHi:
I p.at.
The Fire Briiindi
Party ie..u* r Manley who at
first declared his inten'.!
nothing but a united party of both
right and left (Via told bluntly
by the right wing that it was
cither the Hills or themselves.
Among them were Will- o'l *...
Dr Ivan 1-lovu. Will.
right. Floriwl Glax.spoU -
Th.' Tribunal art US to inquire
Into oharfM Ugaii December Tl
and won compiMM I
The full effect of the ghOorlnf off S"!*0
party bodv is not vet known but Mr--!- 3 Crfcfc, J P. H
It is anticipated thnt the Hills Stuart and A Grnham Hi
Will evenlualh f..ini OH pol- I Ofl h '
ilicnl part* ..vowr-ll. Communist, failed -no1
taking away a Inrgp section .f th. Examiners think but th. % point
P.N.P followlni The Hill-. >i >
nd Henri were a! Ion interned ' ' *' ''- mmodate
during the war by Governor B '"*' certiflcnti
Arthur Richards for CommunUt n..t !* worth the paper th<
aetl\
bicta la kept on the OantMin Savannah for ttse '
.ummond and quickly put it out.
i the track caught afire on Saturday about
SHORTHAND
RESULTS
TEH reeurl i the Decembei
I Examfnationi (IJ.S
I .....
C. B. Rock
U.N. TANKS POUND
RED POSITIONS
SEOUL. March 1.
United Nations lanKs Saturday rambled Into action <>n
Um muddy Korea* imrhnH for the second itnitfhl day '
A tnk infnntrv raldin unit backed up by Intense aitillftv [
Bn hammered Rexl targets south of Pyonii^ani: <>n the.
Central Ironl l"i anore than an houi al dawn Saturdav
C'hiriCM- arlillery and mortar Bn OaUnaftCd two of thP(
lank
BrMt>*vwn,
On .
or Pbti-iU:
in
law, P

Dm and I

n i-
In"ii1 <[uipped with i
ary
fountain it has hardly *vi nil-
lllled ii' objeet
the in- iip! on
more than 78 years A B
: ii um yoai thai UM Monument
wai In t1.' 1
Water-\m I had cut
off tht water-supply and locked
ihe Irx'n gates.
Onlj within
Vrritaa made BJ
pference to Mindsmity
i long report
pi&r"
A Hungarian army officer *
to Austria several weeks
.tijo said he had seen Mindircn*>
walking in Iho
on prison in Budapest bofon
h tie.*, the dispatch rep.rtcd
UP.
MARKET RE-OPENS
KARACHI, March 3
Tin- cotton market here l
,.i,..i io-.i,i> .ifter traders had
'. pakUaan
!nveriiinent* asaaOUDeeBMnl of it
ipport Scheme.
i;i)> bean
. led to the l*o
nr-'' m thi"
..'111 1,1
bench' from Um erection >>r Mr of 90
John Mantel on Fmmt.tin
(irTu ultle* cmisiil l ^ .i ulumi
cotton i
IrrtendM
it .i iiuniniiim basic prici
. ..ipvea per Mauml (alHiut Hi!
Iba.) for Pakaatan iot*nw UM*.
The tanks were pulMd bar* to
the Allied lines. That brought to
12 the number <>f nlllert I Oki
damaged Friday and
Yachts Arrive
In Grenada
Men on.
The IPS, is the oldest Short- destroyed
. i. intnew rid and their Saturday.
rtl- Allied fliihter-bomner^ Ixd-
tl n hlgn nnced oil part gif thin ls Saiui-
(tap afternoon. The Mu.itangs and h K.',, Thl biggeot
Ine Corsairs ciught a earmm- ...... (.,ai.Iall(,l1 Sl.
Srven Canr
Fires In :$ Days
lalnad
Mkei
Tha
ExamlnaUmi Marine t
I ol
red over
i at
The secret of a happy
family is-coop health?
Vci. moiher,your good health ind
that of your children. If you art
toiiirhme* crou and your art not (ohust. perhipt von and
your Uoailv used mm A A D
i" inmii "-i him taking v.ih
Emuliion every day.
Soon you will tee a won-
derful difference in the
way you and your .hiI
dreo look, act and feel'
Staff! tmuhio* hai fcv'
i aappiii to mnJIi**!
hatavN ir* Ifca- to*<>.
S ':
H# SCOTT'S EMULSIOI
HtGH F.NeRC-V FOpP TON!-
Kedland Plantation St. Oeorge
Ain-'iKle,
GRENADA, vl
Four yaohti ]-'i' nere
Ing on the aeeond leg .--..
cruise dm tu.>n IB with three-day feaMvttkM wnn (., |
H.M.S f*a*rr-m pin1
Um ieauhe:
fl,* Rc^ ,ak envoy h , J fiff^ s,^.,.
in Mid douoyed llitcn Th|s bunA Iour nnd hlllt c,
ttt.i b.icHy (InmaiTil M\ 1)( ,lrst ttopi \en acres of second
Iron Trumglr once .. Cominun- 0f (OUrth crop ripe canes.
ft ,,.ip staging area. aiH| 46 ho|e, of younf
Irrfantryman fouaU off a com- rane lJinW Rnd ,wo und a half
l .ri. i.f charging Chines,- m the avr& of ,rRBh> property of the
Three are arriving Saturday right Ldmton); A aaahon, Elaine Gill, darknesi ne;ir Chorwon on the lru;U.v.; ,,, (hi- estate of F. C
and Sunday morning from BaVOB- l F. J. Central Front In the small hour* Cox ^hr damage is covered by
dog. Br(h*tte); A. Nurse, Marv Saturday. FU-ds in the unmoe.
The local TouriM Hoard extend- Clarke, l' Bentham 'Mr. C. defrayed or damaged four allied
ed the fullest hospitality mcludir.fc Rock B Harris, 1*. Clarke TllCOl .
Daisy OUI, Joan

in Brath-
Joan lliilllps. (Mi-
i cocktail party at the Santa M ll.irewood.
hotel, shore eKcur-ions, bathing Horace N. Roach (Miss /
parties and sponsored ;i specially Skeene). D. Hunte (Mis?; I.
recorded radio roundup of Imprc*- Croney); Janice Chase (Mr. L.
nions of visitor*
Tourist Board Chairman. Norris Glob*); A Stuart (M
Hughes, who had welcomed the PhylUl Mottley (MaH E. Price,.
visitors In the name of the Colony M. Trot man (Mi. A. C Best),
at an earlier function thi- morn- MarJorM lntOtl (Mrs. L. Graham >
ing spoke a farewell over the pub- Joan Lythcott (Modern High
lie Address system from an out- Bchooll; L 1
board powered craft which circled Academy); Phyllis Chceseman (V)
the Molllhawfc. UM UhhIu | i_i-u.. ,.,
ship as she glided from Uie inner Speedw* w.p.m.
harbour, to he followed < int. i O. ranunott, Joyce Iwvetl. B.
\.,is u, othet beealJN of their Clarke,C. Smith (luaaat. Lyntom
v.itving speeds. J. Belling. () Kellman (Mr. F. J,
The leisurelv erui'e continue- Brathwfelti I
to St. Vincent'via Carriacou p^ OUki Modern Hlgn Schools M.
Ibly Tobago. Key* and Bequi'. T ( Best); E*ma
Al Spnnghall Plantation, St
Luejr, a On ;>t ;ibout 12.M p.n,
Sun Hurt Tanks on Sunday burnt fifteen and
The sun and relatively high three quarter *cre* of first crop
temperatures hurt tank*. They and ten and three quarter acre*
B Mlebury iMi. P. slipped and alld up and down the of .">* "P ^. / n^JLaS
" E. Mahonl; hillii and -onie N,gged in the mud. and a quarter acres i
Df ^<"
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AFTER considering a rcpoi
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to Government that a shop with
residence attached, be erected at
the Pine Housing Scheme for the
benefit of the tenants.
The Manager Secretary was
instructed to prepare n plan of
the proposed shop,'and submit the
same for consideration of the
Hoard at its next meeting.
Allied lighter-bombers and Jets <*nc plants and I
n*"'- ;;r"'""'"......"" *""- grVSrt/Ts^nJSTuS
nnd were insured.
The light bombers cut the Red,** ___ ut.- mtantu
hBiohiwS ,,i im in an nl-teev Another tire at Winren rianla-
itKiiwoiK idil ill*-s in nu pule > , _._____, _..,, i in
damagt-d one Mil. Hi Oiiet llgtits ... f ,inrt ,.,,,,. ni"
with ne ,rl> 109 enemy krtl SJSVUF^ Se!i of
The Fifth Air Force issued sum- voung "W Ri"n,!-S,^^ In'
mariea for Ibii week and Nbru- F^a*j""fnhe Ltd They ware in-
t The nWMH) reeotl ihoWafl '"red-
PUUl kaM 2 nlanai ova policemen, assisted by labour-
North Korea in February, well ,.IS> BOt nr(. ul L^ars Plantallon
MOW tin-r.iord of 5U in January. unuffr control before it cxtendeil
In the same perni Fifth Airforte ,,, thti Held*. The fire broke
pilots destroyed or damaged 51 out at about 8.30 m. nn Sunri.>>
Russian-built MIGs. Only two h burnt two and three quarter
.. Allied planes fell In air fights with acres of third crop npe
3:_. MIG-s during. F.-( property Ot Appl.-whaitcs Ltd
Rod ground fire, some of it The canes were insured.
I.ii. accounted for 17
others iind eight more were lost
through unknown cau*< I I'
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Coast Mallon
S 8 Cavlna. F-mprflW ol Brelland.
Poa*M ll-iwfc. Oell Cli "
Colombo, Mara.. Andiea. Di 1(1 M
ena, sundwivh. Siel a PWaoi l*vei-
DftmI. r-roneUco H Hart. Atoiprtnw.
rrt Townahand. TamafO". UrufUav.
I.ibrrl*i. Ho>al Sl-r. Ala IVnn>inl. tad
Rodi
father for Ihe third time
Monday when his a ife Dorothy
him wnh a seven
liiui.i. ten oun< i glrL Both
motiur and aauffater an "doiim
well"' hospital ..iithorttles ad-
Thc daughter is to I i
ened ivtrina after Mltchum'l
maternal grandmother. Tha
Mitehum' have two
ANNOUNCED
A fire at Bowmanston Tcntin-
Inr, St. John, at about 11.00 p.m
on Saturday burnt 485 holes ol
third crop ripe canes, property ol,
Kii-t.ii. Barrow of the samel
ddress. Thi ..... not Insured
Three acres of third
ranes were burnt when a ore
occurred nt ll.nle, P
Bl Jflhn, at iilut 8.S0 p.m. on
Saturday. They are the proper!v
of A. G. Poyer and were insured
From Our Own Corraapondm
GRENADA, March 1
Grenada's Tourist Trade De-
velopment Board (O -....."'
the next year has recently been Si John, burnt twelve acre;
innounced. Il comprises: Mr. third urop ripe eanes. prop<-n>
A. Norris Hughes (Chairman), of the trustees of the estate o(
Marryshow and 1 R Fellows. They were insured
pal iuk: b tft .hi.nt., jIa.ivs UM VIA.
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
i>ov.mhr ranol MorrKaloni
histi>T\ ean har been produced
which have *el Ihe pace fot hm'
pcilornurK'- in automobiles H
laaraa^oeasj
roMlay, ita aforrli Otfbml fUft
us nnHkrn M>lin||. ptciiMon
linivh and rnjnnccnnn excellence
0 ;i ^'.ii nh pTOVtd appeal It*
......i reads Mae tah
lofu, <>l fcjiim-Mksi'Mhmmanv
01 ihc MorM*i ceaJU) hi* uafi
y. Ttiomai Crratp. FatllW- Erarm*. Po Ompo ai um
ML Adna. lanakB Leadei. Ttata. Paiwl Mall al I
n ^-^W^jejsht r.P. E M. dairy Irepresentine
MAIL NOTICES iture). Messrs. ?
r.uiana to ramcx Smith. O. M. Bain and Capt.
smith win t* closed at the General E Earle Hughes (represent inn
an
Oidmary M'H at "
Ii M-.tr I. I0S1
rippinu aRents), Mr. Loyls
,5 Strauaa. U Col Keith Slui and Mrs. U A. ncpler.
Harriell WhillakiM" Calls Here
Schooner"! arrive In Barbados
with conslnmnti of cargo from
various West Indlim port", but
re few which call here fur
different purposes. Amonit these
i,-w ira tlihing vessel- <>f wfaicta
the Sch. Harriett WhHtaker |s one.
Il Is interesting to have n glimpse
; t the general routine of these
i .-hoot*
Barbados -.ml British Oulana often catrhi are mat
ctlhi here vicinity ol l 200 and they hara.,
UM Fish- e\er drop below 500
U1K Banks to obtain a supply of Th*- ere* 0l UM HarriMl Hint-
i h is used as a means of takes use fishing lines and hook-
' h caught, t., catch their Ash. An tin
Snappers and |rOUP0TI ,ir- the -e,irH is r.llaehed to the end "t
light and Capl th boa, and kl hi understoo,! th-t
ihj thai Inee were able this makes manoeuvrmg veiy
itch only 37 fish la^t month difncult at times In the eighteen
The Harriett WhiHaker. which This however was much below ftdilng days of mon,h,' Ji
la skippered bv Capt. Joseph the average, and as a matter of weather la not always rrienni>
eaterand has a crew of eleven, [ad Wl I UM lowest catch reaUaed and they bear the changing cw-
.peratcs between Martlniiiu< arj long period. Very dliona with cheerfulness.
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I'M.I Ull R
RAKBAIMIS ADVOCATE
III -.11 IV, M \R< M 4. 1S42
R\RB\I)()s45>AD\rOGCrE
i
Turl. March I. IM2
!!. llrli^ioiis Are
London's Students?
I hav
uiqu
UM
SI'I \IM\4.
ONE of the most interesting feature!, of
nates for 1952-53 is a table show-
ing expenditure for the jM-riod 1941-42 to
1950-51. Comparison of expenditure in the
fint year of the ten year peri.nl with ex-
penditure in the last year of the pein*i
provides much matter for reflection.
The coat of the Labour Department m-
creased by more than 8 times. The cost of
the Governor's department, the Colonial
y and the Auditor General had
more than doubled b> the end of the
The cost of customs was more than
trebled; the Legislature cost 8 times as
much. Educational expenditure was more
than trebled and so was expenditure on the
Public Library, the Medical DepartmenU,
ihc Volunteer Force, Pensions, Subsidies
and Grants. Highways anil Transport ex-
penditure increased more than four times
and old age Pensions cost five times as
much in 1950-51, as compared with 1941-42.
Yet despite all these increases and many
more, there is a warning in the memoran-
dum Isauad with the estimates that the sub-
stantial, actual ami potential increases in
the recurrent expenditure of Government
will require tob oow rad ai soon as possi-
ble by increased and new taxation. There
is no*mcntion injwbara of any endeavour
to examine government expenditure to see
whether economies can be made or
whether certain departments like the Post
Office could not become greater earners of
revenue than at present.

The net revenue for government com-
mercial undertakings is set at $3,110 and
the 1'ost Office which had been a steady
revenue earner during the 10-year period
ending 1950-51 and which had been cred-
ited with $23,915 in the Estimates for
1951-52 credited with $3,110 in excess of
expenditure in the current estimates.
There is a note to say that this figure does
not represent profit or loss, but unmistak-
ably it represents a remarkable decrease on
the revenue of previous years. The Post
Office m the United Kingdom is classed as
one of the revenue departments earning
152 7 millions in 1948-49. There seems
little reason why it should riot continue to
bo classified as such in Barbados, rv.n
though its activities hen- are neJuralK
more limited than in the United Kingdom.
Similarly there would seem to be scope
for b i Venial from excise duties
and something could be earned from en-
tertainments besides the $65,000 expected
from sweepstakes.
But before searching for sources of
revenue other than taxation there seems
need fur a scrutiny of how and on what
services revenue is spent. The method of
presenting the estimates does not make it
an easy task to arrive at the total figure
spent on personal emoluments, hut if the
items under medical departments are added
to those shown separately under other
heads no less than $7,000,000 of a total
estimated expenditure of $12,052,094 are
shown to be intended for personal emolu-
ments. That seems to be a large percentage
of total expenditure and suggests that econ-
omies are needed in government depart-
ments. If to this substantial expenditure
is added $1,153,285 spent on food subsidies
and controls, the proportion of money spent
on overhead salaries and subsidies seems
very high. Nor is expenditure on persons
limited to these sums. Leave passages and
salary revision account for $200,000; old age
iMisums for $495,000 and Pensions for
$603,602. If expenditure on persons which
now exceeds more than half of total ex-
penditure continues unchecked, govern-
ment expenditure will become gradually
restricted to paying for increasing costs of
administration, persons and subsidies while
money for development will only be made
available by increasing the public debt.
Increase in taxation instead of improving
revenue might lead to lower revenues snuv
the inevitable effect of removing incentives
is to reduce the volume of business turn-
i In an island which lelies so much
on customs, receipts and income tax for
the greater part of its revenue h'gher taxa-
tion is more likely 1o decrease than in-
creasi Mai revenue. The time has come
to consider economising on government
expenditure.
ItH Hobrrl Kiuttsli
(University Reporter)
In th
of London'* 23,000 Univrr*lt'
students.
At Oxtin I, imll i
maaagtft.
:hal 50 per cant of *00 to a crowing intrresi in religion
unijeitfrudujilrs question**! *aid nmoni students. The Council uf
religion played no part at all In the Students' ",'nlon baa asked
their live*. ""at there should be an annual
f London" I find organ- Foundation Day senrlCI fr the
i.'Cd religion play* little or no I'nivemlty and the BrM will be
apparent pan m iho lives of the
Of indents
,inbrule.
London University Will
ceptton if MM l0 COUagta,
has tin historical or traditional

x.eption lo this rule is
held next November
Next month at Si .
' nt Of what are
planned to be terminal Holy Com-
iimnkMi service* fur the University
Baton the mr than were tarn
ri(noininatlonal church
the college- D m There are
| leh, by *tal- m.ny. One of the latest Is the
Ule. a theological lecture must be Ar formed at Unt-
i each week to non-lheo- versity College This term. So fir.
logical student* Attendance at n has SO members, two-thirds are
these lectures is in th. neighbour- mm. Generally, in religious
hood of 300350. societies at the University
The Army man student- in proportion lo than
But another series of lectures number at the University out-
at King's, on the subiect of The number men.
Meaning of Christianity To-day.' 'Married into if
ajid open to lU **** Covering the University as
tt-e whole university attract! whoM. |S ,he London *bnincn
audiences of only about 1M. (>f ,he lllU., (|,mn.
Kings Is the one college of the StUn>nt Christian Movement. T-he
v to have its own chap- inovernPIll nM b,,,,,,,,, l-
iloin. But since the war \ (i. ,,rt0n an average of 20 mi. n.U-is
- t j 1 apPQl
i-mty
. U
whole.
The prtsmt h,i|.laln IB a young
and energetic former Army padre,
. the Rev. Eric Tinker, tt I
1 met some of the staff of tin
innvemenf. In most c>
work there for two to thrtc years
W'l*li cr.uluiiting nt I or.
to London last September after wm ,ht^ rU_joan. W1,h ,.
laarvIM in fnm. W w.rdcn f siurtwit Movement
rraduaU of Dxtord. ^^ b far Brltuh ,d
*1.....,':'\Z over*.. .ud.nl. , Cower Slre.t,
' " jI J: .^. I LJU. v.hos.-hc.m. islnC.l.rham. Betty
'" mifn"1--^- '""- "uMl,son wh ""' a mnthematlcal

.ollegts are so scattered and a
l>IIMHII \\| FAriOII
MONTREAL. March 3,
Hujh Commissioner K. M Porde of Aus-
...d Monday the danger of a south-
ward thrust by Asiatic Communists was
an important factor in Australian accept-
ance of the recent Japanese peace treaty.
Spe.ikmi; ai i meeting of the Canadian
Cluh here Fordo laid the development of
lly in the south and southeast Alia
was a "matter of primary concern" in Aus-
tralian policy.
He said Australia still is nut convinced
that the Japanese could be trusted to avoid
aggressive military and economic policies
that might again threaten Australia.U.P.
II get.i
rfe e.it 'i any and another
hour nettli .
Women lead
it is presents gtinlnv
inlltioui
the few residential ci ' i
.Mr. Tn.* pointera Then" opinion
1 married into the
tnofemant' Her husband Is Its
Associate Study Secretary,, they
met while both were student* of
I'nion Theological Seminary. New
York.
I asked thtfll *hnh (..cully they
thought produced most students
humus activities.
that medical
'.eermg students seemed i
moat interested, especially In th*
I aspect*. B
especially those training as specta- |
lists at Imperial College .
mosi difficult to interest.
What kind of an impact doe*
religion make on London student
coming from the Empire and
Other part* of the world" Said
SCM's Oversea* Student* secre-
tary, Murray Haggi* la Cambridge
iran who hope* for a teaching
career abroad I: They are nflet.
vary disillusioned Thev think
lha) ara eomtai to Christian
lountiy "
On the *
every Methcixt student arriving
from the Empin- i elsewhere
ship by a
ifers ho* ,
pitallty H tielp as u
guide. "Before we started doinc
this, most of them were met and
offered help by Communists," said
the Rev B. Arthur Shaw. chaplaM
lo the Univirsity Methwlist
Society.
Among tne 2.^00 Roman Cathnlii
students at the UnlversiO then
i. says the i ch-iplam. Fathe-
Gordon Wht im IM increasing
intere.' b) religion 'Studen-
seem much mere serious mlnde**
thim tn my undergraduate day*
(he was at Oxford).
Jttaj apathy
There are SO Roman Catholic
clubs, mostly formed since th*
war. and a weekly service foi
students at St Etheldrcdn >
Church. Holtxtrn Circus Mo popular ehurchei among Angli-
can Hudents grt St Martin-m
the-Fields. All Souls. Langhun
Place: for Methodists, Hind.
Street Church. Miinchester Squar'
What is the attitude of studenv
as a whole to religion? Said Mi
Tinker, summing up: 'There i
no hostility; there is considerable
apathy."
Students, a fair cross-section ol
the community these days appe;n
to reflect fairly the naoonal attl-
tude to religion.
WOULD COPYRIGHT BI1MVID
-I. i \
Wealher With A Smile
ll K M M.m< Ol |
washin(;ton.
That much maligned fiyure the 'weather
man" should be born with a built-in sense oi,
humourand this is precisely what Ben-:
jamin Parry, chief meteorologist (or New,
York City, just deaf) at 67, possessed abund-
antly
New York produces not only some of the'
most violent weather in the civilised world
but also some of the least predictable, to]
that Parry, a charming. grey*haired man
with rimless glasses, was kept busy not only
at his job but also at dodging the verbal
bi ick-bats.
However, he wrote the following poem,
which he stuck.on the wall of his olfice in
Battery-place:
.1- ajg approach hf<' ares; Dentate***.
''.....I thr main an "in mjni-
II ht n hi V rijfkt no uttt ri mi MOrrs,
.taf irktf wr'ri wrong no one /r./. i\
He also made a practice of keeping two
umbrellas, one in his office, the other at hi-
home in suburban Lyndhurst. New Jersey.
"Then, if it started raining just as I headed
tor home, I'd be the only one getting off ai
Lyndhurst with an umbrella. 'Parry is nht
igain!' they'd all shout, trying to crowd
inder my umbrella."
WARNING
SENATOR George Aiken. Vermont Repub-
lican, says that if General Eisenhower dote
not come back soon to start campaigning
utively for the Presidential nomination
"he's a dead duck."
THE BOSS
ONE of the prettiest women you ever set
eyes on is Mrs. Sylvia S'inger, an assistant
district attorney for New York County. And
this presentable prosecutrix has Just been
ippointed to head the drive against the use
Kefauver (^V/lrnJ Lifts the
Lid On llu- IIimmIIiiiiik
t drugs by teenagers.
man committee.
She is boss of a 58-
I viilcd the United Stat
fas drawing to an enn:
Ad I went to see Mr. J Edga.
Hoover, the dlfsetor of the
Hureau oi biveetfnstUon,
fBcni in Washington.
Mi Hoover talked to me at
length about the F.B.I's record
as a law enforcement agency
during the tntcr-war years
;.... .. Ippi, ,,,.,, ..i kidm.upmn
and other rackets., the war-
f.irc iK-tw.-i-n rival gmupK of
anasters tn American cities,
n rhen ha dtscusaed
the |)ra|HTU ot post-war law.
...nt in the United
Subtler, Nam
It was a gloomy picture that
he dre. He envisage.! a resur-
gence of gangsterism on a vast
. i, tiniulated by ex-terv.ee-
\ men returning from worsens
who would !* unable to re-
I settle themselves In civilian life.
Then he made a prediction.
The post-war American nm-
dial de said, would omploy
' methods much subtler than the
. k> j-H'u'ar with inter-
war criminals. The gun would
iL-vcd as a last rasoet.
EvanU have proved Mr. Huu-
vor unlit. The naw aristocrats
Of the American criminal world
t.Hlav fire no* the rough, ape-
Uk, rdQan of the MrnsAlaa.
They have l>een replaced by
smooth-apoken and Inipaccabiy
tailored individuals hood-
lums." to give them their ver-
nncular name. "We're business
man" they protest In answer to
anv embarrassing inquiry about
their activities. "We live
uuielU pay our Income "**
and give she public only what
l! want
What certain section* of the
American public want are nar-
tflrtoi black-market commodi-
ties, prostitutes and extensive
gambling facilities. It is the aim
of the hoodlums to provide these
,vut- at a price and to
B> MONTGOMERY HYDE, M.P.
Aocording to Senator Kefau-
I nation-wide crime syndi-
- Btl in the Unite) s-..t,
It Is a loosely organised but
Cohesive coalition of aulonom-
OUfl irime organisations, which
work together for mutual profit.
Qhsshsssssg First
1.1.1,
activities are controlled
by a cynical partnership of
hoodlums, venal poUtsdnna and
conscienceless business and pro-
fessional men, including accoun-
tants and lawyers.
Helunil ttiein Mi KofaUVOl
even -ee. the hand of tha liana
though it must 1* m
there is no clear evideme ..f the
opiijiif.il of this subterranean
Italian organisation in the
United States.
However, despite the fact that
some of their conclusions may
be mistaken. the Kefauver
ConunltteO have revealed that,
now the great days of Prohibi-
tion are over organised gam-
bling, winch is illegal in every
Slate except Nevada. has
replnced bootlegging as the
- most profitable source
of Income
This and other fonro. of
organised crime go hand In
hand with the most shnrnalSSi
political corruption as Is
evident from the examination of
,i variety -4 witnesses before
the Senate Committee.
Bribery
extract fn
the
Hi
testimony of Mr. Thomas
Cawley. who Is described as the
undisputed gambling king of
the town of l-i Salic in Illinois.
Cawley admlUed In effect thai
he bribed the authorities lo
ignore his business by contri-
buting to their election expon-
Chalrmon.Do you know Mike
Iff Bert
Witness.Vcs. sir. He was
iff
but*, the ,mlhoittic lo Him n Chairman.How tnaCA did HN
hllnd e%e to Iheii existence. conirtbute lo his compaiu**"
>..,.; fads have emerged Witness.Fire hundred dollorj
, Kef iuvel. 10-JIB1--41. i"oi' '>. a>
r>mocrat from Tennessee and Witness.( xeerr asked him.
a I _>__- _..a^.. / These facts have emerged
from the inquiries being insti-
Mtad by Ins us Senate Crime
Ulna Committee under
lha ch.nrmanahlp of Senator
K.fu.ver. 48-year-old
Democrat from
. fr his party a noml-
| r l-resident The com-
mittee- nndldgs. which were
wjdel) publicised and televised
in America have now been pub-
Iwheri m this country-" "*>
tartling and unsavoury
i-ending.
Chairman.Mike Weer kneu?
u-hot business pou were in""
Wlfness./ ii'ouldn'l know
u-hefher he icotild or not.
Chair ma ".Why?
Chairman What tee teanf
get of is this. How can you
run down there without the
Sheriff knowing- tomethlwo
about if and doing so"iethino
aboilr If* ll is genera.Iw known,
is II not, (hat |/ou operate
these pfacecf
Wirness.Thai is nghr. I we
born and raised ihere. / ha-l
a good friend, the Mayor of
the town, and he wonanVl ll '
none of them politicians com
into our cily.
Chairman.He would nor let th >
Sheriff come la?
Witness.That is right.
Chairman.Do the people Id -
U. you think?
Witness.I think they do tWI
par cent of Ai
Walter Clark, a county Sheri 1
In Florida, near Miami WOI
asked why he violated his oa't-
h> letting, gamblers operate
openly in his country. I w. -
elected on a liberal ticket, an
the people want it and the.
enjoj it." was the brazen repl.v
I let them have what they want,
for the tourists down here" '
Pressed to define what he l
meant by "liberal." this aston-,
ishing Sheriff said 'Well. I .
not going around snooping In I
private busines and homes
The Sackings
Another aspect of tin \ .
can crime world Baa been the
extent to which various Federal
agencies, particularly the Inter-
nal Revenue Bureau have been
in league with the law-lre..k-
ers and have even collected
tribute from tbani.
Laxity In scrutinising income-
:.ix leiurns. submitted by known
gamblers and others, reached
IJOfl NaUkttnlMh pn>p":-li"i.
President Truman was obligi-'t
to take drastic action. Ai
Assistant Attorney-General am
several hundred revenue official
have been dismissed, prosceii-
tloiis are pending against some
of these officials on charge-, of
receiving bribes.
One such official even enclosed
a Government-franked envelope
in his letter demanding money
from a woman who ran a hou>e
of prostitution. He wrote: "I am
most grateful for everything
you did for me. but 1 am won-
dering if you could let me have
another 75 dollars or 100 dollars
to complete my repair and pain'-
mg job." Then he added.
"Please use the enclosed envel-
ope, which requires no postage,
at your earliest convenience'
It Is this alliance between
organised crime and corrupt
!>-.Utlcians that Is spotlighted I y
the Kefauver report.
Crime America, By Est<-%
Kcianter. (Gsllanes. lSs.1
WORLD i OI'Y*tCHT Kisimrn
L E S
OI II IWAaMM SAY:
7,... Bsssaf l'i, llv True? glands and would probably bo ture boys who moke Ihi
To the fditar, |hl /tdtocaie
SIR.Coo frot f* i nitti some of
the extraordinary material they
[ore apparently obliged to BrtBl
i doubt if your most li
.reader can' fail to sympathise
with the Nt.HT of the Meant*
Advertising. lM>t Handling copy
retattai ! certain sections of the
menl industry uiusl t>e
ID gratifying experience.
; About i third of the space on
page 2 of last Saturday's
Advocate wai taken )
pictorial advertisements
,,f entertainment for adults to bo
[seen in Bridgetown during the
(coming week In three of these
the heroes < ? > were holding ra-
il casually as they svould
hold daai eatnad to
be bOUt N tirl friend
ii bullet
: her skull. Two
..t
:, pathologlcat,
condition Typitied by gross en-
largement of *he mammary
belter dead any
"Haunted: Hounded'
saw the ghost that
kill........."
"Here they come'
West's mo-', dangeroui
Radmen ......
(Own1! most t
A lurther
tvei -,.ik..'i
notn
Believe, me I am a pure and
Only he diluted Philistine. But. as a gen-
flred to eral reader. I was interested tn
see your report of the last meet-
the old ing of the Cultural Association
. Sin-
The Suiuny Advocate, in the
pting woman!" best tradition of fair and accurate
xample "No song leporUnj, |ae a very readable
No gals ever zing- account of what was said at the
Imgier' with meeiing. Indeed, by the use of
down* of moonlight babes and a striking headline and heavy
bay.eutlful luncs in colour" is block type, it emphasised the
typical of the outrageous pollu- K'levances felt by the cultural
commercial Interests of groups In Barbados. May I say
.in rich end beautiful lavish ".grats on this high standard of
Language.
Probably a psychiatrist could
explain the workings of :, mind ""' sea that your leadcr-
nd of pub- wntar n Wednesday attempted a
i *\ ..lift evaluate ils efTeels on **** and wordy defence against
out readers. To me it appeared the charge of the cultural clubs.
emanate from "sr. on Saturday, the au->
Lunatic A^vltin-
CEC1LE WALCOTT.
Naw Gardens.
March 3. 19b2
/I.,.-.- Culture Boy*
To the Editor, (he Adrorate
SIR.I am not one of the cul-
thor of that inimitable feali
- also launched a
counter-offensive a g at n s t the
"culture boys." Obviously, some-.
body has been hit In a delicate
spot and he Is protesting vigor-
A BARBADIAN
THAT MONEY
DOLLARS, dollars, dollars . .Mayor Vin-
cent Impelletton tells New Yorkers that a
new 3 10s lax is being clapped on cat
owners and a 25 per cent, surtax OH liqum
licence fees. In spite of much banging <>.
drums, only 46.970 people have claimed i
.C 74-1.100 on income lax refunds for last I
year, but that leaves 1,100,000 more citizer.s
who could pick up 12.500.000 more if only
the United Slates Treasury could find them
KNOCK. KNOCK
IN ALEXANDRIA, Virginia, nffl H tl
KnowltM was stutj/mg the photograph of
"wanted" man which was flushed on her T\
screen when there was a knock ut her Iron;
door. Yes, it was the man all right, but un-
fortunately he heard the announcers voice
booming on about him, took to his heels and
.scaped.
MOVE
THE HORROR and resentment over th i
third air crash at Newark. New Jersey. hav
not only closed down the local airfield bi.
caused a strong movement to shift Nv
V/ork'a other two great termini. LafJuardi
and the international airport at ?t Idlewiu
COMMENT
JUDGE James Kirkland acquitting a Pent;
svlviitua Communist of alleged contempt <
Congress, says. "Even Satan would get a tail
trial in an American court."
SACKED
EN JACKSON, Mississippi, Sete Menl.u
Hospital officials frowningly admit that Uu\
have sacked "the most brilliant psychiatr si
in the South," He was Vincent Daly,
Detroit, who arrived from Oxford, Bert c
and elsewhere, and proceeded to establish
a terrific reputations Alas, all the diplomas
were written by Vincent himself.
THE HUMAN TOUCH
WE HAVE just celebrated Lincoln's birth-
day (February 12, 1809) and a reporter rang
up Carl Sandburg, acknowledged as Ameri-
ca's outstanding authority on the Grea:
Emancipator, to ask if he thought Lincoln
was a finer orator than Churchill.
In reply Sandburg told the following story:
Mae West was chided by friends for having
killed off two characters early in one of ho;
works. Shakespeare, it was pointed out.
would have waited for several scenes befoi
despatching them. Rejoined Mae: "Well.
Shakespeare had his technique, and 1 have
mine."
POVERTY UNI
THE Wall-street Journal produces rr>
favourite headline"Retailers mourn risir-<.
customer reluctance to part with money"
WHnnN a burglar broke into a church i:
Trenton, New Jersey, he reckoned without
the pastor. The Rev. Leonard Watson, who has
rejected several offers to turn professional
footballer, subdued his man with a ham me i -
lock and choke-hold, then held him with one
muscularly-Christian hand while he tele-
phoned the police with the other.
FUR IS THE SPUR
"SOME very naughty wisecrack* u
the round over the ''Mink coal scandals" (ex-
pensive coats were given to Washington i ftV
CasuV wives aj bribes) Sample "Minkie." as
the stories are called: Truman, allegedlv para-
phrasing a famous Roosevelt remark says.
"The only thing we have to fear is fur Itself."
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II l--i>\\ MAW II I. mt
II.VKIIVIMIS \I>\.K ATI
I'AflF FIVE
Three Murder Cases For Grand Sessions
12 Street Lamps To Be Erected
In St. Michael
Pleas Hoard Yesterday
A MID UU .
. ChM
Justiw Sir Allan Coll>: ,,, in lhe
Town Ili.ll
Mp thcl'hici Ji.-tK. valkad to the Bench
ompwiied by Colon*] R T. Michelin Commis-
i lire, and then the Court atood as the CV.
clamatlan for mry opening of the Curt uf

s
omeone's
8
IM juror* elect-
tO li.t thai eeMon* ..

Ofl ItM
.
was occupied with i.- |
of pleas and h> no cases were
heard
For t\
Thlrty-Cour-jPMi^oU labourer
ided guilty
al lhe Court of Grand Sessions


Novembar
19, 1951 -|.e CMfJ
o.llymore
sentenced him to 18 u i
pusonment with hard labour on
e-ch count iu mn concurrently
Mr F T. Field who pioiecuted
told the Court
that th MCllMd trai employed
sometime before he did these
offences and used to take orders
from S E. Cole A Co., for dellv-
for h. After he
't his employer he continued to
take these good* tor himself. On
seven occasions he obtained
these false order* and It was
only on :. hen he
fot an m that he
was caught.
The DM m had
i
there were
do lee*. tii.it. Bsssan aeoMtoai "
which the iiccu*ed had forged
tlirse orders and signed Ins cm-
i It 1MB.
Mouse Hrcakiiii:
His lordship the Chief Justice
n-olil 1,1-
18 months'
imprisonment with hard labour
house In
Christ Church nn Octuticr 28.
1951 an
inent with hard labour : b .1
Ing from a dwelling >
M 26, 1951. Best plead-
I i lies and
when .iked if he hu.:
to say begged Ix leniency from
the COW
Both sentences ire to run BOH-
enitrveij Pi
Emerson Howard told .. c uirl
.ant who
:
larceny and he wan sentenced to
men! with
otrance on
bcr 13. 1851.
"You mitht have killed the
boy and this is how murders, are
committed in the island. If this
kind of wounding continues the
Court will be obliged to milict
corporal punishment thai is.
the cat of nine tall n li no
good Coming here and begging
after using l kmO on the other
. ..
!
Si Dall M ..led guil-
wnh i hi i y 1. His
.
Before postponing U..
i .i I : 'In a
short time people will not be
safe to walk bout This stab-

BntUUf
< e was also
on Kufus Alonza Hit
iht> with
a goot. Maud Milthe
Hinds! thai he Is
Of age and I a.
I ting nothing of
to do a bit


HI l-.idship postponed sen-
it ihc eout i could
know iiv.,' II
Itertce dat-
^ustmg.
Sentence was at-o postponed-
on Seil-eil Trotman who plead-
i'i guilt> of stealing as a serv-
between
I, 1951 and February 4.
1952.
W. Borrow who p-
peared on l>ehalf of Trolman. in
asking the court to extend leni-
ency, said that the employer o!
the accused was not willing thai
he should be dealt with harshly
The accused was placed in a po-
rtion of trust end hb i
had given him some of the
things.
Sentence was postponed So
that Probation Ofllcer Walt-oil
could nnd out more about Trot-
man.
Tires Stolen
His Lordship the Chief Justice
Sir Allan Collymore also post-
n Hazel Nelson
who pleaded guilty ol
tires valued at SI 10 sometime
twtween December 14. 1951 and
January 2. 1952.
Mr. I. Williams con
Nelson told the Court that his
client wai acting under lhe in-
older boy. The
a> On Pare 8
Dr. Manning
Made P.M.O.
Of St. Michael
Dr. Charles ManninB was
> fiUUofl Parochial
Medical (Mice* ..f J*t Michael r.v
--' Michael Vestry Dr
Manning who ha* previously acted
as Paiochial Medical Officer dur-
ing lhe illness of the late p
i Mlcer Dr. Ralph King,
'>f three applicants foi
the post of Medical Officer
The other two applicants wen
Dr. D. A. Gale. HeOBea] P
lhe QeeVanl Hoepttaj end
Dr. P. O Header, Parochial
Medical Officer of St. Peter.
The other Parochial Mediva]
Officer is Dr. E. W. Roberts,
Mr, E. 1) Mottiej moved the
Ol of Dr Manning and
his motion eras lecorjaed by Mi.
don, Mr. T. w. Milie.
. i
inent of Dr Gale and his was
Orannutn No
.:.... iritl
: .. .. .
eventual!) appointed bv seven
votes to six. The voting was don?
by secret ballot.
Qualiftcationa
In moving the appointment of
Dr. Manning, Mr. E. D Mottlev
fid that It was true that Dr
Gale possessed outstanding quali-
fications and was familiar with
modern methods, but Dr. Charles
Manning had been acting Parochial
Mtnii.,1 Officer for about 12
if ogn tn own mixing
people, he knew that
during that period he had given
admirable and painstaking
service.
If Dr Manning were not an
applicant, he would have had no
hesitation In voting for Dr. Gale.
He said he knew that on
"caaions when other-
ODttld not be found to ad Mi the
capacity of Pa oohla) Medical
1 A rr. l)i. Manning was ready
willing,
He hop d tint tli.-,. who could
I i'i Hippo t Dr. Gale then would
support him on another occasion
/hub he believed would not be
very distant as there was a
OOrapulfOry retiring age.
rather'* Service
Mi J. W. Hewitt supported Mr.
MotUey's motion and made men-
the i* v.ct- Dr. ItannJngfg
lather hud done for the community.
Mr Miller who moved the
. Pixmitinviit of Dr. Gale, said that
he had wrthlngj against Dr.
Manning, but looking at it broadly
D) i hVi lather was member
i I the Vestry and had not only
.served the parishioners as a mem-
ber but also In the Legislative
i del not of
c urse make him eligible, but
besides that, he was very
He felt that Dr. Manning would
lave no gtouse whatever If he
were not appointed and said he
b Utved that Dr. GoL- had more
time to spue f. r the Job as
Parochial Medical Officer than Dr.
I
Hon. V. C Gale abstained from
VcUng.
2ml Larture On
Aeroplane I Inn-
. ton ol the larleg
*hich will be given to members
of the Barbados Light Acioplane
: the public, tab
I the British Council, Wnke-
deld" at eight o'clock tonight.
Tins lecture will also be illus-
trated by a film show The film
to be shown is Part 2 of 'Why
An Aeroplane Flies." Thi* deals
v ith Defective Control, Stability
;-i.d Forces in Balance. Tbe first
part of the him was shown to
a large crowd last Tuesday night.
Mr. Stanton Toppin will act a?
lecturer. He will inswer queries.
Mighli-ngalv
//owe I xliuiliil
W. K. COX
.Ht7"r Barbados \ <>< SOCial Advertisement
Revolution l*m/-WmtU.&A.
In Britain
Mi. W K Co*, An..
Manage, of -he CaterpUlU TrarlOi
I i : kin b load the
> I l.s t7///Y.\/VAM that theri
M. Justice J W. U Cf.ene.yV1f,,f0,e,,h-' ,w,v'" 'V'-'V'
who returned by the && tiolffU ',' tttvu "Ul1 -ISA.
on Sunday eita no whn kn*" ^h'"" '" '>'" Barbu-
Onited Kingdom where he Ud ."" '" " '!1*"- bul """
been on -v nvwUW Itotldag "bout the Island whui.
told thl Advocate that ifUn U ls ''w 'ban 12 hours by plane
absence "I 2U years, he was iromlhicago.
truck and impressed by the "*' '>"* >"' '' the island Were
Odal revolution which had been better advertised in thOM* and
cconiplished in England sligtillj "thei pai*ts of the USA and
and unobtrutiyohj during
oi DO othc.
hanges ot auch far
the people
quite sure
would CM
inng eapeclaU]
told alxiut it, he
that many rum
ie hero for
I the wtntei
could have been accom- month:
phshed vrluioul itrauung the Mr. Cox who i* 01
i *iety. and South Ameri.an |0Ui
XondlUOni continue to be interest of his linn. ealUn her*
0 many respects and the Ust week M H W I A. f i
hops hu alleviation U noi >-, ui Jl:.,it ,,.*'. holtdaj borqgt
"""^'. -< unuing hutoui He ....
purtenu point to the IntensUVe- .ltnir^ bv hlM __ v ., -
uon of toe hard coiuiltions. hut \?!nE , ,,J ,,,", .,,.
the cnaracterist.c Kngl.sh pat- "^JM St iSm waTaraV or.
ie,e and g.-K. humour will no Jf * ^^^S
' the naat" ,(T'a'v,,> been to Barbados, but than had
',, is T.II England" bo >*". *vei"nl *"W '^wrieeta and
thai all change*. ***** repseaeoUlives I
fail to oumirb the tvei leoo. 5 l"" ll"wn '"r,'l Tjns was hu
first visit to the Islai d ai
Throughout (he pOrtOd of his i"lpn*se.l by what he I
stay m hngnuM ..it < mm r> when hi retanu borne- and talks
Ba.o tnat the woild outlook hau about ran visit he knows it will
itrei el) unscitiio aim eretta Intarofl among his Mend
tin -nuations in Persia and and aseodates.
Egypt in particular, caused the
biiush Government cnuicss con- Firms Advertisement
cern and no solution was yet in Bnoiuung oi (ater|)illar's adver-
Ugbt lUIng det>artment. he said that
i i... Uht) ipend millions of dollars
HI holiday advertising In papers an <
i., mil aim was sorry when dne* throughout the gro
n '" i in, realise ocdK* thai Iht) 11 did
months had pasjpli
rsown. nassauneture .....i who) Lheaa pro
Hi am thai i.e was aide k. rtU(.,s ,.,HI|(| (lll ( clvaXr. ., ^.
. and associations wlii.a ,jl|(f,,i of living and incldenUil-
hadI been inieuupted for a pel-iod ,y ^ditionnl wealth fo, all coun-
. .^i < ii ; He wi parti.ularly .. ,.,.,. .ni|||ul f>.lt,lu,u
nehanted b> ihe opporlumtv he used
unl.iu" (Umpherc ' "------ ' """>" l~"k " !" <"
i ats of learning.
iihuiK on sport he
THE ELECTRIC COMPANY will orocl II nn
Mu-hael. llu- Conipuny I -
In thfdr wttgji
>tated that llu- u'miiieiiients in
Baxbau 'in.p..i tiu-ii prejgeHII Ctpgioltl

rd the Companj to install M, l
thgQ could not install the rcnta*
mpanj errata that the position with ro.i..i
semi tbt prgtsinl available rapac ,
itv was inau got properly the total demand anr
trterefortj had to call halt In general to new
Mr, always* .
I tupplj foi itreet light-
.....
n\ >' the pubit<

the immediate instaU
the 12 lamps. , ,
With regard to the remalnlu llnal space has been buo
2? lamp ' Nisniesujaii home iTofci m
-...i.i i
Bjdut t"i ii Hi. lldron,
m Whan the Voaury wai inJorrri
-.hewn The dollverj period with lhe coragdeglon of thi
I i : aw i i gej i MJ llotuV
. \ to pi
lei pare a M ruu h
it- much it cost per capita to
'' "f suppiie- infcsrmi
If V uon t oth- \. trial ind al"
already idty ""' '"'^'-"y '"n*ls.
ot the present n
rhaj were bopeful howevei
that something would soon be
done.
Consideration of the Urtl
deterred until I
resentalixe WOUsd bt pi
After lhe letter was road, Mi
Mottlev suggested that
. Coanpan* |,
* Hi.it tree llu
$1,000 Granted
r'or He/mint
on the raotleo ..t Mi Wh
$iij(h) mot
to old age peii-i'.ri. |
thousand doll.n
V.'*'\(.......'," .y/",,.y,""","" ...... "'|> been iseM rot such ropal
dinu-ieii ol ihe light at in ... .-, _, ,. .
n-ilm ll i.i ihoi Hi i M' ^Mhinoiids said that t
......*-*- j.......
i from getting i
. .,<,.., ,ni1 as lhe rainy season end ma
svj should Inspect the ,^",'
WIN WITH
SPAioiNG
OVtR 70 YfcARS OF SPORT
8_G_SAL D IMC A B R 0 S ^l7T"0 1

that i
which lu
I itifTusion.
c A Brathwalte


mi ihe
uld
M
CurbYourPile


IVnsio,,
'
I a. ,.. oi luainieniinee oook oti n sswaj gr id that
are ( the Uluetrated
ai toon
he enioyed seeing the great Frank ,,''% !h''^ l,ooks ,h"
Worrell and Evert.m Weekes at rnslatct i"lo -eyeral language,
the very top of their form Including Spanish Port
when playing for the Common rTOtarn and Swedish.
wealth against an England XI . ..__.. _._____|M__ ,.
at Kingston. During the mm We have nor ma; him ^
match, he also saw Ramadhm at * Boibados and the p.
ry deadliest. The per- ^^ talked to who .
M of those three gianu "P^sk highly of them. I am no-,
filled turn with hope that they surprised l>y this because these
would repeat In Australia, the tahotl .:ned and bu>It
successes which had bean tbetn h> do haevy work such aa that re-
during the English tour, but tale quired In sugar cultivation.'
willed it other win He said that Caterpillar
He said that he saw some machine* are not labour displac-
Pttndld ti>othnll when wat.hlng Ing machines The. supplement
arns as Tottenhkin Hot- labour and do the heav> WOTSt
purs, Arsenal. Muncheitir ( ii>-. which today Is more proJU.-ibl>
Manchester United and Chelses. carried out with siachlrM
II U lets H ployee Alt > Payne,
.i .if the Bt
Iniirmarv. bulled him This
will be paid on thi n eipl ol the


The Teatn d-id.- present lhe do not need Iht
sceelecs "f thai. N Weehes
a pmmuler id < Ii Ie heautt
m.i eullure in and fOOasd
in. ell. nut sutiiirti* Mr
w/eekea h*d wriltan asTaraaj
Ins s.rviie* |a UU \e.tr.
I V. Itrj Will pass
ition of the Cornmls*
of Hi R ItOl Ir.....
1

to submit a priority list
mains whieh mlghl I-- in luded
in ihe D theme ("i
I

-. i
I
i
Puerto Rico
he .. ill ,
.

can be d.iiie ln-Mer with
machines and enables labour to
he employed in skilled trade*
where earning power is consider-
ably higher than the rase of had
hnrd manual work. Thus lhe
country and tin iieoplc benefit
fiom such mechanization
200 TRY TO GO
ON "DEFENDER-
EDO men and boys waited
Ie and outside of the
Hurbour Master's Office yester-
day morning trying to gain selec-
tion on the Harrison Line Steamer
niindu
Of these only a small number
were selected including eigh*
firemen and four galley ratings
<'tl:ers who were not selected
remained around the office for I
long time after midday.
The Defender eypects to leave
today.
He also saw some of the top
ranking professional Icnnli
players in their exhibitloi
matches at Wemblev and while ir.
Oxford witnessed some excellent
hockey games.
He said that he shared in Hi
NH ! n nt of the General Elec-
tions and joined in the public
Kin, Ge"en v.''' ^ "** ' I***1"* Business
POM.C dranu.ll/.lion. ..,d .coital" "" "" hired to tc^-h .,lh^
iii.i! .i!i,,ln exhibition. 0f Poplc how to u thei-,
tultuto and painting, m all Ihc " ,hp*'' und ",hrr "P^ratlon;.. T(^
'hief mii-s he had '-l.ltcd v-olk "* tcachina user, the .
::w of the eqAiipmenl (- n
o ennr -r. ,*-., uuled out hy Ihc Cot.-.1.111..
3-FOOT TURKEY dealer ori.nla.tlon which
/ llve-day-oh. turkey, owned hiltlict and reci.finiwd ON bW
b> Mlu Manun Yard* ol Mall'. In the world.
Land, Hank Hall Croa. Road, has Elortrtc Sale, and StTVaM ..
. feet. Two are Joined to. the dealer* in thin territory'.
"l''''r Mr. Cox I. familiar v
The turkey k h.-.dthy and hu manufacture and la always In-
ood appetite lereated In Meini how
that will be admired
Pick & Pick and English Fancy
Worsteds.
In handsome shades of Fawn.
Grey. Blue and Brown.
f/iese are all new arrivals
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Hlaik'-urrinl. lU^phrrr... \iu,,..t
1:1 ili uri.Mii 5 H
KulMTtMin* Marmalade in 1 lb faeai
i...l.l.-i Shred. HVOV -*hred. Si-ut-h
Oroesfi * ?a
i: i.- i..... ftill .l'>iri| Jam ..... 63 37
Kul-rlsun* (.liner M i'in.l..ilr.......... W 91
lie
34c
ntnra Veil Loaf per tin t>4e
Deary l.e ( hee*e Nprrad per pkt. 3e
rJrnl*! Irlni su*ar aer pat. 47r
Apte I'ea Nut Butter per Jar ilr
I).-mnor Honelev. Ham* A lbs. tin Si e.<
llrnmi.r Hmi.li- II.m, .....?', lbs. tin S3 7S
Sirifdlr* Sir wberrln.. Rjtpberrle*. C*errle* per tin 94c.
Kee (irspc-,. mack V*' "n r-
Krjft Wham Pr tin 4Bc
inihMn ran rim


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IIARIUDOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. MARCH . 1162
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AITOMOTIVE

T.i.. in raid >-
. t*i*i.d Gora**.
4 3 M~In
HM For l.i!ihr p.
I A CllUc. 'JuQIOT
ikee'e. Phono 1331
c o Bo* .u *
CAR KuMtn AM, i T s K...I- D-...
M lUI-Jn
K* IMO Wale..., 8 *> It.OM .ultra
Man IM1 MorrU Minor
mil*. A-l candlllan Toft Royal
i ivtophotiv *Md
: '2 4k
Morrw hp IBM Moo-! MM
A..pl> "lK.fch. Kl: SI...1
l ft s si 3n
FLECTKICAL
Marie i Co
riAsm-ioirr tiattfiiif*-
r and Retail TITV (.ARAt.r
I II 1 S3 1 I n
URMTDRE
PI VIII V\l I S
REAL ESTATE
U\MII
MorSE Brand ne. ample S baawaawt
bau. aU (onvfweM. with pulv
aired llvlt-a room, ope a verandah. iiVf-
and oUUt/ room O.iage. taundn. 2
TtaM ream* and totag* roam uivaei
Un -ttraetiv*. nlttaMe Bo. Ruckle) New
odd). A taiw< Co Lid Dial *4"
CLXRK-A Lad C
with a knowloif
t'pcrHing. and a'
Appl. h,
ente and capability
l
I '... L-..
H ahnrwianfl
AUCTION

IVIlt- I
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER "",
Ooll >
Marrh tin at
I'lr-totd BaraaM
Va(i r**h Half
Oat
IBB) BMMBra-
i KftBBi i T#1 "
r (.Hirrmi.
1 1 M*n
la .dah -l( alao
.la* and Tiin KiMmttdl* ol
advantage, canv.aaliig mil d
>m lira *'> Apply B- letter to Barrator'
Pi Ida V 'roan himi further pirtkii ran li
omV l ****__________________itm-u.t
SHIPPING NOTICES
M..! M
Al.AN
B) NX UNI,
S- TEKOA
from Adelaide reb.ua* Ifttfe. MalbaawBa
February BHh. "jdne. Maich lh. B*u
n- Marcl ISih. (rmii al Tilnldad
lllft and BaiBidBi about
\p.ll lllh
In addilum to aBnaral rardo thla vaaaal
>aa ampla >pa. lor rhillad and hard
f|ul|B Nlfs.
lana, La-aard and Windward
AB*r.
I'VDER TIIE SILVER
HAMMER
0>r ..f Mi-
'Aan Vurl
*.rn _BB* iiiMlt>.
KouM Tip-Twp DUlintl Taotr. VprulM
CbaBra. v% food > Chal
Mlrd Mir boa id, Omantfnl TftBtra,
t'pholr. Am Chair. Harkrra. Unit
kn fkfabrwany cu-
oindlr lion RodaWoda and Brda. Mahofj
Dtmiu Table, ft W. Chaira. L*ro*r.
Thrt* Bumrr OU fcovr. Good Cofft*
Mill. Kl*h-n UUnalla. 01a Doora.
Window* and Mnottm. FVrnt and Mhrr
tAIAIMAN--ri Commlaalo
tnialnaaa Opf>>>rtii"tl> \n trv
a lilt raotd D-oniotlOn lor H|H'. ma.
mill phot.'
......MM
til tH
I'.Tllllll
I II J
MI^CEIXANEOL'S
Hovn ta
- ranlal.
mum M
U II In
Mr NT r>imialird
M John d.atrlct < I
M| parliruUra lo
J 3 .-*.
TAniF Onr d'l.intT tab).
T IfdJ WSM
.....i. Horn mahogam |
I - < BBBh 1 :"il ot SIC
tale 1
v

HH-NHni
M CO- '
MTAOI iin h*stih
rnah paid or mmnandiar
latin Amaru, wanlrd alx>
POULTRY

MISCELLANEOUS
,. CAM
1 1 ft
HOUDAV mm An 'i looklnu
Mil- W- hav- in-
nmanblai vl dtdpK and i Hirlmiln* roloiirfiil fc-rn.i
TIANI W
t t i

n.vr!f -.
BflaHa. orBPr i
MtrflMAS
UK T*nVf narb.do* Via*. Pur*
<1i S. ,-v w tl' "il'irf.il He. ,
1-larul t3M fivrti THAN1**
P- Wm Ih sirr-t
IM HI II VOIM I S
NOTICE
WOOD
.....Kl
Gums Bleed.
Teeth Loose!
ITISOFn-NStRPRISINO
how quickly backache. itifT,
chins mmclei or jofnia,
fcibay, rhcumanc pain* and
i-nmmon urinary iruubln dur
lo impuniir* in the blood can
br nvercocnc.
strong, active kidncyi lafc-
Ejard your health by training
npunitr* and haraiful waates
out of the iyiem. When
kidney action n inadequate and
fail* m filter the blond properly.
*< jour
pain anal
treouent reauha.
Doan'i BackBdw Kidney PkM
brins happy nJM by helping
lo cleanM the kidne> filtan
and to itirauaiiinf their action.
You oan rely upon thai weU
known diuretic and urinary
antiaepac. Many thcajaaoda of
trateful men and women harm
testified to the good health
they nave rega inert by taking
Doan'i Pilh.
4 ' CACIiJVl WL
will areaayl Carso and
>m.M
r/r. t-ANinr will atetaW Carao
rmmiiii lot X. Lucia.
.r-r.ada and Aiuba-
a-llrtt WpdnooBB)- rtlh inei
Tba M/V 'MONl^CA' * ae-
eapt Canto "nd PaatW'Bara for
V lagua. Montaarrai.
NrMi and l KHU. SaQlnf Pnatay
ItM
Tha WV "CUkRA *> aeeaB*
Cargo and Pajrajira tor Naaaau
and Bahama. Dale ol aaUlng lo
M MobBM
f I BCHOONTJt
ASBOCIATION lIMCi
lonalcnM Ml No. MM
SbuvtuJiip Qo.
BW#BWh KidavPUIaBaP
'/I
W-
Nrw to.k r\-H-r
FOOTBALL
Sccfftanei of Clubs aiv
Baked to collect lixtures for
the 1952 B-A-F-A.. prason
from the Honorary Secre-
tary of the B A.F.A.. eitlin
at the liBrbado- A
r at the Barbado* Pres*
(hib ituililniK N<
Street.
4.3.52 In
ib-PAT. NEWS FLASH
n un'w . .
Cavalier
Hand Painted Jugs
FALCON WEAR
Made in Englmd
4 PL Capacity
1 Pt $2.00 eaeh
I'LASTIC BY THE VAItO
In Beveral Colour*
NOTICE
tHI r\! l-ll Or 11
II i*-i*q*i* r firm. den.
.' re kindly aaaad to
inH to the iindafaignad
It S FKASF*.
FOR RF.Vr

far HfMuitm ...
Atirvrlisf in lltr
I ill Of 4114-
PH.BS
can fco Cured
Tbtix a. JjMjMiuit of
I arTr- awawi igQBj *-., t
;M F ihle, I
that BT- ; ...i4yjM.ar.xk
- r-in nd r,
the irrfary w
Malteaeonad'i.oi *,aft
him BBOVt M. I
will tell fo -it,
h , n g
Bw4at one* -topi the ii.t- ,i-
S jBJioo uxf cleaia away inieiiial. teinal,
Ht at BaVtflina: pubb.
H : i. je in whuh Man Zan ia
Bold inaket. dug preparation to eaay and
F B) :v Tjv iK wk 'HJiply. With
f r -.cial BBplioBBMr > naitally infhra ts
f i uriww uVmoBt (JirrHiilttflM.
R-.Teinbei lh> n.ime of thii
feme jr pile trouble
ManZan
PILE REMEDY
HOUSES
'ilTMFNT' Self ronMlned Ap.n
-..n.- of rn|i>.h faanui . v
Ai.pl\ XVZ Baibadoi Advo
I'A i HA tlalhtM-ta, Bt Joaeph ApftlV
I . W.iUv WnWI, lllndtbur-
>;.*d. V Miehael MU-a
MFTIFSFOnn -Mai
Hi...I >' .11.
: March. 3 lied
ronvrairnrei
Phone SlBl
NOTICE
THF PiirrM-hlnl Tr.
Michael will be '<-.'
rti ,Tlav. *tn M II
l-lt(V II HtlRToN
I .1 Tre>in
Stop Dyorrhea and
Trench Mouth
in 24 Hours
ni.-Jiiit f..m. aara aaotuh. at jaoa*
We want to buy STAMPS
COI.I.H.TlttSS ami l>l>Ulh\TS TO
l>> IWOf'VT FOK SPOT CASH
at the
CARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY
3r Floor No. 10 Swan Street
aVBAI AimCAB .uled Ilrt Pebruary arrlvra B do. ih March. IBM. \ MTAMCII aaua Blh March amvea P do. IMh March, IBM.
NEW irftl^ANS rTCKVICK
B "I.IBBPVnXaf ititod IJth Fabruary -\ STKAMKH aalla ITth Pebruar* arrive arrive. B'doa lt i'-n... MB I"1' March. IM> MSB, tKl
rAMADIAft rwRTRV
aot TBBOt'ND
Naaaa al -h. -.n. Balll.a Arm., Barkadai
Al^-OA PLANTW ., -altoa prcAaua"...... "ALCOA I'lLCHIM...... A "*TF-AMDt...... A sti:amf.ii ...... A sTEAMER ........ lltli Februany Rlth Pebruarv l+tll K-.rvli Vrd ktarch lllh April Itt May Slat Tebruary IBS March MUl March lnd Afitil ?3rd April llth May
Theae vc*arIt have limited paaaenger ccnmmodallon.
KOBEKT TUdM LTD. NEW TO AND GULF -nun
iPFl V- DA rOBTA rO I-TDCANADIAN aTKBTfCW
NOTICE
.AftuscV.
I -vrnluallT
.,1Lfl 1.1
SAGUENAY TERMINALS
CANADIAN SERVICE
Ennri St. John and Halifax. N.S.
CIIAJfl-Iw'olCMoNI) KNIdllT
iv.......I
N < .Tirr IS IIFIUFBV C.IVPN Ih-H BU per.
on. havml an> dcUl Or Claim. Bgaimt
Ihe rotate ol Charlea Ormond Knlghl.
ileceaard. late of Roach*. Plantation In I
Ihe i-n.h ot Balm Lnrs in thl- Uland i
Sio died on Ihe ITth day ..I teplemher
ill. I.I..1..I- ....... n
pi.rtlriiUri of theit rlalina BUI* otlcalcd to
thr underaiaried IIMA MILLICrNT
KNIOIIT r.. Me.tr. CaTilnatnn A Bealv.
x-.l-.tm. Lutai W.ecl. R-. .-
or before the Blh day ol May IBM. afl^.
uhlch date I ahall pcoee^ '" diatrlbirt*
Ihe aiaeta of tlie dereiied among thf
portlra entitled thereto bavin* ie-rd
aati. m uu-h cbilma of uliKh t .hall then
lottc* and I will not be liable
tor the aaact* or an* part I hereof ao dla-
Irib.Had lo ,ri perann n| whoar debt of
tin lot I "hull nof then h**> had nntlee
AND all p**"" li'debii-d to Ihe aald
eotata ar* reqiieated to willr Ibafl <
dabUBtiBBl without 1!
llnlc-1 Ihl. 3rd da* of M-i h IBftJ
Il.iTA Mn-t.fCtTNT KNIOUT
Un.>IIHed Adminlatralrta ol the blatc
liar* lpread
u.roucnotit the world ao mat now acien-
li.I. aay Ihat four out of "i"**J_0W
' ajid.' MB akaaa wBtaaad LroraM S
.. ivr LaaaEai |a*TnBB aaa aafi
, I :,- ,.' UaK M MM aBBBBl IwBawal.
II at and heart troable
Kww Discovr> Sovaf T-arh
Awoao Uja dlacertrir of ar. Amerkati
a iVgutrk "'' PB*tta* rtt'i't i "'
li| tlie Tery Bnl day. qulrat> lakta IhB
aoreotaa out ot you* mouth, and -on
V 11,1'pa Ule leMh The folio- laBMI
[, m Mr W W II hooa (h- T*-ull hal
maaon i- I't I "UTerrd liipaTreach ,
Mguu. atii" Pyoiihra lor ten >''* MI
r.a -ere ^ie anil ol-edma .M I hai
-Hi. whib. aavcraf otbar taaHB
, l,.(1i.r all the lliae. I I.I'd
it n
a. cat
Awaaa* ro/ ai

_____daea aan lb I' .
a.v laoar i"t" ". anirh II*:
Guwewntaed
Awaaar .orka aa faai and
.1.1 II I. (u.iantaed to *l (row blaedlai. and aora nauiii and IkarJ
'" '-your compute aati>Tanvn.< .
ao r-lafli Of empty parkafe
j 1,11 on oatiig vein la.th "
.Trring the danarri ir
d brail Iroublr Oel
Amosan
Tor Pyorrhci. Tr-Pch Maulh
. CM hoiiraali'. ..
a araafca I taaBd ihal
WIt.rOWl
'SfNDTAI.
SUN RAY
\ Vawafl :
AUCTION SALE
TO-DAY
at Ralph A. Beard & Co.
I niii' (in ilium stock, ni'w and second hand
NO KESKKVE PRICES
MUST BE SOLO
?
John >l. Bladon A. i'u.
awl
-I Fel.
II Mairli
JT Match
lapertad Arrli
Hate.. NridtM.i.
I'd March
m March
3 April
11 April
IMTID KINGDOM MIIIIM
FROM SWANSEA. LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
U.b.4..
UNITED KINGDOM AND CONT1NENTAI. SERVICE
Aajcttaa alarbi m
Aurlioneers
II a.m. Kefreilwiifnls Avniluble
aaaab I PLANTATIONS LIMITED Phone 47as
'-'........iioooe.uaniinnaiii
AT CENTRAL EMPORIUM
(C.rn.r Broad 4 Tador Simla)
You will And line auortmenl ol ;
I lltl'IMI US' nuns
r Bu> TO-DAY or pav ,,,.,i. TO-MOKROH I
1
1.
eeeeeefiaeeieeee.te'.
SEE Om BE.XVTIFI'L
PATTERXS OF
CONGOLEUM
in Squares and by the
Yard
O-CEDAR
POLISH
Shop r4mifiiifiillfi
GENERAL
HARDWARE
RICKETT STREET (Opposite Po-tt Office)
. ,+,:.'..:,:*.***,*.
lt\IU.\l\S
Ihvff rvpvl 1 oinpi-titinn n if in, to hiti, A Oil
j $ THE POLISH FOR A
I ^ JRIGHTEft HOME
^ OX'KDAR POLISH
t-oz. tins fa 32r
12-oir. tins m KHr
2-pl. tins Q 1.33
I cln. lin- 7, S*M
OTEDAR MOPSS2.S5 each
WET MOPS
lu Mr and 81.52 each.
I I us suppls vnur
reqnirrmrnls.
:: ::
PLANTATIONS LTD.
.'.*..*.*.'.* -
fX Thr.ll* mid l-viaiiiei- CaVoir A ^
*"*-" i : sPU
WrV/rWAV/rV/#V,'*V///,' > ej__,
i:\fKfTMO\.\M. VALtJBS
A1C. P lb.
72c. Per lb.
72C. each
30c. each
many
itlll SS LOOKS I.KXTV "Ol SIIIOI II A
LMPT nan. WAN.CV i.oons
nm I.enu Veabt 2 foe -Puns White A Sorka. Lovely A Mate....... gftr.
(.old ?f-.. Up Slrang 3 for $1 00 lied Tick
\frleaii Prlnl. %l ah Up 56" wide H 14 yd.
Print*, from 3e. (.r&adrat Variety In Hhlrla VeceUble
Itomeatle 3fe. frsn 9le up IMahew ... tl.SJl
Calico 5?f. U.K.. Strong Bwaal Broeatlp Tie. Culton one* 3 for SI OB Carpeta g) Ruga 3 31 up
U.K. Strong lll.lTlkcl-. 1 -11 .1 1
1 mill- Sir. Jep*e> Silk. | It Silk.....4 for SI 00 Striped lmini.il. ft Rfl Quality ..... ? Suit Caaea 2 H np
Plain Irwptral* -' 'in
Imb AiutUlae 1 M KruU Hull ..Ml?
lii.on "-hi.ru BBC. IliifiUrtr fl t
1 lowered Spun Hfr Hois i4|i< -.inn- it. at rare, and Several I'aeful
\ (-..lllll. 1* >c real reduction*' Cine-, at Special Krdur-
waMaTBwaafal >l '" Hun- li 1. i s t* 411 ear li BBBwB.
.......,..,...,._.,,_ 'yee*aaaaa>
B.XHK.UXS al
G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTD
*.- .^^^^*e*-<.*^,eV*^Vay*,dve,e,eA^^
TIIAM ItltOS
HF.NRY STREET
,*f*,*.*.;;*,*e*,',*.'ti's*S.'Ss:*,
THE HOUSE OF BARGAINS
'V>'AV.V/VAV>,,V,V.',V.-/-V,'.VAV/,'-*.'/
MM1'
1 V-
"MAGI"
HEALING OIL
is Rood value. Use it for
coughs, colds, colic and diarr-
Wwwa and externally fur cuts
and bruises, s p r a in s and
Good (or your stock
and poultry too.
TRIPLE VALUE IN ONE
BOTTLE THATS
"MAGI"
HEALING OIL
-STOtM iTMOt IT -I'.r'


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Now is the time
to recommend
'SULPHAMEZATHINE'
SODIUM SOLUTION 16%
for the
c nt.ol of
COCCIDIOSIS
in chicks
I our laWespoonflils of'Sulpha-
meraihinc' 16% solution should
Ik- added la veQ gallon of
drinking water urunedUrtcfy it
cocckliosis is suspected.
' Sulntwui./.iilint. sodmiii Sulnrion 16 '.,
IMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LTD.. WILMSLOW, MANCHESTER /|T7>
* Hdblldie'l COnp.Iif ( l.f" |f Old I,-,,-,,-!
A. S. BRYDEN I. SONS (BAP ADOS) LTD, AGENTS
Tins Brisket Beef (4 1b) 4.20
Tins Aylmer's Fruit Salad 85
Pkgs. Shredded Wheat 48
PAGE SEVEN
STUART & SAMPSON'S
EXPERT BLENDING
PROTECTS THE
FLAVOUR OF
S. & S. RUM
STIART & SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
HrMquarWn tai Ri Rum
HURRY! HURRY!
AND
! SELECT THESE
NOW
i-nva 2-Tb
Tin* Morton* iiiimai
in,., (ornrd Mutton
T1l llr.,kf,-l Roll""
Tin. Unb Teiicur
i - Vral Im(
Imperial Vlrnni s ,,..,-%
l>r,.- Small
Tin* II .Milr,.r >|. !k
CirUUne In PKki
Tin. milt i ... ki...i
Tim milt >.i.ui
LNCE & CO.
I A I KOI HI I K ST.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
t*H IAI. r t 111* urY now ilblc roMr BmSSm Tnt-rj.idr.
N|.< i^lilMcin iimI Sk.iii Sir., I
Usually Now Usually Now
4.00
80
42
Tins Anchor Powd. Milk (21)
2 35 2.12
Tins Smedleys Peas 49 46
Pkgs. Jello Puddings 23 19
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
\ \ A II I
I. HIM I UN S
A BOOK FOR
GIRL, WIFE AND MOTHER
WOMANHOOD
BY
MARGARET MOORE WHITE M.D.. London, F.R.C.S., England. M.RCOG
ON SALE AT . .
ADVOCATE
STATIONERY
Hi . i St. fit Greyitone. Hastings.
Suy it!
TRY IT!!
am
MENIERS CW2
BREAKFAST COCOA
2.V
45<
III -i'l< Ih'imj; nulriliotiH you'll havr no Irouhlr
Kelting I hi- rhiMrt-n to drink it. Thi-y'll Ion It!
(1ET YOt'KS TOIiW
On Sale at all I. -.1... OlaWW.
K. J. HAMEL-SMITII & CO. LTD.
Mis.li ilni hus
'Phone 17 Itt -o- Ifridtfr Slrrl
'. **', ',',,'*; '*'.-. *- *.'>*-*!*, **.'-v,'-^
uppiiZA
Jl ST TO HkMlO\,% WWW ITEMS NOWOPEMXG
nCNDSB TAPE
II i i LOID SHEETS
( ..|(K SHEETS
FLEXIBLE RADIATOR HOSE
GREASE 1L'NS
nil, CANS
HEAR VIEW MIRRORS
MATTERY CABLES
BATTERY HYDROMETERS
! :KI(V ( HAIU.EK BULBS
iiKiii pressure AIR HOSE *^"
HOI PATCHES AND VULCANIZING KITS
i N IN VALVE GRINDERS
UNI VALVES All Model*.
DECARBONIZINa (BASKETS SETSAll Models
GENERATOR ARMATURESAll Models
LODGE SPARK PLUGS
VALVE GRINDING COMPOUND
(iASKETGOO for Sealini JoinU
II' ILTS AO^'A-TECT for wter prooflni 'initton Wire*
RL'BBING COMI'OUND
NIZ KLEEflER AND WAX
HOLTS WONIMK WAX
( HAMOIS AND I'OLISHING CLOTHS
LICENSE DHilTS AND PLATES
ALL TYPES MECHANICS* TOOLS
Ml/. //I//.. DIAL U49 FOR YOUR REQUIRE-
Ml \ TS, /-'/./. SIREI.V HAVE IT"
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. MARCH 4, 1M*
I
I
Know Your Footballlaw iv
Thunder Wins In
Second Regatta
Our Yachting Correspondent)
WHO said a Tornado ct-uld not sink* Well, one over-
turned and sunk i>ri Sunuay. It was the first lime since
Tornadoes began to race in the island that one went so far
titui* i water.
It w a good fight between
Thunder and Edril m the Anal
round but Thundei kept the lal-

Formerly it was believed
this type of boat would only rest
li .mil t-k<
inches of water. iiui Bn
Jill. Ill
iaa^fc^^L aV ^K BMOdajr"! racaa, overturned. was
PLAYERS' EQUIPMENT > 3 I m"' d bout wen complete^
A PLAYER shall not wear anything which is danwi-- ^3 M flM ""Jp* (( Tpa.
ous to another player. Boots must conlorn, u h.; Mto* ^L K ]M J*~'SUSttl^SA
InK stanuarda :all bars and alud* must be made ol k..th oraoll rubber; nailagliull bedlivun in Hush with the leather ^------) L |u :>ml wax third urouod the buoy. A
or rubber; bars shall be transverse and flat, not less than C- 3 law ec..nd later the overturn..
half an inch in width and they shall extend lor the total -------------------------- Ml T'y ami cr.w Mas Wil- jjm
width oi the boot and b. rounded a. the CO. || f||w &? *&, ^iS5l"^S? E
M ^Sfca S5 Cflfc** "* r*qu Noire Dame . ?&*
aSbrfS5^ JM^^tt .)r.lw Match rw^f;
,,,, than the mmii metal the type of short* worn bjr seen* liriln lUilltll tmggie which usted *- in
seating for the screw trpe of Btua, players. For example. Uh ,....-, nour" th-y .'"""''V tl Break-
no metal plates even though cov- in the picture is scarcely seen in The Collcge-Notre Dame First away to the Club mooring. A
ercd with leather or rubber shall Barbados elactic waistband. our DlVtatOa f-.iball match at Ken- Harbour I'olice launch ,il. cine
,.,. v..-, Bsarari wear shorts w tii rnetal ungton yesterday evening ended to the .v-iMance of *>raakaway
The usual equipment of a player buckle* at the side which BM hi -l-allew draw. The ouWtand- but the situation was already un-
consLsts of a Jersey or shirt, short easily Inflict a nasty wound on ><>* playei was Cammie Smith, l\eT r,introl
trousers, stockings and boots. A afiolher player in .. tusala for tin- rtarrtaon College goalkeepc
gyoal-keeper must wear colours ball.
which distinguish him from oUier Kind's licit*
Now that I have outlined the I
la. it might appear at Orststbat an
II covered. Thunder held on
to the lead .ind finished the race
'nine seconds ahead of Edrll.
r in pest was a minute and ZS
seconds behind and she had a lead
of two minutes and S5 seconds on

The results were as follows:
Time > awc see lap
TomeOn Hn niM mm mine sec* Pt
>t i i a n in
Sports Window
EVERTON bnI Cm 1 too
taw *T#aiaa at Kensington In
a Pint XMraaan Fixture
Taeae two usa> have ea*h
lost both their fixtures this
season It will ba IntaresUng
to saa which taaai will rsejksssr
their Srst points id taw autch
Me
dcliKhtlul
tins is a very simple rule Bad rim:
cannot be numbered among those ami
which exercise a great influence
the good conduct of the g>me
or? many dattaJrtAil Five boats atarted m Bunda"*j
saves- race. They were Tempest. .ip-
Harrl I look the kick pered by Hrnce Ifamllton. Edril.
addition to this, some players itT wWi Mottil Dama defending akippered by Jackie lload. Break- :>u. Headley 31, and Greav
for plsy wearing sx^ne the northern goal. The College AWay w,th Toddy Hoad at the i,i out were the highest
M'eriyn Lead
C'wealth On
first Innings
Hartyu scored a flrst innings
leLd over the commonwealth
Sports Team when their two-
day cricket match opened at
m i!' B Sunday.
Merlyu winning the losa bat-1
K i flrst. making 207 runs in
Mn minutes I^wis 74, Ramsay
27
Checking Boots
This is not tne case and I
afraid that it Is honoured a_
iu the braoch than In tho observ- J*
since in llarbndo*. For example. '"
how many players check their Mawagt in his taak.
boots before a match to see that Punishment for any infringe-
all the nails at the bottom of their ment of thu Law, the ,
boots, studs included, are flukh fault shall be sent off the field of
with the leather. play temporarily. He snail not
la it not a fact that some of return without first reporting to
these rise up during the course of the Referee who shall aatisfv
the season and mora than one himself thst the player's equip-
player has been cut as a rewill. ment Is in order; the player shall
Referees ,,i.- all0Wd to go into the players' dressing moms and moment when the ball has ceased
Inspect their boots, before a match to h* in play.
stones insel ,,r't '" P'lM""** helm. Thunder, skippered by CJydg) Qasfctt took 3 wickeU
been known a forward niovemenl. Budiord j,,hn Hlmlon and F^ry. skippered for 40 run*, and B. K. ftmui
" by Tom Wilkinaon. who was sllghtlj indisposed, got
The boats wire well group* I 2 f<* 3.
at the slart. First sjpeajnd the l >mmonwealth in their turn
Ttuinder, followed bylaat th
Breakaway. Srmrtlv
fterwards Breakaway was out,
leuving four In the rue.
with huge
these have
. cut other players. Again On the right wing, icciven th.
Mm*- players wear some loud bclti ball and centred Griffith in-
around then- waists and the met;.I Kl .igt-1 d Paul
head and other metal Attlngl have Tudor, .entre forward, took a
Injured other players. shot whi- li went arkM "I W
These i(re points \>i ,hnli play- g<*>-
must give their Individual The Collate I
m. nd help the h;ird work- *""' ',"u" "' '
goal. This I Of, ilim
took . beautiful shot
which aaelkaape. L straughun
WEATHER REPORT
YEaTSEDAY
Kainfall from Codrmgton ml
Total lainf.ii far month to
eaU 24 in.
Hlgfcoxt Tompoiature- 8S.fi T
Lowest TotBaerstaro: 70.6 F
Wlad Telocity: 12 miles per
near
Baraeuter (9 am) 29970 IS
Pl 29 r?|
TO-DAY
aarlaa: i.2o m.
Bnnatt: 8.09 am
Moon: Firt Qaarter, March 1
LifhOng: 6.3o pn
High Tide: 9.14 aja.
Low Tide l * p.m s 27 p.m.
WHATS ON TODAY
Ooart of Orand SosUona at
10 00 fltn
Meeting of Home of Assembly
3 00pm
Football: Kensington Bver-
ton v Oartton- -5.00 p.m.
Aeroplane Club Lecture. Brit-
ish Council7.30 p m
Sandiford II and Lord 10
ng the only batsmen to reach
van
Notre
Itj
Daniel
i
Dan
ised
open thi
thatr lafl
long pass
yardi
On the run lo Um wasterTi mark
Edril went into the lead. Thunder
was now second. Edril and Thun-
der crept away from the other
two. Edrll was 21 seeone
golden opportun- ^ Thunu w|w,.,
i was 20 -'
Bum V Todd bowling
( >r Merlyn, timk 6 wickets for
_'. nraji
The match ends Sundnv
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Tew minutes
i.-i ei\ -
and
the
of the li,
ules. Fury third.
inger. recew- "~ \wom\nuiCi and 55 aectaatUv
Hi lo behind Thunder and she had -
Three Murder
(jases
Boat Race
Wai decide
Games Choice
By HYLTON i l I \\ i I:
Stars Wilt Not Meet
Until Games
B) 1IAKOLD PALMER
A Belgian plan to m.'tch the
men who are probably the best
three distance runnars In the
world, E m I 1 Zatonek, Crech

After altering the bu
from Page S
accused was instructed to re-
... college g'oal but failed to f " "" " m\ '" '''' move the four tins sometime m
tike a shot The College backs '*wnd round Jacs ig- u, month of December and since
intercepted and Snared course to pass by Breakawav. tholl ,ho property which has
Notre Dame infeaed .mother which was still going from side to been recovered wo- missing.
oprxntunlty I" score when side In the water. This was to Sentence was postponed on
Dottin their centre /orwnrrt, rausc Jackie the race. Oswald Small who pleaded guil-
after outrunning the College Thunder went into the lead, ty of three charges of building
backs shot wide of the goal A She was first to clear the Bay breaking sometime between Oc-
few seconds aftei Mamlevi!!.' Street1 mark Tempest which toner M and October 30. 1VS1.
took a shot which Camie Smith, overtook Fury was third. His Lordship told Small thai
th) I llegM custodian, saved. Thunder went on to complete the offence* he pleaded guilt> to
this round 28 second* ahead of were aerious ones. "1 am going tc
Well-timed Shot Edrll which had :. lend of one poMpone sentence so that 1 can
Bmllh was again called upon minute on Tempest. Fury was know more spout _you, _Hls
THE'oiymp'ie committee of the Olympic "l0*6ob WttesT^nTpTon', wnen <-ailey. at right wing for last, a minute and 51 seconds Lordship
Amateur Rowing Association havo Gordon Plrlef the British six mile- NotTV Dam*- ,ook '
announced plans for 'he selec- champion, from C o u 1 s d o i
represen- (Surrey), and their own Gaston
well
! shot from the arlnf He pu-hed
tien of Britain's rowing represen IsVrrey">7 and" their 'own Gaston * ba" ove'^ c1l?m, b,r A
taUves at Helsinki. These plans KcuT. Olympic I.OOO metres cham- corncr v
are not final and are referred to plon. has broken d
aa an "interim report": but, as RelfTs club, Union St Gillolsc.
Small.
Wnrj* a Gibl dnesn'l warn to leave
cuvss- and have lo make eMburraM-
Sng explanalioai* ka Paradol die
asks for. For Par*k>| meant ./"'*
reJif/ from naflenng cauaed by
periodic paias-keadaclie, too
ithotrt diMgreeable after-effect*.
Ask your drugvUi f"r l'(r.i(i-l.
tieaiuVcally compuund.d from 4
htgredienta The name "Dr. Chase''
W your avuranee. n
D*. CHASE'S
PARADOL
~ Qvkt KmM from Pom _
"ITS SUCH A
RELIEF TO HAVt
NO TROUBLE .
WITH TEETHING .. w
IVy gKag year beby A-otaa at
'iruei UfanU' Powdw^ whkh tn
M.n.l--r(ullv eootbiag at Urtfalag
,l. Then rewdrii **ur refoUt
* mouomM. arwaotr raatral Uee,
embeolntrlTSAFE! ,
resulte Noti
I).urn-
tune gasai
but he
aa an "inierim report'; but. as Keirt's club. Union St Gillolsc. '*", l '" ,
rowing men have been waitiruj ao Have been trnni to arrange a raco "tack, lime alter tu
arixiously for some direction in over 5.000 metres at their meeting w*r*^.U^" hu !Jl' ,h
is wel- In Brussels on Wsdnesdsy, May Wg* ^Lf^.Hyi **_B
21. but have just bean Informed "*" Hc '>''''h,S Jft. ^i
I not be that Zatopek will not be able to *g.*L? ^J"^ "!*: ,
rieiau.au iiw. niri Smith however had a spol of
this matter, the news
come.
Choice of an eight will .._
decided until after the Tidewav take part.
head-of-the-rlvcr race and the There
university Boat Race have been whouv
held on March 23 and 19.
Leander. Thames and Lon-
don have already asked to be
considered The Leander crew.
which contains six of last year's
Cambridge eight, will
hard training at
March 3.
nlso some doubt
spot
luck when a shot from Robertx,
the British Arnstcur
Athletic Board would have '
given Plrle permission to run.
They may re-form
left half, which found him out
if position, struck the cross bur
and rebounded Into pl.i\ At
half Una boa teems an
There Is every chance of Plrle "gbtlng to open their account
tiering real threat to Zatopek's Sho-"
i.premacy at the long distances in wBan
initncy from tln' Helsinki Games.
Zatopek-s bid to win Hie Olym
Shortly after the fcond half
Noire Dames foi -
srds moved down. MandavlUe
parsed to Hubert* who
A FRESH ARRIVAL OF SMILES
pic 5.000 three days after he "had m"ked but Smith ran out and |
won the 10,000 metres produced *"' ,
After the Un.voiwty Boat Race. UI1* uf the blli^.A uirliu of tho ,Aboiil live minutes later
they may reform last year s crew Wembley Game-? McCollin was injured and had to |
itlrely, and go into tralnins In z..topak practically sprinted SfJWJ 'he field This did not
the last 1M yards to be beaten handicap the Notre Dame for-;
in the end bv HeitT h\ nutter wards who continued to nttack .
the College goal.
Phis is continuing his strenuous Mandcvllle missed anotJ
preparaUon. running eight to 10 PortUBItj to score, lie
mllis owr Fariii.nrlhnen ever, "* WO N? "'.,' Col.7*o ^"1!
evening of the week. He is not ff and had only goalie Smith
afraid to tackle th.- Southern ,0
.iitry championship al
Kadnald (Essex i on Saturday.
L.E.S.
ely, and go into training u
that order on April.21.
There Is always the possibility.
however, that the new Cambridgu
eight will prove exceptionally
brilliant, and will have to be con-
sidered on its minis.
Oxford could -reate a surprise,
while Thames and London may
foltlo which of their crew* Is the
hotter when they rsce one an-
tftaw over the Putney-Mortlako
course in March.
Wall for the eihi
Selection of a coXwalnless four
will rest upon the dccMon it,
regard to the eight, depending
upon which men are set free.
Leander, Thames and
Q.C. DEFEAT
FOUNDATION
have asked to be considered here,
too.
For the double and single sculls,
finals are lo be held. If necessary.
over a 2,000 metre course at Hen-
ley on Friday. June 18. so as not
to interfere with Reading Regatta
the next day.
Double scullers who have asked
to be considered ore Bradley and
Burncll, Da vies and Kemp, LuU
and Brown.
Two pairs an- in the running
leander ami Thamesbut the
iwily sculler who has so fai
.applied is Tony Fvx. The selec-
urge any other sculler in-
terested to compete In the Wing-
Oeed In April.
Not firvl-class
The coxed fours Is nol usually
ycEE.vs CO1XB0I Cuataau
Ixmdon the Gnis' Foundation 17
game of netball al Founda-
tion Girls' School yesterday. Pat
Browne scored 10 for Queen*
College and OleAda I
K.uirul.itioii v Astnd Welch scored
three and C*celia Ashby 1 A:
half time the score was 10I
The umpires were Mrs M
Woiton and Mr*. G. King
regardi d i
England.
tlrst-class event In
but we shall nitei a.
did in 1848. Trial- will U
held at Henley on June 14
Provincial and coastal clul
, m this form ot rpwln
though In 1848 they were a
ei b> a scratch four froi
oxford University. The sam.
lung may happen now.
- lit!
the ball diiect
to Smith who saved easily. At
this stage McColhn. the Notat
Dame centre forward, returned .
lo the lull
H.C. Attack
College went into the attack.
YU-dford, on the light wing for
i i.liege, received the ball and
'Ini'ilh )ust failed to
\ itlfUl BavB hy Smith
brOUgrtl the crowd to then feet
E Daniel i an in fioiri the let'
wing and look a shot at the open
KB rushed back and
kicked Ihe ball outside, saving
what looked like a certain goal
li.feiee CoppUl soon after blew
off the game with the score nn-
, h mgari
The teams were as follow :
Notre Damr: 1. Straughan. F
Straughan, W Browna, Itoberl-
U I'ae.iel. K (Ji.'Vn. hja, F D.a
Dottin
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