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ESTABLISHED 1895



Par bados



Tories Want W.1I.
To Run WarPlants

(Â¥rom Our Own Correspondent

LONDON, March 16.

DURING today’s five-hour debate on the question
of the expansion of Colonial Forces, Opposition
member L. D. Gammans (Hornsey) suggested that

the West Indies and oth

er colonial territories could

help in the defence manpower problem of the
Commonwealth with running factories for war

equipment.

"Subsidy For
W.I. Shipping

(From Our Owm Correspondent)
LONDON, March 16.

There could be small arms fac-
} tories, he thought, and he . citec

a boot and shoe factory in Jamaica
which he suggested might be en-
larged,

Mr, John Strachey, Minister for
War, replying said that at this
~tage in the economy of the werld,
what was wanted in the colonies

Present. and future Colonial} ¥9* the development of prima
Development projects in the West | Products — primary, agricultural
Indies and the Bahamas it is|@%d mineral production. Mr.

understood are now being discuss~ | cane was not satisfied with
this

ed in London,
studying venert >
Cabel,
London for the West Indies, who

C.D.C. officials are

of Mr. RV.

!
Controller of C.D.C. in!e smait

answer and interjected
“wevldn’. it ke pessible fo set up
arins factory either in

; Berbados er Jemaica where there

has just returned from a visit tu is surplus labour?”

‘Se territories,

_ Although dicezssions are secret,
it is believed that top priority 15
being given to the question of
improving shipping services be-
tween the United Kingdom and
the Southern Caribbean.

Mr. Cabel has seen for himself
what difficulties the shortage of j
passenger accommodation
caused and he is concerned that
there should be a speedy improve—
ment.

For some time the C.D.C. offi-
cials here have been talking over
with interested shipping compan-
ies Ways and means of improving
services.

As a result of these talks the
Corporation are understood to
favour the view of the Common-
wealth Shipping Committee in
their report of 1949 that a sub-—
sidy will be necessary before
adequate service can be provided





Deputies Protest
To U.N. Secretary

BENGHAZI, March 16.

The Cyrenaican Chamber of
Deputies protested to Trygve Lie,
United Nations Secretary General
to-day, against the recent attack,
on the Cyrenaican delegate to the
United Natidns, Advisory Council]
for Libya, by the Egyptian dele-
gate. .

Copies were sent to the United
Nations Commissioner for Libya,
Dr, Adrian Pelt, and to heads of
all Arab Governments.

The message requested the
withdrawal of the Egyptian dele-
gate and said the Egyptian Gov—
ernment should bear any conse-
quences arising from his attitude.

The message also asked the
United Nations’
Libya-to ‘exercise his powers and
prevent members of States repre-
sented on the Unitéd Nations
Council for Libya from adopting
an “extremist attitude”.

Lagt week the Egyptian dele—
gate Mohamed Kamel Selim Bey
branded the Libyan National
Assembly as an “illegal undemo-
cratic contraption”.

—Reuter.



Commissioner in |

Mr. Strachey insisted that
primary production was more im-
portant and he pointed out that
on the whole, industrial production
was something Europe and Amer-
ica could’ look after.

Another. question raised by

has | Gammans in respect of the West

Indies was why if they really
wanted men to enlist in the RAF,
they could not enlist in home
islands. Gammans suggested that
‘in Jamaica or other colonies men
could be medicaliy examined and
a Trade Board could be sent out
to them to carry out trade testing
for services.

Why Not?
The Government seemed never
to have thought up till now,

Gammans said, of the possibilities
of direct enlistment in the three
armed forces from the colonies.
Why not? +

When the question was raised
as to. why colonials could not
join the Royal Navy from their
homes, the Minister of State, Mr.

John Dugdale replied it was be- | John’s

OFF TO SILVER JUBILEE
sce



LEAVING for Trinidad yesterday afternoon by B.W.1LA. to attend the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
culture Silver Jubilee colebrations were, Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P..° Mr.
Mottiey, Mr. A. de K. Frampton and Prof. C. G. Beasley. The little girl in the picture is Mary Ann

SATURDAY,



\

Shepherd returning to Trinidad for the Easter Holidays.



FOURTEEN KILLED: 20
WOUNDED IN CRASH
12 MONTH OLD BABY AMONG DEAD

DONCASTER, Yorkshire, Marci 16.
Rescuers with flame cutters searched through twisted metal
here today to reach dead and injured in an express train

ages

Dutch Governor
Visits Antigua

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, March 16.

The Dutch flag was flying at St.

Harbour Master's office

cause the Royal Navy was based }thit nf -ning when His Excellency

in the U.K.

Dr. Leonard A, H. Peters, Gov-

Belfast member Mr. H, Hyde in |ernor of the Dutch Antilles, his

seconding’ the original motion re_ | Wife

Lady Geertruida Peters,

gretting the Government’s failure | their two daughters, Captain R.
to facilitate the additional use of | Vanderbeek, Adjutant Officer to

colonial volunteers, paid tribute
to the excellent contribution of
the West Indies forces not only
in two world wars, but in battles
going back to the eighteenth cen-
tury.

While the Minister for War con-
ceded there was a sound case for
developing Colonial Forces, he

the Governor and Mr, Hans Her-

. Public Relations Advisor to
the vernor, arrived from St.
Eustacius on Her Majesty’s 1,300
ton frigate Vanspeljk under com-

mand of Lt. Commander K, J.
Roberti, ten officers and 130
ratings. ,

They were met aboard by

made it clear in his speech to-|Major Martin Hicks, Governor’s
wards the end of the debate that |4-D.C., Harbour Master V. Blan-

Neither Strachey nor Dugdale
gave any indication of concrete
measures being taken regarding
Colonial Army development and
Brigadier Low, a Conservative for
Blackpool North, commented in
the closing of his speech on “the
variety of genial statements” on
the subject by ministers in recent

there would be no rapid or dra-|chard, Asst. Supt. R. Burnhard
matic expansion of these forces, |@®d Administration Secretary E.

O, Henry. The party landed at
10 a.m, and was met by His Excel-
lency Mr, K, W. Blackburne, Mrs.
Blackburne, Mr. A. F. Turner,
Dutch Consul and Commissioner
of Police Colonel Branch,

The Dutch Governor inspected
a police Guard of Honour under
Asst. Supt. Bunting, The Police

months without explanations as to] Band played the Dutch National

what was holding things up.

Anthem and the party motored

An amended motion submitted|/to Government House but were

crash.

Fourteen passengers died and 20 others were hurt, some

seriously.

The train bound for London hit a stonewalk when passing

through a tunnel bridge.
The coach that hit the brid
other carriages off the rails.
five women, and a baby.

Jailbreaker Killed
~ In Gun Battle

ST. JOHN’S, Arizona, March 16,

Jail—breaker Dewey Battershaw, | police and railway workers work-
21, fell dead before the guns of | €d frantically with saws, axes and
Northern Arizona Sheriffs’ Depu-| acetylene cutters to reach the
ties in a roaring wild west battle | child,

eight miles from here last night.
His brother Clifford, 17, and a
companion were captured,

All three were wanted
escape from gaol at Omaha,
Nebraska, on March 4, when the

younger Battershaw, wielding a | helped
pistol helped the other two to | Screams

break free.

The fight here ended in a battle
from tree to tree across



‘|woman shouted for her baby as

for | Were on thelr way to a wedding.

the | Just before the



MARCH 17, 1951



E. D. Mottley, M.C.P., Mrs.

ge buckled up throwing eight
Those killed were eight men,

Doctors working in half light of
\ the funnel gave injections to pas-
sengérs with their limbs wapped
in. #the «wreckage. One young

She was carried away. Guided by
a teddy bear and shawl, firemen,

A whole family—a man’ his
wife and a 12—month-old baby—
were killed in the disaster. They

Uninjured passengers and some
with blood streaming from cuts
in the rescue work as

of the injured echoed
under the bridge.

One woman passenger said that
erash the train

cedar-studded countryside, high— began to rock dreadfully.

way patrolmen chased the wanted
men’s car through the town,

She added “we all knew some-
thing was going to happen. Then

It accelerated, careered wildly| there was_a terrible bump. We
down the highway and plunged} were thrown out cf our seats and

_—_———

divisions to Europe

The main argument centred on |
the Republican challenge to
President Truman’s powers to
commit troops without consent
of Congress.

Connally opened the debate for
the Democratic Administration
by, declaring that if commitments
of troops were blocked, a “shud-
der would run through the free
world.”

Appeasement

The Texun Senator defended

the record of European Allies In







PRICE : FIVE CENTS



ed Chinese Fall Back
Behind 38th Parallel:

Yanks Cross

50 Allied Divs
Would Deter
Red Attack

WASHINGTON, March 16.
Senator Tom Connally, Foreign
Policy spokesman in Congress for
he American Government, told
he Senate to-day that 50 to 60
veli-~cguipped Allied Divisions in
Europe with air and sea support
ould deter a Russian attack.
Cennally was speaking in a
‘ace on American troop commit
ments to Europe.
There appeared to be
Senate agreement to
sending four more

je.

general
endorse
American







building
strength.
It was “appeasement of the
worst sort” and counsel of despair
for some Republicans to suggest
that sending the proposed divis-
ions would provoke
attack, he declared,

up their defensive

Russia to

Troops were bejng sent in the
interest of United States Security
because a

weakened Europe

would be a standing eel
“to Soviet aggression.”

Before the Senate were two
resolutions endorsing sending four
divisions but suggesting that Con
gress should be asked to approve
any future troops commitments.

One would require only Senate
action and the other called for
action by both Senate and House
of Representatives,

Reuter.

ne ge ee nd

West Germanty’s
Occupation Bill Up

FRONN, March 16,

Western Af.es have presented
an Occupation
£550,000,000 for
year.

This is £183,000,000 more than
for the current year. An increase
was expected because of the cost
of Allied reinforcements in West
Germany,

The new tax amounts to 6.13
per cent of the National Income.

Dr. Kurt Schumacher, leader
of the West German Social Demo-
cratic Opposition told Reuter this
afternoon: ‘The increase of the
occupation costs budget, without
un explanation of the manner of

Cost
the

Bill of
coming tax

Han River

(By JOHN COLLESS)

CENTRAL KOREAN FRONT, March 16
(CHINESE COMMUNISTS appeared today to
have withdrawn their main force above the
88th Parallel. Senior United Nations officers said
they did not expect more than a stiff delaying
fight south of the border.

Chinese, fighting
advance over the Hon

to delay
hon River, fell back today

through bush fires lit by United Nations shelling.
American troops in this area, supported by heavy
artillery and air attacks, continued to move meth-

odically on their objectives.

Russia Feeds
Dogs Better
Than Slaves

U.N.E.S.C.O. TOLD

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 16.

Russia’s police system has kept
slave labourers on near-starvation
diets in prison . camps. while
directing better feeding for dogs
used to hunt them down, the
United Nations was told on
Thursday.

Documents in Russian, describ-
ed as authentic, were presented to
the U.N. Economic and Social
Council by representatives of the

World's Free Labour Unions in
another phase of what appeared
to be a estern offensive on the

slave labour issue,

The presentation followed Brit-
ish and American challenges to
the Soviet Union to approve
worldwide investigation of slave
labour in the Soviet Union, or by
silence to confess the U.S.S.R's
guilt.

U.S. delegate Walter M. Kot-
schnig in his speech accused Rus-—
sia of starving and torturing mil-
lions of slave labourers and
quoted from what he said was a
1941 Russian plan which showed
“more than 14 per cent of capital
construction planned for the
MoS SR. in 1941 was to be the
work of forced labour.”

Kotschnig gaid estimates of the
number of slave labourers in the
U.S.S.R. now ranged from the
cautious figure of 2,000,000 to
20,000,000.—~(CP)

PUERTO RICAN JAILED

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, March

16.

Pedro Albizu Campos, 63-year-
old Puerto Rican Nationalist
leader, was sentenced today te
seven to 15 years imprisonment
with hard labour for attempted
murder in an abortive revolt here
last October,

An appeal has
the Supreme Court

been filed in

~-Reuter

LUNCHEON FOR AURIOL

PARIS, March 16.

American marines captured
Hongchon about 20 miles south
of the parallel yesterday. With
Chunchon about 15 miles north-
west, it had been regarded as the
main point of Communist strategy
yn the central front,

A rocket battery went into ac-
tion in the Hongchon area to-day
for the first time. With one belch
of flame, it hurled 144 high ex-
plosive rockets on to.a Chinese
held ridge north of the town.

After, the infantry walked on to
the ridge and occupied it with-
out firing a shot,

\Other American troops north
of Hongchon took the hill-top ob-
jective with the same ease.

American troops west of Hong-
chon advanced to-day and were
to-night north of Sanghwaye on
the road to Chongchon, the last
Chinese supply base in central
South Korea.

On the western sector Ameri-
can troops continued to pour
across the Han River, taking hills
east of Seoul, South Korean capi-
tal.

South Korean troops moved
through the battered capital into
positions to the north. They met
opposition in only one place.

United Nations forces picked
their way. through extensive
minefields covering roads and
ditches.

General MacArthur announced
to-day that Communist resistance
on the central front had stiffened,
but had failed to slow the “relent-
less forward movement” of Unit-
ed Nations ground forces. But
he advised South Korean Presi-
dent Syngrtian Rhee nét to return
to Seoul yet, because Communists
had “suffered no decisive defeat.”

Reuter.

PROTEST ARREST

LONDON, March 16.
‘lue Czechoslovak Peace Com-
mittee has cabled President
Andrei Truda of Uruguay pro-
testing against the arrest of
Armando Gonzalez the Leader of
the National Peace Committee of
Uruguay, and demanding his
immediate repatriation according
to an official Seviet News agency
message received here in

London.
~—Reuter



the American

off the road. Three men climbed | some people were hurled through

i iol President of the
out and ran off into the bush fir-; windows". an hones’ ea 0

its expenditure or of the situatiot |
} ; : French Republic was Guest of! TELL THE ADVOCATE

by Government supporters calling} shortly after seen shopping in of German finances, is senseless

Talks Adjourned

i i ibil- i ing as they went. - Another passenger said thel and embittering.” Hpnour at a_ luncheon — given’ THE NEWS
a ope om oo we bis i . hei “carriage seemed to rise in the “This method shows that the|ioday by~ diplomats of Latin-, DIAL 31138
BONN, March 16. | ity of raising further forces in the] The two Governors and_ their More «police rushed to the| .; ne a passe ae i Pars in vie f hi
i { istoric r air and come apart and the next} Germai people are not being America n Paris, in view o is DAY OR NIGHT
Talks between three Western | colonies and dependencies among| parties motored to the his scene. The desperadoes took cover ule s4: whe-eil ss of wreck- | treated on a basis of equality.” coming fourney to America
powers and West Germany on the |H.M. subjects “to serve in the cause} English Harbour, Junched atjpehind trees and undergrowth, acl? ‘At almost ‘i ane - o 18 —Reuter r Reuter
German contribution to ajof democratic freedom’ was|Clarence House, visited Shirley|Finally as they moved on’to a| °2°: ‘ spot 18 : ,



European army were adjourned
today until April 6 to enable all
parties to consult their Govern-
ments.

adopted by the majority in an un-| Heights, journeyed to the luxuri-
usually well-filled House for a|ous Mill Reef Club for tea and
Friday debate. The original mstion | returned to.the city at 6 p.m.—
which was not accepted, was sub- |having completed a 50-mile tour

people were killed in a train crash ' —

atte NOT YET A MEMBER |
PARIS, March 16.

ridge, patrolmen pinned them
down with riffe fire. Two Sheriffs
mounted on horses swung around
the flank of the ridge and crept





j i i i i i J ; 2 * he Committee of Ministers of 2
ib of the four-| mitted by Ulster unionist Mr.|0f the island. This evening the/yp close behind the men, The a T he tp
sae eS was eds MecKibbon and expressed regret at Dutch Governor and Party were|elder Battershaw was aiming One Killed; 30 Hurt the Council of Europe today de- a C fo 6A e riewads aay
stood to be the problem of finding | Government’s failure to facilitate | At Home on board to the Lee~|carefully at patrolmen, when one

accommodation for Allied troops
in Germany.—Reuter.

the additional use of Colonial |W@"4s Governor and 50 guests.

volunteers.



Three-Week Truce In
Grenada: Strike Called

* (From Our Own

Correspondent)
GRENADA, March 16.



1948 Declaration
Is Not A Basis

For Negotiation {

BELGRADE, March 16. |
The Government newspaper!

Politika here said today that re-

ERIC GAIRY after his officially sponsored broadcast | affirmation of the 1948 Tripartite
yesterday unequivocally instructing all agricultural work-

ers on strike to report for

later addressed workers at a meeting at the Market Square |“lead to deterioration of relations| Uder permit.

work on Monday, three hours

Declaration on Trieste in a com-
munique on this week's Anglo. |
Italian talks in London would

repeating this as well as a plea against acts of violence but between Yugoslavia and Italy.”

set a three-week truce period for a satisfactory settlement |

of the issue and in addition

notified that he will call a gen-

eral strike of domestic servants on April 1, demanding a 50
per cent increase of wages. He ordered a boycott of a
certain business house because of the alleged unfriendly
attitude of the manager to workers of his movement.

He also mentioned by name
persons considered inimical, and
on the political side he said he
was considering the difference of
opinion expressed by a large num-
ber of union members who are
shifting support either for C. A.
Lowe, a St. George’s businessman,
or Daniel Radix, recently returned
from Howard University, instead
of Hon. T. A, Marryshow, for the
constituency of the capital in the
coming General Elections. There
were occurrences during the samc
day_in the country districts.

“They are causing observers
grave concern for the immediate
future of the situation and many
believe that Gairy has created a
Frankenstein which will hit back

Still others prefer to await
events of the momentous week
ahead.

Last night the overseers’ house
at Boucan and a cocoa sweiter at
Belmont Estate, St. Mark's owned
by Hon. Cc, A. O

burned. down. The house of}
Victoria Modeste of Tivoli, St
Andrew’s was also fired
Yesterday in St. Andrew's Paris!
‘ of Bout 70 invaded
e Estate owned by Henry



Phillips were!

Ogilvie, and demanded from the
overseer Herbert Canning the keys
to the estate, a gun and money.
He handed over the former and
ten shillings and the marauders
helped themselves to five bags of
nutmegs and one kag of mace but
they disappeared before the police
arrived.

Mrs. Inez Munro, M.B.E., pro-
prietress and ietired Island Guide
Commissioner on the same day,
while going on to Mt. Carmel
state io take away her elaer
sister Mrs, Pearce to a place con-
sidered safer was stopped by a
crowd of about 150 who opened the

}car she drove, demanded mon zy
and took out a gum. She was later
granted passage. On her return
to Brandon Hall her property,
she found a crowd of 50 to 60 whe
demanded the keys to her boucan
which she refused and entering
| the house she notified the polire

}Lut by the time they arrived tne! eguse to-morrow by

jm b had left.

}there intended to march to St
| leavid’s Court House to demand
| the release of eight persons arrest
lie t Marlmount Estate

@ On page 3



ed ear

(basis for negotiations

Reverting to yesterday’s Latante|ond testify
affair, it is understood that a crowd! charged

The 1948 declaration, (which

| recommended that Trieste territory

should once more come under
Italian sovereignty) cannot be the
between
Yugoslavia and Italy as it is a
unilateral imposition of an unac-
ceptable solution to this problem”
the paper said.—Reuter,



|
BustaCallsGovernor |
As His Witness

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca.; Mar. 16

Jamaica’s Acting Governor and
Acting Colonial Secretary have
been subpoenaed by Hon. W. A
Bustamante to attend the Resi-
dent Magistrate’s Court on Mon-
day as witnesses on his behalf in
a case brought against him aris-—
ing out of the recent Worthy
Park Sugar Estate strike called
by the T.U.C. This unusual step
has caused the Attorney General
to get an Order made by the
Supreme Court for Bustamante
through his lawyers to show the



the strike



Sheriff shot him dead.
others surrendered.

Then the

—Reuter.

Await Details
On Manganese

JOHANNESBURG, March 16

Manganese companies are await-
ing the publication of the Govern.
ment gazette for details concern~
ing yesterday’s announcement that
exports of manganese from South
Africa will be prohibited except
Meanwhile it is

believed that current contracts

with overseas countries will not
—Reuter.

be affected.



TEST MATCH

New Zealand won the toss
and batted. At tea the score
was 212 for 3; Cox 16, Sut-
cliffe 116, Reid 50, Wallace
n.o. 15, Hadlee n.o. 5, extras
10.



In Train Crash

RIO DE JANEIRO, March, 16.

One died and 30 were injured,
some seriously in a train crash to-
day. The train, Government
operated, was derailed shortly
atter leaving Rio on the way
to Minas Geraes state.

Eight cars, four carrying
passengers, overturned after
jumping off the rails. The only
fatal victim was a woman who
was. decapitated by the wheels of
one waggon. Several ambulances
removéd the injured to nearby
public hospitals. —Reuter,



Two Shot Dead

SINGAPORE, March 16.

Two Chinese guerillas shot

dead by security forces in Selan-

‘gor last Wednesday were identi

fied today as 19-year-old forme
‘high school students

‘ Guerillas killed two constables

and wounded two others today
‘when they opened fire on a
police post in the Jasin area
of Malaya.

—Reuter



Ten Die As Ship Explodes —

NAPLES, March 16.

An Italian oil tanker exploded,
broke in two and partially sank
in Naples harbour today, killing
ten and injuring 41, according to
unofficial reports.

Six bodies have been recovered

There were many injured
among the crew and 100 workers
cn board when the explosion
eceurred in the tanker Montaller-

which these |8te (10,408 tons),

jofficers should attend the court| The tanker had been under re-
Bustamante has been | Pair in Naples Harbour.
with disturbing the The bodies of two men who
neace and for several breaches| were working on the tanker wer
{of the constabulary law rising | found on the deck of the cruiser
}out of a speech made in a public|Attemdolo, 175 yards away
latforr at Worthy Park during The explosion almost complete



|



poop and

= FRANCE, March 16

cided although “sympathetic” te
Western Germany's application for
full membership, to defer the ques-
tion until it had received the
opinion of the Assembly’s Stand
ing Committee. The Standing
Committee is not due to meet until
April. —Reuter.

100 RESOLUTIONS

PARIS, March 16,
One hundred draft resolut ons
for “elimination of causes of the



present state of international
tension’ were delivered to Rose
Palace today by Communist

sponsored “peace council of the
Paris area.”

Resolutions urged deputies,—
O “make concessions to promote
a Four Power Conference.

~Reuter

9 BURIED ALIVE



Nine miners were buried alive
by a fall from a rock in a coal mide
at Messeix today. Two escaped

by climbing up a shaft, Rescue

workers are attempting to reach |

the remaining seven

Reuter



bridge which sank leaving the
forward half with its’ oil tanks
afloat tied to the dockside.

Windows of houses ail round the
port. area were blasted by the
explosion, People were evacuated
from the area for fear that two
more fuel tanks in the forward
half of the vessel might explode

Three officials said that the éx-
plosion was probably caused
when fumes from the ship’s own
fuel supply were ignited by an
acetylene torch. They excluded
the possibility of sabotage

Firémen worked for an
oring the flames fror the explo

ion und ntre¢



One hundred me ere workin

in the ship when she blew up
Rescue workers. were to-night |
searching wreckage and waters { |
the harbour for Lodies of other
men feared killed,

Two months ago another Italian
tanker, 5,500-ton Luisa blew up in
Venice harbour killing two people

Thousands of Neapolitans who
fied in panic at today’s explosions
doubtlessly recalled the disaster of
March 28, 1943: when a cunningly
placed stick of gelingnite caused

the 10,000-ton Cuterina Da Costa
to blow up with 200,000 tons of |
aerial bombs and hundred f tons
of ammunition

Forty x ople t é

d ove 250 j Reuter t

* Have a CAPSTAN â„¢ begins many a

friendship, forms many a friendly

circle.

is made to make friends.





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OFF yesterday afternoon to Trinida* for the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture Silver Jubilee
celebrations were Mrs. J. Mahon, Lady Saint, Sir John Saint and Hon. Julian Mahon. M.L.C.

IS EXCELLENCY THE GOV-
ERNOR accompanied by
Lady Savage and his Private Sec-
retary, Major Dennis Vaughan
attended the Harrison College
Speech Day and Sports Day yes-
terday.
Among those present weré the Hon-
ourable .the Colonial Secretary and Mrs
R WN. Turner, Sir rald Wight, Mr.
Justice J. W. B. Chenery, Hon'ble Dr.
A. 3S. Cato, M.L.C , His Honour the
Speaker Mr K WN R Husbands, Mr
G. H. Adams M.C.P. and Mrs Adams,
Mr E C M_ Theobaids, Mr F C
Goddard, MCP, Mr. and Mrs. D. G
Leacock ‘Jnr.), Hon'ble and Mrs F E
Field, Mr. and Mrs D S_ Payne, Rev
BN Y Vaughan, Rev. C C Conliffe,
Mr and Mrs. E 8. § Burrowes, Mr
Cc. & Skeete, Mr and Mre L. H
Skeete, Miss Trimingham, Mr and
Mr J L Nicol, Major M L D
Skewes-Cox, Rey and Mr A. Bo-arm-
strong, Mr D. Cumberbatch, Mr. J 1
Smith, Mr and Mrs W H_ Farmer,
Mr and Mrs L A_ Walcott, Mr. Ger-
ald Hutson, Mr and Mrs H R_ Tucker,
Rev H J Hutchinson, Rev G. L G
Mandeville, Mr C V.H_ Archer, Mre
C W €E Archer, Dr and Mrs J E
Walcott. Major and Mrs A 8S. Warren,
Dr and Mrs F N Grannum, Mr. A. W
Roberts, Mr H W. Carter, Mr. A
Douglas-Smith

Quick Work

IR GEORGE SEEL, Head of
Development and Welfare in
the West Indies returned from
Washington and New York yes-
terday afternoon via Trinidad by
B.W.1I.A. He was away for about
ten days. He also v/sited Jamaica.
Sir George left New York at
midnight on Thursday and was at
Seawell before 4 p.m. yesterday.

Just In Time

Me IDRIS MILLS, Manager of

the S.P.C.K. and member
of the Barbados Dramatic Club,
returned from his week's visit to
B.G. yesterday afternoon by
B.W.I.A. just in time to see the
Dramatic Club’s final performance
of “A Murder has been Arranged”
at the Empire Theatre last night.

May Visit Grenada

RRIVING trom ‘Trinidad yes-
terday afternoon by B.W.1.A.
were Mr. and Mrs. H. N, Steph-
ens of Minnesota. Here for a
short holiday they are staying at
the Crane Hotel.
Mr, Stephens is Director of Re-
search of Minnesota Mining and
Manufacturing Co., in St. Paul.

If the Grenada situation clears
up they plan to go there on a short
mople, (6)

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EAVING for Trinidad yester-
day afternoon by B.W.I1.A.
to attend the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture’s Silver
Jubilee Celebrations were Sir John
Saint, Barbados’ representative on
the Governing Body of I.C.T.A.,
Hon, Julian Mahon, M.L.C., Prof.
Cc. G. Beasley, Financial Adviser
ito C.D. and W., Mr. E. D. Mott-
ley, M.C.P., Mr. F. L. Walcott,
M.C.P., and Mr. A. de K.
Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to
C.D. and W. ‘

Lady Saint, Mrs. Mahon, Mrs.

Mottley..and Mrs. Waleott, ac-
¢ompanied their hushands to
Trinidad,

After attending the celebra-

tions, Sir John along with Mr.
Stanley Kinch, who is already in
Trinidad, will act as advisers to
Mr. F. A. Bishop, Controller of
Supplies at the forthcoming Rice
Conference to negotiate a new
Rice Agreement between B.G.
and the colonies she supplies rice
The present agreement expires
next January. Prof. Beasley will
also attend the Rice Conference,

From Connecticut

R. AND MRS. CAREY

MORSE, who were intransit
through Barbados a few days ago,
returned yesterday by B.W.I.A
from Trinidad. Here until about
March 24th, they are staying at
the Colony Club, Mr. Morse, who
lives in Connecticut does statisti-
cal research work.

American Lawyer

R. GROSVENOR CALKINS,

a lawyer of Boston and Mrs.
Calkins arrived on Thursday
morning by the Lady Rodney
for two weeks’ holiday and are
staying at the Marine Hotel.

They told Carib that it was
their first visit to the island and
they were looking forward to an
enjoyable holiday,

Back To B.G,

{ R. JOHN GROVES son of
Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Groves
of B.G,., was a passenger on
P.W.1.A’s B.G. flight yester-
aay afternoon to Atkinson Field
Mr. and Mrs. Groves were
also in Barbados on holiday. Mr.
Groves who is a Director of
Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
in Georgetown returned to B.G.,
just over a week ago. Mrs.
Groves left Barbados on Thurs-
day by the Lady Rodney.
Leaving on the same "plane as
Mr, John Groves were Mrs
Winifred Gall and her daughter
Mrs. Eileen Martin.

Supt. Of Prisons

AJ. CORNELIUS ANDER-
+ SON, Supt., of Prisons, St.
Vincent who arrived here on

March 5 to have discussions with
Mr. Basil Henriques left by the
Lady Redney on Thursday night
for St. Vincent,

From Montreal



AYING their first visit to
Barbados are Mr, and Mrs.
J. E, Fraas and Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. M, Petrie of Montreal,

Canada, They arrived on Thurs- |

day morning by the Lady Rodney
and will be remaining for about
two weeks’ holiday.

Mr. Fraas who is President ‘of
the Lukis Stewart and Co.,!
Insurance Brokers and Mrs.‘
Fraas are staying at the Ocean,
View Hotel, while Mr. and Mrs,'
Petrie are staying at the Windsor
Hotel,

Reguler Visitor

RS. M. MacDONALD of

Canada who has paid several
previous visits to the island is
now back again to spend a
month's holiday. She arrived on
‘hursday morning by the Lady
Redney and is staying at the
Hastings Hotel.

Short sit
R. AND S
TUCKER arifed from Trini
dad yesterday afternoon by

B.W.I.A. They are staying at
“West Wego,” St. James. Here
for about ten days they are here
to see some friends from Califor-
nia,

Arriving on
were Mr.
Louis St
Fields.

Social Welfare Adviser

ISS DORA IBBERSON, Social

Welfare Adviser to C.D. and
W. who had been in B.G. for the
past week returned on B.W.1.A’s
B.G. flight yesterday afternoon.

Staying With Parents

RS.’ J. D. H. PHILLIPS

whose husband is with
“Bath” Estate in Berbice, B.G.,
arrived yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. to spend g month's
holiday in Barbados. She was
accompanied by her two daughters
Eleanor and Heather.

They are staying with Mrs;
Phillip’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. McKenzie at “Rowans”, St.

Barbados is Mr. J.

George.

McLellan, a broker of Boston, s
arrived on Thursday morning by
the Lady Rodney for about two
weeks’ holiday and is staying at
the Ocean View Hotel

Retired Bank Director
H® for a couple of weeks’

the same plane
Kenneth Knaggs, Mr.
Hill and Mr. Colin

Back Again
AYING another visit

holiday are Mr, and Mrs.
H. S. Ambrose of Hamilton,
Ontario. They arrived on Thurs-
day moernigg by the
Rodney and are staying at the
Marine Hotel.
Mr. Ambrose is a_ retired

Director of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce and a former Presi-
dent of Tuckett Tobacco Co., in
Hamilton.

Touring Since January

R. AND MRS. CHARLES

Horton of ‘Treetops’, New
Hampton, New York who had
been holidaying in Barbados, lefi
on Thursday by B.W.I.A., for
Antigua. From there they will
fly to St. Thomas, San Juan, then
Jamaica where they will spend
five days with friends at Montego
Bay before leaving for home.

Mr. and Mrs. Horton who left
the U.S. on January 1 have been
touring South America. Mr. Hor-
ton, now retired used to be in the
leather business.





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special flights from Venezuela to
Barbados and return, beginning
today until over the Easter
holidays. These flights will be
Package Tours, that is, hotel ac-
commodation ete, has been
previously arranged by B.W.1.A.

Avensa Airlines will be operat-
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at 12.30 p.m. There will be
another Special Flight to-morrow
at the same time and again on
Wednesday, all bringing Venezue-
lan tourists.

Three Special Flights by Avensa
on March 25th, 26th and 27, will
take these tourists home.

It is conservatively estimated
that there will be about three
hundred tourists from Venezuela
in Barbados over the Easter
holiday.

The appea] made by Mr. Vernon
Knight, Venezuelan. Vice-Consul,
to owners of private homes to
assist with the boarding of the
tourists has met with an excellent
response, Mr. Knight told Carib.
Some bookings have already been
taken up, and if the other
Venezuelan Airline, Limea Aero-
postal Venozolano can arrange for
special flights it is possible that
good bookings will be made,

Linea Aeropostal Venozolano is
still awaiting a reply from the
British Government for permission
to run a regular scheduled service

to Barbados,
Since 1930

BR. 7, RALPH JACOLY

psychiatrist of New York
City and Mrs. Jacoby, arrivéd on
Thursday morning by the Lady
Redney for two weeks’ holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Dr. Jacoby told Carib that they
had been visiting the West Indies
since 1930 and had been to Bar-
bados about eight previous
occasions.

B.G. Police

Scr MERVIN BARROW of the
s B.G. Pelice Force who had
been spending three months’
holiday in Barbados returned to
3.45 yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. Sgt. Barrow, a Bar-
tadian has served for many
years in the B.G, Police Force,
and is head of their Security
Dept., at Brickdam, Police head-
quarters,

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WYMORE

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SATURDAY, MARCH 17,

Britain, Persia Will
‘ind A “Way Out”
—ACHESON

WASHINGTON, March. 16,
United States Secretary of State
Dean Acheson today expressed
the hope and betief that Britain
and Persia would find a way out
of thejr differences over the pro-



posed nationalisation of the
Persian oil industry.
Acheson said at his weekly

press conference he very much
hoped there would be what a
questioner called an “exit” from
the present position.

He hoped and believed Britain
and Persia would work out a
solution whirh would protect the
interests of both countries and en-
sure keeping up the flow of oil to
those markets where it had gone
in the past.—Reuter



Pay Tribute To
De La Moothe

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, March 15.
Members of the Agricultural
Association at a recent general
meeting paid high tribute to-their
retired President, Sir Joseph de la
Moothe,

Sir Josezh’s
gravely affected.

A resolution passed recorded
the Association’s gratitude for the
benefits Grenada had _ derived
from Sir Joseph’s unseHish ser-
vice,

sight has been

It also expressea regret that
the Association was no lenger able
to enjoy the privilege of drawing
on the vast experience,

At the same meeting Hon.
c. A. O. Phillips was elected
President, with Mr. Herbert
Neckles and Mr, Eric Copland,
First and Second Vice-Presidents
respectively,

Messrs. W. A. Knight and David
Land were recommended for nom-
ination to the Government-
sponsored Board of Agriculture.



Dockers Will Be
Tried By Jury

LONDON, March 16

Burly London dockers kissed a
lawyer in the street here today
in enthusiasm at the way he had
defended seven cf their leaders
charged with inciting an illegal
strike. They lifted him on to thpir
sheulders and chaired him down
the road outside the court where
the Magistrate had decided to
send the seven men for trial
before a jury. The lawyer, Mr. S.
Silverman, who is also leftwing
labour member of Parliament,
was commended by the Judge for
his handling of the case.

When the trial starts next month
it will be the first time a jury has

been called to decide a charge
under the wartime order which
makes it an offence to strike
without giving Government 21
days notice,

Over 9,{80 dockers in London
staged a token strike today in

sympathy with the accused men.
—Reuter.

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POLICE FIND THREE
ARMS DUMPS

MILAN, March 16.

Police today announced the dis-
covery of secret arms dumps at
two big Milan industrial plants
end near Legnano 12 miles north-
west of here.

Seven people were detained at
Legnano after an anti-aircraft gun,
a rocket gun, rifles, pistols, hand-
grenades and ammunition were
found.

At Milan, arms seized included
two n.achine guns and seven sub-
machine gun.—Reuter.



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1951



Bread Hard To Get

In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March, 13,
The water shortage in Trinidad

has at last got company—the
bread shortage. Employees of the
tour Port-of-Spain bakeries which
closed down on Sunday are no
longer on the pay roll. The
bakeries are forced to close down,
because they were losing money
as a result of the low quality of
flour they received from Trini-
dad’s Controller of Imports and

Exports, They cannot therefore,
afford to pay non-working
labourers.

It is understood that delega-
tion of labourers from the closed
bakeries have called on the Hon.
Albert Gomes, Minister of Labour
to protest against the treatment—
no pay as long as the bakeries
remain closed.

Despite the fact the good flour
is more expensive, the bakeries
would in the long run be able
to operate economically if they
were supplied with it. As a result
of this controversy there is a
definite shortage of bread in the
town, as the other smaller
bakeries are not able to suppiy the
increased demand on them.



$180 Voted For
Quads

{From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 13.
The Legislative Council has
approved of a grant of $180 being
given Mrs. Agatha Sultan, towards
maintenance of the three surviving
girls of her quads. The BG,
Branch of the League of Coloured
Peoples is also contributing a

similar amount,

Under miscellaneous the Coun-
cil voted $10,000 for Tourism;
$1,200 to the Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals;
$2,000 to the Young Men’s Chris-
tian Association; $1,000 to the
Young Women’s Christian Associ-
ation; $200 to the B.G. Society
for the Blind,



Bryan Quits C.S.P.
—REPORTS SAY

(From Our Own Correspondent)

(PORT-OF-SPALN, March, 13,

Reliable reports have reached
the Press that the Honourable
Victor Bryan, Member for Eastern
Counties and Minister of Agri-
culture has officially quit the
Caribbean Socialist Party. He was
a Vice-President of this party ani
gave strong support to Honour-
able Pat Solomon in the recent
elections. It has been well known
that ideologically, Messrs. Solo-
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From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, March 13.

Members of the Georgetown
Town Council by an 8—3 vote on
Monday rejected a motion by the
Mayor; Mr. Rahman B. Gajraj
which sought to establish the
principle of adult suffrage for the
~vesent system of rental qualifica-
tion for Municipal elections. The
“ouncil also rejected a motion by
Hon'ble Lionel Luckhoo, who
asked that the rental qualification
be reduced from $6.00 to $3.00
per month,

Mr, Luckhoo was not present at
Monday’s meeting, and despite a
request from Councillor Mrs.
Janet Jagan that his motion be
deferred to give him an opportun-
ity to be present, the motion
which was previously agreed
upon in principle was lost when
Councillor Hon'ble C. V. Wight,
C.B.E., moved the Council's reply
to a letter from Government ask-
ing whether it was still the Coun-
eil’s desire that the reduction be
carried, be "NO." This was put
to the vote and carried 8—3 also.
Voting that the reply to Govern-
ment be “Yes” were the Mayor
and the two women Councillors,
Mesdames D. J. Taitt and Janet
Jagan,



“Get rid of US indeed! But our contract lasts for
four years!”



Georgetown Town —
Council Vote
Adult Suffrage

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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London Express Service

Against

Letter
The Mayor read a letter from
the Financial Secretary and Trea-
surer, Hon'ble E. F. McDavid,
C.M.G., C.B.E, in which Mr.
McDavid expressed disagreement
with adult suffrage in municipal
elections. The Mayor said he
read the letter because at previous
discussions of the motion he had
quoted from Mr. McDavid’s evi-
dence before the Constitution
Commission, in which Mr.
McDavid had said he was in
favour of Adult Suffrage for Leg-
islative Council elections. He
however thought that elections
for membership to the City Coun—
cil were an altogether different
matter, and that the franchise
should be restricted in the latter
case. While it is true, said Mr.
McDavid, that every renter of
premises and every person who
contributed to such rent was in a
sense a ratepayer, yet to extend
the franchise in the manner sug-
gested would be practically hand-
ing over control of we wown's
affairs to that very large section
of its inhabitants who might pay
no rent at all, practically to the
elimination of those ratepayers,
including the Government itself,
who provided the bulk of the
municipality’s revenue.



French Set Out
3 Conditions For
Next U.N. Meeting

PARIS, March, 16.

The French Government will
agree to hold the next session of
fAfe General Assembly of the
United Nations in Paris if certain
conditions are fulfilled Albert
Gazier, Minister of Information
said today.

The conditions were:

(1) That the Session did not
start before November 6. (2) That
all offices in connection with the
Assembly be in Paris. (3) That

further financial details be
settled.

The French Government had
.forwarded these points to the

United Nations and expected an
answer next week, Gazier added.
—Reuter.





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VIRGIN ISLANDS.

Four special Presidential stamps
of the values of 6c; 12c; 24c and
$1.20 have been selected and the
design of these stamps will com-
prise a map oY the British Virgin
Islands with the appropriate grid
lines being shown thereon to-
gether with the title “British Vir-
gin Islands” at the top, the in-
scription “Restoration of the Leg-
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lettering at the base, the latest por-
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until stocks are exhausted, which-
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drawn from sale.

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issue will, however, be used con-
currently in the Presidency of the
Virgin Islands, with the 12c.
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the University College of the West
Indies and the installation of Her
Royal Highness Princess Alice,
Countess of Athlone, as Chancel-
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STRIKE

* @ From Page 1
(his crowa had also been looting |
liquor and provision shops in the
vieinity when the Trinidad police
party in a bus passed and was
halted by the crowd refusing to
allow passage. Police Inspector
Alcindor with one man advanced
in the thickest of the crowd and
tried to reason with them, but in-
stead the crowd called on_ the
police to disperse, Alcindor order-
ed the bursting of a tear gas bomb
the first so far to be used, without
results.

When Alcindor was menacingly
surrounded, one volley was fired,
three dropping dead, others
wounded and the rumpus ended
Shortly before this stage some of
the crowd had begun to attack the
police from the rear with stones.
Helmets of the police on their
return to St. George’s showed
huge dents.

One police constable cadet sus-
tained a knee injury and was
treated at the Hospital and another
also treated was Constable Leish-
more, while about nine others of
the party of sixteen were hurt
ir a lesser degree.

WILL NOT DISCUSS

RED CHINA
HONG KONG, March 15.

Chester Ronning, Acting Cana.
dian Ambassador to China since
the Reds took over, arrived in
Hong Kong on Thursday en route
to Ottawa,

A former First Secretary of the
Canadian Embassy who was the
only Canadian diplomat left in
Nanking, refused to discuss con-
ditions in Red China, but said
he had difficulty in getting out

Ronning flew to Saigon to visit
his daughter, Mrs. Seymour Top-
ping, wife of the Associated Press
correspondent in Indo-China. He
wii!-return to Canada by ship in
late March,—(C.P.)







Toby Will Not
Get Earldom

LONDON, March 14.

Toby FitzWilliam, 62, son of a
Victorian chorus girl and a
Guards Officer has failed to prove
his title and $1,500,000 that goes
with it. A judge decided to-day
that his mother, former gaiety
girl Eva Raines, was not the legal
wife of George Charles FitzWil-
am when ‘Toby’ was born and
therefore he is illegitimate. Toby
whose full name is George
Emames Wentworth FitzWilliam
had tried to prove his parents
were married in 1886 under an
old Scottish law which said a
couple were legally wed if they
merely lived together and declar
ed themselves man and wife in
the ‘sight of God’

The Judge said he had come to
the conclusion that the associa—
tion between Toby's parents be-
fore their church marriage in
England after his birth was “illicit
and not matrimonial”.

Tozday’s ruling means
Toby's younger brother Tom,
born after the church wedding
remains ‘heir presumptive’ to the
rich FitzWilliam Earldom and
-state held now by a_ childless
cousin,—(CP)

Anemiipemaniene
ADENAUER APPOINTED
BONN, March 15.
President Theodore Heuss today
appointed West German Chancel.
lor, Dr. Kourad Adenauer, Ger-
many’s first Minister for Foreign
Affairs since the end of Hitler’s
regime.—Reuter,.

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“SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1951

Today Is
St. Patrick’s
Day











binsdee, Mack 1 anh On the Soviet-Persian
border SEFTON DELMER Ry J0UN'S, COPED ———————
find caatl 5 Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
AGE GROUPING ee Te ee ee sci aa eee eae
: alarmin than anythin I am glad, once again, to be able as Head y
WHILST age-grouping has proved itself : g a “ 6 of the Irish Government, to send a message P A I N T
theoretically sound in the more advanced i ve seen since C h ina of greeting and good wishes on St. Patrick’s
countries of the world, it does not appear Day to friends of Ireland in the United States r .
to have attained that same measure of TEHERAN, fined to teenage students and a tect the refinery and wells from| of America and in Canada and to tell them P RO r ECTS and P RESERVES

WHEN Dr, Mohamed Mosadegh few disgrunted tribesmen. sabotage. ;

Wink40 his study -witidow dis ; High and low, the Persians are that in the past twelve months Ireland has

morning and gazed out on the Afraid ... allowing fear of the Soviet to| continued to make progress domestically and
HOWEVER the real truth is prompt them into accept the] to play in world affairs a role which, how-

street beneath, his shrewd old

eyes focused on a sight which that the Persians are afraid of Communist peace propaganda. z :

filled him both with pleasure and provoking their great Soviet Premier Razmara dismisses] ever modest it may be, is not by any means
misgiving. Scrawled on the wall neighbour. I know for a fact from his mind the violent attacks) insufficient.

opposite was the one word “Na- that the Teheran police have of the Azerbaijan Freedom Radio,

tionalisation, discovered that the Tudeh’s although he knows exactly where *” *

He could see in the inscription clandestine news sheet Mardum ve ere on the Soviet side *
an ego-titillating tribute to his is printed in the vast extraterri- of the border, .
sia ionens as a demagogue. torial compounds of the Soviet He prefers to believe that the The Irish people are entering the second
For it was he Ba a ea ee Beer. ; ; ee te f ; nT oe oo half of the twentieth century with high hopes
of the National Front Party, ha The ersian pclice cleverly during the last eight months, . =
launched the universally popu- managed to follow a motor-car conclusion of 4 commercial ac- and firmly-based confidence. In the short
ar campaign demanding that which left the Soviet Enbessy cord with the Tenens sears. period of less than thirty years since self-
Persia should declare the con- one night not so long ago, With- tions on this and. negotiations on
cession of the British-owned out being noticed themselves, that, are all signs that it is possi- government was secured, Ireland has made
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company null they followed it to a point where ble to keep on the right side of}notable advances politically, economically
ind void, and transfer its installa- the driver dumped a valise and the Sov iet by going in for @} and socially. We have created and develop-
tions to the Persian State as 4 drove off, policy of strict neutrality—and dik: teak Miabieethtle instttitens, Whtak have

,

jationalised enterprise, The police waited until a man non-provocation. n
Aggression worked with smoothness and efficiency at a

Only a féw hours _ before — hina mae ae van! - etd r ,

Persian Premier Ali Razmara yt was packed tigat with the BUT the greatest tactical asset] time when democratic institutions elsewhere] %
rad announced that the conces- jstest issue of Mardum., in Persia for both the Soviet have been subjected to severe tests. ‘
ion could not be cancelled be- “But they did nothing about it, and their Tudeh servants is the

‘ause Persia does not possess the and Mardum is still appearing anti-British nationalisation move- * * *
noney or the “know-how” to run regularly once a week with vio- ment started by the i

eater tie kctor: Gola pee or ere ai Wahecamae iittte De. iain uddie-mindec} — Small nations have always had a significant
jomething else on that wall as abuse of the British and Ameri- _ The doctor is preparing for the role in international affairs. To-day, the free
yena-a" worrying, pHates else. cans and UNO. Soviet a priceless opportunity o!Fnations most earnestly desire the mainten-
Che writing on the wall was not “y even found copies of Mardum exerting political, military, an ire is fel

the writing of his own followers. peing circulated in tiny North diplomatic pressure on the Per-| ance of world peace. That desire is felt par-
t was the writing of the Com- persian towns. They had been sian Government and the eae keenly by small nations for which

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It has been roundly condemned by teach-
ers and strenuously objected to by parents.
The decline in education in Barbados, real
or imaginary, has beenrattributed, in some
quarters, to the continuance of this method
and now the House of Assembly has gaia-
ed from the Government the promise of
an investigation with a view to its discon-
tinuance.

During th b n the Education vote : 6% ‘
ae, Sehete & a | SES EOSSS PSS EPPO PPP SS SSOP PSSP POPS OS

in the Estimates, Mr. D. D. Garner, mem-
’ ber for St. Philip moved,that the amount
be reduced by $5 as a protest against the
maintenance of the system of age-grouping
and superannuation. Mr. Adams, the

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Leader of the House, was convinced that BY
the motion for the reduction of the vote |munist underground, The doctor sent out through the ordinary people. ; : : ; ;
° e re f+ © |nas every right to be disturbed. Posts in sanelenen addressed by That is why Tudeh paintingsthe maintenance of international peace is



was a vote of censure on him as the mem- For the

ber of the Executive responsible for Edu-
cation. The House divided equally on the
motion after one and a half hours’ debate
and the Chairman gave his casting vote to
maintain the status quo. The original
vote was eventually passed.

It was significant that even the other
members of the Executive Committee, who
are members of the House, spoke of their
objection to age-grouping which had been
started in 1943 “as an experiment” but
which was still part of the system.

Communists — the jand and giving as senders the squads are going around at nights, often an essential condition of their national
Tudeh Party is the name they }imes of Teheran police officials. daubing “Nationalisation” slogans, ival

go under here—though officially j; must be good fun being a not only on the doctor’s wall, survival,

dead since 1949, when they were m.Geh agent. but on walls everywhere, why

banned, are very much alive to- the Tudeh are sending trained * * *
day. Hiding-spots crowd operators to National

And the priority operation they _ THE Soviet Hospital, the Soviet te eee. Sea
are engaged on at this moment Institute of Culture, and_ satel- amount of anti-Western venom
is stealing the doctor’s nationa!- lite missions are all refuges fe doibes: eebem
isation horse from under him, where the Tudeh can hold meet- ripe: .

In fact, from what I have seen ings in safety and-hide from the aes see rons at “—e women have left their homeland to settle
and learned here in Teheran and police if they are being hunted. posers Pid the imminence of|Verseas, particularly in the great sub-con-
on a trip .through North The Soviet-Iranian transport It is because the

Persia’s. forbidden Agerbaijan services, which~ cover the whole bond ee eee vt ie tinent of North America.
area to-Russia’s border, I formed of North Persia from Teheran 5 nier Razmara announced Irish are such a widely scattered race that
oy 5% er Baa Pres — If 5 aie te oot eat: could not be made to work. : their influence, in helping to build bridges of
‘ i ' i ritish refuse : ‘
What is more, I am convinced of the country there is the So- onmaee a ite the nationalisation | “derstanding between nations, can make a

that the Communists and their viet-Iranian Fisheries and their (ae. the Soviet will claim that| material contribution to the cause of inter-

Soviet masters have a_ better fleet of Soviet steamers, all im- jh.” British by defying Persian } ,
chance of success here than in mune from interference by the 9) .eignty re, euilty .. aggres- national co-operation and. world peace.

Although Ireland is a small country, geo-
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any country I have seen since my frightened Persian authorities. ; >

I Visits to China and India. The fear that the Soviet may Son against ee, a * * *
The odd part, however, is that be the rulers of tq-morrow is More Demands .. .

when you talk to Persian high- making individual Persian FROM that they can follow During the past year Tralana hasooulinuad

talked to any officials turn a blind eye to Com- with all manner of demands and ,

' Almost every member of the House
spoke during this discussion and in every









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case told of the representations made to
them by parents, and in some instances by
teachers, who denounced the system. Mr.
Speaker, who as a former teacher worked
under this system, told the House that the
teachers themselves felt that because of
the difficulties of the system itself, they
were unable to give the best service. Chil-
dren of similar ages but of varying abil-
ities and different stages of educational
attainment were grouped together and it
was impossible for the teacher to be in
position to give each child adequate in-
struction.

lt was left to Mr, F. C. Goddard to get
to the kernel of the question. Age-group-
ing could not be successful unless compul-
sory education had been first introduced
so that all the children would have begun
their education at the same time and would
have been of the same stage of develop-
ment. The truth was that it was impossible
anyhow for one teacher to handle efficient-
ly classes of 50, 60 or 80 pupils. Whether
age-grouping was abolished or not the same
lowering of the standard would continue
if these abnormally large classes contin-
ued. More schools and more teachers were
needed.

When members sought to blame the
Director of Education for the introduction
of what they considered “new fangled
ideas,’ Mr. Adams told the House that the
members of the House, who were mem-
bers of the Executive Committee, were
responsible for policy, and heads of De-
partments as members of the Civil Estab-
lishment merely carried out that policy.

The announcement which Mr. Adams
pointed out was merely a_ repetition,
brought several members to their feet.
They would now know on whose shoulders
to lay blame in future and it was hoped
that they would not be told at a later date
that the four members of the House on the
Executive were only part of that body.

The general condemnation of age-group-
ing and superannuation led to the state-
ment by the Leader of the House that the
matter would be raised at a meeting of the
Executive Committee to-day, and that the
views of the members of the House who
undoubtedly brought the views of the
general public would be given the consid-
eration which they deserved. The blame
for the attitude of the Government was
attributed to the teachers who told In-
spectors that age-grouping was all right
and then denounced it to members of the
House and the public. The House was
satisfied that the change would be intro-
duced during the Easter recess of the
schools

ups — I have

nurnber, from Premier Razmara munist activities,

down

affiliated Azerbaijan
separatists, They

and their
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Pleven’s Problem:

How To Cut The Number
Of Communist

PARIS,

France is the only country in
the world which has a Minister
of Electoral Reform. He is the
55-year-old Corsican lawyer, Paul
Giacobbi, who was brought in to
M. Pleven’s Cabinet when it was
formed eight months ago; and he
was given the job of drafting a
new election system which would
receive the support of all the
parties represented in M. Pleven’s
coalition government,

Once formulated and accepted .

France’s next general election—-
due in eight months’ time—was
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M. Giacobbi’s inclusion in the
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The basic problem, however, is
brutally simple—how to keep as
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Under the present system of
voting, 181 Communist MPs were
elected, making them the strong-
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gested, their Parliamentary
strength would drop to between
40 and 60—even though their
overall vote might remain as high.

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to governors and _ police
chiefs—they will, as likely as not of ‘ :
start by pooh-poohing the Tudeh administrative machine.

This now penetrates the whole

the Persian economic

proposals, depending on the in-| to play a useful part as a memberof the Mar-
ternational situation, and what|shall Plan Organization — the Organization

and they can get away with,
It even

No I don't. blame the little} for European Economic Co-operation — and

extends to Persian employees of doctor for being worried about}representatives of all Irish political parties

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By SAM WHITE

The present system of electing
candidates from party lists by
propertional representation was
formulated in the idealistic libera-
tion days in an effort, ironically
enough, to remove one of the
worst features of pre-war French
politics—the instability of govern-
ment,

System Failed

The system has not only failed

in that purpose—this is France’s~

18th crisis since the liberation—
but it has also burdened parlia-
ment with a record crop of Com-
munists. Now all—except the
Communists of course—are agreed
on the need for electoral reform
but almost nobody is agreed on
an alternative system.

The difference that has brought
the Pleven government down is
between the Christian Democrats
(MRP) and the Radicals, The
Radicals want a return to the pre-
war system of voting under which
they flourished to such an extent
that they virtualHy ruled France
in the inter-war years,

Under this system voting was
carried out in two ballots. Most of
France became a hive of Tam-

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that writing on the wall,

“Les. |have made important contributions to the

deliberations of the Council of Europe at
Strasbourg. It is permissible, I think, to
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and constructive.

MPs * * *

Ireland could of course take an even more

many _ oe and ba a significant part in world affairs but for Par-
as local party sses argaine tas : ‘ <
with each other for withdrawal of tition, which by imposing on our country an

candidates in this or that district] arbitrary and unnatural boundary, sanctified
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; 4 prevents the united action of all Irishmen
Deadlock Remains from being fully and effectively applied to

But the Christian Democrats R
cbject to the system because they the problems which confront the world to-

unlike the Radicals, have no re- | day and towards the solution of which Irish-
liable allies among other parties. |men are eagerly anxio ‘

They want elections in districts gerly us to strive.
by a simple majority as in Britain.

There the deadlock remains at Friends of Ireland through
the moment. It is likely that the ghosts, Pee-sroric

Radicals will hive to. Rive. way. generously assisted and encouraged the Irish
Unless they do France will bejNnational movement which, over a quarter of

plunged into an election under | g cent: ie :
the present system. entury ago, led to self-government for that

Not only that, France’s present | Part of Ireland which to-day is free and in-

ener cpus on * the | dependent. On this St. Patrick’s Day I would
event of an insoluble crisis fore- :
ing an election before the fixed venture to ask our friends in the United

date for Parliament’s dissolution, | States of America and Canada to continue to

a caretaker government should be ; ;
Ratiek coasond ok searemaael work for the eventual unification of Ireland,

tives of all the major parties, A
That would sean . Freneh | A united Ireland would not merely provide
government containing ommun- ‘ . eas *
ist Ministers. The thought.is likely Irishmen with the full political rights to
to provoke some sleepless nights.) Which their ancient country is entitled as a
WORLD COPYRIGHT | nation, it would also be a bastion in defence

RESERVED, ¢
: of world peace. INS.

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Americans Deserve Better

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—May I presume on your
good time and your valuable
paper to publish an article on
constructive criticism relative to
two very annoying conditions 1
find existing in Barbados on this
my latest visit namely, the howl-
ing of a great many dogs and the
erowing of cocks, that keep us
awake many hours of the night.
In my country as in Barbados
everyone has the right to keep a
dog; if he wishes he may also have
chickens, But with this privilege
goes a responsibility to be sure
that they are not an annoyance
to other people and they may not
be kept in a da@gsely populated
neighbourhood ih as Hastings,
where they become a nightmare
or a preventive to slumber. Surely
something should be done about
this condition.

I also find it impossible to get
a good cup of coffee or purchase
an American cigar no matter
where I have gone on the Island.

Is this the fault of shortsighted-
ness on the part of the merchants
or hotel keepers? Or is this a form
of discrimination against American
products in general?

Surely American visitors to
this beautiful Island deserve some
better treatment, and while I can-
not, and will not presume to
eriticize your government if this

lack of American merchandise is

their fault or if in their wisdom .

(for the benefit of Barbados) they
prohibit the importation of such
articles as I have mentioned, then
I think they treat the American
visitor rather poorly, and certain-
ly this does not encourage Ameri-
cans to spend any time here either
for rest or pleasure.

I have been here two weeks and
am famished for a good cup of
coffee which is unobtainable,’ I
shall not sign this behind some

euphonius name such as Visitor,

Tourist or otherwise but shall
affix my name and address, hop-
ing by so doing, something can
and will be done to correct this
condition which I believe would
benefit a great many persons and
help to increase visitors to your
Hotels thereby benefiting many
places as well as many stores in
Bridgetown.

G. E. VAUGHAN,
Marine Hotel,

Barbados.
N.B.—Why are there so many
beggars?
Cinema Tax
To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,— I was glad to see your
Editorial recommending a moder-
ate levy on Cinema Fans It

hould be

interesting to know

what your readers in general
think of the idea. To me it seems
a very reasonable plan to help in
raising the necessary means for
an increase in the pensions for
our aged and disabled poor, as I
suggested in the plea on their
behalf which you made room for
a couple of weeks ago.

And I do not see that anyone
affected would have a_ serious
objection to offer. The cinema
fan; for example: The amount on
each ticket would be very small,
and it must be admitted that it
would be a tax oh a comparative
luxury and not on any real
necessary. And as regards the
theatre proprietors the expense
entailed in keeping an account
and paying over the amount col-
lected at suitable intervals would
be very small.

Can we hope that the authori-
ties will give the matter serious
consideration? I am sure they are
in favour of increased help for the
needy and suffering old people

Yours truly,
v.
March 13, 1951.
S.P.C.A. Tag Day
To the Editor, the Advocate,
S{R,—In the course of the next
few days I hope to send you for

publication details of amounts
~ollected: on our Tag Day, Mareh

Select these

2nd. In the meantime we hope
you will permit us through your
eclumns to notify our helpers that
the sum of $1215.47, (One thou-
sand, two hundred and fifteen
dollars and forty seven cents) has
already been paid in to the Cana-
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. . .
Public Mischief
education failed tosecure entry, Scholars to be provided with
found him guilty of having which is causing damage io their
The prosecution proved that Jerks a: this spot and once itdam- . AT HARRISON COLLEGE SPEECH DAY yesterday after- ., The Second dilemma is the do the same out of Library Funds
be . ularly hit by the cost of books,
money from him at the point of Advocate yesterday that that the school year. Pee See eae we a B @ a@ a a a a a a

e , more than the fees that*have been
Sentence was pctstponed on OTORISTS and cyclists wno remitted,
Stanley Stanton of Reed Street use the Hastings Road are CSU S u Si e ] can judge no boy who estab St. Michael’s Vestry has mosi
by His Honour the Chief Justice, ccemplaining of a sunken part of
but to accept so many entries as books, and we are building up
effected a public mischief on vehicles. On many occasions We did, strained @ur capacity to a small textbook library for those
at to our standards through
Stanton informed the police that aged the rear wheel of a cycle. noon, the Governor congratulated the headmaster and his
ald Sealey and George Weir An official from the Highweys 8

. . Mught in a f and I want to build up a stock
a gun, but that it was not true Department informed the High- He said that he shared with Mr. Hammond a dread of that’; “diiteneé. "Teather > ee of copies of the more expensive a m a 4 «
that anyone had demanded Way Commissicners cf Christ infectious and contagious—as well as insiduous—disease SSSS99SS599 SOSO CSF PD OD 9OOF

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lished a clear claim to higher generously allowed certain of their

Sir Allan Collymore after a jury the road opposite the Hotel Royal é.

Of British Schools

December 31 last year. cyclists have received sudden the utmost. Vestry Scholars. I would like to

: ¢ L growing size of our forms. oo seme Be —_ yg H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—-Distributprs.

Ree re Suet had ae od & Trensport Depertmerit told the staff and the boys on their academic and other successes i ere is obviously a limit to the a

, ariable, dependent on the aca- textbooks in sufficient quantity to 7

money trom, hima in that manne Set ese le Fp Sa oe rene ewe * Sraminetinnitis", but he was informed -that ex- einic dimeutty of the syllabus lane to bere. Tals is oogiae in

iss M. E. Bourne, prosecuted * , ¢luding the United Kingdom, Harrison College headed the Studied. . . story than in English, and can

the case for the (Crown, Stanton Hone’ o> far nothing has been — hists of examination results of all schools in the British pea ed ee ne am naver be eee ee
First witaben, Cpl. Arihur The sunken part of the road Soremonweslth perinding the Dominions. cs of . feeling of entity which wis = but it will help. —

Conlife told ihe court tat ne anes the Saree see RNS conctes UTS ESO, Pag, he am gimoatetexpable reult of Lat” Speech Duy" wasn. June





es 2 , 4 growth in size. We are in dangér 1950, so I have little to report on NEW SHIPMENT OF
, q . accompanied by Major Dennis ‘i 2 ’ DOr

Denemiber 31 last year abouc 1.45 duking ar te Pitcanee tae Vaughan, Felwite 5 Secretary, of ceasing to be a school and be- School games except the Cricket , oe RTT

a.m., when Stanton came to now repaired or temporarily re. Tived at the College and were Romig an institution, and if you season. Here the report is almost * epee

— Ce Chania tameae oe = paired, and trucks are getting Teceived by a Guard of Honour of ask me what I mean by that, I wholly good. We had a success- Cd



should reply that a school is some- ful season and were indeed at the
thing to which you belong, and head of the table for some weeks,
an institution is something to We beat the Police narrowly, and
which you go. It is my dearest Carlton comfortably, took part in
wish that Harrison College shall some tall scoring against Pick-
remain a School. wick, and gave the redoubtable
Science Wanderers a nasty shock when

The most important event of the we captured seven of their
year for Harrison College has wickets for 69 runs in q game
been the generosity of Government which unfortunately had to be
ain. providing g Capital sum of abandoned. In James Williams
$23,700. 00 for equipping new we had a bowler who on _ his
Science Laboratories, Some of day can be as good as anyone in
this money will go to reconstruct— the Island, and in Cammie Smith
ing the upper storey of the and Harrison we had batsmen who
laboratory building and some’ to showed great promise. Our field-
the purchase of much needed ing was good, although those who
equipment for Physics and Biology, watched tue dropped catches in

s : : Cadets under Capt. G. B. Hunte.
beaten by two men and robbed ee. “— panes to the various The party led by Mr, J, C. Ham-
of $5.36. One of the men he HE HIGHWAYS AND TRANS. ™0°nd, headmaster of the College,
knew as Regi from Suttle Street. roceeded to the
: PORT Department has start- ? : School Hall

He only knew the other by sight. a hing ston t P t where the headmaster delivered

Regi had pushed something on fx ~ — te t th * - oe ’ his address,
his side which seemed to be a a oaty ; ecg br ye gn ee rh The Governor then distributed
gun to him, telling him that he ine De S etetin ‘ard at Bridge te prizes and also'addressed the
_ to hand over all his money bye aq P ways 8 peeinny .. ba A < thanks was
otherwise he (Regi) would kill : < moved by Mr. F. C. Goddard after
him. He handed over the money. R. AND MRS. H. DE KUM which the gathering went to the

"4 Visited the Children’s Good- Weymouth field to witness the
Investigations will League and Baby Creche dur- finals of the athletic sports,

Conliffe said that P.C. ing the week and were extremely The Headmaster's address fol-
Lynch and he were detailed to Pleased with the work Mr. John jows;
make investigations. They went a is Set: és id. “We ,, We entered fifty-five candidates
to Suttle Street and saw Regi- , the Creche Mere ie ‘4 © for the School Certificate in 1950.
nald Sealey and George Weir D#@V¢ found it a wonderful ins itu- Of these fifty-three were success-
whom they brought to the C.1.D, ‘0, to te admired and covied by ful and, of the two who failed, one Laat isonian Match will
Stanton said that Sealey and 2! Whe are able to do it. obtained two, and the other three ort yaar, T aypeeled for Me the Cid Hatriecnion Mave }
Weir were the two men ‘who had eredits. Forty-two “Very Goods” provision of a School Canteen, find this ara to believe, and the
robbed him of his money. He

. were awarded. end our gratitude for our new
said, too, that one Gibson had Conductor Fined £6 We won thirty-three Higher Mr. J. C. HAMMOND laboratories has in no way limited

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At." the tine Stanton seemed For Overloading elated: by the Bxaniinere to be of schools, and even more attractive foused in the concrete building| | LAR CATIGUE: } RICE : $ =
"Seibert Gipson, also of R. -A FINE of £6 to be paid by Scholarship standard, and three (der the newly revised Burn- 8C2! the Porters’ quarters which | [1 batkinstep $12.52 PER PAIR ™~
Street said deat ‘ae e ans instalments or in default two More of Exhibition standard. ham scales academic schools of 8 "OW used as a bicycle shed, with ALKA: —— ALSO | ss
Weir, Sealey Stanton and him- Months’ imprisonment with hard ¢ The Report of the Barbados this type are given heavy addi- Dut I should be only too ready| |WHM OSRASSEBIS cake ade "
init dekhall’ te go about the labour was yesterday imposed on Scholarship Examiners on the tional allowances to divide © discuss the details with anyone Alka-

Hudson Howard, a bus conductor Classical candidates was particu-
of Massianh Street, St. John, by larly noteworthy. They listed six
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, boys from the School as worthy of
Police Magistrate of District “A”, mention, and commented—I quote

Howard was found guilty of from their report—“It was grati-

street singing. They were given
2/- by one person, 18 cents was
collected along one street and 19
along another. When they got in

Seltzer at
the first sign
of muscular
fatigue. The
» same safe au-
algesic, so effective

similar procedure was adopted interest.
here by the creation of Super— We have introduced Biology as
scale posts for a limited rumber. a School subject this year. ‘We

YOUTHS’ LACE SHOES
IN BLACK AND BROWN

Church Village, Reginald said he overloading the motor ‘bus J.43 fying to note that the standard in

wanted some of the money as he on March 3. Cpl. Kenneth Mur-—
hy of the Bridge Station who
Stanton said he would give brought the case, said that on
him none then and picked up a March 3 at about 11.55 p.m. he
stone. George Weir told Stanton Was on duty along Crumpton
treet when he saw
Stanton took a two shilling a ze poming 20 nis nec
i e bus appeared to be overload—
piece out of his pocket and gave ed and he motioned to the driver
7 to stop.
Stanton and he continued to “He found that there were 61
people in the bus, 48 he counted
sitting, while others were stand—
ing and clinging on to the bus.
Before imposing the fine, Mr.
cLeod told Howard that it was
worst case of overloading

intended going home,

that he too was leaving and

Reginald Sealey.

walk and when they got at the
corner of Tudor Street, Stanton
left him, telling him that he was
going to the police. He said he

knew Regi to be a rogue and he M
would get him locked up. the
Reginald Sealey and George that had come before him and he
Weir corroborated Gibson’s evi- hoped that the fine would be a
dence. deterrent to other conductors.
Howard has 12 previous con—
victions for overloading.

Speeding Costs £4

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C. L. Wal-
“meeting turn” from one Mrs. Sy Berne Police Magistrate of
Ashby of Ellerton, St. George. District

sf ,, Weston Harper of Garden
Investigations _ disclosed _ that ¢4 or two months’ imprisonment

“Meeting Turn”

Cpl. Harold Bryan told the
Court how he tried to trace
where Stanton could have got the
money from. Stanton told him
it was money he had got from a

there was no Mrs, Ashby living f
in Ellerton,
That was the case for thé

witness, Albert Went. Went,

fraudulent conversion, and who

or speeding while driving the
nm van M.2424 on Upper
: Collymore Rock Road on Febru-—
prosecution and Stanton called a ary 19,
The Police who brought the
however, corroborated the evi- case said that the van was being
dence» of the witnesses for the driven at a speed of over 30 miles
prosecution. per hour.
Edmund Archer who was found for such a vehicle is 20 miles per
guilty earlier in the Sessions of hour.

The limit on that road



Greek was as high as in Latin”
..."The standard in ‘Set Book’
papers was higher than that ob-
tained by schools in England”...
“The general average of the work
in Classical History was high, and
compared favourably with the
average of most English Schools”.
Great credit must go to the work
of Mr. Medford and Mr, H. W.
Clarke for such success, and you
could ask for no better assurance
that the School is maintaining its
high standard of scholarship.

Pride

The Honours List is printed on
your programmes, but it is worth
comment that last autumn as
many as eighteen boys from this
School started their courses at
various Universities within the
Commonwealth, We take a justi-
fiable pride in our conviction that
we are serving Barbados well, ani!
I know of no overseas school in
the whole Commonwealth that
can surpass the academic record
of Harrison College.

This is not said in any spirit of
smugness. There are many ways
in ‘vhich we have not fully
attained the high standard we are
setting for ourselves, For a better
balance in our curriculum I should
like to see more attention paid to
some subjects which have been
comparatively neglected; in par-
ticular Modern Languages and
Geography; and, as I said last
year, I regard purely academic

Optimists

There are some who, while
agreeing that the situation is
grave, think that it will be of
short duration; and that the Uni-
versity College of the West Indies
will, in three or fouy years, sup-
ply the staff we need. I, myself.
cannot share their optimism be—
cause I cannot feel that any mate—
rial proportion of those who win
degrees there will select teaching
as a career unless more induce—
ment is offered to them,

Let me state plainly that I am
aware of the great difficulty of
surmounting this problem, and of
the sympathy towards our schools
which the Government showed as
little as a year ago. None-the-
less, I should be failing in my
duty if I did not* publicly state
the problem and its dangers. I
cannot emphasise enough that the
primary factor in a school’s wel—
fare and development is the men
who teach init. No other pro-
vision cuch as building and equip—

amongst their staff. A rather Who would take a_ practical [
|
|

ment, valuable as they are, can t

ever equal in importance the
quality of the teaching staff.

Record

In September 195U the School
reached a new record of 575
pupils on the Roll. I do not think
I nee! to emphasise the problem
this pressure of numbers pro-
duces. Nor have we yet felt the
full impact of expansion on our
Upper School. To give you one
example. In spite of the arrange—

have been under great handicap as
we had no equipment for the Zoo-
logical side, but thanks to the
generous assistance of Dr. H. H.
Bayley, to whom we are very
grateful, we were able to make
a start; and in July the first
Candidate from Harrison College
will sit the advanced Biology
papers in the General Certificate
This will in future enable g boy
from here to gain exemption from
the first M.B. “examination while
still at school, and will greatly
help a medical student when he
joins his University or Hoeenital.”

Geography

Similarly, we have given
Geography a greater place on the
timetable, and extended it into
the curriculum of the Fourth ana
Fifth Forms. Boys will be sitting
the papers at Ordinary level this
year, and I hope, a few of them
at advanced level in two years
ime,

I mentioned last June the
Hahnemann Bayley Memorial
Prize, which was being so gen-
erously provided by his son Mr,
Colin H. Bayley. The money is
now safely invested and will
provide, from interest, an annual
prize for the Science Sixth start-
ing in 1952,

I have also received gifts o
$24.00 from Mr. and Mrs, Maurice
Cave, and $48.00 from Mr.
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tempted bestiality and was put on Acting Police Magistrate of Dis— of Barbadians who valued educa- fifth forms feeding our sixths, presented us with 40 valuabl«
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imprisonment with hard labour. College is necessarily expensive, cently we have only been able to ¢he price of which is a growing

From England and with our inerensed numbers Sostickies te Gees eae yu wenden to many parents. W’

d‘rising costs the expense is no ©? ' : . =~ ~ are doing what we can to ease

Three passenger liners are ex. CARELESS DRIVING more static than any other. But ve et tee re ees the burden, As you know, we

pected to make calls from England THE decision of His Worship I would ask those who study) \occryed for Government or Vee. have instituted a Book Schemr

at Barbados on Thursday next mr, A. J. H. Hanschell, Senior figures to regard the cost, not as a try Scholars—I should like here for new books. This saves anxiety

Week. Police Magistrate of District “A” drain on the Treasury, but as an} in’ parenthesis to comment on the to individual parents, and we sel’
They are the Elders & Fyffes’ —-who dismissed without preju- investment in the personal capa-] yory high quality of some of the as cheaply as we can: but the coe

S.S. Golfito, the Dutch S.S. Wil- dice a case brought by the Police city of posterity. We believe that] Scholars we received. So far as of books remains high. A Scholay

lemstad and the French S.S. Gas- charging Winfield Belle of Bar— investment is worth while, and we ,

cogne. They are all expected to racks ‘Road, Bank Hall, with believe we can give value for] ——— ~~~ when eating beh -

sail on their southbound voyages driving without due care and at—- money, e e,e

the same night. tention—was confirmed yesterday A Loss Junior Short Stor Com etition
The Golfito is consigned to by Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tay— The School Staff suffered a y )) WEATHE

Messrs. Wilkinson & Haynes Co. lor. and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, 00. ios in December by the Vj

seas NS [ wieend con= ae of the Assistant Court of resignation of Dr. A. B, D, Hamil- The Evening Advocate invites all children under 12 to enter for | Produced by Martini & Roan

ssts. S. P. sson, : i { \ i . se
Son & Co. ted, while Misars” Sgt. Forde who prosecuted for ‘0M. There is little that I can tell| its Junior Short Story Competition. The best story will be published

oe ‘&' Co. Ltd. are the Police trom information re- 2 Barbadian audience about Dr.| every Monday n The Evening Advocate, and the winner will receive Torino (Italy)
f . Jones 0., » &

-Han- Hamilton. His name has been soja prize to the value of 7/6 in either books or stationery. The stories | “4eseoooneceooas: 64000 | POAT 6S oe *
ee SOO AEE conte hi an on a ott mr long sraoesnee art aoe ee can be on any subject under the sun but should not be more than 306)! L9G IDGGGE ATT O OTE ETE ATE EA
on ri vat Garbadon te the Lady brought as a result of an accident College that they might alm

ught as @ result of an accident retineed interarabis. . Batore I words in length, and must reach The Children’s Editor, The Advocate
Rodney, which will be returning 0” , Waterio: f
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JUNIOR SHORT STORY COMPETITION

‘ from all those who told me about
and Canada via the British North. jrtsGgin and, fee Tuol gs the School, and ince T have been

i here I cannot tell you how often
Her agents are Messrs. Gardi- said that the bus struck his ‘back I have been called ‘Hamilton’ by



fender. sid cia ah NOME 20.06 ee ce eeceeees set peeeeeeerereseees +
ner Austin & Co., Ltd. those who consider my na
Deas Me S t P tradition. Di. Hamilton not‘only BER eae rich cekh peo k ies Mest GEARED ss so o59 ; ELITE STRIPED SHIRTS, trubenised collar attached
TRA : par an lay founded our Modern Sixth Form, School ....,..... Pa een iy SR ey Sizes 14) to 16} each....... a age a $3.71
: og a under aim ‘the beneat of contact Form ELITE DeLUXE WHITE SHIRTS , ital collar attached
NORTH nada ‘'o-da under him the benefit of contact PRADA SEAS DL aS TOR ooo pee ONSET STE chanted : i ‘ § » te é
HEADED R Gre Te Ly with a truly secholarjy, mind, His Sizes 14 to 17, Each ......... Lik aiealais $5.19

i i intment as Principal of the
Some Barbadians were pr-vil- Spartan, the colony's football 2PP0ln 6
eged yesterday to' see a four- Civirntons will engage the Evening Institute means that Bar.

h t lost his services;
masted sailing schooner, but not visiting Grenada team at Kens— but the inane the School is hard-

RIBBED SUPER QUALITY SOCKS—Sizes 10 to 11}.
In White, Grey, Rust, Cordovan, Fawn.



for long. ington this afternoon. ly less severe, BOD ie is is 6h Ganlkendte ess 72c, and 74e.
Under full sail, the schooner— This should be a keenly con— ~ t: camineniad ae ;
name unknown — passed close tested game as the visitors are jena ata ela ver teaching YOU CAN STRIPED PYJAMAS, very good quality. Sizes medium
in one re Rede coast of the out aon up for a cents staff in the First Grade Schools. put large. Bult 2.6. ise aie $5.72
island heading north. as against a single victory. ble t : s i
At one time she looked as Spartan will also strive to main— 1, "24 Tope dt oe eed been NOW AFForD WHITE COTTON ATHLETIC VESTS, sleeve-
though she was coming into tain their place as the leading



largely surmounted. That I am
Bridgetown, She however, kept local team. unable to give that assurance is

her straight course. Play should therefore reach 4 the most serious and distressing
For years now a four masted high standard. part of this report. I have been
schooner has not been seen handed two resignations this

around these waters. . e term, and I haye reason to fear

B.R.A. Practice that’ others may be pending.

Frarices W. Smith SS eetiuin, eer pitvoamel “ant f
of ce r ’

. — Shoot To-day understand the moe School still

i 1 “Team ; _ has vacancies. € reasons must

Brings Rice ioe eS. he Barbados Rifle be known to all: neither the sal-

Schooner Frances W. Smith Association will be tried out this Sri¢s nor the conditions of service

arrived at Barbados yesterday afternoon during the practice men of the calibre we require.

with a cargo of 1,500 bags of rice, shoot, and a good attendance of This is not a problem unique to

500 bags of charcoal, 230 un- riflemen is expected. Shoots w'll Barbados; it faces secondary

squared wallaba posts and 44 tons take place at 300 and 500 yds. Grammar Schools in all countries,
of firewood from British Guiana. banks. for the reason that the men. with

POEs OO Oe ie ieee heed elas 72e,
Sizes 38 & 40 .............. S84.

A GOOD SMOKE
AT A GOOD
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SOCKS, turn over-

top anklets, White
only.





we are offering...

433 Cigarettes 20's and Ardath C. T. 10’s and 20's at
cost price in original cartons of 200 for $3.00.





i i i i SINGLE PKTS 20’ vn . 33¢
omne : Taromnaton ere pen bagreart jpeg ee ta NOTE. The prices are only until stocks are es . oo
"Also: Selling yestes ’ ; : - 2 guar ed fresh or money refunded if no’
Also calling yesterday was the DOLPHIN HAUL positions than we can offer. This Cigarette guaranteed fresh or mo

; satisfied.
Saguenay Terminals’ Sunrell is, of course, particularly trge of .



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which brought a mixed cargofrom -\ large catch of 293 dolphins Scientists—it is not a question of e 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET ;
Glasgow and Liverpool. was brought in by the fishing boats righ, it is a simple law of ec oe ; i 1 #

The Sunrell is expected to sail Neptune and Atomie on Thursday nomics. Various attempts KNIGHT \ DRUG STORES :
for Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, on night at the Public Market. The been made to meet the situz J h i We 3
Sunday Her local agents are fishing boats came ashore about —in Trinidad and Bri st L % BMS
Messrs, Plantations Ltd. 10 p.m greatly increased salaries have} are



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SATURDAY, MARCH 17,



1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.



The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknow-
ledgments, and In Memoriam notices is
$1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on oa
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word on Sundays for each |
additional word.

For Births, Marriage or Engagement |

announcements in Carib Calling
charge is $3.00 for any n of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per for each

edditional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m.

DIED

HASSELL—On March 16,
residence, ‘““Torwood’’ Pine Hil,
DAVID HOPE HASSELL. His fun-
eral will leave the above residence
at 4.30 p.m. for the Westburg
Cemetery.

Anna R. Hassell.



17.3.51—1n3

IN ' MEMORIAM





LUTCHER-—In ever loving memory of | City,

Phyllis St. Clair Butcher, who passed
away on March 17th 1947.
Sad and sudden was the call
Of that dear one so loved by all;
Dear the grave where she is laid,
Fresh the memory that"ll never fade.
St. Clair Butcher. 17.3.51—1n

MAYNARD—in
dear beloved husband Egbert Gardiner
Maynard, who fell asleep in Jesus 19th
March 1947,

How I miss him it is unknown
Only Jesus knows,
Rut L trust tet we will meet again,
Never to part no more,

Ever to be remembered by his beloved

wife Mabel Maynard. 17.3.51—1n.



ROACH—IMm loving memory of my
beloved husband Leonard A. Roach,}
who departed this life one year ago |

“Time takes away the edge of gri
But memory turns back every leaf.”
Gladys A. Roach (wife). 17.3.51—1n.

WHITTAKER—In loving | memory of Miss
Irene Whittaker, who was called to







rest on March 17th 1950.
“Dear is the grave in which she is
laid
Dear is the memory that never shall
fade,
Sweet is the hope that agcin we
shall meet,

Kneeling together at Jesus feet.”
Inserted by her dear brother Samuel
Kellman. 17.3.51—1n,

x
FOR SALE
Minimum charge week 72 cents and

96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word Sundays.



AUTOMOTIVE







CAR—1938 Buick ‘‘Special’’ good con-
dition, Apply: Gall. Telephone 8439.

17.3.51—3n,

CAR: One (1) 10 h.p. Ford Prefect

Car, late 1948 Model. 6,000 miles. Con-

dition like new ineluding Tyres and

Battery Dial 2838 for Information.

16.3.51—3n

FOR aay

Minim: harge week
96 cis Buniiye Sk ob ord —_

ae
over
words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a



HOUSES

BOULOGNE-St. Lawrence Gap. Fully
furnished, vacant April Ist. Dial P abor”
17.3.$1--In.

BUNGALOW-—New, ‘a ee Street,
St. John, near Lodge School, All moder:
ecnveniences, Tel@phone optional. Apply:

1951 at his| 4 F. Browne, Massiah Street, St. John.

17.3.51—2n.
EEE
“KEN-ERME” — Seaside residence,
Bathsheba, to approved tenants. Avail-
able April and onward. Linen and
cutlery optional. Dial 2550 for particu- {
lars. 16.3.51—t.£.n.

Le

ROOMS—Large furnished rooms, veny
cool, running water. With or without
meals. 10 minutes walk to Clubs or
Dial 3356. 13.3.51—t.f.n.
SS SE

“SEACROPT", Furnished House, Max-
wells Coast, Christ Chureh, Available
for the month of April, 1951. For terms
Apply Phone 3754. 17.3.51—3n

MARINE GARDENS—New Bungalow
3 bedrooms with running water, built in





loving memory of my| Wardrobes and all modern conveniences.

Long lease preferred. Apply Mrs. Fried-
man, Hotel Royal, 13.3.51—t.£.n, ;



lern Bungalow situated at Bri n, i
B Mod t ighto:

Rock all conveniences. Apply on
premises to Mr. Vere Lewis.

15.3.5%-T. FN.

TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
from February onwards, monthly or
otherwise, 3 double bedrooms with single

Simmons bedsteads, children’s room.
eee room aa lounge, Refrigerato~,
ar servant's room. Apply: Howe.
‘Ring 2626. 13.1.51-+t.f.n.
UNFURNISHED MODERN BUNGA-
LOW—From June ist in ideal part,
Maxwells. Pretty Garden, Bathing.
Fhone 8340. 16.3.51—3n.

VI-VILLA, St.

Lawrence Gap. $35.00
per month.

Apply to D’Arcy . Scott,
17.3.51—2n.

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

pace Me: agra are line on Sundays,
cnarge on week-da;

ond $1.80 om Sundays oe

AUCTION

me instructions received TI will sell
on e spot AT BECKWITH ST

ON TUESDAY 20th at 1 p.m. a ‘double
roofed house 24 x 12 x 8, small house
12 x 8 x 6, shop 12 x 8 x 8 rented out in
rvoms, produces $7.04 per week, land
rent $2.50 per quarter. Land can be





rented. Terms CA
HAMMER SH ON FALL OF
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer,
- ° 16.3.51—4n.



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By _ instructions received, I will sell

a ene
CAR: Morris 10, 1948-49. Exceptional} on Thursday 22nd at the office of the

condition, only 18,000 miles.
oppointment.
zanillo, St

Trial
Nearest offer $1,250, Man-

James Phone 91-72.
13.3.51—6n.

————$$

CARS—Morris 2 Door Saloon, Morris
4 Door Saloon, Ford V-8 Saloon, Ford V-8
Tourer, Morris 12 h.p. Utilivan 1950 Model


































slightly used et reduced price. Dodge
Pick-up just overhauled. FORT ROYAL,
GARAGE LTD, Telephone 4504,
15,3.51—3n
MOTOR CYCLE — Velocette 500 c.c
Apply; W. Rogers, Barber, over J. N.
Goddard & Sons, Broad Street.
17,3,51—2n.
ELECTRICAL,



ENGINE —One Brit Marine Engine
10 h.p. Gasoline or Kerosine. Reasonably
new and in good order. Apply: K.
Corbin, Brighton, Black Roek,

17.3.51—3n.





ONAN—Lighting

Plant, 12-15 volts,

30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and
spares, A. Barnes & Co, Ltd.
LIVESTOCK



SIORSES—2 y.o. Gelding ““Ladyswan"
(Jim Gackerjack ex Sugar Lady) un-
named 2 y.o, gelding Wim Gackerjack
ex Princess Stella). Apply: J. R.
Edwards. Telephone 2520,

27.2.51—t.f.n.

MECHANICAL

er
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS—Limited
quantity of world famous Hermes Baby,
Swiss made. Call early at K, R, Hunte

&: Co, Ltd., Lower Broad Street.
15,3.51-—6n,

MISCELLANEOUS

—————————

AERATED WATERS PLANT — One
Barnett-Foster Filling and Capping Head.
Three Carbonators, (German). Electric
Motor, Shafts Pulleys, Spare Parts, Gas
Tubes etc. All in good order and excel-
lent performers, Apphy to M. Abbadi,
Dial 2297. 17.3.51—3n.

BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel, tn
White, Green, Primrose with matching
units to complete colour suites. Top
grade. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

26.1.51—t.f.n.

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









draperies. By Kirsch, Dial 4476 A.
BARNES & CO., LTD. 13.2,51—t.f.n
——

HEAVY WOODEN COUNTER—23 feet

long, 2 feet wife, 3 feet high. May be
s¢en at Stansfeld Scott & Co. Ltd., Broad
Street. 16.3.51—3n,

SOAP, “CAMAY” & “IVORY"—Just
received a small shipment of “Camay”’
Toilet Soap and ‘Ivory’ Soap. Price
28. per cake. Get yours to-day from
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Ltd. a

16,3,51—-3n,



VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirseh Sun-aire
all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to yorrr
sizes deliveny 3 weeks, Dial 4476.
A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.
13.2,51-—-t.f.n,
PLANTS—A limited quantity of various
Species of Crotons. Dial 3467.
17,3.51—10.



pectinases inanimate
PURLINE & PRINCIPLE 66 x 40 Root
ccvered with galvanised fron in good
condition. Apply to the Old Ice Company.

Prince Wm. Henry Street.
10.3.51—t.f.n.



ee
ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
I» case, good order, Fitt, Se ae
pa nn

by] General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street.

cne Austin
urder seven
in accident).

A-70, 1950 Model, donc!
thousand milés (damaged {
Sale at 2 p.m. Terms

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer,
17.3.51—5n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

ON TUESDAY the 20th we will sell at
the Manhattan Club and at premises
formerly occupied by W. A. Medford &
Co., Prince William Henry Street,

Vegetable Dishes, Plates, Teapots, Milk

cash



Jugs, Cups and Saucers, Meat Dishes,

Saucepans, Pine Chairs and Tables
‘very good), Bar Counter, Gas Ranges
(3 burners), 1 gallon Rum Barrels,
Enamel Sinks, 1 Typewriter, Knives,
Forks and Spoons, (and at W. A. Medford
& Co), 1 Pine Desk, 1
Shelving, Rum Breakers, Boards, Wire
Doors, Electric Fittings,
malade, Pickles, Ale and other Grocew/
se Galvanize Hinges, Marble Top
‘able.

Sale: 12 o'clock, Terms cash.

BRANGER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers.
17.3.51—2n,

REAL ESTATE

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, REAL ESTATE
AGENT AND AUCTIONEER OF MAGA-
ZINE LANE, can offer you real estate
of all descriptions. If you are interested
in buying a house or property, have a
look at his extensive list. Prices to suit
every one, If you cannot get to him
Dial 3743 and he will come to you. ANY-
THING IS REAL ESTATE SEE —

D'ARCY A, SCOTT.
17,3.51—2n,

WALL BUILDING—-On 4,362 sq. ft., at
69 Roebuck Street, Downstairs, Spacious
Store, Store Rooms and Garage. Upstairs-
Four Bedrooms, Drawing and_ Dining











Rooms, etc. Suitable for Business,
Dwelling or Industry. Frontage: 43 ft.,
Depth 100 ft. Concreted right through.

Apply to M. Abbadi. Dial 2297

17.3.51—An.



—_—_——_——.

By public competition at our office
James Street on Thursday, the 22nd
March 1951, at 2 p.m.

21% perches of land at 4th Avenue,
Parks Road, Bush Hall, St. Michael
together with the stonewall bungalow
thereon

Inspection on application to the owner
Mr. Joseph Moore between the hours of
9 a.m, and 5 p.m. except Sundays.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to —

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.
16.3.51—6n.

ee
That most desirable property VICTORIA
orn the seaside near Worthing’s Post
Office, just being thoroughly renovated
with additional land added to it, 3
bedrooms 2 with running water, dining
room, drawing room, breakfast room,
kitehen’ toilet and bath, servants room,
gerage, Electric. Gas for cooking, ideal
locality. Can be occupied irenedietely,
For inspection on further information

dial 8150, 17.8.51—3n,

A pareel of land containing 41,752
square feet situated at Brittons Hill,
St. Michael.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the 30th
day of March 1951, at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,

BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed-

rooms, every convenience includi s

ee
We have in stock Card Board Ege | garden, water supply. As new, £3,

Shells in three sizes, prices
and 26c. These can be used for your
Easter Gifts of Ties, Scarves; Stock-
ings ete., or can be A ee ne
heese, Barley Sugar an er Sweets.

. ie KNIGHT'S Ltd.
35.3,51—3n

————————————
WBE buy and sell household equipment Rock. Vacant with immediate posses-

of all description. Qwen T. Allder, Roe-
buck Street. Dial 2299,

YACHT CONDOR, length 17 ft. beam
6 ft. completely fitted out. Apply: Wicks,







Woodside Gardens. Phone 3189.
11.3,51—4n.
YACHT — Yawl “Frapeda” approx

37% ft. long, with gray marine engine.
Recently painted and in good condition.
Apply: Vincent Burke. Telephone 4569
or 27.2.51—t.f.n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereyy warned against
giving credit to my wife, ELEANOR
GERTRUDE CRICHLOW inee Hoyte) as
1 do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else comtracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed b; me

Signed GAMERON CRICHLOW,
Newbury

St. George

17.3.51—2n







The public are hereby warned

ve credit to anyone ex«
signed by

ed D. C. DR AS

Enterprise, Chris

yaa

writte de

Sigr TON

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32c, 28¢ | Phone 4476.

sion.
3.3.51—40 | Top Rock or ie

16.3.51—t.f. n.

a

MODERN—3 or 4 bedroom house con-
structed in stone having 2 fully tiled
tollets and baths, built in cupboards
throughout the bedrooms, drive in 2 car
gerage, 2 servant rooms, standing on half
an acre of land on Hill, Top

For viewing a] prety Down.

. 14.3,51-—5n.





TAKE NOTICE
KIST

That KIST CANADA,
the

address is 11 Cobourg Street,

for the registration of . trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of non-
alcoholic, non-cereal,
sold as soft drinks and syrups and con
centrates from which such soft drink
are made, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 15th day of March, 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
netice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

trade mark can be seen on application

at_my office.
Dated this 14th day of March,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—2n

| TAKE NOTICE
ANCHOR

THE NEW ZEALAND Co-
OPERATIVE DAIRY COMPANY
LIMITED, a Compeny registered under
the laws of New Zealand, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or busines:
address is Dairy Buildings, London Street
Hamilton, New Zealand, has applied fo”
the registration of a trade mark tn Par
“A” o} in respect of dairy pro-
ducts of all kinds, particularly butter,

1951.



cheese, condensed and evaporated milk, |

eid dried milk, and casein for food,
and will be entitled to. register the same
after one month from the 15th day o!
March, 1951, unless some person shali
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 1951,
H. WHELLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
THE STAG

That JONKOPINGS OCH VULCANS
NDSTICKSFABRIKSAKTIEBOLAG, a
Joint Stock Company organized under
the laws of Sweden, Match Manufac-
turers, whose trade or business address
is 16, Vastra Storgatan, Jonkoping,
Sweden, has applied for the registrstion
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of matches, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 15th day of March, 1951
unless some person shail in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration,
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at by office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 195).
H, WELLIAMS.
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—3n,

TAKE NOTICE
BLACKBUCK

That C. & E. MORTON LIMITED, a
British Company, Preserved Provision
Merchants, whose trade or business ad-
dress is Portsoken House, 156 & 157,
Minories, London, E.C., England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respec:
of sauces, and will be entitled to regist r
the same after one month from the 15th
day of March, 1951, unless some person
shall in the meantime give notice in dup-
licate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark
can be seen on application at my office.

Dated this 14th day of March, 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
15,3.51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
TEXACO

That THE TEXAS COMPANY, a cor-
poration organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Delaware, United
States of America, Manufacturers, whose
trade or business address is 135 Fast 42nd
Street, New York, State of New York,
U.S.A., has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in
respect of gasolines, naphthas, kerosenes,
furnace oils, lubricating oils end greases,
cutting oils, gas oils, fuel oils, hydraulic
transmission oils, asphalt and asphaltic
products, roll roofing, individual and strip
shingles, rust-proof compounds, industrial
and medicinal petrolatum, and petroleum

ax.

Note: The Mark consists of a Red Star
with the letter “T” in green imposed
thereon and is limited to the colours
black, red and green. and will be entitled
to register the same after one month from
the 16th day of March, 1961, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registraton. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my









H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
15.3.51—8n

TAKE NOTICE
CORALOX

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
eddress is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
ULS.A., has applied for the registration
of @ trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of motor driven vehicles
internal combustion engines, accessories
and devices of all kinds for motor driven
vehicle, and engines, electrical apparatus
of all kinds, measuring and scientific
epparatus including spark plugs, spark
plug insulators, spark plug porcelains,
spark plug parts, radio spark plugs,
resistors for preventing ignition systems
from interfering with radio apparatus,
radio spark plug testing devices, devices
end machines for cleaning spark plugs,
abrasive compound for cleaning spark
plugs, ignition cables, terminals for
electrical connections, pumps, combined
fuel and vacuum pumps, fuel pumps,
vacuum pumps, filters, ofl and gasoline
filters, of] and gasoline strainers, speedo-
meters, speedometer driving mechanism,
tachometers for general use, film speed
indicators, ammeters, oil gauges, pressure
operated gauges, thermogauges, tempera-
ture indicating devices and apparatus,
liquid level indicators, air cleaners, air
cleaners for internal combustion engines,
combined air cleaners and _ intake
silencers, combined air cleaners and
flame arresters, intake silencers, auto-
matic chokes, crank case breathers,
instrument panels, revolution counters
of all kinds, odometers, reflex signals,
repair and replacement parts of all
such devices, parts and accessories of
all such devices, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 15th day of March, 1951,
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at my office.

Dated this 14th day of ee: 1951.

H. WILLIAM
Registrar of Trade andl
18.3.51—8n.

office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 1951.





TAKE NOTICE
BOTANY

That BOTANY MILLS, INC., a cor-

poration organized and existing under



LIMITED, »
‘crporation organized and existing under
laws of the Dominion of Canada,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
Stratford,
Province of Ontario, Canada, has applied

maltless beverages;











































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT





WANTED NOTICES











Road 15.3.51—3n} bly not later than the 24th March.

A SALESMAN ~vitn previous ‘experi-
ence, Write stating experience and salary

16.3.51—2n





i, inten oberee week 72 cents and
h cents Sundays 24 words —. over 24

words 5 cents a word week—4 Cents a MOUSE OF ASSEMBLY—CHAPLAIN

word Sundays.
| HELP . APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Chaplain of the
House of Assembly. The salary attached to the post is $144 per
| nia =o as reust have | annum,

vu rmit s :

| Pilling Station, clo F Ticaaee, ae 2. Applications should reach the Clerk of the House of Assem

rs

UNIFORMS FOR MALE NUKSES AND ORDERLIES

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday, 20th March, 1951, for the MAKING OF
UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES for a period
ot one year from Ist April, 1951.

Tender forms will be supplied on application to the Secretary,
General Hospital, and tenders will not be entertained except they are
cn forms supplied by the Hospital.

Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters
from two other persons known to possess property, expressing their

a to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the
con t.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary,

required. Box 22 Bridgetown, Barbados,
10. Or ee aoa ee 3i—fn fb

“YOUNG LADY Stenotypist with k LADY Stenotypist with know-
ledge of office work. Apply

by letter
stating previous experience to

“Agency”,
| P.O. Box 246, Bridgetown,

Pus nein. NaC ee 10.3.51—t.f.ne
|

“YOUNG LADY for our off LADY for our office. Onk
those with previous book-keeping ea
perience need apply
Co, Ltd., Broad Street.



Stansfeld, Scott ¢&
15.3.51—~ Coe e aaa mene os sce n

’

| LAD¥—For general office work witht
| knowledge of Stenography and ayes:
| Apply in writing

Bridgetown.

_—_——

LADY w'th full experience of Hotel

P.O. Box
16.3. 31—en.

to

Gen-



Managément and Housekeeping wishes 3
ost as Manageress or Housekeeper |€'al Hospital. 14.3.51. n, e.o.d,
References if desired. Apply: Mrs. Ward,
P.O, Box 71, Antigua. See ee a Meare
TENDER FOR SUPPLIES
"MISCELLANEOUS



SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12

WANTED
. 2900p INVESTMENT for £3,800 at|© Clock noon on Tuesday, 20th March, 1951, for supplying eee dn
"e. rite c vi

c/o aad easel the following lines for a period of six months from Ist April, 195



(1) FRESH BREAD

(2) ALCOHOL

(3) COFFINS, and providing HEARSE for the burial of the dead
at the Westbury Cemetery .

(4) PURE FRESH MILK, between 150 and 250 pints a day only.

Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application

to the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be

“ibis 2A LY gay mong ne ae except they are on forms supplied by the General Hos-

ery, gold nuggets, coins, miniatures jade,

ou 8 x oe on ES, Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters

20.2.51.—t.t.n con two other persons known to possess property, expressing their
“SABE Ba a a —— | willingness to become in 3
PUBLIC NOTI CE Ss bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the

coutract.
nd 14 conta’ per ena ee aeeaaw Terms of contract and any further particulars may be obtained
minimum charge $1.50 on week-day: |N application at the General Hospital,
and $1.80 on Sundays, 14.3.51.—8n, e.0.d

NOTICE
BYE-ELECTION

PARISH OF ST. ANDREW
More than one candidate having been
nominated to fill the seat of D. A. Foster |
deceased. I hereby declare by intention
to take a poll at the Vestry Room, Belle-
plain, on Monday next March 19th 1951,
commencing between the hours of 8 and
9 in the morning and closing at 4 Pm,

for the election of one member.

Signed W. W. WORRELL,





BOOKS—-Wanted to buy or on loan
for four months, copy ee Book-
keeping and Accountancy” Contact: |.
Way, Tel 4294. ia. ME Oe 3.51—3ir

IMMEDIATE CASH for diamond Jewel for dia
a Oe China, ay tance Shemeia Plate Plate, |»
4429 or call a RRIN > ad-
joining Royal Yacht Club ae
20.2.51.—T.. caaticintibeidaecniensnrgeat eee







INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS, EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,
ST. LUCIA

Applications are invited for the post of Inspector
} Education Department, St. Lucia.

The applicant (who should possess graduate qualifications, pref-
1erably) should be a trained Teacher and should have wide experi-
jence of work in Primary Schools.

of Schools,





Sheriff.
13.3.81--én. The post is pensionable and carries emoluments in the scale of
re seroertones $1,920 to $2,400 per annum by annual increments of $96 plus a Cost
TAKE NOTICE of Living Bonus at the rateaof $192 per annum.

Travelling and Subsistence allowances will be paid in accordance

EMBELIX i with the rates prescribed by local regulations.
That MAY & BAKER LIMITED, + The duties of the post will be such as are assigned by the Educa-
British Company, Manufacturing !

Chamtivn, whee whae oe eee ae tion Officer, and the holder will be subject to the Colonial Regulations
dress is Dagenham, Fissex, England, has | 80d such other local orders as are in force.

applied for the registration of a trade i
mak in Part os" Ge Resieae tS The Inspector of Schools will be required to act as Education
xterc - Picea ee) veterinary | Officer should the necessity arise.

and sanitany substances; infants’ and

invelids’ #oode plasters; matevial “te Free passages for the Officer and his family will be provided in

bandaging; material for stopping teeth,| accordance with the Colonial Regulatio
dental wax; disinfectants; preparations Pulations (he, a magia of

for killing weeds and destroying vermin,
end will be entitled to register the same | €nce

5).
Applications setting out full details of qualifications and experi
sho a uy

shal Will be oftitied to Segiier the ening uld be accompanied by not less than two testimonials and

Maich MEAS,
the meantime give notice in duplicate to} reach not later than
me at my office of opposition of such 3ist March, 1951. 17.3.57—-2n







registration, The trade mark can be
sten on application at my office. —= — seca ae
Dated this erate Seats 1951. |
. A _ 7.
Registrar of Trace Ree. NEW NATURAL GAS ADVERTISE

- TAKE NOTICE DISTILLING PLANT
PAMPA ane above Fiat will now

ensure our Customers with

That MUSICA ARGENTINA E INTER- regular supplies of

SAI igfansa na nabs
BL a limit ja y

partnership organized under the laws of Pure Distilled Water
the Argentine Republic, Merchants, whose

trade or business address is 465, i Syalle lasendses sores: ithaatals

Street, Buenos Aires, Argentina, has} = rena
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respect | ( ———SSSSSSS
of phonographic records, and will be en-








NEW ARRIVALS

PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS














tilled to register the same after one 5 Rubber Ferrules—Hot Water
month from the 15th day of Mareb . Bottles
1951, unless some person shall in the FOR SALE

Poker Dice & Counters
Crayons—Sheath Knives
Dog Brushes, Combs,
Trimmers

Jewellers Price Tags
Drawing Pins

Gummed Price Tags—Labels
Correspondence Cards

Maps, Pens, Nibs

Paper Files—-Key Rings
Pencil Boxes—-LePages Glue

NEWSAM & CO.




meantine give notice in duplicate to me

at my office of opposition of such regis-

tration, The trade mark can be seen on
Nee olin at my office,

ated this 14th day of March, 1951.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade sineEs,
15.

LUMBER, Old Wood, Doors
Windows, Lead Pipe —
Bricks, Stones

Filling in Stuff ete

Apply SPRINGHAM
Next to Colonnade Stores
Whitepark Road








TAKE NOTICE
du MAURIER

That PETER JACKSON (OVERSEAS! |
LIMITED whose trade or business
address is S, St. James's Square, Lender, |
England, Manufacturers, has applied for







17.3.51—2n.

the registration of a trade mark in}
Part "A" of Register in respect of ig
cigarettes, cigars and tobacco and will;

be entitled to register the same afte:
one month from the lst day of March, |
1951, unless some person shall in moe
meantime give notice In duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

That schavl-days com-
plexion can be retained, if

you will give the skin this



Dated this I4th day of March, 1951.
pagiginie of Trade Faris. simple treatment. Dampen
15.3.51—2
“ the skin with water, sprin-
NOTICE

aS ee ed ey 4 kle plain Limolene on, then

by the undersigned not later than the
18th March 1961, for one year from the
25th March 1951,

(1) Supply of Provisions and Groceries
to be delivered at the Almshouse.
Supply of Fresh Cow's Milk per
pint, to be delivered at the Alms-
house.

Conveyance by Motor Transport of
(a) Paupers to the Almshouse from
any part of the parish; (b} To and
from the General Hospital, or =

ESCHALOT

STUART & SAMPSON
1938) LTD.

Do
before retiring.
Very beneficial
who shave...

LIMOLENE 24c, to 72c. a
bottle at your dealer

give a gentle massage.
this just

for those

Public Institution out of the
parisn; (c) Coffins from the Alms-
house and Corpses from the house,

in any part of the parish, to the
Hearse and to the Grave; ‘d)
Corpses from the Almshouse to the
Hearse and to the Grave.

N.B. The Board of Poor Law Guar-j
dians, reserve the right to serve by
bus or otherwise any Pauper who mn
their opinion, can be conveyed by aunt

means,
Signed A, A, B, GILL,
Clerk, Poor Law Guardians,
St. Joseph,
14.3,51—in,

GREEN, BLUE & PINK LAMP

SHADES for Standing and Hanging

Lamps, WAKEFIELD MACHINE
OW in Transparent Tubes

ENGINES, WICKS, and all RE-
FILLS, FUEL, CORD etc for
JETEX' SPEED BOATS,
CARS & PLANES
“a
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
& HARDWARE



NOTICE

Re Estate of /
JAMES HENRY FIELD
Decea:











SUCCESSFUL

AUCTION
SALES

sed

NOTICE is hereby. given that all per-
sons having any debt or claim against
or affecting the estate of James Henry
Field deceased late of Sheldon, Shot Hail, A oO tilt oA tb Oats Oatt0.4,650,
Saint Michael, who died in this island on x %
the 7th day of September, 1950, are re-| ¥
quested to send in particulars of their
claims duly attested to the &





Mortimer Vere Redman, Lindsay Conerete Bell Cast

a Taylor, | »* ii
Ryeburn Gill and Percy ee AES ood

not to

ept by a

the laws of the State of New Jersey,
United States of America, Manufacturers,
whose trade or business address is #4-18"
Dayton Avenue, Passfic, New Jersey,
U.S.A., has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of clothing and will be entitled

Twice to’ register the same after one month
fer mney from the 15th day of March, 1951, unless
is a some person shail in the meantime give
about the time o pa ear rotice in duplicate to me at my office
is the rea} Cause of opposition of such registration, The

and latel on Of paral trade mark can be seen on application
sure sure are: Snares ie A ae 14th day of March, 1951
ae at ted this 14t y of Marc
top and back Renae and above 7” H, WILLIAMS,
je » Marks
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suffer any of these syerptoses, don't
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(formerly known as Hynox), a new
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Pressure with the first dose, takes a
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and strong or money bask, -

ae

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SOUVENIRS, CURIOS,
JEWELS
New Shipment opened

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DIAL
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17 High Street, Bridastows, solicitors, on
or before the 7th day of April 1951 after
which date we shall proc to distribute
the assets of the deceased among the
parties entitled thereto havin’ regard
only to such claims of which “we shall
then have had notice and we wil; not be
liable for the assets or any part thereof
so distributed to any person of whose
debt or claim we shall not then have had
notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their in-
debtedness without delay,

Dated thle 2o0 Ser a Feb: 1951.

01 c fl
LINDSAY ERCIL RYEBURN GILL
PERCY GORDON TAYLOR
Executors of the will of James Henry
Field deceased



WANTED FOR CASH

Used & Mint Stamps

of Barbados and the other Islands
of the British West Indi¢s. GOOD
PRICES PAID at CARIBBEAN
STAMP SOCIETY, No. 10 Swan
4.3.61-~3n





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ualified executors of the will
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APPLY TO Prompt Payment,
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SHIPPING NOTICES







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ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED M.V. “MONFKA” will accept
(M.A.N.2. LANE) Cargo and Passengers fer
4 Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
M.S. “TONGARIRO” its scheduled tol /j Nevic and St, Kitts. Sailing Friday
wil Melbourne February 20th, Sydney \ tOth instant
Februany 28th, Brisbane March 7th, Ar- IV. “CARIBBEE”” will accept
riving at Barbados early April, 1961 “s" to and Passengers for
This vessel has ample space for Hard Demitica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Frozen and General cargo. Neve and St. Kitts, Sailing
Cargo accepted on through Bills of Wednesday 2ist instant.

Leading with transhipment at Trinidad
for

For further particulars apply —
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Cargo and Passengers for St.

Lucia, Grenada and Aruba. Pas-

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Date of departure to be notified

British Guiana, Barbados, Windward
d Leeward Islands.

oo

| M.V. “DAERWOOD” will accept





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BARBADOS, ADVOCATE

W.1. Will Play 5°Tests' 77,.C. Has Best Exam. Results

Qn Australian Tour

Provisional Fixtures Arranged

(From Our Own Correspondent)

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1951









Rheumatism
and Backache

@ From Page 5 trary, we are insisting on a higher matters except to achieve aca-—
team showed an ability to fight standard of scholarship for pro- demic success, The cure of the
back against reverses which was motion to our specialist sixths, but _diseasé lies in the recognition of
Most encouraging a schoo] should create a citizen the fact that the personal qualities







MELBOURNE. M h 16 Many of our swimmers took before it creates g barrister, a off a or eee re im-
i ) NE, March 16. creditable parts in the Water Polo doctor, or chartered account- portant as his intellectual capa-
THE Australian Cricket Board of Control to-night| competitions, and swimming seems ant. Let no parent or ° boy city. It Ww See Se Se ota Aes eana galhisbelseaiy i a K Yi
approved the tour of the West Indies team in Australia| to be very popular in the School gt imagine he is being: educated at Sv otities = Talteped ‘Although | ¢h4s.ail troubles due to faulty kidney action tp
this vear ; |the moment. We put a School Harrison College if he attends only Watties are | he’ exnmina | eee eon ies ee ee aw , I y T SOA ea
a ae ‘ E ; Water Polo team into the water the official teaching hours.’ Let #@ay attention to the examin: frases neem ieee Seema hiss Lammeea, Cacbeeee sy , .
A tentative programme has been arranged for the | against. the Cadets of H.M-S. him not set out only to extract eeieige® candidste for Eves, frequent ‘and Colds, Poor En-
approval of the West Indies. : Devensbire. Ifthe School Lasket- from it what he can get in theyeenployment, my se a py BR ey BE "IMPERIAL LEATHER @ LINDEN BLOSSOM e __ BLUE HYACINTH
Ww. H Jeanes, Secretary of tne _ } ball team did not win, at least the way of qualifications and ad- slinbie 4 ated + he served weil | 4p Nights, go to your chemist today for Cystex oS
Board, said it was proposed that Tom larke Old Harrisonians did, and the con- vancement, for it fs contrary to re! Ce Ck hen tis | Opa Pe ah 4nd wen next week i
€&th of the five Tesis should Jast | stant owns ¢ in the Cadet Corps cr has been a

practices healthy

. q) enthusiasm for the future
Har. Clollege | The Football season has barely

human experience to get some-

Helps Nature 3 Ways
thing for nothing.

The fore treatment is highly scientific, ng
specially compounded to soothe, tone and clean
raw, sore, sick kidneys and bladder and to re-

yaluable member of school teams!
or school societies, if his sports-

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this w ecess. i ias y Pas manshi and his loyalties are ’ deons ‘
eS rome Vas necessary lo ‘ started, but I believe that we have activities, take part in its Societies, an mo qulekiy: a a ue vecciin ae Tack
aecide the seric ee rae ' . z . :
aareePrntey iad cates a a good reservoir of future talent and its Games, and he will be re- n short, if he has shown a real | 5afmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex works ia
The tentative programme is: Champion The short paid. ' these 3 ways to end your troubles: —

coming up the School. The School can provide op- jnterest in others and in the com-

26 and 27 vs sweastl f : . .
October 26 and 27 vs. Newcastle athletic season is now in progress, portunity, but a man’s opportun- junity generally.

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Ocicher 30 and 31 vs. Queen A. A. “Tom” Clarke, Division] We have lost most of those ities are not his circumstance;, to human time: reas ee
w * ° os . . ‘ham f on ereka . siz . 7 : . . ia i Hi @ rid o ith destroying, dead: i~
jand Country XI at Townsvalle | Champion of Harrison College athletes who won us such re- but the use he makes of them. House Victories 1) sonous sclds with which post ayer Nes i
Rovember 3 te. T vs. Queensiang Wi 35 points, was Victor Ludo-| sounding victories recently, so it Atter congratulating the School Enthusiasm to work for a group'/ become saturated.
aaa vt ; ‘um when the College Sports|is possible we shall suffer a the Governor said: larger than yourself is an essen- | (4) Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,
at Brisbanc : 3 zi > Ir h . : a ; protects you from the ravages of disease-
3 : “ -ar, ended at the Weymouth field yes-| temporary eclipse, but we hope regret to say that the future tial element in good citizenship.| @ attack on the delicate filter organism, and
November 9 to 14 FIRST TEST terday atiernnsa s '

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November 16 t: 20 vs. New . Clarke, who also gave a good| ‘The great event of the Sports #8ain issued a warning regardingygehool you should attach yourself 9 Weeks in Hospital—Now Well
wi tek eee he Gs wt performance last year, was only| season is, of course, our Tour to the threat to the maintenance of to your House, take pride in its “! have sugered for five years with Kidney and
south Wales at Sydney defeated i | ae 5s, se, the high standard ft hi : b ‘ood 7 trouble, also Rheumatic pains and Stif,

November 23 to 27 vs. Victoria @feeted in one event. This was}Q.R.C., Trinidad, next month. I _ igh standards of teaching victories. and try to be @ Joints. I was not able to raise my arms and
ioe . hi 27 vs. in the 100 yards when Crane which are essential for the future enough to represent it. As you spent nine weeks in hospital. They said I would |
y rene ex 80 to December 5 "0S¢¢, ahead of him to win in 11 know that there was great dis- well-being of Barbados. Recruit- grow older, you may hope to re~ Younger: well and strong (Sed) J AP

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tr lie at Per ' to 18 vs, West Aus: fopmance at the Inter-School] but the problem was one of funds. _ We have had the same problem jgarned that lesson of loyalty’ you ) trial, and wish 1 had tried it tong ago one saved | 3 :

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; with 28 points, in the consolidation of school 't temporarily by adopting a when you grow up. ~ Guoranteed to Put You Right j recognise for themselves 7
December 31 to January 1 Rudy Webster who _ finished ar n't we icy f shor’t tracts og a
resterer MHRA i ‘ : tud) bs 1 s ; -m lation. Policy of shors-term contracts or Money Back : =
FOURTH TEST at Melbourne. vith 12 points to be Champion of ent Be ance ae bes ncaa which offer higher but non- I should like to say a word to heh Corton trate Sek ileshick ' the consistently superb cut,
January 8 to 10 vs. Tasmania At Class 4, was again magnificent on] ;,oney by producing a play, but Pensionable emoluments and Qld Harrisonians, An Old Boys today. Give it a thorough test. fit and finish of the
Launceston is the field, He won all the events]. 4 yeas | te ant meee passage grants until such time as Society elsewhere survives to some od fol younsin, ereneer,
Janvary 12 to 15 vs. Tasmania jn pis division and perhaps his| We Dave still had to ask for SUP~ the people of Barbados, through extent from the exhilaration of Better in ‘every way, in 94 IDEAL TAILORING
at Hobart. times in the flat races could have|POFt by subscription. It is @ their representatives, are ready reunions, In a small island, where | Wal ts Soueenyecs meee? |
Jaquary 18 to 22 vs. Victoria at ;ean better if he had someone tc] Worthy cause which will appeal t>) adopt the more generous terms almost daily contact is made by) Yepsires @ back if you return the empty
Melbourne _. rival him, In all events he wor |t@ those many Old Harrisonians o¢ goryiee which operate in the members, sore other stimu'us is , package. Act now! ia We will welcome the Op-
January 25 (onwards) FITTH py a wide margin from the othe: | Who themselves took part in these Caribbean and elsewhere, necessary. I suggest it lies in the KIDNEY portunity of proving this to
TEST at Sydney lads ‘ competitions in the past. The “it is only a few days ago that fact that the future of Barbados, ys e BLADD r2 you in our
pT New Zealand Visi Div, 2 Champion | Pitar met io the work ot flat hendmaater of hate ut, Ns o Rl | te cUanarate nonce, ANCA
Mr. Jeanes Said that at the co! Charles Evel vas Che “CT 2 tO > D ospital, who is also lieve side
clusion of the tour, the propose | of ert 2 with ‘2 ee as the Chaplain, the art and music the Chairman of the Headmasters’ and on the outlook of students of TAILORING DEPARTMENT ;
schedule would enable the We t the 440 yards he was defeated by| Classes and scouting, the head- Conference of the Empire, if he Harrison College, In passing, may ;
Indies team to go to New Zealand Carmichael, another lad with| Master concluded. thought that recruitment would I say that if the Constituuon of $565655555$$S999S5SSSS6SSO8 on the first floor of
for a brief tour if they desired. heaps of energy. Evelyn however I comment on the voluntary be possible on such a basis, His the Governing Body is modified, % ’
If the West Indies did not go to carried off the 220 yards with | activities gt some length becauseconsidered opinion was that if an I hope it will be possible to give | & eas
New Zealand, Australia would driving finish and was second in| they are a most important part ofappeal at a high level was made the Old Harrisonian Society some x At St. Cyprian’s Chureh ; 1
send a team there in February tle: 100 yards. a full school education. I spent to the profession, a scheme of official representation. % % & C0., LTD.
—Reuter The Division 3 Championship] over 17 years in a public school secondment might well be possi- | : x The Guild of St, Christopher will %
ended in a tie between Barker ana|in England, where, although I was ble and be successful 5 Recreation — % aenene g 10-13, Broad Street
i Cl b Weatherhead, They each scorec|very enthusiastic about games, ‘ \I have been much impressed | & STAINER’S CRUCIFICTION % ,
Savanah u ten points, Barker won the 100|oth in playing them and coach- Pensionable Staff by Mr. Hammond's reference t0/}§ On sunday next (Palm Sunday) %& 2
y y is T. t and 220 yards races while|ing them, I found it mast neces- 1 eet ee such s.eeenne may the need is a ir el se iy in % at 4.15 p.m. Ngati oer oD
4 ‘ am Weatherhead as first the tes vets fi create a‘ further problem in re- games and recreation and it isy¢ Among the Soloists will be Mrs.
Camis }0urn os High aha Long Jumps. r heh a erenele “ sig # that whee spect of the pensionable staff—as surprising that a school like x Sydney Willock, Messrs. Geo
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS While “Tom” Clarke took the | 224 come to school to learn as well | have found in relation to the Harrison College has not a gym- Se ee a Cee amearee
LADIES’ SINGLES honours yesterday, his rival, Mor-| #8 © Play. Here I find the re- Medical Department, nasium. If the Old Harrisonian] $ Pi. Nor ety vy PBratmwsite ‘base .
girs: Leage beat’ Miss Challenor C—1, io) as outstanding when the| Verse. I feel it most necessary to y can only repeat what I have Society would make themselves % Organist and Conductor: POSTER COMPETITION
is MIXED DOUBLES first part of the programme was | CxPlain _ Setters a said on other . occasions. The responsible for providing that x Mr. Bentley Callender % 4 A
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G. Manning ¢ leted Wednesday after- | % ® alanced education besides salaries and terms of service of amenity and would allow other ALL ARE INVITED } ‘
beat aol jBeniemln and E, A. Ben autre saps tebe ednesday - afte) la eee of proficiency in ce nt professional officers in Barbados well wishers to contribute, 1! Bs aad oa ae
jamin 6 ‘ ourric aie ; “ : 6 é . ¥
Miss Eilee yen a A. Gittens On that occasion Morrison, a (| CU?Ticulum It was of English must be brought up to market would be happy to head the list]? ?9SO%GG%GG9GG 9G GGOSGGG% :
bortatee ae Poriine aad 0 i Goce six-footer, eartied off the “High schools that the scathing comment rates if we are to maintain the of donations. Caribbean Interim Tourist Committee
0-6, 75, 6-3. ; Jump and Shot Put and was!Was made “There is one God, and pre-eminence of Barbados in the I now come to the most im~ | === a,
eres stents oe eee p. patter. Second in both Long Jump and tthe Captain of Football is His Caribbean which Barbadiang have portant feature of a School})t aml etn sa
con beat Miss Savage and Miss Wilson Hurdles. He was defeated in the| Prophet”, but the worship of ex- so long earned and enjoyed. Speech Day. |] would ask the )): ately. Byen7body Posters by local artists wi!) be accepted by the
Sars s last mentioned by James Wil-] aminations is an idolatry every I have referred to the disease Headmaster at some convenient { SERVICE OF SONG
: eens BeVeLes .. liams, whit as pernicious. I am not de- of “examinaftionitis.” Its symp- time to give the School an extra | Barbados Publicity Committee Information
coon Me tee Ke aha Gite The Old Boys’ Race was one of] crying the student; on the con- toms are a belief that nothing else holiday in honour of this day. cae sv, Bit peOtuERs ’
Sisnett 7—5, 7—5 the interesting events of the day respectfully invite you to their Bureau, Pier Head, up to the 2n i
: Son eer ee eae oi - 3 ae a se some of a ro which ' will fake Blace what , , up to the 2nd April, 1951.
tereot 6-3, 6-1, ; WE Chempiane OF THE: school, sud vis . © ® ° SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH. 16TH.
tS saline as ‘Tony Wickham, Austin’ Hus- Cricket Match At | Swimming Spice Russia Knows Soak taser i ets coerce.
LADIES’ SINGLES a » JO rusbands @ ope, , and don't fail to come and. see j j j ‘
Mrs. R. S Bancroft v. Miss I, Lenagan entered. Colle T d | LONDON, How To Win The Hungry Man from ‘Clapham The judging will be conducted by the Barbados
Se Seen eT eee cuke, Jr... Honours went/to Tony Wick- a ‘ge 1o- ay | Swimming is the spice of life ere es Arts & Crafts Society, and th Fn allt
: MIXED DOUBLES ' ham, with John Husbands second] 4 couRTS XI Jed by W. D for 70-year-old Albert Trayler of LONDON Prise of Admhisaion ° raits society, and the winning poster
Afr. and Mrs, R. Challenor v. Miss and Austin Husbands third, ae _.'+ \. | Ilford, Essex County. ‘ tak . a :ENTS 1/6 s
Ramsey, and A, F. Jemmott Girls Race Sea‘y will engage an Erdiston XI} Trayler goes to the Ilford], Soviet Russia is apparenily ae eet OP eee will be forwarded by the Barbados Publicity
Mrs. D. Worme and D, I, Lawless v toy Coll , t an's| 20 @ cricket match which will be} Municipal pool every day and teaching her allies and satellites 17.3.51—1n, *
BED ie ar tante, se Nr 63 Node. aia eT Ai meen played at Erdiston College today.|swims half a mile to keep fit, | POW, te develop winning streaks. pe a Committee to the Executi S t
Mrs. P. Patterson and R. S, Bancro ollege did not let down her) play will begin at 1.30 pm eee : ) Pp ' Moscow Radio reported that| === ive ecretary,
v Mrs, C. 1. Skinner nd A.M, Wilson, school, She entered in the School The Courts X1: D. T. Daniel {It takes him approximately 27 the Soviet delegation of skaters
Miss Branch and W.aA artis - oe Girls’ Race (Senior) and won AF Actey ty : see S , | minutes to cover the d'stance. sich t Meandae Yee CLT. Trinidad
Mrs. A, Warren and W. Be. Fe els of over dic . F, Daniel, A, L, Roach, E. H. Trayler said: an skiers who atte 5656550950559. ’ .
Miss Eileen Bowen and T A Gittens a i Six. , ‘ Thorpe, A. Waithe, W. D. Sealy ae Fase enn ; rr World Student Winter Games at ot g
y, Miss D. Wood and Dr, C. G, Manning. In the Junior School Girls’ ; . I learned to swim when I was ; F di % j
one Race honours went *o St. Wini- (Capt.), J. W. Byer, R. W. Kell- eight years old. I am a teetotal- Poiana, Rumania, have returne x
fred’s School, represented by June} ™#", R. Fitzpatrick, C. Parris and Jer, but smoke an ounce _ of home eee ree. aaa % BARBADOS MUSEUM %
Bratton Wins fit » June Benny Hedge eve day, oe, ike sit he, erie gastos
; The Champion House was D “I have never been ill, and on he rae Tatanty . 12 % . x 229NeSToUw,
W alte wel ht with 16114 points while House E 9 have no aches or pains, thanks viltorios Li taking first olace.” % EXHIBITION OF %
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Johnny Bratton of Chicago won distributed the prizes, A. A. team at Kersington — 5 ns oe after Mime Ws. sl? BER te 1 O RO E PAINT
the National Boxing Aes Clarke, being winner of nearly p.m. ae cee, oe HAROLD C. CONNELL. yi
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1'Ai.l. %  ir.HT IIARUADOS ADVOCATE -HI RDAV. MARCH 17, 1951 WJ. Will Play .VTesisj H.C. Has Best Exam. Results On Australian I our Prorisioeal Fixtures Arranged (From Our Own Correspondent i UELBI rch 16. '! HK Australian Cricket Board of Control to-night appi %  e tour of tl A i mis %  A •• : i imme has be. %  \. !• .I. Ml 1 \. .... 1 ... Uclubrr M Bttd II 1 N %  .i> UN) || XI at 1 %  -i %  in Q i S'cvt-nitxT 9 to Nay ember 16 U U vs. N< Tom Olarke Har. College (Hiampion g> Jirnii Piir 5 nary, we are insisting on a higher matter except to achieve acnteam showed B n ability to light standard ol scholar*).ip for prodemic success. The cure of the bark against reverses which was motion to our specialist sixth*, out disease lie* In the recognition of Wost encouraging school should create a clUcen the fact that the personal qualities Many of our swimmer* took before it create* a ban %  candidate are ju*t as imcrcdllable parts in the Water FJIO doctor, or chartered accountpart-nt as his intellectual capa,i d swimming avem* am. Let no parent or boy c,tv to be very popular In the. School -t Imagine he is being educate i W. I Coltog. I' l %  >. only fV„'" V ?""^ il'.'SSf results of a tamficune for I endeavour to fekeccuin If ..t Khool he old llarruoman. did. and the eonvaneemem. for If U contrary lo S'^KJ^^/,'?' A'^.^Z'ioT 1 e.pe.lerce Jmc^.l^.e^^of'Uool'^.m! Rheumatism and BackacKe Gone in 1 Week of nchuol the moment the water thi %  H.MS him not net out only tu • larrcnsMrt If the School L.iskctfrom it what he can get in tl e SS-.Z !" .7" ball team dM not a/In, :•: toast UM way of qualifications and nfflrial teaching hours IM P* 1 Luxi in I SOAPS HI l l HVaXIVIH m lor ihc future thing for no;hum Let him rather or school societies, if hi %  \ A 'Tom" Clark*, Division ion of Harrison CoUeak with 35 points, was Victoi LudOIMB vrban thu CoUaaja Qparta ,,,. r %  iii. "HcH at the Weyiimuih Held yeHHSI usi [-n|BJ 9tm Clarke, who also gave a good parfai StfMl ant This was the 100 jar '.,., %  %  : ... %  urn* Nivembrr S tt/ December 5 %  I rir.i tnber 1 U 11 \ I B ', i | leaaabar 111. i i* % %  nosed ahead of him to win •ie second above the record. Clarke won th.IM tl" BOH in fine style % %  %  •• %  -if -i .1 UM Inter-School Tjf.-f'jy g.. — -..— — laaanaalMTii .• THIRD r> i Morrisoi points. WabatM who finished 'i 13 point* t be Champion oi -IOFS 4, was 1'gain magnificent on UM field. He won all '.he event: HI. i saber 31 to is mart t January I t.i M %  % %  laaawn II ta IS Tagi h ;(lld pcrhap* his time in the flat races could have U lu r. I* ... m it he had somecn, l( rival him In all avantj he wor Jjiu-.r> :-> ...ii.vir-' %  %  t .. v |dl %  Now Zaalauaa 1 VsflU I>.^. 2 Claauuloa Mr Ji tvalyn -VM Ctiampton Of the lour, the IWOfioael ,.< Division 2 with 22 points In whedulc WOUld • 'tial-lc UM Wi i i hP 44H yard* he was defeated by Indies team to | i"d Canmchael. unoliiei lad wlttl i if they desirwl heaps of energ> Bvatvm howavtl If the Went Indies Hid n't nn % %  ^ptied ufl the 220 yards with t> New Zealand. A\i*tr:.lia vould dl ad wai second in •-inn than In iW ra it n ino yard* —Rculer Tha Divimon ;t Ch,in,,.i..n,h, l ended in | lie between Barker ano Went her hcid Thoy each scoret' ten points. Barker won the 100 '11 • m %  n "d 220 vardrarrs whili Iv'lllllS lOlirnUIHt'lit Weatheihead was fiist in the High nnd Lotiu Jump*. Suvuniiah Club m-nshlp • viand hU lo-Ml'.!! 1 -. The Football laaaon ba, baralj i*ra La UM Hdinnl, help m its •tarted, but 1 believe that w* aava activities, take pan in its Societies. a good reservoir of full %  %  't-a Games, and he will be %  *"] n & hort if he has shown .oming up the School The short paH The School can provide op. interest in others and in the athletic season Is now in progresj. portuntty. but a mans opoortunm unity generally '. lest luoat of iho.-e Hies are not his circumstance •.ho won us such rebut the use he makes of them House Victories %  OUndtUg vi.tofie rac an Uy, BO H Alter congratulating the School Enthusiasm to work lor*i grc is possible we shall suffer a the Governor said: larger than yourself Is lamporan %  eUBaa, but *a bopa >cgrvi to eay t fc at the future tial element in good tiiixenship. ill be temporary '"rentened Mr. Hammond has When %ou are a small boy "" again issued a warning regarding gt" the threat to Ue msintenance ol Xi your House, tak he high standards of teaching victories and nnilth which are essential for the future enough to represent it groat dta> wetl-being of Barbados. Re,-ruitgrow older, you may re tfrow VKSTI i;i)\\ s in -iiiWhil honours yesterday, his rival. Motrisen, was outstanding when th< I Ol the programme U compipled on Wednesday afternoon. On that ofifaalnn llotrlaoo, i six-lootcr. carried off the High flump and Shot Put and was second in both Long Jump and Hurdle*, lie was dafaatad In tha last mentioned t" JameWilliams. The Old Boys' Race „• 0O8 I :lte ir.teroting even^ of the day In this some of the former sprinting champions of the school, such as Tony Wickham. Austin Huslohn Husbands and Hopt. entere> Juna Hill. The Champion House was D wiUI 181'. DOUltl while KOUM I tame second with 79 points. The other Houses in order wee ( TB points. A 71, P 66 and 11 MM points. CHICAGO, March. 15. At the COnctlaston Ukly Savage Juhiuiv Bratti D "f Cnicago won distributed the prizes. A A the Natlo) association ciano, i>cinK WIMMI 'I naaitj i America versn.i cf the world evei %  > i-ven' in 1 i; i' \ -ion. .ai(.'Herwelglit UUe here Ijst night rtad off many cups. when tie gained a split decision The results were as follows ruaari *-f New i iw. VAIUWCIM%  %  *ii*.fi not aij.> M> n Wnod .ltd Dr C Q M l i. and t. A i Mm norriis MrT A CfHMtU %  ml MrV IMIi•on teat Ml* Sa\..f and Mi WIUUI. r. -I. • ; MIS • Hill "II o. li M.inn mid p ateO i'. n.i TDU bl J D Tilriiiiahi" IHI T -a. i-a \> %  K | .iMi A. r Jemg J a Pal roiiAi I IXTI 111 s I UBi siMiits Mil I) S 11*111-. up i Mm I lriiin.ii Ml s -ISUU i, H Mannlfic %  A Cuke. Ji MIMII uoi nullana Mt. H Casinaiaii •• Mix Mi. li ffera .aid U I Lm-leM % %  .',. 1 A OHtSM <><"! J M.K11 -u> Mia I' p.iltrimiii and It S Oanciofi \ M. Wilacn auts Uranch and WAS Cnclil>. Un A W..1111 and W II NatH ana T A OHUm !i Wi-id -i>d Dr C G Brutton W inW elterweigkt Title (N.B.A.) The great ov.n' of tha Spirts ?*"'?. season is. of course, our Tour Q.R.C.. Trinidad, next know that there appointment inat we ucn UfMDsa isstBt and the telention of hign present the Sch >ol to accept the invitation for last quality staff are again prejudiced even if you cannot, yt • 'i v >e should undoubtedly by the poor terms of service port and assist It by > have been rtrongn „t athiatk "ffered by Barbados. .,„,.,. tl „d interest. Orbut the problem was on*, o* fundi We have had the same problem isarned th. These tours are expensive, but I '" ,h medical service of thl* kyill be l_. Ihfly have great value both Islind and we have" had to meet yourself and In the consolidation of school temporarily by ldOptt .. when sntrtt and ir intercolonial rrliitfnnP 0Oe 7 '" snor.-tenn contracts K W'te tt. r To rare !" ""*' hl hc buI no "' shouUi llke to My a Word l "!" !-^f: ^ ILHl,L._ J2. 1..T pensionable emolumenu and Old Harrlsonians. An Old Boys Z^Ll ^.mhSr T* Mt, •£ %  "" rfin1 ^ nl *u*h tin* Society elsewhere iiirv.ves to some we have atlll had to uk for Hip, hc pcop|fl of BarbadOT Ih 0llJ(ll extent Horn the cxhllarat port by lutwcrlption. it is a lnPir repreienUlives, are ready ituniom. In a small island, win worthy cause which will appc' to adopt the more geneious terms almort dally contact is made b; to those muny Old Hat larvsOa which operate in the membeis, jorfle other stii who thenvelvr took part In c r..ul>l)eaii and elsewhere. as*eOfsU7. I suggest it lies in the com|*titlons In the pail Tha u 16 only a few days ago that Igel that the future of Barbado.. Tund is not closed | J4 ked the Headmaster of Christ's Jon future, depends !o a conAfter roferrini to the wort ol Ha pftal leraola extent on the calibre -plain, the art and inu-ic the Chairman of the Headmasters' and on the outlook of students ol classes and KOUtUlf, the headTonlerenc • ol the Empire, if he Harrison College. In passing, may master concluded. thought that recruitment would I .v that If the Constltuuon of I comment on the voluntary be possible on such a basis. Hit the Governing Body is modified. %  oUvitle „i nme lenctfe 1 luia wMs aarod onibloa wag Ihal if an I I ff It wUJ 1* poaaUuato) thry are mofl important part ofapneal nt a high level was made the Old Harrisonian Snc-.ety some a full school education. I spent 10 the profession, a scheme of ofllcial representation. OVOI 17 -ear>r a public school secondment might well be possiin England, where, although I wn I 0*1 *"d * successful Becrealion very enthusiastic about games. „„„•„„, „,I have l^n much lm|>ressed hoth in nlavins them an,i eoaehPensionable Staff by Mr Hammonds reference to in 1 ,, l!T2 ,r I realise that such a scheme n.a> the need for a grater interest In ! Z .iii. ^ ! ^L,T' %  <*•' norther problem in reEmoa and recreation am* it is wry to explain to boys that they rpert of the pensionable ilaff-s aui PI ising that a school like 0" Clar e took thc!l" d Com Cl *T, , JT sf* U h v 'und in relation to tne Harrison College has not a gymas to pay Here I find the reMedical Department Daalum. 11 the Old Harrisonian verse I roe. it mi^t ncrcsary t can ^i, npemt wh at I have Society would make themselves explain that tli 11 ,r. ; n I a rets M w on other occasions. The rcspcnsible for providing that of a balanced gducattOn besides Mlarie* and terms of service of amenity and would allow other :i< li. iciir, m Sl ,nie professional officers in Barbados well wishers to contribute, I eiirrinilom It was of English must be brought up to market would be happy to head the list schools that the scathing comme.it rates if we are to maintain the ol donations. was made "'There is one God. an i pre-eminence of Barbados In the I now come to the most imthe CantOln of F1.0th.HI is His Caribbean which Barbadians have portant feature of a School Prophet", but the worship of ex*o long earned and enjoyed. Speech DayJ would ask the minations is an idolatry every I have referred to the disease Headmaster at some convenient I rm not deof "exsminationlti*." Its symptime to give the School an exlra %  011 the contoms nre a belief that nothing else holiday in honour of this day. atrm*UMi Srlicait wut'ixtanuai. and (BUI* Mll'rl ol you should attach yourself 9 Weski in Haapital—New WeH pride in us 'J m *!**; ***> rf< {^ ** %  •*• • xtdao good Jersev over IB rounds. Bratton had the upper bond throughout mit of the bout. He M-nl Fusuri to the canvas BM short count in the fourth round 1 f rod hiui again for a count H a In lb* tenth. ^^ 1 Under the lermi laid down M kan* I \ lliatton must give 1 base* fa.000 guaiatilce to tight K In New Yolk • %  % %  a due to meet the British c|U 1 1 1 1 cnai wlthbi thf ,:,onths 'fl 1 "? —Ileulcr lC I M.K-n.lr l*1. HUhoi !• -1 interest, t/rcc y^u nav-^ %  -.f-.^g,, rriaaa f aiiaiW" "—' ,ai leson of loyalty you i^U^UW/^iX^S'JS 1 ^ far mre valuable b gg^,VjKaffl *'iVlT irr i safcssaus? jnd to Ue community (*<•.. **i a, 0 P .i, _„ B Griekfll Match At College To-day Swiniiniilg Spice A COURTS XI led by W D Sca*> will engage an Erdiston XI In a cricket match which will lplayed at Erdiston College today Play will begin at 1 30 pm The Courts XI I) 1 Ham. 1 A. F. Daniel. A. L Ko.ich. B. H. Thorpe. A Walthc. W l> Scaly | ie arn ed to wlrn (Capt... J. W. Byer. H W Kell(l ght SuTtS man R. FiUpatrlck. C Parm and ff but smok Den ny %  .'. .1:1.. Hecni.1 101 M li..,-.li*.'. 1.1 gam I. C rvrltn Ifl IT,' \ AHDS ktaj I %  %  %  %  irii iA 11 11.1Hdi In Darker %  %  Jnd ItiiV. Jid. dimming. |C" HI '->• VAtfa < la.. ltrtrd II'. II lla... .IMJi I.I ttihil.1 I Trallir llon'd No. 6 e DO NOT CUT IN WHEN THE ROAD IS NOT YOURS Spair tnuor available by CANADA DRY for Safer >,..UM ill VAIUM CBBB 1 II llti>l>at1< ItSOl IM. marsu iD i %  MUM Di M r> iA> all an VAnns cta 1 %  n y II llaibandi IS4S' In C i)n %  *nd. Ward II Brd *i YAOM I'" %  n.-."i.i MI I. (C M Warm, lJ1. 'P II Hwaal .1. Il> A W.m ivfri. 1.1. naikrr nn vAiins CUu Mn.irn m .H II WVb.t-1 IAMI. 1st, *ri-'r. ... I.11 p BO) 1 !%  tea 1 %  A i*. 1. fod. J llt.al.aiKl. ltd A H 4411 VAHMS Claai 1 Mrtold SSI What's on To-day I'ollre Cturu —10 a m f.renada football team en sugea Spartan football tram at K>Ingt.m — S CINEMAS otsea yainh-ia-u*.*Inrli. -Mi.ui %  *• % %  • tin "i""." lanw. Rralhi •1 .:. 1 1 s a i.y ( i ... riaai Mn.liri..M..i rMaa* 1 a i.....i aidx am I : 9 m. Tra tai 1*1 %  - %  I'Un iCMatMI. Ih. M..I. I,.1.1) ...r., IX)NDON. Swimming is the spice of life for 70—year-old Albert Trayler of Illord. Kssex Countv Trayl.-i goes to the IlforJ Municipal pool every day and swims half a mila to keep fit I It take* him approximately 27 minutes to cover the d stance 1 i*raylcr said: hen I was •a teetotal' lor. but smoke an ounce of tcbacco every day. %  1 have never been ill. and have no aches or pains, thank' to swimming." Trayler sayi he in willing l. swim against any man of Ml age —I N 8 440 YABns la S C Cl-rhr IM The Weather • TO-DAY Sun lllst .: SOT a m sun BatBi 6 11 p m. Moon (Fulh: March J3 l.lchtlog: 1; '.11 .. ,„ High Hater. 1 08 a m 12 19 r ni IISTFRDAY Rainfall itadringtonK 03 In. Total for month in Yesler day: 22 In Temperature tMstx I: Sft.0' F Temperature (Mln )-. 1*0* F Wind lllrrctlon: • << a m ) E N E., (3 inn EN 1 Barometer: (0 a.m.I Z9 955. tl p ml 29 t*3 look your Best /or... ^EASTER I in our ATTRACTIVE I..\SIINii A HEACTIFI'I. MATERIALS Take flood Advice! See Our . SHOES. HATS STOCKINGS t MllikWEAR RRASSIKRFS ler You will surely VOTE for Themr BROADWAY DRESS SHOP PoslUvely For Your Benelll Russia Knows How To Win LONDON. Soviet Russia Is apparenly teaching her allies and satelliti how to develop winning streak: Moscow Radio reported Hat the Soviet delegation of skaters and skier* who attended tha. World Student Winter (James at Potana. Rumania, have returnoj home "victorious." The radio *ald the Soviet athletes "look part in 12 events on the programme, winning 12 victories and taking first place." Recently Moscow Radio reported that the Soviet basketball team which toured many cities in Communist China had returned home after winning every same —I N.8. •liltt 0Pf>t>tiffi HISODOL 13* fcii...-, to — Dial a|u TABLETS HISOIMII POWDER BIM'RATED MAGNESIA 1'imdrr A Tablet* I IVO.VAI EPIIAZONE TABLETS DODD8 PILLS YEA8TVITE TABLETS C CARLT0N BROWNE Wa.la.aJ. a SUUH 0'Bf|UI SERVICE OF INK sr. MM. 1 naoiiitas Ita-'drncr. Twerdaldr Mocid oi\ SUNDAY Sr.XT. 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ESTABLISHED 1895



Par bados



Tories Want W.1I.
To Run WarPlants

(Â¥rom Our Own Correspondent

LONDON, March 16.

DURING today’s five-hour debate on the question
of the expansion of Colonial Forces, Opposition
member L. D. Gammans (Hornsey) suggested that

the West Indies and oth

er colonial territories could

help in the defence manpower problem of the
Commonwealth with running factories for war

equipment.

"Subsidy For
W.I. Shipping

(From Our Owm Correspondent)
LONDON, March 16.

There could be small arms fac-
} tories, he thought, and he . citec

a boot and shoe factory in Jamaica
which he suggested might be en-
larged,

Mr, John Strachey, Minister for
War, replying said that at this
~tage in the economy of the werld,
what was wanted in the colonies

Present. and future Colonial} ¥9* the development of prima
Development projects in the West | Products — primary, agricultural
Indies and the Bahamas it is|@%d mineral production. Mr.

understood are now being discuss~ | cane was not satisfied with
this

ed in London,
studying venert >
Cabel,
London for the West Indies, who

C.D.C. officials are

of Mr. RV.

!
Controller of C.D.C. in!e smait

answer and interjected
“wevldn’. it ke pessible fo set up
arins factory either in

; Berbados er Jemaica where there

has just returned from a visit tu is surplus labour?”

‘Se territories,

_ Although dicezssions are secret,
it is believed that top priority 15
being given to the question of
improving shipping services be-
tween the United Kingdom and
the Southern Caribbean.

Mr. Cabel has seen for himself
what difficulties the shortage of j
passenger accommodation
caused and he is concerned that
there should be a speedy improve—
ment.

For some time the C.D.C. offi-
cials here have been talking over
with interested shipping compan-
ies Ways and means of improving
services.

As a result of these talks the
Corporation are understood to
favour the view of the Common-
wealth Shipping Committee in
their report of 1949 that a sub-—
sidy will be necessary before
adequate service can be provided





Deputies Protest
To U.N. Secretary

BENGHAZI, March 16.

The Cyrenaican Chamber of
Deputies protested to Trygve Lie,
United Nations Secretary General
to-day, against the recent attack,
on the Cyrenaican delegate to the
United Natidns, Advisory Council]
for Libya, by the Egyptian dele-
gate. .

Copies were sent to the United
Nations Commissioner for Libya,
Dr, Adrian Pelt, and to heads of
all Arab Governments.

The message requested the
withdrawal of the Egyptian dele-
gate and said the Egyptian Gov—
ernment should bear any conse-
quences arising from his attitude.

The message also asked the
United Nations’
Libya-to ‘exercise his powers and
prevent members of States repre-
sented on the Unitéd Nations
Council for Libya from adopting
an “extremist attitude”.

Lagt week the Egyptian dele—
gate Mohamed Kamel Selim Bey
branded the Libyan National
Assembly as an “illegal undemo-
cratic contraption”.

—Reuter.



Commissioner in |

Mr. Strachey insisted that
primary production was more im-
portant and he pointed out that
on the whole, industrial production
was something Europe and Amer-
ica could’ look after.

Another. question raised by

has | Gammans in respect of the West

Indies was why if they really
wanted men to enlist in the RAF,
they could not enlist in home
islands. Gammans suggested that
‘in Jamaica or other colonies men
could be medicaliy examined and
a Trade Board could be sent out
to them to carry out trade testing
for services.

Why Not?
The Government seemed never
to have thought up till now,

Gammans said, of the possibilities
of direct enlistment in the three
armed forces from the colonies.
Why not? +

When the question was raised
as to. why colonials could not
join the Royal Navy from their
homes, the Minister of State, Mr.

John Dugdale replied it was be- | John’s

OFF TO SILVER JUBILEE
sce



LEAVING for Trinidad yesterday afternoon by B.W.1LA. to attend the Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
culture Silver Jubilee colebrations were, Mr. F. L. Walcott, M.C.P..° Mr.
Mottiey, Mr. A. de K. Frampton and Prof. C. G. Beasley. The little girl in the picture is Mary Ann

SATURDAY,



\

Shepherd returning to Trinidad for the Easter Holidays.



FOURTEEN KILLED: 20
WOUNDED IN CRASH
12 MONTH OLD BABY AMONG DEAD

DONCASTER, Yorkshire, Marci 16.
Rescuers with flame cutters searched through twisted metal
here today to reach dead and injured in an express train

ages

Dutch Governor
Visits Antigua

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, March 16.

The Dutch flag was flying at St.

Harbour Master's office

cause the Royal Navy was based }thit nf -ning when His Excellency

in the U.K.

Dr. Leonard A, H. Peters, Gov-

Belfast member Mr. H, Hyde in |ernor of the Dutch Antilles, his

seconding’ the original motion re_ | Wife

Lady Geertruida Peters,

gretting the Government’s failure | their two daughters, Captain R.
to facilitate the additional use of | Vanderbeek, Adjutant Officer to

colonial volunteers, paid tribute
to the excellent contribution of
the West Indies forces not only
in two world wars, but in battles
going back to the eighteenth cen-
tury.

While the Minister for War con-
ceded there was a sound case for
developing Colonial Forces, he

the Governor and Mr, Hans Her-

. Public Relations Advisor to
the vernor, arrived from St.
Eustacius on Her Majesty’s 1,300
ton frigate Vanspeljk under com-

mand of Lt. Commander K, J.
Roberti, ten officers and 130
ratings. ,

They were met aboard by

made it clear in his speech to-|Major Martin Hicks, Governor’s
wards the end of the debate that |4-D.C., Harbour Master V. Blan-

Neither Strachey nor Dugdale
gave any indication of concrete
measures being taken regarding
Colonial Army development and
Brigadier Low, a Conservative for
Blackpool North, commented in
the closing of his speech on “the
variety of genial statements” on
the subject by ministers in recent

there would be no rapid or dra-|chard, Asst. Supt. R. Burnhard
matic expansion of these forces, |@®d Administration Secretary E.

O, Henry. The party landed at
10 a.m, and was met by His Excel-
lency Mr, K, W. Blackburne, Mrs.
Blackburne, Mr. A. F. Turner,
Dutch Consul and Commissioner
of Police Colonel Branch,

The Dutch Governor inspected
a police Guard of Honour under
Asst. Supt. Bunting, The Police

months without explanations as to] Band played the Dutch National

what was holding things up.

Anthem and the party motored

An amended motion submitted|/to Government House but were

crash.

Fourteen passengers died and 20 others were hurt, some

seriously.

The train bound for London hit a stonewalk when passing

through a tunnel bridge.
The coach that hit the brid
other carriages off the rails.
five women, and a baby.

Jailbreaker Killed
~ In Gun Battle

ST. JOHN’S, Arizona, March 16,

Jail—breaker Dewey Battershaw, | police and railway workers work-
21, fell dead before the guns of | €d frantically with saws, axes and
Northern Arizona Sheriffs’ Depu-| acetylene cutters to reach the
ties in a roaring wild west battle | child,

eight miles from here last night.
His brother Clifford, 17, and a
companion were captured,

All three were wanted
escape from gaol at Omaha,
Nebraska, on March 4, when the

younger Battershaw, wielding a | helped
pistol helped the other two to | Screams

break free.

The fight here ended in a battle
from tree to tree across



‘|woman shouted for her baby as

for | Were on thelr way to a wedding.

the | Just before the



MARCH 17, 1951



E. D. Mottley, M.C.P., Mrs.

ge buckled up throwing eight
Those killed were eight men,

Doctors working in half light of
\ the funnel gave injections to pas-
sengérs with their limbs wapped
in. #the «wreckage. One young

She was carried away. Guided by
a teddy bear and shawl, firemen,

A whole family—a man’ his
wife and a 12—month-old baby—
were killed in the disaster. They

Uninjured passengers and some
with blood streaming from cuts
in the rescue work as

of the injured echoed
under the bridge.

One woman passenger said that
erash the train

cedar-studded countryside, high— began to rock dreadfully.

way patrolmen chased the wanted
men’s car through the town,

She added “we all knew some-
thing was going to happen. Then

It accelerated, careered wildly| there was_a terrible bump. We
down the highway and plunged} were thrown out cf our seats and

_—_———

divisions to Europe

The main argument centred on |
the Republican challenge to
President Truman’s powers to
commit troops without consent
of Congress.

Connally opened the debate for
the Democratic Administration
by, declaring that if commitments
of troops were blocked, a “shud-
der would run through the free
world.”

Appeasement

The Texun Senator defended

the record of European Allies In







PRICE : FIVE CENTS



ed Chinese Fall Back
Behind 38th Parallel:

Yanks Cross

50 Allied Divs
Would Deter
Red Attack

WASHINGTON, March 16.
Senator Tom Connally, Foreign
Policy spokesman in Congress for
he American Government, told
he Senate to-day that 50 to 60
veli-~cguipped Allied Divisions in
Europe with air and sea support
ould deter a Russian attack.
Cennally was speaking in a
‘ace on American troop commit
ments to Europe.
There appeared to be
Senate agreement to
sending four more

je.

general
endorse
American







building
strength.
It was “appeasement of the
worst sort” and counsel of despair
for some Republicans to suggest
that sending the proposed divis-
ions would provoke
attack, he declared,

up their defensive

Russia to

Troops were bejng sent in the
interest of United States Security
because a

weakened Europe

would be a standing eel
“to Soviet aggression.”

Before the Senate were two
resolutions endorsing sending four
divisions but suggesting that Con
gress should be asked to approve
any future troops commitments.

One would require only Senate
action and the other called for
action by both Senate and House
of Representatives,

Reuter.

ne ge ee nd

West Germanty’s
Occupation Bill Up

FRONN, March 16,

Western Af.es have presented
an Occupation
£550,000,000 for
year.

This is £183,000,000 more than
for the current year. An increase
was expected because of the cost
of Allied reinforcements in West
Germany,

The new tax amounts to 6.13
per cent of the National Income.

Dr. Kurt Schumacher, leader
of the West German Social Demo-
cratic Opposition told Reuter this
afternoon: ‘The increase of the
occupation costs budget, without
un explanation of the manner of

Cost
the

Bill of
coming tax

Han River

(By JOHN COLLESS)

CENTRAL KOREAN FRONT, March 16
(CHINESE COMMUNISTS appeared today to
have withdrawn their main force above the
88th Parallel. Senior United Nations officers said
they did not expect more than a stiff delaying
fight south of the border.

Chinese, fighting
advance over the Hon

to delay
hon River, fell back today

through bush fires lit by United Nations shelling.
American troops in this area, supported by heavy
artillery and air attacks, continued to move meth-

odically on their objectives.

Russia Feeds
Dogs Better
Than Slaves

U.N.E.S.C.O. TOLD

SANTIAGO, Chile, March 16.

Russia’s police system has kept
slave labourers on near-starvation
diets in prison . camps. while
directing better feeding for dogs
used to hunt them down, the
United Nations was told on
Thursday.

Documents in Russian, describ-
ed as authentic, were presented to
the U.N. Economic and Social
Council by representatives of the

World's Free Labour Unions in
another phase of what appeared
to be a estern offensive on the

slave labour issue,

The presentation followed Brit-
ish and American challenges to
the Soviet Union to approve
worldwide investigation of slave
labour in the Soviet Union, or by
silence to confess the U.S.S.R's
guilt.

U.S. delegate Walter M. Kot-
schnig in his speech accused Rus-—
sia of starving and torturing mil-
lions of slave labourers and
quoted from what he said was a
1941 Russian plan which showed
“more than 14 per cent of capital
construction planned for the
MoS SR. in 1941 was to be the
work of forced labour.”

Kotschnig gaid estimates of the
number of slave labourers in the
U.S.S.R. now ranged from the
cautious figure of 2,000,000 to
20,000,000.—~(CP)

PUERTO RICAN JAILED

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, March

16.

Pedro Albizu Campos, 63-year-
old Puerto Rican Nationalist
leader, was sentenced today te
seven to 15 years imprisonment
with hard labour for attempted
murder in an abortive revolt here
last October,

An appeal has
the Supreme Court

been filed in

~-Reuter

LUNCHEON FOR AURIOL

PARIS, March 16.

American marines captured
Hongchon about 20 miles south
of the parallel yesterday. With
Chunchon about 15 miles north-
west, it had been regarded as the
main point of Communist strategy
yn the central front,

A rocket battery went into ac-
tion in the Hongchon area to-day
for the first time. With one belch
of flame, it hurled 144 high ex-
plosive rockets on to.a Chinese
held ridge north of the town.

After, the infantry walked on to
the ridge and occupied it with-
out firing a shot,

\Other American troops north
of Hongchon took the hill-top ob-
jective with the same ease.

American troops west of Hong-
chon advanced to-day and were
to-night north of Sanghwaye on
the road to Chongchon, the last
Chinese supply base in central
South Korea.

On the western sector Ameri-
can troops continued to pour
across the Han River, taking hills
east of Seoul, South Korean capi-
tal.

South Korean troops moved
through the battered capital into
positions to the north. They met
opposition in only one place.

United Nations forces picked
their way. through extensive
minefields covering roads and
ditches.

General MacArthur announced
to-day that Communist resistance
on the central front had stiffened,
but had failed to slow the “relent-
less forward movement” of Unit-
ed Nations ground forces. But
he advised South Korean Presi-
dent Syngrtian Rhee nét to return
to Seoul yet, because Communists
had “suffered no decisive defeat.”

Reuter.

PROTEST ARREST

LONDON, March 16.
‘lue Czechoslovak Peace Com-
mittee has cabled President
Andrei Truda of Uruguay pro-
testing against the arrest of
Armando Gonzalez the Leader of
the National Peace Committee of
Uruguay, and demanding his
immediate repatriation according
to an official Seviet News agency
message received here in

London.
~—Reuter



the American

off the road. Three men climbed | some people were hurled through

i iol President of the
out and ran off into the bush fir-; windows". an hones’ ea 0

its expenditure or of the situatiot |
} ; : French Republic was Guest of! TELL THE ADVOCATE

by Government supporters calling} shortly after seen shopping in of German finances, is senseless

Talks Adjourned

i i ibil- i ing as they went. - Another passenger said thel and embittering.” Hpnour at a_ luncheon — given’ THE NEWS
a ope om oo we bis i . hei “carriage seemed to rise in the “This method shows that the|ioday by~ diplomats of Latin-, DIAL 31138
BONN, March 16. | ity of raising further forces in the] The two Governors and_ their More «police rushed to the| .; ne a passe ae i Pars in vie f hi
i { istoric r air and come apart and the next} Germai people are not being America n Paris, in view o is DAY OR NIGHT
Talks between three Western | colonies and dependencies among| parties motored to the his scene. The desperadoes took cover ule s4: whe-eil ss of wreck- | treated on a basis of equality.” coming fourney to America
powers and West Germany on the |H.M. subjects “to serve in the cause} English Harbour, Junched atjpehind trees and undergrowth, acl? ‘At almost ‘i ane - o 18 —Reuter r Reuter
German contribution to ajof democratic freedom’ was|Clarence House, visited Shirley|Finally as they moved on’to a| °2°: ‘ spot 18 : ,



European army were adjourned
today until April 6 to enable all
parties to consult their Govern-
ments.

adopted by the majority in an un-| Heights, journeyed to the luxuri-
usually well-filled House for a|ous Mill Reef Club for tea and
Friday debate. The original mstion | returned to.the city at 6 p.m.—
which was not accepted, was sub- |having completed a 50-mile tour

people were killed in a train crash ' —

atte NOT YET A MEMBER |
PARIS, March 16.

ridge, patrolmen pinned them
down with riffe fire. Two Sheriffs
mounted on horses swung around
the flank of the ridge and crept





j i i i i i J ; 2 * he Committee of Ministers of 2
ib of the four-| mitted by Ulster unionist Mr.|0f the island. This evening the/yp close behind the men, The a T he tp
sae eS was eds MecKibbon and expressed regret at Dutch Governor and Party were|elder Battershaw was aiming One Killed; 30 Hurt the Council of Europe today de- a C fo 6A e riewads aay
stood to be the problem of finding | Government’s failure to facilitate | At Home on board to the Lee~|carefully at patrolmen, when one

accommodation for Allied troops
in Germany.—Reuter.

the additional use of Colonial |W@"4s Governor and 50 guests.

volunteers.



Three-Week Truce In
Grenada: Strike Called

* (From Our Own

Correspondent)
GRENADA, March 16.



1948 Declaration
Is Not A Basis

For Negotiation {

BELGRADE, March 16. |
The Government newspaper!

Politika here said today that re-

ERIC GAIRY after his officially sponsored broadcast | affirmation of the 1948 Tripartite
yesterday unequivocally instructing all agricultural work-

ers on strike to report for

later addressed workers at a meeting at the Market Square |“lead to deterioration of relations| Uder permit.

work on Monday, three hours

Declaration on Trieste in a com-
munique on this week's Anglo. |
Italian talks in London would

repeating this as well as a plea against acts of violence but between Yugoslavia and Italy.”

set a three-week truce period for a satisfactory settlement |

of the issue and in addition

notified that he will call a gen-

eral strike of domestic servants on April 1, demanding a 50
per cent increase of wages. He ordered a boycott of a
certain business house because of the alleged unfriendly
attitude of the manager to workers of his movement.

He also mentioned by name
persons considered inimical, and
on the political side he said he
was considering the difference of
opinion expressed by a large num-
ber of union members who are
shifting support either for C. A.
Lowe, a St. George’s businessman,
or Daniel Radix, recently returned
from Howard University, instead
of Hon. T. A, Marryshow, for the
constituency of the capital in the
coming General Elections. There
were occurrences during the samc
day_in the country districts.

“They are causing observers
grave concern for the immediate
future of the situation and many
believe that Gairy has created a
Frankenstein which will hit back

Still others prefer to await
events of the momentous week
ahead.

Last night the overseers’ house
at Boucan and a cocoa sweiter at
Belmont Estate, St. Mark's owned
by Hon. Cc, A. O

burned. down. The house of}
Victoria Modeste of Tivoli, St
Andrew’s was also fired
Yesterday in St. Andrew's Paris!
‘ of Bout 70 invaded
e Estate owned by Henry



Phillips were!

Ogilvie, and demanded from the
overseer Herbert Canning the keys
to the estate, a gun and money.
He handed over the former and
ten shillings and the marauders
helped themselves to five bags of
nutmegs and one kag of mace but
they disappeared before the police
arrived.

Mrs. Inez Munro, M.B.E., pro-
prietress and ietired Island Guide
Commissioner on the same day,
while going on to Mt. Carmel
state io take away her elaer
sister Mrs, Pearce to a place con-
sidered safer was stopped by a
crowd of about 150 who opened the

}car she drove, demanded mon zy
and took out a gum. She was later
granted passage. On her return
to Brandon Hall her property,
she found a crowd of 50 to 60 whe
demanded the keys to her boucan
which she refused and entering
| the house she notified the polire

}Lut by the time they arrived tne! eguse to-morrow by

jm b had left.

}there intended to march to St
| leavid’s Court House to demand
| the release of eight persons arrest
lie t Marlmount Estate

@ On page 3



ed ear

(basis for negotiations

Reverting to yesterday’s Latante|ond testify
affair, it is understood that a crowd! charged

The 1948 declaration, (which

| recommended that Trieste territory

should once more come under
Italian sovereignty) cannot be the
between
Yugoslavia and Italy as it is a
unilateral imposition of an unac-
ceptable solution to this problem”
the paper said.—Reuter,



|
BustaCallsGovernor |
As His Witness

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca.; Mar. 16

Jamaica’s Acting Governor and
Acting Colonial Secretary have
been subpoenaed by Hon. W. A
Bustamante to attend the Resi-
dent Magistrate’s Court on Mon-
day as witnesses on his behalf in
a case brought against him aris-—
ing out of the recent Worthy
Park Sugar Estate strike called
by the T.U.C. This unusual step
has caused the Attorney General
to get an Order made by the
Supreme Court for Bustamante
through his lawyers to show the



the strike



Sheriff shot him dead.
others surrendered.

Then the

—Reuter.

Await Details
On Manganese

JOHANNESBURG, March 16

Manganese companies are await-
ing the publication of the Govern.
ment gazette for details concern~
ing yesterday’s announcement that
exports of manganese from South
Africa will be prohibited except
Meanwhile it is

believed that current contracts

with overseas countries will not
—Reuter.

be affected.



TEST MATCH

New Zealand won the toss
and batted. At tea the score
was 212 for 3; Cox 16, Sut-
cliffe 116, Reid 50, Wallace
n.o. 15, Hadlee n.o. 5, extras
10.



In Train Crash

RIO DE JANEIRO, March, 16.

One died and 30 were injured,
some seriously in a train crash to-
day. The train, Government
operated, was derailed shortly
atter leaving Rio on the way
to Minas Geraes state.

Eight cars, four carrying
passengers, overturned after
jumping off the rails. The only
fatal victim was a woman who
was. decapitated by the wheels of
one waggon. Several ambulances
removéd the injured to nearby
public hospitals. —Reuter,



Two Shot Dead

SINGAPORE, March 16.

Two Chinese guerillas shot

dead by security forces in Selan-

‘gor last Wednesday were identi

fied today as 19-year-old forme
‘high school students

‘ Guerillas killed two constables

and wounded two others today
‘when they opened fire on a
police post in the Jasin area
of Malaya.

—Reuter



Ten Die As Ship Explodes —

NAPLES, March 16.

An Italian oil tanker exploded,
broke in two and partially sank
in Naples harbour today, killing
ten and injuring 41, according to
unofficial reports.

Six bodies have been recovered

There were many injured
among the crew and 100 workers
cn board when the explosion
eceurred in the tanker Montaller-

which these |8te (10,408 tons),

jofficers should attend the court| The tanker had been under re-
Bustamante has been | Pair in Naples Harbour.
with disturbing the The bodies of two men who
neace and for several breaches| were working on the tanker wer
{of the constabulary law rising | found on the deck of the cruiser
}out of a speech made in a public|Attemdolo, 175 yards away
latforr at Worthy Park during The explosion almost complete



|



poop and

= FRANCE, March 16

cided although “sympathetic” te
Western Germany's application for
full membership, to defer the ques-
tion until it had received the
opinion of the Assembly’s Stand
ing Committee. The Standing
Committee is not due to meet until
April. —Reuter.

100 RESOLUTIONS

PARIS, March 16,
One hundred draft resolut ons
for “elimination of causes of the



present state of international
tension’ were delivered to Rose
Palace today by Communist

sponsored “peace council of the
Paris area.”

Resolutions urged deputies,—
O “make concessions to promote
a Four Power Conference.

~Reuter

9 BURIED ALIVE



Nine miners were buried alive
by a fall from a rock in a coal mide
at Messeix today. Two escaped

by climbing up a shaft, Rescue

workers are attempting to reach |

the remaining seven

Reuter



bridge which sank leaving the
forward half with its’ oil tanks
afloat tied to the dockside.

Windows of houses ail round the
port. area were blasted by the
explosion, People were evacuated
from the area for fear that two
more fuel tanks in the forward
half of the vessel might explode

Three officials said that the éx-
plosion was probably caused
when fumes from the ship’s own
fuel supply were ignited by an
acetylene torch. They excluded
the possibility of sabotage

Firémen worked for an
oring the flames fror the explo

ion und ntre¢



One hundred me ere workin

in the ship when she blew up
Rescue workers. were to-night |
searching wreckage and waters { |
the harbour for Lodies of other
men feared killed,

Two months ago another Italian
tanker, 5,500-ton Luisa blew up in
Venice harbour killing two people

Thousands of Neapolitans who
fied in panic at today’s explosions
doubtlessly recalled the disaster of
March 28, 1943: when a cunningly
placed stick of gelingnite caused

the 10,000-ton Cuterina Da Costa
to blow up with 200,000 tons of |
aerial bombs and hundred f tons
of ammunition

Forty x ople t é

d ove 250 j Reuter t

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PAGE TWO









OFF yesterday afternoon to Trinida* for the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture Silver Jubilee
celebrations were Mrs. J. Mahon, Lady Saint, Sir John Saint and Hon. Julian Mahon. M.L.C.

IS EXCELLENCY THE GOV-
ERNOR accompanied by
Lady Savage and his Private Sec-
retary, Major Dennis Vaughan
attended the Harrison College
Speech Day and Sports Day yes-
terday.
Among those present weré the Hon-
ourable .the Colonial Secretary and Mrs
R WN. Turner, Sir rald Wight, Mr.
Justice J. W. B. Chenery, Hon'ble Dr.
A. 3S. Cato, M.L.C , His Honour the
Speaker Mr K WN R Husbands, Mr
G. H. Adams M.C.P. and Mrs Adams,
Mr E C M_ Theobaids, Mr F C
Goddard, MCP, Mr. and Mrs. D. G
Leacock ‘Jnr.), Hon'ble and Mrs F E
Field, Mr. and Mrs D S_ Payne, Rev
BN Y Vaughan, Rev. C C Conliffe,
Mr and Mrs. E 8. § Burrowes, Mr
Cc. & Skeete, Mr and Mre L. H
Skeete, Miss Trimingham, Mr and
Mr J L Nicol, Major M L D
Skewes-Cox, Rey and Mr A. Bo-arm-
strong, Mr D. Cumberbatch, Mr. J 1
Smith, Mr and Mrs W H_ Farmer,
Mr and Mrs L A_ Walcott, Mr. Ger-
ald Hutson, Mr and Mrs H R_ Tucker,
Rev H J Hutchinson, Rev G. L G
Mandeville, Mr C V.H_ Archer, Mre
C W €E Archer, Dr and Mrs J E
Walcott. Major and Mrs A 8S. Warren,
Dr and Mrs F N Grannum, Mr. A. W
Roberts, Mr H W. Carter, Mr. A
Douglas-Smith

Quick Work

IR GEORGE SEEL, Head of
Development and Welfare in
the West Indies returned from
Washington and New York yes-
terday afternoon via Trinidad by
B.W.1I.A. He was away for about
ten days. He also v/sited Jamaica.
Sir George left New York at
midnight on Thursday and was at
Seawell before 4 p.m. yesterday.

Just In Time

Me IDRIS MILLS, Manager of

the S.P.C.K. and member
of the Barbados Dramatic Club,
returned from his week's visit to
B.G. yesterday afternoon by
B.W.I.A. just in time to see the
Dramatic Club’s final performance
of “A Murder has been Arranged”
at the Empire Theatre last night.

May Visit Grenada

RRIVING trom ‘Trinidad yes-
terday afternoon by B.W.1.A.
were Mr. and Mrs. H. N, Steph-
ens of Minnesota. Here for a
short holiday they are staying at
the Crane Hotel.
Mr, Stephens is Director of Re-
search of Minnesota Mining and
Manufacturing Co., in St. Paul.

If the Grenada situation clears
up they plan to go there on a short
mople, (6)

visit,
3 seen to do thi

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For I.C.T.A. Celebrations

EAVING for Trinidad yester-
day afternoon by B.W.I1.A.
to attend the Imperial College of
Tropical Agriculture’s Silver
Jubilee Celebrations were Sir John
Saint, Barbados’ representative on
the Governing Body of I.C.T.A.,
Hon, Julian Mahon, M.L.C., Prof.
Cc. G. Beasley, Financial Adviser
ito C.D. and W., Mr. E. D. Mott-
ley, M.C.P., Mr. F. L. Walcott,
M.C.P., and Mr. A. de K.
Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to
C.D. and W. ‘

Lady Saint, Mrs. Mahon, Mrs.

Mottley..and Mrs. Waleott, ac-
¢ompanied their hushands to
Trinidad,

After attending the celebra-

tions, Sir John along with Mr.
Stanley Kinch, who is already in
Trinidad, will act as advisers to
Mr. F. A. Bishop, Controller of
Supplies at the forthcoming Rice
Conference to negotiate a new
Rice Agreement between B.G.
and the colonies she supplies rice
The present agreement expires
next January. Prof. Beasley will
also attend the Rice Conference,

From Connecticut

R. AND MRS. CAREY

MORSE, who were intransit
through Barbados a few days ago,
returned yesterday by B.W.I.A
from Trinidad. Here until about
March 24th, they are staying at
the Colony Club, Mr. Morse, who
lives in Connecticut does statisti-
cal research work.

American Lawyer

R. GROSVENOR CALKINS,

a lawyer of Boston and Mrs.
Calkins arrived on Thursday
morning by the Lady Rodney
for two weeks’ holiday and are
staying at the Marine Hotel.

They told Carib that it was
their first visit to the island and
they were looking forward to an
enjoyable holiday,

Back To B.G,

{ R. JOHN GROVES son of
Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Groves
of B.G,., was a passenger on
P.W.1.A’s B.G. flight yester-
aay afternoon to Atkinson Field
Mr. and Mrs. Groves were
also in Barbados on holiday. Mr.
Groves who is a Director of
Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd.,
in Georgetown returned to B.G.,
just over a week ago. Mrs.
Groves left Barbados on Thurs-
day by the Lady Rodney.
Leaving on the same "plane as
Mr, John Groves were Mrs
Winifred Gall and her daughter
Mrs. Eileen Martin.

Supt. Of Prisons

AJ. CORNELIUS ANDER-
+ SON, Supt., of Prisons, St.
Vincent who arrived here on

March 5 to have discussions with
Mr. Basil Henriques left by the
Lady Redney on Thursday night
for St. Vincent,

From Montreal



AYING their first visit to
Barbados are Mr, and Mrs.
J. E, Fraas and Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. M, Petrie of Montreal,

Canada, They arrived on Thurs- |

day morning by the Lady Rodney
and will be remaining for about
two weeks’ holiday.

Mr. Fraas who is President ‘of
the Lukis Stewart and Co.,!
Insurance Brokers and Mrs.‘
Fraas are staying at the Ocean,
View Hotel, while Mr. and Mrs,'
Petrie are staying at the Windsor
Hotel,

Reguler Visitor

RS. M. MacDONALD of

Canada who has paid several
previous visits to the island is
now back again to spend a
month's holiday. She arrived on
‘hursday morning by the Lady
Redney and is staying at the
Hastings Hotel.

Short sit
R. AND S
TUCKER arifed from Trini
dad yesterday afternoon by

B.W.I.A. They are staying at
“West Wego,” St. James. Here
for about ten days they are here
to see some friends from Califor-
nia,

Arriving on
were Mr.
Louis St
Fields.

Social Welfare Adviser

ISS DORA IBBERSON, Social

Welfare Adviser to C.D. and
W. who had been in B.G. for the
past week returned on B.W.1.A’s
B.G. flight yesterday afternoon.

Staying With Parents

RS.’ J. D. H. PHILLIPS

whose husband is with
“Bath” Estate in Berbice, B.G.,
arrived yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. to spend g month's
holiday in Barbados. She was
accompanied by her two daughters
Eleanor and Heather.

They are staying with Mrs;
Phillip’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. McKenzie at “Rowans”, St.

Barbados is Mr. J.

George.

McLellan, a broker of Boston, s
arrived on Thursday morning by
the Lady Rodney for about two
weeks’ holiday and is staying at
the Ocean View Hotel

Retired Bank Director
H® for a couple of weeks’

the same plane
Kenneth Knaggs, Mr.
Hill and Mr. Colin

Back Again
AYING another visit

holiday are Mr, and Mrs.
H. S. Ambrose of Hamilton,
Ontario. They arrived on Thurs-
day moernigg by the
Rodney and are staying at the
Marine Hotel.
Mr. Ambrose is a_ retired

Director of the Canadian Bank
of Commerce and a former Presi-
dent of Tuckett Tobacco Co., in
Hamilton.

Touring Since January

R. AND MRS. CHARLES

Horton of ‘Treetops’, New
Hampton, New York who had
been holidaying in Barbados, lefi
on Thursday by B.W.I.A., for
Antigua. From there they will
fly to St. Thomas, San Juan, then
Jamaica where they will spend
five days with friends at Montego
Bay before leaving for home.

Mr. and Mrs. Horton who left
the U.S. on January 1 have been
touring South America. Mr. Hor-
ton, now retired used to be in the
leather business.





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special flights from Venezuela to
Barbados and return, beginning
today until over the Easter
holidays. These flights will be
Package Tours, that is, hotel ac-
commodation ete, has been
previously arranged by B.W.1.A.

Avensa Airlines will be operat-
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another Special Flight to-morrow
at the same time and again on
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lan tourists.

Three Special Flights by Avensa
on March 25th, 26th and 27, will
take these tourists home.

It is conservatively estimated
that there will be about three
hundred tourists from Venezuela
in Barbados over the Easter
holiday.

The appea] made by Mr. Vernon
Knight, Venezuelan. Vice-Consul,
to owners of private homes to
assist with the boarding of the
tourists has met with an excellent
response, Mr. Knight told Carib.
Some bookings have already been
taken up, and if the other
Venezuelan Airline, Limea Aero-
postal Venozolano can arrange for
special flights it is possible that
good bookings will be made,

Linea Aeropostal Venozolano is
still awaiting a reply from the
British Government for permission
to run a regular scheduled service

to Barbados,
Since 1930

BR. 7, RALPH JACOLY

psychiatrist of New York
City and Mrs. Jacoby, arrivéd on
Thursday morning by the Lady
Redney for two weeks’ holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Dr. Jacoby told Carib that they
had been visiting the West Indies
since 1930 and had been to Bar-
bados about eight previous
occasions.

B.G. Police

Scr MERVIN BARROW of the
s B.G. Pelice Force who had
been spending three months’
holiday in Barbados returned to
3.45 yesterday afternoon by
B.W.1.A. Sgt. Barrow, a Bar-
tadian has served for many
years in the B.G, Police Force,
and is head of their Security
Dept., at Brickdam, Police head-
quarters,

Patrice
WYMORE

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SATURDAY, MARCH 17,

Britain, Persia Will
‘ind A “Way Out”
—ACHESON

WASHINGTON, March. 16,
United States Secretary of State
Dean Acheson today expressed
the hope and betief that Britain
and Persia would find a way out
of thejr differences over the pro-



posed nationalisation of the
Persian oil industry.
Acheson said at his weekly

press conference he very much
hoped there would be what a
questioner called an “exit” from
the present position.

He hoped and believed Britain
and Persia would work out a
solution whirh would protect the
interests of both countries and en-
sure keeping up the flow of oil to
those markets where it had gone
in the past.—Reuter



Pay Tribute To
De La Moothe

(From Our Own Correspondent)

ST. GEORGE'S, March 15.
Members of the Agricultural
Association at a recent general
meeting paid high tribute to-their
retired President, Sir Joseph de la
Moothe,

Sir Josezh’s
gravely affected.

A resolution passed recorded
the Association’s gratitude for the
benefits Grenada had _ derived
from Sir Joseph’s unseHish ser-
vice,

sight has been

It also expressea regret that
the Association was no lenger able
to enjoy the privilege of drawing
on the vast experience,

At the same meeting Hon.
c. A. O. Phillips was elected
President, with Mr. Herbert
Neckles and Mr, Eric Copland,
First and Second Vice-Presidents
respectively,

Messrs. W. A. Knight and David
Land were recommended for nom-
ination to the Government-
sponsored Board of Agriculture.



Dockers Will Be
Tried By Jury

LONDON, March 16

Burly London dockers kissed a
lawyer in the street here today
in enthusiasm at the way he had
defended seven cf their leaders
charged with inciting an illegal
strike. They lifted him on to thpir
sheulders and chaired him down
the road outside the court where
the Magistrate had decided to
send the seven men for trial
before a jury. The lawyer, Mr. S.
Silverman, who is also leftwing
labour member of Parliament,
was commended by the Judge for
his handling of the case.

When the trial starts next month
it will be the first time a jury has

been called to decide a charge
under the wartime order which
makes it an offence to strike
without giving Government 21
days notice,

Over 9,{80 dockers in London
staged a token strike today in

sympathy with the accused men.
—Reuter.

t



POLICE FIND THREE
ARMS DUMPS

MILAN, March 16.

Police today announced the dis-
covery of secret arms dumps at
two big Milan industrial plants
end near Legnano 12 miles north-
west of here.

Seven people were detained at
Legnano after an anti-aircraft gun,
a rocket gun, rifles, pistols, hand-
grenades and ammunition were
found.

At Milan, arms seized included
two n.achine guns and seven sub-
machine gun.—Reuter.



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1951



Bread Hard To Get

In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March, 13,
The water shortage in Trinidad

has at last got company—the
bread shortage. Employees of the
tour Port-of-Spain bakeries which
closed down on Sunday are no
longer on the pay roll. The
bakeries are forced to close down,
because they were losing money
as a result of the low quality of
flour they received from Trini-
dad’s Controller of Imports and

Exports, They cannot therefore,
afford to pay non-working
labourers.

It is understood that delega-
tion of labourers from the closed
bakeries have called on the Hon.
Albert Gomes, Minister of Labour
to protest against the treatment—
no pay as long as the bakeries
remain closed.

Despite the fact the good flour
is more expensive, the bakeries
would in the long run be able
to operate economically if they
were supplied with it. As a result
of this controversy there is a
definite shortage of bread in the
town, as the other smaller
bakeries are not able to suppiy the
increased demand on them.



$180 Voted For
Quads

{From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 13.
The Legislative Council has
approved of a grant of $180 being
given Mrs. Agatha Sultan, towards
maintenance of the three surviving
girls of her quads. The BG,
Branch of the League of Coloured
Peoples is also contributing a

similar amount,

Under miscellaneous the Coun-
cil voted $10,000 for Tourism;
$1,200 to the Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Animals;
$2,000 to the Young Men’s Chris-
tian Association; $1,000 to the
Young Women’s Christian Associ-
ation; $200 to the B.G. Society
for the Blind,



Bryan Quits C.S.P.
—REPORTS SAY

(From Our Own Correspondent)

(PORT-OF-SPALN, March, 13,

Reliable reports have reached
the Press that the Honourable
Victor Bryan, Member for Eastern
Counties and Minister of Agri-
culture has officially quit the
Caribbean Socialist Party. He was
a Vice-President of this party ani
gave strong support to Honour-
able Pat Solomon in the recent
elections. It has been well known
that ideologically, Messrs. Solo-
mon and Bryan were poles apart,





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From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, March 13.

Members of the Georgetown
Town Council by an 8—3 vote on
Monday rejected a motion by the
Mayor; Mr. Rahman B. Gajraj
which sought to establish the
principle of adult suffrage for the
~vesent system of rental qualifica-
tion for Municipal elections. The
“ouncil also rejected a motion by
Hon'ble Lionel Luckhoo, who
asked that the rental qualification
be reduced from $6.00 to $3.00
per month,

Mr, Luckhoo was not present at
Monday’s meeting, and despite a
request from Councillor Mrs.
Janet Jagan that his motion be
deferred to give him an opportun-
ity to be present, the motion
which was previously agreed
upon in principle was lost when
Councillor Hon'ble C. V. Wight,
C.B.E., moved the Council's reply
to a letter from Government ask-
ing whether it was still the Coun-
eil’s desire that the reduction be
carried, be "NO." This was put
to the vote and carried 8—3 also.
Voting that the reply to Govern-
ment be “Yes” were the Mayor
and the two women Councillors,
Mesdames D. J. Taitt and Janet
Jagan,



“Get rid of US indeed! But our contract lasts for
four years!”



Georgetown Town —
Council Vote
Adult Suffrage

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Against

Letter
The Mayor read a letter from
the Financial Secretary and Trea-
surer, Hon'ble E. F. McDavid,
C.M.G., C.B.E, in which Mr.
McDavid expressed disagreement
with adult suffrage in municipal
elections. The Mayor said he
read the letter because at previous
discussions of the motion he had
quoted from Mr. McDavid’s evi-
dence before the Constitution
Commission, in which Mr.
McDavid had said he was in
favour of Adult Suffrage for Leg-
islative Council elections. He
however thought that elections
for membership to the City Coun—
cil were an altogether different
matter, and that the franchise
should be restricted in the latter
case. While it is true, said Mr.
McDavid, that every renter of
premises and every person who
contributed to such rent was in a
sense a ratepayer, yet to extend
the franchise in the manner sug-
gested would be practically hand-
ing over control of we wown's
affairs to that very large section
of its inhabitants who might pay
no rent at all, practically to the
elimination of those ratepayers,
including the Government itself,
who provided the bulk of the
municipality’s revenue.



French Set Out
3 Conditions For
Next U.N. Meeting

PARIS, March, 16.

The French Government will
agree to hold the next session of
fAfe General Assembly of the
United Nations in Paris if certain
conditions are fulfilled Albert
Gazier, Minister of Information
said today.

The conditions were:

(1) That the Session did not
start before November 6. (2) That
all offices in connection with the
Assembly be in Paris. (3) That

further financial details be
settled.

The French Government had
.forwarded these points to the

United Nations and expected an
answer next week, Gazier added.
—Reuter.





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New Issue Of Br.
Virgin Is. Stamps

(From Our Own Correspondent)
VIRGIN ISLANDS.

Four special Presidential stamps
of the values of 6c; 12c; 24c and
$1.20 have been selected and the
design of these stamps will com-
prise a map oY the British Virgin
Islands with the appropriate grid
lines being shown thereon to-
gether with the title “British Vir-
gin Islands” at the top, the in-
scription “Restoration of the Leg-
islative Council 1950” in small
lettering at the base, the latest por-
trait of His Majesty the King, the
Crown and the denomination in
figures.

The stamps will be placed on
sale during the period from the
2nd April to the Ist July, 1951, or
until stocks are exhausted, which-
ever date is earlier, during which
period the current stamps of simi-
lar denominations will be with-
drawn from sale.

The 12c. stamps in the Legis-
lative Council commemorative
issue will, however, be used con-
currently in the Presidency of the
Virgin Islands, with the 12c.
stamps in the special issue com-
memorating the inauguration of
the University College of the West
Indies and the installation of Her
Royal Highness Princess Alice,
Countess of Athlone, as Chancel-
lor, provided that until the stocks
of the latter are exhausted or are
withdrawn from sale after the
15th May, 1951, the Legislative
Council commemorative issue will
be supplied and sold only on
special request.

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GRENADA _

STRIKE

* @ From Page 1
(his crowa had also been looting |
liquor and provision shops in the
vieinity when the Trinidad police
party in a bus passed and was
halted by the crowd refusing to
allow passage. Police Inspector
Alcindor with one man advanced
in the thickest of the crowd and
tried to reason with them, but in-
stead the crowd called on_ the
police to disperse, Alcindor order-
ed the bursting of a tear gas bomb
the first so far to be used, without
results.

When Alcindor was menacingly
surrounded, one volley was fired,
three dropping dead, others
wounded and the rumpus ended
Shortly before this stage some of
the crowd had begun to attack the
police from the rear with stones.
Helmets of the police on their
return to St. George’s showed
huge dents.

One police constable cadet sus-
tained a knee injury and was
treated at the Hospital and another
also treated was Constable Leish-
more, while about nine others of
the party of sixteen were hurt
ir a lesser degree.

WILL NOT DISCUSS

RED CHINA
HONG KONG, March 15.

Chester Ronning, Acting Cana.
dian Ambassador to China since
the Reds took over, arrived in
Hong Kong on Thursday en route
to Ottawa,

A former First Secretary of the
Canadian Embassy who was the
only Canadian diplomat left in
Nanking, refused to discuss con-
ditions in Red China, but said
he had difficulty in getting out

Ronning flew to Saigon to visit
his daughter, Mrs. Seymour Top-
ping, wife of the Associated Press
correspondent in Indo-China. He
wii!-return to Canada by ship in
late March,—(C.P.)







Toby Will Not
Get Earldom

LONDON, March 14.

Toby FitzWilliam, 62, son of a
Victorian chorus girl and a
Guards Officer has failed to prove
his title and $1,500,000 that goes
with it. A judge decided to-day
that his mother, former gaiety
girl Eva Raines, was not the legal
wife of George Charles FitzWil-
am when ‘Toby’ was born and
therefore he is illegitimate. Toby
whose full name is George
Emames Wentworth FitzWilliam
had tried to prove his parents
were married in 1886 under an
old Scottish law which said a
couple were legally wed if they
merely lived together and declar
ed themselves man and wife in
the ‘sight of God’

The Judge said he had come to
the conclusion that the associa—
tion between Toby's parents be-
fore their church marriage in
England after his birth was “illicit
and not matrimonial”.

Tozday’s ruling means
Toby's younger brother Tom,
born after the church wedding
remains ‘heir presumptive’ to the
rich FitzWilliam Earldom and
-state held now by a_ childless
cousin,—(CP)

Anemiipemaniene
ADENAUER APPOINTED
BONN, March 15.
President Theodore Heuss today
appointed West German Chancel.
lor, Dr. Kourad Adenauer, Ger-
many’s first Minister for Foreign
Affairs since the end of Hitler’s
regime.—Reuter,.

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binsdee, Mack 1 anh On the Soviet-Persian
border SEFTON DELMER Ry J0UN'S, COPED ———————
find caatl 5 Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORE
AGE GROUPING ee Te ee ee sci aa eee eae
: alarmin than anythin I am glad, once again, to be able as Head y
WHILST age-grouping has proved itself : g a “ 6 of the Irish Government, to send a message P A I N T
theoretically sound in the more advanced i ve seen since C h ina of greeting and good wishes on St. Patrick’s
countries of the world, it does not appear Day to friends of Ireland in the United States r .
to have attained that same measure of TEHERAN, fined to teenage students and a tect the refinery and wells from| of America and in Canada and to tell them P RO r ECTS and P RESERVES

WHEN Dr, Mohamed Mosadegh few disgrunted tribesmen. sabotage. ;

Wink40 his study -witidow dis ; High and low, the Persians are that in the past twelve months Ireland has

morning and gazed out on the Afraid ... allowing fear of the Soviet to| continued to make progress domestically and
HOWEVER the real truth is prompt them into accept the] to play in world affairs a role which, how-

street beneath, his shrewd old

eyes focused on a sight which that the Persians are afraid of Communist peace propaganda. z :

filled him both with pleasure and provoking their great Soviet Premier Razmara dismisses] ever modest it may be, is not by any means
misgiving. Scrawled on the wall neighbour. I know for a fact from his mind the violent attacks) insufficient.

opposite was the one word “Na- that the Teheran police have of the Azerbaijan Freedom Radio,

tionalisation, discovered that the Tudeh’s although he knows exactly where *” *

He could see in the inscription clandestine news sheet Mardum ve ere on the Soviet side *
an ego-titillating tribute to his is printed in the vast extraterri- of the border, .
sia ionens as a demagogue. torial compounds of the Soviet He prefers to believe that the The Irish people are entering the second
For it was he Ba a ea ee Beer. ; ; ee te f ; nT oe oo half of the twentieth century with high hopes
of the National Front Party, ha The ersian pclice cleverly during the last eight months, . =
launched the universally popu- managed to follow a motor-car conclusion of 4 commercial ac- and firmly-based confidence. In the short
ar campaign demanding that which left the Soviet Enbessy cord with the Tenens sears. period of less than thirty years since self-
Persia should declare the con- one night not so long ago, With- tions on this and. negotiations on
cession of the British-owned out being noticed themselves, that, are all signs that it is possi- government was secured, Ireland has made
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company null they followed it to a point where ble to keep on the right side of}notable advances politically, economically
ind void, and transfer its installa- the driver dumped a valise and the Sov iet by going in for @} and socially. We have created and develop-
tions to the Persian State as 4 drove off, policy of strict neutrality—and dik: teak Miabieethtle instttitens, Whtak have

,

jationalised enterprise, The police waited until a man non-provocation. n
Aggression worked with smoothness and efficiency at a

Only a féw hours _ before — hina mae ae van! - etd r ,

Persian Premier Ali Razmara yt was packed tigat with the BUT the greatest tactical asset] time when democratic institutions elsewhere] %
rad announced that the conces- jstest issue of Mardum., in Persia for both the Soviet have been subjected to severe tests. ‘
ion could not be cancelled be- “But they did nothing about it, and their Tudeh servants is the

‘ause Persia does not possess the and Mardum is still appearing anti-British nationalisation move- * * *
noney or the “know-how” to run regularly once a week with vio- ment started by the i

eater tie kctor: Gola pee or ere ai Wahecamae iittte De. iain uddie-mindec} — Small nations have always had a significant
jomething else on that wall as abuse of the British and Ameri- _ The doctor is preparing for the role in international affairs. To-day, the free
yena-a" worrying, pHates else. cans and UNO. Soviet a priceless opportunity o!Fnations most earnestly desire the mainten-
Che writing on the wall was not “y even found copies of Mardum exerting political, military, an ire is fel

the writing of his own followers. peing circulated in tiny North diplomatic pressure on the Per-| ance of world peace. That desire is felt par-
t was the writing of the Com- persian towns. They had been sian Government and the eae keenly by small nations for which

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as an experiment in this island where com-
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It has been roundly condemned by teach-
ers and strenuously objected to by parents.
The decline in education in Barbados, real
or imaginary, has beenrattributed, in some
quarters, to the continuance of this method
and now the House of Assembly has gaia-
ed from the Government the promise of
an investigation with a view to its discon-
tinuance.

During th b n the Education vote : 6% ‘
ae, Sehete & a | SES EOSSS PSS EPPO PPP SS SSOP PSSP POPS OS

in the Estimates, Mr. D. D. Garner, mem-
’ ber for St. Philip moved,that the amount
be reduced by $5 as a protest against the
maintenance of the system of age-grouping
and superannuation. Mr. Adams, the

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Leader of the House, was convinced that BY
the motion for the reduction of the vote |munist underground, The doctor sent out through the ordinary people. ; : : ; ;
° e re f+ © |nas every right to be disturbed. Posts in sanelenen addressed by That is why Tudeh paintingsthe maintenance of international peace is



was a vote of censure on him as the mem- For the

ber of the Executive responsible for Edu-
cation. The House divided equally on the
motion after one and a half hours’ debate
and the Chairman gave his casting vote to
maintain the status quo. The original
vote was eventually passed.

It was significant that even the other
members of the Executive Committee, who
are members of the House, spoke of their
objection to age-grouping which had been
started in 1943 “as an experiment” but
which was still part of the system.

Communists — the jand and giving as senders the squads are going around at nights, often an essential condition of their national
Tudeh Party is the name they }imes of Teheran police officials. daubing “Nationalisation” slogans, ival

go under here—though officially j; must be good fun being a not only on the doctor’s wall, survival,

dead since 1949, when they were m.Geh agent. but on walls everywhere, why

banned, are very much alive to- the Tudeh are sending trained * * *
day. Hiding-spots crowd operators to National

And the priority operation they _ THE Soviet Hospital, the Soviet te eee. Sea
are engaged on at this moment Institute of Culture, and_ satel- amount of anti-Western venom
is stealing the doctor’s nationa!- lite missions are all refuges fe doibes: eebem
isation horse from under him, where the Tudeh can hold meet- ripe: .

In fact, from what I have seen ings in safety and-hide from the aes see rons at “—e women have left their homeland to settle
and learned here in Teheran and police if they are being hunted. posers Pid the imminence of|Verseas, particularly in the great sub-con-
on a trip .through North The Soviet-Iranian transport It is because the

Persia’s. forbidden Agerbaijan services, which~ cover the whole bond ee eee vt ie tinent of North America.
area to-Russia’s border, I formed of North Persia from Teheran 5 nier Razmara announced Irish are such a widely scattered race that
oy 5% er Baa Pres — If 5 aie te oot eat: could not be made to work. : their influence, in helping to build bridges of
‘ i ' i ritish refuse : ‘
What is more, I am convinced of the country there is the So- onmaee a ite the nationalisation | “derstanding between nations, can make a

that the Communists and their viet-Iranian Fisheries and their (ae. the Soviet will claim that| material contribution to the cause of inter-

Soviet masters have a_ better fleet of Soviet steamers, all im- jh.” British by defying Persian } ,
chance of success here than in mune from interference by the 9) .eignty re, euilty .. aggres- national co-operation and. world peace.

Although Ireland is a small country, geo-
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any country I have seen since my frightened Persian authorities. ; >

I Visits to China and India. The fear that the Soviet may Son against ee, a * * *
The odd part, however, is that be the rulers of tq-morrow is More Demands .. .

when you talk to Persian high- making individual Persian FROM that they can follow During the past year Tralana hasooulinuad

talked to any officials turn a blind eye to Com- with all manner of demands and ,

' Almost every member of the House
spoke during this discussion and in every









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case told of the representations made to
them by parents, and in some instances by
teachers, who denounced the system. Mr.
Speaker, who as a former teacher worked
under this system, told the House that the
teachers themselves felt that because of
the difficulties of the system itself, they
were unable to give the best service. Chil-
dren of similar ages but of varying abil-
ities and different stages of educational
attainment were grouped together and it
was impossible for the teacher to be in
position to give each child adequate in-
struction.

lt was left to Mr, F. C. Goddard to get
to the kernel of the question. Age-group-
ing could not be successful unless compul-
sory education had been first introduced
so that all the children would have begun
their education at the same time and would
have been of the same stage of develop-
ment. The truth was that it was impossible
anyhow for one teacher to handle efficient-
ly classes of 50, 60 or 80 pupils. Whether
age-grouping was abolished or not the same
lowering of the standard would continue
if these abnormally large classes contin-
ued. More schools and more teachers were
needed.

When members sought to blame the
Director of Education for the introduction
of what they considered “new fangled
ideas,’ Mr. Adams told the House that the
members of the House, who were mem-
bers of the Executive Committee, were
responsible for policy, and heads of De-
partments as members of the Civil Estab-
lishment merely carried out that policy.

The announcement which Mr. Adams
pointed out was merely a_ repetition,
brought several members to their feet.
They would now know on whose shoulders
to lay blame in future and it was hoped
that they would not be told at a later date
that the four members of the House on the
Executive were only part of that body.

The general condemnation of age-group-
ing and superannuation led to the state-
ment by the Leader of the House that the
matter would be raised at a meeting of the
Executive Committee to-day, and that the
views of the members of the House who
undoubtedly brought the views of the
general public would be given the consid-
eration which they deserved. The blame
for the attitude of the Government was
attributed to the teachers who told In-
spectors that age-grouping was all right
and then denounced it to members of the
House and the public. The House was
satisfied that the change would be intro-
duced during the Easter recess of the
schools

ups — I have

nurnber, from Premier Razmara munist activities,

down

affiliated Azerbaijan
separatists, They

and their
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Pleven’s Problem:

How To Cut The Number
Of Communist

PARIS,

France is the only country in
the world which has a Minister
of Electoral Reform. He is the
55-year-old Corsican lawyer, Paul
Giacobbi, who was brought in to
M. Pleven’s Cabinet when it was
formed eight months ago; and he
was given the job of drafting a
new election system which would
receive the support of all the
parties represented in M. Pleven’s
coalition government,

Once formulated and accepted .

France’s next general election—-
due in eight months’ time—was
to be fought on this new system,
M. Giacobbi’s inclusion in the
Cabinet was an indication of both
the importance of the problem
and its bewildering complexity.
The basic problem, however, is
brutally simple—how to keep as
many Communists as possible out
of France’s next Parliament.
Under the present system of
voting, 181 Communist MPs were
elected, making them the strong-
est single party in the House.
Under any of the alternative
election systems now being sug-
gested, their Parliamentary
strength would drop to between
40 and 60—even though their
overall vote might remain as high.

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OUR READERS

to governors and _ police
chiefs—they will, as likely as not of ‘ :
start by pooh-poohing the Tudeh administrative machine.

This now penetrates the whole

the Persian economic

proposals, depending on the in-| to play a useful part as a memberof the Mar-
ternational situation, and what|shall Plan Organization — the Organization

and they can get away with,
It even

No I don't. blame the little} for European Economic Co-operation — and

extends to Persian employees of doctor for being worried about}representatives of all Irish political parties

the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
dismiss their following as con- and the guards supposed to pro-

By SAM WHITE

The present system of electing
candidates from party lists by
propertional representation was
formulated in the idealistic libera-
tion days in an effort, ironically
enough, to remove one of the
worst features of pre-war French
politics—the instability of govern-
ment,

System Failed

The system has not only failed

in that purpose—this is France’s~

18th crisis since the liberation—
but it has also burdened parlia-
ment with a record crop of Com-
munists. Now all—except the
Communists of course—are agreed
on the need for electoral reform
but almost nobody is agreed on
an alternative system.

The difference that has brought
the Pleven government down is
between the Christian Democrats
(MRP) and the Radicals, The
Radicals want a return to the pre-
war system of voting under which
they flourished to such an extent
that they virtualHy ruled France
in the inter-war years,

Under this system voting was
carried out in two ballots. Most of
France became a hive of Tam-

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that writing on the wall,

“Les. |have made important contributions to the

deliberations of the Council of Europe at
Strasbourg. It is permissible, I think, to
claim that the Irish contribution to the Mar-
shall Plan Organization and to the proceed-
ings at Strasbourg has been both practical
and constructive.

MPs * * *

Ireland could of course take an even more

many _ oe and ba a significant part in world affairs but for Par-
as local party sses argaine tas : ‘ <
with each other for withdrawal of tition, which by imposing on our country an

candidates in this or that district] arbitrary and unnatural boundary, sanctified
a0: ss arr enemy would | neither by history, geography, nor economics,
; 4 prevents the united action of all Irishmen
Deadlock Remains from being fully and effectively applied to

But the Christian Democrats R
cbject to the system because they the problems which confront the world to-

unlike the Radicals, have no re- | day and towards the solution of which Irish-
liable allies among other parties. |men are eagerly anxio ‘

They want elections in districts gerly us to strive.
by a simple majority as in Britain.

There the deadlock remains at Friends of Ireland through
the moment. It is likely that the ghosts, Pee-sroric

Radicals will hive to. Rive. way. generously assisted and encouraged the Irish
Unless they do France will bejNnational movement which, over a quarter of

plunged into an election under | g cent: ie :
the present system. entury ago, led to self-government for that

Not only that, France’s present | Part of Ireland which to-day is free and in-

ener cpus on * the | dependent. On this St. Patrick’s Day I would
event of an insoluble crisis fore- :
ing an election before the fixed venture to ask our friends in the United

date for Parliament’s dissolution, | States of America and Canada to continue to

a caretaker government should be ; ;
Ratiek coasond ok searemaael work for the eventual unification of Ireland,

tives of all the major parties, A
That would sean . Freneh | A united Ireland would not merely provide
government containing ommun- ‘ . eas *
ist Ministers. The thought.is likely Irishmen with the full political rights to
to provoke some sleepless nights.) Which their ancient country is entitled as a
WORLD COPYRIGHT | nation, it would also be a bastion in defence

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Americans Deserve Better

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—May I presume on your
good time and your valuable
paper to publish an article on
constructive criticism relative to
two very annoying conditions 1
find existing in Barbados on this
my latest visit namely, the howl-
ing of a great many dogs and the
erowing of cocks, that keep us
awake many hours of the night.
In my country as in Barbados
everyone has the right to keep a
dog; if he wishes he may also have
chickens, But with this privilege
goes a responsibility to be sure
that they are not an annoyance
to other people and they may not
be kept in a da@gsely populated
neighbourhood ih as Hastings,
where they become a nightmare
or a preventive to slumber. Surely
something should be done about
this condition.

I also find it impossible to get
a good cup of coffee or purchase
an American cigar no matter
where I have gone on the Island.

Is this the fault of shortsighted-
ness on the part of the merchants
or hotel keepers? Or is this a form
of discrimination against American
products in general?

Surely American visitors to
this beautiful Island deserve some
better treatment, and while I can-
not, and will not presume to
eriticize your government if this

lack of American merchandise is

their fault or if in their wisdom .

(for the benefit of Barbados) they
prohibit the importation of such
articles as I have mentioned, then
I think they treat the American
visitor rather poorly, and certain-
ly this does not encourage Ameri-
cans to spend any time here either
for rest or pleasure.

I have been here two weeks and
am famished for a good cup of
coffee which is unobtainable,’ I
shall not sign this behind some

euphonius name such as Visitor,

Tourist or otherwise but shall
affix my name and address, hop-
ing by so doing, something can
and will be done to correct this
condition which I believe would
benefit a great many persons and
help to increase visitors to your
Hotels thereby benefiting many
places as well as many stores in
Bridgetown.

G. E. VAUGHAN,
Marine Hotel,

Barbados.
N.B.—Why are there so many
beggars?
Cinema Tax
To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,— I was glad to see your
Editorial recommending a moder-
ate levy on Cinema Fans It

hould be

interesting to know

what your readers in general
think of the idea. To me it seems
a very reasonable plan to help in
raising the necessary means for
an increase in the pensions for
our aged and disabled poor, as I
suggested in the plea on their
behalf which you made room for
a couple of weeks ago.

And I do not see that anyone
affected would have a_ serious
objection to offer. The cinema
fan; for example: The amount on
each ticket would be very small,
and it must be admitted that it
would be a tax oh a comparative
luxury and not on any real
necessary. And as regards the
theatre proprietors the expense
entailed in keeping an account
and paying over the amount col-
lected at suitable intervals would
be very small.

Can we hope that the authori-
ties will give the matter serious
consideration? I am sure they are
in favour of increased help for the
needy and suffering old people

Yours truly,
v.
March 13, 1951.
S.P.C.A. Tag Day
To the Editor, the Advocate,
S{R,—In the course of the next
few days I hope to send you for

publication details of amounts
~ollected: on our Tag Day, Mareh

Select these

2nd. In the meantime we hope
you will permit us through your
eclumns to notify our helpers that
the sum of $1215.47, (One thou-
sand, two hundred and fifteen
dollars and forty seven cents) has
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Public Mischief
education failed tosecure entry, Scholars to be provided with
found him guilty of having which is causing damage io their
The prosecution proved that Jerks a: this spot and once itdam- . AT HARRISON COLLEGE SPEECH DAY yesterday after- ., The Second dilemma is the do the same out of Library Funds
be . ularly hit by the cost of books,
money from him at the point of Advocate yesterday that that the school year. Pee See eae we a B @ a@ a a a a a a

e , more than the fees that*have been
Sentence was pctstponed on OTORISTS and cyclists wno remitted,
Stanley Stanton of Reed Street use the Hastings Road are CSU S u Si e ] can judge no boy who estab St. Michael’s Vestry has mosi
by His Honour the Chief Justice, ccemplaining of a sunken part of
but to accept so many entries as books, and we are building up
effected a public mischief on vehicles. On many occasions We did, strained @ur capacity to a small textbook library for those
at to our standards through
Stanton informed the police that aged the rear wheel of a cycle. noon, the Governor congratulated the headmaster and his
ald Sealey and George Weir An official from the Highweys 8

. . Mught in a f and I want to build up a stock
a gun, but that it was not true Department informed the High- He said that he shared with Mr. Hammond a dread of that’; “diiteneé. "Teather > ee of copies of the more expensive a m a 4 «
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lished a clear claim to higher generously allowed certain of their

Sir Allan Collymore after a jury the road opposite the Hotel Royal é.

Of British Schools

December 31 last year. cyclists have received sudden the utmost. Vestry Scholars. I would like to

: ¢ L growing size of our forms. oo seme Be —_ yg H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.—-Distributprs.

Ree re Suet had ae od & Trensport Depertmerit told the staff and the boys on their academic and other successes i ere is obviously a limit to the a

, ariable, dependent on the aca- textbooks in sufficient quantity to 7

money trom, hima in that manne Set ese le Fp Sa oe rene ewe * Sraminetinnitis", but he was informed -that ex- einic dimeutty of the syllabus lane to bere. Tals is oogiae in

iss M. E. Bourne, prosecuted * , ¢luding the United Kingdom, Harrison College headed the Studied. . . story than in English, and can

the case for the (Crown, Stanton Hone’ o> far nothing has been — hists of examination results of all schools in the British pea ed ee ne am naver be eee ee
First witaben, Cpl. Arihur The sunken part of the road Soremonweslth perinding the Dominions. cs of . feeling of entity which wis = but it will help. —

Conlife told ihe court tat ne anes the Saree see RNS conctes UTS ESO, Pag, he am gimoatetexpable reult of Lat” Speech Duy" wasn. June





es 2 , 4 growth in size. We are in dangér 1950, so I have little to report on NEW SHIPMENT OF
, q . accompanied by Major Dennis ‘i 2 ’ DOr

Denemiber 31 last year abouc 1.45 duking ar te Pitcanee tae Vaughan, Felwite 5 Secretary, of ceasing to be a school and be- School games except the Cricket , oe RTT

a.m., when Stanton came to now repaired or temporarily re. Tived at the College and were Romig an institution, and if you season. Here the report is almost * epee

— Ce Chania tameae oe = paired, and trucks are getting Teceived by a Guard of Honour of ask me what I mean by that, I wholly good. We had a success- Cd



should reply that a school is some- ful season and were indeed at the
thing to which you belong, and head of the table for some weeks,
an institution is something to We beat the Police narrowly, and
which you go. It is my dearest Carlton comfortably, took part in
wish that Harrison College shall some tall scoring against Pick-
remain a School. wick, and gave the redoubtable
Science Wanderers a nasty shock when

The most important event of the we captured seven of their
year for Harrison College has wickets for 69 runs in q game
been the generosity of Government which unfortunately had to be
ain. providing g Capital sum of abandoned. In James Williams
$23,700. 00 for equipping new we had a bowler who on _ his
Science Laboratories, Some of day can be as good as anyone in
this money will go to reconstruct— the Island, and in Cammie Smith
ing the upper storey of the and Harrison we had batsmen who
laboratory building and some’ to showed great promise. Our field-
the purchase of much needed ing was good, although those who
equipment for Physics and Biology, watched tue dropped catches in

s : : Cadets under Capt. G. B. Hunte.
beaten by two men and robbed ee. “— panes to the various The party led by Mr, J, C. Ham-
of $5.36. One of the men he HE HIGHWAYS AND TRANS. ™0°nd, headmaster of the College,
knew as Regi from Suttle Street. roceeded to the
: PORT Department has start- ? : School Hall

He only knew the other by sight. a hing ston t P t where the headmaster delivered

Regi had pushed something on fx ~ — te t th * - oe ’ his address,
his side which seemed to be a a oaty ; ecg br ye gn ee rh The Governor then distributed
gun to him, telling him that he ine De S etetin ‘ard at Bridge te prizes and also'addressed the
_ to hand over all his money bye aq P ways 8 peeinny .. ba A < thanks was
otherwise he (Regi) would kill : < moved by Mr. F. C. Goddard after
him. He handed over the money. R. AND MRS. H. DE KUM which the gathering went to the

"4 Visited the Children’s Good- Weymouth field to witness the
Investigations will League and Baby Creche dur- finals of the athletic sports,

Conliffe said that P.C. ing the week and were extremely The Headmaster's address fol-
Lynch and he were detailed to Pleased with the work Mr. John jows;
make investigations. They went a is Set: és id. “We ,, We entered fifty-five candidates
to Suttle Street and saw Regi- , the Creche Mere ie ‘4 © for the School Certificate in 1950.
nald Sealey and George Weir D#@V¢ found it a wonderful ins itu- Of these fifty-three were success-
whom they brought to the C.1.D, ‘0, to te admired and covied by ful and, of the two who failed, one Laat isonian Match will
Stanton said that Sealey and 2! Whe are able to do it. obtained two, and the other three ort yaar, T aypeeled for Me the Cid Hatriecnion Mave }
Weir were the two men ‘who had eredits. Forty-two “Very Goods” provision of a School Canteen, find this ara to believe, and the
robbed him of his money. He

. were awarded. end our gratitude for our new
said, too, that one Gibson had Conductor Fined £6 We won thirty-three Higher Mr. J. C. HAMMOND laboratories has in no way limited

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"Seibert Gipson, also of R. -A FINE of £6 to be paid by Scholarship standard, and three (der the newly revised Burn- 8C2! the Porters’ quarters which | [1 batkinstep $12.52 PER PAIR ™~
Street said deat ‘ae e ans instalments or in default two More of Exhibition standard. ham scales academic schools of 8 "OW used as a bicycle shed, with ALKA: —— ALSO | ss
Weir, Sealey Stanton and him- Months’ imprisonment with hard ¢ The Report of the Barbados this type are given heavy addi- Dut I should be only too ready| |WHM OSRASSEBIS cake ade "
init dekhall’ te go about the labour was yesterday imposed on Scholarship Examiners on the tional allowances to divide © discuss the details with anyone Alka-

Hudson Howard, a bus conductor Classical candidates was particu-
of Massianh Street, St. John, by larly noteworthy. They listed six
His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, boys from the School as worthy of
Police Magistrate of District “A”, mention, and commented—I quote

Howard was found guilty of from their report—“It was grati-

street singing. They were given
2/- by one person, 18 cents was
collected along one street and 19
along another. When they got in

Seltzer at
the first sign
of muscular
fatigue. The
» same safe au-
algesic, so effective

similar procedure was adopted interest.
here by the creation of Super— We have introduced Biology as
scale posts for a limited rumber. a School subject this year. ‘We

YOUTHS’ LACE SHOES
IN BLACK AND BROWN

Church Village, Reginald said he overloading the motor ‘bus J.43 fying to note that the standard in

wanted some of the money as he on March 3. Cpl. Kenneth Mur-—
hy of the Bridge Station who
Stanton said he would give brought the case, said that on
him none then and picked up a March 3 at about 11.55 p.m. he
stone. George Weir told Stanton Was on duty along Crumpton
treet when he saw
Stanton took a two shilling a ze poming 20 nis nec
i e bus appeared to be overload—
piece out of his pocket and gave ed and he motioned to the driver
7 to stop.
Stanton and he continued to “He found that there were 61
people in the bus, 48 he counted
sitting, while others were stand—
ing and clinging on to the bus.
Before imposing the fine, Mr.
cLeod told Howard that it was
worst case of overloading

intended going home,

that he too was leaving and

Reginald Sealey.

walk and when they got at the
corner of Tudor Street, Stanton
left him, telling him that he was
going to the police. He said he

knew Regi to be a rogue and he M
would get him locked up. the
Reginald Sealey and George that had come before him and he
Weir corroborated Gibson’s evi- hoped that the fine would be a
dence. deterrent to other conductors.
Howard has 12 previous con—
victions for overloading.

Speeding Costs £4

HIS WORSHIP Mr. C. L. Wal-
“meeting turn” from one Mrs. Sy Berne Police Magistrate of
Ashby of Ellerton, St. George. District

sf ,, Weston Harper of Garden
Investigations _ disclosed _ that ¢4 or two months’ imprisonment

“Meeting Turn”

Cpl. Harold Bryan told the
Court how he tried to trace
where Stanton could have got the
money from. Stanton told him
it was money he had got from a

there was no Mrs, Ashby living f
in Ellerton,
That was the case for thé

witness, Albert Went. Went,

fraudulent conversion, and who

or speeding while driving the
nm van M.2424 on Upper
: Collymore Rock Road on Febru-—
prosecution and Stanton called a ary 19,
The Police who brought the
however, corroborated the evi- case said that the van was being
dence» of the witnesses for the driven at a speed of over 30 miles
prosecution. per hour.
Edmund Archer who was found for such a vehicle is 20 miles per
guilty earlier in the Sessions of hour.

The limit on that road



Greek was as high as in Latin”
..."The standard in ‘Set Book’
papers was higher than that ob-
tained by schools in England”...
“The general average of the work
in Classical History was high, and
compared favourably with the
average of most English Schools”.
Great credit must go to the work
of Mr. Medford and Mr, H. W.
Clarke for such success, and you
could ask for no better assurance
that the School is maintaining its
high standard of scholarship.

Pride

The Honours List is printed on
your programmes, but it is worth
comment that last autumn as
many as eighteen boys from this
School started their courses at
various Universities within the
Commonwealth, We take a justi-
fiable pride in our conviction that
we are serving Barbados well, ani!
I know of no overseas school in
the whole Commonwealth that
can surpass the academic record
of Harrison College.

This is not said in any spirit of
smugness. There are many ways
in ‘vhich we have not fully
attained the high standard we are
setting for ourselves, For a better
balance in our curriculum I should
like to see more attention paid to
some subjects which have been
comparatively neglected; in par-
ticular Modern Languages and
Geography; and, as I said last
year, I regard purely academic

Optimists

There are some who, while
agreeing that the situation is
grave, think that it will be of
short duration; and that the Uni-
versity College of the West Indies
will, in three or fouy years, sup-
ply the staff we need. I, myself.
cannot share their optimism be—
cause I cannot feel that any mate—
rial proportion of those who win
degrees there will select teaching
as a career unless more induce—
ment is offered to them,

Let me state plainly that I am
aware of the great difficulty of
surmounting this problem, and of
the sympathy towards our schools
which the Government showed as
little as a year ago. None-the-
less, I should be failing in my
duty if I did not* publicly state
the problem and its dangers. I
cannot emphasise enough that the
primary factor in a school’s wel—
fare and development is the men
who teach init. No other pro-
vision cuch as building and equip—

amongst their staff. A rather Who would take a_ practical [
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ment, valuable as they are, can t

ever equal in importance the
quality of the teaching staff.

Record

In September 195U the School
reached a new record of 575
pupils on the Roll. I do not think
I nee! to emphasise the problem
this pressure of numbers pro-
duces. Nor have we yet felt the
full impact of expansion on our
Upper School. To give you one
example. In spite of the arrange—

have been under great handicap as
we had no equipment for the Zoo-
logical side, but thanks to the
generous assistance of Dr. H. H.
Bayley, to whom we are very
grateful, we were able to make
a start; and in July the first
Candidate from Harrison College
will sit the advanced Biology
papers in the General Certificate
This will in future enable g boy
from here to gain exemption from
the first M.B. “examination while
still at school, and will greatly
help a medical student when he
joins his University or Hoeenital.”

Geography

Similarly, we have given
Geography a greater place on the
timetable, and extended it into
the curriculum of the Fourth ana
Fifth Forms. Boys will be sitting
the papers at Ordinary level this
year, and I hope, a few of them
at advanced level in two years
ime,

I mentioned last June the
Hahnemann Bayley Memorial
Prize, which was being so gen-
erously provided by his son Mr,
Colin H. Bayley. The money is
now safely invested and will
provide, from interest, an annual
prize for the Science Sixth start-
ing in 1952,

I have also received gifts o
$24.00 from Mr. and Mrs, Maurice
Cave, and $48.00 from Mr.
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vee ey fF + sbeelex sirens, Drove Without Lights most important, aspect of a boy’s Sixth Forms now sit internal when he read his “Harrisonian”
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i4 . 7 on December without li Ss. i illi scholars, ce de Ss e - rp

yesterday pleaded guilty to at- His Worship Mr. C, L. Walwyn, roy fag Beige Roe Bees Race stream school, and have three t0 England, Mr. J, S. Derrick has
tempted bestiality and was put on Acting Police Magistrate of Dis— of Barbadians who valued educa- fifth forms feeding our sixths, presented us with 40 valuabl«
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tners xpecte days or in default one month’s °",\° institution such as Harrison Presents serious dilemmas. Re- of Schoo} books, the increase it | %

imprisonment with hard labour. College is necessarily expensive, cently we have only been able to ¢he price of which is a growing

From England and with our inerensed numbers Sostickies te Gees eae yu wenden to many parents. W’

d‘rising costs the expense is no ©? ' : . =~ ~ are doing what we can to ease

Three passenger liners are ex. CARELESS DRIVING more static than any other. But ve et tee re ees the burden, As you know, we

pected to make calls from England THE decision of His Worship I would ask those who study) \occryed for Government or Vee. have instituted a Book Schemr

at Barbados on Thursday next mr, A. J. H. Hanschell, Senior figures to regard the cost, not as a try Scholars—I should like here for new books. This saves anxiety

Week. Police Magistrate of District “A” drain on the Treasury, but as an} in’ parenthesis to comment on the to individual parents, and we sel’
They are the Elders & Fyffes’ —-who dismissed without preju- investment in the personal capa-] yory high quality of some of the as cheaply as we can: but the coe

S.S. Golfito, the Dutch S.S. Wil- dice a case brought by the Police city of posterity. We believe that] Scholars we received. So far as of books remains high. A Scholay

lemstad and the French S.S. Gas- charging Winfield Belle of Bar— investment is worth while, and we ,

cogne. They are all expected to racks ‘Road, Bank Hall, with believe we can give value for] ——— ~~~ when eating beh -

sail on their southbound voyages driving without due care and at—- money, e e,e

the same night. tention—was confirmed yesterday A Loss Junior Short Stor Com etition
The Golfito is consigned to by Their Honours Mr. G. L. Tay— The School Staff suffered a y )) WEATHE

Messrs. Wilkinson & Haynes Co. lor. and Mr. H. A. Vaughan, 00. ios in December by the Vj

seas NS [ wieend con= ae of the Assistant Court of resignation of Dr. A. B, D, Hamil- The Evening Advocate invites all children under 12 to enter for | Produced by Martini & Roan

ssts. S. P. sson, : i { \ i . se
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oe ‘&' Co. Ltd. are the Police trom information re- 2 Barbadian audience about Dr.| every Monday n The Evening Advocate, and the winner will receive Torino (Italy)
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Frarices W. Smith SS eetiuin, eer pitvoamel “ant f
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with a cargo of 1,500 bags of rice, shoot, and a good attendance of This is not a problem unique to

500 bags of charcoal, 230 un- riflemen is expected. Shoots w'll Barbados; it faces secondary

squared wallaba posts and 44 tons take place at 300 and 500 yds. Grammar Schools in all countries,
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SATURDAY, MARCH 17,



1951

CLASSIFIED ADS.



The charge for announcements of
Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknow-
ledgments, and In Memoriam notices is
$1.50 on week-days and $1.80 on oa
for any number of words up to 50, and
3 cents per word on week-days and
4 cents per word on Sundays for each |
additional word.

For Births, Marriage or Engagement |

announcements in Carib Calling
charge is $3.00 for any n of words
up to 50 and 6 cents per for each

edditional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
Notices only after 4 p.m.

DIED

HASSELL—On March 16,
residence, ‘““Torwood’’ Pine Hil,
DAVID HOPE HASSELL. His fun-
eral will leave the above residence
at 4.30 p.m. for the Westburg
Cemetery.

Anna R. Hassell.



17.3.51—1n3

IN ' MEMORIAM





LUTCHER-—In ever loving memory of | City,

Phyllis St. Clair Butcher, who passed
away on March 17th 1947.
Sad and sudden was the call
Of that dear one so loved by all;
Dear the grave where she is laid,
Fresh the memory that"ll never fade.
St. Clair Butcher. 17.3.51—1n

MAYNARD—in
dear beloved husband Egbert Gardiner
Maynard, who fell asleep in Jesus 19th
March 1947,

How I miss him it is unknown
Only Jesus knows,
Rut L trust tet we will meet again,
Never to part no more,

Ever to be remembered by his beloved

wife Mabel Maynard. 17.3.51—1n.



ROACH—IMm loving memory of my
beloved husband Leonard A. Roach,}
who departed this life one year ago |

“Time takes away the edge of gri
But memory turns back every leaf.”
Gladys A. Roach (wife). 17.3.51—1n.

WHITTAKER—In loving | memory of Miss
Irene Whittaker, who was called to







rest on March 17th 1950.
“Dear is the grave in which she is
laid
Dear is the memory that never shall
fade,
Sweet is the hope that agcin we
shall meet,

Kneeling together at Jesus feet.”
Inserted by her dear brother Samuel
Kellman. 17.3.51—1n,

x
FOR SALE
Minimum charge week 72 cents and

96 cents Sundays 24 words — over 24
words 3 cents a word week—4 cents a
word Sundays.



AUTOMOTIVE







CAR—1938 Buick ‘‘Special’’ good con-
dition, Apply: Gall. Telephone 8439.

17.3.51—3n,

CAR: One (1) 10 h.p. Ford Prefect

Car, late 1948 Model. 6,000 miles. Con-

dition like new ineluding Tyres and

Battery Dial 2838 for Information.

16.3.51—3n

FOR aay

Minim: harge week
96 cis Buniiye Sk ob ord —_

ae
over
words 3 cents a word week—4 Cents a



HOUSES

BOULOGNE-St. Lawrence Gap. Fully
furnished, vacant April Ist. Dial P abor”
17.3.$1--In.

BUNGALOW-—New, ‘a ee Street,
St. John, near Lodge School, All moder:
ecnveniences, Tel@phone optional. Apply:

1951 at his| 4 F. Browne, Massiah Street, St. John.

17.3.51—2n.
EEE
“KEN-ERME” — Seaside residence,
Bathsheba, to approved tenants. Avail-
able April and onward. Linen and
cutlery optional. Dial 2550 for particu- {
lars. 16.3.51—t.£.n.

Le

ROOMS—Large furnished rooms, veny
cool, running water. With or without
meals. 10 minutes walk to Clubs or
Dial 3356. 13.3.51—t.f.n.
SS SE

“SEACROPT", Furnished House, Max-
wells Coast, Christ Chureh, Available
for the month of April, 1951. For terms
Apply Phone 3754. 17.3.51—3n

MARINE GARDENS—New Bungalow
3 bedrooms with running water, built in





loving memory of my| Wardrobes and all modern conveniences.

Long lease preferred. Apply Mrs. Fried-
man, Hotel Royal, 13.3.51—t.£.n, ;



lern Bungalow situated at Bri n, i
B Mod t ighto:

Rock all conveniences. Apply on
premises to Mr. Vere Lewis.

15.3.5%-T. FN.

TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba,
from February onwards, monthly or
otherwise, 3 double bedrooms with single

Simmons bedsteads, children’s room.
eee room aa lounge, Refrigerato~,
ar servant's room. Apply: Howe.
‘Ring 2626. 13.1.51-+t.f.n.
UNFURNISHED MODERN BUNGA-
LOW—From June ist in ideal part,
Maxwells. Pretty Garden, Bathing.
Fhone 8340. 16.3.51—3n.

VI-VILLA, St.

Lawrence Gap. $35.00
per month.

Apply to D’Arcy . Scott,
17.3.51—2n.

PUBLIC SALES

Ten cents per agate tine on week-days

pace Me: agra are line on Sundays,
cnarge on week-da;

ond $1.80 om Sundays oe

AUCTION

me instructions received TI will sell
on e spot AT BECKWITH ST

ON TUESDAY 20th at 1 p.m. a ‘double
roofed house 24 x 12 x 8, small house
12 x 8 x 6, shop 12 x 8 x 8 rented out in
rvoms, produces $7.04 per week, land
rent $2.50 per quarter. Land can be





rented. Terms CA
HAMMER SH ON FALL OF
R. ARCHER McKENZIE,
Auctioneer,
- ° 16.3.51—4n.



UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By _ instructions received, I will sell

a ene
CAR: Morris 10, 1948-49. Exceptional} on Thursday 22nd at the office of the

condition, only 18,000 miles.
oppointment.
zanillo, St

Trial
Nearest offer $1,250, Man-

James Phone 91-72.
13.3.51—6n.

————$$

CARS—Morris 2 Door Saloon, Morris
4 Door Saloon, Ford V-8 Saloon, Ford V-8
Tourer, Morris 12 h.p. Utilivan 1950 Model


































slightly used et reduced price. Dodge
Pick-up just overhauled. FORT ROYAL,
GARAGE LTD, Telephone 4504,
15,3.51—3n
MOTOR CYCLE — Velocette 500 c.c
Apply; W. Rogers, Barber, over J. N.
Goddard & Sons, Broad Street.
17,3,51—2n.
ELECTRICAL,



ENGINE —One Brit Marine Engine
10 h.p. Gasoline or Kerosine. Reasonably
new and in good order. Apply: K.
Corbin, Brighton, Black Roek,

17.3.51—3n.





ONAN—Lighting

Plant, 12-15 volts,

30 amps, 400 watts, with lamps and
spares, A. Barnes & Co, Ltd.
LIVESTOCK



SIORSES—2 y.o. Gelding ““Ladyswan"
(Jim Gackerjack ex Sugar Lady) un-
named 2 y.o, gelding Wim Gackerjack
ex Princess Stella). Apply: J. R.
Edwards. Telephone 2520,

27.2.51—t.f.n.

MECHANICAL

er
PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS—Limited
quantity of world famous Hermes Baby,
Swiss made. Call early at K, R, Hunte

&: Co, Ltd., Lower Broad Street.
15,3.51-—6n,

MISCELLANEOUS

—————————

AERATED WATERS PLANT — One
Barnett-Foster Filling and Capping Head.
Three Carbonators, (German). Electric
Motor, Shafts Pulleys, Spare Parts, Gas
Tubes etc. All in good order and excel-
lent performers, Apphy to M. Abbadi,
Dial 2297. 17.3.51—3n.

BATHS — In Porcelain Enamel, tn
White, Green, Primrose with matching
units to complete colour suites. Top
grade. A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.

26.1.51—t.f.n.

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









draperies. By Kirsch, Dial 4476 A.
BARNES & CO., LTD. 13.2,51—t.f.n
——

HEAVY WOODEN COUNTER—23 feet

long, 2 feet wife, 3 feet high. May be
s¢en at Stansfeld Scott & Co. Ltd., Broad
Street. 16.3.51—3n,

SOAP, “CAMAY” & “IVORY"—Just
received a small shipment of “Camay”’
Toilet Soap and ‘Ivory’ Soap. Price
28. per cake. Get yours to-day from
BRUCE WEATHERHEAD Ltd. a

16,3,51—-3n,



VENETIAN BLINDS, Kirseh Sun-aire
all metal DeLuxe Venetian blinds, to yorrr
sizes deliveny 3 weeks, Dial 4476.
A. BARNES & Co., Ltd.
13.2,51-—-t.f.n,
PLANTS—A limited quantity of various
Species of Crotons. Dial 3467.
17,3.51—10.



pectinases inanimate
PURLINE & PRINCIPLE 66 x 40 Root
ccvered with galvanised fron in good
condition. Apply to the Old Ice Company.

Prince Wm. Henry Street.
10.3.51—t.f.n.



ee
ROLL-UP DAYLITE MOVIE SCREEN
I» case, good order, Fitt, Se ae
pa nn

by] General Motor Bus Co., Nelson Street.

cne Austin
urder seven
in accident).

A-70, 1950 Model, donc!
thousand milés (damaged {
Sale at 2 p.m. Terms

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer,
17.3.51—5n.

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

ON TUESDAY the 20th we will sell at
the Manhattan Club and at premises
formerly occupied by W. A. Medford &
Co., Prince William Henry Street,

Vegetable Dishes, Plates, Teapots, Milk

cash



Jugs, Cups and Saucers, Meat Dishes,

Saucepans, Pine Chairs and Tables
‘very good), Bar Counter, Gas Ranges
(3 burners), 1 gallon Rum Barrels,
Enamel Sinks, 1 Typewriter, Knives,
Forks and Spoons, (and at W. A. Medford
& Co), 1 Pine Desk, 1
Shelving, Rum Breakers, Boards, Wire
Doors, Electric Fittings,
malade, Pickles, Ale and other Grocew/
se Galvanize Hinges, Marble Top
‘able.

Sale: 12 o'clock, Terms cash.

BRANGER, TROTMAN & CO.,

Auctioneers.
17.3.51—2n,

REAL ESTATE

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, REAL ESTATE
AGENT AND AUCTIONEER OF MAGA-
ZINE LANE, can offer you real estate
of all descriptions. If you are interested
in buying a house or property, have a
look at his extensive list. Prices to suit
every one, If you cannot get to him
Dial 3743 and he will come to you. ANY-
THING IS REAL ESTATE SEE —

D'ARCY A, SCOTT.
17,3.51—2n,

WALL BUILDING—-On 4,362 sq. ft., at
69 Roebuck Street, Downstairs, Spacious
Store, Store Rooms and Garage. Upstairs-
Four Bedrooms, Drawing and_ Dining











Rooms, etc. Suitable for Business,
Dwelling or Industry. Frontage: 43 ft.,
Depth 100 ft. Concreted right through.

Apply to M. Abbadi. Dial 2297

17.3.51—An.



—_—_——_——.

By public competition at our office
James Street on Thursday, the 22nd
March 1951, at 2 p.m.

21% perches of land at 4th Avenue,
Parks Road, Bush Hall, St. Michael
together with the stonewall bungalow
thereon

Inspection on application to the owner
Mr. Joseph Moore between the hours of
9 a.m, and 5 p.m. except Sundays.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale apply to —

HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD.
16.3.51—6n.

ee
That most desirable property VICTORIA
orn the seaside near Worthing’s Post
Office, just being thoroughly renovated
with additional land added to it, 3
bedrooms 2 with running water, dining
room, drawing room, breakfast room,
kitehen’ toilet and bath, servants room,
gerage, Electric. Gas for cooking, ideal
locality. Can be occupied irenedietely,
For inspection on further information

dial 8150, 17.8.51—3n,

A pareel of land containing 41,752
square feet situated at Brittons Hill,
St. Michael.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition at our office in Lucas
Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, the 30th
day of March 1951, at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY,

BUNGALOW—Navy Gardens, 3 bed-

rooms, every convenience includi s

ee
We have in stock Card Board Ege | garden, water supply. As new, £3,

Shells in three sizes, prices
and 26c. These can be used for your
Easter Gifts of Ties, Scarves; Stock-
ings ete., or can be A ee ne
heese, Barley Sugar an er Sweets.

. ie KNIGHT'S Ltd.
35.3,51—3n

————————————
WBE buy and sell household equipment Rock. Vacant with immediate posses-

of all description. Qwen T. Allder, Roe-
buck Street. Dial 2299,

YACHT CONDOR, length 17 ft. beam
6 ft. completely fitted out. Apply: Wicks,







Woodside Gardens. Phone 3189.
11.3,51—4n.
YACHT — Yawl “Frapeda” approx

37% ft. long, with gray marine engine.
Recently painted and in good condition.
Apply: Vincent Burke. Telephone 4569
or 27.2.51—t.f.n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereyy warned against
giving credit to my wife, ELEANOR
GERTRUDE CRICHLOW inee Hoyte) as
1 do not hold myself responsible for her
or anyone else comtracting any debt or
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed b; me

Signed GAMERON CRICHLOW,
Newbury

St. George

17.3.51—2n







The public are hereby warned

ve credit to anyone ex«
signed by

ed D. C. DR AS

Enterprise, Chris

yaa

writte de

Sigr TON

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32c, 28¢ | Phone 4476.

sion.
3.3.51—40 | Top Rock or ie

16.3.51—t.f. n.

a

MODERN—3 or 4 bedroom house con-
structed in stone having 2 fully tiled
tollets and baths, built in cupboards
throughout the bedrooms, drive in 2 car
gerage, 2 servant rooms, standing on half
an acre of land on Hill, Top

For viewing a] prety Down.

. 14.3,51-—5n.





TAKE NOTICE
KIST

That KIST CANADA,
the

address is 11 Cobourg Street,

for the registration of . trade mark in
Part “A” of Register in respect of non-
alcoholic, non-cereal,
sold as soft drinks and syrups and con
centrates from which such soft drink
are made, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month from
the 15th day of March, 1951, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
netice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The

trade mark can be seen on application

at_my office.
Dated this 14th day of March,
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—2n

| TAKE NOTICE
ANCHOR

THE NEW ZEALAND Co-
OPERATIVE DAIRY COMPANY
LIMITED, a Compeny registered under
the laws of New Zealand, Manufacturers
and Merchants, whose trade or busines:
address is Dairy Buildings, London Street
Hamilton, New Zealand, has applied fo”
the registration of a trade mark tn Par
“A” o} in respect of dairy pro-
ducts of all kinds, particularly butter,

1951.



cheese, condensed and evaporated milk, |

eid dried milk, and casein for food,
and will be entitled to. register the same
after one month from the 15th day o!
March, 1951, unless some person shali
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 1951,
H. WHELLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
THE STAG

That JONKOPINGS OCH VULCANS
NDSTICKSFABRIKSAKTIEBOLAG, a
Joint Stock Company organized under
the laws of Sweden, Match Manufac-
turers, whose trade or business address
is 16, Vastra Storgatan, Jonkoping,
Sweden, has applied for the registrstion
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of matches, and will be
entitled to register the same after one
month from the 15th day of March, 1951
unless some person shail in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration,
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at by office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 195).
H, WELLIAMS.
Registrar of Trade Marks.
15.3.51—3n,

TAKE NOTICE
BLACKBUCK

That C. & E. MORTON LIMITED, a
British Company, Preserved Provision
Merchants, whose trade or business ad-
dress is Portsoken House, 156 & 157,
Minories, London, E.C., England, has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in respec:
of sauces, and will be entitled to regist r
the same after one month from the 15th
day of March, 1951, unless some person
shall in the meantime give notice in dup-
licate to me at my office of opposition
of such registration. The trade mark
can be seen on application at my office.

Dated this 14th day of March, 1951.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
15,3.51—3n.

TAKE NOTICE
TEXACO

That THE TEXAS COMPANY, a cor-
poration organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Delaware, United
States of America, Manufacturers, whose
trade or business address is 135 Fast 42nd
Street, New York, State of New York,
U.S.A., has applied for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in
respect of gasolines, naphthas, kerosenes,
furnace oils, lubricating oils end greases,
cutting oils, gas oils, fuel oils, hydraulic
transmission oils, asphalt and asphaltic
products, roll roofing, individual and strip
shingles, rust-proof compounds, industrial
and medicinal petrolatum, and petroleum

ax.

Note: The Mark consists of a Red Star
with the letter “T” in green imposed
thereon and is limited to the colours
black, red and green. and will be entitled
to register the same after one month from
the 16th day of March, 1961, unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office of
opposition of such registraton. The trade
mark can be seen on application at my









H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
15.3.51—8n

TAKE NOTICE
CORALOX

That GENERAL MOTORS CORPORA-
TION, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Delaware, United States of America
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
eddress is West Grand Boulevard & Cass
Avenue, Detroit, State of Michigan,
ULS.A., has applied for the registration
of @ trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in respect of motor driven vehicles
internal combustion engines, accessories
and devices of all kinds for motor driven
vehicle, and engines, electrical apparatus
of all kinds, measuring and scientific
epparatus including spark plugs, spark
plug insulators, spark plug porcelains,
spark plug parts, radio spark plugs,
resistors for preventing ignition systems
from interfering with radio apparatus,
radio spark plug testing devices, devices
end machines for cleaning spark plugs,
abrasive compound for cleaning spark
plugs, ignition cables, terminals for
electrical connections, pumps, combined
fuel and vacuum pumps, fuel pumps,
vacuum pumps, filters, ofl and gasoline
filters, of] and gasoline strainers, speedo-
meters, speedometer driving mechanism,
tachometers for general use, film speed
indicators, ammeters, oil gauges, pressure
operated gauges, thermogauges, tempera-
ture indicating devices and apparatus,
liquid level indicators, air cleaners, air
cleaners for internal combustion engines,
combined air cleaners and _ intake
silencers, combined air cleaners and
flame arresters, intake silencers, auto-
matic chokes, crank case breathers,
instrument panels, revolution counters
of all kinds, odometers, reflex signals,
repair and replacement parts of all
such devices, parts and accessories of
all such devices, and will be entitled
to register the same after one month
from the 15th day of March, 1951,
unless some person shall in the meantime
give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration.
The trade mark can be seen on applica-
tion at my office.

Dated this 14th day of ee: 1951.

H. WILLIAM
Registrar of Trade andl
18.3.51—8n.

office.
Dated this 14th day of March, 1951.





TAKE NOTICE
BOTANY

That BOTANY MILLS, INC., a cor-

poration organized and existing under



LIMITED, »
‘crporation organized and existing under
laws of the Dominion of Canada,
Manufacturers, whose trade or business
Stratford,
Province of Ontario, Canada, has applied

maltless beverages;











































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

GOVERNMENT





WANTED NOTICES











Road 15.3.51—3n} bly not later than the 24th March.

A SALESMAN ~vitn previous ‘experi-
ence, Write stating experience and salary

16.3.51—2n





i, inten oberee week 72 cents and
h cents Sundays 24 words —. over 24

words 5 cents a word week—4 Cents a MOUSE OF ASSEMBLY—CHAPLAIN

word Sundays.
| HELP . APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Chaplain of the
House of Assembly. The salary attached to the post is $144 per
| nia =o as reust have | annum,

vu rmit s :

| Pilling Station, clo F Ticaaee, ae 2. Applications should reach the Clerk of the House of Assem

rs

UNIFORMS FOR MALE NUKSES AND ORDERLIES

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday, 20th March, 1951, for the MAKING OF
UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES for a period
ot one year from Ist April, 1951.

Tender forms will be supplied on application to the Secretary,
General Hospital, and tenders will not be entertained except they are
cn forms supplied by the Hospital.

Persons tendering must submit at the time of tendering letters
from two other persons known to possess property, expressing their

a to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the
con t.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary,

required. Box 22 Bridgetown, Barbados,
10. Or ee aoa ee 3i—fn fb

“YOUNG LADY Stenotypist with k LADY Stenotypist with know-
ledge of office work. Apply

by letter
stating previous experience to

“Agency”,
| P.O. Box 246, Bridgetown,

Pus nein. NaC ee 10.3.51—t.f.ne
|

“YOUNG LADY for our off LADY for our office. Onk
those with previous book-keeping ea
perience need apply
Co, Ltd., Broad Street.



Stansfeld, Scott ¢&
15.3.51—~ Coe e aaa mene os sce n

’

| LAD¥—For general office work witht
| knowledge of Stenography and ayes:
| Apply in writing

Bridgetown.

_—_——

LADY w'th full experience of Hotel

P.O. Box
16.3. 31—en.

to

Gen-



Managément and Housekeeping wishes 3
ost as Manageress or Housekeeper |€'al Hospital. 14.3.51. n, e.o.d,
References if desired. Apply: Mrs. Ward,
P.O, Box 71, Antigua. See ee a Meare
TENDER FOR SUPPLIES
"MISCELLANEOUS



SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12

WANTED
. 2900p INVESTMENT for £3,800 at|© Clock noon on Tuesday, 20th March, 1951, for supplying eee dn
"e. rite c vi

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W.1. Will Play 5°Tests' 77,.C. Has Best Exam. Results

Qn Australian Tour

Provisional Fixtures Arranged

(From Our Own Correspondent)

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1951









Rheumatism
and Backache

@ From Page 5 trary, we are insisting on a higher matters except to achieve aca-—
team showed an ability to fight standard of scholarship for pro- demic success, The cure of the
back against reverses which was motion to our specialist sixths, but _diseasé lies in the recognition of
Most encouraging a schoo] should create a citizen the fact that the personal qualities







MELBOURNE. M h 16 Many of our swimmers took before it creates g barrister, a off a or eee re im-
i ) NE, March 16. creditable parts in the Water Polo doctor, or chartered account- portant as his intellectual capa-
THE Australian Cricket Board of Control to-night| competitions, and swimming seems ant. Let no parent or ° boy city. It Ww See Se Se ota Aes eana galhisbelseaiy i a K Yi
approved the tour of the West Indies team in Australia| to be very popular in the School gt imagine he is being: educated at Sv otities = Talteped ‘Although | ¢h4s.ail troubles due to faulty kidney action tp
this vear ; |the moment. We put a School Harrison College if he attends only Watties are | he’ exnmina | eee eon ies ee ee aw , I y T SOA ea
a ae ‘ E ; Water Polo team into the water the official teaching hours.’ Let #@ay attention to the examin: frases neem ieee Seema hiss Lammeea, Cacbeeee sy , .
A tentative programme has been arranged for the | against. the Cadets of H.M-S. him not set out only to extract eeieige® candidste for Eves, frequent ‘and Colds, Poor En-
approval of the West Indies. : Devensbire. Ifthe School Lasket- from it what he can get in theyeenployment, my se a py BR ey BE "IMPERIAL LEATHER @ LINDEN BLOSSOM e __ BLUE HYACINTH
Ww. H Jeanes, Secretary of tne _ } ball team did not win, at least the way of qualifications and ad- slinbie 4 ated + he served weil | 4p Nights, go to your chemist today for Cystex oS
Board, said it was proposed that Tom larke Old Harrisonians did, and the con- vancement, for it fs contrary to re! Ce Ck hen tis | Opa Pe ah 4nd wen next week i
€&th of the five Tesis should Jast | stant owns ¢ in the Cadet Corps cr has been a

practices healthy

. q) enthusiasm for the future
Har. Clollege | The Football season has barely

human experience to get some-

Helps Nature 3 Ways
thing for nothing.

The fore treatment is highly scientific, ng
specially compounded to soothe, tone and clean
raw, sore, sick kidneys and bladder and to re-

yaluable member of school teams!
or school societies, if his sports-

tive days instead cf six, except the
lasi, which would be played to a
finish, if

Let him rather
give to the School, help in its





this w ecess. i ias y Pas manshi and his loyalties are ’ deons ‘
eS rome Vas necessary lo ‘ started, but I believe that we have activities, take part in its Societies, an mo qulekiy: a a ue vecciin ae Tack
aecide the seric ee rae ' . z . :
aareePrntey iad cates a a good reservoir of future talent and its Games, and he will be re- n short, if he has shown a real | 5afmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex works ia
The tentative programme is: Champion The short paid. ' these 3 ways to end your troubles: —

coming up the School. The School can provide op- jnterest in others and in the com-

26 and 27 vs sweastl f : . .
October 26 and 27 vs. Newcastle athletic season is now in progress, portunity, but a man’s opportun- junity generally.

3
(1) Starts killing the ers which are attack- |
South Wales

ing your Kidneys, Bladder and urinary sys-
at Neweastle, New



; my , tem in two hours, yet is absolutely ha:
Ocicher 30 and 31 vs. Queen A. A. “Tom” Clarke, Division] We have lost most of those ities are not his circumstance;, to human time: reas ee
w * ° os . . ‘ham f on ereka . siz . 7 : . . ia i Hi @ rid o ith destroying, dead: i~
jand Country XI at Townsvalle | Champion of Harrison College athletes who won us such re- but the use he makes of them. House Victories 1) sonous sclds with which post ayer Nes i
Rovember 3 te. T vs. Queensiang Wi 35 points, was Victor Ludo-| sounding victories recently, so it Atter congratulating the School Enthusiasm to work for a group'/ become saturated.
aaa vt ; ‘um when the College Sports|is possible we shall suffer a the Governor said: larger than yourself is an essen- | (4) Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,
at Brisbanc : 3 zi > Ir h . : a ; protects you from the ravages of disease-
3 : “ -ar, ended at the Weymouth field yes-| temporary eclipse, but we hope regret to say that the future tial element in good citizenship.| @ attack on the delicate filter organism, and
November 9 to 14 FIRST TEST terday atiernnsa s '

at Brisbane

it will be temporary.

is threatened, Mr. Hammond has When you are a small boy in a



. simulates the entire system.





November 16 t: 20 vs. New . Clarke, who also gave a good| ‘The great event of the Sports #8ain issued a warning regardingygehool you should attach yourself 9 Weeks in Hospital—Now Well
wi tek eee he Gs wt performance last year, was only| season is, of course, our Tour to the threat to the maintenance of to your House, take pride in its “! have sugered for five years with Kidney and
south Wales at Sydney defeated i | ae 5s, se, the high standard ft hi : b ‘ood 7 trouble, also Rheumatic pains and Stif,

November 23 to 27 vs. Victoria @feeted in one event. This was}Q.R.C., Trinidad, next month. I _ igh standards of teaching victories. and try to be @ Joints. I was not able to raise my arms and
ioe . hi 27 vs. in the 100 yards when Crane which are essential for the future enough to represent it. As you spent nine weeks in hospital. They said I would |
y rene ex 80 to December 5 "0S¢¢, ahead of him to win in 11 know that there was great dis- well-being of Barbados. Recruit- grow older, you may hope to re~ Younger: well and strong (Sed) J AP

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December 7 to 11 vs. South Aus-
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tr lie at Per ' to 18 vs, West Aus: fopmance at the Inter-School] but the problem was one of funds. _ We have had the same problem jgarned that lesson of loyalty’ you ) trial, and wish 1 had tried it tong ago one saved | 3 :

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; with 28 points, in the consolidation of school 't temporarily by adopting a when you grow up. ~ Guoranteed to Put You Right j recognise for themselves 7
December 31 to January 1 Rudy Webster who _ finished ar n't we icy f shor’t tracts og a
resterer MHRA i ‘ : tud) bs 1 s ; -m lation. Policy of shors-term contracts or Money Back : =
FOURTH TEST at Melbourne. vith 12 points to be Champion of ent Be ance ae bes ncaa which offer higher but non- I should like to say a word to heh Corton trate Sek ileshick ' the consistently superb cut,
January 8 to 10 vs. Tasmania At Class 4, was again magnificent on] ;,oney by producing a play, but Pensionable emoluments and Qld Harrisonians, An Old Boys today. Give it a thorough test. fit and finish of the
Launceston is the field, He won all the events]. 4 yeas | te ant meee passage grants until such time as Society elsewhere survives to some od fol younsin, ereneer,
Janvary 12 to 15 vs. Tasmania jn pis division and perhaps his| We Dave still had to ask for SUP~ the people of Barbados, through extent from the exhilaration of Better in ‘every way, in 94 IDEAL TAILORING
at Hobart. times in the flat races could have|POFt by subscription. It is @ their representatives, are ready reunions, In a small island, where | Wal ts Soueenyecs meee? |
Jaquary 18 to 22 vs. Victoria at ;ean better if he had someone tc] Worthy cause which will appeal t>) adopt the more generous terms almost daily contact is made by) Yepsires @ back if you return the empty
Melbourne _. rival him, In all events he wor |t@ those many Old Harrisonians o¢ goryiee which operate in the members, sore other stimu'us is , package. Act now! ia We will welcome the Op-
January 25 (onwards) FITTH py a wide margin from the othe: | Who themselves took part in these Caribbean and elsewhere, necessary. I suggest it lies in the KIDNEY portunity of proving this to
TEST at Sydney lads ‘ competitions in the past. The “it is only a few days ago that fact that the future of Barbados, ys e BLADD r2 you in our
pT New Zealand Visi Div, 2 Champion | Pitar met io the work ot flat hendmaater of hate ut, Ns o Rl | te cUanarate nonce, ANCA
Mr. Jeanes Said that at the co! Charles Evel vas Che “CT 2 tO > D ospital, who is also lieve side
clusion of the tour, the propose | of ert 2 with ‘2 ee as the Chaplain, the art and music the Chairman of the Headmasters’ and on the outlook of students of TAILORING DEPARTMENT ;
schedule would enable the We t the 440 yards he was defeated by| Classes and scouting, the head- Conference of the Empire, if he Harrison College, In passing, may ;
Indies team to go to New Zealand Carmichael, another lad with| Master concluded. thought that recruitment would I say that if the Constituuon of $565655555$$S999S5SSSS6SSO8 on the first floor of
for a brief tour if they desired. heaps of energy. Evelyn however I comment on the voluntary be possible on such a basis, His the Governing Body is modified, % ’
If the West Indies did not go to carried off the 220 yards with | activities gt some length becauseconsidered opinion was that if an I hope it will be possible to give | & eas
New Zealand, Australia would driving finish and was second in| they are a most important part ofappeal at a high level was made the Old Harrisonian Society some x At St. Cyprian’s Chureh ; 1
send a team there in February tle: 100 yards. a full school education. I spent to the profession, a scheme of official representation. % % & C0., LTD.
—Reuter The Division 3 Championship] over 17 years in a public school secondment might well be possi- | : x The Guild of St, Christopher will %
ended in a tie between Barker ana|in England, where, although I was ble and be successful 5 Recreation — % aenene g 10-13, Broad Street
i Cl b Weatherhead, They each scorec|very enthusiastic about games, ‘ \I have been much impressed | & STAINER’S CRUCIFICTION % ,
Savanah u ten points, Barker won the 100|oth in playing them and coach- Pensionable Staff by Mr. Hammond's reference t0/}§ On sunday next (Palm Sunday) %& 2
y y is T. t and 220 yards races while|ing them, I found it mast neces- 1 eet ee such s.eeenne may the need is a ir el se iy in % at 4.15 p.m. Ngati oer oD
4 ‘ am Weatherhead as first the tes vets fi create a‘ further problem in re- games and recreation and it isy¢ Among the Soloists will be Mrs.
Camis }0urn os High aha Long Jumps. r heh a erenele “ sig # that whee spect of the pensionable staff—as surprising that a school like x Sydney Willock, Messrs. Geo
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS While “Tom” Clarke took the | 224 come to school to learn as well | have found in relation to the Harrison College has not a gym- Se ee a Cee amearee
LADIES’ SINGLES honours yesterday, his rival, Mor-| #8 © Play. Here I find the re- Medical Department, nasium. If the Old Harrisonian] $ Pi. Nor ety vy PBratmwsite ‘base .
girs: Leage beat’ Miss Challenor C—1, io) as outstanding when the| Verse. I feel it most necessary to y can only repeat what I have Society would make themselves % Organist and Conductor: POSTER COMPETITION
is MIXED DOUBLES first part of the programme was | CxPlain _ Setters a said on other . occasions. The responsible for providing that x Mr. Bentley Callender % 4 A
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G. Manning ¢ leted Wednesday after- | % ® alanced education besides salaries and terms of service of amenity and would allow other ALL ARE INVITED } ‘
beat aol jBeniemln and E, A. Ben autre saps tebe ednesday - afte) la eee of proficiency in ce nt professional officers in Barbados well wishers to contribute, 1! Bs aad oa ae
jamin 6 ‘ ourric aie ; “ : 6 é . ¥
Miss Eilee yen a A. Gittens On that occasion Morrison, a (| CU?Ticulum It was of English must be brought up to market would be happy to head the list]? ?9SO%GG%GG9GG 9G GGOSGGG% :
bortatee ae Poriine aad 0 i Goce six-footer, eartied off the “High schools that the scathing comment rates if we are to maintain the of donations. Caribbean Interim Tourist Committee
0-6, 75, 6-3. ; Jump and Shot Put and was!Was made “There is one God, and pre-eminence of Barbados in the I now come to the most im~ | === a,
eres stents oe eee p. patter. Second in both Long Jump and tthe Captain of Football is His Caribbean which Barbadiang have portant feature of a School})t aml etn sa
con beat Miss Savage and Miss Wilson Hurdles. He was defeated in the| Prophet”, but the worship of ex- so long earned and enjoyed. Speech Day. |] would ask the )): ately. Byen7body Posters by local artists wi!) be accepted by the
Sars s last mentioned by James Wil-] aminations is an idolatry every I have referred to the disease Headmaster at some convenient { SERVICE OF SONG
: eens BeVeLes .. liams, whit as pernicious. I am not de- of “examinaftionitis.” Its symp- time to give the School an extra | Barbados Publicity Committee Information
coon Me tee Ke aha Gite The Old Boys’ Race was one of] crying the student; on the con- toms are a belief that nothing else holiday in honour of this day. cae sv, Bit peOtuERs ’
Sisnett 7—5, 7—5 the interesting events of the day respectfully invite you to their Bureau, Pier Head, up to the 2n i
: Son eer ee eae oi - 3 ae a se some of a ro which ' will fake Blace what , , up to the 2nd April, 1951.
tereot 6-3, 6-1, ; WE Chempiane OF THE: school, sud vis . © ® ° SUNDAY NEXT, MARCH. 16TH.
tS saline as ‘Tony Wickham, Austin’ Hus- Cricket Match At | Swimming Spice Russia Knows Soak taser i ets coerce.
LADIES’ SINGLES a » JO rusbands @ ope, , and don't fail to come and. see j j j ‘
Mrs. R. S Bancroft v. Miss I, Lenagan entered. Colle T d | LONDON, How To Win The Hungry Man from ‘Clapham The judging will be conducted by the Barbados
Se Seen eT eee cuke, Jr... Honours went/to Tony Wick- a ‘ge 1o- ay | Swimming is the spice of life ere es Arts & Crafts Society, and th Fn allt
: MIXED DOUBLES ' ham, with John Husbands second] 4 couRTS XI Jed by W. D for 70-year-old Albert Trayler of LONDON Prise of Admhisaion ° raits society, and the winning poster
Afr. and Mrs, R. Challenor v. Miss and Austin Husbands third, ae _.'+ \. | Ilford, Essex County. ‘ tak . a :ENTS 1/6 s
Ramsey, and A, F. Jemmott Girls Race Sea‘y will engage an Erdiston XI} Trayler goes to the Ilford], Soviet Russia is apparenily ae eet OP eee will be forwarded by the Barbados Publicity
Mrs. D. Worme and D, I, Lawless v toy Coll , t an's| 20 @ cricket match which will be} Municipal pool every day and teaching her allies and satellites 17.3.51—1n, *
BED ie ar tante, se Nr 63 Node. aia eT Ai meen played at Erdiston College today.|swims half a mile to keep fit, | POW, te develop winning streaks. pe a Committee to the Executi S t
Mrs. P. Patterson and R. S, Bancro ollege did not let down her) play will begin at 1.30 pm eee : ) Pp ' Moscow Radio reported that| === ive ecretary,
v Mrs, C. 1. Skinner nd A.M, Wilson, school, She entered in the School The Courts X1: D. T. Daniel {It takes him approximately 27 the Soviet delegation of skaters
Miss Branch and W.aA artis - oe Girls’ Race (Senior) and won AF Actey ty : see S , | minutes to cover the d'stance. sich t Meandae Yee CLT. Trinidad
Mrs. A, Warren and W. Be. Fe els of over dic . F, Daniel, A, L, Roach, E. H. Trayler said: an skiers who atte 5656550950559. ’ .
Miss Eileen Bowen and T A Gittens a i Six. , ‘ Thorpe, A. Waithe, W. D. Sealy ae Fase enn ; rr World Student Winter Games at ot g
y, Miss D. Wood and Dr, C. G, Manning. In the Junior School Girls’ ; . I learned to swim when I was ; F di % j
one Race honours went *o St. Wini- (Capt.), J. W. Byer, R. W. Kell- eight years old. I am a teetotal- Poiana, Rumania, have returne x
fred’s School, represented by June} ™#", R. Fitzpatrick, C. Parris and Jer, but smoke an ounce _ of home eee ree. aaa % BARBADOS MUSEUM %
Bratton Wins fit » June Benny Hedge eve day, oe, ike sit he, erie gastos
; The Champion House was D “I have never been ill, and on he rae Tatanty . 12 % . x 229NeSToUw,
W alte wel ht with 16114 points while House E 9 have no aches or pains, thanks viltorios Li taking first olace.” % EXHIBITION OF %
& r £ came second with 79 points. The What son To-day Vinvewler ae: wea tli Recently Moscow Radio re- $ : ‘ % USE
other Houses in order were: C 75 rayler says he is willing to ‘ ah
Title (N.B.A.) points, A 71, F 66 and B 46% Police Courts—10 a.m. swim against any man of his Seeie'gtien ares Takes” chats xg PAINTINGS x
CHICAGO, March, 15 “rg lusi Lady S. aaa. ‘panties football iy I.N.S rene ae ee ee return SN Tae : ANTI C R S
xO, arch, . e conclusion Lady Savage ‘ partan ootba! —iI.N.S. os ; ; * x iI IV
Johnny Bratton of Chicago won distributed the prizes, A. A. team at Kersington — 5 ns oe after Mime Ws. sl? BER te 1 O RO E PAINT
the National Boxing Aes Clarke, being winner of nearly p.m. ae cee, oe HAROLD C. CONNELL. yi
of America version of the world every event in his division, car- ‘ yl I PED GIOD SSRI E OTS ORY = SS = Open Daily Sundays. %
‘aa cata se re Te ht : > CINEMAS % : wre . . 1:
ee enined, fake naantaent Orie conte an as follows : st aap Lihat i Look your Best for ore << 3
ever Charlie Fusari of New 1, 100, YARDS—Class 1.—Record 10 Rte serene ef gee % toe Just Opened 335596599 99505S65556O"™" Iron and Steelwork cannot corrode beneath a coat of
Jersey over 15 rounds sre (Ce McKenzie 1943) at on Olympic : “James Brothers of % . ae Proof against heat or cold, the corrosive
"ie a > upper Pe eee ae ee ere Missouri 445 & 8.15 p. ; E A S T E aiv of big cities, salt spray and seawater, BOWRANITE
goed pert ag Pada 5 A. Clarke (Dy Brd, H. Jones 1A). 11 Paes “Bridgetown: NW eal at -ahe ¢ HRISODOL [rer erceeal is used by cael mistuptne edes ack aathariiies,
. * * *} | ecos’’ & “Masked Riders” 9.30 ‘ 136 Roebuck St. — Dial 2813 ' eye ° 7 :

; 2. 100 YARDS—Class 2—Record 10) | én .
eee eer to ae cae Seas nect, (0. M Browne 1945) =tat, Bartow! am. 100 om. “Bee For Two in our ATTRACTIVE TABLETS ( Christian Science and public and industrial contractors everywhere.
short count in the fo’ (2): ands, Bvelyn xi; 3rd, ‘Tudor, (B) Plaza (Oistin): “The St f Bob LASTIN
Sr Roofer again or 4 COU nen i] Maa Sin aa giny gh ee NG & BEAUTIFUL HISODOL eadiné Room YOU SHOULD USE IT. TOO
of nine in the tenth, secs, (CH We OM TA. Hh ure 5.15, Men 9 p.m, : wD

Under the terms laid down by bands toua)—asi, Barker iA}; and Hus-|| Owely (Garden) | “Return of the ect ee oe Tough, flexible, yet non-cracking, BOWRANITE is
the N.B.A. Bratton must give a bands, {D1 ard, cummings iC). 124 sey, * SHOES, “HATS BISURATED MAGNESIA }}| ( ‘*7 F-008: nowsx & sows made in many attractive shades.
$5,000 guarantee to fight Kid yocs pH. Haynes 11949) —Ast, Webster | STOCKINGS Powder & Tablets Hours: 10 a.m.—2 p.m. Stocked in...
Gavilan of Cuba in New York 02 (&); 2nd, Sealy (Bi; 3rd, Forde (D) 128] GS ( Tuesdays, Wednesd )
May 4, The winner of that fig..t %ees |. ae Ta UNDERWEAR LIVONAI + ays, Permanent Green, Red, Grey, Black and
Dina avis 5. 220 YARDS—Class 1 Record | BRASSIERES 4 Fridays. .
ig due to meet the British cham )"4/10 secs, (A. 1. Husbands 1950) Ist | The Weather q ( 10 a.m.—12 o'clock 5 Super Black (Heat Resisting)
pion Eddie Thomas within three A. Clarke Di; 2nd, Walthe 1D); 3rd,| : eS ea Sey VOTE EPHAZONE TABLETS Saturdays. in tins of Imperial Measure.
months, Sones WAY 231 Secs ey aasl ° /N0-DAY or Them! DODDS FILLS ( ge ONE GALLON WILL COVER 1,000 SQ. FT.
—Reuter. secs, (A_ H Husbands 1946)—I1st, C, s \t thie Roun sue Bible and
de eels e ney oe Sun Rises; 607 a.m. ’
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° 7. 220 YARDS—Class 3.—Record 26) Moon (Full): March 23 wrt th= Goertotares by MARY BAAER - 7
Traffic Don't sees. (CH Worme 1937, (P. H. Haynes Li ‘ : SHOP evpY be read, borr v . Vi.
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] MUKDAV. MARCH 17, 1>51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THBEfi Britain. Persia Will Find A "Way Out" -ACHESON WASHINGTON. March 10. I'nitrd Slates Secretary of Stale Dean Ache-son today expressed the hope and beiief that Hi .nid Persia would llnd a way out of their differences over th* proposed nationalisation of the Persian oil industry n said at hi^ weekly press conference he very much hoped there would be m questioner called an exit" from the present position He hoped and believed Britain Md IVt :u a* ul.l wo4k out a % oluticn whi' h would protect the interests c f both countries end cnB Keeping up the i'.ow ... oil to those market* thm it had none • n the past.—Reutrr Pay Tribute To De La Moothe (Prom Out Own Csirivapondmii ST GEORGE'S. March IS Memben of the Agricultural Association at a recent general meeting paid high tribute to their reared PreekMnt, Sir Joseph de la Moothe. Sir Joseph's sight has been grsvely arlecled. A revolution passed rerordcti the Association's gratitude for the beneilts Grenada had donved from Sir Joseph's unseHlsli ass> viee It tlM BagJfsaaBd regret that the Association was no longer able to enjoy the privilege of drawing en the vast expcu.ncv At the same meeting Hon C. A O. Phillips was elected ITesident. with Mr. Herbert •md Mr. Eric Copland, r'irst and Second Vice-Presidents respectively. Messrs W. A. Knight and David Land were recommended for nomination to the Governmentsponsored Bonrd of Agriculture. 'Get rial of US md.v.l. Buf oui contract tastt tor tout yrart!" ajj V ^ HfBABVBJ y J j aV ^ BS (BjBaBBk London Express Harvios Georgetown Town Council Vote Against Adult Suffrage Dockers Will Be Tried By Jury LONDON. Mar.li \H Burly London dockers kissed a lawyer in the sUeet hcie today Jn en thus) ism at the way he had defended seven cf their leader* ihargcd with inciting an illegal -strike. They lifted him on to th'ir licuWIersad ihaire! him down the road outside the court where the Magistrate had decided to send the seven men for Iml before o lury. The lawyer Mr S Silveiman, who Is aim leftwiug labour member of Parliament, was commended y the Judge for ins handling of the case. When the trial starts next month it will be the tlrsi time a jury has been tilled to decide a charge under the wartime order which make it an offence to strike without giving Government 21 days notice. Over O.'l'O dockers in London staged a token strike today in sympathy with the accused men —r.'uti Bread Hard To Get In Trinidad %  iiOa> 0*>a ( „ir....4.ni PORT-OF-SPAIN, March, IS. The water shortage in Trinidad has at last got company—the bread shortage. Employees of the lour Port-of-Spoin bakeries which closed down on Sunday are no longer on the pay roLL The bakeries are forced to close down, because they were losing money is a result of the low quality of flour they received from Trinidad's Controller of Imports and Exports. They cannot therefore, afford to pay non-working labourers. It is understood that delegation of labourers from the closed bakeries have called on the Hon. Albert Gomes, Minister of Labour to protest against the treatment— no pay as long as the bakeries remain closed. Despite the fact the good flour is more expensive, the bakeries would in the long run be able to operate economically if they wen* supplied with it. As a result of 'Mi-, controversy there is a definite shortage of bread in the town, as the other smaller bakeries are not able to supply On? increased demand on them. Oil GRENADA STRIKE *> Fmm Page 1 Toby Will Not Get Earldom LONDON, March 14. Toby FiUWitliam. 62. son of Victorian chorus girl and i Guards OfTtcer has failed to provi his title and H .300 000 that goc trttb it A judge decided lo-da: that his mother, fxiii-er gaiety girl Eva Raines, was not the legal Wife ill George Charles rtttWll liam when Toby' was born am therefore he is illegitimate Tob< whose full name is Qaiaggg Fmames Wentsvorth KitrWilUau had tried to prove his parent) were married In 1888 under a :ish law which said I i-iiupU were legally wed If the* merel> lived together and dectar ed themselves man and wife ir (he 'sight of God' The Judge said he had come tr SJ lusion that the assocla tion between Tobys parents be Tore their church marriage n England after his birth was "iltlcil .uid not matrimonial Today's ruling means thai Toby s younger brother Tom born after the church wedding -emains 'heir presumptive' to the neh Fit/Willfam Earldom am ..state held now by „ childles* ousln •(?< ADEN U'KK Al'pnlNTKO BONN, March 15. President Theodore Heuss io.l,i crowu nan also been looting appointed West German Chancel. liquor and provision shopt in UM lor. Dr. Konrnd Adenauer. GerMcinitv A tier, me Trinidad polie* rrany's ArsI Minister for Forelgr party b) a bus passed ami wai Affairs ince the end of Hitler's halted by the crowd refusing t regime — Renter From Our Own Correiporcdeni I .cllii rpnitfrTfiWN VTrrh ii The Mavor read a letter from GEOHGETOWN. March 13. ^ nnllKUU Secretary and TreaMcmbcrs of the Georgetown Hirer. Hon'blc E. F McDavL! Town Council by an 8—3 vote on CMC. C.B.C. In which Mr. Monday relecled a motion bv the McDavid expressed disagreement Mayor. Mr Rahman H Gajraj with adull suflraut' m muttL ipal which sought to establish the elections. The Mayor saw l principle of adult suffrage for the read the letter because at previous -"esent system of rental qualifiesdiscussions of the motion he had Uon for Municipal elections The quoted from Mr McDavid', evl-ouncil also rejected a motion by denee before the Constitution .. „,.,_ ,..,.,, Hon'ble Lionel Luckhoo, who Commission. In which Mr A l'i",l."T ,„, „in .IS asked that the rental qualineatlon McDavid had said he was In ,,^""^"k "t of th, 1„ ,i ..„' be reduced from $6 00 lo $1 00 favour or Adult Suffrage lor Cm .',,' ,',""' "' h ', '"* '„ !" per month Islatlve Council elections "' ii.'V,,^ ,1 Mr l-uckhoo was not present al how.v,-, thought thai elections •'•"d M il. v IIIIIHI: Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay M V •WdgHtg'M. Brl. Oluru llexrlill* ." A.UII.U 'it., UjagJ ||,„„Ll. '. I. u %  Hi lastMlalplu m that every rente nd every person Councillor Hon'ble C. V. Wight, contributed to such rent CHE. moved the Council's reply sense a ratepayer, yet to .,1.1,. %  '-->.<. ,,!., .. to n letter from Government askIhe franchise In the manner sugthe crowd had begun to iittack th,. \" %  Ing whether it was still the Coungest^d would be practically handell's desire that the reduction be by* over control of ...t ro-rrns carried, be "NO." This was put iffuirs to that very large section to the vote and carried 8—3 also, of Its inhabitants who might pay Voting that the reply to Governno rent at all, practically lo the mem be "Yes" were the Mayor elimination of those ratepayers, and the two women Councillors, Including the Government itself, Misdames D. J. Taitt and Janet who provided the bulk of the Jai'ati municipality s revenue. 8180 Voted For Quads 'From Our own Correspond*ill %  GEORGETOWN. March 13 The Legislative Council has approved of a grant of S1B0 being Eivcn Mrs. Agatha Sultan, towards m.imtenance of the three surviving girls of her quads. The D.G. Branch of the League of Coloured Peoples is also contributing u similar amount. Under miscellaneous the Council voted 110.000 for Tourism; $1,200 to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelly to Animals; $2,000 to the Young Men's Christian Association; (1,000 to the Young Women's Christian Association; $200 to the BG Society fur the Blind. French Set Out 8 Conditidng For Next U.N. Meeting New Issue Of Br. Virgin Is. Stamps ( Mice from the rear in i M ] \ i ^ pl lelmels of the police on their nn si*Nprj.i JII return to St. (ieorgc'_s showed FtsM, tress i huge dsati i unstable cadet sustained a knee injury and was %  I the Hospital and another also treated was Constable LelsnCM | n anallf a**Ml Dim OliMH a| [ I Hie party of sixteen were luul 2* ii .i lesser degree Ship. In Touch With Barbados Coait Station POLICE FIND THREE ARMS DUMPS MILAN. March 18 Police today announced the discovery of secret arms dumps at two big Milan industrial ulantsi-nd near Lcgnano 12 miles northwest of here. Seven DCOpto were detained at I-egnano after an anti-aircraft gun, %  n M kiin. rifle.-, pistols, handgrenades and ammunition wero t %  IIIK I A' Mil.in. Bjmf seized included two n.achine Runs and seven submachine gun.—Renter Bryan Quits C.S.P. —MPOkTS SAY WILL NOT DISCUSS RED CHINA HONG KONG, March 15 VIRGIN ISLANDS. n Fanning, AeUng Caul Four special Presidential stamps rtlan Amottisador to China since PARIS. March. l. of the values of 6c; 12c; 24c and th. Rsdj took over, trrlved in The French Government will si.20 have been selected and the Hong Kong on Thursday en routo Uliree to hold the next session of design of these stamps will comto Ottawa. tne General Assembly of the prise a map oX the British Virgin A former First Secretary of the United Nations in Paris if certain Islands with the appropriate grid Canadian Embbks) who was the conditions are fulfilled Albert | incs i^mg shown thereon toonly Canadian diplomat Giizicr. Minister of Information .eti^r w jth the title "British VlrNanking, refused gin Islands*' at the top. Ihe iniptlon "ReW>ralion of the Legislative council I95" in small lcttcriuK at the base, the latest portn.it of His Majesty the Kin|[. the iriid the denomination in figures The stamps will be placed on lie during the period from the 2nd April to the 1st July. 1951. or until stocks arc exhausted, whichever date Is earlier, during which period the current stamps of similar denominations will be withdrawn from sale. BBtS*aSkM < past BMUM S B l*Untc*. BtoiuovKk. fi '"' "" D An MOIIIUI.II.> l.i,l II Ba-AMir.. NorUndla. Hanliui. |.if "itb*. Nnix Captain Alrtran "HBiim (okMiiba*. L*wl> Ron. lOain T>, Din.,.ii EmprtM oi stcc4land. Dal Bud. BllUla. S Cipdan.) Si.nrt.h'. Burch Jiian BrlMKlux, aStano. RI.IIIUI. Nil* Andalurla. (iullpiirtr U-nHahPo. Tatli K.. atp*.iviII*. lluriim Norr tim ( ui OrawlasSl. Ilrlma. MI %  M lldu. Alrua IV|a>iii Anlalal Ml Mi VliKlnla. Macarll. Aim., Knudaro It. 1 I I' said today. The conditions were: (I) That the Session did not start before November 6 (2) That all offices in connection with the Assembly be in (Paris. (3) That further financial detail*, settled. The French Government had forwarded these imints to the United Nation* and expected an answer next week, Gazier added —Keuter left ... discuss conditions m Red China, but said he had difficulty in getting out Running flew to Saigon t., visit his daughter. Mrs. Seymour Topping wife of the Associated Prw correspondent in Indo-China He will return to Canada by ship in late Mnrch.—(C P.) RATES Oh EXCHANGE MAIS'll IS IBM I IS til V ir Ch**|t*** aa> BSSkM Htmti.U 1**11. Hitfiii Draft* >r t -in. iFram OSr O* PORT-OF-SPAii\, March, 13, Reliable reports have reached the Press that the Honourable Victor Bryan, Member for Eastern Counties and Minister of Agriculture has officially quit the Caribbean Socialist I'.irty. He was a V.ce-Presldent of this party and gave strong support to Honourable Pat Solomon in the recent elections. It has been well known that Ideologically, Messrs. Solomon and Bryan were poles apart. 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SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATF PAGE FIVE Effected A Public \li-< hii I ^Si.rZa'f B.C. Gets Best Examination Y|*rORISTs ..mi cyclists i'oi I w l un the Mailings Road mm Sentem> was postponed Si.irde> Si;, ; ->:ree by Hit Honour tha Chief Jusi.ce. TlrftYlng of a sunkenpart f Sir Allan Collymorc after | jury the roa-! opposite the Hotel Roval round him fully of having which Is causing damage o ihcr effected a public mischief on vehicles. On many occasions December 31 last year. cyclists have received sudden The prosecution proved that jerks a: this spot and once it damStanton informed the police that -'Bed ihe rear wheel of a cycle Reginald Scaley and George Weir An offlct.il from the Highwev %  of Sutlle Street had demanded Transport Department tcld in.' money from him at the point of Advocate yesterday that thil a gun, but that it was not true Department Informed the Highthat anyone had demanded wa Commbslcr.er ,f Chris: money from him in that manner. Church about this sink In hie rood Miss M. E. Bourne, prosecuted r -" d asked them to have it re the case for the Crown. Stanton P*"*d So far nothing has been was not represented. a SZ' First witness. Cpl. Arthur Tht sun *n P"* ' the road Conllffc told the court that ne u T ""ds the cover to a manhole Results Outside UK Of British Schools lithe. cfluci imit*. %  ><• boa Aim eslab a clear claim to hlghei duration failed to aecure entry, Out to accept u> many ei.lrnas "< ,tui strained #ur capacity to the utmost. £J ,i )h H r SON COLLEaE S | !" k DAY yo„erdav .ftp. £% £%? a^SST £.£. noon, the Itovernor congratulated the headmaster and his Use growing size of our forms staff and the boys on their academic and other success. obviously a limit to the the school year. aiamber of boys who can be He said that he shared with Mr Hammond a dread of that 07%^"' !" ,? "St "J 0 infectious and contagious -as well as insiduous-diseag* triable, dependent on the *knuwn as "examinatmnitis but he was informed that exittnie difflculty of ihe syllabus eluding the United Kingdom. Harrison College headed the ,u '^ ilts of all schools in the British lll( was on duty at Uie C.I D December 31 l:;st year nbou. I 45 am, when Stanton came t.i make a report. Stanton said that while on Church ViUage he was beaten by two men and robbed of *5 3. One of lh. men he knew as Regi from Suttle Street He only knew the other by sight Regi had pushed something on his side which seemed to be ? gun to him. telling him that he had to hand over all his money otherwise he (Regi) would kill him. He handed over the money M ANY COINTRV KUADS lists of examination results .. Commonwealth including the Dominions. Shortly before 230 p.m., the Governor and Lady Savage. iam.igeri a mpanied by Major DcttBal dur.ng the rains m February urc Vaughan. Private Secretary, now repaired or temporarily re arrived al the College and were paired, and trucks are getting received by a Gu.ini of Honour of 'hrough with canes to the various Cadets under Cspt G B Hunte iBctories Th* P"ty led by Mr. J. C. HamT ill: MICMHAVS AND TRANS ,n *d. headmaster of the College. PORT Department has *tjrtP roc *d^ < he School Hall erf crushing stones at Prospect. £ hc !" ""* """master delivered Ifts* m m site for the rock crushei. hl T f? d ^ ,. Ifo more stones will be crushed in h The G ' v *"! vl '>* %  > distributed the pn?es and also addressed the audience. A vote of thanks was moved by Mr. F. C Goddard after ihe Department's yard at BridgeMV. AND MRS II J>t: Kl It .•Inch the gathering went to the Investigations ConliftV raid that PC flush, of the athletic sports. The Headmaster's address i,.lill League and Baby Crech< ng the week and were extremal,make InvaMfillons. They ni „, 5? ,.„!. k .„ „,., ,.,„ w enlewd tl>-live candidate, lo Sutlle Sire.. and >aw Regi' SL C r" ho ,??"., "!'? %  Yf, " '' Schl Cer.lflc.e in 19.M %  laid Snley and Geor,.. Wir \ *" ou "., JtltZ t%!t££, E ?', ,h " "W-lhree were num.. whom lhe.v brcuB.. lo lh* C I D. 1M"; i" ''^ZTZ. 2 ?^ M X "V 1 nd "' ,hc ,wo who %  l l • Sunun said In.l Sealey .nd a " h0 re """ '" do Weir were the two men who had Ur'L h m u ,.f o h „e rJS h^ Conductor Filled £6 been a witness to the robberv r f\ %  j__ At ihe time Stanton seemed f OT MVITMUMHUif quite collected. Seibert Gibton. Iso of Reed A FINE of £6 to be paid by third dilemma which ] > ; numbers produces, the kw of a feeling of entity which is an almost Inescapable result of growth in *iie. We re in danger of ceasing to be a school and becoming an institution, and If you ask me what 1 mean by that. I sh uld reply that a school is something to which j.u belong, and an institution is something to which you go It is my dearesr wish that Harrison College shall remain a School Science The most important event of the year for Harrison College has been the generosity igf QlHW.lUH.Mil in providing „ Capital sum of tp.100 00 for equipping nev % %  '.' 'i L i! in .tones Som<> of this money will go lo reconstruct tug the upper storey of the labOMtgry buiWing and gome to BM purchase of muc e self decided to go about th/' street singing They were give. 2/by one person. 18 cents default nment with hard obtained two. and the other ihree credits. Forty-two "Very Goods" were awarded. We won thirty-threeHigher Certificates, including eight Distinctions. Four boys were deT dared by the Examiners to be of 8C ^!fand ven "" attractive Bouwd Scholarship standard, and three %£^JS*lJZHt!£ ?5 Ut "* Porl "*' O""""*' who' TV assifterl with his fees often dnds himself faced with a book bdl in September, which in uu u'liper School may he considerably more than the tees that have been i emitted St. Mii-mo r. \ jenercai>l> allowd MtttLn of thati Seholari to be provide.1 wall books, and we arc building up a small textbook library for those Vestry Scholars I would like to do the same out of Library Funds for some of the Sixth Form The Modern Studies Sixth is parUoularly hit by the cost of books, and I want to build up a stock of copies of the more expensive textbooks tn sufficient quantity to lend to boys. This is easier in History than in English, and can never be successfully applied to those special books which changx .-very year, but it will help Last Speech Day was in June 1950. so I have little to report on School games except the Cricket season Here the report is almost wholly good. We had a successful season and were indeed at the head of the table lor some weeks We beat the Police narrowly, and Carlton comfortably, took part in Feme tall scoring agauist Pickwick, and gave the redoubtable Wanderers a nasty shock when we captured seven of their wickets for 69 runs in a Kume which unfortunately had to be .abandoned In .l,mi.-s WiMrnowe had a bowler who on hiday can be as good as anyone in the Island, and In Caminie Smith ,-tnd Harrison we had batsmen who •mowed great promise Our fielding was good, although those who matched t.,e dropped catches in ihe Old Harrtsonlan Match will Rod Ihi' Sj :o believe, and th> • UP page I HARRISONS BROAD ST. NEW SHIPMENT OF more of Exhibition standard. The Report of the Barbadc E under the wly is worsmp Mr. t. A. McLcod, boys from the School as wormy or b£ Ti ?£" % ? "T 1 and iy ,,ol,c *' Morale of District "Amention, and commented-I quote a 7e ,££ SSSLf^KSL W ncn *^ y *?> ,n Howard was fouml guilty of 'rom the>r ,eport-"It was grati"** ""^ Church Village, Reginald said he wanted some of the money as ho intended going home. Stanton said he would give him none then and picked up a stone George Weir told Stanton guilty rloading the motor "bus J 43 on March 3. Cpl Kenneth Mur E hy of the Bridge Station who rought the case, said that on March 3 at about 11.55 p m. he was on duty along CrumpK reportfying to note that the Greek was as high a: "The standard illiitandard in in Latin" %  Set Ilo,.k' that he too was leaving and Street when he saw the motor Stanton took a two shilling piece out of his pocket and ga< Reginald Sealey. Stanton and he continued to lo ,,! op l s£~ E*£F2 : &?LWIJX~ corner of Tudor Street. Stanton left him. telling him that he was going to the police He said he knew Regi to be a rogue and he McLcod told Howard that It was would get him locked up. the worst case of overloading Reginald Sealey and George that had come before him and he Weir corroborated Gibson's evihoped that the fine would be a dence. "Meeting: Turn" Cpl. Harold Bryan told the Court how he tried to trace where Stanton unild have got the money from. Stanton told htm it was money he had got from a "mectim: turn" from one Mm. Ash by -if Rllerton, SCeo.*Investigations disclosed that there was no Mrs. Ashby II in EJlerton. In England ham scales academic schools of J" n w ""* %  g^* •bed. i ... .„ — lEl j. VDC an given heavv add! but """u'd be only too ready yesterday Imposed on ^'"J"* J^" 1 !" "" 8 on tlw tlonal allowances to divide to d cu the details with any. Hudson Howard, a bus conductor F 1 !' ""!! CMI ffi y i Vf M %3*2Z amongst their staff. A rather %  *0"'d take a prarti of Massian Street. St. John, by lar| y noteworthy. They listed six „i m i|iTr procedure was adopted Interest His Worship Mr E A McLcod, !" /A,'. rom .! l* Scno01 worthy ' here by the creation of SuperWe have Introduced Hiologv for a limited rumtkgr, a School subject this year We „ .. have been under great handicap as tlptlinifets *, had no equipment ior the ZooThere are some wbo. while Ugleal side, but thank to the ob. ;fave ^> 1h,r,ha,^, s ir o be 5 EK^tr w ^w; ,) ii, 11 t tamed by schools in England". .. short duration, and that the Uni„.;,*&, lo wnom * '" %  • g The general average of the work vcrsity College of the West Indies P Vfi-' j ," ', ,,l kP n Classical History was high, and will, in three or fou years, sup*. ***}' and "' Jul > ,h 'lrl romparad favourably with the plv the stalT we need I, my sell Candidate from Harrison Collegr average of most English Schools" cannot share their optimism bewi "' 'he advanced Hiology Great credit must go to the work cause I cannot fel that any mateP*t" %  "* m the General Certificate of Mr Medford and Mr. H. W rial proportion of those who win This will in future enable a boyClarke for such success, and you degrees there will select teaching from here to gain exemption from could ask for no better assurance as a career unless more inducethe Km M.B "examination whilt that the School is maintaining Its menl is offered to them. ttlll at school and will grc.itl> high standard of scholarship. Let me state plainly that I am h e |.. a medical student when he aware of the great difficulty of i 0in ni [ mlv --. ( ,„ „ „ %  >.„,| % %  Pride surmounUng this problem, and of |0 "" n "niversltv or HThe Honours i,i; is printed on ,ho "Vntpathy towards our schools your programmes, tut it is worth w ,h ,ch the Government showed as comment that last autumn a* ""I* as a year ago None-the_ many as eighteen boys from this 5* '.-, ol !? d !" '"'""S, "> "y Geography School started the., courses at ?" {y "A !" "?' \? ut ££L 1 •intetable. M nd extern various Universities within tht !" JFSS&JE! '' h S ,1 ?".i the curriculum of the Commonwealth. We lake | JttflU^7^?^ liable pr.de in our conviction th:.t P"" 1 "^ f " r In bus J 43 coming in his direction. The bus appeared to be overloaded and he motioned to the driver sitting, while others were stand ing and clinging on to the bus. Before imposing the fine. Mr deterrent to other conductors. Howard has 12 previous coi vlctlons for overloading. Similarly, Speeding Costs C / HIS WORSHIP Mr C L Walwyn. Acting Police Magistrate of District "A", yesterday flnett greater place on the buided it into Fourth we are serving Barbados well, i I know of the whole Mir pus* „ ... Hal. r |. II II %  cKoiTwK £" **onni. Boys will be sitl.ng the papers at Ordinary level thlr fare and development is the men ho teach in it. No other pro y 9 "and I hope, a few of them the mdcmir scnooi in vision rueh as building and equipat advanced level enlth that m „„i ., a i,,.t,i n n >h. u ... _r„ tim> Weston Harper of Garden Land "'Harrison College. 1M or two months' imprisonment ThiB J no *"" d in J "" ''"' " ,ln for speeding while driving the ? mu n 1 e rV There "*" '""' %  %  motor van M 2424 on Upper ,n 'hich we have not tullv mat was the case for the CoUvmore Rock Rood on Febru attained lite high standard we are prosecution and Stanton called a ary 19. setting for ourscayes. to, a bette -itness, Albert Went. Went, The Police who brought the balance ment, valuable as they are. ever equal in importance 'nudity nl the teaching staff. Before! In September 1'jau tne School in two time. I mentioned last June lh Hahnemann Rayley Memorial PTi/e. which was being so generously provided by his son Mr. Colin H. Bayley. The money u now safely invested and will aMi'SB ^arL^^^z E;^^!rHEs.£ however, corroborated the evicase said that the van was being "ke to see more attention paid to T nee: lo emphasise the probldence-of the witnesses for the driven at a speed of over 30 miles mr subjects which have been this pressure of numbers proprosecution, per hour The limit on that road "" Edmund Archer who was found 'or such a vehicle Is 20 miles per guilty earlier in the Sessions of hour. fraudulent conversion, nnd who ~^^^~ pleaded guilty to a similar offenc was sentenced imprisonment Desmond Woodroffc tenccd to 12 months' Ix months' sen imprison. Drove Without tights BERESFORD TOLL, a motor lorry driver of St. James, was prise for the Science Sixth sta ng in 1052. imparolively negUtted; in parduces"" Nor" have we~yef "felt'the have also received gif: ticular Modern Ljnguages and full impact of expansion on our WV00 from Mr a nd Mrs M.u Geography; and. as I said last Upper School. To give you one Cave, and 148.00 from year, I regard purely aendemic example. In spit, of the arrangeP. D. C. L Ince 'or the Ml achievement as only one. if the ment by which boys in the Lower Library. Mr. %  Ince wn(r : moat important, aspect of a boy's Sixth Forms now sit internal when he read his "Harrison education. 1 wish to refer to that rather than external examinapoint later. Furthermore, these lions, this summer, boys here will Its of which I tell you today be writing 1,880 scripts for the MUSCULAR tATIGUfc? Cat bock in t*p -HhAlKA-SflTZWI ./# v/ i iiim i o PURINA PIGEON CHOW ORDER YOUR SUPPLIES NOW !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD.-Di.uibu.pr.. SHOES Including :— I.IMS" III 11 K AMI HIIOWX OM Olios ii'. iii.i.mBaoQcci in UMBI "• I" 11 \ \ Sii 1; THICKS FROM $!U2 TO § 312.52 I'KK PAH. ALSO I voi TIIV i.m: sum s IN HI.ACK AM) IIKOHN Si/cs 2 lo .'a'.'j -, 'a Site-l niOM *7.12 TO J8.38 PKK PAIR MEDICINES I Mi th* %  ceny of clothes. the motor lorry M 2596 on Roe „, pre ^ nt teaching here, they ore i* likely nearly to double '•* of larceny of clothes James King of S[.elghtsto yesterday pleaded guilty to n posed I and 1/costs to be paid in 28 days or in default one month's imprisonment with hard labour. 1 i !" J t„,J *. r w, ton, and are still spending a ^ was heard imposed a fine of 30 '155L n i .hiSZZt. v 3 Liners Expected From England Three psenger liners are ex CARELESS DRIVING peeled to make calls from England TH £ decision of His Worst... at Barbados on Thursday next Mr. A. J. H. Hanschcll. Senior figures to regard the cost, not — we 5,K Police Magistrate of District "A" drain on the Treasury, but as an They are the Elders & FyfTes —who dismissed without prejuinvestment in the personal capaS S OolBte. the Dutch S S WUdice a case brought by the Police city of posterity We believe that IfrmUd ami the French S.S. Gaacharging Winlleld Belle of Barinvestment is worth while, and we eogne Tney ore all expected to racks Road. Bank Hall, with believe we can give value for sail on their southbound voyages driving without due care and atmoney. the same night. tentlon—was confirmed yesterdav \ %  ,,,. The GolflU u consigned lo by Their Honours Mr. G L. Tay_. c „ u Jv c .^ ,.( P .ri -. Mis,.,. Wilkinson & Haynes Co. kr and Mr. H. A. Vaughan. **• ^^ ^A !" ^ Ltd., and the WillemsUd is con.Judges of the Assistant Court of *£g* signed to Messrs. S. P. Musson, Appeal. Son 4c Co, Ltd., while Messrs. Sgt Fordo who prosecuted for R. M Jones At Co, Ltd., are the Police from information r agents for the Oa-*ogne celved, appealed aialnst Mr HanThe next C N S passenger ship "he" decision. The case was to call at Barbados is the Lady Uodne>. which will to rdummg from South to sail to Bermuda and Canada via the British North em Islands Her agents are Messrs Gardl Mr. I s Derrick: hat .th 40 valuahh in Abadon. where he worku with UN Anglo-Iranian Oil Co he •' once instructed his Bunkers ti ... ntendbuck Street at" about 2 10 a m J^^SSmTSTmmV tn2t£*£ >ea,, time, when we"reflch our ^f^J^. ^"ll a T*?\ on ^December;7 without lights. of a long line of brilliant scholars, lotfeal development as a hrM mmt_ofbooks_ when h,. gets bacl '"" *I? l 3. n,p . r -, C .L • W lw ? n and of the wisdom of generations stream school, and have thre* fifth forms feeding our sixths, high Tn B numerical pressure, which is proportion of tht Islands "revenue "**>>; to tncree as the I I ill p_ ,. population of this island increases, An institution such as Harrison Pr** !" '" ous dilemmas. ReCollege is necessarily expens.ve. g *•. hav only been abL and with our Increased numbers .„„!"„ am' rising costs the expense is no more static than any other. But Worship I would ask those who study Austin Km atnotb KID hn.b here I cannot tell you how often Enli? h"vc been clled Hamilton' by resignation of Dr. A. B. D Hamilton There is tittle that I can tell a Barbadian audience about Dr Hamilton. Hii name has been so long associated with Harrison College that they might almost be considered inseparable Before I came out here I heard about him from all those who told me about fender Spartan Play Grenada To-day Some Barbadians were pr.vllSpartan, the colony's football eged yesterday lo see a fourChampions will engage the masted sailing schooner, but not visiting Grenada team at Kensfor long. Ington this afternoon. Under full sail, the schooner— This should be a keenly conname unknown — passed close tested game as the visitors are in along the West const of the out to make up for two defeat* island heading north. as against a tingle vlctorv. At one time she looked a< Spartan will also strive lo mainBridget.*.. She however, kept local team. ^__ unable to give that assurance is her straight course play should therefore reach For years now a four masted high standard schooner has nol been seen %  those who consider rny unfortunate variation on a great tradition. Dr. Hamilton not only founded our Modern Sixth Form, but he gave to those who studied under him the benefit of contact with a truly scholarly, mind, His appointment as Principal of the Evening Institute means that Barbados has not lott his services; but the loss to the School is hardly lets sewre. Last year I commented length on the crisis over teaching staff in the First Grade School I had hoped to be able to tay to-day that the danger had been around these waters Frances W. Smith Brings Rice B.R.A. Practice Shoot To-day the most serious and distressing part of this report. I have been handed two resignations this term, and I have reason to fear that others may be pending. Queen's College Is, I know, short of certain key personnel, and I understand the Lodge School has vacancies. The reasons must be known to all: neither the sal arlrs nor the condition* of servici are such is to attract or retail men of the calibre we require not a problem unique to "Team" fixtures an innovoca%  by the Barbados Rlilr Schooner Frances W. m th Association will be tried out this arrived at Barbados yesterday afternoon during the practice with a cargo of 1,500 bags of rice, shoot, and a good attendance of Thij (s 50O bags of charcoal, 230 unriflemen is expected Shcots w 11 Baruados ( fac#s secondary squared wallaba posts and 44 tons take place at 300 and 500 yds Grammar Schools in all countries. of firewood from British Guiana banks for ihe rtaton that the men with the qualifications and the character we need tan command bettei oosltlont than we can offer. Thli i*. of course, particularly tr^e a A large catch of 2S3 dolphins Scientists—it n not a question of n as brought in by the /.thing boats rlgh. It Is a simple I.. l0 Mil Nea4ua* and Atomic on Thursday nomlcs. Various attempts have She is consigned to the Schconei Owners' Association. Also calling yesterday was the Saguenay Terminals* Snsrell which brought a mixed cargo from Glasgow and Liverpool The SunrHl DOLPHIN HAUL for Port-of-Spaln. Trinidad, on night at the Public Market The t*en made to meet the situation Sunday Her local agents are tithing boats came ashore about —in Trinidad and British Guiana Messrs. Pljntalions I-td. 10 p m greatly Increased salaries have bout one-third of the ppucanls for entry. Latt July we had 236 applicants for eightv vacancies, of which ten had to be reserved for Government or Ves try ScholarsI should like hart In parenthesK lo comment on the very high quality of some of the Scholars wc received. So far a* tn England prevented "• %  History books Books This brings me to the M g fc j ga. of School books, the increase u Ihe price of which is a growlni burden to many parents W are doing what we can to east the burden As yon know, w have instituted a Book Schem' for new bookt This saves anxietv tn Individual parents, and we tel* a* cheaply as we canbut the c-* of books remain* high A Schnla' Junior Short Story Competition The Evruing Advocate Invites all children under 12 to entet for ts Junior Short Story Competition. The best atcsfy will be published nrctry Monday n The Evenlag Advocate, an-l the irinfMf v. ill receive ti prize to the value of 7/6 in either books or stationery. The stories can be on any subject under the sun but sbould not be more than 300 words in length, ard must reach The Children', r.jfinr. The Advocate Co Ltd.. City not later than Wedneri>>" swtrv week NOT!": Stories must not be copied. Send this coupon with your storv. 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PAGE TWO BADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. MARCH 17. ISSl Cahib gaUiwf Short M H AND TUCKER %  dad yesterday B.W I A. They -Welt WegoV SI Venezuelan* Arc Coming A L v N rn >M Iran T.KU U H rnoon by *"^ staying at iprcial Hmhts Jamas. Here Barbador — RITtSH Watt Indian Airways afternoon by ** will bV operating additional Irom Venezuela to return, beginning (or about ten daya they are her* today until over the Easter to see some friends from Caltforholidays. These flights will %  nid package Tours, that is. hotel acArnvmg on the came plane ommoV. brcn *ere Mr Kenneth Knaggs. Mr. previously arranged by n W I A l-nuis St Hill and Mr Colin Fields. Avensa Airlines will bf opera tc t i in aa 1 "* a Special Flight here today Social Welfare Adviser ( ti expected to ainve at sea well m*JS.S DORA IBBERSON. Social Jl^gg. sidli F iLfbt to -morrow * Welfare Adviser to C D and w the Mrne llmc „,,, a g lin on W wtio had been in B G. lor the Wednesday, all bringing Vcnezuepast weak returned on B W.I A's ] a „ tourists B G flight yesterday afternoon. Slaying With Parents M RS J D. II PH1UJPS whose husband u> with Bath" Estate in Uerbice, B Q.. Thrse Special Flight* by Avrn . on March 25th. 26th and 27. will Like these tourists home. conservatively cstimaieu there will be about three ived yesterday afternoon by hundred tourists from V B.W I A to spend a month's m Barbados over the Easter holiday in Barbados. She was holiday. .iccompanied by her two daughters Mrs OFF yesterday ..fternoon to Trtnlda'" for the Impe celebration* wore Mrs J. Mahon, I-dy Saint. Hi Job H IS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR accompanied by i'! Ivate SecMator DtniUs Vaughan Itti i. led the Harrison College Speech Day nnd Snorts Day yesil'l U.l\ aaMSS) thn— W*wl "r.1* tha Hoo.urablr Ihr Colonial %  Wcrvtar* and aln B N Turnri. Sn f>raM Wlatil. Mi jLU'tCC J. tt II %  I %  A s CM S.UC II Spi-o*r Mr K N II It O H Adam. SI.C.P and Mr, Adam.. m % I' M -. I C-Mard. M r P Mr and Mra. D. C tawock J rwld. Mr. and Mr. D ft I 11 N V Vauakan flr> C C Conliflr. Ml and Mr. K ft S Burn, -.-.-fa. Mr and Mr* %  % %  Mi-i Tnrmnahi V. ,, M A'r-yi I rannrr SkeWSB-Oojx. Ban and Mm 1 1 Mr. W | M. aii! Hn I A aid Hutiort. Mr and Mr. H R Turk'r. f**\ H J Hutch inctii. lirv CJ I. O Mandr\me. Mp r V II Arrhar MC W B ArH>p Dr an,l Wn J Z • S Warran Dr and Mr. F N Orarnum, Mr A W MI N W Cat* Itoilla.-Smill' Quick Work S IR GEORGE SEEL. Head of Development and Walfan m Indies returned from Washington and New York vesterday aficiin H in via Trinidad bf K W I \ ten days. He also \/sited Jamaica. Sir George lef, New York at midnight on Thursday and was at Basnvfu before . p.rri yi %  Juit In Time M R 1DHIS IsuXLA, Mf.uagcr of B P C K and im-muer Ol the Barbados Dramatic Club 1 from Jils weafc'g vitH to B.G. yesterday nftornoon by B W.I.A. just in time to see the Dramatic Club' of "A Murder has been Arranurd" at the Empire Theatre last night May Visit Grenada A RRIVING from Trinidad yesOon by B.W I A. and Mrs. II. N. Stephens of Minnesota Here for a short holiday thev arc slaying at the Crane Hotel. %  i-hens is Director of Re%  lUnnaaOtl Mining and Mnnufaclurinr Co In Si. Paul. U *!,. Qreni da sltoaUon elaan un they plan to go there on a short CROSSWORD For I.C.T A. Celebrations L EAVING for Trinidad yesterday afternoon by 11 W l A to attend the Impchiil i Tropical Aaricultui* Jubilee CelebratTons wei. Sn .1 ha Saint, Barbados' representative on II. Oovartdaa iui\ ..f I.C.T.A., Hon Julian Mahon. M L < I "ri A c <; Baaalay. Fmanci-ii AdVatei toC D and W Mr E 1) sftMtley. M.C.P.. Mr F L Walcott. M.C.P., and Mr A. de K. Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to C t) and w Lady Saint, Mrs, Malnm. Mr. V-r.hy and MM, Walcott. accompanied their husbands to Trinidad. After attending the celebrations. Sir John along with Mi Stanley Kindt, who i* al Trinidad, will ad as advisers to Mr. F A Bishop. ConlrolUi of Supplies at the forthcoming Rico Conferring to negotiate a new Rice Aj and the colonies she supplies rite l i inl ngrecmrm next January Prof Rea&lev will also attend the Rice Conference From Connecticut M R AND MRS CAREY MORSE, who wen through Barbados a few days ago. ictuinifl yesterday by B.W. I. A from Trinidad. Here until about March 24th. they are staying at the Colony Club Mr. Morse, who lives in Connecticir doi cal research work. American Lawyer Back To B.C. M R JOHN GROVES son of Mr. and Mrs Alfred QnVM of B.G was a passenger on I' W I A's B.C. flight yestern.iy afternoon to Atkinson Field .h and Mi! Grove: 'ITI also In Barbados on holiday. Mr Groves who Is a DiiTctor of Messrs. T. Geddes Grant Ltd., in Georgftiiwn returned lo B C Just over a week ago. Mrs. I it Barbados on Thursday by the Lady Kadney. Leaving on the same 'plane us Mr. John Groves were Mrs Gall and her daughter alra lUaaa Martin. Sup'. Of Priaona M AJ CORNELIUS ANDERSON. Supt.. of Prisons. St. Vincent who arrived here on March 5 to have discussions with Mr. Basil llenri l-.4> Kodncy and will lie remaining for about two weeks' holailaj Mr. Fraas who Is President of the Lukis Stewart and Co.. Insurance Brokers and Mrs. Fnuis are staying at the Ocean View Hotel, while Mr. iind Mrs. Patria are stu>-lng ;it the Windsor Hotel Regulrr Visitor Eleanor and Heather They are staying with Phillip's parent.., Mr. and T. E. afcXeniie at "Rowans George. Bark Again P AYING another visit •> V Barbados is Mr J rf p M.I-llan. a broker of BuaUm. H6 %  .t-ilvad on Thursday i the Lady Esalney for weeks' holiday and is staying at the Ocean View Hotel Retired Bank Director H ERE fur a couple holiday ..i. Mr. H S. Ambrose of Ontario They arrived Tha appeal made by Mr. Vernon Knight. Venezuelan Vice to owners of private homes u, assist with the boarding of the tourists has met with an excellent response, Mr. Knight told CaribSeme bookings huv e already been taken up. and if the other Venezuelan Airline, UssM Aeropustal Venosola*a can arrange for __ ipeclal flights it is possible that >ming bv good bookings will be made boul two Line. Aeropostal Venosolsno i still awaiting a reply Iron. \a use a r a. StacPlamort al Ih* Thralr* Orsan QiMHtUfna Sam N-. S IS a P. Horn* New* roo. I S IS a m I I'M Dvwn II I) P T u a n MSSSSS Paraa* MX) a m ir.'*n ~ am Nw Zealand V England r.i.Und V ftroUand 11 Nouo IS D i" N'' %  Clow rniii I IS pa it :• 4 IS p m Sink. ia IMa MuUc 6 B I Nw IMUM V "naland. S IS p.rn I SI Patnck'a aum a I.MII ;. ./.., ind r ..IS p.m. Sandr MarPharaon at TMtir oriin. S p.m Radio Nawi • IS p in Cornaoarr ••! the Wrrk om RadM. Thaalr. "fio ID p m r I0S0 p.m. T^ ral araalja 1 and Mn. Hanultoli, -n ThursSim-r 1930 D R. J RALPH JACOUY ,*yclu-lrist of New York ayaom-r ana nre siaym>? ai me r TV t(m | Mr J ar0 bv. .iirived Oil Marine Hotel. Ihursday monilng bv the Lady a retired Rcdnry (or wo weeks' holiday 1 and urc staying at the Marine Touring Since January KsHlOns, Director of the Canadian Bank of Commerce and u former PresiVI'^I*I' dent of Tuckett Tobacco Co.. in Hl "" il10 Dr. Jacoby told Carib that they had been visiting the Wc I l inee 1930 and had been t BaT_ __ tadoa about eight previous fLMU. AND MRS. CHARLFS i." Ilorton of "Treetops". New Hampton. New York who had D -. D ,. been holidaying in Barbados, left DAj. ronce A^ST^uSrT S %  iS s r;T "*%£! %  £22 rt 'n h d fly to St. Thomas. San Juan, the., ,5 ''' %  ''V' 11 K2 wh S,.^ ban ll.cy will spend %  '" 'Pending three monthfive daya with friends at Montego Bay before leaving for home. Mr and Mr.-.. Ilorton who left Ihe U.S. on January 1 have been touring South America Mr. Horhohday in Barbados returned to B U < tatdaj afternoon by M W.I A. Sgt Barrow, a Bartudian has served for many years In the B.G Police Force. find %  head of their Security KEATINGS KILLS • %  lr L .. Coral*. l D.D.T. t>rgr. n>rd:i,ni nd .mail flzaTIlM AOI VIII n.lUII.MMA :M.mb.r.Only) DANA ANDREWS MERLE UBKRON. ET1IEL BARRVMORE VIGPT aONO" wlth HOACIV CAHMICKAEL ARTHUR Bin; paitoroxd l ARTHUR B UJHgB T RMOtrtC IValrssIltril nmni^'i'V aOMIAI a III-IUV .'•lUSt al • * MAIINKK : Tl'ISDAt at S p.aa. I'AT OBRItK DABRYt. HICKMAN. CHARLES KEUPEB IM.NTINC. I \ rill. PI SHE" TBmBAY **o WEBNGSBAY 4.45 a. S.Sa p.m. THIS IS A GENERAL MIX I 1' GIRLS SO ->••> CAN BRING YOLK SIHAR TO:— EMPIRE THEATRE TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 and Continuing 10 THURSDAY ^4fc4^ LANCASTER i&0"U>d\u McGUIRE GWENN 2a M i; I.KOSVKNOK CALKINS. .1 l.twyer of Boston and Mrs. Calkins arrived on Thursd.r. *US M MacDONALD of n.ninmg by the Lady Kodaey 1VI Canada who has paid several i \ %  IOUS visit* to the island is Bl the Marine Hotel now buck again to spend They told Carib that il was nionths holiday. She arrived on their first visit to tlu turaday morning by the Lady tha) tran liMtkuig lorward i<> aO Kadney and Is staving at the anjoyibfta holiday. Hastings Hotel. I'ruJiicn tiiu I'rwr type. I ; Ana-un : m %  %  'i %  Bcwre lc eftint rSm I id) Cattle Oinn-Iiitj or teiu.-i I •ret m mic i; i ,. en SflM W"ll.a tall it ADelii %  i as %  %  %  I.I OKI I in:A I III TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 and TO-MORROW 8.30 Only G*y YOUNG STARS IN A yOUTrlin-lWE jm DELIGHT* WHH 10HHS0N n *THRYH GMYSOH %  -MCJSI i n PLIHTln) RAYMOND SULLIVAN. a Nylons mars HATS lilH' new assortment LalrM Shudis ONLY 2. Ill TW\m H WHITFIEIDS Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES I F.xlra "WES BIT OS, SCOTLAND" MONDAY AND TUESDAY 5 & 8:10 pm. •ANNIK GCT YOJB GUN" (Beliy Hutton — Howard Keel) Lorul I ..!. nt Audilion fur Buys & *iirls Tomorrow .* :'.*! a.m :.l "ARISTOC" "CHAVNOB" "MASCOT" J "MASCOT" Chiffon "MASCOT" Ii i..II In LlfeM Fashionable Shades %  -KI.ITI:Sports -Lin. $5.9} All Popular Shades I 1.1.1 I ill SI'OIM SIII1S IS Boys & Youths Sites only (White) .... IU Dial 4220



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WNiy/', ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY, MAKCH 17. 1951 PRICE : FIVE CENTS Tories Want W.I. To Run War Plants (From Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. March 16. JjURINO today's five-hour debate on the question of the expansion of Colonial Forces, Opposition member L. D. Gammans (Hornsey) suggested that ths West Indies and other colonial territories could help in the defence manpower problem of the Commonwealth with running factories for war equipment. There could be vmall arms factories, he thought, and kg cite^* a boot and shoe factory In Jamaica which bfl :-uggc,.-tcd michi be t?nMlllMHIl** V Jul "> Stuchey. Minister for ^ "rr "B jWnr. replying si..d that at u •' m the economy uf the wcild. what WJU. wanted in nW catonlss *f .lie development if primary products — pnmary. agiicultural and miner.il production. Mr Canvnang WM not satisfied with %  ii. v.ii and interjected v do I' ncirtbln u set up !; %  mtoiv either in Ur.rrtf.dos or Jcmaica where there i;; surplus labour V Oil TO Ml.. I'll .11111111: Subsidy For W.I. 5"H!)Ull1g 'LOKDON'M !" ;, h*i Present and ruture Colonial ivveiopfiu!.. proia i In the West Indie* and the UaiMiuis it ir understood arc now being discussed in l-ondon C.D( officials are Wiidyin: ; Mr R V Cabel, Controller it O.D.C. In London for the West Indies, who ha-. just i fumed from n visit to v ten || Although '''--.uiilon!: ar^ secret, tlavod that lop priority is being Riven to the question of Improving 'hipping services between the United Kingdom and the Southern Caribbean. Mr. Cabel has seen for himself what difficulties the shortage of passenger accommodation has caused and he is concerned thai there should be a speedy improvement For some time the CDC officials here have been talking over with interested shipping companies ways and means of improving services. As a result of these talks the Corporation arc understood to favour the view of the Commonwealth Shipping Committee In their report of 1049 that n subsidy will be necessary before adequate service can be prov'ded Deputies Protest To U.\. Secretary BENGHAZI, March 16 The Cyrenaican Chamber of IXputies protested to Trygve Lie. United Nations Secretary General to-day. against the recent attack en the Cyrenaican delegate to the United Nations Advisory Council for Libya, by the Egyptian delegate. Copies were sent to the United Nations Commissioner for Libya, Dr. Adrian Pelt, and to heads of all Arab Governments. The message requested the withdrawal of the Egyptian delegale and said the Egyptian Government should bear any consequences arising from his attitude. The message also asked the United Nations' Commissioner in Libya to exercise his powers and prevent members of States represented on the United Nations Council for Libya from adopting an "extremist attitude". La>t week the Egyptian deleE ite Mohamed Kamel Sellm Bcv randed the Libyan National Assembly as an "illegal undemocratic contraption". —Reuter. Talks Adjourned BONN, March 16. Talks between lhre e Western powers and West Germany on the German contribution to a European army were adjourned today until April 6 to enable „H parties to consult their Governments. The main subject of the fourhour meeting today was understood to be the problem of finding accommodation for Allied troops in Germ a n v —Reuter. Mr Btnenay Insisted that primary product ion was more importai.t and he pointed out that en the whole. Industrial production was something Europe and America could 1 look after. Another question raised by in respect of the West Indies was why If they really wanted men to enlist in the RAF. iliey could not enlist in home Inlands, (iiimmuns suggested that In Jamaica or other colonies men could be medically examined and a Trade Board could be sent out to them to carry out trade l*'ing for services. Why Not ? The Government seemed never to have thought up till now, Gammans said, of the possibilities of direct enlistment in the three armed forces from the colonies Why not? • When the question was raised as to why colonials could not Join the Royal Navy from their home, the Minister of State. Mr. John Dugdale replied n was because th Royal Navv was based in the U.K. Belfast member Mr. H. Hyde in seconding the original motion rgretiing the Government's failure to facilitate the additional u.-e of colonial volunteers, paid tribute to the excellent contribution of the West Indie* forces not only in two world wars, but in battles going back to the eighteenth century. While the Minister for War conceded there was a sound case for developing Colonial Forces, he made It clear in his speech toward* the end of the debate that there would be no rapid or dramatic expansion of these forces. Neither Strachey nor Dugdale gave any indication of concrete measures being taken regarding Colonial Army development and Brigadier Low. a Conservative for Blackpool North, commented in the closing: of his speech on "the variety of genial statements" on the subject by ministers In recen* months without explanations as to what was holding things up. An amended motion submitted by Government supporters calling for investigation Into the possibility of raising further forces in the colonies and dependencies among H.M. subjects "to serv in the cause of democratic freedom" was ndopted by the majority in an unuxually well-fllled House fir u Friday debate. The original motion which was not accepted, was submitted by Ulster unionist Mr McKibbon and expressed regret at Government's failure to facilitate the additional use of Colonial v. lunteeiThree-Week Truce In Grenada: Strike Called '*, LaaaaTaBBBBBBSaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa H _._daa# gjA ' %  Vt j*i*~ **** t f'JMmfi'W T*i hr i fji^W W | tea. W\^^ J*^~ : IRed Chinese Fall Back Behind 38th Parallel: Yanks Cross Han River LEAVING) frr Trinidad yesterday !t*nioon hy B W I A to atUnd Uc Imynil College of Tropical Agtl .nltcre Bi!or Jubilee ccl-l.ratioiu wore. Mr. T. L Walcott. M.C.P. Mr. E. D Mnttlcy. MO P.. Mm Mottley. Mi. A. de K Frampton *nd Prof C. O. Bessie y. The UtU. girl in thpicture iMsry Ann ghepliard returning to Trinidad for the Easter Holiday* FOURTEEN KILLED: 20 WOUNDED IN CRASH 12 MONTH OLD BABY AMONG DEAD Dutch Governor Visits Antigua limn Oar Own (•frMpanSrnl > ANTIGUA. March 10. The Dutch flag was flying at St John's Harbour Master's office thU US miiK when His Excel Ienc> L)r Leonard A. H. Peters. Govrnor of the Dutch Antilles, his %  He Lady Geertrulda Peters. their two daughters. Captain R. Vanderbeek, Adjutant Officer to the Governor and Mr. Hans Her.an*. Public Relation* Adviser to the Governor, arrived from St. Eustacius on Her Majesty's 1.300 frigate Vanspeljk under command of Lt. Commander K. J. Robert i, ten officers and 130 ratings They were met aboard by Major Martin Hicks. Governor's A.DC. Harbour Master V. Blanchard, Aast. Supt. R. Burnhard and Administration Secretary E. O. Henry. The party landed at i.m. and was met by His Excellency Mr. K W. Blackburne, Mrs Blackburne. Mr. A. F. Turner. Dutch Consul and Commissioner of Police Colonel Branch. The Dutch Governor inspected a police Guard of Honour under Asst Supt. Bunting. The Police Band played the Dutch Nat.onid Anthem and the party motored to Government House but were shortly after seen shopping in the city. The two Governors and their parties motored to the historic English M.t:,"nir. lunched nt Clarence House, visited Shirley Heights. Journeyed to the luxuii ous Mill Reef Club for tea and returned to the city at 6 p.m.— having completed a 50-mile tour of the island. This evening the Dutch Governor and Party were At Home on board to the Leewards Governor and A0 guesu*. DONCASTEH, Yorkshire. Marcn 16. Retcuer*. with flame cutters searched through twisted metal here today to reach dead and injured in an express train crush. Fourteen passengers died and 20 others were hurl, sume seriously. • The train bound for London hit a stonewalk when passing ihnuigh a tunnel bridge. The cuach that hit the bridge buckled up throwing eight other carriages off the rails. Those killed were eight men. five wonwn, and a baby. Jailbreaker Killed In Guif Baffle ST JOHN'S. Arizona. March 18. J.ul breaker Dewcy Battershaw, 21. fell dead before the guns of Northern Arizona Sheriff'.' Depu ties In a roaring wild west battle eight miles from here last night His brother Clifford. 17. and a companion were captured. All three for escape from gaol at Omaha, Nebraska, on March 4. when the younger Battershaw, wielding a pistol helped the other two to break free. The fight here ended in a battle from tree to tree across the cedar-studded countryside, highway patrolmen chased the wantel men's car through the town It accelerated, careered wildly down the highway and plunged off the road. Three men climbed out and ran oft into the bush firing as they went. More police rushed fa) the scene. The dtsperadoes took cover nehlnd trees and .umi< | Finally as they moved on to a ridge, patrolmen pinned them down with rifte (ire. Two Sheriff* mounted on hones swung around the (lank of the ridge and nop! up close behind the men. TM elder Battershaw was aiming r.irefully at patrolmen, when OIK Sheriff shot Inni dead. Then the others surrendered. DcUoti worMnfj i. half light of %  'i. omul gnv* lnjcltoiu to ptisBfoflm with their limbs trapped HI ih+ wreckage One young woman shouted for her baby the was carried away Guided b> a teddy bear and shawl, firemen, pi IK.'' and railway workers work*d frantically with saws, axes and acetylene cutters to reaith the child. A whole family—a man', his wife and a IZ-month -Id bab> an .'i.iwere on their way to a i Uninjured pgMangeri and some with blood slreuming fi || helped in the r as ou g work a.v screams of the injured gcllMtl under the brldjjl One woman passeng. | just before the crash tta bygdj began to rock drag %  H idded "we all kr.ew something was going to h.ipprn TJnn there was a tenii.l, i g D W were thrown Mil of oui seats and pooffda w.ie huiled through 50 Allied Divs Would Deter Red Attack WASHINGTON. March 16 • luisjly, Foreign i '-.i > spineir..in in Conaress for lean Government toM ne Senate to day that 50 to 80 UUad Oivisioru in >" in :nal jsea support Rtasatao Bttack i taking in .< '" • >v on Ajnonran troop commitI" I l KliH po %  prMand \ (From Our Own Correspondent) GRENADA. March 16. ERIC OAIRY after his officially sponsored broadcast yesterday unequivocally instructing all igricultural workers n strike to report for work on Monday, three hours later addressed workers at a meeting at the Market Square repeating this as well as a plea against acts of violence but'between Yugoslavia and Italy." set a three-week truce period for a satisfactory settlement The 1MB declaration, (which of the issue and in addition notified that he will call a genrecommended that Trieste territory e. al stnke of domestic servant* on April 1 demanding a 50' {*£ J !" ^ £Zx b^Si per cent increase of wagea. He ordered a boycott of a j ^^ for negotiation, between certain business house because of the alleged unfriendly ~ altitude of the manager to workers of his movement. He also mentioned by name. Ogilvie, and demanded from 'he JOHANNtSBUHO, Manganese com pan h M.i 11. 16 i are awaitPolKIka here said today that re-1 ,n lh publication of the Governaffirmation of the 1948 Tripartite: !" 1 gcttc for details concernDeclaration on Trieste in a comm yesterday s announcement that munique on this week's Anglo. |P''rtw,f manganese from South Italian talks in London would I Africa will be prohibited except lead to deterioration of relations """ P* !" n't Meanwhile it Is believed that current contract* with overseas countries will not he a ft cried persons considered inimical, and on the political side he said he was considering; the difference of opinion expressed by a large num. ber of union members who are ahifting support either for C A Lowe, a St George's businessman. %  i ('.nil Radix, recently returned from Howard University, instead of Hon T. A. Marryshow. for the constituency of the capital in the coming General Elections There were occurrences during the day in the country districts "Thev ire musing obsei grave concern for the immediate future of the situation and many believe that Gairv has created a FiMiikonMein which will hit back Still nthrr-; nrefer to awal* • \co' ul inmomentous wee" ahead. last night the overseers' hou*e at Doucaa and a cccoa '-wetter at Hrlmoni Bstgte. St Mark's owned 0 Imillips were burned down. The house oi i % %  Andrew's was also fired. Yesterday in St. Andrew's Parish 1 of -iftout 70 invaded Ladigue Estate owned by Henry .erseer Herbert Canning the keys he estate, a gun and mow.v %  He handed over the former and ten 'hillings and the mariuders helped ;>.emselvo* to flv e bags of i ubnega nd one bag of mace but thev dis.ipptaied before the police arrived. Mrs. Inez Munro. M It E pro gfld u'tired Island Gutdt Ccmmisj-iCicr on the same day. while going on to Ml. Cnrrje! hstate to taKe away her elaer fistcr M-s. Pearce to a. place con rldered :afer was stopped by I c rowd c' ^ibout 150 who opened the tar she drove. gsgnguJi .ind took out a gun. She was later granted passage. On her retocr to Brandon Hall her property she found a crowd of 50 to 60 wht demanded the keys to tier boucar which ab refused and entering the house she notified the poM- but hy if tilM they urrh/-d tne nu.b had lelt. %  't to yi %  Yugoslavia and Italy a s It Is unilateral imuosition of an una< ceptable solution to this problen the paper raid —Reuter. BustaCallsGovornor As His Witness (From Our Own Com*pon4*nU KINGSTON. JVa., Mar 16 Jamaica's Actlne Governor and Acting Colonial Secretary have been rubpoenaed by Hon. W A Bustamantc to attend the Re*i dent Magistrate's Court on Monday as witnesses on his behalf in a rase brought against him arising out of the recent Worthy Park Sugar EHate strike called by the T I' C. This unusual step has caused the Attornev Gmeral •o get an Order markhy the Supreme Court for Bustamantc through his lawyers to show the pause to-morrew hy which these officers 'hould attend the court terdays U ,f, Bustamante has boen oodthat a crowd I -harsftM 'vith disturbing the '.'•nded to march to Bl l.avid's Court House to demand.of the constabularv law ariatng %  Of right persons arrest (out of a speech made In a nubhc ed earlier at Marlmount ITstate %  nlatform at Worthv Park during # Oa page 1 the itrike. TEST MATCH New Zealand woo the tear and baited At tea the seen. ". -i far 1: Con 16, Sal ellfle Hi, Krid SO. Wallace no 15. Hadlee no 5, extras 16 pg i sail the emed lo riai in tin%  ip HI and Ihe next i it ami .ill a mp'ji of wreckAt almost the same spot 18 people were killed in a train crasl in 1047 -Reuter. (fee Killed; 80 Hurt In Truin Crash RIO DE /AMBftO, Marcn. 10 Ono died and 30 were Injured. DM M-iic.u-l, in a train crash today. The train. Government operated, was derailed shortly alter leaving Itio on the v to Miiias Geraes stete. Sight ears, four carryl pas se ngers, overturned aft jumping ofl the rails. I fatal victim was a woman wfcfl was decapitated by the wheels of one waggon. Several ambulani removed the Injured to neai public hospitals—Rruter Weal Germany's < NTH |ml ion Kill 1 |> tONN, March IS. Western AL.es have presented an Occupation Cost Bill of CS50.fiOO.000 for the coming tax 11 .(i This is £163.000,000 more than for the current year An increase vrai gpeatod because of the cost of Allied reinforcements In West Qermany The new tax amounts to 6 13 r Fsnj of the National Income Hi Km I Si liiini.il her, leader of the West German Social Demo%  ratic OpposlUon told Heur.T this afternoon' 'The Increase of the fjccupatlou costs budget, without .HI explanation of the Buanar of Us ex|,.ndllure 1.1 of the situation of German nuances, Is senseless :.iii toil i"' %  "This method shows that the German ptApa .innot being treated on a basis of equality —Reuter NOT YET A MEMBER PARIS. March Ifi The Committee of Mm. • the Council of Europe today decided although %  ympatheiH Western Germany's application for full membership, to defer the qi (lion until it had received the Opinion of the AsM-mhly's Standing Committee. The Standing Committee Is not due to meet until Apnl —Reuter Two Shot Dead SINGAPORE. March 16 T* i Chinese guerillas shot dead by security forces in Solan gor last Wednesday wen fied today as 19 year-old former high school %  tadaati Otsflrttlas killed two constables and wounded two others today Jtn they opened fire on %  I olice post in the Jasin area • f M.d % %  a Reate. 100 RESOLUTIONS PARIS, March 16. One hundied draft resolut on %  nation of cause., of the tuate of internatit tension" were delivered to Hcse Palace today by Communist gpewgoi i-i iace i ougg .i "i tin Paris area." Resolut on. urged da] O "make concessions to promote a Four Power COflfafaslgg Reuter (By JOHN COU.KSS) CENTRAL KOREAN FRONT, March 16 ('ll)NKSK COMMUNISTS appeared today to have withdrawn their main force above the 38th Parallel. Senior United Nations officers said tho;,* did not expect more than a stiff delaying fl£ht south of the border. Chinese, fighting to delay the American advance over the Hongchon River, fell back today ihrouRii bush fires lit. by United Nations shelling. American troops in this area, supported by heavy Hrtillery and air attacks, continued to move meth o.lically on their objectives. ".in nutimes i-aplurcd Russia Feeds Dogs Better Than Slaves U.N1-.S.CO. TOLD SANTIAGO. Chile. March 16 Russia's police system has kepi lave laaourers on near-starvation lets in pi isun camps while directing betur feeding for dogs used lo hunt I hem down, the United Nations was told on rnunda] Documantg In Russian, dcscilb cd as .luthenlic. were pressntad to the U N Economic and Council by representatives of the World's Free Labour Unions in nother phase of what appeared a l>e a Western ofTcuM .. .lave labour Issue, The presentation followed Ilrlt1 and American i hallenges 10 Soviet Union ( % %  appTOVS worldwide investigation of slave labour in the Soviet Union, or b< tilenre to confes nuilt US delegate Waller M K<>t srhmg in his speech .irniM.I Hug iaa of starving aiul torturing mil Dong of slave labourer* and pioted from what he said was a 1941 Russian plan which showed "more than 14 per cent of capital • -onstnirllnn planned for tho lifciiJs. in 1U4I was to be the work of forced labour KoUchnlg said estimates of the umber of slave labourers in the USSH now ranged from (he cautious ligure of 2 n00,(M0 lo 20.000. Olio by-diplomats Of l( Communiat strategy tntral front. A rocket battery went Into action in the Hongchon area to-day (AT the tlrst time With one hel. h of Oame. it hurled 144 high explosive rockets on to a Chinese held ridge north of the town. After, the Infaotrj walked on to the riilgi' and occupied it without firing a shot. Other American troops north <>f lIoiiKchon look the hill-top nbj. ctivc wilh the same ease American troops west of Hongchon advanced to-day .nul wan to-night north of Sanghwaye on the road to Chongchon. the last Chinese supply base In central South Korea I N IM nt st< i %  • pta American troops continued to pour across the Man River Inking hills east of Seoul. South Korean cgpitaj SoOth Korenn troops moved thrraiih the battered capital into position! lo the north. They mel i>|}|Ki*ltinn m only one plact. Onlttd Nations forces picked then way through extensive n meileliK covering roads and dltonaa Osnoral MacArthur announced in-day that Communist resistance on the central front had stiffened, but had failed to slow the "relentless forward movement" of United NaUong ground forces. But he .idviseii South Korean Prerident Syngman Khse not lo return to Seoul yet. because Communists had "suffered no divisive defeat" PROTEST ARRfcST I.ONDON. March 16 lag CaMhciasovak Peace Committee hna cabled President Andrei Truda of Uruguay protesting against the arrest of Aiiuando noniales the Loader of fhe National l"eaee Committee of Uruguay, and demanding hi.i immediate repatriation according to an official Soviet News agency massage received here in l^mdori —Heater TELL THE ADVOCATE TIIK NF.WS DIAL 3113 DAY OR NIGHT Aiat/c to nta&e friends %  llava .. i \i'sr\N M b Kin* m.i fiH'n a fall from a rock in a coal mi.i^ %  tx ',o-lay TWO bing up a shaft R gsj gu i Wi .ire attempting to roach the remaining seven Reater Ten Die As Ship Explodes NAPLES. March 16 An Italian oil tanker exploded. orotte in two and partially sank in Naples harbour today, killlni ten and injuring 41, according lo unofficial reports. Six bodies have been recovered There were msny among the crew %  en board when the explnsior 'ccurred In the Unkei Montaller gro (10.408 tons) The tanker had been under repair in Naples Harbour The bodies of two men who ins possibility of sabotage were working on the tarker wore found on the deck of the crutssr Firetnen worked for an hour lo AttesdaU. ITS yards away. oring the flames from the exploploslon almost eompletelv sion under i bridge which sank leaving tho m UM ship when she blew up forward half with its oil tanks Rescue workers were to-night ;tfloa'. lied to the dodgsMg rearchlng wreckage and waters I Windows of houses all round the the harbour I ^r lx.lie~ of oth.q l*rt area were blasted by the men feared killed %  xplosion. People were evacuated %  ^ /a mtmth from the area for fear that two njurc'i more fuel tanks in the forward orkei' half • f the vessel might %  Three officials said that the explosion was pr when fumes from the ship's own luel (upply were ignited by an etylcne torch They excluded i Italian tanker. !t.600-ton Lolas blew up in rboui kIDIni two paopla Thousands of Neapolitans wht „,*, flc ff 'n panic a t today's tl w doubtlessly -isler oi March 28. (943 when a cunning!' placed sink >,1 osUngnltl the 10.000-ton Csterana Ihi Cuts to ulow up with 200.0'"' aerial bombs and hundreds -f tons of ammiiri %  killed npped away th* ship's poop and One hundred men were working and over 250 injured. Reater I



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I'AGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1MI BARBADOS AlA"(MtfTI, —n =5^ 1 -i rtlftU* kl Ji A •.'•.• C*. 1.14 bMi V.. Bf UgMtn. Saturday March 17, 1951 \.l I.IIOII'IM. WHILiT age-grouping has proved itself theoretically sound in the more advanced countries of the world, it does not appear to have attained that same measure of ,.i,der conditions existing in Barbados. It was introduced seven years ago as an experiment in this island where compulsoiy education is not yet part of the I'ducational system. It has been roundly condemned by teachers and strenuously objected to by parents. The decline in education m Burbidos. real or imaginary, has been attributed, in some quarters, to the continuance of this method and now the House of Assembly has gained from the Government the promise of U investigation with a view to its discontinuance. During the debate on the Education vote in the Estimates. Mr D. D. Garner, number for St. Philip moved.that the amount be reduced by $5 as a protest against the maintenance of the system oi age-grouping and superannuation Mr. Adams, the Leader of the House, was convinced that the motion for the reduction of the vote was a vote of censure on him as the member of the Executive responsible for Education. The House divided equally on the motion after one and a half hours' debate and the Chairman gave his casting vote to maintain Ihe status quo. The original vote was eventually passed. It was significant that even the other members of the Executive Commute-, who are members of the House, spoke of their objection to age-grouping which had been started In 1943 "as an experiment" but which was still part of the system. Almost every member of the House spoke during this discussion and in every case told of the representations made to them by parents, and in some instances by teachers, who dennunced the system. Mr. Speaker, who as a former teacher worked under this system, told the House that the teachers themselves felt that because of the difficulties of the system itself, they were unable to give the best service. Children of similar ages but of varying abilities and different stages of educational attainment were grouped together and It was impossible for the teacher to be in position to give each child adequate instruction. It was left to Mr. F. C. Goddard to get to the kernel of the question. Age-grouping could not be successful unless compulsory education had been first introduced so that all the children would have begun their education at the same time and would have been of the same stage of development. The truth was that it was impossible anyhow for one teacher to handle efficient ly classes of 50. 60 or 80 pupils. Whether age-grouping was abolished or not the same lowering of the standard would continue if these abnormally large classes continued. More schools and more teachers were needed. When members sought to blame the Director of Education for the introduction of what they considered "new tangled ideas," Mr. Adams told the House that the members of the House, who were members of the Executive Committee, were responsible for policy, and heads of Departments as members of the Civil Establishment merely carried out that policy. The announcement which Mr. Adams pointed out was merely a repetition, brought several members to their feet. They would now know on whose shoulders lo lay blame in future and it was hoped that they would not be told at a later date that the four members of the House on the Executive were only part of that bod v. The general condemnation of age-grouping and superannuation led to the statement by the Leader of the House that the matter would be raised at a meeting of Ihe Executive Committee to-day. and that the virws of the members of the House who undoubtedly brought the views of the general public would be given the consideration which they deserved The blame for the attitude of the Government was iluibuted to the teachers who told Inspectors that age-grouping was all right and then denounced it to members of the Hou.se and the public. The Hmise was satisfied that the change would be introduced during the Easter recess of 'he %  obo ARE WE DUCKING A PERIL-SPOT? On the Soviet -Persian border SEFTON DELMBR finds a situation 'more alarming than anything I've seen since China* TEHERAN. fired to teenage students and a tect the refinery and wells from WHEN Dr. Mohamed Mosadegh lew disgrunled tribesmen. sabotage went to hi* study window this ,, "'^ h and low. the Persians ig and gazed out on the Afraid . allowing Tear of the Soviet street beneath, his shrewd old HOWEVER the ical truth 1. prompt them into accepting the eye* focused on a sight which that the Persian* ira afraid of Communist peace iTopuKan. filled him both with pleasure and provoking thengreat Soviet Premier Raxmura dlimio*. misgiving. Scrawled on the wall neighbour. 1 know for a fact from his mind the violent attacks opposite was the one word "Nathat the Teheran |>olice have of the Azerbaijan Freedom Radio tionalisation. discovered that ihe Tudeh"*. although he know* exactly where He could sec in the Inscription clandestine new* sheet Ktaraam it is stationed on the Soviet aid in ego-titillating tribute lo his is printed in the vast extraterriof the border affectiveness as a demagogue torial compound* o: the Soviet He prefers to believe that the For It wH he who, as leader Embassy, edition of frontier %  "* r %  ,. National Front Party, had The Persian pclne tievcrlv during the last eight months, the Bunched the universally popumanaged lo follow a motor-car conclusion of i commercial ac%  r campaign demanding that which left Ihe Soviet Embassy coed wilh the Runians ncgollaPersia should declare the conun e night not so long ago Withlion* on this and negotiations on I'I. British-owned out being noticed themselves, that, are all signs thit it is possi\nglo-lranian (hi Company null the> followed it t.. a i-oinl where We to keep on the r.ght side oi nd void, and transfer its matalla. the driver dumped a valise and the Soviet by going in fo ions to the Persian Stale as u drove off policy or strict neutrality-! ationallsed enterprise. The police walled until a man non provocation. , picked up the valise. They ar. Only %  few hours before ntUti him ina n |f the BlMa re lu,e I. What la more. I am convinced of the country there u W Soconi „ ly wlUl u,,. nntlonaliulion lhat the CommunWU and Iheir vlet-Ii auun nslwrwi and then ^ g,,,,,,, W ,H claim that Soviet marten have a better fleet o( Soviet steamer,, all irn. „rituh by defying Persian chance or .ucce*, here than in mune Iron, interference l.y the TOVen lpUy ar J „„ My of aggresany country I have en alnec my (rlghten..d Pcralan aulhorllie,. ^^ p^ n visits U. flnna and India The (ear that the Soviet may Demand.. The odd part however. I, that be the ruler, o( to-morrow Is or "cnutna, when you talk to Persian highmalting Inrhvldual Pclrsian FROM that they can follow I have t ilked to any official, turn a blind eye lo Comwith all manner n( demands I mber Irom rremier Raunara munlst activities propoaaU, depending down to gi.vcrnor, and polko This now penetrate, the whole ternationol situation, riders—they will, as likely as not or the Persian economic and they can get away w start bv pooh-poohing the Tudeh administrative machine. It even No I don't blame the little and their affiliated Azerbaijan extends lo Persian employees ot doctor for being worried about Democrat' separatists. They the Anglo-lranlan Oil Compan.. that writing on If heir following as eonand the guard, supposed to proMsven'S Problem: %  low To Cut The Number Of Commonisi MPs ups the inand what wall. ;E.H. PARIS. France is the only country in the world which has a Minister of Electoral Helonn He Is ihe 55-year-old Corsican lawyer. Paul Glacobbi, who was brought In to M Pleven's Cabinet when it was formed eight months ago; and ho was given the job o/ drafting a new election system which would receive the support of all the parties represented in M Pleven's coalition government. Once formulated and accepted France's next general asactton due In eight months' tlnw—was lo be fought on this new system. \1 Ciiaiohhi': inclusion in the %  Tab-met was an indication of both the Importance of the problem and its bewildering complexity The basic problem, however, is brutally simple—how to keep as many Communisl.s ..possible out nf France's nexl Parliament Under the present system of voting. 1B1 Communist MPs were elected, making Ihem the strongest single party in the HoUM Under any of the ultcrnativt election systems now being suggested, their Parliamentary strength would drop lo between 40 and 80— %  even though their overall vole might remain as high. Bv SAM WHIT; The present system of electing candidates from party lists hy proportional representation was (ormulatad In the idealistn Llberau. n dtyl In -m elTorl. ironically enough, to remove one of the worst features of pre-war French politics—Ihe instability of fmrtV ment. System Failed The system has not only failed in that purpose—this is France'.18th crisis since Ihe lit but It lu^ also burdened parliament with a record crop of Communists. Now all—except UJM Communists of course—ore agreed On the need for electoral reform but almost nobody Is ngreed on dn alternative system. The difference that has brought the Pleven government down is between the Christian l>emoorats (MRP) and the Radicals. The Radical* want a return to the prewar system of voting und*r which Kiev asowasnnd lo such an extent that they virtually ruled France in the inter-war yearv Under Ibis system voting was eartied out in two ballots Most of nWsOl became a hive of Tammany Hall taclics and inttlguing as local party bosses bargained with each other for withdrawal of candidates in this or that district so that a common enemy would be defeated. Deadlock Remains. But the Christian Democrats cbject to the system because they unlike the Radicals, have no reliable allies among other parties They want elections In districts by a simple majority us in Britain. There the deadlock remains at the moment, ll is likely that the Radicals will have to give way. Unless they do France will be plunged into an election under the present system. Not only lhat. France's present constitution stipulates that in the event of an insoluble crisis forcing an election before the fixed date for Parliament's dissolution. a caretaker government should be formed 1 composed of representatives of all the major parties. That would mean a Freneh government containing Communist Ministers. Th* thought is lmely lo provoke some sleepless nights WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED. —L.K.S. Today Is St. Patrick's Day By JOHN A. COSTELLO Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland DUBLIN. March 16. I am glad, once again, to be able as Head of the Irish Government, to send a message of greeting and good wishes on St. Patrick's Day to friends of Ireland in the United States of America and in Canada and to tell them that in the past twelve months Ireland has continued to make progress domestically and to play in world affairs a role which, however modest it may be. is not by any means insufficient. • • • The Irish people are entering the second half of the twentieth century with high hopes md (irmly-based confidence. In the short period of less than thirty years since selfgovernment was secured, Ireland has made notable advances politically, economically and socially. We have created and developed free democratic institutions, which have worked with smoothness and efficiency at a time when democratic institutions elsewhere have been subjected to severe tests. • • • Small nations have always had a significant role in international affairs. To-day, the free nations most earnestly desire the maintenance of world peace. That desire is felt particularly keenly by small nations for which the maintenance of international peace is often an essential condition of their national survival. • • Although Ireland is a small country, geographically its influence is far from inconsiderable. Over the centuries, Irish men and women have lefl their homeland to settle overseas, particularly in the great sub-continent of North America. It is because the Irish are such a widely scattered race that their influence, in helping to build bridges of understanding between nations, can make n material contribution to the cause of international co-operation and world peac?. • • • During the past year, Ireland has continued to play a useful part as a memberof the Marshall Plan Organization — the Organization for European Economic Co-operation — and representatives of all Irish political parties have made important contributions to the deliberations of the Council of Europe at Strasbourg. It is permissible, I think, to claim that the Irish contribution to the Marshall Plan Organization and to the proceedings at Strasbourg hai been both practical and constructive. • • Ireland could of course take an even more signllicant part in world affairs but for Partition, which by imposing on our country an arbitrary and unnatural boundary, sanctified neither by history, geography, nor economics, prevents the united action of all Irishmen from being fully and effectively applied to the problems which confront the world today and towards the solution of which Irishmen are eagerly anxious to strive. • • • Friends of Ireland throughout the world generously assisted and encouraged the Irish national movement which, over a quarter of a century ago. led to self-government for that part of Ireland which to-day is free and independent. On this St. Patrick's Day I would venture to ask our friends in the United States of America and Canada to continue to work for the eventual unification of Ireland, and I feel sure that I shall not ask in vain. A united Ireland would not merely provide Irishmen with the full political rights to which their ancient country is entitled as a nation, it would also be a bastion in defence of world peace. I.N.S. I'IXMIS ton I:YKIIYO:\F RED — BLUE — Ahw PENCILS FOR MARKING GLASS STATIONERY STORE ? ooo uu ioooooooooi>oooooooooo PAINT PROTECTS and PRESERVES WV have HI 114.Ill LASTIKON WHITE—' |. Ift A 1 fallon tins PERMANENT GREEN—' t ^ 1 gallon tins REI> OXIDE—1 *> 5 gallon drams PERQI'ITE WHITE— I*. 4 1 ftallon tins. OPAQCE WHITE—' 4 >? & I gallon tins PKOMKl'M PRIMER—',. OHH Itl VIH.IIS SAYi NOW IN STOCK "CRINOTHENE" THE CORRECT MATERIAL FOR LAMP SHADES Only a small shipment received IN THE FOLLOWING SHADES IVORY,-PINK, PEACH, GREEN, BLUE and AMBER l>a< OSTA A. < O.. LTD. Dry Goods* Dept. WIKTI. ecome a nightman* or a preventive to slumber Surely something should be done about this condition. I also tlnd it impossible to get a good cup of coffee or purchase an \merlean dgar no matter where I have gone on the Islan.i Is this the fault of shortsightedness mi the part of the merchants .r hotel keepers* Or is this a form c-f difcrimini.tion against An .eric in products in general 4 American vjthis beautiful Island d-s-asj better treatment. ;md while I cannot, and will not presume to Btittetat your government if this lack of American merchandise Is their fault or if in their wisdom (for the benefit of Barbados) they prohibit the importation of such articles as 1 have mentioned, then I think they treat the American \iiti.i i.itiicr poorly, and certainly this does not encourage Americans to spend any time here either for rest or pleasure. I have Iwen here two week* and am famished for a good cup of coffee which is unobtainable 1 shall not sign this behind some euphonius name such as Visitor. Tourist or utherwis. but shall affix my name and address, hoping by so doing, something can and will le done to correct this c.-ndition which I believe would I until ,i gnat m:i..y ,-ersons and help to Increase visitors to your Hotelt thereby benefiting many places as well as many stores :n Itiuiertown C. E VAUGHAN. Marine Hotel, Barbados NB.—Why are there so mam iH'ggars* Cinema Tax 7"o The Editor. The Advocate— SIR.— I was glad Editorial recommending a moder| Fans II should be Interesting, to know What your readers In general think of the idea. To me it seems .. van reasonable plan to help In raising the neeessary means for an increase in the pensions for our aged and disabled poor, as I suggested in the plea on their behalf which you made room for a couple of weeks ago And I do not see that anyone affected would have a senou • objection to oiler. The cinema fan; for example: The amount on each ticket would be very small, and it must be admitted that It would lie a tax oh a comparative luxury and not on any real iiecessai-y, And as regards the theatre proprietors the cxpenw entailed in keeping an account and paying over the amount collected at suitable intervals would be very small Can we hope that the aulhori ties will give the matter serious consideration? I am sure they are in favour of increased help for the need. :md suffering old people Yours truly. r G March IS. I9M S.P.C. . Tap RayTo the Editor, fhe Adeocale. SIR.In the course of the nex: few days I hope to send you for publication details of amounts Tllcaed on our Tag Day. March 2nd. In the meantime we hope you will permit us through your clumng to notify our helpers that the sum of $1215.47. (One thousand, two hundred and fifteen dollars and forty seven cents) has already been paid in to the Canadian Bank of Commerce. May we take this opportunity of thanking most sincerely our collectors who did so splendidly. together with all those who gave us publicity through the press, by displaying notices In shops, hotels, and offices and cinemas and by broadcasting. Results from the schools were particularly good ihu year and the posters designed and executed by the Girls of St. Michael's Secondary School and the Junior Section of the Barbados Arts and Crafts Society were most effective Top honours must however be given to our animal ct Hectors both ponies and dogs whose presence in the streets reminded the public of the worthiness of the cause. Yours truly. CECILE WALCOTT. Honorary Secretary. Appeals A Publicity Sub-C.ttee Barbados SPC A March 14 1951. Archway House m\ Fnr Hi,canuMuuv Grape NnU Tablum inu Pruffs Kellog's Corn Plabta Kelly's All Ilrja #W th <• .SMOKER rhurctimsn*, Clg* Fmbtiuy Clrs Rriison A llrdct'. C'ig, IrpUn Taturra Plajer", Teaarro Svlret Ihvnv tar VowEASTER VAKE SulUnss ('arrant, feel Cherries Irlna sufji Almond Irlni ooi.n mi tin iir-i Un lt,li,,hlf,il MEATS Dura, Liver Chirkens Sweet Bread. Brain, Canadian Salmon I Jiiidlm lladdnrk APri.ES PRUNES — FRUIT CAKE in Sealed Tin. ANCHOR BUTTER — J. & R. BREAD G0DDARDS FOR SERVICE





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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATL'EOAV, MARCH 17, ISM HiNRY BY CARL ANDERSON ST vr VJ UJt— MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ~cr S^"-W*^-*J!"TAAJO J'^VT T?"YINS TO BO" TeuST VOu EVE OUT 0 NOU -VANV WOCE -V—-T5 %  't ,V SO9 BLONDIf BY CHIC YOUNG \ i %  !' % % %  i .'.,•• %  f MV TCCS WMH.E %OU RUN THE .-> %  %  .".' vat MNWNO THE ROOM* \ IF YOUFEEL LIKE THISTAKE C OK VQ ug OWN / ^ 5 BY BARRY APPLEBY -ILL Pl>' A ftK-Ot-tf %  7 ON TO OAV SO? l f ?Uii roT TOTf.1 fQlrlt-NTiWi-N A(-l>tf **J'0 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE USUALLY NOW HEINZ SALAD CREAM Per Bottle .47 .42 ORANGE & GRAPE FRUIT JUICE Per Tin .29 .26 CEREBOS SALT Per Tin .36 .32 HEINZ TOMATO SOUP Per Tin HEINEKENS BEER Per Bottle. HEINEKENS BEER Per Carton __ USUALLY NOW .34 .30 .. .26 .20 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  HCC-.p *3* -COB*' "*, ~v.V* I %  .•/Kir. .-• %  %  .%  ^ %  *" AfrU.1--, %  P P T.-WIU. *-%  •'•* ,—— IMTM' 1 • COULO <—*OSLP OOUL. B4T THAI' WAMV "CMI-6T %  P OUT* c ^ RIP KIRBV ALEX RAYMOND TMBmAWDOnAU* ISIHE I SNU66CS1 HCCAVUfe ON IMfl EAST CCASr..BUTcVE GOT TO GET BO C= THS -lfi *rl WA7/ m&hts Dunlopillo so comfortable? Millions of liny inierconnccicd air rcll, <>t ihc linc*t .|ualiiv ftMttll rubbrt, jjivc the amazing resilience and comfoffl W Ounlopilln larex t'nam lUtttfCUCS. There aic no piin£s <>t slutting to come through the COW OC ffCU n OUt, and turning. iKattng and ainng arc unnecessary. Dunlopillo is dust-tVcc, germ-resisting and ooOiAicsx. DuntopiBo larcx foam cushioning i* nlso ideal rof mnchi -. ukl cioenia, ilKJtn. bus and %  On Qfl m us potuMty it is particularly suitable for hot climates. lie original Latex Foam Mattress WHY -.CT !-* %  ( SOM1 [NQ_I"K. TODAY AI f


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NYITKItAY \l \li( H Births. M.rnn;ri. 1I>IM ^Im.nU. M In M l—r —M •l.M i... we*fc Baty-a and II BO Mr any nuanbor ol words up w au. na 3 MU rer word art w*>**-days end I Mni. per word on Sunday* %  nh addi!loiial W*1. tor Bittm. alarriag* or bM>m*M MWHiMMMrii In Carib Calling th* (.u|f la UN lot? any lUfflNi of word* 0UN and • cent, per oH for eb idOit-onal void. Term, ca-h Pkone tSM bet-*n IN and 4 pn 1113 for KMU Natler. cnly affr p m. BABBADOS AliYOC ATL rw.v SEVEN DOD cral will leav ..t 4 SB p m CBBBSSJI fun.: inn *>llUS'C- UTW, Cp Fun-. furnished, warn April HI pu| aaaT "T 1TIIn !2 BUNGALOW New. M.nmD Street 'I John. KMrtoift School AH ..*.. .rnveniertc** TrMphoni' optional Appiv 1 I Brown* Mesial. Street. Si John II.3SIEl KM vjt-r,; '.., thMr u ui j I %  BBB %  fSBjaS .I 1 able April and ravwai TAKE NOTICE KIST Thai KIST CANADA. I IMITT.r C< rpom.on mtaiUfnl and eatatlaar aa WM htl Of the OnminuM, Manufacturer*, whose trade or Umw •date*** la || Cetoourg Streei Btr-tblerd Province of Ontario i lor Ihe rrgiatiatin.. of trad Part A of KraidPT in rc.peet of non jlcoholir. nomnaii Duilllesa br.i-rar.-.old a* toft drinks JT,I aynin central** f>on> which .ucn .n dm.. ..re made, and will be entitled to reguier ihe same after en* month frw. iho lath da* of March. IK I. mien .hail in the mi-ntlmr girt -"—to mark con bo *ren on anpl.cat'oi ofae* id th.. Itih day of March. IBM H WI1J lAU.dg*to IN MfcMUKIAM MTtHFR I. •.. g> lining memory of Clan Ihitcher. who p-.ved aware on March ITlh 1B47 Bod .tnd Mdin *a> Ihe call Of th.l dan onr ao loved b/ all. Dear ih nave where ihr la lakt. Freah Ih. mrmor' thai II novM lade Ft. CLiMaVfWher. V\V\ \Kl> doar boloird huaOdrd Kobon U,mitirr MdvmarU %  ... j„ u % IMA March 1PII Mm I mi. him II li unknown Only Jem. knodf. Bail 1 IIMI rXart we w ill meat acali %  ara HI part no mora. Ever W !> %  raiiwmbepm b^ m< brlnverl Wtfd Matoel MuM-arU 17 331 %  BOW N |,i lavlna memory of m> beloved, hiubond Leonard A. loach, -ho (IriMiMI 11... life oil* yaai Mp. "Tlmo laku away Ihe odd* of srli'' Bui memory luni back c •. Cl^ly. A B.wh iwmi. ITlil Seaside rwaldei lenanla. A* onward. Linen anJ I cutlery ootioiyal Dial MM ,„ „.„.( 16 3 51—If n i-r i: > %  >•.•.< !..-, cool, running %  "*:• 10 CM DW fumuhad roorna. vet Icr With or wtfhr^ walk to Clubi • IU.II—tf i BBACBOi-T-. rumUMd HOUM. Mat Wdlla Coatat. ChrMI Churvh Available for the month of April, lffjl Tor trr.i Anmy Phone 3TM IT 1 Sl-ln MAR1NF GARDENS—New Sunn 3 Iwdruoma with running water, bull Wardrobe* and all modern convenlei LnI uroao preferred Applv Mr> rrted. man. Hotel Royal. 13331 -t f n. %  :.... • |, %  niin B,.-k mi premliiea to Mr *iluaied a ISV-T r N TANOUM Beachinont. Bath.heM. irom February onward., monthly or otharwUe. 3 double bedrormu with •male Simmon, bodateed.. children', room. dining ro..m an.l loun|e. R-f.iee.-to-. WHITI *M in loviria mamorv of M.i Bine Whitukar. who wai called I icit ,.-. March ITlh IBM. l*i*ar I. H.e BnM | n which ihe • uud Doar It Ihr memory thai nn*r th*l fnde. Sweet i. the hopihat aa;m %  .i. c • %  Baajaj .1. keqthi ,, FOII SAleC Al'TOA.OVIVE CAR: Horrlf IB. IBM-4B BKcc D t,on.l condition, mil) 18,000 tnilr-. f>ppoiiitiii-nI Nenrvat offer *1.3S(l. Minannlllo. St J'.me. Phone Bl-Tt 13 3 31—4n CARSMuni. J Door Baanon. Mi.nl. 4 Door Saloon. Ford V-B Saloon. Tord V-B Tourer Morrl* II h p. t'lilly-n ISM Model *IIShtl> i, rd n reduced price Dodfe Pack-up iu-t overhauled FOBT ROYAI. r.ARACL LTD Telruhnne 43fM l33SI-Bn MOTOB CYCIBC — Vel *(*B*y ; W. Haftr.. Barber. Coakaard a. f %  %  pjra .i BtraaM DalCTBICAL Rnaln DfQINE— One Brn 10 h.p Gaaolliie or Keio new and In tood order Apply K Corbkl MII^'I'.. Black Rusk. IT 131—3.1 I. 13-11 volt.. Ith lampi fand Ltd. OMAN-I iirhtii-c M amp*, ana wat P .. A Mi | UVBST0CK *K>HHrs— ] v o Cieloute Lady reap • Jim Oarkerlack ex Sugar Ladyi unPMnetf B y o. geldlns Jim Oarkerlack rx Princeaa Stollai. Apply: J R Ed ward • Telephone 1310. 3ll-lf n. MBGHANICAL PORTAnij: %  n-prWHITXPaV-Umlted nuanlilr of wwld famom Herrnea Bab: *wl.a made. Call early at K. R. BunlB g Co ltd U..PT Brnml M MIKCKLLANFOITS HATIIv 1, Porcelain Briar White. Green. Prunraar with n unite to complete colour suite. gj.d.. A. nABNia At Co. Ltd. Apply 131-til MODERN BUNG! lt in Meal pon Garden. Bathing 1(13 31 In 1 (lap B3.V0* rcy A Scott. 1T3M Jr. "'I "I MBVaVJ Tea eenfa per spore 1 nil 11 i"" per apale lli nd II ti „„ Sumdoire ea loerkHlap* .a u-eek-dnyf AUCTION ON TIT.*IDAV Blth _. ioofe.1 houw M i It < I, am.il h(H1 „ 1? %  a. .hop II i < | rroted out |fl i....n. produce. .104 per week, land rem U M pe. quarter Land can be SSSJr m C ** H " rA "* n APCMiat McKBNZir. Auctioneer IBS 51 *i. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Thunday told at mral Motor Bur C e Auatin A-70. II der raven thouaancJ aendetm Bale a the orTW of thi Kelwn Street mite, 'dnmaged oT""uch' TAKE NOTICE ANCHOR Thai THE OltJtATlVF LIV1TRD a Company irgimrred in.drIhe Law. of New Zealand. M. ..nd Meni.^nl*. whove trade < buaiue>addrea. M Dairy Buildmga. London Stir-* Hamilton. New Zealand, ha. applied lp the .egtatiatMin of a trade mark In Pai •A" of ReglMcr in ie>prct ..f dairy pii. duct, of nil kind-, peilieutnlv butler cheew. condenaed and *'-iKHjid imih r.d diled milk, and taaeln l.ii food Did will be tiitilled M register li.c san-a after one month fixm. Ihe ICIi day ok'^irh. 1BB1. unlea. pome aaraari ahall In Ihe ip aya wt l rn i give notice in dipucatlo li* at my oBvce of opposition nf puch real.tr.ilMm The bade innik can U %  een on application at my offkv Dated ilin l*lh d.. of Man-h. IBM II WU11AM' Keftiatrar of Trade Mar*.. IIS Bl—an. 1 VDV for our oflk-e Onl' "nar with pcevln„. boeh-keeping n .erlance need apply BtanUrkL tcott ek Co. Ltd. Broad B>re.-1 IB 1 31—t.f n ffener.I office ttfja) I %  MISCELLANEOUS ivirn PT lo. tj.aO" at le A M co Advocate 1TJ3IIKKJK-for four i". keeping and Accoui 3B4 ia i ai I MMM a J A T t CAJBI I-. BJaaa, ad ,, w .l Irry, old China, alive* and SlienWM PUte Phone 441 n. call at O'lHRJNQES. ad loinua Hoyal Yacht rub B03*l.-T.E.rf .o,nn>iiM \ s SHIPPING NOTICES MOI -.1 ill ASSIMItl^ tllWIVIS The Aiird for thr I* lalsry ;itMcrirly not later than the 24th March 113 M 2n TN1FORMS MIR MALE NI'KSM AMI UK SEALED TENDERS will be rfceivext at the Hospital up to IS clock noon on Tues.i.iy. 2 the Hospital Persona lenderine. mu*l *ubm(l at the time of tenderingInter* lorn tw i.ih-r |i.-|..,.ii known W poasens properly, exprewinf Ihrlr w illlncneos lo become bound as turetle*. for Ihe fulfilment of the • in tract. Further partirular> mgy be obtained from the Secretary. OnI il Hospital. 14 3 51—3n e o d. MONTRFAI.. AI'STRAIJA. NEW ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED (MAN t t INK. M -TONGARIBO" 1. -hednled to ..I Melbourne Pebn.a.v Mh SyBragf %  %  '* lh. R.i.b-ne March Tth Arilving .1 Barbado. earb) Ap-H IK' ThU keoael ha. ample •pace fci IU. I'M wen and General Cargo Cargo accepted as through BUI. of t .li.ii with tranahipmenl at Triindad i... Bnti.fi Gulani. Barbado* Wn doaii* For f\irther partk.ilart apply — •URNr-M. WtTMV %  CO LTD. and Da COSTA CO. LTD l-.i I Barhaona, B.W.1. B W I MV IMMVKA -HI Car en and Pa.-rngrr. for 1 > li -U.nnj PrhBay rvsHlPhFaT.Prl i 1-M.I-M. Antigua. klailariral. Nevh and '1. Kill. Sailing Wedpeaday ll.t In.tant -ABJtWD" will aeeept B W I. fBCHOOfl-tl OBfNFJtS ASAOCIAt'ON D*C. Tel. asn. TAKE NOTICE THE STAG That JONKOPIN'QS uCII VL'LCAMB T.-NDdTlCPUfB'ABHlKHAKTlFBUl-AG. Joint Mack Company organised under Ihe Uw. of Swede... Malcl. Hu.ul. turer*. whoae trade or buinc addrcav I. ia. Voetra SlorgaUn. Jonkopin. Sweden, baa applied for the reaun.-llo. of a trade mark In Part A %  oi HcguOar In reapvet of matchel. and v. ill be entitled to raglder the afStM nnth fom the IMh d. of M-.vh IB3I unlrai aome person ahaii in .he meantlma give notice in duplicate IS me al my nfnee ol oppoaiiHin of .ch icglatratlon. The trade mark can be •een on -ppUca Daiert thl. Ilth day of March. 1BBI II WILLIAMS Regiatlar of Trade Mark*. IS 331 In TAKE NOTICE BLACKBUCK Thai C A K MORTON LIMITED, a liritl.li Company, pieiervr.1 PruVlauui Mrcbanla. whow trade or bunnea. addreaa u Portaoken Houae. Ifd A 1ST. Mlnorlev London. EC England. ha> .,I.I,J,.-I ha '!->• tasNffirMtSB "' %  BBda mark In Part "A'' of Regiairi In iep*< if Muce.. and will be entitled lo resi-t' • I* umt after one month from the 13th day of Match, mi. unleaa aome person %  hall in Ihe meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my office of oppo.ltioiv The trade VINCENT GRIFFITH. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON TUESDAY the BDth the Manhattan Club am formerly -x-cupied by W Co Prince William llenr V.geUible Ln.hc. llalea Jug*. Cupo and Saucar*. Saucepan-. Pine Chain %  vary goodi. Bar Countt il burner.i. I gallon Enamel Sink.. 1 Type. Fork, and Spoon., land at Desk. • e will .ell al I at premise. A Medlo'ri 4. Street Teapoli Milk Meat l>..l... and Table. Rum Barrel.. rller. BUilve* W A Medfurd Show Ca-e. Shelving. Rum Breakers. Board.. Door*. Electric F)ttlng> Jama. Marmalade. Pickles. Ale and other Crocev Item. Qalvanlre Hinge.. Marble To? Table %  are: II a clock. Tarma cash. BRANKER. TROTMAN COI1ABI la TAKE NOTICE TEXACO Thai THE TEXAS COMPANY, a corpotation organized and muling under the law. ol the Stale ol Delaware. United Slain nf America. Manufacturer", whose trade or bu.ine*. addrea. %  13B Past 41nd Street. New York. Bute of New York. IA. ha. applied for the r-i.rnlion nf trade mark In Part "AT of Hrgl.ter in respect ol ga.olme.. naphtnav kerosene., furnace oila, rubrtcalinC oil. end girase-. rutting oil., aaml*, fuel oil., hydraulic tian.inluli.n oil., aiphall and ..|iliallif product., roll (voting, individual and atrip Ingle-, ruat•proof ri.n.pmiiMlN. Indu.trlal id medicinal pctcnlatum. B d petroleum REAL ESTATE DAIICV A SCOTT HEAL FSTATF. AOBHT AND Al'lTKl.MJfH OF MAGAZD4B LANS, esa offer you real estate Of all daacripllona If you are mien-tea Olal 3T43 and he sill come to TtllNIi IS IUCAL FSTATE S DABCV A. thereon nd .lomlerl la tl black, red and green and will I regl.tei Ihe -ai-ic alter one t-i the IBth d.iv nf March. IB onit per...n shall In Ihe meal oticc In duplicate to me at in ppoaltlnn of .uch regl.'ralon imrk can he -een on applicali Drawpng and Dtnlm suiuble tor Buil n aaa lndu.tr. Frontage 43 fl 1. Concrwled tight througr. AbUdl Dial OBI IT 3 31—4.. HARKEfl ACO 13.B.31 tin HEAVY WOODEN COUNTER 33 feet lens, I feet -Ke. B feet high May be p. en at SlaiufeM Scott A Co. L4d Broad Street 1BJS1—Bn. SOAP. "CAMAY* "IVORY"-Jud lecelved a amall ahlprramt of "Camay' Toilet Soap and "Ivrv" S-uip Price BaV pei cake Oet yui.i. lo-day from BBl'tT WEATHF-RHFAD lid WJJ l — — Vrh'ETIAN KLlNlm. Klrach S innil mat.! DrUne VenetUn blind., to ) .lies deliver. 3 week-. Dial 44TB. A IIAHNI-rs A Co.. Ltd. II S *l-t I PI ANTS A l.niiled o>iMM ffnaetaa of CrMon* Dial BBBT IT 131 ri'IIUNF! A PRINCIPLE SB 40 Roof ~ ^tTed with aalvanlard tron in good rondltlon Arpl* lo the Old Ice Company. [rl nee WPS. Ilmry Bttreet By public competition al our o Jame. Street o-i Thuradav. the Find March l3l. at t pjr.. II 1 perchea of land at 4th Avenue Pi-rh. Road. Buah Hall. SI Mlrhgrl together lth Ihe itonrwall bungalow thereon In (pert Ion on application lo Ihe owner Mr Joaeph Moore between the hour, of B am. and B p.m. except Sunday. FW further particular, and condition. or aale appLy to — HUTCHINSOPf A BANFIE1.D tflil fsa Thai moat d— irable properly VICTORIA or. the aeaalde near Worthing'. Port Office. )uat being thoroughly ran Mith additional land added to bedroom. 2 with running wi.ler. kilehantoilet and bath. I for i iucaliV C-n be occupied Tor m.paction on furthei mal aiso. -..i. lag %  gaisitlaiiri %  nforir-atl". ITJ31—3.' Shrill in •>nd SBC I gdjaj fj dock Card Board L Barlr) fusar and other Sweet. KNIGHT'S Ltd BB > ll-3n WE bu% end rail honehold edu.pmei-t or all description. Owen T Allder. Roebuck Street Dial MB* 31-4n YACHT CONDOR, lenclh 13 ft be.im f ii completely Sued out Apply Wick.. Woodaidr Oartrni. Phone BIBB UJiSl-dn. YACHT — Yawl 37', ft long:, with Recently painted an Apply VineeM BW—Hai-y Garden.. I romx everv convenience Includ^ns gprdan. water aupply As new. t:3. Phone 44T8 BI-t I n I adB. '" n OB application al hi. 14th day of Marcn iwoi. II WILLIAMS. Rriiatrar of Trade Mark. IVIM an Mate s The Marh in. IMMEDIATE CASH l.r broken Jewel jBff Sold nugget., coin, miniature* Jade. Ota B W I StampOORAINQES. Antique Shop. Dial BUB. SB.!St -t fn I'l 1*1 M MIIIMS I II B0 < u>re*-dav i aiin.en.1 u..l--d,.. NOTICE mi i in mis PARISH OK ST ANDREW Hen lha.. one candidate having been nominated to Sll Ihe ae.t of D A Fo.lc, deceased I he ret. v declare la. mlentlo. n. tike J poll al the Vestry Boon.. Bellplain, on Monday next March lath 1BB1 1-un.menciiiK betseen ihe hour* of B and B In Ihe morning and closing at 4 p.m lor Ihe election of one member Signed W W WORRELL IB.3B1—A. TAKE NOTICE EMBELIX Thai MAY A BAKER LIMITED. ilrlllah Company. Mai.ufa. turlnj f heml-la. whole trad* or buameaa adareai .* Dnawnfuun. Fiaea. England, ha. applied for the rrg'.ti.iion of a trade mark in Part ol HeglMer in respect of pharr acriilk-al veterinary and .amtni" aubstancei; infant.' and Invalid*' food., plaster. material tm bandaging: material for %  looping u-eih. runt.i aragtj di.iulerlanU. preparaUoM for killing weed, and deMinyi.ig .emi.n. jl will ne enlilled In trgi.trr the ..me iter one month from ihe IMh day jf bnh. 1HI. unleaa aome perwin .hall hi e meantime give notice in duplicate lo e al my office of opposition of PUCB .v M. ii. t .i. l gam %  en on application a Dated Ihla Hth cla> TFNDER FOR S1FPLIFS SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 1? clock noon on Tued-y, 20th March. 1951. fur supplying .-iiticles ui itif followiiin lines foi a perioil rjl M months from 1st April I (I) FRESH BREAD 2) ALCOHOL (J) COFFINS, and pirnrtalltil HEARSE for the burial of th,. rjaja] at the Wesibury Cemetery (J) PURE FRESH MILK, between 150 and 250 pints a day only. Forms for the respective lenders will be supplied on application 10 the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be (iitertained except they are on forms supplied h\ tinGeneral Ho pltal. Person* tendering mua submit at the time of lenderinc letters Irom two other persons known lo potness proper!i. expresslni their uilllneitess in become bound BJ sureties for the fulfilment or Ihe c*.. trarl. Trims of contract mid any fiutliei* particulars may be obtained • n application nt the General Hospital. 14 3.51 —3n. e o d. INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 8T LUCIA Applications are invili-d Tor the post of Ininector of Schools. | Education Department. St Lucia I The applicant (who should possess graduate qualifications, pref itrablyl nhould be a trained TMaHuaT and should have wioY tatpBTJ i-n.-e of work in Prihiary Schools The post la pcnsimiiible and carries emoluments in ihe scale of • 1920 to 12,400 ner annum by annual im %  r.-m.-ni. n| |M plug a Coal of Living Bonu.at the latflgof $192 |>rr annum Travcllu|| .,:. i Sm slrnn allowances will bt paid In aVMfsVdfWet with the rates preNcrthed by local Kgulatlom The duties B| the poat will ba BUefl as are assigned by the Education Officer, and lite holder will be *ub)ect to the Colonial lUnulatimiam! such other local orders as are in fw.c The Inspector of Schools will be required to set ai Education Officer should the necessity arise Free passages for the Officer and his family will be provided in accordance wilh the Colonial Regulaliuns Or | maximum of 5). Applications setting out full details of qualification* and ex.*-,, ence should D0 atcompanicd by not less than two. trstimonials and should be addressed to THE ADMINISTRATOR. ST LI'CIA. t reach not later than 31st March. 1051 |7 3 .'7 .i, TAKE NOTICE PAMPA ThSl MUSICA AHOENTINA K INTERAClONAl "11 LILIUAI) I IMITAUA. a IIIIIIIHI llabilin ..rtnerahtp oraanlterl under the law. of .• %  AIII-IIIIIIC llipublii. Merchanla. whow ade or bualnaaa addrew 14S-V Lavalh Clreet. Ilikenri* Aln--. Araenlina. hai aaplied fur tb* rMlatraUnn of a liadt mark in Part "A" of ht.-i.tri in re-peel p| |:i.iti,.|.r., ,.-. ofd] %  'i BW I lied t> iigl.tn the >aine aflei .M.I r.onUi from Iho IBth day of March lUBI. iuilr.a •ome person ahajl In lh< % %  aaajcej in diiplnnle M n h rr-an '.men of opBoMUoi TliHade mark Mcoa, SisomAhipCo. 9nr. NEW TOUK SKHVm Myken* Mika BBrd rebr.iarv inivr. ILul.p Srebrrerr MIU lath March. afrtvp. Barb* NEW OHLEASS SERVICE i ll'h Februarr .nive. Barbada hk M.rcn imvei Barbado. CANADIAN SIEVKF I ..lli-.i Ml Nam* .1 s'.l -AlaTOA PARTNrS' AIAXIA l-BOASVa" "ALCOA CEANANT SAILS nun * vi.i.ianoi February Urd March SUi March Bth March IBih March 33rd April Jrd MIHISNIII ND %  IA PTNNAHT'.. "AtCOA PARTNPll" Hue March Mr. B.ila for St John A Hahfa. ^..e March ?o.h soill St John HallUt Thaai vessrii have limited rur-WtklS* aastrSB. B RUBKRT TUOM LTD. — MW APPLY:-DA COSTA X CO.. VtIRK AND C.n.K SRRVICE. LTD—C\NADIAN SI.RV1CE HARRISON LINE OHTWiRn FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM s Vessel ''PACIFIC STAR" -STATESMAN SI* Cr'.SSOR" STUDENT" SCrXlALlST" from Liverpool London Liverpool ''•lasuow i. Boutti W .! %  LesTrs ntii w 3rd Mar 10th Mar 10th Mar 21st Min-i Due H.ni%  •:... 15th Mar 25th Mar. 25th Mar ss SK HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINODOM Veagel For OrWI '" B r badoB FORESTUverpool lib NLirch MI'LHFUHV Hill UiKlfm Wnh March CRAFTSMAN" Uverpool -ii"* Mnrch For farther information apply to DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—/\mU PASSAGES TO EUROPE Contact Antilles Products. limited, nostau. rjsoinlnl*,. for Bailtag to Europe. Tag usual ports of call see Dublin. *!" ff a oi Rotterdam. Single fare £70; usual raductiOna for chUdica. Prte.1 li,,. 14th dav ,' M,,,'. MI .Ml 1 IAVS of Trade Mark^ It SSI— SiTAKE NOTICE C0RAL0X I, United SUitea of Am-rlCJ lurer.. whose trade or l>u>m—< I. West Qianil Ro.ilrvard A Co > Detrnil. State of Michigan. dai applied for Ihe iegl.tr at inn le mark In Part "A" of Kegl.lci art erf motor driven vehicle. nd devlrea of all kind, for motor driven shade, and engines, electrical apparalua if all kind*, measuring and acientlik ipparatu. Including ipnrk plugi. .par!' .lug Iniulatora. apark plug porcelain.. park plui parts, tad in apm* plug. eaUtor. (or preventing Ignition .yrtcma rom interfering with radio apparatu. adlo apaik plug tedlng device., devices nd maclilnea for cleaning apark plB> abraHv* compound for cleaning apark plug*. Ignition cables, terminal, for electrical connections, pump., corabln-d rued and vacuum pumpa. fuel pumps, vacuum pumpa. filter., oil and gaaolln.* filter*. Oti and gasoline ptrainera. .peedometera. ap**s*om*l*r dHvIng mechanlsn. lachrm.etera for general use. Sim speed ir.darelor*. ammeters, oil gnuge.. preuuie petated f>Bugaa. ihermog-uSea. tasnperaturo indaTJtlns deiicr. and appaiatua. liquid level indlcatora. "I, n \ of March, II WILLIAMS. Rrai.trar of Trade Mi TAKE NOTICE du MAURIER Ti T PBJT1 U I.IMITITII -. .lie %  England. Men the reglalrolM Part -A'of rig-rell*.. clgi bo ulllli %  Regi.ter n i. and lobi regl.tei .. the I.I day of M %  %  give notarc at my office of opposition of liaMBS The trade matk can ataraUeaUasi at my ofsca. Dated ihla It". d of March, mil II WILLIAMS lie* -nar of Trade Markisssi ; cleai .umblned air Intake %  alullnn i, Ian rfle algrl •nl partof Si -,i ; pagaarM will he entitle: •fp>r one mnnti of March. IMi MODERN-3 or bedroom nouae rtructrd l.i atone having fully Uled tollett and bath^ built In cupboard•Jiroughou* the bedrooma. drive In 1 Paige. 1 aervant room*, standing on half acre of land on Maxwell Hill. Too Vacant With immediate pot.es. For viewing apply Worthy Down Top Rock or Phone BBBB 11.311 St. malec chokes, c iruraruiiicnt panel o€ all kind repair and rep *uch dev leer, p all auch devlrei lo rrgi.tei Ihe from the ltth unleaa .ome perron slum in ine aaiaiil give notice in duplwate lo me at m nance of opposition of fsBBB regi.t/afir.. The trad* mark can he .een on apphc tun t rnv ofBce Dated this IMh dav ol March. lBOl H. WILLIAM* ivgi.t-.-r ol Trade Mirk' II 331-3 pwd O C DBAYTON E-,l*ip. ,-• Chi'M i ITBBI-Bn High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women 7 wH-a aa man) wonvaa aa aaeai gajf> r-r irom High Blood Pristasfa. pallA ia a myaterloua diaaaaa Ukat asaaru about ihe time of Changa of Ufa aarf ntKBIBl tup and bark of head and abovo eyea preaaiir* In bead. B.aaliMad. fgaon nreaih. palna In heart, ("'ntataaai. poor aleep. lua* of memory aad lailgj -aailr *., Ited. r*ar and worry. U puai suffer any of iheee armptoass *—. delay ir.at-.ieni „ngiday. >our Ufa may b* in aauaarer. N iformeeir knosrn aa Hyaoil. a medical discovery, reajacaa laacm I I'r-uia-f with th* first *o**T(a* ahyavv load off ihe heart, and m FOU faal years young., in a few fl %  a fTom vour i guarantied t ir i rieouat today TAKE NOTICE BOTANY Thu OUT ANY MILl.S. I v por at ion organised and suiting undei the * %  of "to •'•to *•' N ** laawaa t-i lied Statea of Amerat*. Manulacturer. •rhoge trsB* or bualneaa addr*sa i. •• % %  Devloi. Avenue. Paaadbc. New Jeraei t.-A. hap applied for to* ragflMroWOt of a trade mark in Part -A" of Reglrtei I. i.ianal on th* ii" lav ol September IBM. are re UieiUd to **nd in parlKulaii of their Cla.m. di.lv aliened In the u4*aer.Urn*d Mortimer Vera Redman Undsay Erc.l Rrethltn OtII and Pet.. Omdan Taylor. OAiaiifiad cKec.ior. of th* will of the dmailf In rare of Coitte. Catford 4. Co 11 H v Btrool Bridgetown. *oBltors. on ,„ beloi. th* :-.h dav ..I April ttBI after which date w* mall pneaad to Birtrtbuie the awarts of IBe de. eased among the paitlC* entitled thereto havparegard g tlalrn. af which .e ahall then have had notice and we wli. not t* liable lor Ihe ataeta or any part there-.' ao dJaUtbulOd to in. person of whose debt or claim we .hall not then na And' alt person* indebted in the M estate are requested to aetlle their I dehledii*" without drlav Ind dav ol Februair IBfti MORTIMFR vrrtr prtiMAnt 1 llVFBUBN nil I PfSf-Y OOBflOS TAVI/>R ,r* n( thwill of Jam*. Men .'...a-ed PMSTC0L1) Domestic Refrigerators WAMin FOB CASH User! & Mini Snaps of Bwbado. .nd th. o.W Irikud. i,l Ih. atllMH Wrt Indw.. GOOD RKH PAID -t CAMBaBAN sr.K!noclirTT H* to HM Thrrr i. n PRF.STIOI.D MODKI. I* WM %  ran Bara. — Brat} I'm kn tapni-ily I.I cu.fl. and 7." ru II. Incorporaiini; ihe Exclu.lv. "PRKSTADOK" Inaal door for extra food blorast. Mai* i. la* irge-i Haaafaclann .i AdaasalK %  flfngaratet* in Britain. Powered by Ihe H.rmetieally Sealed Presmctlc Unit which carries a five year Guarantee WMFOdAIITY LTD. Kepreseniii\e for the Weal Indiei tAV-V//AV///.*AVVWf//.'A--'.


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