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TAGE EIGHT BABBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY AHHI. 4. 152 "i !" ^ Empire Beat Everton 3-Nil Know Your Football I MPIKr* (SimnHUMl^ I; I lop. I; Draytnn I) KVKRTON LAWS XVl & XVII BY a A ooivn ) our Football Problem* K >Swrt* t.diUr Todajr | riwichme mv dl*cu*iont of the LAWS OP THE GAME with a study of the Eat! two Uwa—Uw wi—Goal-Kick and I-tn Kvii Comer Kick Goal Kirk WiH-n the whose of the bull |M*M>S OVOT th. db*i thai portion bit won Bw *I(OMl-po*t.<. Manas' ill tbt .HI . beyond I ... frmn ;i point Within that half <>f the goal-area. neorc*t to where it cro a player of the A ipmlkepcr shall 1 1 the hall into M Boal-kirk In on %  kick it Into play, if ii: < hall is not kicked l penalty-areo, lh,.t Is, direct Into DO re-taken. Trie kicker shall not play U :...i % % % %  and Un %  %  %  hi it h. >< %  % %  < % %  • • '^'""nw un-.Dpi itlng thrse pttl shall "* •"' mfrmgcnot b scored direct from such """i •'' thi kick arid players of the learn ber. the ball has not been kicked opposing thai of th< until 1' ha* be lni: the BMl-Mck ehall remain PE 1 : ,u. %  I bsrita Know Voui l USSKWU teen laws of thr %  .1 %  Idltoi will I an looiball problems as possible I iimns. No protolsggg will bt taken %  1 .ak.M no Mi on u S,M,[V I dn.,1 lUrludos Ad vacate. 1 kicked I 'in infringement huh 11 Hh regard CM players .in Into their opponent urea a split second befont the the kick has Urn taken. This also infringement. They must r the kick Is Ix-lng token There r not much nfustoi In mv experience artth the Inter it HpeeL'itors alike of this ml.Then 1 only one general controversial point. Some players hold the flow rsfflftglo OVTSIDE until the kick thai ah (H-en taken. gool-kiek AIM tance away in the penalty area unkshmeul that they can rush in and %  cote, II ;. player taking %  goal-kick f h.ivi-aeen ahla sea-..i lumafter at this ami much cc* hi has passed beyond the penaltyre.tilted OMUI lillj ii 1 tpoctab 1 u belon 11 ha touched had volunteered to referee I another player game In the absenre nt ihe with it but I am sure an official Ihe Infringement oeeui It is the duty of the refrrew t" Cual-kJcks are properly taken within iiuit half of the goal-area neareal the point where went out. (-nrnwr Kick WiMii Hi.*wle of tntbull n 1 the rool-line, excluding thiit iiorUon lietweeu the* in tlKair or on the ground, having laal been a ped bv one of the defndiin! n. a member of the attacking ..II take a kick from within the quarter circle at the nearest corner-flaK puet, which mutt not be removed, i.e. f orner-kick A goal may be scored direct %  learn opposing thai of the player taking the comer-kick shall not %  ithin ten vaids of the ban until d is fn play, l.e. 11 has Uat .ii.-.tam.of IU own • nee, nor shall vte kiiker play the ball a second time until it has been touched or plggwd by another player. !'i mi. I, in c nl I infrlngeincn'. of this law in mini.-. \ fn-. -ki. r. -hall lie ..warded to the opposing team, to I-.taken from the place where the infringement i-i-i. ''i Thecorner llag-.-talT nius: not bo iTmoveti when ,1 cnici-klcK H taken I must emphasise at this point thnt if a player take* a eornerkuk Ud the ball re-bounds to him after striking ihe goal-post. NOT play it again until ii n., 1..., 11 |,l...,d by .mother player. Iteferees too can aasiat In ensuring trait a comer-kick u taken by refusing to %  flow K to b.Uken while any opponent is within ten yards of ififi ball. 3 %  I EMPIRE playing a much improved name defeated Everton thre*—nil in their return First Division F students continue tu meet and pr "* ,or tn,r <* P 1 "*^ n '<>UJ be cleared. luncUon as the Homenuker's Club E "Mtgall—first euaas cartLftsaSal As always Ireland Is well meeting once monthly to roonri itf"* ( r ,hi 1 uluce in course lepresentcd, but this year's cftalprogress ,,nd solicit helu wh^re J Broomc— First class certificate lenge from the Emerai Isle U by needed. l' rl7r for th e best demonstrauon b o rs oi little known in Britain. it haa baon full an .i ,.,.. „ '" Baby Care. rut favour MU. ho.no backer. u2S STworVL & £L ,Z~ "X' p, l". ,or 1 ,n0 V !" .or ,,, JSLKTil-bJSi^SS., '•8Z£3S c , ss ^. he not loo distant prize for the most helpful stu%  raai sports, the girls are itching to be on the Brack and they arc already trying to feel out and assess Their rival school ;tlili-l. And after all. this rest is plausgot too hot. Everybody knew too that Lodge's Inniss would have won the I no and 220 sprints. And the boys know that certain good no have not left school Ibie bee..use the llrst winners ol "dl again put up a good showing the Girls' Inter-school sports will But In this Glrls r Inter-school TABLE TENNIS i'lir id-tin r. Matches of the Lai.i-s Inter-Club Table Tennis flxluros will l>e con tinned at the Y M (A Naval Hall to-nighl. The games are as follows College vs. Lenvdle^— 0.SO P in. Y WC.A. vs. llarna-730 p m. YW.P.C. vs Adeiphl — gJe K, that although he won the 1 j,opc that Irish National over three and a f uUire ihv courses might be"of fSJWSk t*-^' f*£aa.SBS fry tired. E. Goodman—First class certiflAll gained Certificate* eate IS llrst clasi ranging from 01 i„ A. Young— First class certificate. C. Waleotr—First class certificate. prfze for being the most out2%. Mrs. R. N Turner Cabbage Bark Baskets FOR HOME FOR TRAVELLING FOR SHOPPING Cabbage Rark Suitcases $4.50 Upright Marketing flaskets. Ea. $1.00 & $2.16 Shopping Baskets Ea. 72c. 84c. 90c. & $1.00 Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd. 10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Sued RHOWE V2H7 TO-UAY tOK Ml mill 1114 V< III in 5 cwt. drums . M. miii i it I:\AMFI in 5 gin. drums A times concentrated iWWAssl or i.KAi for spraying Food Crops to protect tiicm %  gjssnsl lealeating insects. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. in his other six outings last season. Besides ley Cairn there an two other Irish National wlnncn. Hamster (1M) and Domlakk's Bar (I9S0;. Hamster is <• reu urkablc ontij. I'.ii'; B second class, raoguig Iron .age U The schools to take part are Queen's College. St. Michael's Foundation anil Alegandra. Mrs WOaaaaV Queen s College's gamemistress tld me Drpendlng on Ihe sueress of their venture, the.' will consider allowing other girls' schools to enter. Usual Divisions The divisions are the usual divisions—under 12. 12 to H 14 ti and over 18. and the %  ports wrUI b< purely athletic. Perhaps It may Ports, 'hen Is DO knowing other girl's capabilities and there will I* man.v surprises. They are in tind.irk im. because previously ihc> have not bei n keeping titnos and records Abo the. Ml he ..a | bigger bran A Stimulus Fin ihe girls, assurance thnt then frill be sports, has acted as a stimulus and one may add that it haa also acted as a stimulus tu wo* men spurts in Barbados as a whole. On evenings you will sec them I needless to say purely athlctraining Some Queen's College tic but you will remember that ... their own sports, girls include events of skill such as the Egg and Spoon race nnd the Potato race but there will be the lnter-srhool sports The lassjast :.l I ll.UI grounds whe checking up < As to possible winners, well Harrison College they have been their times, WHAT'S ON TODAY Court or i.r.1,1,1 10 M .in Annual Meeting. Barbados Nurses' Association. General lloapltal — 4.M p.m. Football. Quern's Park — 5.00 p.m. Mobile Cinema. Checker Hall Plantation. St. Lor> —7.10 past. Police Bang Concert, Hastings Racks — 8.00 p.m. senior girls will IKthe 220 vanlAs St. Michael's is the < < %  rtth i sand pit. there win be r* Long Jump event. The girls will deplore the tact that there \ ill i the case in the Boys' sports. Then will only be points and a trophv for the champion school. An intriguing thing thnt Is making the girls train seriously Is tlun thOJ ban Uttig IdM of their op ponenls potenUgUttee In Boysports, a school gets to know thi standard of their rivals For instance, it did not take the lehoo boys until spoils day to kno*J th Lloyd from Found:iti tiave won the 440 and H I 800 in record time iwstdes, at the list sporls. Why. everybody km that last year when Cdasgow fron n..|i-i r.. n vil I^IIV sued event ll ,. ,. tll ;i( | nut ,,,.,, hc nBtm w(n be reduced to a tussle between fr th" Qll %  • nnd St. Michael's because of their numbers. Qm ill have o slight ad vantnge In theli -enior division as limit is slightly higher Vet their senior girls will be studying for examinations and this balances down the advantage The only snag to nil this is that thero is trouble about getting thai woulil W most mnM-tui-tit foi tiLikinn the sports pay ton. Anyhow the headmistresses and gamev mistresses have not given up hope thai tboj mill bo tblo to persuade Kensington that girls sports should be oDcouragoa. IU bt to ask the headmaster ot Harriacm College or CosnbcTroore to HBH) then th> ".rounds, but ns Mrs Wuttcm snld. Thai uouUi bg just too bad." WEATHER REPORT VEHTCRDAY i:.infill from Codrlnglon ill. Total rainfall lor manth to dale : .02 Ins. Ilighcol Temperature: gg.5 Lowest Temperature: • :. l Wing Vrlorlly 14 mile* per beur Barometer (0. a.m.| 29 991 (3 p.m.) 29.92S TO-DAY sunrlae : ..:.;. a.m. %  II % %  -: I -. I .' 1. in Moan: 1st Qoarler. Apl. ". I i,: in.n;: : 6.30 p m. High Tide I ItO a.m.. 11.47 Low Tide : 0.19 s.sa.. 7.0J la nearly tour years he has_rui> Hmweei-aft Centre has been servIn two races and VfM unplaced, .ng a most useful purpose and has Prior to that he occomplkshed he .^n mn% p lh £ h !" \Sir> %  Stordshlng feat of winning the During The past x KilsUr Hurdle Handicap, tha irft open far too lorur Iruui Grand National and the The day and evening classes in Word Union Hunt, within a nil branches of Dome-t; space of three and a half weeks, started by Miss Parry and conRoyal Tan is one of tin* most tlnued by Miss Ivy Allcyne. h.is fancied horses. This is nut surboon most ably carried on. and prising. I" last year's race enly have proved to be of great prache and the wUinor Nickel Com '1 value to the women of Barcompleted the course without hados and through them good falling. Thus his staying power '"ecu will become increasingly cannot be doubted. This year. a "£"•"* aB ''me goes on. too. Royal Tsn has shown good The course for instructorii which form. He won the NaUonal ggLJP *J"^**?**^*." >arHunt H-nduap m convlncmg fSlfalSFiS-c& firfflS improve your own knowledge nnd methods, but you will now return to your schools and clubs and pass on to others what you have learned here We are relying on vou to teach them, lust as thoroughly and con*it-|i j.TiiHislv ... M|| BSVYl Miinselves been taught here, so that you will bring credit to the Houseera ft Centre, and the purpose of Tin.ther winner is Russnui the Instructors' Cours of spreadUntil recently. Freebooter, one ..f the only two previous wuiners. was firm favourite. Then %  unning In the Gold Cup, he gall. So did his popularity with the liackers. Too much importance should not be attached to hid bold Cup running, however, ag he is seldom seen at his best on Cheltenham course Ing Improved Domestic Science methods to the many, through the elected few, will be fulfilled Hero, lie was perhaps tho imkiekie it horse In wM year fiasco. Until brought down M the ilflacnth jump, he was going well, and looked all set to add to bis 1949 success. His form notoriously unkind to favourites, this vear has not been impresIt would not be In the least sursive, "but his experience In preprising if the 1952 winner came vlous Nationals should stand Irom one of the less fancied enhim in good stead. tries. Of these none looks better The National. however. Is than Brown Jack 111 standing entertain i. /tiurj %  Pint i .i rtlflcnte. prire for ocing the most enthusiastic student. D. Clarke -Second class certificate Mirijiieriie Ki'o; — Second clasv certificate. F Benskin Second class certificate. V. Rock —Second class ccrtuicatc elass certificate. K. .Small—Seconn class certificate prize for best >ewing. M. Gibbs—Second class certificate hfr f pl aslg i Bocond clog* certllicate. prize for bring the keene-t student OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS BUT THERE IS ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF >lAl I I I MADE SVm BANCE at THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB NATI'RI.AY. M-RII. STH 9.M P.M. tm LMH .Ml Vi.ilint MenMT. Mr. C Clirwrn'r. '! I .', | (So Vilr.i.-.i.iii Char.r U> ll. 11 r i) ^ 4 52—Sn. They'll Do It Evei y Time —....—.By Jimmy Hatlo SOPOIWSd 16 STILL STUCK UVtYBE IF r JUST NT OJT ^.£7 VX£> MM rPUKE TO MttPMM-BirrcJ taaxTA My LWNS W?E-AV-SZ£.r* WITH THE NefiM&JR N HCEP — THMX MO A nPcm |fi TMB HATIO MX ID 3ARHOLOG*^, sMe&ww^T^u.. MISSED THE you will soon be able to get a lift with 00999 %  %  %  %  %  The Finest Boer Browed Anywhere" yu—uMLcdbf files 'A on SSUBM <&uts hove evsMfihinq 9 need in Cloihti." ll.. Shin by Consulate in pleasing pastela. fta H>l( by Eldonia in fine leather—clip fastening. Thr Murks by Bice's in ttil ored Gabardine. Woollen Hose by Morley—short, elastic tops. C. B. Rice I ^M.-rrliiinl f* f (, t I uilors ^ i \



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FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1K2 BARBAIH>S ADVOCATE PAGF. THREE 181 Sat Examination For LLC.W.I. THE: GAM KINGSTON, Jamaica. One hundred and eightyone young men and women throughout the W.-st Indus and at centres in the United Kingdom and the United States took the entrance examination to the University College of the West Indies last month. They include WM Indians at colleges overseas as well as six Americans and three West Africans who seek admission for the academic year 1952—53. There were 78 candidates for the Faculty ul Arts, 63 (or Medicine and 40 lor Science. The applicantfor Science courses weri' the largest number so far. Last year there unn peak application to the I'tin.-rniv Of ;i|>prxximately 200, but Hi. I'M. present figure ta> be mm normal average for ai %  M future. Less than M admitted last year. in the W. t i ..ndidates w,-rc divided Trinidad 41; Barbado12; British Guiana 21; the Wm.i. 17 and the Leeward Inlands 3. At least 23 scholarships and exhibitions will be awarded this -_ „_ Mammammmm ^ m t ,_ ,,._ year. The University h, offerlDJ ,v^ 1 ?*^L d *^ opm n m ** ...„. t_._i-.* unadian economy i n the postperiod, aided by the stimuli!* provided by the Government's defence program since Canada ".* Post-War Investments 24 Billion In Six Years Siren Song Of The Spring B.C. Trainee Gets Baton LONDON Mr Alan Lstinok-Bsyd, Ussa t.r ol Stair fot ODloasil AfTatr the bntn i ( honour to Sub • Inspect) : Leharrysinfh "> ths Hi dish (.n aia Police Force at a psnelns six open scholarships: Trinidad nfTer= three exhibitions: Barbados and British Guiana hffl S* Lud i one The Farquh. ... part-o. ^."'.r^'eslor, Kh In he aetanes. i !" fund, Z?S*m\Zt? o'SttJ 77!?t \ J f f ; r r %  -eluding intentions for the !" '" "NT, new inve.tii.i-nt hi lw5" r f the Grev Lakes are frozen solid and not a ship <\, Full Time Govt. Medical Service Planned For JYa KINGSTON. J A full time Oomnunsnl msdlban four limes capital txot .some $7Sn million in the pre-war year 1913 The 1952 estimate of $5 btUior. ti an Increase of ft% iiver the 1951 preliminary figure of S4.fi billion. Is more thnn double the 1947 capital expenditure of $2.4 billion, and three times the IB4fl total of $1.7 billBuch lalsottais providt%  al ser\irune base for a high level ol Jamaica. Medical officers apu ;' currant >e;i. pointed to the service Ui the future -'1""HIX'>. "" m 1951, n number will not be i>ermitted to under'" n "** %  rou W * aill > •'1bou| 900 ,„ im ^ Hov ,. ever, it is believed that within %  -u'.,i period, the protram will l>e torn pic ted, in phys. ic.il terirm. in barms of construccharge of nesprtaB, u^fueh do,, ,„„ ,„ p | ace nnd quantities omcers hold specialist .|ualill.-aof tuV oHn and equipment prctlons or ir. by virtue of their exduce) and delivered, and probperlence. their assistance is sought pDtv witt ^ exceeded, for the by private practitioners in dlscountry has taken on additional trlcti served by their hospital*. commitments in the mr.inhm. While defence expenditures in tK current yenr did not come up to estimates by MOO million. thr stimulus to industry should lx> even greater in the current HQ SlncS whil" on April 1. 1951. Canadian lnwSa woiking Qn orders from the Canadian Government valued si *soo million The Jamaica QOVOnUDSOt ha-' SB-day H ll working on orders outlined proposala foe ned H $15 billion. Orders Ushment of Jamaica's ilrst lo placed in the current. Ilscal year .. course at the Metropolitan Polmt %  shoo) in North Lond< n. The baton itself was %  essi ,. . uiry old. inscrlb)''! w.'h the wnrd "" d • -Victoria Iteg.m." in gold, an, raffle they was tlv9n ty S(t Gv0t9r A bb4 ... in. fog. A „„ Ulll („,>.,„„ General c. Miip.i rarMMmCV "'"' ^"^ lM > U-nk*l th.. — ftr Colonial Police, from Ml pit one reason why every ship needs v ,,.. O1 iie Jamau.i numerous narrow channels with p.-n-from pUlSI CanbOOSD port! hSl gphlofa |ba Lakes abound. Fron. ,„—p-inr nehinvsineh h* created a ^luat.... resonant baritone to pierctna „, '"^ivearV -„?,„,, under study by the Marine Bo,. M„-n. Um-h a n d ,. V' J\a2JT and local Government. Du e tot he „„„., u ., l „„ L sll l Neptune', C ,nB,Sl1 ^ZL lack of sufficient certified seachorus f or n ine months out of men—engineers and mates—masevery twelve. ten of ships coming to Kingston have at times met difficu \\ \ |, ou d cr Vssee getting clearance as a result of being unable to satisfy the reLast April, the Lak< quirements of the lasr, regarding a new — and even Juimiint Shod Of RafMniid KINGSTON, Jamaica. Shortage of certified perse the number of such officers. A meeting of the Marine Pssrtl lias been called to discuss the situation and settle policy. Under consideration by Govern m .scheme to provide local oppoftoQ* Hies for training in navigation voice, SSfOta to louder — Concert Ai Rocks Tonight £3 For Stabbing Anyone who'i before i current fiscal year ending March 31. 1952, and of this, fl.l billion was earmarked for •*holders of specialist posts should continue to have consulting pracUos; sod that uua in IvUsgo should %  lap b* 0 IBSI i in in" % %  "%  %  biggest vessel of her type than t" ba*0 Wen built. She was the freah water oil-tanker, the ss iMperlal Lvdgc. whose cost was approximately $4,000,000, and her mighty siren — a thunderous baas—aoon became a familiar b und. Later, she was Joined by i -ister ship, the ss Imperial Kedwater. and a third sister will r wnv w,.^. *~mm .... r """ y~ r T^^ future and is found guilty of "P—who represent a tolal mwoundiim with a knife, I am going vr-tment of some $ 12.n00.000—are |0 MOd to pllSOn/' His Worship Vl,al ""fc* ln u DOW eastern outMr. H. A. Talma told J-mf Harel "'t artery for Alberts'! oil. First wood, a 24-year-old Ibherman of link i. r %  1.127 mile On mKllnn dolChapman'* Lane. St. Michael, lar ptpsUm UMd %  > when he lined him £3 for wounda tanker terminal on Lake Supeing Daisy Norvillc with a knife un riot Prom IherO, the oil tankers her hand. take over. Each ship will coeer The fine is to be paid b> rnonthl) ,,. RH2 miles from the Superior inntalmenU ol £1 or m aOfJUlt terminal to a raanery at Samln. two months' imprisonment with onriu ind then make the rehard labour, horviilc told the IriIM —-. hl) k ^ nmp nflv Court that w. March 24 she snd limcs ln tffM g| ww n aM the defendan had an "gumen Mrh wi)[ h>|i| and a light ensu.f1. In tlu ti.ht m ^ £ ^^ f§00tMO ton< ftf The Programme for to-nlgM'* oice that belonged to the Perlr* Band Concert at Hanlnr" Horas which liegln-i iit B nVlnek ftuHr (... Mi-i.r> a* Kara* >• %  TlihM •' r %  i-i 1 iU, Ml FanlaaU on Ikr But—IT inin-i.rf-tiu: 'dtmi aiv,'. n OOHTAV wosjn. overt..-pmoAH %  A\ K Um %  • % %  Thl o.lurf. IlkP Ihr SfnUh IwTiphmi) o. thi* miti-nm* "I n ..( '...Tlt. Il.n.ln whirli Mr< ftrlwihi, *W> hrn N* •• I* vMn old Si IB IK %  HSW t hi %  lutkiyou II."ITIIII.I %  1 Tl'll.lim Ill'll'l" ih. roln*in| nm* to tMn Hr ll.rl. VMM at of UP nvftiir>. nt .i-njilHia linrh'i .:r*< .( •tir.i hr . i Proposals For Firal Co-operalive Farms Outlined at close to $3 MN es'..::i billion. i >f the estimated $& billion to t*' H>ent o !" irnll KINGSTON, Jamaica. Jamaica's export production o bananas for the first mil 1952 was lost over 230,000 stem* ns compared with 944.000 stern^ shipped Ul the same iwnod b>5' rrude .il This is all part and parcel of investments which a*.being madS by ttlg '"I b ti.<• dtneiopasent of Csnadlan oil re-ources—on which an estimated 200.000.000 dollars were spent m 1951 alone. Although od |i fast becoming a fading item in the Great Lakes a. however, the .inly important hulk cargo Iro,i i per Luke*, coal from the Ohio ports and grain from the great wheat belts of the rhl*f •uto>*t li nmlalnrrt In n-i M* 'HP leMtdr*! *nM whirl **.-!,. !.*•,. 0,<-M nlBIM e-v..I Mns-I m* o et Cawewtl"" "" i',tiiii W*b*> lUndimifi rtu4n a-wamn V imvr. l>i fcin>. BanSsnion OH. lmde< -ml Sundwrn.), W Al^yr* I ii|wriit< Sxrriwli SIHIWI ...H Jitllrl Ooon.w .m-lu nul %  llllk l*ns*r" Ti^ Valv a<>ns" ni^ TKr Wrddinn Mairh Hsaucal Hrtw rii. i..its snip. In wnl.li van i linnThrw Mirvl is****r nMtluall, S nil wifeh a tarins On m -.tin.. I H IVipourrt l>-iivalla-Brho lime dann* 1 nim Mti.aThrrnr fk.no hrrllr. OutM.il SB] BBBS Uambo serrH at oon RAvr THS •* % %  -...I..I No V INQUEST ON DEATH OF HAWKER ADJOURNED The Inquest into the circumstances surrounding the death of Beatrice Foster (55) of Rock Hall, St. Andrew was further adjourned v, ti] April I" by HU Aetin*. Police Coroner ol District -r. Beatrice Foster who was a hawker, died on the spot when the motor bus A-fl. the i>ropert> of the Rocklvn Bus Co., SI driven hv Cyril Springer of Spooner's Hill, overturn, d MAV It was being driven down Sprb Vale Hill. St. Andrew about J.S0 p.m on March 31. *> inff will be up 28 1 from $75r million to $029 million, and thi." bv utilities will also Increase b> 23^. from $916 million to $1,130 million. Primary industries and the construction IndustO' will b harelv ahead, up 1%. from $:• ui $859 million while the tota l w > ...nee and comn%  vices wUl decline 22%. from W %  ,,r 1951 to S80ft million Bgc to trie industry i pected that there will tH-M-mc ^ difficulty In providing >' %  %  ; %v hc„ the Ilrst ship of the year However the industry rpsdB that by next year production win be double o"d perhaps trebl" me pioduction b*f.rth.hurricane riue to the progress being made m restoration efforts. AIR TRAFFIC IIUVM' Bv n * SSI I F.I 1.1.11. i „ „_, w 1 -% %  II KmM H Tanrr. H Wallr s T "'"': H "Sri J r*e.. 1. *>-. T I Sa-eki rio* Ir.Aallcaa ^^_ H., OOiakl Wlllla".-. >"'' ri*IU Pvrklni Oiarl I*".' !" ., Ha.kri j5aw Elm D-vIS W.lkr, cocked for the toot of i.r-t n inn i ol lluseason. Foi ties ii}< at Fort William quay, her resented by the PHM with a souvenir of |0B s hlny new silk hnt! But to all Canadians living within earshot of the Lakes that discordant chorus of the steamers sirens is sweet music Indeed. It means Iradc—and thuv prosperity —for their country and every new note is welcomed. That is why there was so much rejolclns when the sonorous blare of the Leduc't | Brst nil and sundry that Albertan oil war. speeding Lakev.ards down to Ontario, and that %  new outlet for one of Canada's most preciou* mineral asset* had %  'gad. Carolyn HATES OF EXCIIA\Cf. A pan isw v. : %  IICMr C\im*ntr\ Undaay William. Bft^u. W. MaaaeSi i •* %  m —m \ %  m tUNwal S.1M-O T,. J^aaakN-> T,ar mnM rilrtH'•'__ %  ' ^.i-. Jan* tfciwena. Grata* C"' ES, S M.nn !'"! %  ^"" FIRE AT BANNATYNE 'IIIU crop ripe vines wen burnt when m lire oci' Bannatync Plantation Christ Church, at about 7 45 p.m. or Wednesday. Tncy are the proJO la Shrlfav ured ol J. M Mar SBdj were InPermits To Prospect For Minerals tn Jamaica Granted iPmm cjuf Own ",.rn ^cinSanl KINGSTON, Jumalea Four rx-rmlts to prospect | i mends in Jamaica have been E anted by the Government and I. a reaull of prospecting donrf < fnr, It appears possible that lertain ores containing chiefly I. ad and sine, and some contalning manganeee. can be eeonon ks ly worked. Thlwiu officially announced by the Government this week, who I iid that some evidence of petro!< um deposits have been revealed but DO oil reservoir has yet been ;.. md. Negotiations over mining leasea ii respect of workable ore asi i'.wertaa are now taking place beneen the Ooeernmeni and the i rospector*. mainly Americans. The Government *a|d that coniderablr d'-poslt' of Iron-ore he" .een discovered by the Geological irpartmeiit but no appllcaUon has been received for pe Whan your throat tacts dry snd saauhy from hank coughing or over-smoklog. lust Wt a sonthlng, dalkckiui Cough Oop ha the your irritated throat membranes with throat-easing meJi%  inal IngredieniB of Vlckt VaroRub. Kiaflv medicated 1 Ksalfv soothlngl Oecfnes Vurwt rTerom.o. n,l 7am Buk Ih: HWM/MMW ll-rlml "'" % %  AS. TRIUMPH OVER PAIN WHIM -rut fu*rn mntMtitr m MM* Hew does ANACIN' r.i,.. P „, K> ( ut eSecti-ely I A (e yM •go iaau.nj uient HI. eiice.a'KJ ihn |h ^. M tm, ,„ tha aaact baUixieg el ihraeItaww aaetfKinMffhenMetis. Caflaiae snd AeetyKaiKylK Acaf) •nlh a MXISTM ingtedieni—ouiNtNl And 'AaaCftsV Oumina tfta ir-eff.il/iBi/, with itta other m< dinei io iooth xhti. bring donw *aerniL temparaturri. rmoit raffj iante>of wall-o-'dfa I— K ^J b-,nj ,ou U Iross fevae I CoMi HvadachM t Hheumaiitm • H^naljn! f Than -ANACIN' will mediate relief, ust oat pun with imin| ipaad CAtr OFF PAIM—Ar MCtf ' %  kw a eery iittk you esn buy a 1-tsblet aneelopa of ANACtN '— anoojh to bring o u Uit ralicf Irom a boat ot pain 1 'Anacln U also available in hand, iO-ubtet boaes and In botdaa of 50 ubleu. Srwre • tfe benefim of tha graar new icMMiufic ditcovary I ARM Y0URSILF ALAIHST PUN BET SOME ANACIN' T00A V. 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PACK KOI R BARBADOS AIIVOCATE FRIOW. APRIL lS2 BARBADOS *.—_i— Amoenii l,i,l... April 4. 1*52 News From Britain What It's Like lo Be AUod' From IAN DISBAR WAITED: SHIPS. THE conference on Closer Association held in 1W7 ut Montego Bay expressed its belief that the provision of adequate Intercolonial and external shipping serind other communications is essential if progress is to be made inwards federation and recommended that in the meantime a British Caribbean Committee should be set up. How little progress has been achieved towards this end was emphasised by His Honour the Administrator of Montserrat during a public session of the Regional Economic Committee this week. It was no use increasing production, said Mr. Ross, if increased products could not be got out nf the island because of lack of communications. He was speaking with experience because Montserrat is at present severely handicapped with regard to expanding its exports of tomatoes to Canada. It has a steamship service to Canada once a fortnight. If the West Indian islands are to become more closely associated, and they must do that whether political federation is achieved in our lifetime or not, the strength of the chain will be the strength of the weakest links. And because islands like Montserrat are so poorly served by steamship communication their difficulties and their opportunities and the lessons they have to teach and to learn from other West Indian islands are correspondingly little known. That is a great pity; ana it is svmptomatic of a larger evil. Because if the relations between Mcntserrat and Barbados are tenuous because of lack of inter-communication, those between Barbados and Jamaica are proportionately greater. The unhappy circumstances in which we are placed with relation to Jamaica are only removed by the enterprise of the French Steamship Line—Compagnie Generate Transatlantique. which has supplied Barbados with its only quick regular steamship service to and'from Jamaica by means of the Colombie and de Grasse, These are luxury liners and nothing as elaborate as this has been suggested or would be requested from the United Kingdom. Yet how is real progress to be made towards customs union or political federation until the bridge connecting these territories has been built ? It is a grotesque distortion of fact to suppose that distances have been obliterated by the advent of the aeroplane. Barbados would have to enjoy the thrice daily service which the Americans offer between Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands) before any effect of bridging distances by air could be observed. If federation is to come, it is going to follow the ships. The conference at Montego Bay realised that truth. But since then it has gradually been pushed into the background. Mr. Ross has brought it sharply once more into the foreground and our thanks are due to him for reminding us of what some of us were forgetting. Without ships there will be no closer association. CALCUTTA Prince Aly Khan has discovered what it is like to be treated as a god. Sought by beautiful women the world over.! Prince Aly found himself during his recent tour of India, adored by the Koja community LONDON. Maith. 21 A change then, m hear that The spring flowers are out t*d %  !> ailSjIIMM. JHf the question of the dtr the days are warm and we are baboons in Gambia has solemnly congratulating ourselve*. that the And the poor typists now walk been raided In the House of Lords, winter was mild and that there part of tie way to the offlca heand that an equally solemn ai>urwas no fuel crlals. came they can't -fiord that extra ance has been given that only Housewives have not even t-een penny or so. (What about then those baboons, which are damchasing "the little man round the shoe-leather). In ths general rise aging the crops will be destroyed, corner" who conjures up those in costs, the fare increase la a And now in the House o" Cum few extra bags of poor quality .small thing; but .t has caught mons. Sir Herbert William, h... -the Muslim sect headed by his father the coal to add to the ration. pcpular Imagination as an injuisuggested that the starlings which lAffa Khan. But I he future holds nn glowing tice. And that important person, roost in thousands around I-on. -, ,;:,„ ,„ fr .,i,,, pHnr* Alv has coil prospects sn,l big business is the "British housewife", has taken dons Trafalgar Square should be ln P"V10US Visits to India. frdR Al> nas m < %  What about our Indusil as a personal affront. Amongst drastically reduced, trie*, what about our much the most undemonstrative of heralded export drive' What housewives in the world, the BritThe subsequent outcry has been about the extra coal our factories ish housewife does not worry Immediate. "We *ould never need if we arc to pay our way? much who Is running the governpoison them" say good hearted ,, „ ment. But to pay an extra penny official*. Shoot them with a gun? y^i" fy,.,*"?-"!!'^ 1 ,*".^ or • on the bus—disgraceful! Impossible. Old ladles would And yesterday, a score of men. gather up the dead and dying bearing th* title of the Central birds and attack the marksmen Transport Consultative Commitwith (heir umbrellas. Frighten tee, and representing all branches them by exploding crackers or of industry and commerce, met to -oundlng gongs or clappers? The those extra pennie.. last state would be worse than the first, so It looks as if the starlings will be reprieved. .prj^.T~-^T.-".-"—rrr ::Q£H~ =.^.; i^ „60c. Patience Cards per set ._.72c. CANASTA SETS enough ing that a five day week for them. At present, as a concession to Britain's economic difflcultiae, they are working a shift on alternate Saturdays. It means an eleven day fortnight, or J 41| j hour week, as the working day is 71 hours. And this, they say, is too much. So the wnole matter tfflj ba LsV cuued at a general meeting of miners' representatives from all over Britain. Only if the Scottish miners are overruled by ballot will they continue to work that (alternate) Saturday shift. How the pendulum has swung in twenty years! The shirlilecvcd worker, no iunawr ftmi %  ng unemployment, does not rod to work hard for Jung hours and nl low pay to'keep hm job. And a good thing, too. But nowaday wc Mem to be ruled by the workers. They make their own term* even though the Conservatives sit at Westminster. Our democracy Is In a stage of slow transition. It will settle down when the worker.; forget the "bad old days" of low wafi*a and unemployment and Join in with a new pride in their own a -hievement and production. POCKET CARTOON By OSBEKT LANCASTER Industrialisation BRITAIN'S sad condition provides matter for serious reflection at a time when the drive towards industrial expansion in the British West Indies is on. People are even beginning to talk of a slump in Britain. The textile industry which is experiencing a real slump throughout the world is creating much unemployment in Britain. The light engineering and the motor industries are forced to contract their output and now there comes news of poor conditions in the boot and shoe and furniture and radio industries. The import cuts initiated by Britain and followed by France, Australia and other countries have started something which will almost certainly reduce the volume of 1952 trade as compared with that of 1951. It is excel|ent to industrialise but unless you can sell what you produce, what benefit is derived? And where in an import-cutting world arc assured markets to be found ? Industrialisation must be necessary before it is accepted as a policy. Even its champions would be the tirst to admit that by itself industrialisation does not raise the standards of living of a people. Standards of living only rise when the products of industrialisation have an assured market. Britain todav provides the rebottal to those who proclaim that agriculture is necessarily geared to a subsistence standard of living. The advantages which agriculture will always have over industry are self evident. Agriculture preserves the fertility of the land, whereas industries encroach on agricultural land and no one has found nuU and bolts a substitute for breadfruit or yams. There is room for carefully planned and controlled industrialisation in Barbados but It must never be regarded as a substitute for agriculture or as a panacea for wholesale raising of living standards li inusl I).Integrated Into the island's (conomy, slowly, and novtr l the detriment of agriculture or tourism which are our permanent assets. • Wet* no more problems u lift tittle Eduon now Aei B ag a iranju(lT— he'i oppr lor how* u\ end fu*f seadiNp radio-coot to (he wrono addrextesThe stories we read Of lavish parties given by our Embassies and Legations and Consulates abroad—even If they are exaggerated — some'imes makes our mouths water. Now Mr. Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary, is considering sending a smsll team of Civil Service inspectcra (wearing back costs and pin stripe trousers?! on a world-wide lour to t>co if economics can be instituted. The) will decide what expenditure! are realty necessary, though, It is said, they will not be too hard on Britain's missions behind the Iron Curtain. Private life is dull enough as It Is In Communist countriea without making economy cuts. In the past, when income tax has been raise*! and new dutic. What a Joy to llnd that an un* spoilt, young 18-year-old girl, a greengrocer's daughter, has overnight made a smash hit on the Their recommendations will bo London stage. She has had no sent to the Transport Commission, expensive finishing schools, no imposed by successive Chancellors wn o may bow before the storm monied background, of the Exchequer, the nation has of the angry housewives. briefly voiced its protest and then So the heart of London's theaaccepted t h e inevitable — in • • • llt goers has gone out to her. %  Hence, almost. We are all getting a little tired She Is Sham Wallis. and is red of reading about the split in the haired, demure, and has a tipThe uproar that followed the Labour Party, and the activities tilted nose, recent increase in London', bus. 0 f Mr. Bevan; in fact it has been After a rapturous first night tram and tube fares continues, pleasant — almost — to turn to reception at Ixmdon's Coliseum Newspapers have publi.i.cj artithe more flamboyant dailies which where she sang "The Ocarina' in cles (with pictures) tellm t us that carry a picture of a pretty girl on "Call me Madam" she packed her little Jimmy's father (WOO lives the front page and devolc their shoes inlo a suitcase and wegst ln the suburbs) can no longer columns to crime, sport, show home to Tottenham. afford to pay the extra Jew pence business and the oddities and ecShe has not even a special boy to take little Jimmy, to the zoo. centric!ties of life. friend, or so she says. The I. €. W. I. <:*) .%  %  which they are in personal touch. Ity I.H .1. lailor w.l tor Scholarship Funds They are many other points .nvou.aiivnrc.1*, many oi mem population, African, C h i n e s e which could be discussed; the supbeautifully engrossed, were preEuropean, Levantine and Indian, port the University College has the newly installed The,, differ in colour and physlogalready received from generous Many of those present were profoundly moved as messages of congratulations and Chancellor, messages from but ll.ey live together benefactors, the further support Harvard and Chicago from New hiVppi'ty and, as Is'rlght ,nd p'roper, that it needs and wilt continue to Zeand and South Airica, hum hardlv |nlnk of their physical dlfneed. ~ Oxford and Cambridge, from universities in England and Scotland and Northern Ireland. The members of the University College This latter Is particularly ferences. So may it remain. There true in scholarships: the low in'ospcrity or happicome for each head of the popularegiom such as these, lions means not only that many .... many races have mingled, able boys and girls cannot be 'ed loo: it made ihem lf quca tions of rare arise. All must financed at the University College been kept in the background while gold-turbanned devotees prostrated themselves before his famous father. The Aga Khan, reputed descendant of the prophet Mahommed, is more than his people's leader; he is considered sinless, sacred and above the law. The Koja Community in India, numbering 120.000 is one of the wealthiest in the world. Its members are reputed to possess more jewels than anyone else in India. Originally an excommunicated Hindu merchant caste in Surat, West India, they were converted to Islam about six centuries ago by Aga Khan's evangelising forefather who became their mullah or high priest. The sect spread its business activities with the growth of British power and to-day Koja merchant princes direct big trading busmesj in East Africa, Malaya,'Burma, Indonesia a a well as throughout India. Most of the Indian Kojas. however, live around Bombay where Aly Khan began and hurriedly ended his tou-. Aly visited community gatherings in the West Indian capital and flew by private Dakota to conduct weddings in Baroda and Bombay State. Wearing faultless tropical suitings and a Persian wool cap, he read excerpts from the Koran and accepted fees on behalf of his father ranging from ten to thirty thousand pounds sterling a time. He is estimated to have collected £100,000 during his eight-day tour. Part of thu money he will give to charity. Unlike the Aga Khan, who has been known to deal sharply with his followers. Prince Aly carried out his duties quietly and without fuss. He did not bid up the bridegrooms guarantees as the Aga Khan was prone to do. All Koja bridgegrooms pledge hig sums on marriage. Divorce is so easy among the Muslims—the husband has only to say "I divorce you" three times before witnesses— that it is necessary for the wife to be well provided for in advance. At a big Koja wedding the bridegroom usually donates about £ 50,000. But this was not enough for the Aga Kharf at a Calcutta wedding last year. He told the stupefied relatives and guests: "Increase the guarantees or I leave." The perspiring millionaire father of the bridegroom hurriedly offered £70,000 The Aga Khan turned towards the door. A hundred thousand — he paused— one hundred and fifty thousand — the Aga Khan reverently opened the Koran. Poorer members of the community—small merchants in the £ 1,000 a year class—club claim to belong to the common" ".j'^' 0 rk together'for Uie good of """> tluit ,n Government revenue wealth of free universities and that th wrt „lc community cannot provide t*te scholarships they must earn their membership. . — %  m*nM*m and exhibitions on anything like They were moved also by the txtra-Mural MlUdieg the ^^ wh)ch ^ pouible m morc presence £ *he Charwllor ^ .. J^ for mass marriages. Two __ the Vicc-Chanccllor of London, Umvirsiiy <-o.l. fc v wimn nmm (, ct i on f or ,.,1Dun iQse would HO • „ ,, their foster mother: it was a sign special problems and deserves JJ,. n ssuring the future usefulceremonies awaited Prince Aly at Madras lhat UM rsrU ti o n ahlp Mwgn spaaa. maeruoo, m LKsvaragani M nm ,,, t rmv ,. rMlv ri\]\tm ni tad Nupur. Sums wtrt eflattiteted Jointly them was no pretence but an acC.K-I--.MUI-1 btuuies, now unuer B ,__ tVl ,",,„. j.,,-ii-,_ n _." r *.„ !" *i"" %  ...,_ uvc MWlb .n, iSSS, ut >„.'l.h,i,p amWM lSdta wlSTS vJbta b y M the families according to what they Then, were other ceremonic. a, lock. memuer ol tn. I,v.„e Coraf"l SSJr taTbSST wirt? ,n well. fm&Uen -,„, were laid mWM. The remark! nude above !" '" JP W lh ,„u* l?rk of" ,,„,.,, • od .pcechC! made .mi nn.il, on the eoraph, ot ,hc Colon,., „.£".',*'"""1 2£rt hSS there were rervkes ,n the Roman ,|,ow where the problem. I.e. IM '"". ZdZun? training Catholic Cathedral ot Hoi, Trinity univermics ot c.rc.1 llrluin have %  'J' College will in the Brillih Caribbean, the exhundred miles, ln the Welt Indie, become i mental training ground Ming structure dating Irom 1710 ihe dlitancei arc 10 much greater: J? h ,'.' bl[ >"i U1 ,'" !' eop „?',_ afler the nnt had been de.trocd ,„ revert lo an earlier parallel, it la *"• nd !" !"!' ,hn, ,, .. w111 ^ b, hurricane two vcan earlier a, though the Unlvemt, College ol c€ n ,rc v ' ""ellectual lite which Some preicnt in the Cathedral ihe Soulh Welt in fcxeter had to that da, heard prayers which Oic, think ot organising nded with the ,,f this the chief organ The responsibility BaoaaaM "ollege haa already th teaching ot certain trades. It has its own bookdeparture ot the Chancellor from is great and in some "res'pcc"ts"gio's 2?? 1 n 1 h i „'; n d 1" own seientlrlc Klngsion Harbour in a crubjer. beyond what ,. normally epe*tcd 522?*J£* W "iJ,' ,d ',""\?£ wllh members of the staff In of tho*. who hold extra-mural apV"";', " e '"""^ 1O hind academic dreas on th. quarterpotntmenta. The lulor must be th c boo f' to blow glais. to work In deck taking Kafir leave and the local rcprrsenlallvc of thc Cm; !" d ""t T '"'!,}J*. l t !Sl' Chancellort-.o*n verilon ol the verilt, College, Its outpost and Its Jtor, tcchnlciana. All Ihe laboraRo,al SUndard Hying at thc forepublic rclallon. orllcer, dealing in ""? benth ' rupboards and racks, mait. This Is all vary suitable for the llrst instance wllh applications University College let could afford. However, total cost of a bin Koja wedding, after the distribution of jewel-studded presents and a week of feasting, is sometimes as high as £ 100,000. During Prince Aly's tour a slight hitch developed over Ihe problem of drink. Kojas are teetotal but believe wine turns to water when it touches the Aga Khan's lips. The rations, but wc alo' samc a PP lies lo his 8on The Bom "'y P !" —pect that it will provide other,hlbitionist government did not share this view and Prince Aly officially had a drinkless stay. Stocks had been laid in for him a* Nagpur, the only place on his tour where i* is still possible to buy liquor. will broaden interests and and all the furniture for undergraduate rooms and offices nre 10.000 fan, I'olirr To Spy On Farmers A special corps of secret police 10,000 strong, is to be set up in Communist cona Uniyer.il, College set in an for arfnuMon. enquiries about "%""' ""„"' %  "'"woods'* „ ?Z trolled Rumania to spy on farmers withWsSsM.*sa sr%£ts3uS. SSSSKSsas ". ps aa hey rc use ,o u at has happened in the long hillor, ,o keep in proper touch with Its ,hc Vice-chancellor of Unjdon reGovernment-eonlrollcd prices. of univemtin. n,-„ie ,t Tuu.r,il. no, ..v when marked when ahe , this going Terms of imorisonrnent un to 20 vcars orsitii Race Question there Is so much to be done on the For those who do mil know the spot. Nevertheless, there are now marked when A 0,u ""\ Terms of imprisonment up to 20 years seems must be fulfilled In choosing --; the site of a new universv institudeath penaltv for serious offences are to b< tion. it has been suggested above l-esser Antilles to Trinidad and ^"B J**9 o1 go ^ d loc al According to Rumanian refugees wh. that in Its earlier history an island llritlsh Guiana and the like Jamaica can be compared thus' with one of the southern states of warded the United States of America, but work the parallel is by no means close which in later history. There is no colour 1Jt. bar in the Caribbean Colonies. College to support th ,h Guiana and their en*^>^. s '^, "'""^ " ^ have broken through the Iron Curtiiiii. liiiy asm and energy is being re^ f'"^uIi.Lii" ^"..^ £ olle p plain-clothed secret police force, known in led by the response to their *' *£%£ ^d^t only *uTt l R umania %  "^ lerror S( uad '" is a,n '"'> .ersity ^ft ISMUS 1,1 Ind ork same schools posit on. In Governmust be learnt The .ucees* ot the h „ ilf DflrI ,„ lav in thp fulu ? p ment are-open to all. The present College depends on the goodwill „f the British Caribbean Colonies undergraduates population of thc and enthusiasm of the people of University College contain, reprethe Colonies and for more than (Repeadured by kind pennlaai>m | intahvi". of most of the many half of the.te the Extra-Mural Deef the Editor of the t'alvetattiea Straits that liaw built up the partment is the only one uith Revsem). Our Readers Say: Surpri$infe Slalrment MOQl (""niltuslitm. if this is what paragraph of my letter to you v„ i-i.rj., IM. AA he rirv tlcer meant by "the dated 31-1 ult. To The tailor. The Aavocr'.f — v,-ii" ,, t ,. „-!. .,?„ ._ — ._ f r^^S; gHls ^r; tesrntttjs n r ^VvS-Ja^ In a KeVnt iss of" vour ne^sISi'^^inJ'teRw, 1 "?, S C^ ffl nl V**"" t C J ,0n "S paper where the fire of n,ch %  • many of the rectnt cane llres had Ulai U -U.f, it is verv diffleult lo r^L .Jn. h JiiSl .^^.K; been caused throuah the heat. „., ntv t0 „„,„ by Anting them Sin 1? h h and sme. he said, might have been caused by careless people throwing lighted cigarette, from vehicles 1 have been Instructed to state that if the Fire Officer hm. been correctly reported this Is u most :r: ^iirsft -,S*. U or, !" _ not Impossible for a can* fire to SIR.—The Printer's devil seems %  tart by mere heat, or by spontato have got Into thc pep-iltimatc 3.4.S2. match or a cigarette. Yours faithfully, J. ROBERT PETERKIN. Secretary. Agricultural Society. t'uritum For fintnnil fund' Rumania Reasons for these drastic measures against the farmers is lhat they arc held i for the failure of the Rumanian monetary reform instituted by former Finance Minister Vasilc Luca. For. despite the currency reform, farmers are still refusing to unload their hidden stores of grain and crops. TTiere has been one important result, however. Finance Minister Luca has been sacked in disgrace. His 14-roomed mansion at Ploesti. 50 miles from Bucharest is closed and guarded. It is believed that Luca is imprisoned in Bucharest Information reaching Belgrade states that the farmers' refusal to sell at unfair price, fixed by the Government was only one reason for the inflation spiral. Principal cause is said to be Russian exploitation of Rumanian oil and other natural resources According to thc same sources of information, under the monetary reform arranged by Vasile Luca. two different rates of exchange were enforced depending upon whether the money was invested in a State With thanks for thc correction, bank -or hidden away. Your, faithfully. "Favourable" rates were given to those Louis LYNCH, with bank accounts, but farmers who kept lion. See. Barbados, t heir savings at home got only nominal rates. ubseripUon list which opens Ihe AdraeaU this week, witi the sum of one hundred dollars allocated from our slender reto Pressure Cook the Safe and Easy Way. Our new shipment of Pressure Cookers are — SAFE RELIABLE Ph 4472 -FUEL SAVERS! C.S. Pitcher & Co. Olympic Committee, i Crease resistant, washable of course and superbly practical for the Tropics— it Springtime in the North Da Costa & Co., Lid. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 15* RARBuxrs IDVOCATE PAGlflV Labourer Not Guilty Of House Breaking Discrepancies In Evidence Pointed Oul IIAI \\< IX*. HIS IKK M I I Richard Hall a labourer of Middleton, St. George, was yesterday acquitted by an assize jury of the charge of breaking and entering the house of Josephine Farley of tinsame district on October 9. last year, and stealing $40 the property of Clement Husbands who lived at Farley. It took the jury only half an hour to arrive at their decision after Hall's counsel, Mr. J. E. T. Brancker had pointed out discrepancies in the Prosecution's evidence and submitted that the Prosecution had failed to prove their He had not lied the money with twine. He had loki Farley that he had put the money in the press ... ..„_ ..„ „,. oni >^"r,ir, h ; d p'L" VTT H Aaalstant lo Uvc Arlorn.y GenJjn^W thai he had ^d durin* Hearing of the case was presided over by the Acting PuisneJudge His U.rdshlp Mr. Justice li. L. Taylor and Mr. F. E. Field, the preliminary hearing that he had not told anyone he had put family of amtThved w y ,h mon ^ "* <*nied he ^-r^ri !" nad told the Magistrate S30 00 but "' admitted telling the Magistrate the eral. prosecuted for the C; The case for the PTuaecution V-as th.it at Farley and f. i*ie day of the offen at Sl.y-„li,..yr.r-old !" "W 7SIZ1I"' "* ""** bU Farley and 33-year-old Husbands were going home at about II o'clock when they saw Hall dashed out of the house and run ,„ through canes. When they went t""* 0 1 ""' w into the house 140 wa missing. Sgt. Imuss of District "B" the first witness called, said that between the clothes. When he had seen Hall on the first occasion he had seen hi..: for about half an hour, while he utting grass. Cutting Grass, ilopher Moaeley. a 41-y October 9 at about 1.15 p.m. he oW labourer, said thai he aiid Hu^ went to Middle*en, BL George, at band J 1 ** becn working together SB s IT* VI *sVb*vlsS> V lit n rr. .ml ,n.i . i SS i t it LJMI Farley In connection with the larceny reported earlier during the about 8 30 a.m. cutting grass when Hall going along Hope's day. Canes were on the eastern pr Vi lf „ Road !" c d,rec Ji? '" and western aides of the house, which Hal was gouig would hav* He was shown the shedroof door '•<< n m cither to his own Home near which a latofl and staple or Husbands. were lying. In the bedroom a Cross-examined he sad that press door was open and seemed Husbands and he had only been as though it had been forced working together for "bout two open. Clothes wen? strewn over weeks. When he saw Hall he the bed and those still m the w walking leisurely press were disordered. A knife To tn0 court. bj whioh was on top of the pn examined but found no mark on It. There had been a mark dressed in a white pants and white shirt. Cpl. Stephen Edwards then gave evidence as to the accused being ^W lat 4/ *^E*" _^aa ^asBBBst^iSk^ ^^BBBBBlw. .^BBBBBe^^ 12-YEAR-OLD BOY I I ALLS FROM TRACTOR: DEATH BY MISADVENTURE A nine-man Jury at District "A" yesterday returned a verdict of death by misadventure to Coronet H. A. Talma u ben the inquest into the circumstances surrounding the ir;ith of 12-y ear-old Fitzgerald Carnnglon of Cole Hole. St. Gcmift ended. Carrington was detained at the General Hospital about 2 p m. on April 1 after he fell from a tractor which was l* nn drivtn along Locust Hall Hill, St. George, at about I M !• m. UM same day. He died at the Hospital live hours iu> WHS admitted. owns a 1 :.nd a man r %  :lor. On April I Proute was Of the tractor which taking canes from the plantaProt (-,| io take pssssengei i or to permit anyone on i • Sometime i>etwten l mi April 1, he a was injured and went to locust Hall Road where he saw the tractor and trailer. He IKII sfcni in itir plantation yard and ther* aiw ihc boy (the dcrhotn he took to UM Gags* %  a] Hospital The name of tho boy WSJ ntagjarala Carrtngton and his age was between 10 and 12. the press as though it hud been ripped open. Cross-examined, he !" sXfd < nd h,s lv ln f ? n a i^ wild he had" not found aer. trace. TM was. corroborated by PC said he had not found any traces of finger-prints on the knife Doors Locked .Lloyd Ashby Mr. Fiefd for the Crown put it to the Jury that If they believed Sixty-nine-year-old Josephine Husbands and White who said Farley of Middleton. St George. xhrv iw Hall while they were said that seven lived at the cul jtng grass thev would have to house where she lived Four of disbelieve Hall's alibi lhat he was them were under eight years. „ ot )n St eGorge on that day. The Before leaving home at about 10 consideration that Hall's alibi to a.m. on October p she locked the tnP p^jrc had not been given on doors and closed all the windows. oa h |,ke the witnesses whose deShe was returning at about 11 meanour thev had seen, would help oclock to get breakfast for Huslhem n deciding whom thev bands who lived there, when she would believe met Husbands just before she He said that the discrepancies in reached home and the two of lhe evidence of some of the wttthem walked towards the house. nes4e WM doubtless due to the When she got near the house she nct ihat they did not have the saw Hall run through the front advantage of a good education. She said she knew Hall from „. „,. .wl^i !" !, 1 !;?.. h*. n .>., SSdRrnS tti"2 J&Sft£? %?££F"lGZ ONE of tiie Boodhoo Brothers bilancas on his bicycle. To control the cycle he has his feet on the front wheel. Acrol>ats Join In Floor Show The deceased fell on his right side and he {Corbin! shouted to UM dftVtt to lop The wheel of UM tralMr did not roll over the body of the deceased. This was the right front wheel of the tractor At thi* stage Coroner Talma presented the facts of the Inquiry u> the Jury who returned a verdict of death by misadventure GUI Elected Churchwarden For St. Peter HruiscH IHi Arm There were brul.es un the rlKht Mr. A. A. Gill. Ia>t >er' Junarm -idr .iiul In und lhe Uiy was lor Gu.rdlan lor SI Pel. i V( %  roanini It he wi In pain. He lryi wml | tclf< i churehwwrten ...Ih.-i.ilal f, ir |he ensuing UTin b\ ^ nisi..r"I have spoken 10 lhe cl.,,-.,.,a „ v vo e wh[ „ hc s t rr ,„ on several oeeaslons about rldlnn ve.trjmet yesterday He WU on the u.ctor. The deecun was plo posd by Mr. C, H. P, Jordan loyad at the planlaim n v „,„, lranlp ,u QI „,, conded VTVoU^ffJl*-V-i^JSsBfB T I ?• ,! „., „?, V.l !" ^S %  "" %  '>• ~pll his nommalK.n, of Mr C! o Gill and Mr. E I Mrs. Housewife ARE YOU LOOKING FOR I Mill i; BITTER? WHY NOT TRY GLOW-SPREAD I Allll >l \H<. \IU\I lib Package at 62c. each 5 Tins at 60c. lb. < oulaius \ i lain ins A A D Chandlei 'III I lrll!. iioodhoo isrotners ... —........ >. u ... u ... ,....a inr rani ,na ninnuiiiuiir IIUUISJ n..-i performance of hand balancinif and acrobatic stunts -then the liver Death wu duo to shoek '' f;?'"I', h g ",„.,* '' *,"L f-hu,< the South American Varietv Troupe |UM their Floor !" d haemorrhage n„. ,.„;..""ggW ajf au ^a. a aaa. A A ~ a. a K I li'air*! lUSl VV f*T*. <'. woik be ,„d,„ _,he p.itt ir Cats said the body of the bados a few veal's aco. He will ghf a scries of Spanish rteceasad was identnicd to him by dances with his partner, Bonnie Edinboro. Charles Carrington who said the r his brolhet The Boodhoo Brothers are also contortionists, hich wire Charles Carrington said that he walkers and stunt r,d,rs Also w.th the show arc Cecil ^^^t^t^Sjjgll A KmSmmSV^t, Green, a lyric teOOT, winner of the 1051 Staging Compethe dead body of his bmlhti -t th. 'handler. titiun in British Guiana. Turn Brandt, ballad singer of Hospital Mortuary to Dr. Cato. iii.,i,. u ,. (,-,„,.; M Gipsy Caravan prog! imnv • w Z F V Enid 1 Jow pn Qnmvm nf |lTMpe( t> St ff^Af>SSSSSiS!T Ivor Huntc. accompanist and a pianist of lhe New Luckies James, said that ha was driving Gill, Mr. U. V. Jemmott, Orcbeitni nf British Guiana. iiifir. (1 '..i (.-23801, April 1 about .•.*WM pulling1. Organ Tuner -^ —^ 9 --, m •>i>* a : ul,h *' t,nct nd n *" Wr Lionel Gittens Students Receive Certificates At SSTS :: %  ;;!. %  • %  A •,-, 11 .I'm bahtnd the irivirs se.it. n-i-.,,.*,,,, i'... ('.... %  .%  .-i;,,.. 1 he boys was railed 'Bow"H. ?*•!*," l SW?"!"? Mr. r.. Jordan and Mr. h. < Addressing visitors to the Housecraft Ceninyettef"' k '"'"'" * preserves, rinf Dajne (St. Pelers Parish Chur.hi. day the occasion of the presentation of certificates and JS2'* O.'S'JS}' Tractor Mopped Mr H <.,„ anrt Ml Jl4l „ prizes o_,he_ students of the Homec,;af, .nstructors w,,,,,,,,. ,h, way^nUn;.. AI M ';"M'1" ??..!.;.,and 10 stop the traeUir and he stopped {J^ C P "'" •""" %  obelle Homecraft Instructors' Course men wnii i-tiin> .11,11 in mi i.itjnri vjitiens ing the tractor from l-oDelegales For The Apuoinl 1 t men. of Church S Left For Work Clement Husbands. 33-year-old agricultural labourer who Uvei Farley said that .11 the 1 lagaw and hi a most popui.ir gtutlaol Durta Course, Mrs. R. N. Turner, wife of the Colonial Sceri'tnrv. t ), t ,., • said that the course was filling a nap lhat had bc-n lrft open oul foi Uw amounl oi LooktagOBS h! far too lonii in the comniumtv. She pointed nut lhat the •''"• '" in front ea purpose of the course was to spread Domestic SCIUH. r el of the iri muthnda to many and that it would be the duly of the SJ'J*, selected few who had attended the court* to do -" thai %  After the welcome address was dcjm.v Director In an Ingptiing make some of them Bvomad/but, the legs of the deceased October 9 he given by Maj. Glindon Reed. Uiinn tktJpful weeks rolle.i l.miseil and he look him lo Locust HARRISON'S Broad St. AUT0BRITE THE AMAZING -NEW .SILICONE PROCESS saw nf UM trinlei the Land Rates Ixiid ... the end ol front ,,( tha wheel The deceased . Iron) eari> t'i said, 'l^rd have mercy" One of J\ / M4*&9 [Vf /XCTt* tinlaa of the deceased was — ••---— -. aa •••••.• %  %  •••, -~,r — >ata sat a>. — •. —-%. %  -. -.. .in 11111 M I v fij i'llll l All ir.tlVIM'e lllll I 1,1: •• > %  ••• rirm .•>, ,-..... ,t_. i... |i,a,|I i,l II Ml HIM ana M a WK^i ,, ?"? 52ffi nr>on by Ml lv >" Alleyne, Orwoman. This gave us something ... r ,. took | um (lll e deceased) to the IJ4 j' r f JJS? '. n„nS^\ n ihr 2 e "?iJlt !" l ,\ n *: br V k i fls : ** nl * o( thp !" ""*Miss It I. which to %  m. and just fsMM the %  ;! ; „ ; „ 3" ' when IhJy met IUte"la 'hat King movod a vote of thanks and necessary finish lo the Scheme, ,, u llshowed afl.r. % 1st 1 1 %  f "' "' ;i '" t <'"' ""' This is an increase'of 501 cents fhc work was open to inspection SulijiiK Covered ^1 %  botu The 'i;" 1 "' pot ten on land, and of a hulfMiss Ivy Alleyne said: The course l| csOUd thg Homealthough ,mly lOOtlVllll M.1 ''" anrt P ru P cr dv ul cent on trade. Honourable Colonial Secretary, rnift IrAtrUCbM •' Com •< %  and OUThad still shown notletal Ic im"'L, *" oa u „ Last year, the Vestry budgiled Mrs. Turner, Director of Educaered uch subjects as Laundryprovement. To ihe Jury (.reaves said tnni fr a7.000 l<. rover their eapenses he could not dwrlbe how the boys (( h b ihiryea_______ were sitting on the tractor He Ul „ w hau ,„.,,„,.,, f „, .---and students of th, at any partlculai day he returned home for breakfast at about 11 o'clock. Farley and he were going home together when he saw Hall run from tho He U went into\Ve rb hSse ,h and*ra*w on UoW"d Gentlemen, we. work. Housewifery. Nutrition Exhibits his clothes scattered about the bed **•. P"anent ? n d vi'iting staff Cookery, cake a nd pastry m,.kir>K, Th< siu this afternoon. W; ; i Otho Corbln lit) of Cole Hole, year is a sum or money for the press, he said, was broken. *"uld specially like you, Mrs. i„g a nd Public Dcmonstr.itlons in TlUi Li , { vl ., ... < ,, ;t said that he know the purpose of granting salary raises and golden '..m.Le,, t.v '^i.„ deceased .Oil Ap.il 1 -t i.ho.n to their wfiole-time employees. they have b-idgeted for $62,487, AUproute who wol taking nil 'break. „___.__.*. ,„_ •< '"""" %  "US in th. nt.rn.Ka th CAR POLISH. Our Trial <<11.nl.ty sold oul in a week hul a more nppreciiihle shipment has just been received. THE PRICE IS UNALTEREDONLY $1.60 PER BOTTLE Isdn't Force! — "AUTOBRITE" contains 4' silit mil's .mil il is . GUARANTEED TO OUT-SHINE AND OUT-LAST ANY CAR POLISH YOU EVER USED. II gives 11 glass-hard finish impervious to lorrenli.il ruin, b I i 1 I r r i n c sun nnd rorrosivc salt nir and the Silicone finish preserve* its hard ulcaminu lustre lor nioiillis. "At'TtHIRITE" Cleans. Polishes und Prelects In hull the time vvilh half the labour. |V* Just Spread It On and Wipe It Offthat's all OBTAINABLE ONLY AT: Hardware Store TI. 2364. HARRISON'S would specially like you, Mrs. ]ng and Pubi He had put the money there on TurnCT to know how much we i^by care gad a . a _. ._ .ami aiaaiatast as a.aMasAAjkonl ssn AS. t\T r. the Saturday and had left it there |Jpreclate your acceptance of on the morning before he left u r request to dlstrtbuie our cerhome. The money consisted of tiflcates and prizes. We are condollar bills. sclous of the interest you have When he saw Hall Hall was taken in our progress and we are wearing a khaki shirt and a white grateful. pants He had seen Hall earlier This afternoon's function cliwhilc at work. maxes a course of study which was Cross-examined, he said that formally epened on Friday 14th after Farley and he had seen Hall Sept.. 1951. by Mr. E. C M. Theorunning from the house. Farley balds, the then Acting EHnet went back to call a neighbour and Education. Some of our visitors he went mto the house where here this afternoon were pre* it Farley came back and found him with us on that morning, when tha The give lr 11,111. to Trschi Clubs and golden apple Jelly. • fSfSt U %  •^"•dmWlTUitJam, ionul 30 t ,n rlmary Srhonl und Ki( Mlt itwad <>MlVas he was wllh thradrcciisrsl rhr raKs s out are : — on th. tiactor G-238 own,". Iy Parochial .mployaa vv.thln Ihc Iy-iist Hall Plantation. Th.y got salary Male .1—140—15%. t lubs -n.1 111,1 ScholarsAsao,, __\ on lhe tractor In a c:.ncfl.l, .,.„, t.. ... i.t in th. held ,'. '"I" '" ,"" 1,1 '<'' %  '•"> a ...•dw.aon Parochial .mploy^s within Ihc •I AMI Kducalion Twenty ""S, J "" "" i.t • %  the tractor w.th .alary scale 7S-|10O-%. stodcr.P. were vl.i led tor train"! '"' ''•uf In Mi „„ il„ l,.,ll which conTarochlal cmploywa within the ln< 13 ol whom were Primary ';"" al"donl h.i.l lo .....k, %  .. -,il.r:. ctOT to Ih. "H'-i s„lary scale |I00 and onward.— Sellout Teachers and th. other ' 't I" send While the tractor was tr.v.lllna J%. cluha. t'lic..iic, aom. pool clill.... represe itati.. addition to thai number, dr. n, wr made up ami there was oil. male who trainPnr'cls lo ihc Si ThoaiU' N'utrled in cookery, rake and rastry Death Of Two Traitors Weather proofed WIND-BREAKERS A very smart two-tone design in Brown and Grey in two different styles. Short Waisted $9.95 JACKET STYLE $12.95 I WE Mil I'll I llll A r-fting, drestes In the S-wlni. Its in Handu r.,( ****• rou .P could disThair also had talks from vl ton, ^^ who strayed Uieir iriembers kiodlv given hv Mr IU-< klrt f '*"• Rue Laui i'• %  %  Cooperative. Ofncer. BCC 1 ^ A: ..n .wo Frenchmen were arrested. Abel Danos rubiir Dnnomtraliuns and Raymond Monange, b-.th In addition six 5,uden' i. police %  rti'ekly in two, t, ,.,..,. i__,,_ I UllUJ ind l>l ,< kDemontratloiis ., Cookery at the Kgle Hall ClUUe, '' ' l '-' "tigUons St. Thomas' Nutrition Cenli, ana "' '' "SBacfc OBVnMIl killers of Hoc 1 %  eral Hospital I Armed Karort BathLig „, Al (X „ ( i ock lin March 17. the comfort In Bad, and to the K IU i %  .,nity Hoapital for Urine Test il-.. %  i nd and Raymond Monange with nn Administration of Medicines. ajoort was driven 1 They have al % %  i | out. on Nutrinon. a nd in theii Group At the saiM t.me with another Organisation have visiied a poor Oa Pwe I Three hours later the cafes of PINEAPPLE TODAYS SPECIAL SUN SHADES all different .trie* and types available From "t -' la uboiii N!HMI Call TOIlAi at your IM\II I IRS V. IfeLl.tIA A IO.. llll 20 Broad Slrert. SAVE HERE! IlIDDYS A.N1'AHAG.S SfltiP—pCv tin LETONA GREEN PEA BOVP per tin %fAI(KI,A IlaAIN OGIVES—pee Jar MAHKGA PLAIN OUVBfl |>er Jar CRAWPORDS <*RrAM CRACKERS— per lin AUSTRALIAN LEQ HAMS—II—15 lbs per Lb, Origln.-slly This Week $33-1 30 38 — 32 ] SO — 1 0 I M — 96 : HI 1.61 — DKNMOlt LKG 11AM in 4-lh tins—per tin DEHMOR LEO HAM in 2l-lb. tinsper Un IMPEHIAL BRISKET BEET 4-lb tin—per tin ... CHASE a SANBOURNES IN.STANT COFFEE per tin KOO Otl V) I-lb tin K PEPPER 1 or caster LION WHITE PEPPER u etsttr LION CURRY POWDER-4 o/ tin LION PIMENTO4 ;r tin COCKADE FINE RUM STAXSFEiM. SCOTT A *'. L'>



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PAGE SIX %  AUAIHM ADVOCATE FRIDAY APRIL t. IBM CLASSIFIED ADS. tMt HI VI nun WAUOTT-On IW April. IBM el WIIIIUCT. Bnium'i Croea Road Mansei. Ctaarlsa winalon Wan Mitact, Da**** > M - p.m. an-da* II Cam* wry. tilvia sfa'ttitl %  Wllmn 'ino*'". Mti.1* •Ml '• Wsic.u i K i n >. C* -"i %  IN MEMORIAM RTSLTN— %  << losing memory of our. Mr died i 4ih AUIII. net* Int" ssd wn have ossi. yst vour I OH SAIL UTOMOTIYr \ *N on* III r * Van I" too* • %  *• %  "• .11 IMM •f^"""** rOSUUsg orBsr 4if" % %  -' **"*"• rtUMr unalcr !*"•• %  • '**"** nalsB* )1M >M %  • % %  in* Cou i i — f HVMIII nn< MArTIU ft Co., LM YOUNO MAN for b* muMf of using -UK "IBB innmminK and r !" aierrurj. %  -— i -. —%  — ipftolater* • %  •" •B*"* w *4?"i"r*" r 2" *"***" A """~ ^fer %  i rnrrrn one .eeo*>d Hut-ado. AdJBHH, TJH rAHeV-Mlnor Two-toSalussi IjBe ,rw. Moor Tourse T.BM miles Morrta i .(or* Bateon vr-cy good eonaliii.. ; ( dge 'i"*' t*o-.e*irr. d**m. ..king into P* "P_ MJ| SMiubi* tor Kir* 11*47 *JEi Wolsalry 1 nun mltaa In •.<,. lT.OWi mil**, %.ry iw i .i.din FoUT ROYAL OAKAOB Lad. Telephone 4M4 %  %  MJXTR1CAL II mi< wencBS 1 til Dial TTB7 „n ( pea MAffB ... %  •I Ml II MIIS Labourer Not Guilty SHIPPING NOTICES l .-. M. IP*--. eVaf... er. St t w ai Cues* •-* *o. • (V &Brs=jr^ur3= ? W 1 K l*f.-Ba a*a) M> aa %  M ** % %  . a*-4 *B —JO.*— %  •• • PACK A* .ill %  • H *W.i>a,i BTACBVB..ital>i.for AJ, P k F iiCftrr rt Broad Blrset m. ROOBBTB.T M*rrll Pally lumuHM. isxludln. Frigid*, ire. T.lephone and BoBlrTuaaon Available in Mat Phone IBM 4 • IB—I f r> .,.-. Qoj I JUnr Fo >•** rgc Parit7 had paid that Husband! had :*fo> t BMhbOMr> among aomr rlothea In the prata. Mr ri-minded the iury at other iuch aa one witneu >. IIIM %  white >a>lni Hall waa In a white ahlrt f had mnnnd another he waa In khaki and ailed lrn '"'(1 them 'net*, waa no evidence -run The* t .ill itrfnrr ihern for them to i aaaaiii li I Hall The Jury retired half an hour h*i iheiwarda and returned with the MO he had rorrBCted verdi.t rf not lull** .1. .aid ^————rVETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. -HUM. PBOH Minn HBCVBA. on Hi April IBM lllh April 1PU mt' Ap*K itat IK ISA I II. A F •;• %  •#• .IV l-n-tai in."* BortJ. •> daal aiat Brron m m and %  p I* frMav larl* AITTION INDFJI THF Sll.VtJl HAMMKV %  mil tot) bwa* Hi ItoWrt THom PatriMld Slron I BA1XB WrUfPlNC PAPER •> 1JJ0 n'clnk TinI RRANKtlt. TfcOTMAN A CO, l/NDER T1IF. SILVKR HAMMER %  ^"H* %  ..llr.. I M MIS( KIJ.ANFOUS I OSI A I Ol Ml ( %  n T ,—da% Bll> barrr ol Mn A llama. . will %  *" her furnuura ai Ili H dtaWB. i Jam**. l"tif Bailee and t > Table ilo aeat I lira. Mir IbtiUnd. ornament .Tabiea all in mahecan< (. P| aerrtce* V.er.. J.r%  ..I ttl.l and dloOKPR Halib.il Uver Oil m 3 e. e. and 1* c < boltto*. alo In t*nllea "I :. Canaul" Cm be obtained from yru* t>ruCBM <" t Jorioaon B Co.. PMnea v.'iiltam Hmn BOeel. ABBata l. %  llliOKU I^TIOHATOBJM Phone MBI r> tween lindlim I • H-4n Boup "ST?*. NOTICE The Annual tearwrai Medina of t Barbodoa Baafeelball A—ial...,, -HI b. held at the V M C A on rHIDAV. tn Apri. at I B) P I that Ihty ana> < > tot the Orneral Meetinc M 1 s-an IrttUtlMM and the complealnn i, (-an be obtained from your it or E. JaBwann A Co Prince William Henry Strorl. AgniU Id" <-|l(K>KKA I^IIOnATORJXS I'hone >B: l^tween t and I a.m. I • m-+t rtmjlANT—43 centa 1 II cenli par lb. at C. H* aaajat, Cili. I.> Advert i*i In the S rewarded. Plaai I Urpt ( WEYMOUTH CLUB NOTICE Bfc u dVra are hereb* remlndad ol Ui AnKal Genera, Meeting which lake, paaae tn.hi PrWa] 4'-. April l**l ; 4* M The Rnrd MemnflaL JMpaa IO WBl.TBHtRa, Sretv It 13 In LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE i* %  UBUor. I %  ion m il Srum. Mall •t a board a-id ah Cilehlr,*! A .i ... La He. C!1 > -Doted U -i and da' of April. IBU tall A TALMA tan. : rnr.DKnirK MUrtreTiJ Idh lo he IMU %  day the liUi aVv ol April. IBU JI II o'cloaB. -I. II A I 4 4 Id— In PWOTTA-TWCB are from C lohnaon A to ii inn> MrnrBtreet AfenU for! hb. r Co I'hone Mr I betweer. in 14 U—An I TAKE NOTICE MORNING MIST Thai tmHRY W PlEABODT AFRICA ipROPMETAIIVi I %  MTTBD. a rmpanv incorporated and riiatlnr unde' I'..United llablllt* laws of the Union of Month Africa whose trade or buslnaaa aadiaaa la Argua Cnamhen. >. ii IT. ft Street Cape Town. South Africa. liKii". has appllad for the r e g a tt a iton of a trade rnark in Part "A" of 'Ir fitter In respect Of canned fnilla. ftah. dried fruit, eryrtalllaed fruit. ( -^r-e \ Dtnorulnra. Oil Paintlnl — [lure* Planti ...... %  BtMtri I rsrdBuj tswim C. JaMuUe and Fatdlnf. Vrrandah Chairs Oo Cart. Preei Coal Blove. Linen. L P. t;ardawi Tdota and I M Bale )l M otldttL Tmr. CABMl IS!; WKI I; TROTHAN A CO.. \ 11 > 11 i -. r 4 4 Jr. •^ IH-Month Sentence llret referred fc. the dut irf IVnaavutKin to prsrve their caee ben*nd aal resiKtiishle danibt and aaid lhat it waa not bsvauaa a man happened it. he i-haided lhat he nere s smtilv ww guilts of the rrime (-iVTRmtTftd It waa for them to deMiLordahlp the Chief Juitlcv Hn Allan Collymore acntenced ."•t-nanut aeller Samuel Alleyne of Weston. 8t. James who was found KUllW earlier In the BfBlond, of IBM the wimesBs, for the i^**"**" 11 ^P"*.^ !" *}""*! I re*, hed that -tandard hou ": %  "* "*** ,ln 19 ?. ' lS %  hai ih.nld h.vr ( -.rfe.t cm'nonthImprtannrnent with hard them 5 0U \. Al 7 n '' hd two previou. ted mi! thai while Fart-onvietlon. for petty larceny. Irs had aa(d that he had reft the rMHtaa lo go and tell a nelghboui Seventeen-year-old F1U Gerald id had left Huihnd5 outside the Hayntd of HagRall Hall who xtse and returned and found him pleBded guilty earlier in the sesiU outside. Husbands had said slop* to Indecent assault and who .at when she left, he wen! into had been given a good character •he hou-*and she returned and by the Probation Officer was put found him In the house Again on probation for 18 months. -MIIOil 1 BIHTMAMtTON 4NII AMBTBBUAM WUJ*M.rTAI> ee. IBad Apr.I IBU aABLINO TO TBIMIBAB, PABASIAKIMO ANO BBIIISM ..I 1\N 1 M COTT1CA on Trh April IBM S K UONAMIIC on Sth M.>. IffN SAIIXSl, to UIMIitti till • I BA( 40 M S HECVDA Hat April IBM S %  BOSKOOP ITU. April IPK B P. Mt'tBON. SON A CO LID Assaaa. llfaUBM PAYS BtSI N^< ---a s. K.m an1 Peeo'!• o*il> ,.r Ml Vincent Maihn. .... „tafBV 'CACTOrTf; nsO. I'AlllllP. win .rcept Cargo and Fwaaangers lo. St Luata, and At ib-. m for St Vm.-i MB |: M The MV %  DAMhixili" will arcopi Canto and rnn|> l *t l^aria, G renada and Ambi. and BaUUng Wsdns-to%t*Bsd' ,, !" : The M V CARIBRFX will anomir.kii. A Sa| • — %  "•" %  *-lBai Wed> Sth mat II. S* ROOMS OWMRA ASSOCIATION (DM (Ml 'e> Canadian (National Steamnhipri -in .mini -.n ADV CHANCERY SALE UIV NSXBA1R < ANAULAN cnUIBJOl ANAlilAN CONBTRLCTUli i AJJV MOOKaTY ANAU1AN I H AIJ H I. M %  -ADV NKLBON .. i ANA1HAM CMUMSR t ANAOIAN Curt*TH l;c -r 1 j| 1 AUV 19>i tm M Junr II July AM,,., %  < 1 Apr. W Apr 11 Ma> Julr 1) Ju). IS July ur-s—rt^ "ill •" t ip tor sale al t"r ResTii 3TPre. P\.sllc rhiiMlnaj, IVrldsewva-n. hetwasn II noon and 1 p m for the sum rd an the da'c • ,*-d below It r-t then .old. It will be act np on sach •n.eeadks, Priday ai the anmr place and during the same hour, until sold Full Parlsrulara on appltreltan to me. DMendani JOHN WPJUJ-y roa.1. Pi.inl ft FDWIN IJX BILL rHOPMITY All thai rertaln puce ... parrel ol land altuatr at Btrwarta Hill In Ihe pariah of Bt. John and lalend of Barbados aroae-ald containing bv pdnteaaursnu-nl one aeie ahd laant two puchr. Abutling anl bounding on 1he wnth on lamia r-r Mouni Plsasant Plantation on UM North and on the West on landof Mr. B 1Barrow and on the Bait on lands now or late of Mr John Weatherhead or however else the same ma* abut and bound Together wilh Ihe mi n us — or rlW*lllngno.ussnd all snd •insular other the building, and erection. thereon erected ;mu bulli .landing and being with thappurBra., U Apr a Jui> u J... SB Ju. MIBTBBOI Mi l-.N CRUMOEH 7 Apr Si Apr : AUY IIUI.M.V U Api I ADY NBLeVON ia Ms i its t-HUkSEH *4 May IB Ma> ANAULAN • oHTRUCTOK t juns IS June • J.i. | 11 asjaj iuv RODsrsrt .. CANADIAN 1 AIJJCNOBJI .. S3 June Bf Jin. AHT NTBajBoM .. a Sub a J >N CXUBSaBl .. 14 July IB Jul.' i ANADIAf. %  .INSTRUCTOR M July M J,.l, ADY BH| .. 1 Aug. f Auf Arrl.-. a I i-l... 14 Ap, BB BBBjj • Aug 1 Ap, g Bn a M-, %  Jun. IB Jul) II Junta Jun. 1 JUI> 11 Jul< II J a A i ]-. •wd %  BBSBH \K TVRES We now offer lor sale in on* .tore th* famous GoodTSor Lorry and Paaaangsr Car TyrssWe will put Ihem on *our csr or lorry free K R HUNTS; A Co LU Lr Broad St Dial MM M*B> -BB. (.UlllllU A DAHLIA lafean for Gladioli and Dahlias HI dstlveey in Dscrmber IBU. parties booNIng plaaa? phone 4441. • Gedlea Qrant. Ltd IB 1 5t14n WHAT THEY SAY 1 -," %  r t .v or rent i JVST RKCBITTJD Valor Btovs part*. % %  :.Hnf — Chrmneya *jpesaderi. Otld 1 Plslea Wick*, and Oven* Also Stove parU Enquire Auto T rt i. Trafalgar •> Spry BUeet. M M I S4— t f n. OILTh* world* Basat motor 'irdol. at all leading Oarage* and Bar. .r vehlels dassrve* the ne-l T">I. '7~md -hei-'.'i hue caia 17 1 M it %  %  sa Ingredient. In illtled to re.M.r lonth from the lnd t snd win be n m. Mis* ons of April. 1BBI. neaa Bins persitn anan in the nican• i' give nollte In duplicate to ms al v ohVe of i.ppualUon of such regliation The trade mark can be Been > application at iresSBee Dale-l iliia BHh day of March ISM II WILLIAMS. Regotrar of Trade MarKi TAKE NOTICE PINNACLE Thai HENRY W PKABODY SOUTH APR1CA • PROPRITTAR* • I.1M1TXD. a Company incorporsled snd *"tinf under the limited liability las* of the Union of South Africa wi.<*r trad* or buM. > • address la Ana Chambers. > '"hureh Sir eel Cape Town. Bo-ith Afrscs. l.aa applied lor the reassm. i. ,.l. Sore Mouth 'Of* Bloody Teeth rrhss. Trench Mc n*i Bad Ciaai U Istar cause your t bleeding 1.. %  aors moulh and qalrkli 11* ' "'1 Y" v|h lr n %  *".]|iKiiul make your nmuili %  and Bars your teeth or mo". bs in rsturn of empty i.a-k.f.i AmaBsn rn^m ...in rh.mn%  i Th* guarantee BtL.trla >uu Unguentine Relieves pain of Jl.ST TO KK.VI.W YOU ... when you purchase from fK.xm.M. aTMMOJVM Our Motor Van Delivers the Goods at Your Door. CENTRAL EMPORIUM Corner Broad A l mint Streeta ..... ......... ..,.-. -^^,->-ve^^'^^,e.'V^^I Fsc fsurtber particulsra. aavir as— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO^ LTD.-/V....U. WW<-//.V,'/aV/,v/,v,-,v//,.,y/ > I r ..i.,„. * I UKJPJIATOR—Ow* II Csfoaspg oil Retriger'itor. 4 cu .. I. perlett working si WrUiT. Barn t I LSIl f.gggBBBBl We are .ae Ihl* lady onlv eatced al hundreds of StBsr FURNISH TO-n \\ !hf Mon-v Sd|Wiy L-l'ANsXLCll snd othei %  kd(. asr • Van i He. srlth Van. %  WsTd.obes and Urea. I.IIft'OK LICENSE NOTICE HAN-IK AVU KrMOt M. The apv.li.ati..., of Dallas Marshall of a purehsssT I liquor License No. t of IBM framed WU-." Orsen In respect of a Board rd Oslvanee) shew aMuatsd .1 Pllgrinsa %  ove soid Jcmse lo a Board and tiahanited >.p rilualed ai Well lluae. St Philip. nd lo use it al iuch laat described %  BBjBJBJ \-.'A ISM iSgd GOItDON niiiWNX. Applicant. HAItfTH Kaq U DM H II Thl. sppllcil'.m will he c Idered at a LatsnUng Court to We-lnesrl... Ihe|. il.nl ISM a \ r.l-ven o'clock a.m. .'..lice ro.irta. Dial." I A W .1A HTTP %  • MAHOGANY. „ S b.e. fi. Dining, Co wbsr K,%  Id I.. '. . .y Kitchen an ... ..„. g-fSU* n plec.a m Mnla ... and llufli, and J flics Thing* NkW AMI L.S.WILSON FURNITURE AUCTION PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT We are instructed by Mr. W. D. Chnrlton to dispose of nil his Modern Furniture and effects at WHITEHALL FLATS, Codrinpton Hill. St Michael at II 30 a.m. on WEDNESDAY, 9lh April O AUCTIONEERS J ...... M. Iff a.alo.. V CO. A F S. F V A ph.oe MM. PUnSatlss. Bsllglsg Hag later lam.. Ilah. Ir'rd fr TH, l i ... li :i ^ rsspset of canned fruHa. crysta. Used fruit, i ..nd fruit itie** uaed ai food .. food, snd will be entitled to isgl.l-r Btaame after one onlh from the end d*i ol April. IBM. ileoa SD-ne person shall In the meanine give noli..In d-ti"g under tie limned llabilili lawa *jf Uvs Union of Bdutk Africa whoa* trade or business add re. a U Argua Chambers, > t hnrch Bteeet Cap* Town, nouth Africa. 1 •ifra-ten n*. applied for inresjiatratum m a trade mark bt Part "A" ol irer-rter In reapNI of canned truR* .am*. Bah. dried fruM. eryelal1iae.t fruii Tuil JiOre.. t.uil sq. sabSB. I. jit and Iill bsvs.-g... and auliatjfcras uoad a* (oon or aa ln*,edi.nl, food, and will b. mUm t.. lesn.ter the aame alter on. 'nasafB from Ihe Snd ds> ol April IMj -usss aom* person ahsll in Ihe mean i m*> jive notice in duplicate to ms -1 •Bare of oppoallion of .uch tsafj. Th* trade mark ran be e**' i i orlite day *f March IBM H WILLiA-tts. Of Trad* U.fi%  m appllci... DaBM Ih FOR SALE I \ \4 II III I.f. 111. Avenue. — Belleville \n attractive and well proportioned 2 storey house situated on a corner Kite of 12,050 sq. feet. Contains 3 galleries (1 tncUaaed), l.ngt* drawing room, dining room, -ttudy. modern kitchen, t bedroom., garage, etc. L*i llnurr arrrpted for quick sale, owner going abroad. •IOII.\ >1. III.AIIO.X afk CO. C'G'TRANSATLANTIOUE ; s.ilinn from Aotrthamptoii to GQadelaupe. M.iriinique. Barbados Trinidad. La Gualra. (ur.r.o A Jamatea Phone 1 -1 %  %  AKS. K.VA. REAL ESTATE AGENTS Plantation. BaUdlng. —a fsW burn I aJ thai li aotlMptic Rrllr.ti Psia—G1B^ CooJon—ProBotga I lag. Tabes Of jars. TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE LANYARD Tluil IIKNRY W PHABODY SOITN UltaCA IPRUPRIBTAHYI LaMlTtai. a • rp..rated and esislir.g und. .i lunllttv U-* of th* Unla >l SoulB Africa whoae trade or bui isss addrsaa la, Argua Chambers. 1 'hureh Sirse;. Cap* Town. South Africa, -•porter., lie* applied lor the m|'.u-iii of a trade mark Hi Part A of lag Hi in MBpeet of canned fruits. %  n .. iuti dried fruit. crysUlbvd fruit. i ml Juices, fruit fSjuaahc* fruit, and fruit ilVarssBBI, and aubatence. uead aa food r aa inmedlenl. In food, and will he nlllled lo %  sajfariWr th* aame after one nontii from the Snd day of April. iffSS. i.nse givs notics in duplicate to me at v "fr** of opposition of such regi-> sppUesUon al trey offlot. IK* trade nuirk ca n be Been I _JhI TMB "tTNmOK" Pen CO I.IM listed Ihia atn da) of March IPSl '. 1TEJ0. .. Brltl.h Cump-ny. whoae trsilII W1IJ.1AM.S. r^aaoaro, addreee la STS. Klrsrstnn R.^ Regidrar of Trade Maik> "•"*•*. %  **.. bigUnd. Msnulsctu.ee. S4SS—So. '"* %  PP"*** '' >ne regm, %  i 'ide mark In Part A" of Regt'ter h *-'.*-'e*e*e*e*e*e'e'i.'e*e**'e*-V*'.*>'-V'. '**' ' v ""' '•""'*" P">. p-n holdi a> %  pencil!, pen nib. and pen and pen clips and will be entitled to rogicter Mine allri one monlh fr..., the tn-1 .. IBM. unlrsa some psraon /V T//*.' '" ln ""* "tesnllme give notice kl i.• me si say oOVe of ovpo>i lion of iu.li rssnahralki The Irsde marl. •. a be aeen on application at my office Dated ihla Mth day of March ISM H WIIJ.IAJlf*. Reci.tr lr of Trade Marh. ADVERTISE ADVOCATE or. i.ifo.v nrvf.s DIAMOND ENGAGPMIM And DIAMOND WmfMNG RINGS AvslUble Separately or In SeU Vaur Jewellers | . e LIMA A CO.. LTD. to. Broad Slrrrl ORIENTAL PALACE HEADQVARTEBS rOR MM 1 I Ml.-. rilOM INDIA. CHINA a CEYLON THANI'S Pr WBI. Hy. 81 Dial 36 TO-DAYS MWS FLASH I Some Bin Coplea of ILLUsTRATTD lJNIK)N SfV^ Of the Ki-i I aa-ral ter Saae all si JOHNSON'S STATIONERY and HARDWARE I'lAXO IIII I I Al. MR. Prafena GUY JONSON of fh Hoi-al Academy of Mustc, •• THE BRrTWH COUNCIL Wak.nnd White Park on WEDNE8DAT. th April, at S 30 pi Prooraninie includes ; THREI SONATAS PRCLUDI AND FUGUE IN C SHARP SONATA IN H MINOR. Op 58 ..nd WORKS by Irrohinr. FBMPB and J Admlaaloii 1100 or 60c. All Sear* R< Scar lot fi Boch Chopin ST. VINCEIVT <*ltt Mf.lM V GOOSE AIR SERVICE %  insiM SI HI Ml I I SL Vincenl/Barbados/HL Vincent IVp.rU St. Vlnecnl AniTM FUrhados Depart* ttarbados ArTlvrsi 8L Vincent St. Vlncent/Trlnldad .'St. Vlnrenl Irepiirta St. \ in., in Arrlvea Trlnld.d l>rparta Trinidad ArrlvtB St. Vincent 9.00 a.m. 10.00 :i in 10J0 BJTL 11.SO a.m B.00 t0.J0 |1J0 1.00 From Soatbamplon Arrives rurhada. "COLOMBIE" 18th March. 1952 31st March, 1952 *'DE GRASSE". 2
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, April 04, 1952
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ESTABLISHED 1895
Tories Survive
By Ten Votes
Socialists Make Bid
To Weaken New Govl.
LONDON
Arouseu .me within ten votes of delecting.
Conservatives in the Commons. It was the I
narrowest margin since tin- new Parliament began five
montt Cl .its cam* in succeai -
Socialist wndnwli aimed at weakening in- C
hiv** i h National H- attn Bill.
Clueeii vole ffM 279 to 26. ---------------------------------
Conservatives hold an overall I
majority of 16 *hlch often II-,., C,-,,..
hSSu1 "'" '""** "f *'" 3ftHS8tcr
Tonight vole was one rela- 4 Jilr^Ce^L:
lively inmo. question and would /IUUI COOT h
not have meant non-confidence ___ r *-*.
enl was intended to I, Sllldolil.
put a time limit April 1, ISM U ulllUI I1I
on charges for national health ser- j
3fi n I D | S-tng--. -. |
The Government say* that ttx
SS.i ?iS"ry.,'!tM,f the|P;in> Leader. Jamaica, addressed
nanrial dinVuttlae of the coun- tn, .
try Conservatives opposed It lwt lhe counv a, , ..
.saying th-t condition.* in IBM tr morning
not known now,
The Socialist* failed in unl
effort to block the charges but I
tried to weaken the Bill with.
imenrtmenU. They have accused
the uevornnwnt of trying to deal!
a MOW to the entire health ser-
vice chetiii- hitroducod bv the.

Under lhe service now, people
get medical care without charge
and false teeth and eve-glares at
;>ncc.
Th* Mw Hill wottM add rnnaU'
I tn defray port.

tr.r.
The I! oat I Is
RockyJuliana
WASHINGTON April 3
QtMOtl Juliana of if.
lands told a cheering
that if the nations worn -..k, u.r
and develop confidence in onO-
another, peace
poor world" Hut the Queen. b*g*
on a three-week tour to thunk thr
United St.-.t. fa bm lt nM given
her country, warned th,.'
< oeac- m> be rocky. She said
that Congress fees* a partfcular-
lv tough lob
"Mankind in Hi distress has to
trust largely to your. p
incnt for its deliverance This
...i th. In'
burden of a responsibility nobody
will envy you as your decision*
have enormous repercussions all
through the world," she said.
I I'
PRTCt FIVE QUEF.N BREAKS
ROYAL PRECEDENT
1 CMHIN. April 1.
Quern I hr.ibelh II will
break royal precedent by
iwrmMilnB her mother and
Water Princes* Margaret tn
live in Buckingham Palace
wlia her, it iu niaaV known
on fhiir*,u, fnr Qurn
and bat husband. Prince
' I'l'i' id in I., iIH>< Irani
I ran r..id.m.-
asaa ihe oatrawUnc Paaton
Her fie Bagler hoi id* v.
nraanbh eailt , mj
r.r.
Chinese Troops
Clash In Ihtrma
RANGOON. BunrM April 3.
Chinese Nationalist and Com-
munist troops cl.'ishc.l Dggl the
Burma-China border Thursdav
Wftb the rci>orted loss of 30 Com-
munists killed. Full details are
lacking but reports said the action
took place two miles inside Bur-
mese territory.
It tias been reported that one
Nationalist officer and ten men
were captured bv Communists.
VI'
COAL STRIKE/IS CLAIM
IS PER CUM i\t'Ri:\>h
SAARHHUCKEN. April 3.
About 70.000 Saar coal miners
went on a 24-hour strike foi
lusher want- l! faj the secon.l
such wolkout In two months in n
'Ton to wm 15 per cent.
knankgasj 1'nton officials said that
plkotri was a warning to
a mixed Saar French Commission
whioh lg considering whether
wages in French administered
Saar Mines can be kept at a
lower level than in France
French Managers have rejected
mediators proposal for ; five per
tent wage increase in Saar
Mm..-
r.r
lien. IK SWl.MIK
ngSter .--poke on the mu.-
lecture in Jai
functions of the Social Welfai |
in Jamaica and the r -
I nion oHUials anJ
i ons can play ,i
OCak development g| tl c
Cgrtbbbaaui area
H. Id the Advocate that I*
WM very improved with Ihe stl -
i really appre<
opportunity to t ilkinn to the men
.ere in the posilion of
ucn a "jreat contributl'n
to the West Indies.
Scout Broadcast
iMitldy bioadcast ov<
RedlffusicHi is scheduled to tak
place lonmht when officers -f
the Association will discuss Bol -
a-Job Week
Boh-.,-.lob WYek | n annu .1
vent Em Jcouta.wnon -hey offer
BTt ices to Ttouseholders ai.d
"Lhe ahlllinj;" to su[>-
port the Movement.
D and t' i -xcd. The
hen rtgn* the Job
card and fills in the ..mount.
Lulencrs to the broadcast to-
night will hear more of the
Matt
Conference
On Trieste
Opens
LONDON. Apnl A
liniuJi. North American ar,
< :.lives rienad Ul<
on Trieste today Aftc:
" big a commuggqug
would t,e Urn
chieving closer llaiui
on in the administratio:
\T, t.MJ.sh-American oc-
ire.i ,nrt woula nrg co,,-
l
r tn i iinmuniqua as
Te\l o| ( oiimiuinqiie
United
md Italian
'Hiliiu at
FiireiKndffli .
nf views on the probaam
.
b rrtton <-f
was confirmed that any
tents arnved at would be
uch .. iiii'ur as not to M
ol uV future of
whole The rep-
neet again to-
OITOfl morning.
WdftaWH PropoiMil
ipaonati wU propose
Civil Ad-
A-. The
tul lhe Italian de-
i'-'ii.l lot PartJCUMtfcM by Italy also
ii :he p..liciiig of Ihe area, which
i would considerarilv
mu.onty ut the Allied

*U Job,, Winterton and
"mi io.ooo Hrttish and
'
rood itithoiity nught
nl >( .hi
* piewnl
withdrawal of
i r..i. warn todoanv-
Mi.uld preludlie the
nd fi.fii
1 ..' noted mfJUll
handing ovi ol II.....M to It-h

' the praaont division
II the en-
F.O.B.A. HOLD
*IEETT]\G
' in of the Foundation
will con-
Unftg an nthleti
B A.A Sports .it
their meeting at Foundalu r
School to-night.
I DcGdoii dl also re-
pen of Kttvtuw f...
UM i...-t .r.,r nncl fix u pronnunnie
for ihp ensuing year.
County Councils To
Be Chosen In U.K.
LONDON. April 3.
A week of local elections which
started In Britain today will Ix
the first test of strength betwetr.
Ive and labour
Ince Winston Churchill'.
forces won last Octobwis icneta,
llai tton
i ml t<> tha poUj m Lon-
1.1 other counties U> pick
Count) (miiii.iI, t replace uSote
IBM. Bbrtj two other
Councils will be chosen |n othei
parts of England and Wales during
the rest of the week of voting
From 'indpoint
ratln London
: | .
national iueagnrt m rstaroy Mid-
m .., m lhe Ht-Ul usuos
KM in)(
and scliools.
U.F,
Taft Seeks
Four In A Row
Samatoi RotMfi Tat
Illinois on Thursday ha
-in n nd Tat i
four m a row He wm
fold victory \eatorday i
Iwgin a thrge days" gwi
Tuesday. "1 think imat,
sard.
Panama Sliij'-
Liable To
110,000 Fine
HONGKONG April I.
The Panamanian Consulate in
an official announcement Thtr;-
day said any ship Bring the a*ari-
ima flag trading with Coggagui.-
-I China, would be liable to .
ilno of up to 10,000 u.s dollar^
lam.
Mario E Guillen. I'-namau.i
Consul General here aaid he h.,
received instruction* from Go.-
ermnonl to "investigate" all i-
ported caaea of ships flying the
Psaamanign Bag in Comgaunist
ports aud impose fines I] 'in
port* are true.
He said that about ten dups
are iwiw believed to be pljuis
the China coast althougli none of
ihem have been to Hong Kong
recently and are appareskU aot
calling here
last year Guillen threat oc l
to cancel the registration of any
ship calling at !lotig Kong 1/ tin
vessel was found to be callfcg .it
Chinese Communist p.irts.-^.r..
2.00() Red
Troops Killed
SAIGON. April i
The steel ring around the tra-
psti pocket of Communist IU
anctreled by Fn-n.h t'nlrm t<
tiKhtened on Thursday as Fr v '.
Headquarters announced that >v .-
2.000 Red troops had bean k or taken prisoner during I
eluht day*. The French
munlque ^ald. oi>eratlnn "Mc
cury" which was started aner 1
days ago by Framo VIetnai
to clean out Rebel troop
Thai Binh and the Ma
miles from Huiioi ronUnv
Durably- as Freneh Union troi.
reduced the pocket
French naval units at the mo.ith
of the Son Tralv Hivei
took a ntunDfl* of Vletmtnh prl<-
oners on DHMTb* beaches trying to
ettenpe from the Frcm '
Systematic searches through vil-
lages In the reninn led to the a-
rest of a number of "ngggaiiig"
suspected ..I bOUlH Vietoinh so|.
dam,
In lhe rest of the Red River delta
Conununtat troops are actlvt the
communique said espeelalK lit the
Western Zone, north of the Ri
River In the Soulhern Zone onlv
"-lane operation'
gainst French communii Uoru
have been reported How >
the Ninth Glang area, 40 miles
southeast of Hanoi. en| i
between French troops
accoiutted for 20 killed nnr! \r,
taken prisoner among Vletmtnh
troops
Fair Chance
CAIRO. Api 3.
s.lib Hen Vou.HM'l
Secretary of the Tunlslai
alut Party said in an IOt vie
thai there was a "fnii ngf
thai the ma)ontv .rf t|M ("ruVi
irataOgU Security Couiuil would
.upport Tunisian indepen, ence
demand*. Ymissef, wh,. h
.mother formei Tunislnn Cabttjai
iieml-er from Paris to .void
.rrr ..id P.iki-tai. Id,- .i jn
Chile v ,.
with Tunisia and added thai
Nationalist China had lodhateii
! iitj/,1 i uke. ssaj
.
Ixick Tunisian demands or hi
abstain. He said th.

Um Arab itatw mm pw ; I
ild TunlslaH case. He said Spap
as approaching Braul fo
- support _u.r.
NEW YORK April 3
*
.en by h
make tl
.
will be i ,; Tafl
Me will bv op|
Hart
u' Minnesota whom T..<-
\\
H

'In Wm-ontti- I leiuk v 1.1
showed him what Ihey thought f
jhim Hmv.vei Tafl sa
n ihe Nebraska Prlniim
i was more signilicant because il
| involved a writing campaign
i which was the method chosen by
, the Eisenhower forces" Most ob-
servers were inclined to agree
He picked up IS of Nebraska's
delegates to score the first writing
victory over Eisenhower In WIs-
lonsin he won 24 of the state's 30
.delegates and the Tennessee Ba-
onventtofl *uted him 111
20
Double .Virluty
On the Democratic M
Istea Kcfauvci wen .i double mc
U I v. In and Nebraska
In Nebraska Kefauvcr won a \ i<
lory over Senator Robert Kerr of
Oklahoma -one of the moot |
lnently mentioned candidates for
Demo.-1 itlc nomination after the
wllhdiaw.il of Truman from the
race The Taft forces were jubi-
lant. The Ohio Senator haBBMll
hailed th.m as "substantial vi
torles" which will "help my cau>e
throughout the nation very great-
i> TM Fi-.nhower forces on the
Other hand pointed to the rom-
hlne.1 Wbcomnu vote for Stasten
and lOovernor Earl Warren of
C.lifornln which to|i|->d Toft's
They <,.,l>d i- |t ml .1
rUoti
I'P
KLPHIIHBNTATtVCH ol tlir Hi ;\oani Econnm.
. filendly i-ht autaldr OOM aftai i asalefl yeaierd j
gceu left to t in lit iu Ui* Plch ic ire Hon. K R llu.Hc iRdom. IIi
r L. Walrott iB'dosi. Hen V C Slid iAdU|iuU Hon W J ltt(. v
gayus* (at. Vlncoiill
Sugar Grows
In Nuisnlarifl
I iNDOM M
.lory progress bg pi
iiisir African ofl-ahopt
laatlou
The gpti
hi September ;i
e raqua I lhe '
.-' lously in. gga
...
1
1
o iii be
on i- m
beci falj
Laboui .n.i

tail i an told Utat iht a
n :,.,; ti.i || SJ
i
Two Hold Up
Formation
Of Otbinel
TUNIS, Apul ]
Premier Balah i
in'riitue wbioh delayed the forav
tlon .-f I. C iMnet hllo the snli
French tlppoBition pun tl
''.I as
pgj t.Klay to an
the "TVi-ii-m :i
whiah win noil .-
eBul Jt Um la I

to hurriedlv Qtiil
aid drove
lent ii.n

as lacking.
h
Uia 1-niiK DB*I
,l|ll.lll Hi)'. |N pi I

and two sons and .'
d.ufclilei Infoin
i (...lb WH

i- i party i
-iliwton *

i

Me.mwbile ;iWi Tunisians hav>
waasp .'i UM
C
Kciiitmal l.coiioiiii
Cmittee Ends 4th Mwl
rHE Regional Bconomu t'uii.iultiaa''ri' < I f< utfh
llasiiiiiis House, BarbauV. fi
In Thursday. ;ini April. 1952 The Mr- nn< was held
1 lalrmanship ol the Hon W. H Courtamayi
03.B ol BritiaJi Mondurai. and the following member,
1 ah, iii atti nJnnce :
Hon W M Com London U Jai
oi ,i !>: polii
m Um Arab ouai I
rth city m Tunisia, fol
President Of Oil
Corporation Makes
"Sunshine Cruise"
It was a tfreat thrill lor Mr. Thomas E. Ward when
the launch from the Maurriania swung inside the Careen-
;.(;. Mr. Wind who is President of. Oilfield Etjuipment Co ,
Jnr.. New Y h>ggj Barbados in 1910 He
Byaa .... |)ir)5 fie
was intranait, jusi for the day, as he was yeatci
M^* w*rd wno ,9,12 ind fh* k
b> his wil
hV MnareUnU.
They spent the da\ looking up old
Dr. W. 1 ,-er of the
Barbados f.nlf -
ftarn in I'reMon. Enaland Mr
t\^rd now Hi- in th. I agtad
HUtes. Hell known In the Oil In
dutr>. his Company ha- furnbhed
'OUipment throuchoMt the warld
In IW7 he originated and con-
cluded negotiations which re-
ind devel-
opment i 'crests of
the oilfields of Bahrcn
wait in
Petroleum Co.. Ltd..
which completed its first well in
Ltd.. which struck ol]
Half later if
...
divided halt
Oulf Oil i -
thought R
in having them here.
Public Accountant H'.S A
rejlow of !i -- rhartered Inatltu:*-
member of the <
Relations, and a~ Fellow of the
Royal Ge<
ing the war he rendere*!
mic controls.
L'.OOtt ifQHKLESS
AFTER FLOODS
CHU A<;<>. Axn u 1
Rampaguii waters fa I
ouri it-..

gnc* WBl declared in Montana
. ithei id
reau warned of
clogged
strcaini n tj.....,,.,
nd mto Iowa and
'
worked feverishly to
, !
LOOOpoi eri hon
hMi lud ihe damage re i
the million dollar mark I' r.
Nen BoraQuiiiHDif
mo DK janhm'i varfl :t
Quintuplets r]
Rra/ilian woman Mi. Ih., -.
ild Muntn noai
Vi Uurnil
\r llaawas reporti I
riving the news of the birth ol
Iron four boys and a girl,
. Tib iii..: .ii a*n kri
l
.....lable .. i .idren
. tasptota are
.1 irflsu old liionn* gu:ia
U.oile. M^. <
t .1 VvctuM and tin
tjiiintupU'ls tt llueiio* Alre who
i ar- old in Julv
GOVK/t\HL\r SEIZES
m:\icw rti.whom
COmVAN\ SYSTEM
RODCICO CITY. April ;i
Ti M. .'int re
ti.red limited telephone servi e
-ul the cllunlr^
rtrikc bound
. Company ysteni l.....
aawi workers were -til .
pute

- amally in mOSl
n small
I
CO
M.guel Alem .
nraunll '.i"n Mln:i-
i
, r i i rl
.
: for m< n
r.f
losing ii botnb ..it. mpt on tha Hfi
M uroi

I
. "ii sine |
l ii three

Pollca ul lb) ) iSOUid detain
bout 20 i
Id I-- if-
kg
IT.
Fiw Hats Go
Far A Sail

. < \|i.
rUtlM.I-v. Meinbei Mi F I
\ -is Hon
\l Q II..M. II
i C B.I Ron K n
Muni. Mi E. S S. Rurrowes, Mr
a itriiKh (laiana : Member Ha
. pre-
the pro-
Financas
tor tin i
West Indies and
" a R| Hwon <' >m-
mauion Con/i n 1
lievelopment which had !..
hi Puerto id. in Fehrwrj
Arisin.
...itgevei. pori oansnogf-
wealti
Cornoilftae discussed nippiy prob-
lem* including Import Policy.
and appointed
aaplora U a p bility of dnding
H aa 4k to meet the
exigencies of the Unitng
situation
mat Eco-
: I
numbers i to thl*
Committ.e
Mr. G II fl W J
Hangover H. i, w H Courtenav.
j. b lion l ll BangStei Hon V C
Bird, Hon. A aornaa .md Mr. c
Beaubriui
llrliHh Mondaraa: Membei
. -
l.in.,. ,
Advisers : Mr. J. B
lau, Mr. I>. Levy
*.......
si KiltH-NevIa: Observer Mi
Knight.
Honlaernt: Membei His Hon
rworih itt.
rrtoktad: Merobar: 11**. a
Meinla-i Hoi
Hon. C. A.
t.rrai.d.
Eanwicfi
St. I.urla ; Memher
...iiil'iun
SI Vincent: Member Hon It
Adviser ; Mr. V. D
Daaakllea: Member Hon II.
> Shillm. t I, C.B 1 Adviser
Ion j. iiuih
Wladnajd island.:
Mr. A Mn.leod Smith
SecreUr> M R Nuiilg. M.B.E
The Full MasrtUUJ of the Com-
iiittee wa-. preceded by ,i meet-
UK Of lhe Rxeculivv Comuotte-
ii S^tuiiln). '.'9th March, ..ml th.
\ppointment.N Committee on Sun-
w>, Pm March
Among the item:> discussed at
iing were the Formnl
I men
t the rUMional Econoti latina '
uttee. tba Hon A |apaotnl
to
ih,
Moftll
Mi'
..( Com
Ai the nimendii-
tions were made lo the Cmnptrol
ler for Development and Welfar"
in the West Indie- for the ap-
of Mr. J S Mordecai.
PruKlpal \v slant Seen ut ,i .

.oid Mr. ll .1 I .
Deputy Colonial Secrejai BtrH-
I Q u, as Asintan; Trade
nei m iliu Unitcl King-
dom, both on tec indrnaat from
theu ies|h-i live a
WH further recommended that
the post of Assxt.int Secretary
...... ba i.ii- I
until after Mr. Mordecai had as-
Mimed dots The Coromittaw re-
mould be
i. with ihe par-
" ng (
mei.t is msdc to I
Trade Commissioner in Ih
in' united fUfuadam
. . ,
'Ka* was a vaasffy stay
Within f i! ,M .'i I
1
DWIM1
wful ii,. Inn

of llkhuig them OUL All du
.Mir blown '.it ;it roughly th
t -< Kissing the vtotorti
Bi idgc
long lb'
> bundraa
v....i t ifthei 'in in
1 man telli"K Ins fiiends hr hai
It
iige.
Surprise
Dismissal
WsUUUNGTON, April ;t
,l J llowaid
., y
"
...
.. I !
' I .....tt* wa:
f. lined hin
ugh j' the
e|(,se ot bualnes' today
The a1-1'-r . limaaad
. two men
\l .
'..wo arffrl
.
i ..
of i*Vll
do-rs.
i
.t hag
OIKS SUDDENLY
I ArTD MRS THOMAg E, WARD who ware intraaatt through her*
T'sterday by the Maaretanla".
Mr Ward ha- vlaltad Bar bade on ssvsral occaaien- He Is Presi-
dent of OihVId CqiiiFDMBt Oe, Inc New York.
In January I1g a aansphlet on tlon In Ihr I | Thr Ward rtaai "
Conalryrllvr Maaaaement o| has for lla ob>eel the placing ef
sg ':.........s*r !2s-,,cir!',*Jii, \sst
written b him wa. published In genees deep slug, of Intrrnattoawl
"Oil Forum' a momaJr paketoa- exeaaage priblaaae.
VICE-PRESIDENT
OF ARGENTINA DIES
BirtsNoe AiitF-s. Api.i i
i
i
Q ed a gall bladder
tUnass and nbatftl
rations in the bast few moiiMn.
/hen he was virtually r-
ii hospital U.P.
Albert
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TACK TWO
BARBADOS AI>VO( Ml
FRIDAY. APRIL I. IH
fiakib Callinq
M'i
'>- "^ k
Homecraft Course
TM!f Ho I
Visited Prcnt
A 1 i TIROL BARROW "f
I on 11 Westward Ho", Lnd nd.
1R RONALD TREE, former
Ilrmsh Conservative M.P
now resides in dM ISA ir- Course foirrui
J'.r^ro nSltrS? ,3,WAre September 14. 1M1 by Mr T. C. ,,o ent up lo the USA.
2S-V55J?'S|S1V, ,^Srb'adeI M Thb.l.l.. the ihe.. Acting ,pc,. I .,>, her parents
hi. tone li.mr, Ra? Director ol Eduction I, M Platkett ol
_ Ile^T, a" ,p.Si .eerd., .nernooc. .t the House- New J..-y, returned to Barba-
bv Mrs Trer.
Willy Had a Fancy Uniform
He Was All Set to March i
By MAX TRELL
WILLY Toad bad a blue uniform
on, with a talla eery tall hat
colored bright red. In his hands h
carried a rather long Hirer rod with
a sort of point at on* end, like the
end of a cane, and a nlver ball at
the other end.
i a Par ad.
THE Oil
Cliurcr
dos on Wesbieaaay y HW.IA
/_...* .. .. The Course was of six month's via I i.com-
irucinxton At Cn.Ch. ....... v ..| bv her little daughter
Church Parish tainexi lo tea by Mi*. Alleyne, l>*ley who was )x>m in England
urch Choir, assisted by Organiser. Among those prevent and w_a* sees** her grand parents
some well known local artiste- were Hon. and Mr* If N Turner, f. t 'he fir*'
will render Slatner's "Cruel- Mr" F A B'*hop. Mr. E. C. M. Misa Florence Springer. of
flxlon" at Christ Church P*rt*i Theobald*. Mrs. Muriel Clarke. "CoiUaton", Government Hill and
Church on Sunday April 6 at Mrs. II A. Vaughan. Major and retired headmistress of Caning-'
7.30 p.m. Mrs Clmdon Reed. Miss Betty* ton's Girls' who went up to tho
Mr. L. O. Gitten* will preside Arne, Mr. and Mr*. H Tucker. USA. with Mrs. Barrow, also
at the organ. Dr and Mra. H. G. Cummings returned on Wednesday.
I eav.n* Tn.rlaw Mr. DEM Malone took the opportunlTy to
Mn av.Wuc I? ^. Mrs ". T-.ri.er who gave a many of her relaUves in VI
\A^ MRS W FRASER short addreas, presented the I er- part" of ihe L'SA. She al
DKLM of Toronto. Canada tillcates an e rVi"rn'n home this p.. It C Holiday MOtribulad greatly towards.
MISS GLORIA CUB!
daughter ..1 \1
Everyone In the neighborhood'
wondered what Willy was dies*
in the uiilform for, and why he car-
ried the rod. and they finally de-
r.ilrd ha was a drum-major la
band.
"But he hain't got a tand." said
Rlinfcy Mole.
"Maybe." euggoted Hop-a-Long,
the grasshopper. "Willy's going to
be In a parade.**
"What parade?" asked Blackla
She Beetle.
morning by TC.A. after spending
the past nine weeks as guest:
the Marine Hotel.
Mr. Drum is a retired banket m"n o( lnc Schoonei
who was formerly attached to the Association, left for MM I 1 .
Bank of Montreal. This was their via PuavtO RICO on yesterday
flnrt vim to the island which uhev morning I spend
said was made very pleasant due holidav with has m ... i Mrs. Edna
Ing her stay a pu.
Mrs. Barrmv M 'he wife of
y,. I W Barrow. M( I
Uw.
Firat In 33 Years
ft* If AND MRS
to the kindness and hospitality
everyone they met They hope t
spend next winter here.
University Registrar
Mortn of Ckau Warn n etda.
Attended R.E.C. Talk.
MR J. F. It KNU'.HT, Admm-
latiatlvc Of!
H
CORYAT were among the
passengers arriving rktri
day morning on the Mau're'ania
Yi.rk ..
it. a Tnnlda'i;
Mn mm,i.n,-ehT Re... R.^-sfi-.o, a;;,;;;,'., %ES fc':
. "*'..?' "" University College morning afier attending us an although' he hid re-viiitcd the
o( Ihe Weil Indies, returned ,o Obser\-er. the Conforemv << the Wcl Indies nn ses-eral occasion*
;.*!?.*.".* esterd.y morrurui by Hcjlonal Eeonumie 1'ommiitee st ,Ul,,. laaekM when he was a
B.WI.A. after h lions with members of the Rejion- at the M ..... he had been back to Barbados In
ittee on matte,s Off To The U.S.A. 3.1 years
sity Colleje. ..,< QEOROI A'. >...I '.
1VI [. Hie .hip at St Vincent. "' "<> dont rrini.- And he handed
sy^Fsts-ir'S .-s^;;^;r
Willy Toad in his unit
Let us help you -k
Plan
vmir PiliiiiiiiaiP
i\
al Economic Comn
altceting the I'nivi
Also leaving for Jamaica by
same plane were Mr. Charles ?,'*
vis,-. I 1-e. nt"
Hon-a-Long didn't know what
parade.
Curious Clothes
Meaawhile Knarf and llanid. the
Shadows, found Willy polishing his
boots and getting ready, so It
n-cmed. to march ofl down the road.
They asked him to explain why he
was wearing each curious clothes
end what was the meaning of the
tiWer rod.
"Old chippies", said Willy In Ihe
best of spirits. "I'm a drum-major.
I'm about to lead a parade."
"That's what everybody thought,"
aid Knarf; -but they didn't see howd]
you could be a drum-major In
parade when there isn't any parade
for you to lead." [ followed along to see If Willy could
Willy chuckled. "Ill have a pa* find a parade,
rade in s minute If you don't be- An(J ,ora# .,. Mme .nd Mnv,
heve rr,c.' he aJdrd. "just march1
along behind me and you'll
nd Christopher Cricket made chirp-
ing sounds like a fife.
Then they met BlinVy Mole and
Blackie Beetle; and Mr. Orumph the
frog and Glive the Snail. And they
all marched along to see If Willy
_ iic to he able to And a parade
as he said he would. Mr. Grumph
ide a noise like a big drum, and
ve held aloft an even larger leaf
6ati than the ones carried by Knarf
md Ilanld.
ragajfj of Mice
Finally they met a whole family
f roue, and s whole family of caler-
nitlars and potato bugs. They all
CALYPSOES!
CALYPSOES!
at
1 Mere, carry these two flags for i
who is expected lo be bock within
the next two weeks.
Surgery And \-Ray
MISS MARY CUMMINS.
daughter of Mrs. H S. Cum-
AFl'EK spvndu
on bu
U.S.A.
Paid Buiinesi Visit
, behalf of hi I
rnInsTrCr*ump'tWrs\rtet^nrtUtI,e "''P'rsentatlvc f
late Capt. Cummins" left by **SP *"d U'(l for Trinidad
B.W.I A on WtSSSS for Puerto " Wednesday by B W.I.A. iniran-
Rlco on her way to the USA I,U*'1 Venwuela.
She has gone to gain experience in , w>i *;. he was staying .i
surgery and X-ray in which she I. thr Marine HotH
particularly interested. Ofl liiiisr
Miss Cummins was trained in "VflSS HARRIET I'ETTIT of the
h^IIi "l oht ?V iOW*ph M"C> iV1 Theatre Department
Hospital, British Guiana. She ner Bros. otTice in New York was
a,l7*.^11 retur"<* Barbados an Intransit passenger
Oh the Mauretanio. She was met
on board by Mr. and Mrs Ronnie
Glttens. Mr. Gittens is a Director
of Caribbean Theatres Ltd.
U.K. Visitors
Vice-President and Director of
H.H s> Co.. Importers.
F.xpor*ers and Manufacturers of
K, Mr. Coryat said that
..nd he had a wonderful
cruise down from New York
except for two days when thev
encountered rough weather which
was thought Mr ever\- one lo be
rather unusual at this time of
and ufd private nursing befo
Joining the staff of Dr. Skinner's
Clinic where she worked for
nearly two years
Sound Recordings
TtAKI.Nt; the Sunshine Cruise
,. on. ,ne Mau-r*te*ia which J. bark at Barbados from
called here yesterday are Mr. and tourist liner Mtnirerania yesterday
Mrs. Itobert Hohn de Rappard of were Mr. and Mrs. I.tn Oliver
Brussels. Belgium. Leaving Bel- from Macclesfleld, England, who
?urn In March they travelled jointd the ship at New Y..rk
THE only passengers to disci
bark at Barbados I
i the Atlantic by the Once..
Mary to connect with the Jlfaurr-
raida in New York.
Mr. Hohn de Rappard has his
own business "Rhodera Co.," In
Brussels. His company makes
sound recordings. In 1945 he
visited several "I.eave Centrts"
for U.S. troops and made record-
ing.-, of then voices for them to
tend home.
One of his most popular record- - *-. liayi
unute "Sound Barnabr
They are spending a holida
here staying at the Marine Hotel
until April 12
Mr. Oliver is Hanagln| I
of The Fine Cotton Spinning Asso-
ciation In England.
School Children Celebrate
THE ST QILBi Bunday School
branch of the St. i
Church which was open*
M A Vicar of St.
July 22. 1951, the
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Knarf and Hamd each a big gree1
leaf with a long stem.
They started walking across the
meadow. Willy first with his silver
rod which he started poking up and
down in the air and twirling be-
tween hi. fingers, and Knarf and
llanid behind* him carrying the two
leaf flags. By and by they met Mop-
a-Long and Christopher Cricket.
"Come along," said Knarf and
Hani.l. "Willy says he's going to
find a parade In a minute, and we're
going with him to see if he can."
So Hop-a-l.ong and Christopher
Cricket got behind Knar." and Hamd.
and Hop-a-Long made a noise like
robins, and several rabbits and chip-
munks, and a porcupine, and a dosen
dicks and chickens, all quacking
ar..l clucking.
And at the head of them all
arched Willy, tossing the rod up
the air now, and catching It as It
fell; and twirling and twisting it
ling it aro'ind oeer his head
In time with all the drumming and
chirping and quacking and clucking
and squeaking.
So they marched all across the
meadow, and through the woods and
around the hill. "Willy will never
And a parade!" everyone kept say-
i s isn't any parade for him
to And!"
But Willy Just kept smiling be-
ly had his parade, now.
CLUB
MORGAN
Hear Trinidad's most
popular Carnival
Saetn in person
SMALL ISLANII
PKIDK
MHiHTY ZEBRA
SIR CIALIIA
SPOILER
VIKING
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Eucharistic Congress
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i drum by rubbing his legs together, 1 right behind him!
Rupert and the New Bonnet24
i nucri so event n
h buttsoii epi.net tor a nne.
(01 1*. Order an oner / lit
IV. Ron a p'.sy a none wa> in. (>
U ni'd when worn uu; Yi Look at uie lesra. (SI
1-t a*ed wltn nnisn at Mint. i*>
ling wlieu ctod-
BSaWaT^^
,J
History" of the last war which In- same day that the Lord Bishop
eluded V-l and V-2 rockets In "i,s consecrated has now in-
flighi. bomb explosions, etc. areageo it. numberi from two
dozen to over eighty.
Co-Od Bank Director *J "' "'^ day
the children will celebrate at St.
ii'ioinrai .lim.i. to.
ij t!ie rreuehl'.
(51
tag party T ()
JJ Admitted to _
i -ret. (4.
a*. Uuardlsn lur tlie Dslr T (I)
Pet
1T1 l)lr,.,-l..r ,-f Ihr Trinidad Co- KurSIy, April 1.
.luri.ia tho >M b. B w.l A olior Spent The Winler
spcndInK his annual months lrav.' A FTEH spcndniK
In Barbados
Four Months' Leave
i flsness. Is
A mat
here staying at Mlran
the
inter
MR. F. G. IXJUGLAS. omcio!
Reporter of the Legislative
Council in Trinidad, arrive.! bef*
..ii W.-.inesday by B.WI.A. lu
spend part of his four month)
Mr. .1
left for the 1'SA. via ruerlu Ru.i
b) it W i A . C.S.O.BA REUNION
T^HPItE will be no monthly re-
union of the Corabtrmere
School Old Hoys' Al
l. Noticed in all Negro On
J. me ie wt ercll. (_.
\- tUtUBtfd oeyynd riot rule. IB)
ve tno lime In tea. (>
; unites the necu wear. i.
i. A la-opennT rim. (-
V Mm wtieu Uie Hi
i" 1 (51
10. r' for granted tin dODlcei.
no and mo. (Si
IS rnerea more thi
Mjumn court 10)
- Hie nre.
n ..
is \ \ i
fleet seta lo
oae in .
' Femember. (31
li.vi- wuh sits relatives in Pas- night. The next meeting .t the
Mge Road. He plans to remain Association will be held On Fn-
here for about two months. day, May 2
. i i IS. Dr: 1
im: 80. Oice: 31. Pol ,
: t>. aiit; iaW H
Union: i
1 '.
1>M*
an KstS 3
Bne; a i..r. 1- lli 11
HdT^.r ipSraf V if -rlsft;-.4 sun!
.11. SlMi-i I'l. Sore; "n. is.LaSiei.
BY THE WAY...
Hy Bbaehoomber
T HAVE not had so much VV'alnru la anolh.'r's (rouble, I'nlformrd Oflirlal: I'm afraid
financial fun since Mr. Hoc- Coiirauc hi x/our |M l1"1- Tfcketl f^'i lea will be jel
tor Koruthaiolos unloaded about "Ot at U'ons. Besides. Mrs. Pos-
fourpencc worth of Antannnahv,. Ih.n'furtl and Calthrittui' < "ting to my notes, had u
Consolidated on Mr. Nitty -.,- ...i,... _.,., ... >h~ b'"e "' lemonade at Larochc-
Anteros for J 000 'TV 11, "hole question of the Mijennei. and she Is now only
If I per cent, exceia Is to be sch0' leaving age lor data *.{ 7s. |d In hand,
charged on a long-term redemp- "w ?""" u0; T,hc'1' ", ",' '"' Aa^.er Traveller: Are we al-
thm loan, what becomes of the w'lu-il in Mie.liel.l. m winch ihey lowed to go out when we get to
44 per cent promised in cases wl" ** WB '"'" '1', ^* Ic?d"- Lor,?
ol accelerated redemption? Mv '"resuni..bl.v llu-re w ill I. s.-h. 1 .r- imirUI: There will lie a con-
broker's advice to Ihe airl. Is: '" '"r clever dogs who want to dueled tour of one hour, as per
ignore the market index ,d go oil to I)or:sford Univ.i-ity. ,i"l ., hiilule. E ich member of the
price movements, stick to bubbly. Uf mere are scholarships f.,i ...w ,,1I1V ll( olvcn 1q0 (ranc,
t a- as -^ n> r *..*a.*rsr-l If..........I, u-l.i.e.i
foi reel sskV
nd t,-tiiarf'dancing on~ihe n Cataford University, where 01|t of hin .._
Voble unraf uou ore perfectly ii..vlded that such refreshment
Is consumed on the prem
and uy change lef. otwg Skill
be irtumed to me uirtil the next
l>ro;ik for refroshment
certain he' not a $luffy old fool. -*rom
Ocvaniomilnhouvr*of bvvr *- W-i-;l
M.Gurgh
THE invention of " piano COME of MM McGuml.-s old
which cannot be stained with ^ iD"JJ*BJ "' ,l.''1"."'; ?'. "ee
l*er" will le welcome news lo J* advertisemcn's "llighnnw
the organisers of concert* at the Continental fnl
big London halls, where lhe Mr 'carce AllUm al
Virowing about of beer Is a dls- " J 'avy good enwiKt. w.
grace to good music. I remem- "on t wunt to Und the place pack-
het the fuss when I'eildielvcr the r(1 Wl,h "*nch rtists and ac- * s-it at bri-akfast -M Macaroon
Czech pianist, put a brimming '*" GikkI plain English eooR- Castle. Macaroon. The butli
glass of beer on the instrument *n* llke u'nl "'e Old cook Mrs announced an early visitor
and played a Boccherini minuet Rocketl gave U. .11 Mr. Maeaioon. Intrigued, the
so forcefully that the whole thing ln,< chrf stufffrogs Ln l pUl l Macaroon said, "Show him
was a-drip from stem to stern. bPP. and snails swimming In A ied-faced Individual In kilt
Sleghammer. the "Norweigan *nampagi.e And CAUlur* 1 km the room coolldenl'v
Paderewski.'' used to cover the J-ec'ures iitoout the National G:.l- "1 could not," he said "vfit
instrument, except for the kevs. " 1,n< Shukc-penre it wont my old country' without aTeetlng
arhB n thick travellmg rug ^__ This is England, not Mong- ,he Chieftain of our Clan
'How t\<> you tomt" to be
Macaroon?" inquired the Mmv.-
roon. 'Through my greatgranil-
^ mother," waa the reply. "A Mi-*
Ufe h PM* Macaroon of Drumslauchter. Sh
Tu'1' unamusing rat, Uj
'/>.* I l-tl/t IIHII./l
of Fmrnfomougk
*T*1IE Macaroon of Macarc
____ling rug. wn,k Th;
before beginning to play. He also marter. '
wore a serge hat, so that when .
the beer-throwing started in the IrarPllvrn joy
audience he was comparatively
ate. Traveller: M 11
,hTf2W-,nah, ***,**bMe. and I have tickets for a cup ol married a HcHiecough." Smell-
(hinpi stand like stone: tea when we gel t, l>ij n? ing a not
PRINTS /iu ms Musis
A LARGT. CONSIGNMENT
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PRINTED WAFFLF PIQUE 36 ins. S2.13
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DIAL 4220
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FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1K2
BARBAIH>S ADVOCATE
PAGF. THREE
181 Sat Examination For LLC.W.I.
THE: GAM
KINGSTON, Jamaica.
One hundred and eighty-
one young men and women
throughout the W.-st Indus
and at centres in the United
Kingdom and the United
States took the entrance ex-
amination to the University
College of the West Indies
last month. They include
WM Indians at colleges over-
seas as well as six Americans
and three West Africans who
seek admission for the aca-
demic year 195253.
There were 78 candidates for
the Faculty ul Arts, 63 (or Medi-
cine and 40 lor Science. The ap-
plicant- for Science courses weri'
the largest number so far.
Last year there unn peak ap-
plication to the I'tin.-rniv Of ;i|>-
prxximately 200, but Hi. I'm.
present figure ta> be mm
normal average for ai
m future. Less than M
admitted last year.
in the W. t i ..ndi-
dates w,-rc divided
Trinidad 41; Barbado- 12; British
Guiana 21; the Wm.i.
17 and the Leeward Inlands 3.
At least 23 scholarships and ex-
hibitions will be awarded this -_ _ Mammammmm^m,t ,_ ,,._
year. The University h, offerlDJ ,v^1,?*^Ld*^opmn* m **
.... t_._i-.- unadian economy in the post-
period, aided by the stimu-
li!* provided by the Govern-
ment's defence program since
Canada ".*
Post-War
Investments
24 Billion In
Six Years
Siren Song Of
The Spring
B.C. Trainee
Gets Baton
LONDON
Mr Alan Lstinok-Bsyd, Ussa
t.r ol Stair fot ODloasil AfTatr
the bntn
i ( honour to Sub Inspect)
: Leharrysinfh "> ths Hi dish (.n
aia Police Force at a psnelns .
six open scholarships: Trinidad
nfTer= three exhibitions: Barbados
and British Guiana hffl
S* Lud i one The Farquh.
... part-o. ^."'.r^'eslor, Kh In he
aetanes. i fund, Z?S*m\Zt?o'SttJ77!?t
\ J f'f',;r!r'. -eluding intentions for the
* '" "NT, new inve.tii.i-nt hi
lw5"r' J* fl11 'he seven years 1MH-52 will to-.
imred late tal over $24 billion, an annual
April or early M.-.v follnwln | in- average ot nearly S3 S billion.
LONDON.
Tin voice ul Spring to many Canadian is a great deal
louderand law mel xliousthan the trilling ol Usa bird -
as they burst into song as winter passes. Each April the* nar 0| CoUmi, pJCTJleair
heat, I sudden multi-toned fanfare ling out across the vast M Hcndon.
waters ol the Great Lakes a fanfare coming from the
sin'iis uf the innumerable steamers thai ply the Lakes every A" ln* IMn*" non-iafrtteo
year between the months of April to December. During "n
the short winter months the WoOte <>f the Grev Lakes are
frozen solid and not a ship <\,
'

Full Time Govt.
Medical Service
Planned For JYa
KINGSTON. J
A full time Oomnunsnl msdl-
ban four limes capital tx-
ot .some $7Sn million
in the pre-war year 1913
The 1952 estimate of $5 btUior.
ti an Increase of ft%
iiver the 1951 preliminary figure
of S4.fi billion. Is more thnn
double the 1947 capital expendi-
ture of $2.4 billion, and three
times the IB4fl total of $1.7 bill-
Buch lalsottais providt-
al ser\i- rune base for a high level ol
Jamaica. Medical officers ap- u;' currant >e;i.
pointed to the service Ui the future -'1""hix'>. "" m 1951, n number
will not be i>ermitted to under- '" '*n" "** rouW *aill> '<-
take private practice but wili be v*lop
admitted into the service at high- .,. iritrtt-e ..
er salary scales to curop. <-., ita ta ,,.,., tUii lw.t.n ,.ir ,v ^ three-
lOSSi of earnings through prhraU >1 Petice. adopted by the Government after
The scoeme comes into effect Korean hostilities -tailed Of ths
on April 31, 1032, but the option WUl. l.7 billion was appropria-
te given, to medical officers al- *** for defence purpose* during
ready in the service to decide to
remain on their present
accept the new salary scales and
v,. terms. This option will '~1Z"ZZ, CZUmZSZZ*vw^eaaa
be open until October 1. 1952. ELS^ffi^Sf^tS. KI
It h proposed, however, that g", >bou| ,900 ,im^ Hov,.
ever, it is believed that within
-u'.,i period, the pro-
tram will l>e torn pic ted, in phys-
. ic.il terirm. in barms of construc-
charge of nesprtaB, u^fueh do,, , , p|ace nnd quantities
omcers hold specialist .|ualill.-a- of tuVoHn and equipment prc-
tlons or ir. by virtue of their ex- duce), and delivered, and prob-
perlence. their assistance is sought pDtv witt ^ exceeded, for the
by private practitioners in dls- country has taken on additional
trlcti served by their hospital*. commitments in the mr.inhm.
While defence expenditures in
tK current yenr did not come
up to estimates by MOO million.
thr stimulus to industry should
lx> even greater in the current
. HQ SlncS whil"
on April 1. 1951. Canadian ln-
wSa woiking Qn
orders from the Canadian Gov-
ernment valued si *soo million
The Jamaica QOVOnUDSOt ha-' SB-day H ll working on orders
outlined proposala foe ned H $15 billion. Orders
Ushment of Jamaica's ilrst lo placed in the current. Ilscal year
.. course at the Metropolitan Pol-
mt shoo) in North Lon-
d< n. The baton itself was essi
,. . uiry old. inscrlb)''! w.'h the wnrd
""d -Victoria Iteg.m." in gold, an,
raffle they was tlv9n ty S(t Gv0t9r. Abb4
... in. fog. AUlll (,>., General c.
Miip.i rarMMmCV "'"' ^"^lM> U-nk*l th.. ftr Colonial Police, from Ml pit
' one reason why every ship needs v,,.. O1iie a poweiful. mu I \;. rsoVtf, the th(t ceremony was London's No.
- I7_u*ei. .[ VI* ns """"r"1 Polieemsn. Sir Harold Scott Com-
uf Mgnallmg their presence in the mint0WT ,h(. Metrop-lit.in
_.. re on unaii snip* t<> Jamau.i numerous narrow channels with p.-n--
from pUlSI CanbOOSD port! hSl gphlofa |ba Lakes abound. Fron. ,p-inr nehinvsineh h*
created a ^luat.... resonant baritone to pierctna , '"^ivearV -?,,,
under study by the Marine Bo,. M-n. Um-h a n d ,. V' J\a2JT
and local Government. Due tot he ., u ., lL.sll,l, Neptune', C ",nB,Sl1 ^ZL---------------
lack of sufficient certified sea- chorus for nine months out of
menengineers and matesmas- every twelve.
ten of ships coming to Kingston
have at times met difficu \\ \ |,oudcr Vssee
getting clearance as a result of
being unable to satisfy the re- Last April, the Lak<
quirements of the lasr, regarding a new and even
Juimiint Shod Of
RafMniid
KINGSTON, Jamaica.
Shortage of certified perse
the number of such officers.
A meeting of the Marine Pssrtl
lias been called to discuss the situ-
ation and settle policy. Under
consideration by Govern m
.scheme to provide local oppoftoQ*
Hies for training in navigation
voice,
SSfOta to
louder
Concert Ai Rocks
Tonight
3 For Stabbing
Anyone who'i
before i
current fiscal year ending
March 31. 1952, and of this, fl.l
billion was earmarked for *-
holders of specialist posts should
continue to have consulting prac-
Uos; sod that uua in IvUsgo should
lap b* 0 ibsi i in in" " "--
biggest vessel of her type
than t" ba*0 Wen built. She was
the freah water oil-tanker, the
ss iMperlal Lvdgc. whose cost
was approximately $4,000,000, and
her mighty siren a thunderous
baasaoon became a familiar
b und. Later, she was Joined by
i -ister ship, the ss Imperial
Kedwater. and a third sister will
r wnv w,.^. *~mm .... "r """ y~r T^^
future and is found guilty of "Pwho represent a tolal m-
woundiim with a knife, I am going vr-tment of some $ 12.n00.000are
|0 MOd to pllSOn/' His Worship Vl,al ""fc* ln u DOW eastern out-
Mr. H. A. Talma told J-mf Hare- l"'t artery for Alberts'! oil. First
wood, a 24-year-old Ibherman of link i.r 1.127 mile On mKllnn dol-
Chapman'* Lane. St. Michael, lar ptpsUm UMd *>
when he lined him 3 for wound- a tanker terminal on Lake Supe-
ing Daisy Norvillc with a knife un riot Prom IherO, the oil tankers
her hand. take over. Each ship will coeer
The fine is to be paid b> rnonthl) ,,. rh2 miles from the Superior
inntalmenU ol 1 or m aOfJUlt terminal to a raanery at Samln.
two months' imprisonment with onriu ind then make the re-
hard labour, horviilc told the IriIM -. hl).k ^nmp nflv
Court that w. March 24 she snd limcs ln tffMg| ww,n. aM
the defendan had an "gumen Mrh wi)[ h>|i| '
and a light ensu.f1. In tlu ti.ht m ^ ^^ f00tMO ton< ftf
The Programme for to-nlgM'*
oice that belonged to the Perlr* Band Concert at Hanlnr"
Horas which liegln-i iit B nVlnek
ftuHr (... Mi-i.r> a* ... rva* *> Kara*
> Tli- hM ' r i-i1iU,
Ml FanlaaU on Ikr ButIT
. inin-i.rf-tiu: 'dtmi aiv,'.
n oohtav wosjn-
. overt..-- pmoAH
a\ k Um .....
Thl o.lurf. IlkP Ihr SfnUh
IwTiphmi) o. thi* miti-nm* "I
n ..( '...Tlt. Il.n.ln whirli Mr<
ftrlwihi, *W> hrn N* I*
vMn old Si IB Ik HSW t hi
lutki- you ii."ItiIii.I
1 Tl'll.l- im Ill'll'l" .
ih. roln*in| nm* to
tMn Hr ll.rl. VMM
at of Up nvftiir>.
nt .i-njilHia linrh'i
.:r*< .( tir.i hr . i
Proposals For Firal
Co-operalive Farms
Outlined
at close to $3
MN es'..::i
billion.
i >f the estimated $& billion to
t*' H>ent year. S3.5 billion is private ex-
1*-Tidinii*e. an increase of 5%
over 1951's S3.4 billion. whi.P
public expenditure of $1.5 bill-
ion will be an Increase ot 21'"
co-operative farms to be run on a
ran -baring basis b)
settlers
Tlie two proper tic** selected
are Lucky Hill in St. Mary now
being experimentally run ss a
conununai fanning unit with a
CD. and W. grant. SB
Farm in St. OaHsM H
ment Agricultural OSI r ||j Billion (Or 1951. Indini-
will be leased for 99 years to two I||llt tlte Increasing Important
co-operative societies Which will ro|,. tnat the Government will
be formed by present settles and p|BV m ^te current year Of busi-
selected farmers from outside the nmt spending of $3,227 million
properties. .ear. increase of 11
Both properties will be operated lne i5l total of $2,290 millions.
under the supervision of the De- manufacturing and utilities will
partment of Agriculture to ensure account for increasing
that the proper agricultural prac- New investment by manufactur-
tice* are can-led out and that -
sources are not wasted.
flgb
tin defendant wounded
her hand with n knlfv
Sgt. Murrell prosecuted for IhS
POUCS Irom information
J'ca Exported 230,000
Stems Of Bananas
JanMarcn 1952
iFrom Oui Own Corrl>oirnll
KINGSTON, Jamaica.
Jamaica's export production o
bananas for the first mil
1952 was lost over 230,000 stem*
ns compared with 944.000 stern^
shipped Ul the same iwnod b>5'
rrude
.il
This is all part and parcel of
investments which a*.-
being madS by ttlg '"I b
ti.< dtneiopasent of Csnadlan oil
re-ourceson which an estimated
200.000.000 dollars were spent m
1951 alone.
Although od |i fast becoming a
fading item in the Great Lakes
a. however, the
.inly important hulk cargo Iro,i
i per Luke*, coal
from the Ohio ports and grain
from the great wheat belts of the
rhl*f uto>*t li nmlalnrrt In n-i
M* 'HP leMtdr*! *nM whirl
**.-!,. !.*,. 0,<-M nlBIM e-v-
..I Mns-I
m* o et Cawewtl"" ""
i',tiiii W*b*>
lUndimifi rtu4n a-wamn V
imvr. l>i fcin>. BanSsnion OH.
lmde< -ml Sundwrn.), W Al^yr*
I ii|wriit< Sxrriwli Sihiwi ...H
Jitllrl Ooon.w
.m-lu nul llllk
l*ns*r" Ti^ Valv a<>ns" ni^
TKr Wrddinn Mairh
Hsaucal Hrtw rii. i..its snip.
In wnl.li
van i
linn- Thrw Mirvl
is***-
*r nMtluall, S
nil wifeh a tarins
On A.l.r,

rl chll'f i,'ii
Reason Tor the decline i And each year,
devastating hurricane August ^x%en and lr.ders tb
last year whkbdld aavore dam- y Uke# an ,
the Industry, h is es u..... ^__ -^.t^ i.
that there will be M>m
-.tin.. I
H IVipourrt l>-iivalla-Brho
lime dann*
1 nim Mti.a- Thrrnr fk.no
hrrllr. OutM.il
. SB] BBBS Uambo
serrHat
oon RAvr ths *
-...I..I
No V
INQUEST ON DEATH OF
HAWKER ADJOURNED
The Inquest into the circum-
stances surrounding the death of
Beatrice Foster (55) of Rock Hall,
St. Andrew was further ad-
journed v, ti] April I"
by HU
Aetin*. Police Coroner ol District
-r.
Beatrice Foster who was a
hawker, died on the spot when
the motor bus A-fl. the i>ropert>
of the Rocklvn Bus Co., SI
driven hv Cyril Springer of
Spooner's Hill, overturn, d MAV _
It was being driven down Sprb
Vale Hill. St. Andrew about J.S0
p.m on March 31. *>
inff will be up 281. from $75r
million to $029 million, and thi."
bv utilities will also Increase b>
23^. from $916 million to $1,130
million. Primary industries and
the construction IndustO' will b
harelv ahead, up 1%. from $:
ui $859 million while the total w >
...nee and comn-
vices wUl decline 22%. from W
,,r 1951 to S80ft million
Bgc to trie industry i
pected that there will tH-M-mc ^ _
difficulty In providing >'"; %vhc the Ilrst ship of the year
However the industry rpsdB
that by next year production win
be double o"d perhaps trebl" me
pioduction b*f.r- th.- hurricane
riue to the progress being made m
restoration efforts.
AIR TRAFFIC
IIUVM' Bv n SSI
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Tanrr. H Wallr s T "'"': H-"Sri
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Ir.- Aallcaa ^^_ H.,
OOiakl Wlllla".-. >"''
ri*IU Pvrklni Oiarl I*".'.,
Ha.kri
, j5aw Elm D-vIS W.lkr,
cocked for the toot of
i.r-t n inn i ol llu- season. Foi
ties
ii}< at Fort William quay, her
! resented by the
PHM with a souvenir of
|0B s hlny new silk hnt!
But to all Canadians living with-
in earshot of the Lakes that dis-
cordant chorus of the steamers
sirens is sweet music Indeed. It
means Iradcand thuv prosperity
for their country and every new
note is welcomed. That is why
there was so much rejolclns when
the sonorous blare of the Leduc't
| Brst nil and sundry that
Albertan oil war. speeding Lake-
v.ards down to Ontario, and that
new outlet for one of Canada's
most preciou* mineral asset* had
'gad.
Carolyn

HATES OF EXCIIA\Cf.
apan isw
v.: II-
CMr
C\im*ntr\
Undaay William. Bft^u. W. .
MaaaeSi i * m m \ m
tUNwal S.1- M-O T,. J^aaakN->
T,ar mnM rilrtH''__ '
^.i-. Jan* tfciwena. Grata* C"'
ES, S M.nn !'"!- " ^""
FIRE AT BANNATYNE
'IiiU crop ripe
vines wen burnt when m lire oc-
i' Bannatync Plantation
Christ Church, at about 7 45 p.m.
or Wednesday. Tncy are the pro- jo la
Shrlfav
ured
ol J. M Mar
SBdj were In-
Permits To Prospect
For Minerals tn
Jamaica Granted
iPmm cjuf Own ",.rn ^cinSanl
KINGSTON, Jumalea
Four rx-rmlts to prospect |
i mends in Jamaica have been
E anted by the Government and
I. a reaull of prospecting donr-
f < fnr, It appears possible that
lertain ores containing chiefly
I. ad and sine, and some contaln-
ing manganeee. can be eeono-
n ks ly worked.
Thl- wiu officially announced by
the Government this week, who
I iid that some evidence of petro-
!< um deposits have been revealed
but do oil reservoir has yet been
;.. md.
Negotiations over mining leasea
ii respect of workable ore asi
i'.wertaa are now taking place be-
neen the Ooeernmeni and the
i rospector*. mainly Americans.
The Government *a|d that con-
iderablr d'-poslt' of Iron-ore he"
.een discovered by the Geological
irpartmeiit but no appllcaUon has
been received for pe
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BARBADOS AIIVOCATE
FRIOW. APRIL lS2
BARBADOS
*._i
Amoenii
l,i,l... April 4. 1*52
News From Britain
What It's Like lo Be AUod'
From IAN DISBAR
WAITED: SHIPS.
THE conference on Closer Association
held in 1W7 ut Montego Bay expressed
its belief that the provision of adequate
Intercolonial and external shipping ser-
ind other communications is essen-
tial if progress is to be made inwards
federation and recommended that in the
meantime a British Caribbean Committee
should be set up. How little progress has
been achieved towards this end was em-
phasised by His Honour the Administra-
tor of Montserrat during a public session
of the Regional Economic Committee this
week.
It was no use increasing production, said
Mr. Ross, if increased products could not
be got out nf the island because of lack
of communications. He was speaking with
experience because Montserrat is at pres-
ent severely handicapped with regard to
expanding its exports of tomatoes to
Canada. It has a steamship service to
Canada once a fortnight.
If the West Indian islands are to become
more closely associated, and they must do
that whether political federation is
achieved in our lifetime or not, the
strength of the chain will be the strength
of the weakest links. And because islands
like Montserrat are so poorly served by
steamship communication their difficulties
and their opportunities and the lessons
they have to teach and to learn from other
West Indian islands are correspondingly
little known. That is a great pity; ana it
is svmptomatic of a larger evil. Because
if the relations between Mcntserrat and
Barbados are tenuous because of lack of
inter-communication, those between Bar-
bados and Jamaica are proportionately
greater.
The unhappy circumstances in which we
are placed with relation to Jamaica are
only removed by the enterprise of the
French Steamship LineCompagnie Gen-
erate Transatlantique. which has supplied
Barbados with its only quick regular
steamship service to and'from Jamaica by
means of the Colombie and de Grasse,
These are luxury liners and nothing as
elaborate as this has been suggested or
would be requested from the United
Kingdom. Yet how is real progress to be
made towards customs union or political
federation until the bridge connecting
these territories has been built ?
It is a grotesque distortion of fact to
suppose that distances have been obliter-
ated by the advent of the aeroplane. Bar-
bados would have to enjoy the thrice daily
service which the Americans offer be-
tween Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands)
before any effect of bridging distances by
air could be observed.
If federation is to come, it is going to
follow the ships. The conference at Mon-
tego Bay realised that truth. But since
then it has gradually been pushed into
the background. Mr. Ross has brought it
sharply once more into the foreground and
our thanks are due to him for reminding
us of what some of us were forgetting.
Without ships there will be no closer
association.
CALCUTTA
Prince Aly Khan has discovered what it
is like to be treated as a god.
Sought by beautiful women the world over.!
Prince Aly found himself during his recent
tour of India, adored by the Koja community
LONDON. Maith. 21 A change then, m hear that
The spring flowers are out t*d !> ailSjIIMM. JHf the question of the dtr ,
the days are warm and we are baboons in Gambia has solemnly
congratulating ourselve*. that the And the poor typists now walk been raided In the House of Lords,
winter was mild and that there part of tie way to the offlca he- and that an equally solemn ai>ur-
was no fuel crlals. came they can't -fiord that extra ance has been given that only
Housewives have not even t-een penny or so. (What about then those baboons, which are dam-
chasing "the little man round the shoe-leather). In ths general rise aging the crops will be destroyed,
corner" who conjures up those in costs, the fare increase la a And now in the House o" Cum -
few extra bags of poor quality .small thing; but .t has caught mons. Sir Herbert William, h... -the Muslim sect headed by his father the
coal to add to the ration. pcpular Imagination as an injui- suggested that the starlings which lAffa Khan.
But I he future holds nn glowing tice. And that important person, roost in thousands around I-on- -- -----,,;:, , fr.,i,,, pHnr* Alv has
coil prospects sn,l big business is the "British housewife", has taken dons Trafalgar Square should be ln P"V10US Visits to India. frdR Al> nas
m < What about our Indus- il as a personal affront. Amongst drastically reduced,
trie*, what about our much the most undemonstrative of
heralded export drive' What housewives in the world, the Brit- The subsequent outcry has been
about the extra coal our factories ish housewife does not worry Immediate. "We *ould never
need if we arc to pay our way? much who Is running the govern- poison them" say good hearted
,, ment. But to pay an extra penny official*. Shoot them with a gun?
y^i" fy,.,*"?-"!!'^1,*".^ or on the busdisgraceful! Impossible. Old ladles would
And yesterday, a score of men. gather up the dead and dying
bearing th* title of the Central birds and attack the marksmen
Transport Consultative Commit- with (heir umbrellas. Frighten
tee, and representing all branches them by exploding crackers or
of industry and commerce, met to -oundlng gongs or clappers? The
those extra pennie.. last state would be worse than
the first, so It looks as if the star-
lings will be reprieved.
.prj^.T~-^T.-".-"rr- r ::Qh~ =.^.; i^ 60c.
Patience Cards per set____ ._.72c.
CANASTA SETS
. enough
ing that a five day week
for them. At present, as a con-
cession to Britain's economic diffl-
cultiae, they are working a shift
on alternate Saturdays. It means
an eleven day fortnight, or j 41| j
hour week, as the working day is
71 hours. And this, they say, is
too much.
So the wnole matter tfflj ba LsV
cuued at a general meeting of
miners' representatives from all
over Britain. Only if the Scot-
tish miners are overruled by bal-
lot will they continue to work that
(alternate) Saturday shift.
How the pendulum has swung
in twenty years! The shirl-
ilecvcd worker, no iunawr ftmi -
ng unemployment, does not rod
to work hard for Jung hours and
nl low pay to'keep hm job. And
a good thing, too. But nowaday -
wc Mem to be ruled by the work-
ers. They make their own term*
even though the Conservatives sit
at Westminster.
Our democracy Is In a stage of
slow transition. It will settle down
when the worker.; forget the "bad
old days" of low wafi*a and un-
employment and Join in with a
new pride in their own a -hieve-
ment and production.
POCKET CARTOON
By OSBEKT LANCASTER
Industrialisation
BRITAIN'S sad condition provides mat-
ter for serious reflection at a time when
the drive towards industrial expansion in
the British West Indies is on. People are
even beginning to talk of a slump in
Britain. The textile industry which is ex-
periencing a real slump throughout the
world is creating much unemployment in
Britain. The light engineering and the
motor industries are forced to contract
their output and now there comes news
of poor conditions in the boot and shoe
and furniture and radio industries.
The import cuts initiated by Britain and
followed by France, Australia and other
countries have started something which
will almost certainly reduce the volume
of 1952 trade as compared with that of
1951. It is excel|ent to industrialise but
unless you can sell what you produce,
what benefit is derived? And where in an
import-cutting world arc assured markets
to be found ? Industrialisation must be
necessary before it is accepted as a policy.
Even its champions would be the tirst to
admit that by itself industrialisation does
not raise the standards of living of a
people. Standards of living only rise when
the products of industrialisation have an
assured market.
Britain todav provides the rebottal to
those who proclaim that agriculture is
necessarily geared to a subsistence stand-
ard of living. The advantages which agri-
culture will always have over industry
are self evident. Agriculture preserves the
fertility of the land, whereas industries
encroach on agricultural land and no one
has found nuU and bolts a substitute for
breadfruit or yams.
There is room for carefully planned and
controlled industrialisation in Barbados
but It must never be regarded as a substi-
tute for agriculture or as a panacea for
wholesale raising of living standards li
inusl I).- Integrated Into the island's (con-
omy, slowly, and novtr l the detriment
of agriculture or tourism which are our
permanent assets.
Wet* no more problems
u lift tittle Eduon now Aei
Bag a iranju(lThe'i
oppr lor how* u\ end
fu*f seadiNp radio-coot to
(he wrono addrextes-
The stories we read Of lavish
parties given by our Embassies
and Legations and Consulates
abroadeven If they are exag-
gerated some'imes makes our
mouths water.
Now Mr. Anthony Eden, For-
eign Secretary, is considering
sending a smsll team of Civil Ser-
vice inspectcra (wearing back
costs and pin stripe trousers?! on
a world-wide lour to t>co if eco-
nomics can be instituted. The)
will decide what expenditure!
are realty necessary, though, It is
said, they will not be too hard on
Britain's missions behind the Iron
Curtain. Private life is dull enough
as It Is In Communist countriea
without making economy cuts.
In the past, when income tax
has been raise*! and new dutic.
What a Joy to llnd that an un*
spoilt, young 18-year-old girl, a
greengrocer's daughter, has over-
night made a smash hit on the
Their recommendations will bo London stage. She has had no
sent to the Transport Commission, expensive finishing schools, no
imposed by successive Chancellors wno may bow before the storm monied background,
of the Exchequer, the nation has of the angry housewives.
briefly voiced its protest and then So the heart of London's thea-
accepted t h e inevitable in llt. goers has gone out to her.
Hence, almost. We are all getting a little tired She Is Sham Wallis. and is red
of reading about the split in the haired, demure, and has a tip-
The uproar that followed the Labour Party, and the activities tilted nose,
recent increase in London', bus. 0f Mr. Bevan; in fact it has been After a rapturous first night
tram and tube fares continues, pleasant almost to turn to reception at Ixmdon's Coliseum
Newspapers have publi.i.cj arti- the more flamboyant dailies which where she sang "The Ocarina' in
cles (with pictures) tellm t us that carry a picture of a pretty girl on "Call me Madam" she packed her
little Jimmy's father (WOO lives the front page and devolc their shoes inlo a suitcase and wegst
ln the suburbs) can no longer columns to crime, sport, show home to Tottenham.
afford to pay the extra Jew pence business and the oddities and ec- She has not even a special boy
to take little Jimmy, to the zoo. centric!ties of life. friend, or so she says.
The I. . W. I. <:*)
.- - ..... which they are in personal touch.
Ity I.H .1. lailor w.l tor Scholarship Funds
They are many other points
.nvou.aiivnrc.1*, many oi mem population, African, C h i n e s e which could be discussed; the sup-
beautifully engrossed, were pre- European, Levantine and Indian, port the University College has
the newly installed The,, differ in colour and physlog- already received from generous
Many of those present
were profoundly moved as
messages of congratulations and
Chancellor, messages from
but ll.ey live together benefactors, the further support
Harvard and Chicago from New hiVppi'ty and, as Is'rlght ,nd p'roper, that it needs and wilt continue to
Zeand and South Airica, hum hardlv |nlnk of their physical dlf- need. ~
Oxford and Cambridge, from
universities in England and Scot-
land and Northern Ireland. The ,
members of the University College
This latter Is particularly
ferences. So may it remain. There true in scholarships: the low in-
'ospcrity or happi- come for each head of the popula-
regiom such as these, lions means not only that many
.... many races have mingled, able boys and girls cannot be
'ed loo: it made ihem lf qucations of rare arise. All must financed at the University College
been kept in the background while gold-tur-
banned devotees prostrated themselves be-
fore his famous father.
The Aga Khan, reputed descendant of the
prophet Mahommed, is more than his peo-
ple's leader; he is considered sinless, sacred
and above the law.
The Koja Community in India, number-
ing 120.000 is one of the wealthiest in the
world. Its members are reputed to possess
more jewels than anyone else in India.
Originally an excommunicated Hindu
merchant caste in Surat, West India, they
were converted to Islam about six centuries
ago by Aga Khan's evangelising forefather
who became their mullah or high priest.
The sect spread its business activities with
the growth of British power and to-day Koja
merchant princes direct big trading busmesj
in East Africa, Malaya,'Burma, Indonesia aa
well as throughout India.
Most of the Indian Kojas. however, live
around Bombay where Aly Khan began and
hurriedly ended his tou-.
Aly visited community gatherings in the
West Indian capital and flew by private
Dakota to conduct weddings in Baroda and
Bombay State. Wearing faultless tropical
suitings and a Persian wool cap, he read ex-
cerpts from the Koran and accepted fees on
behalf of his father ranging from ten to thirty
thousand pounds sterling a time.
He is estimated to have collected 100,-
000 during his eight-day tour. Part of thu
money he will give to charity.
Unlike the Aga Khan, who has been known
to deal sharply with his followers. Prince
Aly carried out his duties quietly and with-
out fuss. He did not bid up the bridegrooms
guarantees as the Aga Khan was prone to
do.
All Koja bridgegrooms pledge hig sums on
marriage. Divorce is so easy among the
Muslimsthe husband has only to say "I
divorce you" three times before witnesses
that it is necessary for the wife to be well
provided for in advance.
At a big Koja wedding the bridegroom
usually donates about 50,000. But this was
not enough for the Aga Kharf at a Calcutta
wedding last year. He told the stupefied
relatives and guests: "Increase the guaran-
tees or I leave." The perspiring millionaire
father of the bridegroom hurriedly offered
70,000 The Aga Khan turned towards the
door. A hundred thousand he paused
one hundred and fifty thousand the Aga
Khan reverently opened the Koran.
Poorer members of the communitysmall
merchants in the 1,000 a year classclub
claim to belong to the common- ".j'^'0"rk together'for Uie good of """> tluit- ,n* Government revenue
wealth of free universities and that th wrtlc community cannot provide t*te scholarships
they must earn their membership. ---- m*nM*m and exhibitions on anything like
They were moved also by the txtra-Mural MlUdieg the ^^ wh)ch ^ pouible m morc
presence *he Charwllor ^ .. J^ for mass marriages. Two __
the Vicc-Chanccllor of London, Umvirsiiy <-o.l.fcv wimn nmm (,ction for ,.,1- DuniQse would HO ,, ,
their foster mother: it was a sign special problems and deserves JJ,. ,n ssuring the future useful- ceremonies awaited Prince Aly at Madras
lhat um rsrUtionahlp Mwgn spaaa. maeruoo, m LKsvaragani m nm ,,, t, rmv,.rMlv ri\]\tm ni tad Nupur. Sums wtrt eflattiteted Jointly
them was no pretence but an ac- c.k-i--.mui-1 btuuies, now unuer B,__ tVl ,",,. j.,,-ii-,_n_." r *. *i"" ...,_
uvc MWlb .n, iSSS, ut >.'l.h,i,p am- wm lSdta wlSTS vJbta by M the families according to what they
Then, were other ceremonic. a, lock. memuer ol tn. I,v.e Cora- f"l SSJr taTbSST wirt? ,n
well. fm&Uen -,, were laid mWM. The remark! nude above '" JPWlh,u* l?rk of" ,,,.,,
od .pcechC! made .mi nn.il, on the eoraph, ot ,hc Colon,., .".',*'"""1 2rt hSS
there were rervkes ,n the Roman ,|,ow where the problem. I.e. IM '"". ZdZun? training
Catholic Cathedral ot Hoi, Trinity univermics ot c.rc.1 llrluin have " and in the Anglican Cathedral ot .ssumed entra-mural re,pomlblll- tonclmlon
St. Catherine In t h c ancient , I, ,ne,r .mmea.ate '^" "Ln a aomewhaI dlf-
capital, Spanish Town. ThU Utter ne,,hboo,hood, but lor them I.i !"tn1' ,. N< ly_do we hope
u the oldct ccCmaitlcal building mean! at It, lurthm les than a V" "" univfrf>'J' College will
in the Brillih Caribbean, the ex- hundred miles, ln the Welt Indie, become i mental training ground
Ming structure dating Irom 1710 ihe dlitancei arc 10 much greater: J? h,'.'bl[ >"iU1,'" !'eop ?',_
afler the nnt had been de.trocd , revert lo an earlier parallel, it la *" 'nd! !"!' ,hn,.,,..w111 ^ *
b, hurricane two vcan earlier a, though the Unlvemt, College ol c.n.,rcv ' ""ellectual lite which
Some preicnt in the Cathedral ihe Soulh Welt in fcxeter had to
that da, heard prayers which Oic, think ot organising
nded with the ,,f this
the chief organ
The responsibility
BaoaaaM
"ollege haa already
th teaching ot cer-
tain trades. It has its own book-
departure ot the Chancellor from is great and in some "res'pcc"ts"gio's 2??1!n1 *hi,';nd 1" own seientlrlc
Klngsion Harbour in a crubjer. beyond what ,. normally epe*tcd 522?*J* W"iJ,',d',""\?
wllh members of the staff In of tho*. who hold extra-mural ap- V"";', " "e '"""^ 1o hind
academic dreas on th. quarter- potntmenta. The lulor must be thc boof' to blow glais. to work In
deck taking Kafir leave and the local rcprrsenlallvc of thc Cm- ;d ""t T '"'!,}J*.lt,!Sl'
Chancellort-.o*n verilon ol the verilt, College, Its outpost and Its Jtor, tcchnlciana. All Ihe labora-
Ro,al SUndard Hying at thc fore- public rclallon. orllcer, dealing in ""? benth' rupboards and racks,
mait. This Is all vary suitable for the llrst instance wllh applications
University College let '
could afford.
However, total cost of a bin Koja wedding,
after the distribution of jewel-studded pre-
sents and a week of feasting, is sometimes as
high as 100,000.
During Prince Aly's tour a slight hitch
developed over Ihe problem of drink. Kojas
are teetotal but believe wine turns to water
when it touches the Aga Khan's lips. The
rations, but wc alo'samc aPPlies lo his 8on- The Bom"'y P"
pect that it will provide other,hlbitionist government did not share this
view and Prince Aly officially had a drink-
less stay. Stocks had been laid in for him a*
Nagpur, the only place on his tour where i*
is still possible to buy liquor.
will broaden interests and
and all the furniture for under-
graduate rooms and offices nre
10.000 fan, I'olirr To Spy On Farmers
A special corps of secret police 10,000
strong, is to be set up in Communist con-
a Uniyer.il, College set in an for arfnuMon. enquiries about "%""' """'. "'"woods'* ?Z trolled Rumania to spy on farmers with-
WsSsM.*sa sr%ts3uS. SSSSKSsas ".ps aa hey rc'use ,o "u at
has happened in the long hillor, ,o keep in proper touch with Its ,hc Vice-chancellor of Unjdon re- Government-eonlrollcd prices.
of univemtin. n,-ie ,t Tuu.r,il. no, ..v when marked when ahe , this going Terms of imorisonrnent un to 20 vcars
orsitii
Race Question there Is so much to be done on the
For those who do mil know the spot. Nevertheless, there are now
marked when A 0,u. ""\ Terms of imprisonment up to 20 years
seems must be fulfilled In choosing
--; the site of a new universv institu- death penaltv for serious offences are to b<
tion. it has been suggested above l-esser Antilles to Trinidad and ^"B* J**9 o1. go^d loc.al According to Rumanian refugees wh.
that in Its earlier history an island llritlsh Guiana and the
like Jamaica can be compared thus'
with one of the southern states of warded
the United States of America, but work
the parallel is by no means close which
in later history. There is no colour 1Jt.
bar in the Caribbean Colonies. College to support th
,h Guiana and their en- *^>^.s'^, "'""^ " ^ have broken through the Iron Curtiiiii. liiiy
asm and energy is being re- ^ f'"^uIi.Lii" ^"..^ olle*p plain-clothed secret police force, known in
led by the response to their *' *%^d^t only *uTtlRumania " "^ lerror S(uad'" is a,n'"'>
.ersity ^ft ISMUS
1,1 Ind
ork
same schools posit on. In Govern- must be learnt The .ucees* ot the h ilf DflrI , lav in thp fulu?p
ment are-open to all. The present College depends on the goodwill f the British Caribbean Colonies
undergraduates population of thc and enthusiasm of the people of
University College contain, repre- the Colonies and for more than (Repeadured by kind pennlaai>m
| intahvi". of most of the many half of the.te the Extra-Mural De- ef the Editor of the t'alvetattiea
Straits that liaw built up the partment is the only one uith Revsem).
Our Readers Say:
Surpri$infe Slalrment
MOQl (""niltuslitm. if this is what paragraph of my letter to you
v i-i.- rj., im. aa 'he rirv tlcer meant by "the dated 31-1 ult.
To The tailor. The Aavocr'.f v,-ii" ,, t ,. -!. .,? ._ ._
fr^^S; gHls ^r; tesrntttjs nr ^VvS-Ja^
In a KeVnt iss of" vour ne^s- ISi'^^inJ'teRw,1"?, S C^ ffl 'nl V**"" tCJ,0n "S "
paper where the fire local Pol.ce Porce Is reported U. m.(V ^ of lntMe8t lo ~ r,(;il.. Ja *"" A thf",c J
have at..led in an interview that rrT , lpani lh.t ronlr,ltv to |Kjp. ' "^Harba os> of *n,ch
many of the rectnt cane llres had Ulai U-U.f, it is verv diffleult lo r^L .Jn. h JiiSl .^^.k;
been caused throuah the heat. ., ntv t0 , by Anting them Sin 1? h h
and sme. he said, might have
been caused by careless people
throwing lighted cigarette, from
vehicles
1 have been Instructed to state
that if the Fire Officer hm. been
correctly reported this Is u most
:r: ^iirsft -,S*. Uor, _
not Impossible for a can* fire to SIR.The Printer's devil seems
tart by mere heat, or by sponta- to have got Into thc pep-iltimatc 3.4.S2.
match or a cigarette.
Yours faithfully,
J. ROBERT PETERKIN.
Secretary.
Agricultural Society.
t'uritum For fintnnil fund'
Rumania
Reasons for these drastic measures against
the farmers is lhat they arc held i
for the failure of the Rumanian monetary
reform instituted by former Finance Minis-
ter Vasilc Luca. For. despite the currency
reform, farmers are still refusing to unload
their hidden stores of grain and crops.
TTiere has been one important result,
however. Finance Minister Luca has been
sacked in disgrace. His 14-roomed mansion
at Ploesti. 50 miles from Bucharest is closed
and guarded. It is believed that Luca is
imprisoned in Bucharest
Information reaching Belgrade states that
the farmers' refusal to sell at unfair price,
fixed by the Government was only one rea-
son for the inflation spiral. Principal cause
is said to be Russian exploitation of Ruman-
ian oil and other natural resources
According to thc same sources of informa-
tion, under the monetary reform arranged
by Vasile Luca. two different rates of ex-
change were enforced depending upon
whether the money was invested in a State
With thanks for thc correction, bank -or hidden away.
Your, faithfully. "Favourable" rates were given to those
Louis LYNCH, with bank accounts, but farmers who kept
lion. See. Barbados, their savings at home got only nominal rates.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 15*
RARBuxrs IDVOCATE
PAGlflV
Labourer Not Guilty Of House Breaking
Discrepancies In
Evidence Pointed Oul
IIAI \\< IX*. HIS IKK M I I
Richard Hall a labourer of Middleton, St. George, was
yesterday acquitted by an assize jury of the charge of
breaking and entering the house of Josephine Farley of tin-
same district on October 9. last year, and stealing $40 the
property of Clement Husbands who lived at Farley.
It took the jury only half an hour to arrive at their
decision after Hall's counsel, Mr. J. E. T. Brancker had
pointed out discrepancies in the Prosecution's evidence and
submitted that the Prosecution had failed to prove their
He had not lied the money with
twine. He had loki Farley that he
had put the money in the press
... .._ .. _.....,,. oni>^"r,ir,h;d p'L" vtt .H*
Aaalstant lo Uvc Arlorn.y Gen- Jjn^W thai he had ^d durin*
Hearing of the case was pre-
sided over by the Acting Puisne-
Judge His U.rdshlp Mr. Justice
li. L. Taylor and Mr. F. E. Field,
the preliminary hearing that he
had not told anyone he had put
family of amtThved *w*y ,h* mon^ "* <*nied he
^-r^ri nad told the Magistrate S30 00 but
" "' admitted telling the Magistrate the
eral. prosecuted for the C;
The case for the PTuaecution
V-as th.it
at Farley and f.
i*ie day of the offen
at
Sl.y-li,..yr.r-old "W7SIZ1I"' "* ""** bU'
Farley and 33-year-old Husbands
were going home at about II
o'clock when they saw Hall
dashed out of the house and run ,
through canes. When they went t""*0*1""' w
into the house 140 wa missing.
Sgt. Imuss of District "B" the
first witness called, said that
between the clothes.
When he had seen Hall on the
first occasion he had seen hi..: for
about half an hour, while he
utting grass. -
Cutting Grass,
ilopher Moaeley. a 41-y
October 9 at about 1.15 p.m. he oW labourer, said thai he aiid Hu^
went to Middle*en, BL George, at band J1** becn working together
SB s IT* __VI *sVb*vlsS> V lit n rr. .ml ,n.i . i SS i t it Ljmi
Farley In connection with the lar-
ceny reported earlier during the
about 8 30 a.m. cutting grass when
Hall going along Hope's
day. Canes were on the eastern pr'Vi!lf Road c d,recJi? '"
and western aides of the house, which Hal was gouig would hav*
He was shown the shedroof door '<< nm cither to his own Home
near which a latofl and staple or Husbands.
were lying. In the bedroom a Cross-examined he sad that
press door was open and seemed Husbands and he had only been
as though it had been forced working together for "bout two
open. Clothes wen? strewn over weeks. When he saw Hall he
the bed and those still m the w" walking leisurely
press were disordered. A knife To tn0 court.
bj
whioh was on top of the pn
examined but found no mark
on It. There had been a mark
dressed in a white pants and white
shirt.
Cpl. Stephen Edwards then gave
evidence as to the accused being
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12-YEAR-OLD BOY
I I ALLS FROM TRACTOR:
DEATH BY MISADVENTURE
A nine-man Jury at District "A" yesterday returned a
verdict of death by misadventure to Coronet H. A. Talma
u ben the inquest into the circumstances surrounding the
ir;ith of 12-y ear-old Fitzgerald Carnnglon of Cole Hole.
St. Gcmift ended.
Carrington was detained at the General Hospital about
2 p m. on April 1 after he fell from a tractor which was
l* nn drivtn along Locust Hall Hill, St. George, at about
I M ! m. Um same day. He died at the Hospital live hours
iu> whs admitted.
owns a 1 :.nd a man *r

:lor. On April I Proute was
Of the tractor which
taking canes from the planta-
Prot (-,| io take
pssssengei i or to permit anyone on
' i Sometime i>etwten l
. mi April 1, he
a was injured and
went to locust Hall Road where
he saw the tractor and trailer. He
ikii sfcni in itir plantation yard
and ther* aiw ihc boy (the dc-
rhotn he took to Um Gags*
a] Hospital The name of tho
boy WSJ ntagjarala Carrtngton
and his age was between 10 and
12.
the press as though it hud been "
ripped open. Cross-examined, he *sXfd< nd h,s lv,lnf ?n ai^
wild he had" not found aer. trace. TM was. corroborated by PC
said he had not found any traces
of finger-prints on the knife
Doors Locked
.Lloyd Ashby
Mr. Fiefd for the Crown put it
to the Jury that If they believed
Sixty-nine-year-old Josephine Husbands and White who said
Farley of Middleton. St George. xhrv ,iw Hall while they were
said that seven lived at the culjtng grass thev would have to
house where she lived Four of disbelieve Hall's alibi lhat he was
them were under eight years. ot )n St eGorge on that day. The
Before leaving home at about 10 consideration that Hall's alibi to
a.m. on October p she locked the tnP p^jrc had not been given on
doors and closed all the windows. oa,h |,ke the witnesses whose de-
She was returning at about 11 meanour thev had seen, would help
oclock to get breakfast for Hus- lhem ,n deciding whom thev
bands who lived there, when she would believe
met Husbands just before she He said that the discrepancies in
reached home and the two of lhe evidence of some of the wtt-
them walked towards the house. nes4e, WM doubtless due to the
When she got near the house she ,nct ihat they did not have the
saw Hall run through the front advantage of a good education.
She said she knew Hall from . ,. .wl^i!,1!;?.. h*.n .>.,
SSdRrnS tti"2 J&Sft? %?F"lGZ
ONE of tiie Boodhoo Brothers bilancas on his bicycle. To control the
cycle he has his feet on the front wheel.
Acrol>ats Join In Floor Show
The deceased fell on his right
side and he {Corbin! shouted to
UM dftVtt to lop The wheel of
Um tralMr did not roll over the
body of the deceased. This was
the right front wheel of the
tractor
At thi* stage Coroner Talma
presented the facts of the Inquiry
u> the Jury who returned a ver-
dict of death by misadventure
GUI Elected
Churchwarden
For St. Peter
HruiscH IHi Arm
There were brul.es un the rlKht Mr. A. A. Gill. Ia>t >er' Jun-
arm -idr .iiul In und lhe Uiy was lor Gu.rdlan lor SI Pel. i V(
roanini It he wi In pain. He lryi wml |tclf . ...Ih.-i.ilal f,ir |he ensuing UTin b\ ^ nisi..r-
"I have spoken 10 lhe cl.,,-.,.,a v vo,e wh[ ,hc st rr, .
on several oeeaslons about rldlnn ve.trj- met yesterday He WU
on the u.ctor. The deecun was ploposd by Mr. C, H. P, Jordan
loyad at the planlaimn, v ,, lranlp,uQI, ,, conded
VTVoU^ffJl*-- V-i^JSsBfB T I
? ,! ., ?, V.l ^S ""'> ~pll his nommalK.n,
* of Mr C! o Gill and Mr. E I
Mrs. Housewife
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lrll!. iioodhoo isrotners ... ........ >.u...u ... ,....- a inr rani ,na ninnuiiiuiir iiuuisj n..-i
performance of hand balancinif and acrobatic stunts -then the liver Death wu duo to shoek '' f;?'"I',h'g",.,* '' *,"L f-hu,< '
the South American Varietv Troupe |UM their Floor d haemorrhage n. ,.;.."- "ggWajf
au ^a. a aaa. a a ~ a. a K ____ I li'air*!-! lUSl VV f*T*. <' Show at Queen's Park at 8.10 ..'clock t<
sponsored by Canada Dry.
iKht. Th, .., ., ESSTLFte .tyrt..t>. woik be ,d, _,he
p.itt i parish dm mt <"" term
not questioned.
The Vestry made the foil
appointments
It
Sanitary Hoard
- a am. Mr e. l hi
When she went to the house
she saw a door open nnd on RoinK
into a bedroom, found the press
door open. She also saw a knife.
When she saw Hall he was
wearing | faded Khaki shirt.
Cross-examined she said that
when she first saw Hall she r:m
back leaving Husbands near the
house.
She said that the dav was n
Tuesday and on the previous Sat-
urday Husbands had shown her
the $40.00. tied It with a piece of
twine and put it in a black shoe
in the press. Between Saturday
and Tuesday all seven of the fam-
ily were living at the house.
rad
Husbands being prejudiced
On rage
The troupe is Id by Harwy Rogers who visited LUr- i>r Cats said the body of the
bados a few veal's aco. He will ghf a scries of Spanish rteceasad was identnicd to him by
dances with his partner, Bonnie Edinboro. Charles Carrington who said the
r his brolhet
The Boodhoo Brothers are also contortionists, hich wire Charles Carrington said that he
walkers and stunt r,d,rs Also w.th the show arc Cecil ^^^t^t^Sjjgll A KmSmmSV^t,
Green, a lyric teOOT, winner of the 1051 Staging Compe- the dead body of his bmlhti -t th. 'handler.
titiun in British Guiana. Turn Brandt, ballad singer of Hospital Mortuary to Dr. Cato. iii.,i,.u,. (,-,,.; M,
Gipsy Caravan prog! imnv w Z F V Enid 1 Jow.pn Qnmvm nf |lTMpe(.t> St. ff^Af>SSSSSiS!T
Ivor Huntc. accompanist and a pianist of lhe New Luckies James, said that ha was driving Gill, Mr. U. V. Jemmott,
Orcbeitni nf British Guiana. iiifir.(1'..i (.-23801, April 1 about
-----*-----------------------------------------------------...*- wm pulling1. Organ Tuner
-^ ^ 9 --, m >i>* a : ul,h *'t,nct *nd n*" Wr Lionel Gittens
Students Receive Certificates At SSTS
::;;!. a ,-,...........
11 .I'm bahtnd the irivirs se.it. n-i-.,,.*,,,, i'... ('.....-.-i;,,..
1 he boys was railed 'Bow- "H. ?*!*," l SW?"!"?
Mr. r.. Jordan and Mr. h. <
Addressing visitors to the Housecraft Cenin- yettef- "'k'"'- "'" * preserves, rinf------------. Dajne (St. Pelers Parish Chur.hi.
day the occasion of the presentation of certificates and JS2'* O.'S'JS}' Tractor Mopped Mr H <., anrt Ml Jl4l
prizes o_,he_ students of the Homec,;af, .nstructors w,,,,,,,,. ,h, way^nUn;.. aim';"m'1" ??..!.;.,and
10 stop the traeUir and he stopped {J- ^ C P"'" """obelle
Homecraft Instructors' Course
men wnii i-tiin> .11,11 in mi i.itjnri vjitiens
ing the tractor from l-o- Delegales For The Apuoinl
1 t, men. of Church S
Left For Work
Clement Husbands. 33-year-old
agricultural labourer who Uvei
Farley said that
.11 the 1 lagaw and hi
a most popui.ir gtutlaol Durta
Course, Mrs. R. N. Turner, wife of the Colonial Sceri'tnrv. t),t. ,.,
said that the course was filling a nap lhat had bc-n lrft open oul foi Uw amounl oi LooktagOBS h!
far too lonii in the comniumtv. She pointed nut lhat the ''" '" in front ea
purpose of the course was to spread Domestic Sciuh. 'r el of the iri
muthnda to many and that it would be the duly of the SJ'J*,
selected few who had attended the court* to do -" thai
After the welcome address was dcjm.v Director In an Ingptiing make some of them Bvomad/but, the legs of the deceased
October 9 he given by Maj. Glindon Reed. Ui- inn tktJpful ..... weeks rolle.i l.miseil and he look him lo Locust
HARRISON'S Broad St.
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saw
nf um
trinlei
the
Land Rates Ixiid
... the end ol front ,,( tha wheel The deceased .
Iron) eari> t'i said, 'l^rd have mercy" One of J\ / M4*&9 [Vf /XCTt*
tin- laa of the deceased was
- --- -. aa . , -~,r >ata sat a>. .------ -%. ------------- -. -- ..------ .in 11111 m I v fij i'llll l All ir.tlVIM'e lllll I 1,1: > ' rirm .>, ,-..... ,t_. i... |i,a,|I i,l II Ml him ana
MaWK^i ,, ?"? 52ffi nr>on by Ml" lv>" Alleyne, Or- woman. This gave us something ... ,r,. took |um (llle deceased) to the IJ4 j' rfJJS? '. nnS^\n ihr
2e"?iJltl,\n*: brVkifls: **nl* o( thp ""*- Miss It I. which to m. and just fsMM the ;!. ; ; 3" ' when IhJy met IUte"la
'hat King movod a vote of thanks and necessary finish lo the Scheme, ,,ull- showed afl.r. % 1st 1 1 f" "' "' ;i '"t <'"' ""' This is an increase'of 501 cents
fhc work was open to inspection SulijiiK Covered ^1 botu The 'i;"1"' pot ten on land, and of a hulf-
Miss Ivy Alleyne said: The course l| csOUd thg Home- although ,mly lOOtlVllll M.1 ''" anrt PruPcr dv ul cent on trade.
Honourable Colonial Secretary, rnift IrAtrUCbM ' Com <. and OUT- had still shown notletal Ic im- "'L, *"oa- u Last year, the Vestry budgiled
Mrs. Turner, Director of Educa- ered uch subjects as Laundry- provement. To ihe Jury (.reaves said tnni fr a7.000 l<. rover their eapenses
he could not dwrlbe how the boys (( ,h b ihiryea-
_______ were sitting on the tractor He Ulw *hau. ,.,,,.,, f, .----
and students of th,
at any partlculai
day he returned home for break-
fast at about 11 o'clock. Farley
and he were going home together
when he saw Hall run from tho
HeUwent into\VerbhSse,hand*ra*w on' UoW"d Gentlemen, we. work. Housewifery. Nutrition Exhibits
his clothes scattered about the bed **. P"anent ?nd vi'iting staff Cookery, cake and pastry m,.kir>K, Th< siu and when he searched the press and dent ot the Housecraft Sweets, preserves, baby carr and t. MM BOOM CxniQlla U Hi.
his $40 which he had left wrap- Centre Join in extending a hearty invalid cookery, Pattern tuning, nua| im, i,lTl,,n j dM
ped In a piece of paper under- welcome lo you for your presence cwwy. Handicrafts, Smocking, ,.,. Inrm but al.0wi.rt ,Ue.n
noath clothes were stolen. The wllh u> this afternoon. W- ; ; i Otho Corbln lit) of Cole Hole, year is a sum or money for the
press, he said, was broken. *"uld specially like you, Mrs. ig and Public Dcmonstr.itlons in TlUi Li, {.vl ., ... < ,,;t. said that he know the purpose of granting salary raises
and golden '..m.Le,, t.v '^i. deceased .Oil Ap.il 1 -t i.ho.n to their wfiole-time employees.
they have b-idgeted for $62,487,
au- proute who wol taking nil 'break- ___.__.*. ,_
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He had put the money there on TurnCT to know how much we i^by care gad
a a _. ._ .- ami aiaaiatast as a.aMas- AAjkonl ssn as. t\T r.
the Saturday and had left it there |Jpreclate your acceptance of
on the morning before he left ur request to dlstrtbuie our cer-
home. The money consisted of tiflcates and prizes. We are con-
dollar bills. sclous of the interest you have
When he saw Hall Hall was taken in our progress and we are
wearing a khaki shirt and a white grateful.
pants He had seen Hall earlier This afternoon's function cli-
whilc at work. maxes a course of study which was
Cross-examined, he said that formally epened on Friday 14th
after Farley and he had seen Hall Sept.. 1951. by Mr. E. C M. Theo-
running from the house. Farley balds, the then Acting EHnet
went back to call a neighbour and Education. Some of our visitors
he went mto the house where here this afternoon were pre* it
Farley came back and found him with us on that morning, when tha
The
give lr 11,111. to
Trschi
Clubs
and golden apple Jelly.
fSfSt U! ^"dmWlTUitJam, ionul 30t,n
rlmary Srhonl .und Ki(_Mlt itwad <>MlVas
he was wllh thradrcciisrsl rhr raKs s out are :
on th. tiactor G-238 own,". Iy Parochial .mployaa vv.thln Ihc
Iy-iist Hall Plantation. Th.y got salary Male .114015%.
t lubs -n.1 111,1 Scholars- Asao- ,, __\ on lhe tractor In a c:.ncfl.l ., ,.,>, .,., t.. ... i.t in th. held ,'. '"I" '" ,""1,1 '<'' '"> a ...dw.aon Parochial .mploy^s within Ihc
I AMI Kducalion Twenty ""S,J"" "" i.t ..... ' the tractor w.th .alary scale 7S-|10O-%.
stodcr.P. were vl.i led tor train- "! '"' ''uf In Mi il l,.,ll which con- Tarochlal cmploywa within the
ln< 13 ol whom were Primary ';"" al"donl h.i.l lo .....k, .. -,il.r:. ctOT to Ih. "H'-i slary scale |I00 and onward.
Sellout Teachers and th. other 't I" send While the tractor was tr.v.lllna J%.
cluha.
t'lic..i- ic, aom. pool clill-
.... represe itati.. -
addition to thai number, dr. n, wr made up ami
there was oil. male who train- Pnr'cls lo ihc Si ThoaiU' N'utrl-
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went in there upright and silent and were taken away bat-
tered and LWobMD to die in concentration camps.
Tiny f..tne to pass through the the Champs Ely*ees begun to nil
V Mure rhiimbers of their Cestapo up in the spring xunshinc. The
is .ind left us hundreds ivil servants of the MinUlry of
1-d wrecks between 1040 the Interior were Just beginning
and 1944. ttsffJl work in the building in the
N Um bnveat nor the cunning Rue Laurlston.
lion Centre, Thi
month's bntak, aflti whic'i we
started on our Icrm.
rag mon
students progti
the basic principles laid down In
' '
all types and infti
laundry, cake making, .
house* ifery (Including #lec.i-ical
repairs, painting of Hot
furniture, dally and -
rleuning of th.. Itudaol
tor.es at Erdiston Collegi- and
"-ducting). Invalid conk-
ng of bodices in the imo ,
Uoj niKht dresses in tin
I>r-fting, drestes In the S-wlni. .
Its in Handu r.,( **** rou.P could dis-
Thair also had talks from vl ton, ^^ who strayed Uieir iriembers
kiodlv given hv Mr IU-< klrt f '*" Rue Laui i'
Cooperative. Ofncer. BCC*1^ A: ..n .wo French-
men were arrested. Abel Danos
rubiir Dnnomtraliuns and Raymond Monange, b-.th
In addition six 5,uden' i. police
rti'ekly in two, t, ,.,..,. i__,,_ I UllUJ ind l>l ,< k-
Demontratloiis .,
Cookery at the Kgle Hall ClUUe, '' l'-',"tigUons
St. Thomas' Nutrition Cenli, ana "' '' "SBacfc
OBVnMIl killers of
Hoc 1
eral Hospital I Armed Karort
BathLig , Al ,(X (iock lin March 17. the
comfort In Bad, and to the K iu i ,.,-
nity Hoapital for Urine Test il-.. i nd and Raymond Monange with nn
Administration of Medicines. ajoort was driven1
They have al. i | out.
on Nutrinon. and in theii Group At the saiM t.me with another
Organisation have visiied a poor home, a middle ctaaa I i., Snnte prixon. Both
Day and Pine |IO| m^t
as. They have organised promptly at seven o'clock at the
nfi nm.a .....h,Kh.
' i"1"' BoelaJ, a |.
- KhlWllaB, rivai
are Just men- later Monange and li-
lad while a liost
tnaasesi watch'-i
ed to be able to nay thai m those who had been
lecturers tan feel some measnr
of satisfaction over the results orm-r Gestapo building i
a> Oa Pwe I Three hours later the cafes of
PINEAPPLE
TODAYS
SPECIAL
SUN
SHADES
all different .trie* and
types available
From "t'-'
la uboiii n!hmi
Call TOIlAi at your
IM\II I IRS
V. IfeLl.tIA
A IO.. llll
20 Broad Slrert.
SAVE HERE!
IlIDDYS A.N1'AHAG.S SfltiPpCv tin
LETONA GREEN PEA BOVP per tin
%fAI(KI,A IlaAIN OGIVESpee Jar
MAHKGA PLAIN OUVBfl |>er Jar
CRAWPORDS <*RrAM CRACKERS
per lin .
AUSTRALIAN LEQ HAMSII15 lbs
per Lb, .............
Origln.-slly This Week
$33-1 30
38 32
] SO 1 0
I M 96
: hi
1.61
DKNMOlt LKG 11AM in 4-lh tinsper tin........
DEHMOR LEO HAM in 2l-lb. tins- per Un.......
IMPEHIAL BRISKET BEET 4-lb tinper tin ...
CHASE a SANBOURNES IN.STANT COFFEE per tin
KOO Otl V) I-lb tin .............
- K PEPPER 1 or caster .............
LION WHITE PEPPER u etsttr
LION CURRY POWDER-4 o/ tin .....
LION PIMENTO- 4 ;r tin
COCKADE FINE RUM
STAXSFEiM. SCOTT A *'. L'>


PAGE SIX
AUAIHM ADVOCATE
FRIDAY APRIL t. IBM
CLASSIFIED ADS.
tMt HI VI
nun
WAUOTT-On IW April. IBM el
WIIIiuct. Bnium'i Croea Road
Mansei. Ctaarlsa winalon Wan
Mitact, Da**** >
M - p.m. an-da* II
Cam* wry.
tilvia sfa'ttitl Wll-
mn 'ino*'". Mti.1*
Ml '
Wsic.u iKin>.
C*..... -"i

IN MEMORIAM
RTSLTN<< losing memory of our.
Mr died i 4ih Auiii. net*
Int" ssd wn have ossi. yst vour
I OH SAIL
UTOMOTIYr
\ *N on* III r *
Van I" too* * "
.11 IMM f^"""**
rOSUUsg orBsr 4if" -' **"*"
rtUMr unalcr !*" '**"**
nalsB*
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in* Couiif
HVMIII
.....'
nn<

MArTIU ft Co., LM
YOUNO MAN for
b* muMf of using
-UK "IBB .
innmminK
and r aierrurj. .- .....i -. -
ipftolater* " B*"* "w*4?"i"r*"r
2" *"***" A"""~ ^fer
i rnrrrn one .eeo*>d
Hut-ado. AdJBHH, TJH
rAHeV-Mlnor Two-to- Salussi IjBe
,rw. Moor Tourse T.BM miles Morrta
i .(or* Bateon vr-cy good eonaliii..
;(dge 'i"*' t*o-.e*irr. d**m.
..king into P* "P_
MJ|
SMiubi* tor Kir*
11*47
*JEi
Wolsalry
1 nun mltaa In .
.<,. lT.OWi mil**, %.ry iw
i .i.din FoUT ROYAL OAKAOB Lad.
Telephone 4M4 "
MJXTR1CAL
iimi< wencBS
1 til Dial TTB7
n( pea MAffB
...
I Ml II MIIS
Labourer Not Guilty SHIPPING NOTICES
l .-. M.

IP*--. eVaf...
er. St twai Cues* -* *o. (V
&Brs=jr^ur3=
?W1K l*f.-Ba a*a) M> aa
M **. a*-4 *B JO.- *
PACK A* .ill

H *W.i>a,i
BTACBVB..ital>i.- for
aj,p. k f iiCftrr
rt Broad Blrset m.
ROOBBTB.T M*rrll
Pally lumuHM. isxludln. Frigid*, ire.
T.lephone and BoBlrTuaaon Available
in Mat Phone IBM 4 IBI f r>
.,.-. Qoj
I JUnr Fo-
>** rgc Parit7 had paid that Husband! had
:*fo> t lhara wu w when he put It in a shoe in ririVAi
ttvHilJ aaWc* th prras while he had aaid no one KUYAL
had teen when he put the money
aShp at ibb> BMhbOMr> among aomr rlothea In the prata.
Mr ri-minded the iury at other
iuch aa one witneu
>. iiIm white >a>lni Hall waa In a white ahlrt
f had mn- nnd another he waa In khaki and
. ailed lrn '"'(1 them 'net*, waa no evidence
-run The* t .ill itrfnrr ihern for them to
i aaaaiii li I Hall
The Jury retired half an hour
h*i iheiwarda and returned with the
MO he had rorrBCted verdi.t rf not lull**
.1. .aid ^-
rVETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
-HUM. PBOH Minn
HBCVBA. on Hi April IBM
lllh April 1PU
mt' Ap*K itat
IK ISA III. ,
A F ;# .IV l-n-tai in."* BortJ.
> daal aiat Brron m m and p
I* frMav larl*
AITTION
INDFJI THF Sll.VtJl
HAMMKV

mil tot) bwa* Hi ItoWrt THom
PatriMld Slron
I BA1XB WrUfPlNC PAPER
> 1JJ0 n'clnk Tin- I
RRANKtlt. TfcOTMAN A CO,
l/NDER T1IF. SILVKR
HAMMER
"^"h*

..llr.. I M
MIS( KIJ.ANFOUS
I OSI A I Ol Ml
(n T ,da% Bll> b- arrr ol Mn A
llama. . will *" her furnuura ai
IliHdtaWB. i Jam**.
l"tif Bailee and t
> Table ilo aeat I
lira. Mir IbtiUnd. ornament
.Tabiea all in mahecan< (.
P| aerrtce* V.er.. J.r-
..I ttl.l
and
dloOKPR Halib.il Uver Oil m 3 e. e.
and 1* c < boltto*. alo In t*nllea "I
:. Canaul" Cm be obtained from yru*
t>ruCBM <" t Jorioaon B Co.. PMnea
v.'iiltam Hmn BOeel. ABBata l.
llliOKU I^TIOHATOBJM Phone MBI
r> tween lindlim I H-4n
Boup
"- St?*.
NOTICE
The Annual tearwrai Medina of t
Barbodoa Baafeelball Aial...,, -HI b.
held at the V M C A on rHIDAV. tn
Apri. at I B) P
I that Ihty ana> <
> tot the Orneral Meetinc
M 1 s-an
IrttUtlMM and the complealnn
i, (-an be obtained from your
it or E. JaBwann A Co Prince
William Henry Strorl. AgniU Id"
<-|l(K>KKA I^IIOnATORJXS I'hone >B:
l^tween t and I a.m. I m-+t
rtmjlANT43 centa 1
II cenli par lb. at C. H*
aaajat, Cili.
I.> Advert i*i
In the S
' rewarded. Plaai
I Urpt (
WEYMOUTH CLUB
NOTICE
BfcudVra are hereb* remlndad ol Ui
AnKal Genera, Meeting which lake,
paaae tn.hi PrWa] 4'-. April l**l
; 4* M The Rnrd MemnflaL JMpaa
I- O
WBl.TBHtRa,
Sretv
It 13 In
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
i*
UBUor. I
ion m il Srum. Mall
t a board a-id ah
___Cilehlr,*! A .- i ...
La He. C!1>
-Doted U -i and da' of April. IBU
tall A TALMA tan.
: rnr.DKnirK MUrtreTiJ .
Idh lo he ImU
.
day the liUi aVv ol April. IBU ji
II o'cloaB. -i.
II A
I
4 4 Id In
PWOTTa-TWCB are
from C lohnaon A to ii
inn> Mrnr- Btreet AfenU for!
hb. r Co I'hone Mr I betweer. !
in 14 UAn I
TAKE NOTICE
MORNING MIST
Thai tmHRY W PlEABODT ____
AFRICA ipROPMETAIIVi I MTTBD. a
rmpanv incorporated and riiatlnr unde'
I'..- United llablllt* laws of the Union
of Month Africa whose trade or busl-
naaa aadiaaa la Argua Cnamhen. >.
ii it. ft Street Cape Town. South Africa.
liKii". has appllad for the regatta -
iton of a trade rnark in Part "A" of
'Ir fitter In respect Of canned fnilla.
ftah. dried fruit, eryrtalllaed fruit.
( -^r-e
\ Dtnorulnra. Oil Paintlnl
------ [lure* Planti
......
BtMtri I rsrdBuj tswim C. JaMuUe and Fatdlnf.
Vrrandah Chairs Oo Cart.
Preei Coal Blove. Linen. L
P. t;ardawi Tdota and
I M
Bale )l M otldttL Tmr. CABMl
is!; WKI I; TROTHAN A CO..
\ 11 > 11 i -. r
4 4 Jr.
^ IH-Month Sentence
llret referred fc. the dut irf
IVnaavutKin to prsrve their caee be-
n*nd aal resiKtiishle danibt and aaid
lhat it waa not bsvauaa a man hap-
pened it. he i-haided lhat he ne-
ressmtilv ww guilts of the rrime
(-iVTRmtTftd It waa for them to de-
Mi- Lordahlp the Chief Juitlcv
Hn Allan Collymore acntenced
."t-nanut aeller Samuel Alleyne of
Weston. 8t. James who was found
KUllW earlier In the BfBlond, of
IBM the wimesBs, for the i^**"**"11 '^P"*.^*}""*!
I re*, hed that -tandard hou": ."* "***,ln *19?. ' lS
hai ih.- nld h.vr (-.rfe.t cm- 'nonth- Imprtannrnent with hard
them 50U\. Al7n'' hd two previou.
ted mi! thai while Far- t-onvietlon. for petty larceny.
Irs had aa(d that he had reft the
rMHtaa lo go and tell a nelghboui Seventeen-year-old F1U Gerald
id had left Huihnd5 outside the Hayntd of HagRall Hall who
xtse and returned and found him pleBded guilty earlier in the ses-
iU outside. Husbands had said slop* to Indecent assault and who
.at when she left, he wen! into had been given a good character
he hou-*- and she returned and by the Probation Officer was put
found him In the house Again on probation for 18 months.
-MIIOil 1 BIHTMAMtTON 4NII
AMBTBBUAM
* WUJ*M.rTAI> ee. IBad Apr.I IBU
aABLINO TO TBIMIBAB, PABASIAKIMO
ANO BBIIISM ..I 1\N 1
" M COTT1CA on Trh April IBM
S K UONAMIIC on Sth M.>. IffN
SAIIXSl, to UIMIitti till
I BA( 40
M S HECVDA Hat April IBM
S BOSKOOP ITU. April IPK
B P. Mt'tBON. SON A CO LID
Assaaa.
llfaUBM PAYS BtSI
N^< ---a s. K.m an1 Peeo-
'! o*il> ,.r Ml Vincent Maihn.
....
tafBV 'CACTOrTf; nsO.
I'AlllllP. win .rcept Cargo and
Fwaaangers lo. St Luata,
and At ib-. m
for St Vm.-i
MB |: M
The MV DAMhixili" will
arcopi Canto and rnn|> l
*t l^aria, Grenada and Ambi. and
BaUUng Wsdns-to%t*Bsd',,,":
The M V CARIBRFX will a-
nomir.kii.
A Sa|
"" *-lBai Wed-
> Sth mat
II. S* ROOMS OWMRA
ASSOCIATION (DM
. (Ml
'e>

Canadian (National Steamnhipri
-in .mini -.n
ADV
CHANCERY SALE
UIV NSXBA1R
< ANAULAN cnUIBJOl
ANAlilAN CONBTRLCTUli
i ajjv MOOKaTY
' ANAU1AN I HAIJ hi. m
-ADV NKLBON ..
i ANA1HAM CMUMSR
t ANAOIAN Curt*THl;c-r1j|1
. AUV--------
19-
>i tm
M Junr
II July
Am,,.,
<
1 Apr.
W Apr
11 Ma>
* Julr
1) Ju).
IS July
ur-srt^ "ill " t ip tor sale al t"r ResTii
3TPre. P\.sllc rhiiMlnaj, IVrldsewva-n. hetwasn II noon and 1 p m for the sum
rd an the da'c ,*-d below It r-t then .old. It will be act np on sach
n.eeadks, Priday ai the anmr place and during the same hour, until sold Full
Parlsrulara on appltreltan to me.
DMendani JOHN WPJUJ-y roa.1.
Pi.inl ft FDWIN IJX BILL
rHOPMITY All thai rertaln puce ... parrel ol land altuatr at Btrwarta Hill In
Ihe pariah of Bt. John and lalend of Barbados aroae-ald containing
bv pdnteaaursnu-nl one aeie ahd laant two puchr. Abutling anl
bounding on 1he wnth on lamia r-r Mouni Plsasant Plantation on
Um North and on the West on land- of Mr. B 1- Barrow and on
the Bait on lands now or late of Mr John Weatherhead or however
else the same ma* abut and bound Together wilh Ihe minus or
rlW*lllngno.us- snd all snd insular other the building, and erection.
thereon erected ;mu bulli .landing and being with th- appur-
Bra.,
U Apr
a Jui>
u J... .
SB Ju. .
MIBTBBOI Mi
l-.N CRUMOEH 7 Apr Si Apr
: AUY IIUI.M.V U Api
I ADY NBLeVON ia Ms
i its t-HUkSEH *4 May IB Ma>
ANAULAN
oHTRUCTOK t juns IS June J.i. | 11 asjaj
iuv RODsrsrt .. CANADIAN
1 AIJJCNOBJI .. S3 June Bf Jin.
AHT NTBajBoM .. a Sub a j
>N CXUBSaBl .. 14 July IB Jul.'
i ANADIAf.
.INSTRUCTOR M July M J,.l,
ADY BH| .. 1 Aug. f Auf
Arrl.-.
a I i-l...
14 Ap,
BB BBBjj
Aug
1 Ap,
g Bn
a M-,
Jun.
IB Jul)
II Jun-
ta Jun.
1 JUI>
11 Jul<
II J
a a
i ]-.
wd BBSBH
' \K TVRES We now offer
lor sale in on* .tore th* famous Good-
TSor Lorry and Paaaangsr Car Tyrss-
We will put Ihem on *our csr or lorry
free K R HUNTS; A Co LU Lr
Broad St Dial MM
M*B> -BB.
(.UlllllU A DAHLIA
lafean for Gladioli and Dahlias
hi dstlveey in Dscrmber IBU. parties
booNIng plaaa? phone 4441.
Gedlea Qrant. Ltd IB 1 5t- 14n
WHAT THEY SAY
1 -," r t .v or rent i

JVST RKCBITTJD Valor Btovs part*.
:.Hnf Chrmneya *jpesaderi. Otld
1 Plslea Wick*, and Oven* Also
Stove parU Enquire Auto T rt
i. Trafalgar > Spry BUeet.
M M I S4 t f n.
OIL- Th* world* Basat motor
'irdol. at all leading Oarage* and Bar.
.r vehlels dassrve* the ne-l
T">I. '7~md -hei-'.'i hue caia
17 1 M it
sa Ingredient. In
illtled to re.M.r
lonth from the lnd
t snd win be
n m. Mis* ons
of April. 1BBI.
neaa Bins persitn anan in the nican-
i' give nollte In duplicate to ms al
v ohVe of i.ppualUon of such regli-
ation The trade mark can be Been
> application at ire- sSBee
Dale-l iliia BHh day of March ISM
II WILLIAMS.
Regotrar of Trade MarKi
TAKE NOTICE
PINNACLE
Thai HENRY W PKABODY SOUTH
APR1CA PROPRITTAR* I.1M1TXD. a
Company incorporsled snd *"tinf under
the limited liability las* of the Union
of South Africa wi.<*r trad* or buM-
. > address la Ana Chambers. > .
'"hureh Sir eel Cape Town. Bo-ith Afrscs.
l.aa applied lor the reassm.
i. ,.l.
Sore Mouth
'Of* Bloody Teeth
rrhss. Trench Mc
n*i Bad Ciaai U
Istar cause your t
___bleeding 1..
. ! aors moulh and qalrkli 11*
' "'1 Y"v|h lr"n
*".]|iKiiul make your nmuili
and Bars your teeth or mo". bs
in rsturn of empty i.a-k.f.- i
AmaBsn rn^m ...in rh.mn- i
Th* guarantee BtL.tr- la >uu
Unguentine
Relieves pain of
Jl.ST TO KK.VI.W YOU ...
when you purchase from
fK.xm.M. aTMMOJVM
Our Motor Van Delivers the Goods at Your Door.
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad A l mint Streeta
..... ......... ..,.-. -^^,->-ve^^'^^,e.'V^^I
Fsc fsurtber particulsra. aavir as
GARDINER AUSTIN &
CO^ LTD.-/V....U.
WW<-//.V,'/aV/,v/,v,-,v//,.,y/>
I
r ..i- .,.
* I UKJPJIATOROw* II
Csfoaspg oil Retriger'itor. 4 cu
.. I. perlett working si
WrUiT. Barn
. t
I LSI-
l
f.- gggBBBBl
We are .ae Ihl* lady onlv eatced
al hundreds of StBsr
FURNISH TO-n \\
!hf Mon-v Sd|Wiy
L-l'ANsXLCll snd othei

kd(. asr
Van i He. srlth Van.
- WsTd.obes and Urea.
I.IIft'OK LICENSE NOTICE
HAN-IK AVU KrMOt M.
The apv.li.ati..., of Dallas Marshall of
a purehsssT
I liquor License No. t of IBM framed
WU-." Orsen In respect of a Board
rd Oslvanee) shew aMuatsd .1 Pllgrinsa
ove soid
Jcmse lo a Board and tiahanited
>.p rilualed ai Well lluae. St Philip.
nd lo use it al iuch laat described
' BBjBJBJ
\-.'A ISM
iSgd GOItDON niiiWNX.
Applicant.
HAItfTH Kaq
- U DM
H II Thl. sppllcil'.m will he c
Idered at a LatsnUng Court to
We-lnesrl... Ihe- |.
il.nl ISM a\ r.l-ven o'clock a.m.
.'..lice ro.irta. Dial." I
A W .1A HTTP


MAHOGANY.
Sb.e. fi. Dining, Co
wbsr K,-
Id I.. '. . .y
Kitchen an
--------... ... g-fSU*
n plec.a m Mnla
... and llufli, and J
flics Thing* NkW ami
L.S.WILSON
FURNITURE
AUCTION
PRELIMINARY
ANNOUNCEMENT
We are instructed by
Mr. W. D. Chnrlton to dis-
pose of nil his Modern
Furniture and effects at
WHITEHALL FLATS,
Codrinpton Hill. St Michael
at II 30 a.m. on
WEDNESDAY, 9lh April
O
AUCTIONEERS
J ...... M. Iff a.alo..
V CO.
A F S. F V A
ph.oe MM. PUnSatlss. Bsllglsg
Hag later
lam.. Ilah. Ir'rd fr
th,l i ... li :i ^
rsspset of canned fruHa.
crysta. Used fruit,
i ..nd fruit
itie** uaed ai food
.. food, snd will be
entitled to isgl.l-r Bt- aame after one
onlh from the end d*i ol April. IBM.
ileoa SD-ne person shall In the mean-
ine give noli..- In d- y oflk* of opposition of ich rwfHV
* application al nay oBV*
nsa bad* mark t- aeen
DaVMd Hth 4 rd Ustcl |*V
TAKE
SEA
NOTICE
BREEZE
That inarnv w prabooy south
RTABtYi iJMrTKD. a
'iporatad and *ai>ti"g under
tie limned llabilili lawa *jf Uvs Union
of Bdutk Africa whoa* trade or busi-
ness add re. a U Argua Chambers, >
t hnrch Bteeet Cap* Town, nouth Africa.
1 ifra-ten n*. applied for in- resjiatra-
tum m a trade mark bt Part "A" ol
irer-rter In reapNI of canned truR*
.am*. Bah. dried fruM. eryelal1iae.t fruii
Tuil JiOre.. t.uil sq. sabSB. I. jit and I- ill
bsvs.-g... and auliatjfcras uoad a* (oon
or aa ln*,edi.nl, food, and will b.
. mUm t.. lesn.ter the aame alter on.
'nasafB from Ihe Snd ds> ol April IMj
-usss aom* person ahsll in Ihe mean
i m*> jive notice in duplicate to ms -1
Bare of oppoallion of .uch tsafj.
Th* trade mark ran be e**'
i i orlite
day *f March IBM
H WILLiA-tts.
Of Trad* U.fi-

m appllci...
DaBM Ih -
FOR SALE
I \ \4 II III I.f.
111. Avenue. Belleville
\n attractive and well proportioned 2 storey house situated
on a corner Kite of 12,050 sq. feet. Contains 3 galleries (1
tncUaaed), l.ngt* drawing room, dining room, -ttudy. modern
kitchen, t bedroom., garage, etc.
L*i llnurr arrrpted for quick sale, owner going abroad.
IOII.\ >1. III.AIIO.X afk CO.
C'G'TRANSATLANTIOUE
; s.ilinn from Aotrthamptoii to GQadelaupe. M.iriinique.
Barbados Trinidad. La Gualra. (ur.r.o a Jamatea
Phone 1 -1
AKS. K.VA.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Plantation. BaUdlng.
a fsW burn I
aJ thai li aotlMptic "
Rrllr.ti PsiaG1B^
CooJonProBotga I
lag. Tabes Of jars.
TAKE NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE
LANYARD
Tluil IIKNRY W PHABODY SOITN
UltaCA iPRuPRIBTAHYi LaMlTtai. a
rp..rated and esislir.g und.
.i lunllttv U-* of th* Unla
>l SoulB Africa whoae trade or bui
isss addrsaa la, Argua Chambers. 1 .
'hureh Sirse;. Cap* Town. South Africa,
-porter., lie* applied lor the m|'.u-
-iii of a trade mark Hi Part A of
lag Hi in MBpeet of canned fruits.
n .. iuti dried fruit. crysUlbvd fruit.
i ml Juices, fruit fSjuaahc* fruit, and fruit
ilVarssBBI, and aubatence. uead aa food
r aa inmedlenl. In food, and will he
nlllled lo sajfariWr th* aame after one
nontii from the Snd day of April. iffSS.
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TAGE EIGHT
BABBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY AHHI. 4. 152
"i^ Empire Beat
Everton 3-Nil
Know Your Football
I MPIKr* (SimnHUMl^ I; I lop. I; Draytnn I)
KVKRTON ........................
LAWS XVl & XVII
by a a ooivn
) our Football
Problem*
K
>Swrt* t.diUr
Todajr | riwichme mv dl*cu-
*iont of the LAWS OP THE
GAME with a study of the Eat!
two UwaUw wiGoal-Kick
and I-tn Kvii Comer Kick
Goal Kirk
WiH-n the whose of the bull
|M*M>S OVOT th.
db*i thai portion bit won Bw
*I(OMl-po*t.<. Manas' ill tbt .hi .id. having kisi barn
ptayad by .1 memo. 1
loam, it shall be kicked
diict't into pln>. beyond I
... frmn ;i point Within
that half <>f the goal-area. neorc*t
to where it cro
a player of the
A ipmlkepcr shall 1 1
the hall into M
Boal-kirk In on
- kick it Into play, if ii: <
hall is not kicked l
penalty-areo, lh,.t Is, direct Into
DO re-taken.
Trie kicker shall not play U
:...i and Un . hi it h. ><'< ..... '^'""nw un-.-
Dpi itlng thrse
pttl shall "* "' mfrmgc-
not b scored direct from such """i '' thi
kick arid players of the learn ber. the ball has not been kicked
opposing thai of th< until 1' ha* be
lni: the BMl-Mck ehall remain PE1 : ,u.
I bsrita Know
Voui l USSKWU
teen laws of thr

. .1 Idltoi will
I an looi-
ball problems as possible
I iimns.
No protolsggg will bt taken

1 .ak.M no Mi on
. u s,m,[v I dn.,1 lUrludos
Ad vacate.
1 kicked
I
'in infringement
huh 11 Hh regard
CM players
.in Into their opponent
urea a split second befont the
the kick has Urn taken. This also
infringement. They must
r
the kick Is Ix-lng token
There r not much nfustoi
In mv experience artth the Inter
it HpeeL'i-
tors alike of this ml.- Then 1
only one general controversial
point. Some players hold the flow rsfflftglo OVTSIDE until the kick
thai ah (H-en taken.
gool-kiek AIM _
tance away in the penalty area unkshmeul
that they can rush in and cote, II ;. player taking , goal-kick
f h.ivi-aeen ahla sea-..i lum- after
at this ami much cc* hi has passed beyond the penalty-
re.tilted omui lillj ii 1 tpoctab -1'.....u belon 11 ha touched
had volunteered to referee I another player
game In the absenre nt ihe referee who tind been m 1 nded 10 the opposing learn to
detained. The-te players got d ken from the p|a>
with it but I am sure an official Ihe Infringement oeeui
It is the duty of the refrrew t"
Cual-kJcks are properly
taken within iiuit half of the
goal-area neareal the point where
went out.
(-nrnwr Kick
WiMii Hi.- *wle of tnt- bull
n 1 the rool-line, exclu-
ding thiit iiorUon lietweeu the*
in tlK- air or
on the ground, having laal been
aped bv one of the defndiin!
n. a member of the attacking
..II take a kick from
within the quarter circle at the
nearest corner-flaK puet, which
mutt not be removed, i.e. *
forner-kick
A goal may be scored direct

learn opposing thai of the player
taking the comer-kick shall not
ithin ten vaids of the
ban until d is fn play, l.e. 11 has
Uat .ii.-.tam.- of iu own
nee, nor shall vte
kiiker play the ball a second time
until it has been touched or
plggwd by another player.
!'i mi. I, in c nl
I infrlngeincn'. of this law
in mini.-. \ fn-. -ki. r. -hall lie
..warded to the opposing team, to
I-.- taken from the place where
the infringement i-i-i. ''i
The- corner llag-.-talT nius: not
bo iTmoveti when ,1 cnici-klcK
H taken
I must emphasise at this point
thnt if a player take* a eorner-
kuk Ud the ball re-bounds to
him after striking ihe goal-post.
NOT play it again until
ii n., 1..., 11 |,l...,d by .mother
player.
Iteferees too can aasiat In
ensuring trait a comer-kick u
taken by refusing to
flow K to b.- Uken while any
opponent is within ten yards of
ififi ball.
3
I
EMPIRE playing a much improved name defeated
Everton thre*nil in their return First Division F match at Kensington Oval yesterday afternoon. A larg
crowd watched the game and saw the Empire plaveis
combine well in the aecomt half ol play.
BiF&.fWug-u
Mope while Drayton at inside
right scored the first goal of! a
n the early part of the
first half Veteran Recce in goal
for Everton proved to be tough
opponent, and in both halves he
iiisplaved clever anticipation.
Thr two Everton full ba.
Weekes and Simpson played a goon 'fort-
game but in the second half. Ihe l;<'""' '' "" 'hrough elevei
Everton defence went to ploct
Robinson in goal for Empire w
sound and Grant, Smith All. -
and Drayton paved the
the victory.
The game started with Empi
g for Empire. Iteece made

HM. With one goal to the
Empire never slackened and half
time found the score unchanged
After the resumption Empire
gain piled up the pregewro bat

nii-
f 1

10 score
the left oorner of the
Two nunutas altar, Hope
right wing ruccoadod in htlM
tBy a tarreapandanl).
LONDON
The Grand National, toughest
of all norse races, is once- again
at band. Tomorrow, fifty picked
horsae will engage in a teat of
speed. stamina and lumping;
abittly over four and a half
miles of the most a&gsjtjgjfl
course in the world.
Watched by thousands, vary-
i"K from the lop-hatted punier
Who taki .< fortune to (he ^.,
11-king .. slnlliiut each way, the
National Is rightly 1 laligjog the
greatest steeple-chase race m
the world.
Today's race is a far cry from
that day m 1792. when three
crack gentlemen riders raocd
cross-country from Baikbv Holt,
in Leicestershire to IHili Coplow four mile, dnalant
an.1 I1..1 k again. Tk it
though small, was hist..
the event Sron by Mi. May.
.wli. SOB of the famous Quo'rii
kiaster was the Urst rocordeit
steeplechase in Britain, the vMr-
lain-raisei' to the National Hunt
racing of to-day.
Eighteen years later, In lHid,
some 40,000 sportsmen floaked to
Bedford to watch anolhe- hls%
the drat ateeple-
chase run over n prepar-d
circuit. By modern standprna,
tAe COWS* waa easy, tikfi'
jumps had to be cleared, each 40.
6 ma high. Much tougher was
the affair held at Roscommon in
1|U, when a steeple-chase wao
staged over 8-mlle circuit Inter-
sected by wide ditches and six
stone walls.
In 1830. the army took a atop
in popularising the sport, when
Ute Guards officers rode
in a Regimental steeplechase at
St. Albans, this led to
aataaWga basng held in ,nary
uther parts of the country.
1816 was a milestone in
National Hunt racing. For the
first lime, a meeting was held at
the little known village of Aiu-
tree near Liverpool. Three
later
was
then known
pool Steeplechase. The lour, gdtUng at n
defending the nmihein end of the Recce who ,a as the
pilch and from the timch off Em- winger was alone on the ball wilh
t.ire was pressing. Olton at centre- The hope of intercepting rum. Hope
forward for Kv.n. ,, tested Robin- kicked lhi 1. .n int. ihe 1. f. corner
yn about two minutes -fie! pi .* f | Empire two up
had Started but Robinson anUeJ- Thr gmf In-jmc fsili-i
paSs^ndeovod Empire lorw..ids were plnvmg
A forward movement caused together well. FiVi
J Simmond* was k*1""" in the third
ready * score. Reeee n.,i-ni 1
tho ball from DM
and kicked it midfUMn
nrith tin
The t<
The game ended
score at three nil.
were:
Empire: Robinson, Grunt, Smith,
p.- from Allen, ;,... ^SSSui'VS^ !
ifter Norville
iving
kicked the ball across thi 1
!oal area and Daniel the right
alf back in trying to kick the b di.
handled 11 in his area thus causim;
Referee QraflBm to award a
penalty kick.
Hi ay ton, Simmonds. Taylor and
Norville.
Kvertaa: Heeee. Wreke^. Simp-
ttpepper, Danioi 11 ..
Holder. Sealy. Olion, Haynes and
The referee was Mr. O. Graham.
Students Receive Certifieat
es
Let your
ftoogf page 3
ii liieved. Wo hav
the first Grand National to give acadfmi
there though a w,. nnlahca, bat we "have" abo" Tried
Human Rtlrtlfmililiw. PunM.
Wh.lso-
...- si,-,;. "2da,JSSS "v" w* "and m""",h
ith ail your 1
The (Ollowil
light."
ved certifl-
e^nted by Mrs
First Inter-School
Girls Sports Planned
By CALVIN All I \\l
AND now iiltii magi |H'n|ile Imvi- un VgaUl bfJaal HOtl
din their heads and agreeing with tonviction that it would
be a good idea, headmistresses and ga e* mlgtrt
the Government aided schouin have k"' Ingot haw and
ed to Itaggj Uftt lirsl (inls1 tliter-gchoo] Sporta, possibly 0,1
May 16. The only worry lor the headmist'osaes now is
securing grounds, preferably Kensington.
Inter-school boys' sporU atgaaBa l-.dge won Uie 880, Lloyd came a
over years and there has a!way.< good second despite his stopping a
been the keenest rivalry, and now very abort whtta to assist the Col-
for the first Girl-' Intei-school ksgO best for whom the pace had
YACHTING
In the Seventh H It Y C. Re-
Kntta which will be sailed in Car-
lisle Bay to-morrow. "B" Class
l*i*ls laap. Rain bird out Slnbad
will start at 2. p.m. (Yellow-
nag) instead of at 2 45 p.m. as
appeared In yesterdsv's Advocate.
Imp, Mlnbad and Ralabtrg wilt
eeatve two mlnutei from Harrt-
cane, the scratch boat of the CTairt
^fSSUS? "*cnVon. one fac' Iba' *as verv hOf routes along roads r bridlepath hearteuuig to ,, ..,, BourneFirst Haas eartl&nti
o, -voiding jum,*, by opOOing this point. ri for ^on,, piacr7n cour-
conveiiient Rates. At the last lecture in Group and I*,,,,- ,| best representa-
Today, the 4| mile course con- Organisation it was proposed vol- w vtudent.
aisu of two laps of the Alntrce untar^y and carried, that tiM S Tharnlo* First class certltlcati-.
circuit, and 30 obstacles have U> students continue tu meet and pr"* ,or tn,r<* P1"*^ n '<>uj
be cleared. luncUon as the Homenuker's Club E "Mtgallfirst euaas cartLftsaSal
As always Ireland Is well meeting once monthly to roonri itf"* ("r ,hi"1 uluce in course
lepresentcd, but this year's cftal- progress ,,nd solicit helu wh^re J BroomcFirst class certificate
lenge from the Emerai Isle U by needed. l'rl7r for the best demonstrauon
borsoi little known in Britain. it haa baon full an.i ,.,.. '" Baby Care.
rut favour MU. ho.no backer. u2S STworVL & L ,Z~ "X' p,l".,or "1 ,n0" V'
.or ,,, JSLKTil-bJS-i^SS., '8Z3S c,ss ^.
he not loo distant prize for the most helpful stu-
raai
sports, the girls are itching to be
on the Brack and they arc already
trying to feel out and assess Their
rival school ;tlili-l.
And after all. this rest is plaus-
got too hot. Everybody knew too
that Lodge's Inniss would have
won the I no and 220 sprints. And
the boys know that certain good
. no have not left school
Ibie bee..use the llrst winners ol "dl again put up a good showing
the Girls' Inter-school sports will But In this Glrlsr Inter-school
TABLE TENNIS
i'lir id-tin r. Matches of the La-
i.i-s Inter-Club Table Tennis flx-
luros will l>e con tinned at the
Y M (A Naval Hall to-nighl.
The games are as follows
College vs. Lenvdle^
0.SO p in.
Y WC.A. vs. llarna-730 p m.
YW.P.C. vs Adeiphl gJe
k, that although he won the 1 j,opc that
Irish National over three and a fuUire ihv courses might be"of
fSJWSk t*-^' f*aa.SBS
fry tired. E. GoodmanFirst class certifl-
All gained Certificate* eate
IS llrst clasi ranging from 01 i A. Young First class certificate.
C. WaleotrFirst class certificate.
prfze for being the most out-
2%.
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Besides ley Cairn there an
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Hamster (1M) and Domlakk's
Bar (I9S0;.
Hamster is < reu urkablc ontij.
I'.ii';
B second class, raoguig Iron
.age U
The schools to take part are
Queen's College. St. Michael's
Foundation anil Alegandra. Mrs
WOaaaaV Queen s College's game-
mistress tld me Drpendlng on
Ihe sueress of their venture, the.'
will consider allowing other girls'
schools to enter.
Usual Divisions
The divisions are the usual divi-
sionsunder 12. 12 to h 14 ti
and over 18. and the ports wrUI b<
purely athletic. Perhaps It may
Ports, 'hen Is DO knowing
other girl's capabilities and there
will I* man.v surprises. They are
in tin- d.irk im. because previously
ihc> have not bei n keeping titnos
and records Abo the. Ml he
..a | bigger bran
A Stimulus
Fin ihe girls, assurance thnt
then frill be sports, has acted as a
stimulus and one may add that it
haa also acted as a stimulus tu wo*
men spurts in Barbados as a whole.
On evenings you will sec them
i needless to say purely athlc- training Some Queen's College
tic but you will remember that ...
their own sports, girls include
events of skill such as the Egg and
Spoon race nnd the Potato race
but there will be
the lnter-srhool sports
The lassjast
:.l I ll.UI
grounds whe
checking up <
As to possible winners, well
Harrison College
they have been
their times,
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Court or i.r.1,1,1
10 M .in
Annual Meeting. Barbados
Nurses' Association. Gen-
eral lloapltal 4.M p.m.
Football. Quern's Park
5.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema. Checker
Hall Plantation. St. Lor>
7.10 past.
Police Bang Concert, Hast-
ings Racks 8.00 p.m.
senior girls will Ik- the 220 vanl-
As St. Michael's is the < <
rtth i sand pit. there win be r*
Long Jump event.
The girls will deplore the tact
that there \ ill i .
the case in the Boys' sports. Then
will only be points and a trophv
for the champion school.
An intriguing thing thnt Is mak-
ing the girls train seriously Is tlun
thOJ ban Uttig IdM of their op
ponenls potenUgUttee In Boy-
sports, a school gets to know thi
standard of their rivals For in-
stance, it did not take the lehoo
boys until spoils day to kno*J th
Lloyd from Found:iti
tiave won the 440 and H I
800 in record time iwstdes, at the
list sporls. Why. everybody km
that last year when Cdasgow fron
n..|i-i r.. n vil I^IIV
sued event ll ,. ,. tll ;i(|nut ,,,.,, ,hc nBtm w(n
be reduced to a tussle between
fr th" Qll nnd St. Michael's
because of their numbers. Qm
ill have o slight ad van-
tnge In theli -enior division as
limit is slightly higher
Vet their senior girls will be
studying for examinations and this
balances down the advantage
The only snag to nil this is that
thero is trouble about getting
thai woulil W most mn-
M-tui-tit foi tiLikinn the sports pay
ton. Any-
how the headmistresses and gamev
mistresses have not given up hope
thai tboj mill bo tblo to persuade
- Kensington that
girls sports should be oDcouragoa.
IU bt to ask the
headmaster ot Harriacm College or
CosnbcTroore to hbh) then th>
".rounds, but ns Mrs Wuttcm snld.
Thai uouUi bg just too bad."
WEATHER REPORT
VEHTCRDAY
i:.infill from Codrlnglon
ill.
Total rainfall lor manth to
dale : .02 Ins.
Ilighcol Temperature: gg.5
Lowest Temperature: :. l
Wing Vrlorlly 14 mile* per
beur
Barometer (0. a.m.| 29 991
(3 p.m.) 29.92S
TO-DAY
sunrlae : ..:.;. a.m.
'II -: I -. I .' 1. in
Moan: 1st Qoarler. Apl. ".
I i,: in.n;: : 6.30 p m.
High Tide I ItO a.m.. 11.47
Low Tide : 0.19 s.sa.. 7.0J
la nearly tour years he has_rui> Hmweei-aft Centre has been serv-
In two races and VfM unplaced, .ng a most useful purpose and has
Prior to that he occomplkshed he .^n mn% p lh h\Sir>
Stordshlng feat of winning the During The past x
KilsUr Hurdle Handicap, tha irft open far too lorur
Iruui Grand National and the The day and evening classes in
Word Union Hunt, within a nil branches of Dome-t;
space of three and a half weeks, started by Miss Parry and con-
Royal Tan is one of tin* most tlnued by Miss Ivy Allcyne. h.is
fancied horses. This is nut sur- boon most ably carried on. and
prising. I" last year's race enly have proved to be of great prac-
he and the wUinor Nickel Com '1 value to the women of Bar-
completed the course without hados and through them good
falling. Thus his staying power '"ecu will become increasingly
cannot be doubted. This year. a"""* aB ''me goes on.
too. Royal Tsn has shown good The course for instructorii which
form. He won the NaUonal ggLJP*J"^**?**^*." >ar-
Hunt H-nduap m convlncmg fSlfalSFiS-c& firfflS
improve your own knowledge nnd
methods, but you will now return
to your schools and clubs and pass
on to others what you have
learned here
We are relying on vou to teach
them, lust as thoroughly and con-
*it-|i j.TiiHislv ... M|| BSVYl Miin-
selves been taught here, so that
you will bring credit to the House-
era ft Centre, and the purpose of
Tin- .ther winner is Russnui the Instructors' Cours of spread-
Until recently. Freebooter, one
..f the only two previous wui-
ners. was firm favourite. Then
unning In the Gold Cup, he gall.
So did his popularity with the
liackers. Too much importance
should not be attached to hid
bold Cup running, however, ag
he is seldom seen at his best on
Cheltenham course
Ing Improved Domestic Science
methods to the many, through the
elected few, will be fulfilled
Hero, lie was perhaps tho im-
kiekie it horse In wM year
fiasco. Until brought down M
the ilflacnth jump, he was going
well, and looked all set to add
to bis 1949 success. His form notoriously unkind to favourites,
this vear has not been impres- It would not be In the least sur-
sive, "but his experience In pre- prising if the 1952 winner came
vlous Nationals should stand Irom one of the less fancied en-
him in good stead. tries. Of these none looks better
The National. however. Is than Brown Jack 111
standing entertain
i. /tiurj Pint i .i rtlfl-
cnte. prire for ocing the most
enthusiastic student.
D. Clarke -Second class certificate
Mirijiieriie Ki'o; Second clasv
certificate.
F Benskin Second class certifi-
cate.
V. RockSecond class ccrtuicatc
elass certificate.
K. .SmallSeconn class certificate
prize for best >ewing.
M. GibbsSecond class certificate
hfr f plaslgi Bocond clog* cer-
tllicate. prize for bring the keen-
e-t student
OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING
THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS
BUT
THERE IS ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH
RESPECT TO THE
HIGH QUALITY OF
>lAl I I I MADE SVm
BANCE
at
THE BARBADOS
AQUATIC CLUB
NATI'RI.AY. M-RII. STH
9.M P.M.
tm LMH .Ml Vi.ilint
MenMT.
Mr. C Clirwrn'r.
'! I .', |
(So Vilr.i.-.i.iii Char.r
U> ll. 11 r......i)
^ 4 52Sn.
They'll Do It Evei y Time .....- By Jimmy Hatlo
SOPOIWSd
16 STILL STUCK
UVtYBE IF r JUST
NT OJT ^.7 VX>
MM rPUKE TO
MttPMM-BirrcJ
taaxTA My
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WITH THE NefiM&JR
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THmx mo a nPcm
|fi TMB HATIO MX ID
3ARHO- LOG*^,
sMe&ww^T^u..
MISSED THE
you
will soon
be able
to get a
lift with
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The Finest Boer Browed Anywhere"
" yuuMLcdbf files 'A
on SSUBM <&uts
hove evsMfihinq
9 need in Cloihti."
ll.. Shin
by Consulate in
pleasing pastela.
fta H>l(
by Eldonia in fine
leatherclip fastening.
Thr Murks
by Bice's in ttil
ored Gabardine.
Woollen Hose by
Morleyshort,
elastic tops.
C. B. Rice
I- ^- M.-rrliiinl
f* f (,t, I uilors
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mm ESTABLISHED 1895 Tories Survive By Ten Votes Socialists Make Bid To Weaken New Govl. LONDON Arouseu .me within ten votes of delecting. Conservatives in the Commons. It was the I narrowest margin since tinnew Parliament began five montt Cl .its cam* in succeai Socialist %  wndnw li aimed at weakening inC HIV** i H National Hattn Bill. Clueeii vole ffM 279 to 26. — — Conservatives hold an overall I majority of 16 *hlch often II-,., C„,-,,„.. HSSU 1 "'" '""** f % %  *'"• 3ftHS8tcr Tonight vole was one rela4 Jilr^Ce^L: lively inmo. question and would /IUUI COOT h not have meant non-confidence ___ %  r *-*. enl was intended to I, Sllldolil. put a time limit April 1, ISM •U• ulllUI I1I on charges for national health serj !" 3fi n I D | S-tng--. -. | The Government say* that ttx SS.i ?iS" ry '! t M,f the |P ; in> Leader. Jamaica, addressed %  nanrial dinVuttlae of the countn try Conservatives opposed It lwt lhe counv a „„, .. .saying th-t condition.* in IBM tr morning not known now, The Socialist* failed in unl effort to block the charges but I tried to weaken the Bill with. %  imenrtmenU. They have accused the uevornnwnt of trying to deal! a MOW to the entire health service •chetiiihitroducod bv the. %  Under lhe service now, people get medical care without charge and false teeth and eve-glares at ;>ncc. Th* Mw Hill wottM add rnnaU' I tn defray port. %  —tr.r. The I! oat I Is Rocky— Juliana WASHINGTON April 3 QtMOtl Juliana of if. lands told a cheering that if the nations worn -.. k u.r and develop confidence in onOanother, peace %  poor world" Hut the Queen. b*g* on a three-week tour to thunk thr United St.-.t. fa B M lt nM given her country, warned th,.' ••< oeacm> be rocky. She said that Congress fees* a partfcularlv tough lob "M a n kind in Hi distress has to trust largely to your. p incnt for its deliverance This %  ...i th. In' burden of a responsibility nobody will envy you as your decision* have enormous repercussions all through the world," she said. I I' PRTCt FIVE < Irani I ran % %  %  r..id.m.asaa ihe oatrawUnc Paaton %  %  Her fie Bagler hoi id* v. nraanb h eailt ,„ MJ —r.r. Chinese Troops Clash In Ihtrma RANGOON. BunrM April 3. Chinese Nationalist and Communist troops cl.'ishc.l Dggl the Burma-China border Thursdav Wftb the rci>orted loss of 30 Communists killed. Full details are lacking but reports said the action took place two miles inside Burmese territory. It tias been reported that one Nationalist officer and ten men were captured bv Communists. VI' COAL STRIKE/IS CLAIM IS PER CUM i\t'Ri:\>h SAARHHUCKEN. April 3. About 70.000 Saar coal miners went on a 24-hour strike foi lusher wantl! faj the secon.l such wolkout In two months in n •'Ton to wm %  15 per cent. knankgasj 1'nton officials said that %  plkotri was a warning to a mixed Saar French Commission whioh lg considering whether wages in French administered Saar Mines can be kept at a lower level than in France French Managers have rejected %  mediators proposal for ; %  five per tent wage increase in Saar MM..—r.r lien. IK SWl.MIK ngSter .--poke on the mu.% %  lecture in Jai functions of the Social Welfai | in Jamaica and the r I nion oHUials anJ i ons can play ,i OCak development g| tl c Cgrtbbbaaui area H. Id the Advocate that I* WM very improved with Ihe stl i really appre< opportunity to t ilkinn to the men %  .ere in the posilion of ucn a "jreat contributl'n to the West Indies. Scout Broadcast iMitldy bioadcast ov< RedlffusicHi is scheduled to tak place lonmht when officers -f the Association will discuss Bol a-Job Week Boh-.,-.lob WYek | „ n annu .1 •vent EM Jcouta.wnon -hey offer BTt ices to Ttouseholders ai.d "Lhe ahlllinj;" to su[>port the Movement. D and t'( .HI piewnl • withdrawal of i r..i. warn todoanv%  Mi.uld preludlie the %  nd fi.fii 1 ..' noted mfJUll handing ovi ol II M to It-h %  the praaont division II the enF.O.B.A. HOLD *IEETT]\G in of the Foundation will conU nftg an nthleti B A.A Sports .it their meeting at Foundalu r School to-night. I DCGDOII dl also re%  pen of Kttvtuw f... UM I...-T .r., r nncl fix u pronnunnie for ihp ensuing year. County Councils To Be Chosen In U.K. LONDON. April 3. A week of local elections which started In Britain today will Ix the first test of strength betwetr. Ive and labour Ince Winston Churchill'. forces won last Octobwis icneta, llai tton i ml t<> tha poUj m Lon1.1 other counties U> pick Count) (MIIII.II, t„ replace uSote IBM. Bbrtj two other Councils will be chosen |n othei parts of England and Wales during the rest of the week of voting From 'indpoint ratln London : %  | national iueagnrt m rstaroy MidM .., m lhe Ht-Ul usuos KM in)( and scliools. — U.F, Taft Seeks Four In A Row Samatoi RotMfi Tat Illinois on Thursday ha -in n nd Tat i four m a row He WM fold victory \eatorday i Iwgin a thrge days" gwi Tuesday. "1 think imat, sard. Panama Sliij'Liable To 110,000 Fine HONGKONG April I. The Panamanian Consulate in an official announcement Thtr;day said any ship Bring the a*ariima flag trading with Coggagui.-I China, would be liable to ilno of up to 10,000 u.s dollar^ lam. Mario E Guillen. I'-namau.i Consul General here aaid he h., received instruction* from Go.ermnonl to "investigate" all iported caaea of ships flying the Psaamanign Bag in Comgaunist ports aud impose fines I] 'in port* are true. He said that about ten •dups are iwiw believed to be pljuis the China coast althougli none of ihem have been to Hong Kong recently and are appareskU aot calling here last year Guillen threat oc l to cancel the registration of any ship calling at !lotig Kong 1/ tin vessel was found to be callfcg .it Chinese Communist p.irts.-^.r.. 2.00() Red Troops Killed SAIGON. April i The steel ring around the trapsti pocket of Communist IU % %  anctreled by Fn-n.h t'nlrm t< tiKhtened on Thursday as Fr v '. Headquarters announced that >v .2.000 Red troops had bean keratlnn "Mc cury" which was started aner 1 days ago by Framo VIetnai to clean out Rebel troop Thai Binh and the Ma miles from Huiioi ronUnv Durablyas Freneh Union troi. reduced the pocket French naval units at the mo.ith of the Son Tralv Hivei took a ntunDfl* of Vletmtnh prl the Ninth Glang area, 40 miles southeast of Hanoi. en| i between French troops accoiutted for 20 killed nnr! \r, taken prisoner among Vletmtnh troops Fair Chance CAIRO. Api 3. s.lib Hen Vou.HM'l Secretary of the Tunlslai alut Party said in an IOt vie thai there was a "fnii ngf thai the ma)ontv .rf t| M ("ruVi irataOgU Security Couiuil would .upport Tunisian indepen, ence demand*. Ymissef, wh,. h .mother formei Tunislnn Cabttjai iieml-er from Paris to .void .rrr %  ..id P.iki-tai. Id,.i jn Chile v ,. with Tunisia and added thai Nationalist China had lodhateii iitj/,1 i uke. ssaj %  Ixick Tunisian demands or hi abstain. He said th. %  %  %  %  %  UM Arab itatw mm %  pw %  •; I ild TunlslaH case. He said Spap as approaching Braul fo support _u.r. NEW YORK April 3 .en by h make tl will be i ,; Tafl Me will bv op| Hart u' Minnesota whom T..<\\ H %  'In Wm-onttiI leiuk v 1.1 showed him what Ihey thought f jhim Hmv.vei Tafl sa n ihe Nebraska Prlniim i was more signilicant because il | involved a writing campaign i which was the method chosen by the Eisenhower forces" Most observers were inclined to agree He picked up IS of Nebraska's delegates to score the first writing victory over Eisenhower In WIslonsin he won 24 of the state's 30 .delegates and the Tennessee Baonventtofl *uted him 111 20 Double .Virluty On the Democratic M Istea Kcfauvci wen .i double MC U I v. In and Nebraska In Nebraska Kefauvcr won a \ i< lory over Senator Robert Kerr of Oklahoma -one of the moot | %  lnently mentioned candidates for Demo.-1 itlc nomination after the wllhdiaw.il of Truman from the race The Taft forces were jubilant. The Ohio Senator haBBMll hailed th.m as "substantial vi torles" which will "help my cau>e throughout the nation very greati> TM Fi-.nhower forces on the Other hand pointed to the romhlne.1 Wbcomnu vote for Stasten and lOovernor Earl Warren of C.lifornln which to|i|->d Toft's They <,.,l>d i|t ml .1 rUoti —I'P KLPHIIHBNTATtVCH ol tlir Hi ;\oani Econnm. filendly i-ht autaldr %  %  OOM aftai i %  asalefl yeaierd j gceu left to T in lit iu Ui* Plch ic ire Hon. K R llu.Hc iRdom. IIi r L. Walrott iB'dosi. Hen V C Slid IADU|IUU Hon W J ltt(. v gayus* (at. Vlncoiill Sugar Grows In Nuisnlarifl I iNDOM M .lory progress bg pi iiisir African ofl-ahopt • laatlou The %  •gpti HI September ;i %  e raqua I lhe %  %  .-' lously in. gga ... 1 1 o III be on im beci falj Laboui .n.i %  tail i an told Utat iht a • %  n :,. %  ,; ti.i || SJ %  i Two Hold Up Formation Of Otbinel TUNIS, Apul ] Premier Balah i in'riitue wbioh delayed the forav %  tlon .-f I. C iMnet % %  hllo the snli French tlppoBition pun tl ''.I as pgj t.Klay to an the "TVi-ii-m :i whiah win noil .e Bul Jt UM la I %  to hurriedlv Qtiil aid drove lent II. n %  •as lacking. h Uia 1-niiK DB*I ,l|ll.lll Hi)'. |N pi I %  and two sons and .' d.u fc lilei Infoin %  %  %  i (.. %  .lb WH %  i%  i party i -iliwton * %  i %  Me.mwbile ;iWi Tunisians hav> waasp .'i UM C Kciiitmal l.coiioiiii Cmittee Ends 4th Mwl rHE Regional Bconomu t'uii.iultiaa''ri' < I f< utfh %  llasiiiiiis House, BarbauV. fi In Thursday. ;ini April. 1952 The Mrnn< was held 1 lalrmanship ol the Hon W. H Courtamayi 03.B ol BritiaJi Mondurai. and the following member, 1 AH, III atti nJnnce :— Hon W M Com London U Jai oi ,i % %  >: polii m UM Arab ouai I rth city m Tunisia, fol President Of Oil Corporation Makes "Sunshine Cruise" It was a tfreat thrill lor Mr. Thomas E. Ward when the launch from the Maurriania swung inside the Careen;.(;. %  Mr. Wind who is President of. Oilfield Etjuipment Co Jnr.. New Y h>ggj Barbados in 1910 He Byaa .... |)ir)5 fie was intranait, jusi for the day, as he was yeatci M ^* w *r d wno ,9,12 ind fh K b> his wil %  hV MnareUnU. They spent the da\ looking up old Dr. W. 1 ,-er of the Barbados f.nlf ftarn in I'reMon. Enaland Mr t\^rd now Hiin th. I agtad HUtes. Hell known In the Oil In dutr>. his Company hafurnbhed 'OUipment throuchoMt the warld In IW7 he originated and concluded negotiations which reind development i 'crests of the oilfields of Bahrcn wait in %  %  Petroleum Co.. Ltd.. which completed its first well in Ltd.. which struck ol] Half later if ... divided halt Oulf Oil i thought R in having them here. Public Accountant H'.S A rejlow of !i -rhartered Inatltu:*member of the < Relations, and a~ Fellow of the Royal Ge< ing the war he rendere*! mic controls. L'.OOtt ifQHKLESS AFTER FLOODS CHU A<;<>. AXN u 1 Rampaguii waters fa I %  ouri it-.. %  %  %  %  gnc* WBl declared in Montana %  ithei id reau warned of clogged strcaini n tj ,,., nd mto Iowa and %  worked feverishly to LOOOpoi eri hon hMi lud ihe damage re i the million dollar mark I' r. Nen BoraQuiiiHDif mo DK JANHM'I varfl :t Quintuplets r] Rra/ilian woman Mi. I„h., -. ild Muntn noai •Vi Uurnil •\r llaawas reporti I riving the news of the birth ol Iron four boys and a girl, %  TIB iii..: .ii a*n kri l lable %  .. i .idren tasptota are .1 irflsu old liionn* gu:ia U.oile. M^. < %  T .1 VvctuM and tin tjiiintupU'ls tt llueiio* Alre who i arold in Julv GOVK/t\HL\r SEIZES m:\icw rti. WHOM COmVAN\ SYSTEM RODCICO CITY. April ;i Ti %  M. %  .'int re— %  ti.red limited telephone servi e -ul the cllunlr^ % %  rtrikc bound %  Company ysteni l aawi workers were -til pute %  amally in mOSl n small %  I CO M.guel Alem nraunll '.i"n Mln:i• %  i r i i %  rl %  : for m< n r.f losing ii botnb ..it. mpt on tha Hfi M uroi %  I "ii sine | l II three %  Pollca ul lb) ) iSOUid detain bout 20 i Id I-if%  kg IT. Fiw Hats Go Far A Sail %  % %  < \|i. rUtlM.I-v. Meinbei Mi F I \ -is Hon %  \l Q II..M. II i C B.I Ron K n Muni. Mi E. S S. Rurrowes, Mr a mmauion Con/i n 1 lievelopment which had !.. HI Puerto id. i n Fehrwrj Arisin. ...itgevei. pori oansnogfwealti Cornoilftae discussed %  nippiy problem* including Import Policy. and appointed aaplora U a p %  bility of dnding H aa 4k to meet the exigencies of the Unitng situation mat Eco%  : %  I %  numbers i to thl* Committ.e Mr. G II fl W J Hangover H. i, w H Courtenav. j. B lion l ll BangStei Hon V C Bird, Hon. A aornaa .md Mr. c Beaubriui llrliHh Mondaraa: Membei %  %  l.in.,. Advisers : Mr. J. B lau, Mr. I>. Levy si KiltH-NevIa: Observer Mi Knight. Honlaernt: Membei His Hon %  rworih itt. rr to ktad: Merobar: 11**. A Meinla-i Hoi Hon. C. A. t.rrai.d. Eanwicfi St. I.urla ; Memher .. %  .iiil'iun SI Vincent: Member Hon It Adviser ; Mr. V. D Daaakllea: Member Hon II. > Shillm. t I, C.B 1 Adviser Ion j. iiuih Wladnajd island.: Mr. A Mn.leod Smith SecreUr> M R Nuiilg. M.B.E The Full MasrtUUJ of the Comiiittee wa-. preceded by ,i meetUK Of lhe Rxeculivv Comuotteii S^tuiiln). '.'9th March, ..ml th. \ppointment.N Committee on Sunw>, Pm March Among the item:> discussed at %  iing were the Formnl %  I men t the rUMional Econoti latina %  uttee. %  tba Hon A |apaotnl to ih, Moftll Mi' ..( Com Ai the nimendiitions were made lo the Cmnptrol ler for Development and Welfar" in the West Indiefor the apof Mr. J S Mordecai. PruKlpal \v slant Seen ut ,i %  .oid Mr. ll .1 I Deputy Colonial Secrejai BtrHI Q u, as Asintan; Trade nei m iliu Unitcl Kingdom, both on tec indrnaat from theu ies|h-i live a WH further recommended that the post of Assxt.int Secretary %  ba i.iiI until after Mr. Mordecai had asMimed dots The Coromittaw remould be i. with ihe par" ng ( % %  %  mei.t is msdc to I Trade Commissioner in Ih in' united fUfuadam . %  'Ka* was a vaasffy stay Within f i! ,M .'i I 1 DWIM1 wful %  II,. Inn %  of llkhuig them OUL All du .Mir blown '.IT ;it roughly th • t -< Kissing the vtotorti Bi idgc %  long lb' > bundraa v....i t ifthei 'in in %  1 man telli"K Ins fiiends hr hai It iige. Surprise Dismissal WsUUUNGTON, April ;t ,l J llowaid ., y ... .. %  I %  I tt* wa: f. lined hin ugh J' the e| ( ,se ot bualnes' today The a 1 1 '-r . limaaad two men \l '..wo arffrl %  i .. of i*Vll do-rs. %  i %  .t hag eel the placing ef sg „': s*r !2s,, ci r !',*Jii, \sst written b him wa. published In genees deep slug, of Intrrnattoawl "Oil Forum' a momaJr paketoaexeaaage priblaaae. VICE-PRESIDENT OF ARGENTINA DIES BirtsNoe AiitF-s. Api.i i i i %  Q ed a gall bladder tUnass and nbatftl rations in the bast few moiiMn. /hen he was virtually rii hospital —U.P. Albert ; %  %  %  %  1 lESCAF 5jBu COFFEE rgm % %  lit II SOI'0* CffiT -10I0K>I<' '"' SI >( \H. i l.ill itraasth. lull flu\oud CoBec Plu. idacd I .,rli.,h. ill ... — It's — I \SY TO PRKPARi: l:\SV TO DK'.KST &f \ MSTI.IS avaxrnt PRODUCT on s.,1,\i MI Onon



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TACK TWO BARBADOS AI>VO( Ml FRIDAY. APRIL I. IH fiakib Callinq M'i % %  •>"^ k Homecraft Course TM!f Ho I Visited Prcnt A 1 i TIROL BARROW "f I on 11 Westward Ho", Lnd nd. 1 R RONALD TREE, former Ilrmsh Conservative M.P now resides in dM ISA irCourse foirrui J'.r^ro nSltrS? !" ,3, W Are September 14. 1M1 by Mr T. C. ,,o ent up lo the USA. %  2S-V55J?'S„|S1V, ,^Srb' a deI M • Thb.l.l.. the ihe.. Acting ,pc,. I .,•>, her parents hi. tone li.mr, Ra? Director ol Eduction I, M Platkett ol Ile^T, a" !" p.Si .eerd., .nernooc. .t the HouseNew J..-y, returned to Barbabv Mrs Trer. Willy Had a Fancy Uniform — He Was All Set to March i By MAX TRELL WILLY Toad bad a blue uniform on, with a tall—a eery tall hat— colored bright red. In his hands h carried a rather long Hirer rod with a sort of point at on* end, like the end of a cane, and a nlver ball at the other end. i a Par ad. T HE Oil Cliurcr dos on Wesbieaaay y HW.IA ••/ %  _...•* %  .. .. The Course was of six month's via I i.comirucinxton At Cn.Ch. ....... v ..| bv her little daughter Church Parish tainexi lo tea by Mi*. Alleyne, l>*ley who was )x>m in England urch Choir, assisted by Organiser. Among those prevent and w_a* sees** her grand parents some well known local artistewere Hon. and Mr* If N Turner, f. t 'he fir*' will render Slatner's "CruelMr F A B'*hop. Mr. E. C. M. Misa Florence Springer. of flxlon" at Christ Church P*rt*i Theobald*. Mrs. Muriel Clarke. "CoiUaton", Government Hill and Church on Sunday April 6 at Mrs. II A. Vaughan. Major and retired headmistress of Caning-' 7.30 p.m. Mrs Clmdon Reed. Miss Betty* ton's Girls' who went up to tho Mr. L. O. Gitten* will preside Arne, Mr. and Mr*. H Tucker. USA. with Mrs. Barrow, also at the organ. Dr and Mra. H. G. Cummings returned on Wednesday. I eav.n* Tn.rlaw Mr. DEM Malone took the opportunlTy to M n av.Wuc I? ^.— Mrs %  ". T-.ri.er who gave a many of her relaUves in VI \A^ MRS W FRASER short addreas, presented the I erpart" of ihe L'SA. She al DKLM of Toronto. Canada tillcates an...I '. 1VI [. Hie .hip at St Vincent. "' "<> dont rrini.And he handed sy^Fsts-ir'S %  .%  s ^ ;; ^ ;r Willy Toad in his unit Let us help you -k Plan vmir PiliiiiiiiaiP i\ al Economic Comn altceting the I'nivi Also leaving for Jamaica by same plane were Mr. Charles ?,'* vis,-. I 1-e. nt Hon-a-Long didn't know what parade. Curious Clothes Meaawhile Knarf and llanid. the Shadows, found Willy polishing his boots and getting ready, so It n-cmed. to march ofl down the road. They asked him to explain why he was wearing each curious clothes end what was the meaning of the tiWer rod. "Old chippies", said Willy In Ihe best of spirits. "I'm a drum-major. I'm about to lead a parade." "That's what everybody thought," %  aid Knarf; -but they didn't see howd] you could be a drum-major In parade when there isn't any parade for you to lead." [ followed along to see If Willy could Willy chuckled. "Ill have a pa* find a parade, rade in s minute If you don't beAn(J ora# .„,. Mme nd Mnv heve rr,c.' he aJdrd. "just march 1 along behind me and you'll %  nd Christopher Cricket made chirping sounds like a fife. Then they met BlinVy Mole and Blackie Beetle; and Mr. Orumph the frog and Glive the Snail. And they all marched along to see If Willy iic to he able to And a parade as he said he would. Mr. Grumph ide a noise like a big drum, and ve held aloft an even larger leaf 6A ti than the ones carried by Knarf md Ilanld. ragajfj of Mice Finally they met a whole family f roue, and s whole family of calernitlars and potato bugs. They all CALYPSOES! CALYPSOES! at 1 Mere, carry these two flags for i who is expected lo be bock within the next two weeks. Surgery And \-Ray M ISS MARY CUMMINS. daughter of Mrs. H S. CumA Fl'EK spvndu on bu U.S.A. Paid Buiinesi Visit behalf of hi I rnInsTrCr*ump'tWrs\rtet^nrt U tI,e "''P'rsentatlvc „f late Capt. Cummins" left by **SP *" d U (l for Trinidad B.W.I A on WtSSSS for Puerto " Wednesday by B W.I.A. iniranRlco on her way to the USA I, U*' 1 Venwuela. She has gone to gain experience in ,„ w >i *••;. he was staying .i surgery and X-ray in which she I. thr Marine HotH particularly interested. Ofl liiiisr Miss Cummins was trained in "VflSS HARRIET I'ETTIT of the H^III l o h t ? V i OW ph M C> iV1 Theatre Department Hospital, British Guiana. She ner Bros. otTice in New York was a,l 7*.^ 11 retur "<* Barbados an Intransit passenger Oh the Mauretanio. She was met on board by Mr. and Mrs Ronnie Glttens. Mr. Gittens is a Director of Caribbean Theatres Ltd. U.K. Visitors Vice-President and Director of H.H s> Co.. Importers. F.xpor*ers and Manufacturers of K, Mr. Coryat said that ..nd he had a wonderful cruise down from New York except for two days when thev encountered rough weather which was thought Mr ever\one lo be rather unusual at this time of and ufd private nursing befo Joining the staff of Dr. Skinner's Clinic where she worked for nearly two years Sound Recordings TtAKI.Nt; the Sunshine Cruise ,. on ,ne Mau r *te*ia which J. bark at Barbados from called here yesterday are Mr. and tourist liner Mtnirerania yesterday Mrs. Itobert Hohn de Rappard of were Mr. and Mrs. I.tn Oliver Brussels. Belgium. Leaving Belfrom Macclesfleld, England, who %¡ urn In March they travelled jointd the ship at New Y..rk T HE only passengers to disci bark at Barbados I i the Atlantic by the Once.. Mary to connect with the Jlfaurrraida in New York. Mr. Hohn de Rappard has his own business "Rhodera Co.," In Brussels. His company makes sound recordings. In 1945 he visited several "I.eave Centrts" for U.S. troops and made recording.-, of then voices for them to tend home. One of his most popular record*-. liayi unute "Sound Barnabr They are spending a holida here staying at the Marine Hotel until April 12 Mr. Oliver is Hanagln| I of The Fine Cotton Spinning Association In England. School Children Celebrate T HE ST QILBi Bunday School branch of the St. i Church which was open* M A Vicar of St. July 22. 1951, the CROSSWORD 3 1 i '• nr rs,. —'nr1 %  — IT E J J" X Jl Knarf and Hamd each a big gree 1 leaf with a long stem. They started walking across the meadow. Willy first with his silver rod which he started poking up and down in the air and twirling between hi. fingers, and Knarf and llanid behind* him carrying the two leaf flags. By and by they met Mopa-Long and Christopher Cricket. "Come along," said Knarf and Hani.l. "Willy says he's going to find a parade In a minute, and we're going with him to see if he can." So Hop-a-l.ong and Christopher Cricket got behind Knar." and Hamd. and Hop-a-Long made a noise like robins, and several rabbits and chipmunks, and a porcupine, and a dosen dicks and chickens, all quacking ar..l clucking. And at the head of them all arched Willy, tossing the rod up the air now, and catching It as It fell; and twirling and twisting it ling it aro'ind oeer his head In time with all the drumming and chirping and quacking and clucking and squeaking. So they marched all across the meadow, and through the woods and around the hill. "Willy will never And a parade!" everyone kept sayi s isn't any parade for him to And!" But Willy Just kept smiling bely had his parade, now. CLUB MORGAN Hear Trinidad's most popular Carnival Saetn in person SMALL ISLANII PKIDK MHiHTY ZEBRA SIR CIALIIA SPOILER VIKING 35 TH IKTERNI1I0NAI Eucharistic Congress IARCELONA, MAY K TO JUNE I For tl.i i ton PAA offers a direct ser\io from New V'.k to M.ucelona. Or you can l'. t,. tsbon trstvei u\.il.in in. (> U ni'd when worn uu; ling wlieu CTODBSaWaT^^ ,J History" of the last war which Insame day that the Lord Bishop eluded V-l and V-2 rockets In i,s consecrated has now inflighi. bomb explosions, etc. areageo it. numberi from two dozen to over eighty. CO-OD Bank Director *J %  "' "'^ day the children will celebrate at St. ii'ioinrai .lim.i. to. IJ t!ie rreueh—l'. (51 •tag party T (•) JJ Admitted to i -ret. (4. a*. Uuardlsn lur tlie Dslr T (I) Pet 1T1 l)lr,.,-l..r ,-f Ihr Trinidad CoKurSIy, April 1. .luri.ia tho >M b. B w.l A olior Spent The Winler spcndInK his annual months lrav.' A FTEH spcndniK In Barbados Four Months' Leave i flsness. Is A mat here staying at Mlran the inter M R. F. G. IXJUGLAS. omcio! Reporter of the Legislative Council in Trinidad, arrive.! bef* ..ii W.-.inesday by B.WI.A. lu spend part of his four month) Mr. .1 left for the 1'SA. via ruerlu Ru.i b) it W i A . ; unites the necu wear. i. i. A la-opennT rim. (V Mm wtieu Uie Hi i" 1 (51 10. r' for granted tin dODlcei. no and mo. (Si IS rnerea more thi Mjumn court 10) Hie nre. — n .. is \ \ i fleet seta lo oae in Femember. (31 li.viwuh sits relatives in Pasnight. The next meeting .t the Mge Road. He plans to remain Association will be held On Fnhere for about two months. day, May 2 i i IS. Dr: 1 im: 80. Oice: 31. Pol : t>. aiit; iaW H Union: i 1 '. 1>M* an KSTS 3 Bne; a i..r. 1lli 11 HdT^.r ipSraf V if -rlsft ;.4 sun! .11. SlMi-i I'l. Sore; "n. is.LaSiei. BY THE WAY... Hy Bbaehoomber T HAVE not had so much VV'alnru la anolh.'r's (rouble, I'nlformrd Oflirlal: I'm afraid financial fun since Mr. HocCoiirauc HI x/our |M l1 1 Tfcketl f^'i lea will be jel tor Koruthaiolos unloaded about "Ot at U'ons. Besides. Mrs. Posfourpencc worth of Antannnahv,. Ih.n'furtl and Calthrittui' < "ting to my notes, had u Consolidated on Mr. Nitty -—.,...i,... _.,„., !" ... >h~ b '"e "' lemonade at LarochcAnteros for £J 000 'TV 11, "hole question of the Mijennei. and she Is now only If I per cent, exceia Is to be sch0 ' leaving age lor data *.{ 7s. |d In hand, charged on a long-term redemp" w ?""" u0 ; T, hc 1 ", ",' '"' Aa^.er Traveller: Are we althm loan, what becomes of the w 'lu-il in Mie.liel.l. m winch ihey lowed to go out when we get to 44 per cent promised in cases wl ** WB '"'" '1', ^ !" I c ? d "L or,? ol accelerated redemption? Mv '"resuni..bl.v llu-re w ill I.• s.-h. 1 .rimirUI: There will lie a conbroker's advice to Ihe airl. Is: %  '"• '" r clever dogs who want to dueled tour of one hour, as per ignore the market index ,„d go oil to I)or:sford Univ.i-ity. ,i"l ., hiilule. E ich member of the price movements, stick to bubbly. Uf mere are scholarships f.,i ...w ,, 1I1V „ ll( o lvcn 1 Q 0 ( ranc t aas -^ n> r *..*a.*rsr-l If .....I, u-l.i.e.i foi reel sskV nd t,-tiiarf'dancing on~ihe n Cataford University, where 01|t of hin „ %  •„.._ Voble unraf uou ore perfectly ro;ik for refroshment certain he' not a $luffy old fool. -*r o m Ocvaniomilnhouvr*of bvvr %  *-• W-i-;l M.Gurgh THE invention of " piano COME of MM McGuml.-s old which cannot be stained with ^ %  i D "JJ* B J •"' %  ,l .'' 1 "."'; ? '. "ee l*er" will le welcome news lo J* advertisemcn's "llighnnw the organisers of concert* at the Continental fnl big London halls, where lhe Mr 'carce • AllUm al Virowing about of beer Is a dls•" J %  'avy good enwiKt. w. grace to good music. I remem"on t wunt to Und the place packhet the fuss when I'eildielvcr the r(1 Wl,h "* nch rtists and ac* %  s-it at bri-akfast -M Macaroon Czech pianist, put a brimming '*"• %  GIKKI plain English eooRCastle. Macaroon. The butli glass of beer on the instrument n llke u n l "'e Old cook Mrs announced an early visitor — and played a Boccherini minuet Rocketl gave U. .11 Mr. Maeaioon. Intrigued, the so forcefully that the whole thing ln,< chrf stuff—frogs Ln l pUl l Macaroon said, "Show him was a-drip from stem to stern. bPP. and snails swimming In A ied-faced Individual In %  kilt Sleghammer. the "Norweigan *nampagi.e And CAUlur* 1 km the room coolldenl'v Paderewski.'' used to cover the J-ec'ures iitoout the National G:.l"1 could not," he said "vfit instrument, except for the kevs. %  1,n < Shukc-penre it wont my old country' without aTeetlng arhB n thick travellmg rug ^__ This is England, not Mong,he Chieftain of our Clan 'How t\<> you tomt" to be Macaroon?" inquired the Mmv.roon. 'Through my greatgranil^ mother," waa the reply. "A Mi-* Ufe h PM* Macaroon of Drumslauchter. Sh Tu 1 unamusing rat, Uj '/>.* %  I l-tl/t IIHII./l of Fmrnfomougk *T*1IE Macaroon of Macarc ling rug. wn,k Th; before beginning to play. He also marter. wore a serge hat, so that when • . the beer-throwing started in the IrarPllvrn joy audience he was comparatively •ate. Traveller: M 11 ,hTf2 W ,n a h ***,**bMe. and I have tickets for a cup ol married a HcHiecough." Smell(hinpi stand like stone: tea when we gel t, l>ij n ? ing a not PRINTS /iu MS Musis A LARGT. CONSIGNMENT PRINTED COTTONS 36 ins. 65c. 70c. 76c. PRINTED WAFFLF PIQUE 36 ins. S2.13 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 I I The Garden—St. James Tv.-, a ge assail %  %  * rsa STROMBOLI Ifnd BDtUMAN a TALL IN THE SADDLE John WAYKE -I.J ,11Sal Mb 111 11 \ UOLD" "'A i/i)s n aatroav r, A M— im 9 m


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