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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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. NEW BUILDING GPENS MONDAY

U.K. Recognizes Communist

‘China On Paper Only

Churchill Does Well Capt. Carsen Gets
In Talks With Truman te : ,
el is A Hero’s Welcome

WASHINGTON, J: 11 FALMOUTH, England, Jan,








rime Ma iste isto urchi . . vn ; ‘ nf
: Prim wernt Winst n Churehill considers br it-| Captain Henrik Carlsen whose valiant but futile two
© cOEeNiti ‘ » It s}e shin’? } 1 1 + . “ *
oe ab cognition Red ¢ hina only a paper relationship”. weeks battle to save his doomed ship, the Flying Enjerprise
Churchill doesn’t intend to have his nevg Conservative Gove} won him worldwide acclaim, stepped ashore to receive a
ernment withdraw at this time, the diplomatic recognition hero’s welcome at 6.05 a.m
hastily ted by the late British Socialist Government. | Carlsen’s elderly parents, representatives of the United

But he dic 1 prom ise Truman, according to United States}
officials, that Britain’s recognition of the Chinese Com
munist regime will not stand in the way of British action!
with the rest of the Free World to meet any threat of|
aggression by Red China ; oa

Both Churchill and Truman were thinking especially | from All Quarte
of Indo-China, where it is feared that the Chinese Com-j

States, Britain, and Denmark and 3,000 seafaring Britons
cheered this 37-year-old skipper as he landed at Falmouth
Prince of Wales Pier at 6.05 a.m.

Refreshed by his first full night's
{sap since the worst | AUantic
jstorm in the quarter of a century
acked his ship’s plates on Dec.
, Carlsen wore a dark blue suit

munists might make their next move, if and. when the Pa Wi he:
one feat Atel : var or . ed }and a borrowed coat much too big
Korean war end } int ut. l | for him. He lost his wardrobe when

British sources disclosed, meanwhile, that Churchil

L / ! t l ] | the listing and leaking. Flying
has no intentions of trying to arrange a personal meetir | Brush Held | Enterprise finally sank in the Eng-

with Stalin at this time. There has been advance specula-| lish Channel at 4.12 p.m. yesier-

tion that the British leader might go to Moscow alone L 7 ‘ ul | mta'the sea from its then horizon-

-as proved to be the case—Truman was cold to the idea n ee q Lane See ots SHED nor taaees

of a Big Three meeting. | ee lide to" share 4

t ‘ aati d arisen’s s » to share >

The most important part of the agreement on the Far| WASHINGTON: If in peevish| | iause even sie had shared
East was said by Americans to be this sentence: “We| 00%, you feel like grumbling | ¢p ©

; the last half of the skipper’s ordeal
rac om 5 2 aah il as 1 Oi as = m about petty matters, you might do| ~~ oa ae : 7
recognize that the over-riding need to counter the Com-| worse than ponder the case of|W8S Kenneth Dancky, the young

munist threat in that area transcends such divergencies as} | Fallon, who has just died in cere setenv were - BE ct Bread ead’ ‘cowns
are in our policies toward China.” | Tork. aged 62. In the place|the Enterprise's sloping deck|corner of Broad and Cowell
| i ( | York, aged 6 t e p from the rescue tug Turmoil just] Streets, will be opened on Monday











IS MODERN BUILDING at » corner of Broad and Cowell!
Y | Streets, comprises the offices of Tr: )s-Canada Airlines, the Canad
NE W cITy lu K.; tran Play) SS Scce? So casos, see vetanes ond epeeens.
BUILDING
COMPLETED

The modern, spacious offices of
ihe Trans-Canada Aijrlines, th
Canadian National Steamship and







Diplomatic THE Kk ITUAL

| Shuttle Game
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uw .| MURDER CASE

Britain rejected n vor
on nr Iranian charge t

he Interferins inthis coun’ Defenee Counsel Addresses Jury













where “She lived for the past 42, Tj try’s internal affa The British
shi . % | > >» week a , is | jing : ‘ i . nficin a aa outa ¥ \ ‘
Churchill, even before becoming Prime Minister n,| years of her life, Mary was re-|°n¢ week ago tonight cles ears pe wee wi ee { Fore DEFENCE COUNSEL i» the Ritual Murder Case, Mi
sharply criticized the late Socialist Government for what! garded by everyone as the most Perverse Weather om the ground floor and Gardiner Duy piunged:: # C,H, Clarke, K.C,, addressed the jury an hour and 50
he described as its hasty action in recognising Red China.| Popular person they knew. She} ; Austin Commercial offices on the mg utes at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday al
And USS. officials who heard him discuss the problem here | methodically taught herself to! But the weather which robbed] pet floor is of heavy concrete 1 lis way, pla yla Wald. Assistant Attarney General, for ti
got the impression that he would welcom ‘} paint gay designs on scarves and|them of their dream of riding the) walls and is well ventilated Iran last wee nded the B ; Os mage its hte } { ic
hai Ailes . fo eee vould now welcome some] handkerchiefs and the letters she| Enterprise triumphantly into Fal-| ~The ground structure was built|tish Embass a note accusin tion had made an hour at ‘5 minute: dre
ona fide reason for withdrawing recognition | wrote to her friends, full of cheer-' mouth Harbour still was perverse.j}to accommodate four floor Two | Britair f interfe Iran His Lordship will sum up t case to the jury
L }
1 ~ fulness and optimism, were treas-! Hail and sleet swept the dock as| have been built and at some future} Internal a cI . me an this case, Burton Springe ilias Car » Gre
Th 2 S ; ? “ ured. It was not easy to do these| Carlsen stepped ashore from the/date, two more floors may be} ing from the ¢ ute ove th aa - 4 Sat tie Cawna? ‘ aie : i
a e pped ; ‘ ; : a 23-year-old fisherman of orner \ r
things because Mary ‘had been | tug Turmoil—the first time he has] built. In keeping with the previ | ational Anglo rem 9% menth-old child. Geoff 30
‘ | , ous plans for four floors, space has | Ivanian Oil Company With the murder of a 23-m i= child, G I C
Anyone trying to work out the score cards of Truman| completely paralysed from the! seen land since the Enterprise be- |‘ Tas siiowell4 lift @ Ly th Tho Brit S I eptemt 19
and Churchill at the conferences’ couldn't help but con-| weer down since 8 seta of 20.| gan its ill-fated voyage from New build: cof aéditienal Stabs nt aie . He iHleged to have commit-
= e ra 7 » painting : » letter writ- | Yor s Fe - ‘im a J n|? 1 of ace al sti $ 1 « ‘ r . .
clude that the 77-year-old Prime Minister will go home} che Benne me the cotter Siti | kote, for Harobarg. Germany. 4 The architect who designed the; the franiar n Offies t} ‘ n urder because h an
rith ¢ coe + cad 3 ing? Done with a brush held in| December 22. He was near tears building Mr Aathany OU. Lees + : , “4 Mi ’ 1 . d te zet into communication wit
with a pretty good showing. | her teeth and obviously very moved as he ‘ ; a pi Natick. tc? oie to tata 1 X\- anac¢ wan irits fror
He refused back dov . A+] ‘ . and the builders, Messrs Clarke | t, Go nine is unable to k 4 <
e refused to back down on the Atlantic Naval Com- AMSTERDAM: The record for stepped up to receive the weleome | ang Tucker last ’ thi ated |: btain money
mand. He got the Americans to shelve the ‘dea of stand-| "io for the caientnaeot oe ‘ae of Fglmouth’s Mayor, Thomas|” Along the Broad Street side, the! which apart from the terms it Mi ° | ae In } Mr, G. B. Niles i »clated
ardizing their rifle for the Atlantic Army for the time} iba : ain % won | y Al weed old | Morris. building is 74 feet long and alon€| which it is couch is contrar m Is ¢ 4 | Mr, Clarke as defence’ c¢ ‘
being. He is going to get much needed stecl for Britain’s| Mrs. Krechting in The Hague, who Carlsen’s mother and father were | Gowell Street it is 117 feet Ho diy itie courtesy, being pub Yesterday was the fifth day the

aidnhe 7 ; egg ; : f . flown from Denmark especially The entrance lobby to the p ' 7 B +} i . lease was being heard. The Prose-
=nts 2 I ; l 1 or > » -hour ; h * 5 ; ; lis t el and ‘ 4 ¢ a
armaments in return for aluminum for the U.S., and he} after a 70-hour vigil this morning | +5. the occasion moved to their | graund offiees is of corked tiles.) )° colect, +e a. even arpados | «tion's case was closed earl



















got an agreement to try to work out in advance, joint| bought a side-board worth £15). ee te These corked tiles are laid down ne rer “a called
Anglo-American policies in the Ez . sade gs for 3s. During her vigil Mrs.|5°OS Sice. Hew to red i the noise | SPONdents, at the same time tha ’ : bot ht the. total f
G10-2 an policies in the East from Cairo to Korea iruaciitna ras palinved: twit tart Morris said, “We give our warm-| with a view to reducing the noise) jr oS adlivered by a messenge Hon'ble James A. Mac Kin-{>rought the. total number of
But most important of all, he will go hx , | some hours. by her husband, est and most respectful welcome made by ees alee to the door-keeper at-the British} non, a member of the Cana-|'" Bos. cased to 17. One other er
Mey ‘ a é of all, he will go home with the} * : . ‘to the Commander of the Flying} Three Entrances Maintaste ; te enionneinnieal “lis endered for cross-examinatior
written assurance that U.S, Atomic bombers will not take while people Jiving near the shop | | Enterprise whom wer state wit: |* Phere ove threeventrancns to the} A ey hen taten ct abe lian Senate repres B LMC) hut was not cross-examined.
off from bases in B ritain to attack, unless the British Gov- brought her coffee, tea and buns. | honour,” Carlsen seemed highly | building, two on Broad bs py and |ihe By it he ‘Gominuubation ce Province of Alberta in’ the Hearing Resumed
ernment gives a “go ahead”. Ever since American bases} NEW YORK: New York police | wrought with emotion as he re-}one e ne See cat Pe a returned by the Iranians to thopPederal Cabinet, told the When = hearing esumed
; ; . ‘ s on trond § é ) ate ‘ ate * ' ' é 5 di mo !
in Britain were established, during the Berlin air lift crisis, | °™¢ Very sorry that a pawnbroker plied, “I want to thank all pre Sante tlass while the door on| British Embassy, On hour later} Advocate aterday that h eters Gvdroen to
Churchill has belaboured the British Socialist Government | °'™* Harry Weisenberger is) who backed me, I knew you were Cowell Street is a 10 panelled 00] the Embassy commu as delighted that the author ist nd Patholowist “y he
on this point Britons feared that tl | dead at 5} For in his 35 years of/all behind me. J] just cant fine vdoden double door {nication and the original Traniay j : Barbados had been , mas o ie ck : ian
hina , thie +4 ae 2S : * 1e Americ ote might | runnir his hock shop, Mr. W.! words enough to thank you | The first storey projects beyond! tte were back t e Foreigr ving the co-operation of he ny eat Mie : 7
P ies ah a eee ers ht, without any,| helped trap 1,500 criminals and Carlsen paid special tribute to]... ground floor by a cantileve: j Om ! ‘ { Alberta in con m Inspector B
British voice in the decision—(U.P.) lreceived 50 citations from the|Captain Dan Parker and the crew ].4q “the showease beneath will —_——— ( pie OS ee ee wens plete oaeviaiii
| grateful authorities. | of the Turmoil, which plucked him}. times be lighted at night . é ; t vith oil development :
| F ometim b g SUGAK NEWS: coo rash and ll
| 'from the sea yesterday and hac Many of the partition are |“ wy ce I | that he is happy to see He made an examinatic of
| AMSTERDAM: A ‘plane made « | towe, wt 50 miles of Gn Pace 5 —_——_____- t the Governor, Sir Alfres ar
ae | re ‘ } a towed him to within 50 m a n Page ! me rash 1 stone
Ratific ation Of | Kine G ustavy on-stop flight from Montreal to Falmouth be fore the steel towin Cx li V » guest of tne Govern patche ;
: > | S Amsterdam so that Mrs. Dubero | pape s snapped on Tuesday night. } anadian lethod { Alber ecentl Know ompletel neg
Schumian I lan In j o Aruba, mall island in the aa a ‘ enefits of oil, he was} py rownist }

Opens "52 ! “wet ” in could undergo an ur-

ty or Bagausse oF that ¢ ould be found 1D | gestive por























4 } ve | nt operation for tumour on any bado hich « 1
k iba Stage S | P: li © brai e plane, helpd@i by a ° ray | N ‘int ' very wonderft Rohe
aie’ Salekey, seh an. | ALHAMENE —perveane mae tne win in 10 wes. Publishers yf ewsprip 1 ink it @ very wonderful | "'Serapings é
The West German’ Bund | area Moiiaan! Caine caamattiveds oe THR EE RIVERS, Quebe siting the finding of oil th Ge tae ee :
(Lower House) sweeping aside) STOCKHOLM, Jan, 11 fis ann ee Fata tera ne “Times” For a ; atten: eheraiadl: a4 preparing to handle it in Jeould not be confirn
last. ditch Socialist Opposition,! The 1952 session of the Swedish| ihe fight {6 15 hours, | ives hae tbect ar de t possible way so that th oth kept: thi
moved swiftly to give final ,rati-|Riksag wa ened by King Gus- — LONDON, Jan. | ping ethod of nuf : diself will benefit from its | duced the Gen
fication to the Schuman P tav VI who asked for larger de- JOHANNESBURG: In 40 min- Publishers of The Times, one 3c of ; ' ae eee Oe SOT EL ae F
Treaty for pooling Western fence funds The ceremony w ites, 444 inches of rain fell on a| Britain’s most respected news- | 0 fo i pat S , lacKinnon irrivec | received from Insp
rope’s coal and steel resources for/attended by 380 Parliam« farm at Ararat in the Harrismith | Papers were committed for trial ‘ i to carry on his worl a vantandas crornitie .t nc | Bourne two other. lar
the next 50 years. delegates, members of the il! district of tiie Orange Free State, | yesterday for printing shortly be- nae idy, however, Cuban’ official LS Lady Rodney trom Canad in each of these. t
The ratification bill passed its|Family and Diploma Corps 1 Footnote: Mount Ararat in Ar-| fore the election an advertisement e irakee ed in h re 7 for ‘Trinidad where 4 ' f } {
second reading shortly before 4.00 ’ n, nia is reputed to be the point | Which commented on the Labour < ere sae
m. after a 23 hour marathon ses-| yn which the Ark rested after the | Government's financial policies. | t t he Nan ke sit the Rodney or | but ‘ nt
sion, by 255 votes to 144 with four| In his throne speech, the King} peluge The prosecution alleged this was ‘ ) ti : rth bound trip, He wa egative ' ‘
abstentions — a much healthier) declared at Sweden relation a breach of the British election ind bar hin: deuanter Ms He Ise ( i {
majority than even Chancellor) Ww: f ! nations remain NEWPORT, Rhode Island: 69-) law limiting expenditure on party | Erne 2 Phre Mehl D Thor my Babt ne other one, TI
Konrad Adenauer had hoped for.|friendly. He said that the interna-| year-old navy veteran Walter| propaganda at election time and hs Queer r , , exal nd t
In the end, only the Socialjtional situation, however, contin-| Johnston believes in having lots | that parts of the advertisement re- aa : : | sid that he : Bart uggestive positive
Democrats, the Communists ard|ues disquieting. It was therefore f hobbies a handful of extremists oted| necessary to maintain an attitude | Besides having a collection of half- | policy for dividend limitation \ : as a \ ne is also he test ol
against it. ! watchfulnes -million stamps he hf§lds classes mounted to an attempt to back ar ; : isit hile Minister « voss-Examined
| jin musical saw playing and holds | the Conservative candidate in the MR. A. EB. BE. McKENZIE i : 4 ( ee) sasaie
After a mere five hour break,| He added, “Our country is striv- o patents on the use of sharks | constituency of the cities of Lon : Cw a er trade between C {

weary Bundestag Deputic re-jing as before to co-operate 1} teeth in jewellery don and Westminster—C.P.

sumed ‘session at 10.00 a.m. to be-|measures designed to avert inte : . : llere I or | : : » close to Ba the 2% epte

gin debating the tl and fi linational conflicts.” Further te}
reading of the bill, Gove trengthening our national a

| U.S. Amphibian |, Decnsons |i mas eee

night On Kdu cation | ” ae " ee |

jority of 40 to 60 on the la ling period for most n | 7 : cKENZIE, | eects j } ete Lo \
reading. I hi econd reading! serv men and for a seven- _ Pa, S h r isil . ae E ae a ee re | ; pe { . (
margin of 81 votes indicated that! plan for naval construction a ; smb Age lent: Schools | Yi" he ‘









he hoped for ¢ A- | posals






: { briduc
hiss success probably would) be “Il am as therefore amo who heet t wave I y

if it
ren than the always| other things for larger appropria























s ; Ww A, isitit ! intir | hich could n
optimistic 76-year-old Chancellor | tions for civil defence and for d 5 AIRFORCE SA-10 Air Rescue amphibiz in : ’ W Mi} fortnig P ol il 1). n the f t hue
expected. —U.P. {wartime medical service."—U.P. iireraft yor Bir g: xy Lt. Henry Wallendorf, U.S.A.F. landed Ay aes: tA: diwouias with» 8 h bagnsse ‘ oman 1 Ki e¢( {ahi ightly to f

Sal ea sae ae eae t Seawell yesterday at 12.30 p.m. after a five and a half fads of the Secondary School ( | ; > ‘
pet ellen ttrpeerpinarsinnmnce j a . ad ; ”) aaa , fe ea a pal 10
. ° hour nor yp flight from Ramey Airforce base, Puerto jn the Island problems conee ; ; ORTLY afte ) se aaa ronal
HERE FOR TWO DAYS i ing examinations. His, v Sore ; Police wete summon |i) back o
The aircraft whieh normally ‘sonsequence of, an , ot ’ ‘ Mk where ine 1 nepativ i
carries a ct of eight carried that of Mr Flecker r,% Elmina Hoyte in] it . ;
crew of te this trip and one |Re\ arene Pe pier 0 f mae ror ‘ : he | Me
passenger H. D. Bowman, a)2tr" : tan te und Higt ; that
member of the U.S. Department School ce fae enc ? ,
7 hia eur fasts: Wied Certificate “xamtr t affo Aj li QO 7
of Agriculture, Puerto Ri Fixe sehool oramte liberty. & irliner lrashe : nod.
Li. Wallendorf told the Advo-{ heretofore and should give sco ‘ t suse
arit t and e ' ‘ ¢ y 1¢ Police
cate that they expect to return to aed oe aantn : che ; an Killed ‘ it € cident ven he 1 \
Pu Rico this evening, leaving }8chool teaching anc o'} - fa To. the J f
between 5 and 6 o'cloc i M Mc rae ha - i Hoy é ie wd , ;
Vissionehe said was a famil- |?amace ae we B itl i Gu raiehas oncent
ion trip, to acquaint per-|7ere Bee ing to England Pee re taki rmat cact
with the islands and air(’* 4s), ras . wu » per ‘ s
in the Caribbean area. Their | ¢, { endameie oe North ¢ ! , a 1 Recalied
was to go to the assistance: le Sr aie G iment House t ' i |
ef an reraft, surface craft or |" ‘ "s
in fact a vessel in distress in| i. ! 4 ‘ Arm
this area and if necessary land | W im Indian En, OVS ! } . is : ,
near the distressed vessel 1 e} ri ¢ é ttered ‘Bab i
off sick people, should that be} Iwiw mn" - es Sea oes
Soa! rate of cite dintredt ‘Hold Private Talk: eit
f st Laie
|

U.N. Wow't Admit



The aircraft i attached to} LONDON, . ! "
Flight C of the Ist. Air Rescut} he Indie epresentat ’ TT nnn . - Vothjyre |
Squadr it Ramey Field. Ac-! ' Finance Ministe Trace ‘Palks Faihvn
compa ng them on the trip wa e! ad ‘ nina! f om 3 s K J { |
Maj. ©. L, Everett, Flight Inspec- |ipic “ine bt 2 eS De Tassigeny Dies ' '
tor of Flight C. iwhere M Gon i t i a W }
rernainder of the crew are}nearly one ) ne !
W. Stopinski (Na tor M McLa« ° »
ant Office Doy Le 1
t Dom pie 1E ‘ ‘ ‘ ¢
R. | llano (A t A ! \ *
er), H. D. Prot e. W Indi¢ {
THIS U.S. AIRFORCE h rT 1 at Seawell yesterd two-day visit. The { Engineer ‘ fulle
ft whic t it 3 of tt 8. Air Rese 3 4 Ramey Airf eB erto Rac Overator). T = Ind Cc ft





PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY 12> 1952

TT _ ——

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C DI f alling | Why Men Hate Shopping — OM |
| The male lack of enthusiasm, you are er wing like a beanstalk, i



























revulsion for shopping that your lways work
» } originates in those appalling boy- through the ends of your socks
sees . “ ‘
S' ENDIN Wo weeks’ holid Mathematical Master hood mgments common to the and that you come out in a rash
n Sarbades and stay ‘ ’ R AND MRS ANDY| memories of nearly all men...... if you wear winterweight pyjamas
es pea oh “9 CAMACHO and two child-| the days .on w nich they were in the summer, is never forgotten.
- r. Tr a ren Andrew and Katherine who iken into a crowded store and No wonder that men bear deep
: ees gers had aan " spendit . a month’ ade to hold some article of mental scars frcm those encounters
re yesterday morning holiday in Berbados, returhied to thing up against their shrinx- and buy clothing in an almost
oe S. tady Bedney Trinidad yeste rday evening b img bodies while their mothers turtive manner throughout their
Mr rro M gir B w I A r= 5 ® hatied in loud clear voices about aduit lives
tor of Handy Arnold Ltd Mr " Camacho is Mathematic.| ‘he wisdom of wool next to the |
First Visit Master at St. Mary’s College, +:kin. The utter shame of having Nigel Palethorpe speaking
Master at St Mary s ae, apm 7 7 he BBC ogramme
LSC arriving on the Lady Port-of-Spain, and Mathematical@to hold a vest against your chest in the a. BINS ; aisle MYA CSICTSS
Redney ye ‘ter ia th Tutor of the Extra-mural hile it is explained publicly that “Woman's Hour. IMPERIAL LEATHER e LINDEN BLOSSOM ; .
; y yesterday on eir allen iaas Doth panna Sta ened toes ee NT
first visit to the isla r _ Department of the University | -
rf is * ; He “ es a “ ¥ College of the W.I, His wife is, a
Gs. Fleck Sees ae oe the former Cynthia McLeod,!
J. G. Fleck, President of the ’



Booth Lumber Company in Ot-
tawa and Mrs. Fleck, and Mr
and Mrs. Carl C. Long of AMnnap-
olis, Maryland, U.S.A. They

zy at the Marine Hotel

daughter of Mr. E. A. McLeod,!
tolice Magistrate, District “A”,
and Mrs. McLeod of Enterprise
Road, Christ Church with whom
they had been staying. |

Mr, Camacho has published a!
school text book “A New School




They all lhe



are



ng is a retired electrical
engineer.

With Husband's Relatives

TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 AND CONTINUING DAILY
HORNIMANS £&
E ; . i N + 5 3 oO ]
E Geometry with Trigonometry,”| teas ye 5
A : d which is at present being used in, ee vat GREAT ACADEMY. AWARD STARS Fd
M*. R.M.F. Charles, daughter 50 schools throughout the Carib-| : ; He ;
of Mr. and Mrs, Carlos Clarke F bean - ‘ 5 ee 2 ci g 2
cf Palm Beach Hastings, arrived et Ten Days ‘ ye ‘1 ttt ts HE ah Laue :
yesterday morning from Domin- e . ‘ a Pp , % 4 " ,
tl addy R. and MRS. DOUGLAS ete « whe
‘ca by the Lady Rodney after é 1 i sf gg” . . Pape %.
spending the Christmas and New i M LYNC H left yesterday eve- 3 ‘ ¥ ADEMY WC alae 4 :
Year holidays with her husband's ning for Trinidad by B.W.1A. on | MA J 4 .
relatives in Roseau - MK. A. V. NYREN (left), American Vice-Consul, shakes hands with their way to Jamaica to spend} J , ) ; ar , a. Pe i
She expects to be here for a his successor Mr. Philip Ernst, at Seawell yesterday shortly after Mr. ten days’ holiday with relatives gs? oe ity H ; F t
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i i ae te Beg)
further stay before returning to Ernst’s arrival from the U.S, via Puerto Rico by B.W.LA. who live about 60 miles outside ;
Trinidad hse het ‘hnsks 1d D Mr. Ernst, who is the newly appointed American Consul here, of Kingston. f —~ . a a
Charles is stationed 3 Aint as was accompanied by his wife and two daughters. Leaving by the same ‘plane 4 ;
Medical Officer eT er ah gs een were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ae 7
SS eee * n~ i * who tad been here on a shor
Annual Leave Mill Reef Club ; New Anterican Consul _ holiday, staying at their Barha-

ISS JANICE BAIN who i: RRIVING earlier in the week \ ey eel y “#8 dos home “West Wego”, St.

on the staff of the Royal by B.W.LA, to_ spend two © ag menage ang ree gk ert
Bank of Canada. is due to leave weeks’ holiday were Mr. and Mrs. } "ived from, the anna Geib After 14 Years
today for! Canada by B A. to Henry G f the Mill Reet & ry BWA, yesterds :
open fa aie i i co a th ol tb ease The . are ; einai ning. He will take over from Mr. RS. IRIS MARSHALL, of}





hativ i i , at » Ocean View : A. V. Nyren who has been ap- Aquatic Gardens returned
= pute t rai ma eae 26th ap rt ete wade veathe pointed as Second Secretary at from Trinidad yesterday morn-
expects to return on January 26th. Mr. Holt said that the weather ‘ ! : ek cman come ce
5 i i nm Antigua beautiful at this time the American Embassy in Brus- ing by B LA, after spending :
pu Representative > an ae Vt » sels r re y be leaving enjoyable holiday in Trinidad—
of the year nd’ the visitors are sels Mr. Nyren will be leaving 2 i , hein tt
‘ginning to come to the island, Barbados shortly with his family her first visit to her Soe a
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THE RITUAL MURDER CASE

@ From Page 1

the knife produced b



said tha
Super
not possibly have b@en the instru-
ment used. The knife could not
possibly have caused the serration
of the skin found on the outer
part of the skin.

At 10.40 the Assistant to the
Attorney General closed the case
for the prosecution,

Defence Counsel called
witness, and Mr, Field
menced to address the jury.

The Outline
“rae ld pointed out to the jury

é U as customary in opening
cases of this sort to place all the
facts before the jury in the pre-
liminary oufline of the case They
would, however, remember that he
had made no mention of the state-
ments which the accused was al-
leged to have made, since it was
considered irregular in opening a

to the jury to refer to any
alleged confession which the ac-
cused might have made. It was
for that reason that the alleged
confessions of the accused were
the subject of considerable objec-
tions.

He had not been able to make
mention of the statements of the
accused at the time of his open-
ing, and if he had, it would have
saved him some of the time which
he would now take to address
tnem,

Mr. Field asked the jury to con-
sider the case from two main as-
pects. The first was, the evidence
given by witness Colvin Phillips
The fact that Phillips did not actu-
ally take part in the killing of the
child, although he was present, the
fact that he held the torch and
that he subsequently went to the
sea-side where the accused is al-
leged to have thrown away part
of the child, the fact that he ac-
companied the accused to Salt
Peter Hole, all constituted that
Phillips was an accessory. . An
accessory, nonetheless, because he
was unwilling and was forced to
accompany the accused.





no
com-









An Accomplice

Undoubtedly, the defence would
make the most of that circum-
stance. They would tell them that
the evidence of an accomplice, if
it was accepted, must be accept-
ed with great reserve, and thut it
was dangerous to convict a man
on the evidence of an accomplice
unless his evidence was corrobor-
ated by some other witness.

At this point, the Crown Prose-
cutor deait briefly with the law
relating to the evidence of an ae-
complice, and said that in due
course he would deal with the
evidence of Colvin Phillips. In
spite of the part of an accomplice,
there were the necessary ingredi-
ents which the law required

As regards the first aspect of
which he spoke, the story given
by Colvin Phillips relative to the
morning of the 19th, the day the
child was murdered, was corrob-
orated by witness Haldon Year-
wood who said how he went to
Goat House Beach and there he
saw the accused, his brother and
Phillips. He had gone to purchase
sea-eggs, and he saw*a book on
the beach. He told of how they
left the beach and oe ew
and his brother went by the upper
om and he and Phillips took the
lower road. ; = J

That part of his testimony was
a eorroboration of the story told
by Phillips. Phillips deseibed
how the child was seized and
squeezed around the neck, and
how he left the accused until th:

ight.

: The mother of the child had
told them that the child was miss-
ing from her place about the same
time that Colvin Phillips said
was taken up. Colvin d
how in the night the child was ct
into two, and the liver and t
heart taken out and put into a }:
and as they had heard, the remains
of the child had been found





Silent Testimony
“That is a silen stimony of

Colvin’s story th he chiid was

12, 1952

old them that the child was cut

endent Simmonds could #nto two and part put into a near-

by fleld of canes. Dr. Kirton had
also described the shape of the
skin with the serrations, and that,
too, corroborated Colvin’s story
that it was done with a sickle

The doctor had also told them that
the absence of blood in the re-
mains suggested draining, and this
also corroborated the evidence of
Phillips

Colvin also said how he went
to Salt Peter Hole with the ac-
cused, and described what took
place. Inspector Bourne also told
them that Colvin was the first per-
son who took the Police to the
cave

There might be the suggestion
that Colvin was a liar, but why
should he put himself in the posi-
tion of being an accessory after
the fact, and yet not say one word
of Mclvor Greaves, Mr. Field
asked. “Why put it on his friend
alone, and himself as an acces-
sory? It would have been the
easiest thing in the world if Col-
vin wanted to avoid complicity in
the crime, to suggest that some
other person was with the accused

Corroboration

“I submit that Colvin Phillips
has not the knowledge as the ac-
cused,” Mr. Field said, “He is not
the clever or intelligent person
that could have concocted this
story. On that part of the evidence
which deals with the circumstanc-
es of the case, I submit there is a
super abundance of evidence
which would corroborate his evi-
dence. And further, if we need
corroboration in this case, I sub-
mit that we have corroboration
from the accused himself.”

Corbin also told them that she
heard the voices of these two
people when they were together
at Magdeline Rock’s. The story
was further corroborated when
they found the remains of the
child, and above all, by two of the
statements made by the accused
to the police—the statement to In-
spector Bourne and that to Sgt.
Alleyne,

The Crown Prosecutor read ex-
tracts from each of the four state-
ments given, and described the
statements as “positive evidence
of corruboration—the best evi-
dence of corroboration.” He asked
“Who could better corroborate
Colvin Phillips’ story than the ac-
cused himseli?”

Referring to the first statement
to the Police, Mr. Field said that
that brought them to the second
aspect of the case. The statements
differed in some respects, and an
important factor was the date on
which the various statements were
made.



snvestigations
Mr. Field invited the jury to
mark carefully the circumstances
under which the statements were
made, and reminded them that
Cpl. Bryan, carrying out investi-
gations at Pie Corner, first asked
the accused if he could tell him
anything about the missing child,
and the accused replied that he
was just about to come to the Sta-

tion to make a statement.
Bryan took him to the station,
but did not caution him, because
he was not charged. This was on



the st of September. In that
statement the accused placed him-
self in various places at certalr
times, but ma mention of the
! abo whi he i he wa

going to t station to maKe 4
statement

Mr: Fie! ked, “Is that a
statement ai t the loss ft
child or i ~ an attempted
alibi by accused, He had to put
himse! i th company of hi
broths t Harris’ shop, later going
home to sleey

Now they came to t statement
made to Inspector Bourne on the
24th of September. T X }
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cut,” Mr. Field said. Phillips hadwhen MclIvor Greaves, of whom

they would hear a good deal from
the defence, was carried to the
station in connection with having
explosives in his possession.

On the morning of the 24th
about 6 o’clock, constable Sargeant
was called by the accused who said
t him “man, I couldn’t sleep at
all last night. I want to make a
statement.” Mr. Field suggested
that he couldn’t sleep because he
was too busy preparing his state-
ment, having seen Greaves
brought in on the afternoon of
the 23rd

Cautioned

Before he made this statement
he was cautioned, and he made it
to Inspector Bourne, He told the
Inspector that six weeks ago
Boyce had a loan from Mclvor
Greaves who came to him and
asked him if he knew anything
about Black Art Books. He replied
‘no’, and asked him if he realised
that some blood must be shed in
order to get by.

He later tried to see if that thing
would work, and an agreement
was made as to which was the
nearest child to the sea. “That
statement,” said Mr. Field, “is a
eormplete confession of his actual
participation in the crime, and
the part he was to play.”

On the 27th he was charged by
Superintendent Simmonds for the
murder of Geoffrey Boyce, and
after being cautioned, he made a
statement. That statement was not
extraordinary, but it was inter-
esting, because it would give them
an insight into the ability of the
uccused.



“You are not dealing with any
uneducated person,” Mr. Field told
the jury. He commented on the
language used by the accused in
this statement in which he said
“T have already given a statement
to Inspector Bourne which has
been accepted by all and which
also points to another suspect.”

Mr, Field said, “The person who
made the statement to Superin-
tendent Simmonds on the 27th is
not an ignorant person.’ He was
taken on the 27th to District “E”
Police Station where he was to
appear before the Police Magis-
trate, and there, realizing that he
had failed in his first attempt te
exculpate himself, he calls a
policeman, and makes a “volum-
inous and magnificent statement”
n which he put up another alibi.
He told the policeman that it was
his intention to tell Superintendent
Simmonds that he was going to
report what had happened to the
Yolice, but knowing that it was
only the “two of us”, he didn’t
because “I might kill myself.”

‘Stupid’ Evidence

Mr. Field termed that bit of
evidence “stupid”, and said that
those were all confessions. They
were only concerned with one per-
son, and that was the accused and
on his statements, if they accepted
them, and he would put it to them
that they must as there was cor-
reboration, then any talk of ac-
complices must pass out of their
minds,

The aceused had told Superin-
tendent Simmonds, not once, but
twice, how he had overhead other
rersons discussing how they
would commit the crime, and he
therefore submitted to them that
he accused was the person who
took up the child, carried it to
Chandler’s Gully, cut it up and
disposed of it.

He told the jury that they could
net held it against Colvin for
giving up his friend to justice, be-
cause he had not given up an in-
nocent man. Colvin had not the
brains, nor intelligence of the
accused, but he realised that the
time had come to relate what h¢
pened, On the other hand, th
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and learning, had tried to put it
on some other innocent person.

If there was any suggestion that
Mclvor Greaves took part in the
crime, as was suggested by the
accused, it should be totally re-
jected when they came to deliber-

ite

In any trial, no matter whether
it was murder or any other crime,
certain evidence stood out supreme
Not the elements or anything could
destroy that kind of evidence. In
this particular case, there was one
piece of evidence which stood out
supreme. That evidence was the
evidence of the remains of
Geoffrey Boyce—a “silent testi-
mony” of how the crime was
committed.

Mr, Field referred to this part of
the doctor’s evidence, and told the
jury that when the accused in his
statement said that Mel vor
Greaves had used a knife to cut
the child, he put the lie into his
own mouth by trying to implicate
Greaves.

“I defy anyone to get around
that,” Mr. Field said. “It corrobo-
rates entirely the evidence of
Colvin Phillips as to how the deed
was done. Evidence which he
thought would be of assistance to
him, like a “boomerang” “returned
on him.”

Story Substantiated

After referring briefly to the
evidence of the other witnesses,
Mr. Field said that they all sub-
stantiated the story about the time
the child was taken, and said that
the remains of the child would
stand out a “lone challenge”, to
any argument advanced by the
defence

There were also other small
matters which were brought out
by other witnesses in the case, and
which had no particular bearing
upon the innocence or guilt of a
person. Yet, after they had heard
all the evidence in its true per-
spective, they would stand out as
another beacon in respect of Col-
vin’s testimony. Those small mat-
ters in this case were important in
showing that Colvin was telling a
true story of what took place in
Chandler’s Gully on the 19th Sep-
tember.



Before he sat down, he wanted
to make a few other observations
on another aspect of the case,
which was not unlikely to be
raised by the Defence. Undoubted-
ly, the Defence was going to sug-
gest that Greaves had some know-
ledge of what took place. It
might even be Suggested that he
was the person who put the sug-
gestion into the head of the ac-
cused.

They had heard and_= seen
Greaves in the witness stand, and
they would realise that it was not
unusual for a man to go into a
church alone. If Greaves wanted
an alibi, he would not have gone
into the church to eat the fish-cakes
which he had bought, he would
have remained at the shop as was
his custom

Jury’s Duty

Mr. Field warned the jury that
they were not concerned with how
many persons took part in the
actual rime. They were sworn
to try the issue between the
accused nd their Sovereign the
King, and therefore they should
not allow anything which they
might have heard, or any of their
suspicions to ay them in their
deliberation but would weigh
the evidence as a whole and
rrive at their verdict.

urton Springer was the only
man with whom they were con-
cerned, and he had no doubt that
upon the evidence before them
they would come to one conclusion,
and that was that the accused was
guilty.

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Saturday, January 12, 1952



PROCEDURE

QUESTIONS affecting procedure in the
new House of Assembly are already being
raised. One incident in which Mr. Adams
and the Speaker appear to be in disagree-
ment as to the Rules of the House was
reported in the Advocate of January 10.

The inference to be drawn from this
incident is that Mr. Adams considered
himself to be right as to the Rules of the
House. In the United Kingdom on whose
Parliamentary Rules the Barbados House
of Assembly bases its own procedure, the
Speaker’s powers are substantial especial-
ly in respect of rulings as to procedure.
The Speaker of the House of Commons
has a legal adviser. He is independent of
all party considerations. But the Speaker
is also responsible for observing the rules
of conduct of debate so as to curtail un-
necessary argument,

In 1919 the powers of the Chair was
made independent of any preliminary
motion and the Speaker, or in Committee
the Chairman or Deputy-Chairman, of
ways and means were given power to
select, in respect of any motion or Bill
under any consideration either in Commit-
tee of the whole House or on report, the
new clauses or amendments to be proposed.
The conduct of debates in the House is
therefore largely dependent on the skill,
knowledge and impartiality of the Speaker.
The importance of the Office cannot be
overstressed.

There is in Barbados a body of opinion
which thinks that the present system of
conducting parliamentary business is in-
adequate to the needs of the day.

This school of thought points to the fact
that the Governor is unable to approve
of any expenditure exceeding £50 and
regards delay as inevitable because there
is no permanent standing Finance Com-
mittee of the House in being. They would
like to see Government business speeded
up by the introduction of a committee of
this nature. Another school of thought
which agrees that time is wasted in hand-
ling of Government business is reluctant
to consider the establishment of a standing
committee for two reasons. ‘The first is
parliamentary. They cannot understand
why. the handling of Government business
cannot be speeded up by the expert guid-
ance of the Speaker, whose knowledge of
rules of procedure and control of debates
give him power to stop time-wasting irrel-
evances. This power they feel can be
safeguarded by appointing a legal adviser
or advisory body for the Speaker as is
done in the United Kingdom. Also they
do not understand why the House should
restrict its meetings to one day per week.
There is no reason why the House should
not meet as often as twice or three times
weekly when major debates on the budget
or similar subjects are taking place.

But they are cautious about recommend-
ing any standing Finance Committee of a
House which is not notably composed of
members experienced in finance.

This school of thought, needless to say,
is led by traditional Barbadians who are
anxious to conserve, preserve and safe-
guard the privileges which are vested in
the House of Assembly. Speaking as they
do with decades of experience of political
life, they are inevitably biassed in favour
of building on existing foundations and
are reluctant to embark on_ procedures
which appear attractive to those who have
less knowledge of local ‘conditions and
loeal parliamentary practice.

Their reluctance to change is not how-
ever based on a stupid resistance to change.
They are preoccupied with preserving the
parliamentary system at all costs even
though the creaking of its machinery
apparently causes delay. ‘The House of
Assembly is composed of the elected mem-
bers of the people and those members can
only represent their constituents if they
are allowed freedom of speech, and are
not to become units of counting for party
purposes. The speed and conduct of
debates must depend on the expert guid-
ance and knowledge of the member select-
ed by the House to perform the arduous
and non-party task of Speaker.

, It would be a fatal day for Barbados if
even it were thought by any body of
opinion (local or external) that efficiency
of governmental business depended on the
disassociation of the representative House
of Assembly from the day to day conduct
of affairs. Already there is grave cause
for concern at the tendency towards mono-
poly in West Indian political life, which is
due to a shortage of members skilled in the
subjects which clamour for their attention.
If this monopoly should extend to the
king-pin of Parliamentary life, the Speak-
er’s Chair, then a blow would have been
struck which would extinguish what we
all want to preserve—democracy.

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Studies by the Dairy Herd
Improvement Association of
the United States show that
careful feeding and good
sanitation are the most
economical means of insur-
ing strone heifers.

By Dr. H. A. HERMAN

The growing of dairy calves is
e of the most important, yet
often neglected, phases of dairy
farming. Experiments if the United
Slates nave shown inat by raising
ather than purcnasng breeding
tock, a dairyman may bring about
«ffective improveme.t in prodyc-
Uon by the use of good pure-bred
sires and the careful selection of
newer Kaising heilers, rawme
than depending on random pur-
chases, also Makes it possible 10
peevgnt more eilectively tne intro-

aucuionh OL contagious diseases su
i tuberculosis ormasuus nO ..2
herd,

ine maintenance of a dairy
herd in mumbers and estabiisu-
ea production levels requires
we replacement of 20 Ww sv

per cent. of the catlle annualy.

sludies show that the average

cow in,;the Dairy Herd Improve-
ment Associatons of the United
male remains in the herd from
3.6 10 4.7 years afier fresnening.
ine growing (of approximatciy
9,000,000 to 6,000,000 calves per
year tor replacement purposes
is expensive for the entire
aauy indastry. Likewise, it ,i:

ilem Of no small cost to the
average individual herd owner

who must return part of his profits

from milk production if he

C per to keep his herd at con-

ant ize,

All too often young stock is
found undersized at freshening
time, and the results in produc-
ion are disappointing. In gen-

eral, it is well to go on the theory
that if a calf is worth raising
it is worth raising well. The
mortality among calves is great.
Many herds fail to progress, even
tnougn the best sires are used
and a production testing pro-
gramme is followed, because
calves from the best cows are lust.

Une essenual feature of any
call-raising programme is the
careful selection of calves to be
1aised, Two many dairymen
avtempt to raise every calf. ,Ob-
viously, many. cows are interior
and snould not be allowed to
propagate, It costs as much to
vaise an inferior calf as a gooa
one. Some goal, with respect to
production of the dam and pre-
dicted transmitting ability of the
sire, should be established. Many
practical breeders are finding the
best way to cull dairy cattle is to
cispose of a really poor cow and
all her offspring. If the goal is
» 400-pound fat-producing herd,
the culling of calves from dams

below that level must be vigo-
rous,
Another important factor in

calf raising is the feeding of the
dry cow. The raising of thrifty
calves starts before they are born.
The calf makes its greatest
growth before birth, during the
lust two or three months of ges-
tution. Cows should have a six-
to eighteweeks dry period and
must be fed so as to be in good
body flesh at! calving time. The
dry cow should be fed plenty of
good quality green, leafy hay,
as well as silage if it is available,

and enough grain feed to keep
her in a_ thrifty condition, A
varied diet for the pregnant
cow is tmportant. Cows forced
to live on poor roughage with
little green feed or grain in the
diet often calve in thin condi-
tion and produce poorly. In
extreme cases of poor nutrition

of the dam, calves with a low-
ered resistance to disease may be
produced. It is a well-known
fact that poor quality roughages
are usually low in Vitamin. A
and often in Vitamin D. Green
feeds, such as pasture and silage.
with a minimum feeding of
grain, however, may be depended
upon to make up such deficien-
cies, and special mineral or vita-
min feeds are seldom necessary
to supplement the usual diet.
Good sanitafy conditions are
essential to proper ealf raising.
In many herds, 8 to 10 per cent.

Our Readers



Deep Sympathy
To The Editor, The A@vocate=*

SIR,—This letter is to express
the sentiments of those who are
in deep sympathy with the
U.S.A. and all those aiding in the
bitter fight in Korea.

This is a war against traitors
and Americans are giving their
lives to uphold the justice of a
freedom-loving country which
has extended help to all nations.
The words of Vice-admiral
Turner-Joy to the enemy “your
words have gone too far in your
arrogance” shows the provoked
spirit of a civilised man. People
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become American citizens, and
made good will join in this fight
against traitors to the cause of
Liberty.

Red Cross booths should be set
up to aid America. We should do
our bit for Uncle Sam—may God
bless America and lead her to

Victory.
LOYALIST.
January, 1952.

Blood Donor

To The Editor, The
SIR,— Yesterday
tered Blood Donor I was called
to the Hospital, where I found
that a patient was in the theatre,
and the doctors awaiting my
arrival in order to operate. A
pint of blood was taken from my
arm, with no sensation except a
tiny prick. After drinking a
strong cup of tea, I saw the
patient wheeled out of the
theatre, unconscious but breath-
ing well. I wished her lugk,.and
drove myself home feeling as “fit
as a fiddle.
Recently a



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(dvocate—
as a regis-

friend of mine, by

prompt donation, admittedly
saved the life of a colleague’s
wife who had collapsed from

haemorrhage

Blood transfusion is a form of
medical treatment depending
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public. Unless blood is available
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for lack of it, or struggle need-
lessly for life. Every family



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



sful Calf Raising

of the calves born alive die before and gradually switching the calf to|

, ‘ 7 |
one year of age. Severe epi- a dry grain mixture or calf starter.
aemics, particularly white scours Much labour is saved by feeding
and pneumonia, are more fre- the dry mixture,

nd the necessity |
more disastrous in of having hot water at feeding!
large herds than in small ones. time is dispensei with. There are |
Many pure-bred dairy herds no pails to wash after the first six |



quent and

nave diticulty in raising enough weeks to two months, and the
replacements to keep the herd dager of spreading digestive
at optimum size. Studies at trcub es is Yessened. Under the

agricuitural colleges in the Unit- plan the calf is fed whole milk
ed States reveal that 25 to 40 per for six to seven weeks, From the |
cent. of death lossés occur during first week on the calf is induce |
the first week after birth, and a to ¢€at concemtrate mixture and |
total of 40 to 65 per cent, the leafy green hay, and the amount!
first month. Only about 25 per of whole milk is cut down gradu-|
the ally. |





cent. of the deaths occur z

second month, and for older Skim milk, when supplemenico
calves the mortality is usually With @ grain fation and plenty of |
less than 2 per cent. Thus, about good roughage, Is the best feed for |
80 per cent. of calf losses occur he calf up t@ six months of age. |
during the first 60 days of age Tne change from whole milk to|
Scours and pneumonia account **!m miik should be started when |
for the majority of deaths, The the calf is between two and three)
germs which cause infections or “&°*S old, depending upon the de-|

velopment and heal.h of the indi-}
vidual. The change from whole to}
skim milk should be gradual. One|
pound of skim milk may replace}
an equal amount of whole milk,
the substitution teing made at the |
rate of one pound per day. As a
rule, the calf,will be entirely on}
the skim mi-* ration by the tim,}

white scours are harbored in
barns, bedding, floors, and are
very hard to eliminate. The vir-
ulency of such germs is high
and it is not uncommon to find
75 to 90 per cent. of the affected
ealves dying or seriously retard-
ed in growth. A sanitation pro-

gramme which has given gooi |, is one monthold. Thereafter the

results in curbing these losses amcunt of skim milk should be

follows: increased until the calf is receiving
Provision of a ciean, disin-

10 to 14 pounds at two months o |
fected maternity pen wiin ciean age; 12 to 26 pounds at thres
fresh bedding for each cow is months of age; and most calves
necessary at calving time, A will take 16 pounds before the,
13-ounce can of lye dissoivea reach the age of four months, afte
in two gallons of water makes which time theamount sh culd ne
a good disinfectant for con- be increased. A good quality.)
crete floors and should be ap- leafy, green hay, preferably leg
plied after the floor is scrubbed ume or mixed hay, should be kept

clean and be-ore the bedding efore the calf at all times. Silage
is put in place. is too bu%ky and high in fbre fo
As soon as the calf is born, célves and is not recommended

its navel cord should be paint- * ntil they are at least three months |
ed with tincture of iodine. This °'¢: | ; |
Heifers over six months of! age |

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is a precaution against bod
infection. are easy to care for but should not
Before the calf nurses the be-neglected. At this age tne heife) |
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is warm, 95-98 degrees Fahren-
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ing usually causes common
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Keep the feeding pails clean.

times a

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may help reduce digestive tr
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6 to 10 calves, are best,

At the first signs of sickness,
remove the ailing calf to separ-
ate quarters and disinfect the
pens and put in clean bedding
for the remainder of the calves.
The use of sulfa drugs, penicil-
lin, and streptomycin helps in
treating calf diseases, but pre-
vention is the best cure.

Whole milk the first few days
after a calf is born is important.
Calves have been kept alive, but
few cases of thrifty, normal
growth are reported where milk is
not supplied the first few weeks
of life,

Where whole milk is sold, calves
may be raised successfully by feed-
ing whole milk for a short time



Say...

should contribute; and show else,
in an ordinary life, can we vol-
untarily help a person near to
death?

The hospital is very short of
donors, and I repeat that giving
blood is easy. Perhaps my experi-
ence will help someone to over-



came natudal reluctance and
earn, I think, a certain satisfac-
tion.

MISS D.
9th January, 1952.

IBBERSON,

Congratulations

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—May I congratulate



From six months to one year o! |
uge the heifer may be fed most.)
on roughages, including pasture, |
with a moderate amount of grain
During the summer months green |
pastures furnish excellent ana
yel'-balanced feed. Unless the
pasture is unusually good, now
ever, a little grain feed is recom-
mended, and this is important fo:
extremely young calves, six to nine
months of age. Legume hays, suci. |
as alfalfa, clover, soybean, arm
cowpea, or a mixture of these hay
and nonlegumes, is excellent for
growing heifers, This roughage i
rich in minerals and vitamins, ma)
be fed satisfactorily free choice
and with just enough grain sup-
plied to keep the heifers growing
well. Where plenty of legume
roughages and silage are availa-
ble, a grain mix consisting mainly
of cosa and oats ig desirable

American experiments in feec
requirements for growing heifers
indicate that about 10 per cent. of
the energy and protein come from
rerain concentrates, 35 per cent.
iiutu hay and silage, and 55 per
cent. from pastures. The heifer:
were housed in a shed type of barn,
open on the south side, but closed
on three sides, Hay and Silage
were fed in large feed bunks. Onc
man cared for 80 heifers and dr:
cows, and did additional farm
work. The amount of grain anc
the period of time that grain was
fed varied, depending on the
amount and quality of roughag
and the condition of the heifers.
The general plan of the grain feed
ing was to supplement roughages
o as to keep the heifers in good
growing condition.

The use of such a calf-raising
programme means economicai:!
frowth, strong and hardy heifers
good soil conservation practice
cheap housing, and efficient use ol
labour. (CATTLE & DAIRYING
cee also AGRICULTURE).







importance, The difficulties are
great and many; but I do not
think that the pupils of to-day are
inferior.to those of the past; and
those difficulties were overcome.
It is widely known that the whip
was instrumental in the system of}
the past. To-day we abolish the}
whip, and introduce age-grouping.
L do not say that the same goal |
cannot be achieved but as in all!
events, there must be great set-
backs in the transition period. I
would advocate that the critics be
more patient while the new ma-



chinery is being installed and a

new system of working, which will

the give greater production, is being

Publicity Committee and specially brought about.

Miss Joan Kysh in the excellent
way they have organised their
publicity Bureau. The Shopping
Guide, Time Tables etc., will be
a great help to Tourists, But what
a waste of their efforts and
money if when Tourists arrive
the shops are ali closed.

If Barbados wants to cater for
tourists, they must be prepared
to put themselves out, as tourists
will not always arrive during
shopping hours, =

For instance, in places such as
Madrid Casablanca, France, and
Switzerland the shops are open
to eleven and twelve o'clock at
night. There is no need for this
here, but like yesterday every-
one knew the S.S. Caronia would
not be in until one o’clock, shop-
keepers who are -interested in
tourists could have given their
staff a morning off and opened
from one o'clock to 8 p.m. so that
the tourists may purchase their
requirements in the cool of the
evening.

The shop act would naturally
have to be amended for such
occasions as might arise. But it
is certainly a waste of time and
money to go to all the trouble
that shop keepers did. and to
have no chance of any reward.
CONTRIBUTOR TO PUBLICITY

COMMITTEE,
10° January, 1952
Education

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Certainly the problem of
Education is one of paramount

experts that there must

But I need here to remind the
be no
weak link in the chain of the sys-
tem. In installing new machin-;
ery, so long as it is not possible |
to discard the old altogether, one}
has to be very careful. There
must be a smooth meshing of the
one into the other; for if the old)
neglected and disdained, breaks
down through lack of grease, the |
whole engine fails.

The older teachers, who are. not |
to blame because they did not en-|
ter a Training College and on |
whom the bulk of the work still}
rests, who by hard work weather- |
ed the storm, and brought Barba-
dos to what it is, who have at-
tained the highest technical quali- |
fication of their day,—Certificate
A, these should not be overstepped |
by men who stuff and cram a year
of theory, and are inexperienced:
for the Model School at Erdiston,
this part of the machinery is not
in order, and needs immediate
overhaul,



I suggest that the now Trained}
Teachers, go on to their maximum
as agreed by contract of the last
revision; that the bar be lifted)
from the present teachers with|
Certificate A, and they be put on}
the trained scale, and allowed to!
go on to their maximum.

For future trained teachers,|
without A, a bar, according as
the Director may feel may be}
placed at some point before the
maximum is reached. |

A YOUTH. |!

going to collect Postmarks not stamps.
In comes a Christmas card with six Bar-
bados circles. “Four St. Philip, one St.
Thomas and one St. James.” It was ad-
dressed to St. Thomas in the ‘first place
so I can forgive a little searching, al-
though a look at the Advocate’s “Who’s
who for 1951” would have made it too
easy. What I don’t understand is why it
should have a post mark “Port-au-Prince



Haiti” or “St. John’s Antigua”. No won-;

der it didn’t get to me until the second
week in January although it had reached
Haiti by December 14.

I was amused to receive an invitation
“Come to NASSAU, BAHAMAS, ideal
tourist resort” on the back of another
Xmas Card which reached Bahamas on
December 22 in time for their Xmas.

On the front I read MISSENT TO
BAHAMAS which explains why it never
‘reached me till 1952. Never mind I no-
tice that the G.P.O. is teiling us “DO
NOT BURN CANES.”

What I would like to see on all letters
ismy old motto CERTA CITO, which
may be freely translated for the oafs
without Latin “it gets there quick and

it gets there straight” (copyright reserv- |

ed by Nobody).

YEDNESDAY—If ever there was a day for
national mourning this was it. On Jan-
uary 9, 1799 Pitt introduced income tax.
He did it as a war.tax. But look what
happened. In the first year Pitt’s income
tax brought in over £6,000,000. By 1815

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it was bringing in £14,320,000, And in |
the U.K. in 1947-48 it was taking away |

from individuals no less than £1,189,- | ’

728,000.

Fine war tax it turned out’ to be. But
in England the taxpayers are drawn
from the people who elect the Govern-
ment. In Barbados, imitative little island,
no such thing. Less than 6,000 pay tax
but nearly 96,000 can vote—TWICE. 1!
say it’s a bit thick what! Did somebody
say NO REPRESENTATION WITHOUT
TAXATION? Yes! Nobody said it.

Mr. S. R. There you go again. Blowins
your own trumpet.

Nobody: Which sounds worse a trumpe
or a tambourine in a bus hustling along
the Leewards Coast with six in a sea‘
and the passengers telling the conduc
tor to step on it when he’s already
doing 55?

Mr. S. R.: Why pick on me?

Nobody: (Silence).

FRIDAY—HUMPERDINCK’S Hansel and
Gretel was spoilt for me by the deep
throated rattle of non-suppressed motor:
which disturbed the Sunday afternoor
repose of Nobody's quiet three hours
There is no better way of adult education
than listening to the radio and yet those
privileged to own a radio cannot some
times hear the morning news from Lon-
don because vehicles radiate too near
their sets. One day somebody might!
realise that a tax on radio sets is a tax
on knowledge and that failure to insist
on suppressors for vehicles is sabotage
of adult education. Meanwhile Nobody’s
voice is the only one that is raised.

SATURDAY—A week ago to-day Columbus
discovered the West Indies in 1492. On
that same day in 1950 the British Empire
Society for the Blind was founded. There
is no connection between these unrelated
events, but it is interesting to see how
fashions and names change with the
passing years. What Columbus discovered
was a very tiny island SAN SALVADOR
or WALTING’s island, one of the 700
Bahama islands or cays. The name West
Indies has stuck even though the Baham-
as will have nothing to do with what we
call the West Indies to-day. I favour
Antilles myself. The French do it, so why
be wrong?

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@ From Page 3 ments read to them which the SUG 7 OATES . > . A 3 a
police said Springer had made SUGAR DELEGATES SIGN Speightstown Round-up
Addressing the jury, Mr. ¢ i You are entitled,” he said, “to oe
Cla e Sal I the tin , had tl 1 form your own opinion as to the rp
I before tl way in which they had been ob- Tt > Cl |
ent’s* defence nines 1€ wren |
ue (tei r \ that It is within your province to ‘ |
: \ : iecide whether the confessions ( | “k A | |
m es ne h ! “S are true in part or in whole and A oc % mie |
7 I c phate # vl ~ weight you are going to put TH » Ti » |
re t pauen i to them.’ i
will not allow the inconvenience As to corroboration of Phillips’ 1€ ime
wh Anae ng to in- evidence, he said, it was for them Z
fluence r verdict after they had been warned and iyman's Factory, St. Peter |
Unique Case had heard the law from His Lord- scted to begin her crop on |
“You will and must realise that Ship to decide whether there was ry 28, the manager Mr. C.F |
tl ase is unique, ver 1ese corroboration. They had heard in tol Advocate
exciting and unprecedented to the course of his speech, certain



public here points picked out by the Counsel
They would hear from His for the other side and his asser-
ordship as they had heard from tions that there was corroborative
Counsel for Crown, that it evidence
of the Prosecution to “I for my part will try to show
est lish the uilt of the accused you that none of it amounts to
reasonable doubt, he corroboration,” he said
as on the Prose- Were they satisfied that the
cution in eve criminal case, offence was committed in the first
vhether the most trifling one of place, he asked, If they were sat-

t will be spending hi

nager of Haymans
rer of Joes Rive

has succeeded M
haymans

ctor was sche

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n crop on

nt said, but delay

of machinery for th
s caused the starting da

be put back a week

\ w ash collector and a pun





< I most serious one, isfied that it was committed, were
‘ rove the commission of the they satisfied that it was commit-














ff e accused ted by. the accused,and were the) pe chiefly what the-fac
You are not required by law, satisfied’ that there was actua 8 waiting Ash from Hay
ence r justice to return a corrobor tion. If th were satis- Te 1} ae rie a tt
based upon probability or fied with those poin then they Ls —'s ee ALOns sa
he said. “Unless the would be satisfied that the accused the “ety niteen aa et ee re '
as d 1arged that burden jad committed the offence to } re ve it tt is the n anage r Sal
is been thrust upon them Ki ; .
riminal case, the ac- Evidence Wanted Film Show
H i E meh quitte d.” They had to have evidence con- ‘Wordsworth's Country” will |
He id he ould submit to necting the accused with the crin included in the free film show
r b n't the ) gone ‘8 The learned Counsel for the other which will be held by the Britis
e: oi ag alguns aes ide had said that Phillips testi- : chp Council at the Assembly Room
is th ld i their. law mony was confirmed by Yearwood SIGNING of Conimonwealth Sugar A sreem ‘nt at Ministry of Food H.¢ Pic ture hows The Minister Speightstown, on Tuesday night
: : “ict igently num- Who went to the beach to buy sea of Food, the Rt. Hon. Gwilyn Lloyd Geor M.P., signing the agreement Also pated are (left) the A varied programme has be
arate ha tans ll the salient facts ©&%> and who had tried to borrow fon. T W. White of Australia and (right) the Hon. H H Col of \. Standing (left to prepared for the a ‘ \
of the case. tl vould agree that the book. But, its being confirmed right) are Mr. H. R. P. A. Kotzenberg (South Africa), Mr. G. M cle 1 West Indies), Mr how is sponsored by the B



then wis not material. The fact J. M. Car

pbell (British West Indies), Sir Philippe Raffray, K.B.E
that Yearwood had told them Watson (Fiji)

and Mr, H. R, F Council once every mont!
Phot Assembly Room



there was i



1 the case a tremend-







ou ina g ive d

“In my submission,” he said, Which road Burton Springer and —— eee rae ae Sot. Sn age nee on oe Band Concert
“upon the evidence which you his brother took was not the point. 4, u that it will be impossible for the ating vari- duced the same effect as a sick] _ The Police Band will be givin
have heard, it will be impossible The fact that the body was dis- y say that you have no ous ; of signifi- The mi that Mc. Ivor their usual monthly open air con-





for you to return a verdict against sected by a serrated instrument, a t that it was he cance i ( ‘ the n, what evi ert of light music and calypsoes

my client and then sit down and too, was no proof whatever that it lone who phyxiated : f k ie ‘ brought to show that & ae St panes a wee e Yarc

eat your breakf d sleep in was the accused who used the ser- Seah j I ‘ errated 0°" uesday nign 1e conce!

ace.” . tr > . wae , : Gna i. will be held chiefly for the en

=e rated ee nt aee9 } cannot determine who accused was asked whether he re- = beh AB BO DOIDE. tort inment “of the inmates of the
oe Ela The fact that the c had two ohoked this « iild, then it is your cognised the knife as the one he r from Greave \ ene ' Pe

A uesome Crime chambers had been pointed out by ; & ' coe nshouse nuts residents =o



duty » bring a verdict of not 1 een him with, but had sai u i ! t that it hac : ohtetn oa an
ances of the case Colvin Phillips. Were they on that ar FaRe . : ; Speightstown and its suburbs wil

)
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\
| es
ut the : guilty”. t v somewhat like it es COge no bt take the opportt ewrge The Humber trademark ]
, but that strength to decide that the infer- The Crown’s Prosecutor was ; “When the Police hid Greave At 1 id that the jp, wn the band 2 F
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ere gruesome and crue
r ice them in any ence to be drawn was that asking t accept Greaves’ and the accused on Mt. Friendship nil d ke it. But in any is your guarantee of lasting
\ ne aid ause a gruesome : ver We . ¢ , 1 . - ie . ac pt i é I ( 1 OF 1 Pri } : “ ‘ M .
; rs E OEE eR nat Spr inger was ~ gle oe evider s an independent ro ‘ eccinac peated } 7 ‘ to the cave The Church Clock e quality, fine appearance and
n that the vere called upon = Sot o Ene TS, CORE Sure ae ate . witnes And having accepted his cy ions tt 1e Me. Ivor G it he had seen lil ie unrivalled strength. The
te eked Oh auetiaas but they could infer that Phillip vidence, it would not require cor- \y; j had , i t jue, but he did Many of the people of Speights- ri sie nail i
( . for the Crown had told knew the cave very well voboration. But Greaves was in ehild. W i . ke did town depend on hearing the St World's leading quality
i t \ a . the hz Wer : : : I : . } °
ere were two aspects Supposing that y a id even axactly the same position as Phil- jf he had done th i, h A Foolish Man Peter's Church clock bang out eact ’ ; bicycle carries (this mark of
lt that S ser hé ee 1ea i. 727) pas wae ‘ . t } h s at » iig Kee r
af , cars drew their te t that Springer 1 iG een near i H ‘ j hand in the jently denied it ‘ Prosecutor had i 0 tha ; they mi ght k eep in, W 0 Gietinetion.
4 the witness Colvin &¢ hand when another man mur- ieed and whateve he said could Th f ‘ t the knif t t ¢ t Philliy : vi touch with the time and set th
Phillips cered in c ra that “A not make 1ot be accepted unless they found police took from Greave home. 1 f w e the accused ‘ 7 ms in Ce ne. c i
t i , 2 > jut recently 1e vurch ¢
He admitted to them in his open- him guilty of the murder . hat it was corroborated C traight edge and was not had read boo : . : ‘VIS th
! peech that Phillips was an ac- The child did not die from a ted, ero ed ne thing H ’ that ymetimes these has been very deceptive come ca) } ZeS A)






7 days, it does not strike 1

Unusual Action cated peopl Oo more crimes strikes 1 af 10 nd duapine the
» . , ~ ‘ . Cni le.’ ‘ . . re -
You saw Greeves’ demeanour Straight Edged Kniie ignorant people,” Mr. Clarke afternoon, it

vhen he was being cross-exam- “The doctor had said the child’s 54, “but if criminality were the

plice and told them that they being cut open with a serrated in-

uld not mind Phillips’ being an strument,” he said, “but the child
. abit

accomplice, as his evidence was died from asphyxia.





strikes two at one mark of

3 and continues to make errors i






















corroborated There were four types of death | dd.” h “You heard ft Vi- c i bee { 1 ted 1 t £ education, then th t ing 5 )
“But I will show you that you by asphyxia, suffocation, strangu- aa ce 2 rn a hi . Nineia dee asin aes oo aa oe bit din quicker we put aside education rik a Big ss ond ou after \ i »
cannot help but reject his evi- lation, hanging and drowning. It “oue’’ “iN Ba iS F ases instrument, true enough \agerett! ; A ui day it improved as it in "VT e 0
aan P J : of various articles of diet and how cause the Police brought away “e better it would be for us. cluded nine in its striking but it }))
dence.” was not even known which of the 2 ; be tmee | ee Mee B . ry Crow: Drnmed : ch ee pe .
: i he selected the Vestry room for {hat straight edged knife did not vn rosecutor haz ll struck two at one. It how- [4
this ge, Mr. Clarke cited a types of asphyxia the child diea hie fast. He ai most unusual X hat was the kitchen Sid that Phillips might be a sim- ever keeps good time
case on the law of corroboration. from Be S0GRs 3 An ey rie come Seley mised hea ple chap, but re 1 The Chinn: Clock. don
It was an old case, he said, but it hing, a thing which for him was knife with which the accused had P hap, but he wa honest. It he 1urch clock does n
wos still the basis of the law. Witnessed Choking very irregular. Queer that he seen him.” eu not he unreasonable if they cltime at every quarter of an hour j
, ri should have done this ow that day! I! » ked, having Wondered at his honesty in tt as the Public Buildings clock and 9)
The rules of corroborative evi- The acefised had told the Police 10u lave done is ow that da) What man, he asked, having | ey Mes et tk suvpodaiha What. amest tei
dence had arisen, he said, in con- that he had witnessed Mc Ivor ‘He said he went in the church dissected a child's body, would Police en Tee to inform the mis triking “ean have on some
sequence of convicting a person Greaves choke the child and that @d read a bible. proceed to take ik. the: enite How vuld ! i residents of the town
. . s mets on , by lait ow coule tihey . ; esic ;
on the unconfirmed testimony of could be taken as corroboration ‘He was brought in by the to his own hom« For man to ot the conte Ah u tid, ev etatintanian soriedek All
one who was admittedly a crim~- that that was the type of asphyxia Police for having explosive sub- do that he would have to be a very Hl ; i is in eee ing this week was preparing te
T sarned C . . . ms . ” . ne a stance ese wi a . : Sas ait “we ‘ could they ay iscara 108 7 < Wi é t
inal, The Lear a fe SE ects from which the child died. tance in hi pot ‘ 7% . end re abnormal man. aeet fo1 hee f ca this and accept that’? He hh leave Speightstown by bus for
Crown had admitted tha os “Therefore you have to deter- Was under suspicion by the police that the Police took that knife ou a Gas bares Bridgetown on business and in
was a criminal. Therefore whee mine who choked the child,” he iM connection with this crime. He of Greaves’ home proved abso- g tended leaving at 2 p.m, Bellev : : ;
was required was some additional said. “The Prosecution has to es- Was taken from District “E” jutely nothing ing that it was around 1 p.m.—as The Aristocrat of all Bicycles
evidence to render 3 proche pti tablish beyond a reasonable doubt Police Station in a police van and It was possible that an old Tepe ee it really was—he was relaxing at
oa Pee ee ee Tee that he was the man who choked W®s there with the prisoner w ho kitchen knife would have pri IK ‘ H ’ his home from where he coulc
rue é ae ow Suen . . re by » Police . » clock ¢ ! q
Before they returned their ver- this child. Phillips says that the WS also taken there by the Polic LyVew ome For hear the clock opriis Sang wang
dict one way or another, they had accused took the child in a bag G ar li 1 \ ' t is ha k soon a8 a oe
, aes } h 7 kK im ¢ ace 4 ‘ oro 4e ind the reside vas te
to be sure whether they could ‘and choked him and the accused ° Y tl e m VOraiiel Aus in i ania
I lips’ i ir < prised. He soon after discover
safely act upon Phillips’ evidence. says that Mc. Ivor Greaves took oor eceive Oo Lume. past i see eons Cee Sean. at
Statements the child and choked it ‘ A @® From Page 1 Pee et hed. enether. aur. oe
M ( 1 hen proceeded to Who butchered it is not ne- t Ti yj is ict i UF ea ied covaver. because
are h the statements which cess:rily responsible for the death OO Uu ] ¥ Qaoo) apavred entiauon and on the *! Bo ae ie the clock Woull
P i i th d had One ma hav choked it anc : re vertical tifled n when it w A FULI
the police id the accused had yn n € louvre hict ee hiftad a, have notifie him i l UL
made to then killed it ond another carried out $ prep eh . ON « s . at ot alk rene aE er i 1 © veally two o'clock
It was a matter for them, he the dissection \ BC IRTY E ‘OOR WOMEN and children rece sie ‘ a uy be nevever angle the Residents are hoping to have the RANGE OF
said. to decide what weight they “When you analyse this evi- | and foodstuffs at Mount Tabor pasture yesterday evenings Phe oor, toot ah ptats . clock soon repaired
were going to atta h to the'stare= de nee, gt ntlemen, I am submitting} The articles were sent to Madame Ifill by the American Aid rej; forced concrete and the roof SIZES AND
Society and was part of a shipment of 15 barrels which is flat "
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hirts and pant Handbags and the I ) e ( All thi crew will no doubt be anxious _-

hat were also given out. Oat will be condu ' to find owt whether there is mai!

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and Busine Manager, Mr. Hilber An excellert Nutrient Tonic containing the = anti
Wilkinson, Mr. Evans Waithe is|% H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd.

tribution took place at Mount Tabor the Treasurer and Mr. Ernest Al

an Aid Society leyne, President HH Reo Se eee
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE












CLASSIFIED AD

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PUIFRLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |

|
NOTICE












FOHK RENT

——s







SATURDAY, JANUARY



EDUCATIONAL













HARRISON COLLEGE | xoxrmar





AL | SHIPPING NOTICES

12, 1952







———_— een | My Drug Store will be closed from} REAL ESTATE HOUSES AUSTRALIA AND NEW) acy,
Japuary 13th to January ist inclusive.) “Reon pr . — The next term at Harpison College will) ZEALAND LANE LED.
Fer Bisths or Engagement FOR SALE eept on Saturdays when I hope to be| , BEST BUIL DING SITE on Sea Rocks ee = — | begin on Tuesday, the 15th of January.) MA | agra teak
announcer Carib Calling the ® there to answer any call that I am abie Lighthouse Road, Christ Church. Apply A FLAT—On the seaside, containing] 1952, and the School will be in session | ‘oot | od a wenadeane a
number of words to, Mrs. E, L. Drayton, Enterprise, Chgist | ope ah and gallery, sitting room] from 9.15 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. | M.V. TEKOA is expected to, load at eccamt Carte snd Pansenters ‘or
per word for enact 5. B. cuagiee, .. | Sneed 12.1.68-—an. |and two bedrooms, dining reom, kiteh- D. BE. M, MALONE, | Aystralian Ports for Trinidad, | Barba- Dominica, | Antigua. Montserrat,
Terms cash. Phone 25 9.1 O_o jenetic, toilet and bath. Apply: The Secretary-Treasurer. dos, Bermuda early January and arriv- oe. and St. Kitts. Sailing
between 8.50 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death AUTOMOTIVE | . HOUSE—One Double Roofed Board and | Moorings, Nr. Prospect, St. James. Governing Body, | ing at Barbados about March 20th. riday 16th inst.
Natives onky after 4 p.m NOTICE Shingled House 2 x 117 x 8.6" 12.1.58-~d. College, | This vessel has ample space for chilled “
CAR—I Ford Prefect. Bargain. Owner z H. ©. Toppin, Cove Mill, Mt. Mish APARTMENT—Very comfortable Apart- 18.5.ae—ie | hen $0080. SAG Genes coe iis. of i ER ge dans i dk
ine Charge for announcements of ae a case. Waaee 4 PARISH OF ST. LUCY . ery part- | Cargo accep ol oi ;
Bishi. SSicteges, Deaths, Ackpow ~~ island this week, Phone 20 > | 1 HEREBY ive NOTICE that as 14 12.1.6 ments # Hastings, near Aquatie Club : | Lading with transhipment” et a —, ania, St. Viena Samant
ledgements, and In Memoriam notices is id aes an ~~ | persons have been nominated as fit and | “TSpewaRTVILLE”—A bungalor sage fepoivas ene room or two feoms QUEEN COLLEGE | for Brie Sulane, i of ee
$1.60 on week-days and $1.80 on Sunda CAR—One (1) Austin A-40 in excellent |2roper persons to serve in the Vestry for! 15 at Moan mip’ ha eet ee eee . ae a ; i
for any number of words to 50, and dition. Phone 2382 or 4334 Parish of $t. Jumey for the year 1952, | O0°° og ees mands with running water, speetion by} The next term a Ques College wil bash lade: oeiale Relie
3 cents per word jays and 6.1.52—4n nd as only 19 persons are required by | °" eatin nee and extending } appoiatment. —_ on * 15th of January! For ae ray & Co., Ltd. B.W.I, SCHOONER
4 ent: per word on Sundays for each} — I ie aw, I will hold a poll at the Vestry trom the, Sabie Seed Sie > anes A. E. semis’ Lid. 7. in seqgion | FUR IDAD. OWNERS ASSOC. INC.
additional word “AR < - r s for | toom, St, Luey, next Monday, the 14t Dial from 8. m.—3. . : j
ae “One 199% Chevrolet Car parts s| coy of January 1952, between the hours | oe eee, pm a aw ge 1a 10.1.52-—4n D. 5. M. ALONE, } B.W.L Tele. 4047.
—_————_ ordan, Bossobel, St. Peter f 6 am. and 4 p.m. | ity and government we ° oN eT eo he Secretary-Treasurer. } DaCOSTA & Co., LI
* r : 12.1.52—2n E. St. A. GRIFFITH, | Vants Foose 52 eRe. BUNGALOW, BLUE WA’ Governing Body. eS Con tah
DIED a censinennmennmenanieln Sheriff | Spr by appointment with the BAES--608-50 poe ?. a. Queen's College. | B.w?.l,
r 1984 Cheyrelet Touring Car M—1323 in 10 1.52@—4n, | Undersign Emtage, Da Costa & Co. 12.1.52—2n j

4 New Tyres,














xcellent condition
























BEST: On January 11, 1952, at her resi-| @attery. Dial 2250 or 3007 E. H. D :
», Veritnor Land, Reckley, Christ . 12.1.52-—3n
. Ellen Constance He ee eee
er jeaves the above residence # CAR—Morris 8 H.P. 1948 model in good | 4
4 ponte teday for St. Me 13 Chureh] rvnning order, no reasonable offer
nd .thenee to the Christ Chureh vrefused. Dial 3032. 12 1.52—2n “



















of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on

The property will be set up for sale
Office
Friday







by Pubuec Competition at our
NOTICE James Street, Bridgetown, on
Applications for the vacant Hawley’: | /8th instant, at 2 p.m.

nnuity will be received by the Clerk | YEARWOOD & Sore. oa
SAP tE-nEEP pC H=T nS EERE PSTN

952
Saturday the 12th January, 1% ONE HOUSE on the sea at ani

Applicants must be widows, of the











(8

HOUSE--m 10th Avenue Belleville, fur-
Low rental as owner prefers to
sub-let rather than close for two months
Phone 6009 or P.O. Box 218.

nished









6.1.52-—4n.



9.1.52—3n











LINE



Sa - TA a & tah ates —_—_——n€
Ce Sa me A. Best (Husband), Solo CAR_One Buick 8 (J-1) in excellent] o#rish of St. Michael, who are in stralt- “eee oes td — lane ee ee from the = to Ro sal
aie a B, Is rea} ened circumstam « an) , March, May.
mom Best (Son), Gertrude’ John-| endian. Apply i. N: Simpity Soin. | Forms. of ‘application can be obtained | #4rdens, Jaime, “July. Apiy Mrs L.” Weatherhead | entrance on 14th at 10 a.m. when OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
ugha a ints Mans | ef eo the Vat Cle Og ne EERE, Sak Serie * 9 ees eee A eta et nee
(Gren on), Monica and Cen-| 1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles. Excel iiak ak bs Poe EDMAN, ae ons. ao me w! by, swonieg we new | tae
i treat gra iid- | 'e>t condition and just right for Tourist jerk, . 1ae * ~~~ school
2 paptardieg. 2 panbplegienyetepres ciaion|', Sapna, sates, ats oe Rene, Seaton ov. umgon, | vous ee Re ee
-- mr y RO a nd ouse :
HOYIE: OR January 11, 1952 Mabie] casily be made inio a pick-up. Fort NOTICE house standing #2 ee ft. of land] modern conveniences. Frise i bs 'S.S, “BIOFRAPHER” .. Newport &
Elininadioyic. Her funeral will leave| Royal Garage Ltd, ‘Telephone #004. |. srenpmy GIVEN that it is the in-| One stone Bungalow at Brittons Mil 'S.s. “c OFTER” a 7 er We
_ Proeictite * a0 a tne bea e ——epen cman 4 ention of the Commissioners of Highways | standing on 2 Acres of land, Suitable 3s. aS o* ae 1 5th Jan. 16th Jan,
3 a R ate P i _ = o mao ELECTRICAL of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint oe. - “ay, diain teeatlh “uheaie' binaia ae ye RETT” +. Liverpoo! 6th Jan. 18th Jan.
rte aamack ST, Me SLE frotar a" aana to eran to | Ose Subpages GOVERNMENT NOTICES SS, “TRIBESMAN’ —“. M/brough &
Chureh, and thence to the Westbthy introduced into the Legislature of this | Eagle Mall with growing, dining ang Londen 10th Jan, 30th Jan.’
Cemetery 7 aie DIEP FREEZE—One second handf sand a BM authoriaing the said Com-|>rektaat rooms, ¢ bedropms, tollet a —_ a
ee kh ~ ! ¥ at bream PRESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work: } nissioners tot oan Et Ea it
ull (Mother), Irene Ellis (Suster)+] ing condition Apply Hastings Hote (a) Increase the salary of the Inspector|, “PPly fe ~s . janine
3 Winston Ellis (brother-in-law). | | ra, 11.1,52—61 af Highways of the said Parishes | Lane 12.1. Sean DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
42.23.51 * to a sum not exceeding £500 per} . |
ih ssciaenle-secalinecacginiiahsoliidaiiogeee LIVESTOCK annum, and j iap 10 Tenders for the of Skimmed Milk Powder to i Vessel For Closes tn
KS (b) Increase the travelling allowance | AUCTION the Is. ' . Barbados
THANKS FOR SALE Two Riding Horses of the said Inspector to a sum not Pub! ementary Schoo . ls “LINARIA” 1 5th
——— ens! Phone — 3668. fh.1.52—Sr exceeding £100 per annum. | Siiateemireeaeial siicmancoanpanpial a ae Ae -Liverpoo Jan.
Ceo ee eetirrennanenmsaaes ft Tae ae Minnennen e_BOve Stapee StUen | undersigned will offer for sale to Tenders are invited for the supply of 80 (eighty) tens of Skimmed ss. PLANTER” .. London 9th Jan.
LEWIS—We the undersigned beg to he Ist day of April, 1951. } publ their office on {














MECHANICAL

One second hand Bogart Piano

friends who
cards,ietters or

in PIANO.

return thanks to the
dead sent w ath

, ny} way mpathized with

our recent sad ber










vement caused by] Apply to Mrs. Elder, Mason Hall Street
the death of Agha n Lewis Opposite Boys’ School and next to Ice
Gertrude Leigh (miece), Richard Factory 12.1 52—1n

Legh

7 TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1952 Models, price $140.00
Your inspection of these superb machine

[is .nvited. A. G. St. Hill. Dial 3199.



(brother-in-law), Sweet Vale, St. G























~~ “tition at
‘Dated this 8th day of January, 1962.|Frigay the 25th J
CARRINGTON & SEALY, A dae
Solicitors on half an

25th January at 2
wall dwelling house

pm
standing



s acre of land at London Road,
10.1.52—3n | prittens Hill. Dwelling house comprises

——lopen Verandah, Drawing and Dining

NOTICE Fooms four bedrooms, kitchenette, toilet

2 and bath. Government water installed.
PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES For inspection apply on the premises
1951—38. |to Mrs. A. FP. King the owner any day

All persons wishing to manufacture

between the
*ANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of

hours--of-8 to 5





For further particulars and Conditions
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1,1.52—I7n.—e.0.0 xport under the Barbados Fancy | o¢ Sale coals t. pie
i Ld | dolasses Production and Export Act, NUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
eager ee Br | Ss $37—15 are asked to apply to the Depart- Solicit

Orders “tae now being “taken for | —— MISCELLANEOUS gent of Agriculture for an Application | James Street

: re ne > oe u 7
Gladioli and Dahiies for delivery tn | were RIES Torchlight | Batteries : cae & a. er ee the » January, oe 18.1 Ergo.
December 1952, parties interested in| cents es enligh| atteries cen \p51, after which date applications for By recommendation of Lioyds Agents
booking please phone 4442, t. Geddes « ge Ph Steen ee ee ermission to manufacture Fancy |. will sell on TUESDAY 15th at our
Grant Ltd 10,1.52—t.f.n. | * re sey 9.1.68--3n Molasses for purposes of export cannot| \y..+ 17 High Street:

Tuitton in Mathematics for the General - ae considered. J. P. PETERKIN 18 Cartons One-O-One, 8% yds. Rayon,
Certificate of Education (Ordinary, | “CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty ae Secretary, 10 seers Ae eae RALaries,
Advanced or Scholarship levels), or for with pneumatic tyres and over-rur Fancy Molasses Control and Pe pkes . ornflak ze ins Baking
B.Sc or B.A. (General) of the Londor brakes, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. Marketing Board. Pe eee dane aoe
University, by first class honours 8.1.52—fn 8.1.52—3n. nes Shees, iidren § .
graduate Boy Panta lete Ope i “poor MATS— FPibry Do State. ic Fa ao ad Be agent RO eae,

vis. 5 p e or t ousies " .
ro a See ee sizes and designs, Unbeatabic NOTICE Sale 1230 o'clock. Terms — icant
Ser w. eat dae aN 9 Rs Applications for ane vacant Frizers ares,
1










CAMERA—One (1) Speed Graphic
Camera, complete with Flash Gun and
FRoliflm adapter. The Barbados Import
& Export Co,, Ltd., Plantations Buliaing

12.1.52—3)

HELF





AN OVERSEER for Hans
St. George.

Plantation
person
12.1.62

please apply



Bred



Barred Plymouth







Garrison
12.1, 52--In, | several
prices, G
Broad Street.
WANTED | = crnnsegenecenahnge tiller

'

‘

‘

Rock Eggs fer hatching, 36c. each

A CLERK--for the Hardware Dept. | ifertiles replaced John Alleyne
One who has bad not less than 2 years Ebworth, St. Peter. Phone 91-20.
experience. Apply in WEAR gu N.B 12.1.52—3n
Howell .1.62—in wo
deeeauappeicncnnepentconaansiot ERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey

GLERK—Junior Office Clerk, apply in| Harris, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
person RK, M. JONES & COMPANY 8 pe ue Ee eae: 52-—-n
LIMITED. 11,1,52—7n

—— anne GALVANISED SHEETS — A "GAINANISED SHEETS — A limited
OFFICE CLERK--During Cro office | Guantity, 24 guage, 6 dt, $5.60, 10 ft. $9.33
clerk, preyious experience an & vantage Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalga










Ipturday the 12th January, 1952.

Applicants must be widows, of the) j7h at 2 p.m., One Fordson Tractor, It
oarish of St. Michael, who are in strait-|),.< new spare tyres and iron wheels
ged riccumstances. Terms cash

Forms of application can be obtained | DARCY A. SCOTT,



nnuity will be received by the Clerk

—
I HAVE been instructed by the Govern-
the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on ot ten tenete : wt

ment in Executive Committee to sell at
Seawell Airport on Thursday next the

Government Auctioneer

‘rom the Vestry Clerk's Office.
E. c. 12.1 52—4n

REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
6.1.52—4n



TAKE NOTICE

NOTICE

PARISH OF 8ST. ANDREW
17 candidates having been nominated
or the Vestry of St. Andrew, ft hereby
leclare my intention to take a pel) at
he Vestry Reom St. Andrew on Monday
i@xt January l4th,, commencing between
he hours of 8 and 9 o’clock in the



Apply: Manager, Lower Reote Factory.) *% Spry Streets. Phone 2606 nerning and closing at 4 p.m. for the
1.62-—7n 12.1.52—t.f.n T ection of 10 Vostrymen |
7m ———E WILLIAM D. JORDAN,
TYPISI =Shc Mhand desirable but not} GRASS RAKES—12 wide, Heavy dut Sheriff
ust hove had onstruction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 461t 71.52—4n
in typing Agee 8 1.52—6n
$120.00 per month Appieatior ———
ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & © o., MANURE SPREADERS--Massey-Harri ijOTICE That CROSSE & BLACKWELL
BARCLAYS BANK BLDG Heavy duty. deal for applying Megass« N LIMITED, a British Company, whose
6.1.52—-3n | Tiller-press mud or pen manure, Dir Re Estate of trade or business address is 20 Soho
enemas | 115, Courtesy Garage. 1.52—fn ALPRED BIAS PHILLIPS Square, London, W., England, *Mami-

—_—
PIANO--One (1) Piano in i condi
ton, Phone 2382, 1.52—4

MISCELLANEOUS






























Loan £28,000

WANTED- ‘Secured by firs
morigage, Apply: Yearwood Davee] PLASTIG TABLE COVERS—In beautt



2”. | ful designs with one and two colour
1s St” x 54” Prices $2.68, $3.22 and
each at Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street

12.1,.52—2n






MACHINES-—Old
@f order. Appyy: Mr
Street or corner F.
Streets.

Macnines ov
Vaughn, King’
child and Probyr
12.1 52—-10n









TANKS—-Galv. Tanks 200 gallon. Th
teneral Agency Co., B’dos Ltd, 14 His!
itveet. 5. Ei 52—6n







ise i the —
Advertise in LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Advocate The application of Maude Inniss of
Indes Hill, St. Philip, for permission t
For Results wes | Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a boarc



e shop at Blades Hill, St. Philip

AM wted this 7th day of January, 1952
A. W. HARPER, Esa..

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.”
Signed VERNON BRATHWAITE,

‘ for Applicant
N.B,.—This application will be con
lered at a Licensing Court to be held a

ollee Court, District “C" on Monday, the

District * on Monday, the




! Court,
st day





‘Aa the first eneete, put of January, 1952, at 11 o'clock
a few drops of Vicks . A. W. HARPER
Vartromal up ) each not Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.’
uit. a-tro S00! 12 1.52—1n,
iritation, clears stuffy



mose, and often heips

prevey bad colds and flu. « S =iy
wiexs VATRO-NOL

NOSE DROPS

OM ...-

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Leon Staniay Payne

Foul Bay, St. Philip, for permission

» sell Spirits, Malt Liquars, &e., at ¢

“rd and shingle shop attached tc

esidence at Foul Bay, St, Philip.

Dated this 7th day of January,
to A. W. HARPER, Esq.,

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.""

Signed PLAVIUS KNIGHT,

for Applicant.

1952









N.B.—This application will be con-
ae StTS idered at a Licensing Court to be held at
In the NEW YEAR in SUITS, ist day of January, 1982, at 11 o’elock,
HATS etc., done by RAYMOND m
OR! N BAY ST., »posite A, W. HARPER,
é ae c 6 eras Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.'
Combermere St. 12 1.52—1n









= —s
SSS

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS





TAKE NOTICE

SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS |
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA CHINA oc

BJiPTO

THANI’S
Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466 {)









That PILKINGTON BROTHERS

= LIMITED, 4 company incorporated under
he laws of Great Britain, whose trade
r business address is 277/288 Martins
onk Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2
) the County of Lancaster, England
Glass Manufacturers, has applied for the

,



F l hi ?
unis Ing . registration of a trade mark in Part “A’

{ Register in
uctional

respect of Nat and con
glass



generally, for example










te glass, sheet glass, rolled glass,

We are up with (he Values hedral glass and ornamental glass

. » Prices d articles of glass and crystal, and

and down will the Price. will be entitled to register the same afte:

Price Appealing Vanities, Stools q th from the Mth day of January

Dressing Table Wardrobes. ©2, unless some person shall in the

Dresser-Robes, Chest-of-Drawers, per give notice ia duplicate to

Marble Top : ott Washetands e my office of opposition of such

$8 up, Nightcha $5 up. Racks " tion, ‘The tradem ark can be seen

ak Shines. Towers inte’: ane application at my office.
Books. 7 Dated this 28th day of December, 1951
e H. WELLIAMS

DINING nade Registrar of Trade Marks







Jn



LLLP PLP

§ BARBADOS ACADEMY

rder ables fo
Fancy and other

|
!
| 10.1.52~
|
!

w 12x M |



DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in” Morris, T nd other Styles &
ee eee: $ (Est. 1935)
ae lve ‘ Wwpe-
writers and Go-carts. z Constitution Road.

x REGISTERED AND
3 APPROVED



$ Next Term begins Tuesday,
Q 15th January, 1952, at 9.30
% a.m.

s W. D. RUDDER,

% Principal.
% 9.1.52—2n.

<
\? PCPLLP LLLP FSS FEF FIED)

L. 8. WILSON

SPRY ST.
DIAL 4060 j

—_—

SSS





seen on application at my office.



R book one
*
+

Science, Medicine, Engine x
Industries, ete. $6.00 .

ee See them BLUE BAND WARE JUST %

% OPENED g
% At Your Gas Showroom, and a le mnie x
to-day from our JOHUNSON'S 5 i * %

x

a

facturers, has applied for the registration
versons having any debt or claim upon of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
affecting the estate of Alfred Tobins | in respect of canned fish, and will be
*hillips late of Stratholyde in the parish entitled to register the same after one

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

t St. Michael in this Island, who dicd| month from the 10th day of January,
n this Ieland on 2th day of Janunry | 1952, unless some person shall in the
901 are hereby required to send in their | meantime give notice in duplicate to
laims, duly attested, to me the under- | â„¢ at my office of opposition of such



igned Timothy Theophilus Headley, | registration, The trade mark can be
ublic Trustee of the Island of Barbados | seen on application at my
ualified Administrator to the estate of | Dated this 28th day of Dec
\fred Tobias Phillips deceased Public | H. W#LLIAMS

sujldings on or before the 15th day of} Registrar of Trade Marks
february 1952 after which date } shall | 10.1 .52-—3n
waceed to distribute the assets of the



aid estate among the parties entitled
hereto having regard to the debts and
laims only of which I shall then have
vad notice at the time of such distribu- |
jon and that I shall not be lable for
ssets so distributed to amy person of
vhose debt or claim I shall not have
mad notice,

And all persons indebted

TAKE NOTICE
SPLENDOR

That N. V. SPLENDOR GLOEILAM-
PENFABRIEKEN, a company organised
and existing under the laws of the king-

to the sald | dom of The Netherlands, whose trad» or












state are requested to settle their ac- | business ress is St. Annastraat 198,
ounts without delay. Nijmegen, The Netherlands, has applied
Dated this 7th day of December 1951, for the registration of a trade mark in



TIMOTHY THEOPHILUS HEADLEY, | Part “A” of Register in respect of electric
Qualified Administrator to the Estate | lighting installations, apparatus, articles
ot Alfred ‘vobias Phillips deceased. | and materials, particularly ejectric in-







8.12.51—4n | eandescent lamps, — flashligh' jamps
— discharge lamps, fluorescent lamp
NOTICE | mereury-vapour lamps, sodium lamps,
neon Jamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings.
Members are notified that the Annual! bulbs, reflectors, Hght shades, auxiliar
Jeneral Meeting of the above Club wil! yparatus exclusively destined for use
held at the Synagogue Building,| in the electric iighting field such as
iridgetown, on Monday the 28th Januar \é hoke-colls, condensers, transformers
it 8.00 p.m, Members desirous of sub-) posistances, ignition witeres, sat
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chan the l4th January. the same after one month from the
F. StC, HUTCHINSON, }ioth day of Janugry, 1952, unless some

Hony, Secretary, | person shall in the meantime give notice

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Barbados Choral Society (°° ssi aay of pecemve

i. WHLL LAMS,
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10.1.5

TAKE NOTICE

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1951

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Please app!
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Ww. NICHOLSON
a British Limited Liabtt:

That J. &.
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company, whose trade or business | ¢)..5 Manufacturers, has applied for the
ddress is peetllery: 195, piety wan yomistration of @ trade mark in Part "A"
street, Coqews | tgp roe Spirit | °f Register in respect of flat and con,
angland, Distillers an ine a a etructional glass generally, for example
Merchants, has applied for the regis j plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass,

tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Hegister in respect of wines and spirit
vd will be entitled to register the sam

| cathedral glass and ornamental glass; ang
ticles of glass





cntit'ed to register the same after one
after one month from the 10th oe S| nth from the 16th day of January,
January, 1988, unless some person & » unless some person shal) in the



in dupticate
such

the meantime give 1
to me at my office of opposition of
egistration, The trade mark can



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bo t my office of opposition of such

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Dated this 26th day of December,

H. W2LLJAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

10.1.52—30

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RITUAL MURDER

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1952

Intermediate, «D”











HOW'S THAT?

Who’s Who In The












a@iways Known the aw to be that












pies should “sa erented as Top: KEITH MILLER leaps en ee oe bolas ne , z Lionel Baggot
—_ a no nt in Sete oF oo high and appeals after bowling Cl oy rankie Mayers, er oldbrother o yeorge.
Saf ¥ gg de = the ic oes foo West Indian Bob Christiani in n orna oO asses owner. Bought by Ian Gale. Not es Tornado Class ;
islets ns hole and not pick | @#¢ Fourth Test in Melbourne yet known what performance fhe seven Tornadoes sailing
out isolated piece mS : (By Our Vachting Correspondent) — ee ee ey eee ee oem
“You will remember that. the Bottom: ALF VALENTINE HURRICANE, owned and skippered by lan Gale, is the fan at the helm with crew, Dr. Fas ms E ,
oo ene area = co of eee appeals successfully for Lb.w. nly new entry to the “D” Class. This has brought the Tony Gale and Pat Fletcher. Zeph r is to be sold. Her own
sta ents val had to ainst Lindsay Hassett (102 I Yr of box » class 2n—the larces . D 3 Rainbird Owned and Pana o i oe
Greaves, “Don’t you know you . the Fourth Test on 108 ro eroner of gh the class to ten—the largest number skippered ae ““Corkie” “Roberts er Jack Leacock, who turned in
are dealing with Satan and you | yerourne : Mae ior many years. Ten boats are also expected to sail in the 4 Roios Class boat and has won 82â„¢e extremely good perform-
would have to shed blood?’ . (Wirephoto) 3 Intermediate Class and seven in the Tornado Class. The many prizes. Has been redecked #¢es in the Tornado races, ha:
: J aaa Sag proof that he ae . First Regatta of the R.B.Y.C., takes place this afternoon. and Corkie is hoping to sail her ee eee
the deed, 1ere is evidence tihat years. Now being painted. today. Se ee Ae: oie ¢
he told him, “This child will The R.B.Y.C. has already pur-” | 18 Clytie. Owned and skip- D9 Olive Blossom. Skippered ae ceabeee ot” Serta eoaies
aor woe re as ae eae eee .. ag - ee to pered by Sydney Nurse. One of by George Bact last season. oe es re aen : re s
ive. ould you expec ese > winner i ne Tornado 488 the old boats of this class. Has present Geoge is out of the sateen Yooaes ? a F
Words to come from a man who and Mr. John Toppin's Cup wil been “repainted and recondition- Pend, It ig not yet known whe- Cyclone, 3 formeyly owned b
killed the child. These words are be presented to ‘the winning eq - E ee ‘ oo ther she will f Messrs Jason Jones and skip-
sF isbeinnladent willie tty. Abaina Co tod ed and should give an improved ther she will sail. ered. hy Peter inch was eala th
most inconsistent with the finding arnado in the Frontenac Race. performance this season. f ies Dita taite = nah. toh
that the accused is the guilty The boats are as follows D2 Imp. Built in 1949 by her Trinidad. Peter tells me that he
man.” Intermediate Class “Dp” Class owner Geoffrey Johnson, Although may however construct another
Proof 11 Gnat. The lagt time I saw a newcomer to this class gave a Tornado to skipper in the Tor-
They were asked to accept as her she was under the Yacht D 4 Seabird. Owned and skip- very good performance last sea- nado series. : ;
proof that the fact that he Club's Boat Shed. She was be- pered by Stanley Moore. She son. Should again end up high Breakaway is still here. She is
possessed hooks pointed to his ing repainted and reconditioned. made her debut last season. Was in the averages this season. on the Yacht Club beach, I un-
guilt. Evidence in his confession She is owned by Teddy Hoad built by Stanley himself. She Geoffrey skippers her himself. derstand that her owner Eric
was that he had gone to Harris’ but will be skippered by his son, Was not very fortunate last sea- D 7 Sinbad. A scratch boat of Robinson will not be sailing ir
shop once and he had heard black George. Should give a good per- 50m but Stanley has made some this class which sails well in the Yacht Club races but wil |
art being described and he had formance in her class. A scratch improvements. He says he will | nearly every race, Owned and enter the Tornado series. i
told it to Greaves. boat. most likely win the Cup this!
The Crown’s Prosecutor said I2 Invader. Owned and skip- *€ason. 5 }
that the fact that he knew of it pered by Donzld Stoute. Donald PD 8 Peter Pan. Owned by Eric |
beforehand rather tended ) is about to sell her and he is Raison but left in charge of his |
show that he was the man who pene for a good’ job. He in- father, Captain C, E, Raison. The |
did the deed. s buying another type of boat. “Cap’’ says he has no time for |
“But you gentlemen of the me she will be sailing if "acing therefore .he is selling |
jury know,” Mr. Clarke said, not sold. She sails very well in Pan. Eric is a member of the+
“that many a man has proved hard’ wind and was the winner Pointe a Pierre Yaoht Club in
himself a much more able man @fthe Frontenac Trophy in 1949 Montreal and is “sailing on the
at his particular craft or art, When it Was presented for the !€¢-
than his tutor.” first time
Besides, he had said that he 16 Eagle, Michael Mayers will on Soba ie teen ie. Hina |
had told Greaves that he would be at her helm. She is owned by ppe: - yn a
: * not given a good performance
have to kill his own first child- John Hunte and you can always for-a long time, Should do sore
not somebody else’s child, took , out for her to spring a thing this season
Speaking on Phillips’ evidence che ear D 10 Van “Th Yr lyke ned
of his going to the cave with the JI 7? Mohawk. _ “Bob Cumber- by has niond "Buck Ga |
oe. Mr. Clarke said that it + ene oo cuioees sng formerly known as the “helms- |
ad been established that Phillips Vt a 5 f ie. maaan cman with the beard”, and skip-|
had had several opportunities of ‘ W it W ill Lead J ca Ses nee “Billy” pered by “Pee Soe ned
running when the dissection was ] 9 r , . ryt. baie or eo ther of Stanley, Thorndyke has a|
being done and when the body W hat son loday Olympies Team mane. Posts ~~ love a new deck and has been repaint- |
wr cone disposed of. % 1.M.S. “Sheffield” arrives in F machitne Pe his hist eit . ed in blue instead of white.)
ber ue didlos tans sid that Carlisle Bay 8.45 a.m. KINGSTON, J’ca., Jan 10. cludes water polo, swimming, G'¢W Will be Raymond, and Dick
° ae ag a Hearing of the St. Lucy an ee liv un ite te » . Hall.
vas afrs aor ; Arthur Wint |} been named diving, ete. e is one of the — f
po yp diner gel ncaa ‘dene Murder Case continues at « emai of Seen 1ica ‘ team for Hel- crew of this boat. Mohawk now arse See. neentty so .
‘ : mee he Court of Grand Ses- has hollow mast and boom. r us
the accused had said that he ¢



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afra Wyeleg ro, hie sions 10.00 a.m, minihie. « are ¢ res- _19 Dauntless. Owned and
een Held Torch Pp ° Police Courts 10.00 a.m. oe eee ee v ord, ee by hf ae eae: A § 5 : 3 :

; : " - Golf—Ladies, Spoon Compe- mires " sande powerfu n0at but illiam is Sete Be te ¢ $ sees . a
yeprilice tad sid he was ati, =» Presented At | “iton Hee cal aut en wea” Hook fort prospective "cule | To Our Friends “Good mornings begin with Gillette
ye ad stayed when he had . oe ane a . oo tomer. May owever be racing Su RE Ee a ‘ vee
~hances - 7 ‘ ie ’ e Jamaica is expecte ake ; a“ sR Bee CRM e meeee ie %
chances of : running, He had YM. CLA. Meeting . am : 4 BS gregh ee this season. 4 From Overseas
stayed and held the torch—he had BONS een to . I 12 Dawn. Has been repaint-

Sues oe ee But the ‘Trophies were presented to thé os ~ a onal ed-and repaired for this season’s .
accused’ had said in his statement «a» anq “B” class champions of oe Yancl Wi > the ci races. Was formerly a_ scratch * , i
that when Greaves returned with jable tennis ang billiards and to WEATHER REPORT —C.P. boat in the “D” Class but was KINGSLEY Sheiks of Araby loudly praise
, — a ~ a the snooker champion of the Bar- YESTERDAY. rie ait — Ps une, Enns Long The fi f all shavi
ney, w e that not one jados Y.M.C.A. when the asso- skippered by Arthur Evelyn. ; ¢ finest of ali shaving ways
Crop of blood had been found on ciation held their 71st Annual Rainfall from Codrington: CRICKET MATCH Crew will be brother Robert RESIDENTIAL . 8 1 is
the accused's clothes. The clothes Ceneral Meeting at the new hos- 06 ins. Evelyn and Stanley Carter. f of h orld bb t
handed to the Police and by them tel at Union Lodge, Pinfold Street, ‘Polat Badhitall. for-sasntti 40 CANCELLED rodinnte orometta. - Owned by ‘LUE The sharpest edge the world has me
wes the clothes the accused had 7oserday afternoon et a oe bis son, Jackie. Winuer of the cue

See ear eee ee A: 8, ents. Carvied of two Highest Temperature: 83.5 F ie : ‘ mPa agree tems * ’ led Blue Gillette.
bilered to fave ‘committed ‘the tophies—-the “B" class Billiards | Lowest Temperature: 70.0°F | TI, Darhidoy, ee om chet ga always find her way out of i: pgm amare:
See ee Comer ce S08 and the Snooker. ‘Mr. A.M Wind Velocity: 9 miles per | eee as. cance a difficult situati : AT BATHSHEBA
gage, Wnen they were taken by Watts was the “A” class billiards | hour, ME Bonney ei Ge Behe ie
becase-cf that yt could he assumed champion, Mr. Nj Griffith, the “A” Barometer; (9 a.m.) 30.031 | tied to end today (Saturday). I. 11 Reen. Skippered by Len , Keenwitted sons of th
that they had aot been washed, ¢#58 ‘table tennis champion and (3 p.m.) 29.944 The fifteen players selected Fioad. She also will. not be Welcomes you and offers you eenwitted ‘ e

i stints bye ‘ Mr. W. Gibbons the “B” class -DAY ; hs rsatatite actice Pes : * i :
Yet no blood stains, no sure in- Mt. wt en r eens — will undergo eee ready for today’s racing. Return desert, like up-to-date men
dieation of blood had been found . teuiaor el he: wok om tod commencing ws nd ag ec + to —. — er after bet

: A new } re oO e »M.C.A. ‘ et: . p.m tees are expecte o attend, ng on e AC or severa -_ lay
Tine Bolice had taken a variety ~~® choir conducted by Mr, O. A. Moon: Full, January 12 > LOBSTER the world over, enjoy the
of things on which there was the Pilgrim—drew warm __ plaudits Lighting: 6.00 p.m. 2
pessibility of blood being found, '™°™ ve opens apa re High Tide: 4.13 am., 3.05 LUNCHES same clean, easy, economical
but no sure indications had been Present a le mee ing as ey p.m. : n
found, If the accused had done $&n@ the Spiritual “Go Down Low Tide: 9.20 a.m., 10.16 ae Sia Sault ies shave. They know no blade
the deed, there was little doubt Moses” and the folk song “Drink p.m, a ' " Le

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little, would have been on him and _— The “Y” appointed Mr. Francis {i »
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slept. = ona ee Lane — E dRh
The Crown's Prosecutor had told r. . O, Haynes as their scruti- me
them that the remains of the neers for the annual election of fi eumalism eee ; ‘
child’s body were silent and over- their directors, HARBADOS Blue Gillette Blades
whelming evidence that the crime The Chairman, Mr. A. DeLisle e ou eép
had been committed, but the Inniss, in laying the annual report

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that he had been in the churchYHe hoped that the members would preity MiBGr der at Garrison Savannah
and read a Bible. Despite that heffnake much of their privilege and Aching Joints and Limbs. Sciatica SATURDAY, 12th Jany ‘
had sworn loudly enough wherffio their bit to improve their Neuritis, Lumbago, Getting at 4.30 PM ; rf
he was accused of the crime. grounds Cnere naan Bese, gucnlin teen c ve | Does your Roo need
* Correboration A vote of thanks to the directors ng Passages, Loss of Energy anc Entrance to Enclosure 1/-

They were asked to take as
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Springer’s voice calling for Colvin,@Mr. H. H. Williams, M.B.E A clean raw, sore, sick Kidneys anc :
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Is it not most peculiar,” he)\suitable reply was made by Mr tin fFot oUF aeatons mately. ‘quick! For the best protection ag
asked, “that her husband who wasmW. H. Carter, who is one of the and surely, yet contains no harmi

looking out at the window,
not brought to prove it?”

It had been said that the accused
had said that the child would not
be found, but that could not be
taken as proof that he knew where
the child was. Suppose anyone
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ravages 0) the above Vestry for the past
yd that person knew whereBLashley of Glebe Land, Station delicate Biter organism, and stim 1ouses, These samples.are sumer market in the world five years ‘ Goes Farthest — Lasts Longest
Lloyd Linton was Hill, ta > ulates the entire system. : . ee -. ‘
aN cars ge , ; was taken to the General Praised by Doctors, Chemists, ov: carefully drawn and This facility availabl I could not offer my ser- One Gallon will cover 700—1,000 sq. feet.
There is not one title off Hospital shortly after 4.30 o'clock One-time Suff y eee vices this year through hav-
evidence,” he said, “that he is inyesterday evening suffering from veka in saamorn te aandiw-as marked with their bulk sugar shippers, symbolises ing sold Gibl Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK
any different position from Phi! Bwounds in her head. She was Remiste nts countries and by ons number before being dis- the ‘ a Stace ey ‘has Reatalie. seu in drums and tins of Imperial Measure \\
lips. It would be mest unfair tc— treated and detained. ime sufferers from , the, trouble eine ne compre hensive service 7" : WEBSTER
return a verdict of guilty fromg. Lashley was walking along oh ue on oot did tak ane denen tributed. Not only sugar, offered by the P.L.A. . E. : ‘ chines i
Phillips’ evidence Fairfield Road, St. Michael at vith terrible buckaches and pains, cc but all goods shipped v it oe = . Rose Bank, y}
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have the greatest doubt as to thefy Wuek by stones. 2 Oyster | om much delter than I bas the P.L.A get the benefit international trade, ) 9.1.52. , ° }
respective parts each of these twc —. i ty systex has worked with me seem alm } i
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have felt that as one man wal When Mr. Clarke. finished ad~ :
arrested already, there was nc eee the Jury, the court pe
need to implicate another man. ‘ourned until to-day at. 10 SKF it S
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tTTRDAV i\\( UN 13 IMt HAKIIMMIS \l '•< Ml fAfiK FIVE THE RITUAL MURDER CASE • rrm raar 3 ments read to them which the .. _. „ police Mid Springer had made "ftf^J^ Mr C H Y u • """led." he -Id. -to aid thai the tune nan I .pinion as to the r him lo put before them, way in which they had been oo%  thin your i hethcr" the confession. • hole and .lit YOU are Bolnt U> DUt %  '. allow thIneoi \j i„ rorroboration of Phillips" In rvirirucp. he said. 11 was for them tftei ih.v h-1 |* n warned and 1 mi|i>r Caw had heard the UN BBCSde whether there was itlon They had I : < of his speech, certain Hls fnr the other at* Ixirdshlp as they had heard from Uona that there was cort on ta '1 for my part will try to show llted you that none of it an* he corroboratlon," he aaid. roaeWere they satinen that the ration in every criminal ease, offence was commnnd in the first Hk) If tlM} % %  %  %  Ion of the thoy MtloSad thai 11 wii • i %  %  %  %  .. • ,. . %  he MW .... %  offence. 1 u MM thru %  1 aidMM Wanted usl be acquitted." , ..,, hay, A . %  ''" %  %  to Mctliu U i had gone InTh% ,,..,,„ pi tM I Yearwood Id JJjtt-M . thi ulienl %  % %  ,::., told them •In r he *ald. which rood I %  *" and "upon • jrot %  I 'ill he Impossible The fact that the body was disSH.AH lltlte.AIIS Hl\ \4.ltll Ml \T DfO 'it Oonuawsrwaeltb EiBr agrasiaaal al MlaM %  of Food, tin* Rt. Ron. Owilyn Lloyd G-oric M T Signal [ %  i T W White of Australia and (ri II II (M rtfhtl are Mr. HBP A Kotzenberu (Honi'i Africa), Mr. Q. M J. M. Campbell (British Wt Indlea). Sir Philippe laatraj, KBE v. % %  il\ ) I V V I'D UM I lla SUnduuc (lift to n H (MsiirtUiiM and Mr II. R F %  on you ' II down and v %  %  peace." A QrtMMMBO Crime I the rase • I. but that them in any 1 '"' Springer wa crime was committed. It did not ,' tr ..,,. Thereto*) instrument, hi Tiu t % %  %  i bad two BO pointed out b) Vorfl they on thai strength to decide 'hat the inferdrawn was that tb> DUUi who did the !-., v-mld no! infer th;il. Crown had told %  %  Ho admitted to than In ins open"' m mlHy of the murdw. %  ild them that thev *U! r > JM J. n : • n Ind Phillips' l>einK an atiunwnt. he said, but the child phyxla. corrobo ra ted Hut l ;.sphyxia. suffucition. strangucannot help but reject hi* I I ung and drowning. It was not oven Known a At ihu I %  typM of ajphyxla tn* 1 %  %  ' who used the SOTlh „ cHl1 | (1 %  i IK thai Mi Ivor %  %  %  %  Mi.it ii had "If >OU %  tubr to bra %  II Among ind the a>!;.'.. lied upon b"ut~\heV"coulti Infer thai Phllllpa km well. • %  %  ..... %  ... ... at hand when another man mur. hild. thai did not make Kuilty ". The Crown'i I*rasceutor wn "When lh Polici askinic them to accept Grcavet' and %  I %  %  %  And having accept* %  it would not ii-iiiiii I'II n i IWM mi in chU I M %  x tetlj thO : too had a hand In the icnily denied It. •le*l and hi laid could Eound j-, I,,, • „ n on i thai tin Bui In mi' %  %  ythu %  %  '"i. |#d v< )llod. %  l IniiMial Action he was being crosa-cxamwith regard hi> purrhases had J BU %  .Hill S( raiu In • %  Knur "Tho doctor bad i skin bad boon cut wtth %  • .. tn oug h but DM P \ i IHllish Mi„, : %  %  i-ioks Y\\v Chun It Clock AlKl \\\v Yhuv %  to begin her crop or i : Ml ' f \d\U< ..! %  Ml r> : %  'ti;inager of 1 \ A II.. 1 %  II. Mr I i..i %  .:..! fnl Mi hai caused the bo* k i wilok h i i !• .. %  tsl 'nun Ha) %  ilong U rop, and st %  Kilm Show n. i! :ij,in I illm show %  : tai i' Roon %  %  ponaoi Council on i avi Ri Itaiul Cancer) nil %  %  ipon .in con i Blypaooi % %  %  will ha held chied) f"i the an i %  %  agouti v' i itv Buburaa will %  itimity ti !• .IT the I The Church Clm k . •pond on 6 irb P. loi i Church Block biu .. -I,.,' M,.-. n ighi keep ir, ... ... %  I'.i k\ in lh) n %  But reoanUy, the Chun rptivt Soon %  ^.r ,'nk. Mini kes II at 10 aiul ihu the i if rorroboration .id. but it II The nil % %  ,V| 1 in con, nal ,„. lllt „,„. v ,„, sequence of convicting a person Qn-.iv... choke the child and thftl %  "ore*"' on the unconnrmed trstimony of ( oulrt ,„, lakcn os eorrobor a tlon one who was admittedly • crlmU);i „ (il 1Vi(v „„. n( „phy X [ B %  %  % %  ,.;., died pitted th.,1 PhlUlpa .. rh „ vlule Vltll hilV .,. to acter,, ., criminal. Tliereforo what wasraqunJ IV.," X the story of Hal ti lie Before they returned their wtr%  nother. they \\m\ II ay could %  SialcmrnU 1 i "* which .i,i tli made to them hi. .,., ,i. ., said The l'nrtwculton ha to •*beyond e neaonable doubt P* that he was the m.m who choked "•'" this child. Phillips says that the w accused took the child in a bag mi) ehoked bun and the accused | says that Mc. Ivor Oreavi-i-.k tho ehild ;uid ehoked it Who butchered ii %  %  %  ked it and irrted out %  then • %  %  oon fa j Prooec u tor h i i %  '.rung, a thing which for Inn, WM hll) ,,. „,.,, „ Dgulai Queai th-t he ,,.,.o him e this oaf that day! u/hai man aak< aty in the id ho went in the church dissected %  i illd'i body, would [>*' <•' < fnUing lo Inform Uv bible He ui brought in i>' the T(1 i • bavmg explosive Mil %  %  n and b i II %  u plctoo by the police that the 1 l knife !>"• linked khe eiuid'" he in connection with thai crime He of :. %  from Dastriel "Mf lute)) nothing i i police van anith the prisoner who kitchen knife IS f 57S fri m. Witnowd Choking bead had told the Police he h id witnessed Mc I u, "" could %  Mild %  II. He bad Poor Receive Cloth ing 9 Foodstuff At ML Tabor Nen Home For Gordltter Austin rags i H wa* them, he the d i i/i,t they %  '. %  • %  %  i, %  %  and ',n the %  n bo shifted to with f. I .in submitting U! l!0>ll .ll IS FORTY POOR WOMEN and children n i and foodgtuffi ai Mount Tabor paatuny-•i i %  The articlaa wgft aant to Madam* Mil by tht Amorican A •. and was part of a shipment erf IB barreli whld %  arrived in December. tloni 3h led by I III A H PI K i Orannum a f.of iiG tent. i . IN given out. Oat win to the ab[c s;'-k Thi %  Blve clothing and foodsttit' i l chad. Si 1 % %  John. The peopk %  %  It %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  well ur i %  the Weal 1 gr. I %  %  %  I"hall in. h %  %  : ... i The offlci ind airy if the iMirittions and all All tbi. mttnuee '< make •diiking at certain bout %  % %  I Ing lull r It how I %  hurvh riodi %  . %  P ibli B n e. surprising whal • i %  I dents of the town das dm n ii.K t. i. i\ s. %  i I %  I • lug that it wa* around I nm kl it really was— he w,,s i.l.ixlrn! %  hi* home from where he rouh k .'111*. Bangl Hanp the 11." k wenl "" H i 1 '" .... prised M. one ... 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U.K. Recognizes Communist

‘China On Paper Only

Churchill Does Well Capt. Carsen Gets
In Talks With Truman te : ,
el is A Hero’s Welcome

WASHINGTON, J: 11 FALMOUTH, England, Jan,








rime Ma iste isto urchi . . vn ; ‘ nf
: Prim wernt Winst n Churehill considers br it-| Captain Henrik Carlsen whose valiant but futile two
© cOEeNiti ‘ » It s}e shin’? } 1 1 + . “ *
oe ab cognition Red ¢ hina only a paper relationship”. weeks battle to save his doomed ship, the Flying Enjerprise
Churchill doesn’t intend to have his nevg Conservative Gove} won him worldwide acclaim, stepped ashore to receive a
ernment withdraw at this time, the diplomatic recognition hero’s welcome at 6.05 a.m
hastily ted by the late British Socialist Government. | Carlsen’s elderly parents, representatives of the United

But he dic 1 prom ise Truman, according to United States}
officials, that Britain’s recognition of the Chinese Com
munist regime will not stand in the way of British action!
with the rest of the Free World to meet any threat of|
aggression by Red China ; oa

Both Churchill and Truman were thinking especially | from All Quarte
of Indo-China, where it is feared that the Chinese Com-j

States, Britain, and Denmark and 3,000 seafaring Britons
cheered this 37-year-old skipper as he landed at Falmouth
Prince of Wales Pier at 6.05 a.m.

Refreshed by his first full night's
{sap since the worst | AUantic
jstorm in the quarter of a century
acked his ship’s plates on Dec.
, Carlsen wore a dark blue suit

munists might make their next move, if and. when the Pa Wi he:
one feat Atel : var or . ed }and a borrowed coat much too big
Korean war end } int ut. l | for him. He lost his wardrobe when

British sources disclosed, meanwhile, that Churchil

L / ! t l ] | the listing and leaking. Flying
has no intentions of trying to arrange a personal meetir | Brush Held | Enterprise finally sank in the Eng-

with Stalin at this time. There has been advance specula-| lish Channel at 4.12 p.m. yesier-

tion that the British leader might go to Moscow alone L 7 ‘ ul | mta'the sea from its then horizon-

-as proved to be the case—Truman was cold to the idea n ee q Lane See ots SHED nor taaees

of a Big Three meeting. | ee lide to" share 4

t ‘ aati d arisen’s s » to share >

The most important part of the agreement on the Far| WASHINGTON: If in peevish| | iause even sie had shared
East was said by Americans to be this sentence: “We| 00%, you feel like grumbling | ¢p ©

; the last half of the skipper’s ordeal
rac om 5 2 aah il as 1 Oi as = m about petty matters, you might do| ~~ oa ae : 7
recognize that the over-riding need to counter the Com-| worse than ponder the case of|W8S Kenneth Dancky, the young

munist threat in that area transcends such divergencies as} | Fallon, who has just died in cere setenv were - BE ct Bread ead’ ‘cowns
are in our policies toward China.” | Tork. aged 62. In the place|the Enterprise's sloping deck|corner of Broad and Cowell
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where “She lived for the past 42, Tj try’s internal affa The British
shi . % | > >» week a , is | jing : ‘ i . nficin a aa outa ¥ \ ‘
Churchill, even before becoming Prime Minister n,| years of her life, Mary was re-|°n¢ week ago tonight cles ears pe wee wi ee { Fore DEFENCE COUNSEL i» the Ritual Murder Case, Mi
sharply criticized the late Socialist Government for what! garded by everyone as the most Perverse Weather om the ground floor and Gardiner Duy piunged:: # C,H, Clarke, K.C,, addressed the jury an hour and 50
he described as its hasty action in recognising Red China.| Popular person they knew. She} ; Austin Commercial offices on the mg utes at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday al
And USS. officials who heard him discuss the problem here | methodically taught herself to! But the weather which robbed] pet floor is of heavy concrete 1 lis way, pla yla Wald. Assistant Attarney General, for ti
got the impression that he would welcom ‘} paint gay designs on scarves and|them of their dream of riding the) walls and is well ventilated Iran last wee nded the B ; Os mage its hte } { ic
hai Ailes . fo eee vould now welcome some] handkerchiefs and the letters she| Enterprise triumphantly into Fal-| ~The ground structure was built|tish Embass a note accusin tion had made an hour at ‘5 minute: dre
ona fide reason for withdrawing recognition | wrote to her friends, full of cheer-' mouth Harbour still was perverse.j}to accommodate four floor Two | Britair f interfe Iran His Lordship will sum up t case to the jury
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1 ~ fulness and optimism, were treas-! Hail and sleet swept the dock as| have been built and at some future} Internal a cI . me an this case, Burton Springe ilias Car » Gre
Th 2 S ; ? “ ured. It was not easy to do these| Carlsen stepped ashore from the/date, two more floors may be} ing from the ¢ ute ove th aa - 4 Sat tie Cawna? ‘ aie : i
a e pped ; ‘ ; : a 23-year-old fisherman of orner \ r
things because Mary ‘had been | tug Turmoil—the first time he has] built. In keeping with the previ | ational Anglo rem 9% menth-old child. Geoff 30
‘ | , ous plans for four floors, space has | Ivanian Oil Company With the murder of a 23-m i= child, G I C
Anyone trying to work out the score cards of Truman| completely paralysed from the! seen land since the Enterprise be- |‘ Tas siiowell4 lift @ Ly th Tho Brit S I eptemt 19
and Churchill at the conferences’ couldn't help but con-| weer down since 8 seta of 20.| gan its ill-fated voyage from New build: cof aéditienal Stabs nt aie . He iHleged to have commit-
= e ra 7 » painting : » letter writ- | Yor s Fe - ‘im a J n|? 1 of ace al sti $ 1 « ‘ r . .
clude that the 77-year-old Prime Minister will go home} che Benne me the cotter Siti | kote, for Harobarg. Germany. 4 The architect who designed the; the franiar n Offies t} ‘ n urder because h an
rith ¢ coe + cad 3 ing? Done with a brush held in| December 22. He was near tears building Mr Aathany OU. Lees + : , “4 Mi ’ 1 . d te zet into communication wit
with a pretty good showing. | her teeth and obviously very moved as he ‘ ; a pi Natick. tc? oie to tata 1 X\- anac¢ wan irits fror
He refused back dov . A+] ‘ . and the builders, Messrs Clarke | t, Go nine is unable to k 4 <
e refused to back down on the Atlantic Naval Com- AMSTERDAM: The record for stepped up to receive the weleome | ang Tucker last ’ thi ated |: btain money
mand. He got the Americans to shelve the ‘dea of stand-| "io for the caientnaeot oe ‘ae of Fglmouth’s Mayor, Thomas|” Along the Broad Street side, the! which apart from the terms it Mi ° | ae In } Mr, G. B. Niles i »clated
ardizing their rifle for the Atlantic Army for the time} iba : ain % won | y Al weed old | Morris. building is 74 feet long and alon€| which it is couch is contrar m Is ¢ 4 | Mr, Clarke as defence’ c¢ ‘
being. He is going to get much needed stecl for Britain’s| Mrs. Krechting in The Hague, who Carlsen’s mother and father were | Gowell Street it is 117 feet Ho diy itie courtesy, being pub Yesterday was the fifth day the

aidnhe 7 ; egg ; : f . flown from Denmark especially The entrance lobby to the p ' 7 B +} i . lease was being heard. The Prose-
=nts 2 I ; l 1 or > » -hour ; h * 5 ; ; lis t el and ‘ 4 ¢ a
armaments in return for aluminum for the U.S., and he} after a 70-hour vigil this morning | +5. the occasion moved to their | graund offiees is of corked tiles.) )° colect, +e a. even arpados | «tion's case was closed earl



















got an agreement to try to work out in advance, joint| bought a side-board worth £15). ee te These corked tiles are laid down ne rer “a called
Anglo-American policies in the Ez . sade gs for 3s. During her vigil Mrs.|5°OS Sice. Hew to red i the noise | SPONdents, at the same time tha ’ : bot ht the. total f
G10-2 an policies in the East from Cairo to Korea iruaciitna ras palinved: twit tart Morris said, “We give our warm-| with a view to reducing the noise) jr oS adlivered by a messenge Hon'ble James A. Mac Kin-{>rought the. total number of
But most important of all, he will go hx , | some hours. by her husband, est and most respectful welcome made by ees alee to the door-keeper at-the British} non, a member of the Cana-|'" Bos. cased to 17. One other er
Mey ‘ a é of all, he will go home with the} * : . ‘to the Commander of the Flying} Three Entrances Maintaste ; te enionneinnieal “lis endered for cross-examinatior
written assurance that U.S, Atomic bombers will not take while people Jiving near the shop | | Enterprise whom wer state wit: |* Phere ove threeventrancns to the} A ey hen taten ct abe lian Senate repres B LMC) hut was not cross-examined.
off from bases in B ritain to attack, unless the British Gov- brought her coffee, tea and buns. | honour,” Carlsen seemed highly | building, two on Broad bs py and |ihe By it he ‘Gominuubation ce Province of Alberta in’ the Hearing Resumed
ernment gives a “go ahead”. Ever since American bases} NEW YORK: New York police | wrought with emotion as he re-}one e ne See cat Pe a returned by the Iranians to thopPederal Cabinet, told the When = hearing esumed
; ; . ‘ s on trond § é ) ate ‘ ate * ' ' é 5 di mo !
in Britain were established, during the Berlin air lift crisis, | °™¢ Very sorry that a pawnbroker plied, “I want to thank all pre Sante tlass while the door on| British Embassy, On hour later} Advocate aterday that h eters Gvdroen to
Churchill has belaboured the British Socialist Government | °'™* Harry Weisenberger is) who backed me, I knew you were Cowell Street is a 10 panelled 00] the Embassy commu as delighted that the author ist nd Patholowist “y he
on this point Britons feared that tl | dead at 5} For in his 35 years of/all behind me. J] just cant fine vdoden double door {nication and the original Traniay j : Barbados had been , mas o ie ck : ian
hina , thie +4 ae 2S : * 1e Americ ote might | runnir his hock shop, Mr. W.! words enough to thank you | The first storey projects beyond! tte were back t e Foreigr ving the co-operation of he ny eat Mie : 7
P ies ah a eee ers ht, without any,| helped trap 1,500 criminals and Carlsen paid special tribute to]... ground floor by a cantileve: j Om ! ‘ { Alberta in con m Inspector B
British voice in the decision—(U.P.) lreceived 50 citations from the|Captain Dan Parker and the crew ].4q “the showease beneath will —_——— ( pie OS ee ee wens plete oaeviaiii
| grateful authorities. | of the Turmoil, which plucked him}. times be lighted at night . é ; t vith oil development :
| F ometim b g SUGAK NEWS: coo rash and ll
| 'from the sea yesterday and hac Many of the partition are |“ wy ce I | that he is happy to see He made an examinatic of
| AMSTERDAM: A ‘plane made « | towe, wt 50 miles of Gn Pace 5 —_——_____- t the Governor, Sir Alfres ar
ae | re ‘ } a towed him to within 50 m a n Page ! me rash 1 stone
Ratific ation Of | Kine G ustavy on-stop flight from Montreal to Falmouth be fore the steel towin Cx li V » guest of tne Govern patche ;
: > | S Amsterdam so that Mrs. Dubero | pape s snapped on Tuesday night. } anadian lethod { Alber ecentl Know ompletel neg
Schumian I lan In j o Aruba, mall island in the aa a ‘ enefits of oil, he was} py rownist }

Opens "52 ! “wet ” in could undergo an ur-

ty or Bagausse oF that ¢ ould be found 1D | gestive por























4 } ve | nt operation for tumour on any bado hich « 1
k iba Stage S | P: li © brai e plane, helpd@i by a ° ray | N ‘int ' very wonderft Rohe
aie’ Salekey, seh an. | ALHAMENE —perveane mae tne win in 10 wes. Publishers yf ewsprip 1 ink it @ very wonderful | "'Serapings é
The West German’ Bund | area Moiiaan! Caine caamattiveds oe THR EE RIVERS, Quebe siting the finding of oil th Ge tae ee :
(Lower House) sweeping aside) STOCKHOLM, Jan, 11 fis ann ee Fata tera ne “Times” For a ; atten: eheraiadl: a4 preparing to handle it in Jeould not be confirn
last. ditch Socialist Opposition,! The 1952 session of the Swedish| ihe fight {6 15 hours, | ives hae tbect ar de t possible way so that th oth kept: thi
moved swiftly to give final ,rati-|Riksag wa ened by King Gus- — LONDON, Jan. | ping ethod of nuf : diself will benefit from its | duced the Gen
fication to the Schuman P tav VI who asked for larger de- JOHANNESBURG: In 40 min- Publishers of The Times, one 3c of ; ' ae eee Oe SOT EL ae F
Treaty for pooling Western fence funds The ceremony w ites, 444 inches of rain fell on a| Britain’s most respected news- | 0 fo i pat S , lacKinnon irrivec | received from Insp
rope’s coal and steel resources for/attended by 380 Parliam« farm at Ararat in the Harrismith | Papers were committed for trial ‘ i to carry on his worl a vantandas crornitie .t nc | Bourne two other. lar
the next 50 years. delegates, members of the il! district of tiie Orange Free State, | yesterday for printing shortly be- nae idy, however, Cuban’ official LS Lady Rodney trom Canad in each of these. t
The ratification bill passed its|Family and Diploma Corps 1 Footnote: Mount Ararat in Ar-| fore the election an advertisement e irakee ed in h re 7 for ‘Trinidad where 4 ' f } {
second reading shortly before 4.00 ’ n, nia is reputed to be the point | Which commented on the Labour < ere sae
m. after a 23 hour marathon ses-| yn which the Ark rested after the | Government's financial policies. | t t he Nan ke sit the Rodney or | but ‘ nt
sion, by 255 votes to 144 with four| In his throne speech, the King} peluge The prosecution alleged this was ‘ ) ti : rth bound trip, He wa egative ' ‘
abstentions — a much healthier) declared at Sweden relation a breach of the British election ind bar hin: deuanter Ms He Ise ( i {
majority than even Chancellor) Ww: f ! nations remain NEWPORT, Rhode Island: 69-) law limiting expenditure on party | Erne 2 Phre Mehl D Thor my Babt ne other one, TI
Konrad Adenauer had hoped for.|friendly. He said that the interna-| year-old navy veteran Walter| propaganda at election time and hs Queer r , , exal nd t
In the end, only the Socialjtional situation, however, contin-| Johnston believes in having lots | that parts of the advertisement re- aa : : | sid that he : Bart uggestive positive
Democrats, the Communists ard|ues disquieting. It was therefore f hobbies a handful of extremists oted| necessary to maintain an attitude | Besides having a collection of half- | policy for dividend limitation \ : as a \ ne is also he test ol
against it. ! watchfulnes -million stamps he hf§lds classes mounted to an attempt to back ar ; : isit hile Minister « voss-Examined
| jin musical saw playing and holds | the Conservative candidate in the MR. A. EB. BE. McKENZIE i : 4 ( ee) sasaie
After a mere five hour break,| He added, “Our country is striv- o patents on the use of sharks | constituency of the cities of Lon : Cw a er trade between C {

weary Bundestag Deputic re-jing as before to co-operate 1} teeth in jewellery don and Westminster—C.P.

sumed ‘session at 10.00 a.m. to be-|measures designed to avert inte : . : llere I or | : : » close to Ba the 2% epte

gin debating the tl and fi linational conflicts.” Further te}
reading of the bill, Gove trengthening our national a

| U.S. Amphibian |, Decnsons |i mas eee

night On Kdu cation | ” ae " ee |

jority of 40 to 60 on the la ling period for most n | 7 : cKENZIE, | eects j } ete Lo \
reading. I hi econd reading! serv men and for a seven- _ Pa, S h r isil . ae E ae a ee re | ; pe { . (
margin of 81 votes indicated that! plan for naval construction a ; smb Age lent: Schools | Yi" he ‘









he hoped for ¢ A- | posals






: { briduc
hiss success probably would) be “Il am as therefore amo who heet t wave I y

if it
ren than the always| other things for larger appropria























s ; Ww A, isitit ! intir | hich could n
optimistic 76-year-old Chancellor | tions for civil defence and for d 5 AIRFORCE SA-10 Air Rescue amphibiz in : ’ W Mi} fortnig P ol il 1). n the f t hue
expected. —U.P. {wartime medical service."—U.P. iireraft yor Bir g: xy Lt. Henry Wallendorf, U.S.A.F. landed Ay aes: tA: diwouias with» 8 h bagnsse ‘ oman 1 Ki e¢( {ahi ightly to f

Sal ea sae ae eae t Seawell yesterday at 12.30 p.m. after a five and a half fads of the Secondary School ( | ; > ‘
pet ellen ttrpeerpinarsinnmnce j a . ad ; ”) aaa , fe ea a pal 10
. ° hour nor yp flight from Ramey Airforce base, Puerto jn the Island problems conee ; ; ORTLY afte ) se aaa ronal
HERE FOR TWO DAYS i ing examinations. His, v Sore ; Police wete summon |i) back o
The aircraft whieh normally ‘sonsequence of, an , ot ’ ‘ Mk where ine 1 nepativ i
carries a ct of eight carried that of Mr Flecker r,% Elmina Hoyte in] it . ;
crew of te this trip and one |Re\ arene Pe pier 0 f mae ror ‘ : he | Me
passenger H. D. Bowman, a)2tr" : tan te und Higt ; that
member of the U.S. Department School ce fae enc ? ,
7 hia eur fasts: Wied Certificate “xamtr t affo Aj li QO 7
of Agriculture, Puerto Ri Fixe sehool oramte liberty. & irliner lrashe : nod.
Li. Wallendorf told the Advo-{ heretofore and should give sco ‘ t suse
arit t and e ' ‘ ¢ y 1¢ Police
cate that they expect to return to aed oe aantn : che ; an Killed ‘ it € cident ven he 1 \
Pu Rico this evening, leaving }8chool teaching anc o'} - fa To. the J f
between 5 and 6 o'cloc i M Mc rae ha - i Hoy é ie wd , ;
Vissionehe said was a famil- |?amace ae we B itl i Gu raiehas oncent
ion trip, to acquaint per-|7ere Bee ing to England Pee re taki rmat cact
with the islands and air(’* 4s), ras . wu » per ‘ s
in the Caribbean area. Their | ¢, { endameie oe North ¢ ! , a 1 Recalied
was to go to the assistance: le Sr aie G iment House t ' i |
ef an reraft, surface craft or |" ‘ "s
in fact a vessel in distress in| i. ! 4 ‘ Arm
this area and if necessary land | W im Indian En, OVS ! } . is : ,
near the distressed vessel 1 e} ri ¢ é ttered ‘Bab i
off sick people, should that be} Iwiw mn" - es Sea oes
Soa! rate of cite dintredt ‘Hold Private Talk: eit
f st Laie
|

U.N. Wow't Admit



The aircraft i attached to} LONDON, . ! "
Flight C of the Ist. Air Rescut} he Indie epresentat ’ TT nnn . - Vothjyre |
Squadr it Ramey Field. Ac-! ' Finance Ministe Trace ‘Palks Faihvn
compa ng them on the trip wa e! ad ‘ nina! f om 3 s K J { |
Maj. ©. L, Everett, Flight Inspec- |ipic “ine bt 2 eS De Tassigeny Dies ' '
tor of Flight C. iwhere M Gon i t i a W }
rernainder of the crew are}nearly one ) ne !
W. Stopinski (Na tor M McLa« ° »
ant Office Doy Le 1
t Dom pie 1E ‘ ‘ ‘ ¢
R. | llano (A t A ! \ *
er), H. D. Prot e. W Indi¢ {
THIS U.S. AIRFORCE h rT 1 at Seawell yesterd two-day visit. The { Engineer ‘ fulle
ft whic t it 3 of tt 8. Air Rese 3 4 Ramey Airf eB erto Rac Overator). T = Ind Cc ft


PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY 12> 1952

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C DI f alling | Why Men Hate Shopping — OM |
| The male lack of enthusiasm, you are er wing like a beanstalk, i



























revulsion for shopping that your lways work
» } originates in those appalling boy- through the ends of your socks
sees . “ ‘
S' ENDIN Wo weeks’ holid Mathematical Master hood mgments common to the and that you come out in a rash
n Sarbades and stay ‘ ’ R AND MRS ANDY| memories of nearly all men...... if you wear winterweight pyjamas
es pea oh “9 CAMACHO and two child-| the days .on w nich they were in the summer, is never forgotten.
- r. Tr a ren Andrew and Katherine who iken into a crowded store and No wonder that men bear deep
: ees gers had aan " spendit . a month’ ade to hold some article of mental scars frcm those encounters
re yesterday morning holiday in Berbados, returhied to thing up against their shrinx- and buy clothing in an almost
oe S. tady Bedney Trinidad yeste rday evening b img bodies while their mothers turtive manner throughout their
Mr rro M gir B w I A r= 5 ® hatied in loud clear voices about aduit lives
tor of Handy Arnold Ltd Mr " Camacho is Mathematic.| ‘he wisdom of wool next to the |
First Visit Master at St. Mary’s College, +:kin. The utter shame of having Nigel Palethorpe speaking
Master at St Mary s ae, apm 7 7 he BBC ogramme
LSC arriving on the Lady Port-of-Spain, and Mathematical@to hold a vest against your chest in the a. BINS ; aisle MYA CSICTSS
Redney ye ‘ter ia th Tutor of the Extra-mural hile it is explained publicly that “Woman's Hour. IMPERIAL LEATHER e LINDEN BLOSSOM ; .
; y yesterday on eir allen iaas Doth panna Sta ened toes ee NT
first visit to the isla r _ Department of the University | -
rf is * ; He “ es a “ ¥ College of the W.I, His wife is, a
Gs. Fleck Sees ae oe the former Cynthia McLeod,!
J. G. Fleck, President of the ’



Booth Lumber Company in Ot-
tawa and Mrs. Fleck, and Mr
and Mrs. Carl C. Long of AMnnap-
olis, Maryland, U.S.A. They

zy at the Marine Hotel

daughter of Mr. E. A. McLeod,!
tolice Magistrate, District “A”,
and Mrs. McLeod of Enterprise
Road, Christ Church with whom
they had been staying. |

Mr, Camacho has published a!
school text book “A New School




They all lhe



are



ng is a retired electrical
engineer.

With Husband's Relatives

TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 AND CONTINUING DAILY
HORNIMANS £&
E ; . i N + 5 3 oO ]
E Geometry with Trigonometry,”| teas ye 5
A : d which is at present being used in, ee vat GREAT ACADEMY. AWARD STARS Fd
M*. R.M.F. Charles, daughter 50 schools throughout the Carib-| : ; He ;
of Mr. and Mrs, Carlos Clarke F bean - ‘ 5 ee 2 ci g 2
cf Palm Beach Hastings, arrived et Ten Days ‘ ye ‘1 ttt ts HE ah Laue :
yesterday morning from Domin- e . ‘ a Pp , % 4 " ,
tl addy R. and MRS. DOUGLAS ete « whe
‘ca by the Lady Rodney after é 1 i sf gg” . . Pape %.
spending the Christmas and New i M LYNC H left yesterday eve- 3 ‘ ¥ ADEMY WC alae 4 :
Year holidays with her husband's ning for Trinidad by B.W.1A. on | MA J 4 .
relatives in Roseau - MK. A. V. NYREN (left), American Vice-Consul, shakes hands with their way to Jamaica to spend} J , ) ; ar , a. Pe i
She expects to be here for a his successor Mr. Philip Ernst, at Seawell yesterday shortly after Mr. ten days’ holiday with relatives gs? oe ity H ; F t
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i i ae te Beg)
further stay before returning to Ernst’s arrival from the U.S, via Puerto Rico by B.W.LA. who live about 60 miles outside ;
Trinidad hse het ‘hnsks 1d D Mr. Ernst, who is the newly appointed American Consul here, of Kingston. f —~ . a a
Charles is stationed 3 Aint as was accompanied by his wife and two daughters. Leaving by the same ‘plane 4 ;
Medical Officer eT er ah gs een were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin ae 7
SS eee * n~ i * who tad been here on a shor
Annual Leave Mill Reef Club ; New Anterican Consul _ holiday, staying at their Barha-

ISS JANICE BAIN who i: RRIVING earlier in the week \ ey eel y “#8 dos home “West Wego”, St.

on the staff of the Royal by B.W.LA, to_ spend two © ag menage ang ree gk ert
Bank of Canada. is due to leave weeks’ holiday were Mr. and Mrs. } "ived from, the anna Geib After 14 Years
today for! Canada by B A. to Henry G f the Mill Reet & ry BWA, yesterds :
open fa aie i i co a th ol tb ease The . are ; einai ning. He will take over from Mr. RS. IRIS MARSHALL, of}





hativ i i , at » Ocean View : A. V. Nyren who has been ap- Aquatic Gardens returned
= pute t rai ma eae 26th ap rt ete wade veathe pointed as Second Secretary at from Trinidad yesterday morn-
expects to return on January 26th. Mr. Holt said that the weather ‘ ! : ek cman come ce
5 i i nm Antigua beautiful at this time the American Embassy in Brus- ing by B LA, after spending :
pu Representative > an ae Vt » sels r re y be leaving enjoyable holiday in Trinidad—
of the year nd’ the visitors are sels Mr. Nyren will be leaving 2 i , hein tt
‘ginning to come to the island, Barbados shortly with his family her first visit to her Soe a
visit is Mr. J, Coates, Special Elections are now over and for the U.S, on home leave prior a Sonn She left here on Decem-}
ae entative of Parke Davis overything is quiet at the moment. to taking up his new appoint- >¢ See aturatiadi sea “Seceaniinc dual
anc A ., chemists of Detroit ard It is expected that the crop will ment. se ‘nen 4 is tas, bow a
iV eG nee Wetvee- start sometime next week Mr. Ernst who will be 51 next Mr. alter Mi '
day by Seid rom Bermuda and

: ; ~~ Manager of the Barbados Aquatic
; month was born in New York ~*~
is staying at the Ocean View Insurance Broker Club.







N Barbados on a_ two-week ° Pe
DAVID 0. SELZNICK

presents








TO-NIGUT
DINE & DANCE
AT

CLUB MORGAN

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
NIGHT CLUB FROM
MIAMI TO RIO
Delicious
STEAK and CHICKEN

Hotel T present holidaying in Bar- and has had 24 years’ service with
3 A aie I .. the Department of State. His first ets .
Before returning to London bados are Mr. and Wwe post was at La Paz, Bolivia and Airline Information

Mi. Coates expects to visit Trini- Wallace aise Whankedas by he has also served’ at Teheran, R. DAVID WEST, ex-

dad and British Guiana. trom Canada on ts ¢ to. spend Athens, Istanbui, Izmir, Cairo and Squadron Leader and now

i r.C A . aha? coo aaathe. in Port Said. His last post was in @ journalist is at present touring

For The Winter Se hados, et “alniger is. an Liverpool, where he was assigned the Caribbean gathering inform~|
co their first visit to Bar- I _ ‘Anon Broker of New York t0 the Displaced Persons Scheme ®tion on movements of Wie Snel
bados are Mr, and Mrs. D, E City * His wife is the former Which terminated at the end of we btieation gs ee eran

s. D, E . ‘ s § pam pave AD ny iblicatio: Ae autics

Davids n of Shediac, New Bruns- Grace Pedder, daughter of the !@St year. : P aaa » He spent two days in

wick, Canada. They arrived yes- jate Mr. Charlie Pedder of J. P. Mr. Ernst was accompanied by maken iad caehere on Shiites

terday morning by the Lady Rod- Morgans Bank, New York City. his wife and two daughters. They aay +60 Famnise oa

wey for the winter and are stay- Mr. and Mrs. Biniger have Spent a few days in New York and .

ing at Stafford House. visited Barbados on several occa- @ few days in Washington visit- WL. T
Mr. Davidson is a retired Man- sions. ing their respective relations be- +l. Lour




Starring

LAURENCE OLIVIER

- é Academy Award Star of *Hamlet*

"JOAN FONTAINE










DINNERS










e Acad Award Star of * icion”
ager of the Royal Bank of Canada F D minica fore coming to Barbados with a LS pepe a tour of the West In- Dial 4000 for & ee ae or ats
Last H : I . rom om : .,.., two day stay in Puerto Rico, dies in the interest of his firm Reservations & : KF SANDE
s ast Here In 1946 ‘PENDING a month's holiday is Mr, Graham Crowley, Travel- . ations ~ "i Me GEORGE SANDERS
PENDING part of his six: with her step-daughter in From The Wind ling Representative of Messrs 4 a) Dire ey : ny j
\ months’ holiday in Barbados Wellington Street is Mrs. Clara 4E subject of Mr George Rudolf van der Walde (Canada) ) ALFRED HITCIICOCK JUDITH ANDERSON
is Mr. John Carrique, Director of Nordé of Dominica, She was one Hunte’ talk “B shi As the Ltd. of Montreal. He arrived on : sm thibetedt daiba te th benhaaine Precuced by
Abbey Realty Company in Mon- of the passengers arriving henge News" oda te , on ae Thursday morning by the Alcoa £ , bis 4 EAGLE LION FILMS DAVID O. SELZNICK
treal. He arrived here on Thurs- by the Lady Rodney yesterday 8 cel yer Pa usion tonight at Planter from Canada to spend ee peepee g ,
day morning by the Alcoa Planter morning. o'clock will be “Electricity from about ten days. He is staying at ae TRA be 7.
and will remain for about four 27 Years the Wind, the Obkat, View Entel PLLLLLPLLL ALLL PL PD PL PEELE ELEEPL PALA AAAAP ATP tatu eotlae New
weeks staying at the Ocez ie , :
Hotel. ne ae Ocean View R. A, Samuels of Arthur Seat, Two Weeks %



From Barbados, Mr Carrique St.
goes to Trinidad where he will bados yesterday morning by the



, Visitor
Thomas, returned to Bar- FTER two weeks’ holiday in a one of Cal-

TRY IT TO-DAY 3 Me



Barbados, Mr. and Mrs.



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take steamship opportunity for Lady Rodney from Boston where Gordon Hamilton ‘and their gary, Alberta, is now back EM P rR @O TE ROYAL ROXY
France and England to spend the he had been residing for the past daughter are due to return to here for her usual winter Vist. -
remainder of his holiday 27 years. He paid a visit here Trindad this afternoon where She arrived yesterday morning by To-day 4.45 & 8.15

He was last here for the winter five years ago on holiday, but Mr. Hamilton is an engineer with the Lady Redney and_ will _be RICH IN PROTEIN, THE FOOD FOR MUSCLE, |, es i and Continuing Daily
of 1946 when he spent six months’ this time he has come to remain. Apex Oilfields Ltd. They arrived remaining for three months stay- BRAIN AND NERVE To-day & To-morrow 4.30 & 8.15
holiday. He was accompanied by his wife. here on December 30th. ing at the Ocean View Hotel.





£4,54560"
OPPOSE PSE LAA PAA





,

EMPROTE, a concentrated food composed of milk powders,
both skimmed and full cream, specially cooked and processed
soya, National and barley flours, soluble casein and prepared
wheat germ has been designed to provide in a palatable form a
particularly nourishing food beverage, rich in protein, the
nitrogenous principle of food so necessary for the building up
of the nerve and body tissues and the maintenance of health
and fitness,

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| Republic Action Double —
|

| VERA RALSTON —

| W pound has to be pegged still fur-
BY HE AY e@ee0aee58 By Beachcomber ther. The policy of bolstering the

liquidity ratio is a policy of frus-
* . . ‘ tration.
REMARKABLE performance Erse battering a smorl elpliss pea Papuan Solk-song
by a_ singing mouse has with is nawstrills by bruat fore
startled the experts. I see no need Sum say, ho yes, that hour seesaw “ HERE are advantages,” writes
for astonishment. The explana- be not a hart, well then, what a little fellow, “in being ver 1. ae actresses
c L ané , , 4 a A ry N’T s se film actresses
tion of this, as of pretty well the devvul, ow herbout wacking small.” Of course there are Shen, I DON’T suppose fi
everything today, is drugs. pease with noziz, O grashus me, :

JOHN CARROLL
Marginal note
in

. will be very pleased with Lord



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is ¢ wy of > ; ~ . ‘ + y * 4,
I eXpect that mouse’s whiskers ow it doth make us owl and raw ae Sons they ing among the pig- Merthyr’s suggestion that « OLLINS DRUG STORES -SURRESDER”’
were steeped in hashish, and when with merthfullniss to think hov â„¢&S Of Papua, which illustrates engaged couples should i +h ad
the effect of the stimulant had hiddults and kompost mentiss 0M Such advantage. pelled to wait longer than iy Broad & Tudor Streets
worn off, it probably sang like any ones lashin hout hat a mizrubble YU should see my Papuan sweet- present before marrying. It wees x .
other -mouse—which is not saying old pea like that. Gossh,_ sir, heart | mean waiting longer for aaate SSS AND
much; How long will it be before seesaw his the creme ho» In his little Papuan hat. first divorce, and that woulc









‘ -
schoolboys who race tortoises will heesthetticleniss compered with He could walk, without removing entail lack of publicity. | TODAY 4.45 & 8.30pm
be able to get hold of something to this babbyishniss. Butt hit being st, |

asieicetods > Warner's Action Packed Thriller! Pp te °
make-the favourite go more slow- the fostive seezun, us three Under the belly of a gnat. : Sas “ ” SHOW DOWN
ly? earby doth callinge Erse. to , AS Professor Tinker points out, : ° CREE Sey ROGAN «a0 T e ENFORCER L
a poosh is pease oop and down this has the exaggeration of all B. elie adio Zero“MOSTEL—Ted de CORSIA—Roy ROBERTS
A few facts and figures folk-poetry, “It is

hour plonk hin the vostibool hov _nos a_ literal
7 F ; ry what he truth, but a symbolical one. Any

and Continuing Daily B'town





henny westend ostel

Special To-day 9.30 a.m. & 1,30 p.m Starring:
7 recently pubjished news js hov liking to chuze. Papuan, walking under the belly Pro ramme “GUN 4 | MIDNITE TONITE "
-—ewhich has so far not We hare, ho yes of even a giant gnat, would almost RUNNER | COMANCHE. wen ot as Z | WILLIAM ELLIOTT —
be on denied — that a woman who The Filthistan Trio in the cen his hat knocked off abvonbax, Jancany’ is. 30en Jimmy Wakely & | Maureen 'Oiare
Ives on e ourth 00 o 1 5

a4 SB tata Bcatlaen Ve. Prance Re oon ROLLING WESTWARD MacDonald Carey & A ADRIAN BOOTH
h se climbs ten times as high . . . The News. 12.10 p.m. News Analysis. 7 “KANSAS RAIDERS Dial
a 1 : TooOte. SaNiRRict REN Answer to ¢ hallenge Deep in the City 4.00—7.00 p.m, $1.32M 48. 3 s J Bk LS Audie Murphy 2316 |
year, seems to prove, if proof- EAR Si HAT is called (for want of a mie Re nha k DPELATZT.: ODDO

: Sirs . 4pm, The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily a OES TIN

were needed. A the ope an eke i hsie worse name) the liquidity Sue Vine: 4.15 p.m, Music from Grand i AZ A Dial 8404 | GA i E T The Garder SPECIAL MIDNITE SHOW
vey ea ae =) 1, 5 p.m. Western Counties vs. The Last 2 Shows To-day 449 & 4.30 Pm | ST. JAMES












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who lives in a basement, descends your letter containing a challenge “t th the ta of freeing the




1 Africans, 5.05 p.m. Interlude, TIME OF THEIR LIVES’



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THE RITUAL MURDER CASE

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the knife produced b



said tha
Super
not possibly have b@en the instru-
ment used. The knife could not
possibly have caused the serration
of the skin found on the outer
part of the skin.

At 10.40 the Assistant to the
Attorney General closed the case
for the prosecution,

Defence Counsel called
witness, and Mr, Field
menced to address the jury.

The Outline
“rae ld pointed out to the jury

é U as customary in opening
cases of this sort to place all the
facts before the jury in the pre-
liminary oufline of the case They
would, however, remember that he
had made no mention of the state-
ments which the accused was al-
leged to have made, since it was
considered irregular in opening a

to the jury to refer to any
alleged confession which the ac-
cused might have made. It was
for that reason that the alleged
confessions of the accused were
the subject of considerable objec-
tions.

He had not been able to make
mention of the statements of the
accused at the time of his open-
ing, and if he had, it would have
saved him some of the time which
he would now take to address
tnem,

Mr. Field asked the jury to con-
sider the case from two main as-
pects. The first was, the evidence
given by witness Colvin Phillips
The fact that Phillips did not actu-
ally take part in the killing of the
child, although he was present, the
fact that he held the torch and
that he subsequently went to the
sea-side where the accused is al-
leged to have thrown away part
of the child, the fact that he ac-
companied the accused to Salt
Peter Hole, all constituted that
Phillips was an accessory. . An
accessory, nonetheless, because he
was unwilling and was forced to
accompany the accused.





no
com-









An Accomplice

Undoubtedly, the defence would
make the most of that circum-
stance. They would tell them that
the evidence of an accomplice, if
it was accepted, must be accept-
ed with great reserve, and thut it
was dangerous to convict a man
on the evidence of an accomplice
unless his evidence was corrobor-
ated by some other witness.

At this point, the Crown Prose-
cutor deait briefly with the law
relating to the evidence of an ae-
complice, and said that in due
course he would deal with the
evidence of Colvin Phillips. In
spite of the part of an accomplice,
there were the necessary ingredi-
ents which the law required

As regards the first aspect of
which he spoke, the story given
by Colvin Phillips relative to the
morning of the 19th, the day the
child was murdered, was corrob-
orated by witness Haldon Year-
wood who said how he went to
Goat House Beach and there he
saw the accused, his brother and
Phillips. He had gone to purchase
sea-eggs, and he saw*a book on
the beach. He told of how they
left the beach and oe ew
and his brother went by the upper
om and he and Phillips took the
lower road. ; = J

That part of his testimony was
a eorroboration of the story told
by Phillips. Phillips deseibed
how the child was seized and
squeezed around the neck, and
how he left the accused until th:

ight.

: The mother of the child had
told them that the child was miss-
ing from her place about the same
time that Colvin Phillips said
was taken up. Colvin d
how in the night the child was ct
into two, and the liver and t
heart taken out and put into a }:
and as they had heard, the remains
of the child had been found





Silent Testimony
“That is a silen stimony of

Colvin’s story th he chiid was

12, 1952

old them that the child was cut

endent Simmonds could #nto two and part put into a near-

by fleld of canes. Dr. Kirton had
also described the shape of the
skin with the serrations, and that,
too, corroborated Colvin’s story
that it was done with a sickle

The doctor had also told them that
the absence of blood in the re-
mains suggested draining, and this
also corroborated the evidence of
Phillips

Colvin also said how he went
to Salt Peter Hole with the ac-
cused, and described what took
place. Inspector Bourne also told
them that Colvin was the first per-
son who took the Police to the
cave

There might be the suggestion
that Colvin was a liar, but why
should he put himself in the posi-
tion of being an accessory after
the fact, and yet not say one word
of Mclvor Greaves, Mr. Field
asked. “Why put it on his friend
alone, and himself as an acces-
sory? It would have been the
easiest thing in the world if Col-
vin wanted to avoid complicity in
the crime, to suggest that some
other person was with the accused

Corroboration

“I submit that Colvin Phillips
has not the knowledge as the ac-
cused,” Mr. Field said, “He is not
the clever or intelligent person
that could have concocted this
story. On that part of the evidence
which deals with the circumstanc-
es of the case, I submit there is a
super abundance of evidence
which would corroborate his evi-
dence. And further, if we need
corroboration in this case, I sub-
mit that we have corroboration
from the accused himself.”

Corbin also told them that she
heard the voices of these two
people when they were together
at Magdeline Rock’s. The story
was further corroborated when
they found the remains of the
child, and above all, by two of the
statements made by the accused
to the police—the statement to In-
spector Bourne and that to Sgt.
Alleyne,

The Crown Prosecutor read ex-
tracts from each of the four state-
ments given, and described the
statements as “positive evidence
of corruboration—the best evi-
dence of corroboration.” He asked
“Who could better corroborate
Colvin Phillips’ story than the ac-
cused himseli?”

Referring to the first statement
to the Police, Mr. Field said that
that brought them to the second
aspect of the case. The statements
differed in some respects, and an
important factor was the date on
which the various statements were
made.



snvestigations
Mr. Field invited the jury to
mark carefully the circumstances
under which the statements were
made, and reminded them that
Cpl. Bryan, carrying out investi-
gations at Pie Corner, first asked
the accused if he could tell him
anything about the missing child,
and the accused replied that he
was just about to come to the Sta-

tion to make a statement.
Bryan took him to the station,
but did not caution him, because
he was not charged. This was on



the st of September. In that
statement the accused placed him-
self in various places at certalr
times, but ma mention of the
! abo whi he i he wa

going to t station to maKe 4
statement

Mr: Fie! ked, “Is that a
statement ai t the loss ft
child or i ~ an attempted
alibi by accused, He had to put
himse! i th company of hi
broths t Harris’ shop, later going
home to sleey

Now they came to t statement
made to Inspector Bourne on the
24th of September. T X }
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cut,” Mr. Field said. Phillips hadwhen MclIvor Greaves, of whom

they would hear a good deal from
the defence, was carried to the
station in connection with having
explosives in his possession.

On the morning of the 24th
about 6 o’clock, constable Sargeant
was called by the accused who said
t him “man, I couldn’t sleep at
all last night. I want to make a
statement.” Mr. Field suggested
that he couldn’t sleep because he
was too busy preparing his state-
ment, having seen Greaves
brought in on the afternoon of
the 23rd

Cautioned

Before he made this statement
he was cautioned, and he made it
to Inspector Bourne, He told the
Inspector that six weeks ago
Boyce had a loan from Mclvor
Greaves who came to him and
asked him if he knew anything
about Black Art Books. He replied
‘no’, and asked him if he realised
that some blood must be shed in
order to get by.

He later tried to see if that thing
would work, and an agreement
was made as to which was the
nearest child to the sea. “That
statement,” said Mr. Field, “is a
eormplete confession of his actual
participation in the crime, and
the part he was to play.”

On the 27th he was charged by
Superintendent Simmonds for the
murder of Geoffrey Boyce, and
after being cautioned, he made a
statement. That statement was not
extraordinary, but it was inter-
esting, because it would give them
an insight into the ability of the
uccused.



“You are not dealing with any
uneducated person,” Mr. Field told
the jury. He commented on the
language used by the accused in
this statement in which he said
“T have already given a statement
to Inspector Bourne which has
been accepted by all and which
also points to another suspect.”

Mr, Field said, “The person who
made the statement to Superin-
tendent Simmonds on the 27th is
not an ignorant person.’ He was
taken on the 27th to District “E”
Police Station where he was to
appear before the Police Magis-
trate, and there, realizing that he
had failed in his first attempt te
exculpate himself, he calls a
policeman, and makes a “volum-
inous and magnificent statement”
n which he put up another alibi.
He told the policeman that it was
his intention to tell Superintendent
Simmonds that he was going to
report what had happened to the
Yolice, but knowing that it was
only the “two of us”, he didn’t
because “I might kill myself.”

‘Stupid’ Evidence

Mr. Field termed that bit of
evidence “stupid”, and said that
those were all confessions. They
were only concerned with one per-
son, and that was the accused and
on his statements, if they accepted
them, and he would put it to them
that they must as there was cor-
reboration, then any talk of ac-
complices must pass out of their
minds,

The aceused had told Superin-
tendent Simmonds, not once, but
twice, how he had overhead other
rersons discussing how they
would commit the crime, and he
therefore submitted to them that
he accused was the person who
took up the child, carried it to
Chandler’s Gully, cut it up and
disposed of it.

He told the jury that they could
net held it against Colvin for
giving up his friend to justice, be-
cause he had not given up an in-
nocent man. Colvin had not the
brains, nor intelligence of the
accused, but he realised that the
time had come to relate what h¢
pened, On the other hand, th
accused, with his better knowledg







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and learning, had tried to put it
on some other innocent person.

If there was any suggestion that
Mclvor Greaves took part in the
crime, as was suggested by the
accused, it should be totally re-
jected when they came to deliber-

ite

In any trial, no matter whether
it was murder or any other crime,
certain evidence stood out supreme
Not the elements or anything could
destroy that kind of evidence. In
this particular case, there was one
piece of evidence which stood out
supreme. That evidence was the
evidence of the remains of
Geoffrey Boyce—a “silent testi-
mony” of how the crime was
committed.

Mr, Field referred to this part of
the doctor’s evidence, and told the
jury that when the accused in his
statement said that Mel vor
Greaves had used a knife to cut
the child, he put the lie into his
own mouth by trying to implicate
Greaves.

“I defy anyone to get around
that,” Mr. Field said. “It corrobo-
rates entirely the evidence of
Colvin Phillips as to how the deed
was done. Evidence which he
thought would be of assistance to
him, like a “boomerang” “returned
on him.”

Story Substantiated

After referring briefly to the
evidence of the other witnesses,
Mr. Field said that they all sub-
stantiated the story about the time
the child was taken, and said that
the remains of the child would
stand out a “lone challenge”, to
any argument advanced by the
defence

There were also other small
matters which were brought out
by other witnesses in the case, and
which had no particular bearing
upon the innocence or guilt of a
person. Yet, after they had heard
all the evidence in its true per-
spective, they would stand out as
another beacon in respect of Col-
vin’s testimony. Those small mat-
ters in this case were important in
showing that Colvin was telling a
true story of what took place in
Chandler’s Gully on the 19th Sep-
tember.



Before he sat down, he wanted
to make a few other observations
on another aspect of the case,
which was not unlikely to be
raised by the Defence. Undoubted-
ly, the Defence was going to sug-
gest that Greaves had some know-
ledge of what took place. It
might even be Suggested that he
was the person who put the sug-
gestion into the head of the ac-
cused.

They had heard and_= seen
Greaves in the witness stand, and
they would realise that it was not
unusual for a man to go into a
church alone. If Greaves wanted
an alibi, he would not have gone
into the church to eat the fish-cakes
which he had bought, he would
have remained at the shop as was
his custom

Jury’s Duty

Mr. Field warned the jury that
they were not concerned with how
many persons took part in the
actual rime. They were sworn
to try the issue between the
accused nd their Sovereign the
King, and therefore they should
not allow anything which they
might have heard, or any of their
suspicions to ay them in their
deliberation but would weigh
the evidence as a whole and
rrive at their verdict.

urton Springer was the only
man with whom they were con-
cerned, and he had no doubt that
upon the evidence before them
they would come to one conclusion,
and that was that the accused was
guilty.

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PROCEDURE

QUESTIONS affecting procedure in the
new House of Assembly are already being
raised. One incident in which Mr. Adams
and the Speaker appear to be in disagree-
ment as to the Rules of the House was
reported in the Advocate of January 10.

The inference to be drawn from this
incident is that Mr. Adams considered
himself to be right as to the Rules of the
House. In the United Kingdom on whose
Parliamentary Rules the Barbados House
of Assembly bases its own procedure, the
Speaker’s powers are substantial especial-
ly in respect of rulings as to procedure.
The Speaker of the House of Commons
has a legal adviser. He is independent of
all party considerations. But the Speaker
is also responsible for observing the rules
of conduct of debate so as to curtail un-
necessary argument,

In 1919 the powers of the Chair was
made independent of any preliminary
motion and the Speaker, or in Committee
the Chairman or Deputy-Chairman, of
ways and means were given power to
select, in respect of any motion or Bill
under any consideration either in Commit-
tee of the whole House or on report, the
new clauses or amendments to be proposed.
The conduct of debates in the House is
therefore largely dependent on the skill,
knowledge and impartiality of the Speaker.
The importance of the Office cannot be
overstressed.

There is in Barbados a body of opinion
which thinks that the present system of
conducting parliamentary business is in-
adequate to the needs of the day.

This school of thought points to the fact
that the Governor is unable to approve
of any expenditure exceeding £50 and
regards delay as inevitable because there
is no permanent standing Finance Com-
mittee of the House in being. They would
like to see Government business speeded
up by the introduction of a committee of
this nature. Another school of thought
which agrees that time is wasted in hand-
ling of Government business is reluctant
to consider the establishment of a standing
committee for two reasons. ‘The first is
parliamentary. They cannot understand
why. the handling of Government business
cannot be speeded up by the expert guid-
ance of the Speaker, whose knowledge of
rules of procedure and control of debates
give him power to stop time-wasting irrel-
evances. This power they feel can be
safeguarded by appointing a legal adviser
or advisory body for the Speaker as is
done in the United Kingdom. Also they
do not understand why the House should
restrict its meetings to one day per week.
There is no reason why the House should
not meet as often as twice or three times
weekly when major debates on the budget
or similar subjects are taking place.

But they are cautious about recommend-
ing any standing Finance Committee of a
House which is not notably composed of
members experienced in finance.

This school of thought, needless to say,
is led by traditional Barbadians who are
anxious to conserve, preserve and safe-
guard the privileges which are vested in
the House of Assembly. Speaking as they
do with decades of experience of political
life, they are inevitably biassed in favour
of building on existing foundations and
are reluctant to embark on_ procedures
which appear attractive to those who have
less knowledge of local ‘conditions and
loeal parliamentary practice.

Their reluctance to change is not how-
ever based on a stupid resistance to change.
They are preoccupied with preserving the
parliamentary system at all costs even
though the creaking of its machinery
apparently causes delay. ‘The House of
Assembly is composed of the elected mem-
bers of the people and those members can
only represent their constituents if they
are allowed freedom of speech, and are
not to become units of counting for party
purposes. The speed and conduct of
debates must depend on the expert guid-
ance and knowledge of the member select-
ed by the House to perform the arduous
and non-party task of Speaker.

, It would be a fatal day for Barbados if
even it were thought by any body of
opinion (local or external) that efficiency
of governmental business depended on the
disassociation of the representative House
of Assembly from the day to day conduct
of affairs. Already there is grave cause
for concern at the tendency towards mono-
poly in West Indian political life, which is
due to a shortage of members skilled in the
subjects which clamour for their attention.
If this monopoly should extend to the
king-pin of Parliamentary life, the Speak-
er’s Chair, then a blow would have been
struck which would extinguish what we
all want to preserve—democracy.

Banowre Succes

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Studies by the Dairy Herd
Improvement Association of
the United States show that
careful feeding and good
sanitation are the most
economical means of insur-
ing strone heifers.

By Dr. H. A. HERMAN

The growing of dairy calves is
e of the most important, yet
often neglected, phases of dairy
farming. Experiments if the United
Slates nave shown inat by raising
ather than purcnasng breeding
tock, a dairyman may bring about
«ffective improveme.t in prodyc-
Uon by the use of good pure-bred
sires and the careful selection of
newer Kaising heilers, rawme
than depending on random pur-
chases, also Makes it possible 10
peevgnt more eilectively tne intro-

aucuionh OL contagious diseases su
i tuberculosis ormasuus nO ..2
herd,

ine maintenance of a dairy
herd in mumbers and estabiisu-
ea production levels requires
we replacement of 20 Ww sv

per cent. of the catlle annualy.

sludies show that the average

cow in,;the Dairy Herd Improve-
ment Associatons of the United
male remains in the herd from
3.6 10 4.7 years afier fresnening.
ine growing (of approximatciy
9,000,000 to 6,000,000 calves per
year tor replacement purposes
is expensive for the entire
aauy indastry. Likewise, it ,i:

ilem Of no small cost to the
average individual herd owner

who must return part of his profits

from milk production if he

C per to keep his herd at con-

ant ize,

All too often young stock is
found undersized at freshening
time, and the results in produc-
ion are disappointing. In gen-

eral, it is well to go on the theory
that if a calf is worth raising
it is worth raising well. The
mortality among calves is great.
Many herds fail to progress, even
tnougn the best sires are used
and a production testing pro-
gramme is followed, because
calves from the best cows are lust.

Une essenual feature of any
call-raising programme is the
careful selection of calves to be
1aised, Two many dairymen
avtempt to raise every calf. ,Ob-
viously, many. cows are interior
and snould not be allowed to
propagate, It costs as much to
vaise an inferior calf as a gooa
one. Some goal, with respect to
production of the dam and pre-
dicted transmitting ability of the
sire, should be established. Many
practical breeders are finding the
best way to cull dairy cattle is to
cispose of a really poor cow and
all her offspring. If the goal is
» 400-pound fat-producing herd,
the culling of calves from dams

below that level must be vigo-
rous,
Another important factor in

calf raising is the feeding of the
dry cow. The raising of thrifty
calves starts before they are born.
The calf makes its greatest
growth before birth, during the
lust two or three months of ges-
tution. Cows should have a six-
to eighteweeks dry period and
must be fed so as to be in good
body flesh at! calving time. The
dry cow should be fed plenty of
good quality green, leafy hay,
as well as silage if it is available,

and enough grain feed to keep
her in a_ thrifty condition, A
varied diet for the pregnant
cow is tmportant. Cows forced
to live on poor roughage with
little green feed or grain in the
diet often calve in thin condi-
tion and produce poorly. In
extreme cases of poor nutrition

of the dam, calves with a low-
ered resistance to disease may be
produced. It is a well-known
fact that poor quality roughages
are usually low in Vitamin. A
and often in Vitamin D. Green
feeds, such as pasture and silage.
with a minimum feeding of
grain, however, may be depended
upon to make up such deficien-
cies, and special mineral or vita-
min feeds are seldom necessary
to supplement the usual diet.
Good sanitafy conditions are
essential to proper ealf raising.
In many herds, 8 to 10 per cent.

Our Readers



Deep Sympathy
To The Editor, The A@vocate=*

SIR,—This letter is to express
the sentiments of those who are
in deep sympathy with the
U.S.A. and all those aiding in the
bitter fight in Korea.

This is a war against traitors
and Americans are giving their
lives to uphold the justice of a
freedom-loving country which
has extended help to all nations.
The words of Vice-admiral
Turner-Joy to the enemy “your
words have gone too far in your
arrogance” shows the provoked
spirit of a civilised man. People
of many nations who have
become American citizens, and
made good will join in this fight
against traitors to the cause of
Liberty.

Red Cross booths should be set
up to aid America. We should do
our bit for Uncle Sam—may God
bless America and lead her to

Victory.
LOYALIST.
January, 1952.

Blood Donor

To The Editor, The
SIR,— Yesterday
tered Blood Donor I was called
to the Hospital, where I found
that a patient was in the theatre,
and the doctors awaiting my
arrival in order to operate. A
pint of blood was taken from my
arm, with no sensation except a
tiny prick. After drinking a
strong cup of tea, I saw the
patient wheeled out of the
theatre, unconscious but breath-
ing well. I wished her lugk,.and
drove myself home feeling as “fit
as a fiddle.
Recently a



10th

~
(dvocate—
as a regis-

friend of mine, by

prompt donation, admittedly
saved the life of a colleague’s
wife who had collapsed from

haemorrhage

Blood transfusion is a form of
medical treatment depending
entirely on the goodwill of the
public. Unless blood is available
in emergency, any of us, or of
our nearest and dearest, may die
for lack of it, or struggle need-
lessly for life. Every family



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



sful Calf Raising

of the calves born alive die before and gradually switching the calf to|

, ‘ 7 |
one year of age. Severe epi- a dry grain mixture or calf starter.
aemics, particularly white scours Much labour is saved by feeding
and pneumonia, are more fre- the dry mixture,

nd the necessity |
more disastrous in of having hot water at feeding!
large herds than in small ones. time is dispensei with. There are |
Many pure-bred dairy herds no pails to wash after the first six |



quent and

nave diticulty in raising enough weeks to two months, and the
replacements to keep the herd dager of spreading digestive
at optimum size. Studies at trcub es is Yessened. Under the

agricuitural colleges in the Unit- plan the calf is fed whole milk
ed States reveal that 25 to 40 per for six to seven weeks, From the |
cent. of death lossés occur during first week on the calf is induce |
the first week after birth, and a to ¢€at concemtrate mixture and |
total of 40 to 65 per cent, the leafy green hay, and the amount!
first month. Only about 25 per of whole milk is cut down gradu-|
the ally. |





cent. of the deaths occur z

second month, and for older Skim milk, when supplemenico
calves the mortality is usually With @ grain fation and plenty of |
less than 2 per cent. Thus, about good roughage, Is the best feed for |
80 per cent. of calf losses occur he calf up t@ six months of age. |
during the first 60 days of age Tne change from whole milk to|
Scours and pneumonia account **!m miik should be started when |
for the majority of deaths, The the calf is between two and three)
germs which cause infections or “&°*S old, depending upon the de-|

velopment and heal.h of the indi-}
vidual. The change from whole to}
skim milk should be gradual. One|
pound of skim milk may replace}
an equal amount of whole milk,
the substitution teing made at the |
rate of one pound per day. As a
rule, the calf,will be entirely on}
the skim mi-* ration by the tim,}

white scours are harbored in
barns, bedding, floors, and are
very hard to eliminate. The vir-
ulency of such germs is high
and it is not uncommon to find
75 to 90 per cent. of the affected
ealves dying or seriously retard-
ed in growth. A sanitation pro-

gramme which has given gooi |, is one monthold. Thereafter the

results in curbing these losses amcunt of skim milk should be

follows: increased until the calf is receiving
Provision of a ciean, disin-

10 to 14 pounds at two months o |
fected maternity pen wiin ciean age; 12 to 26 pounds at thres
fresh bedding for each cow is months of age; and most calves
necessary at calving time, A will take 16 pounds before the,
13-ounce can of lye dissoivea reach the age of four months, afte
in two gallons of water makes which time theamount sh culd ne
a good disinfectant for con- be increased. A good quality.)
crete floors and should be ap- leafy, green hay, preferably leg
plied after the floor is scrubbed ume or mixed hay, should be kept

clean and be-ore the bedding efore the calf at all times. Silage
is put in place. is too bu%ky and high in fbre fo
As soon as the calf is born, célves and is not recommended

its navel cord should be paint- * ntil they are at least three months |
ed with tincture of iodine. This °'¢: | ; |
Heifers over six months of! age |

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is a precaution against bod
infection. are easy to care for but should not
Before the calf nurses the be-neglected. At this age tne heife) |
first time, it advisat le , is growing rapidly and responds to |
wash the cow's udder with £204 care and managemnt by eco-!
warm water and soap, and nomical gains in body size. Studie. |
then rinse the udder off with ®t one of the Agricultural Experi--
clean warm water containing â„¢e>t Stations in the midwester
chlorine . ® State of Missouri show that neg-
7â„¢ * MC adi we ec be
The calf s cant lecting the feeding of calves
eat ct , ee ~~ * anaes tween 6 and 12 months of ag¢ |
milk.” Colostrum ek sans results in an increased growing |
antl-bodies which weer wen, cost. Heifers should not be kept}
calf resistance against’ disease tat, but rather growing rapidly |
is rich in Vitamin A ke ae sufficiently developed t
‘ie Sank’. vac ‘a caro- be bred for freshening at the nor- |
effect oh yf ag at i igs mal age for the breed.

Leave the calf with the cow
two or three days, or keep the
calf in a separate pen and per-
mit it to nurse three
day for the first three days
Wash and disinfect the udder
and teats each time before the
calf nurses

Do not overfeed. About one
pound of milk for each 10 to 12
pounds of body weight per day
is sufficient. An 80-pound calf
should get about one gallon of
milk (divided into three feed-
ings) per day. Be sure the milk
is warm, 95-98 degrees Fahren-
heit, at feeding time. Overfeed-
ing usually causes common
scours,

Keep the feeding pails clean.

times a

Give them the same care and
treatment as milk pails for
Grade A_ production. Nip:

pails are very satisfactory
may help reduce digestive tr
bles.
Keep the calf in a draft-free,
dry, well-bedded pen. The use
ot slatted floors underneath the

aut






bedding will help insure dry
pens.

Do not overcrowd the calf
quarters. Individual pens or

small colony houses, which hold

6 to 10 calves, are best,

At the first signs of sickness,
remove the ailing calf to separ-
ate quarters and disinfect the
pens and put in clean bedding
for the remainder of the calves.
The use of sulfa drugs, penicil-
lin, and streptomycin helps in
treating calf diseases, but pre-
vention is the best cure.

Whole milk the first few days
after a calf is born is important.
Calves have been kept alive, but
few cases of thrifty, normal
growth are reported where milk is
not supplied the first few weeks
of life,

Where whole milk is sold, calves
may be raised successfully by feed-
ing whole milk for a short time



Say...

should contribute; and show else,
in an ordinary life, can we vol-
untarily help a person near to
death?

The hospital is very short of
donors, and I repeat that giving
blood is easy. Perhaps my experi-
ence will help someone to over-



came natudal reluctance and
earn, I think, a certain satisfac-
tion.

MISS D.
9th January, 1952.

IBBERSON,

Congratulations

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—May I congratulate



From six months to one year o! |
uge the heifer may be fed most.)
on roughages, including pasture, |
with a moderate amount of grain
During the summer months green |
pastures furnish excellent ana
yel'-balanced feed. Unless the
pasture is unusually good, now
ever, a little grain feed is recom-
mended, and this is important fo:
extremely young calves, six to nine
months of age. Legume hays, suci. |
as alfalfa, clover, soybean, arm
cowpea, or a mixture of these hay
and nonlegumes, is excellent for
growing heifers, This roughage i
rich in minerals and vitamins, ma)
be fed satisfactorily free choice
and with just enough grain sup-
plied to keep the heifers growing
well. Where plenty of legume
roughages and silage are availa-
ble, a grain mix consisting mainly
of cosa and oats ig desirable

American experiments in feec
requirements for growing heifers
indicate that about 10 per cent. of
the energy and protein come from
rerain concentrates, 35 per cent.
iiutu hay and silage, and 55 per
cent. from pastures. The heifer:
were housed in a shed type of barn,
open on the south side, but closed
on three sides, Hay and Silage
were fed in large feed bunks. Onc
man cared for 80 heifers and dr:
cows, and did additional farm
work. The amount of grain anc
the period of time that grain was
fed varied, depending on the
amount and quality of roughag
and the condition of the heifers.
The general plan of the grain feed
ing was to supplement roughages
o as to keep the heifers in good
growing condition.

The use of such a calf-raising
programme means economicai:!
frowth, strong and hardy heifers
good soil conservation practice
cheap housing, and efficient use ol
labour. (CATTLE & DAIRYING
cee also AGRICULTURE).







importance, The difficulties are
great and many; but I do not
think that the pupils of to-day are
inferior.to those of the past; and
those difficulties were overcome.
It is widely known that the whip
was instrumental in the system of}
the past. To-day we abolish the}
whip, and introduce age-grouping.
L do not say that the same goal |
cannot be achieved but as in all!
events, there must be great set-
backs in the transition period. I
would advocate that the critics be
more patient while the new ma-



chinery is being installed and a

new system of working, which will

the give greater production, is being

Publicity Committee and specially brought about.

Miss Joan Kysh in the excellent
way they have organised their
publicity Bureau. The Shopping
Guide, Time Tables etc., will be
a great help to Tourists, But what
a waste of their efforts and
money if when Tourists arrive
the shops are ali closed.

If Barbados wants to cater for
tourists, they must be prepared
to put themselves out, as tourists
will not always arrive during
shopping hours, =

For instance, in places such as
Madrid Casablanca, France, and
Switzerland the shops are open
to eleven and twelve o'clock at
night. There is no need for this
here, but like yesterday every-
one knew the S.S. Caronia would
not be in until one o’clock, shop-
keepers who are -interested in
tourists could have given their
staff a morning off and opened
from one o'clock to 8 p.m. so that
the tourists may purchase their
requirements in the cool of the
evening.

The shop act would naturally
have to be amended for such
occasions as might arise. But it
is certainly a waste of time and
money to go to all the trouble
that shop keepers did. and to
have no chance of any reward.
CONTRIBUTOR TO PUBLICITY

COMMITTEE,
10° January, 1952
Education

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Certainly the problem of
Education is one of paramount

experts that there must

But I need here to remind the
be no
weak link in the chain of the sys-
tem. In installing new machin-;
ery, so long as it is not possible |
to discard the old altogether, one}
has to be very careful. There
must be a smooth meshing of the
one into the other; for if the old)
neglected and disdained, breaks
down through lack of grease, the |
whole engine fails.

The older teachers, who are. not |
to blame because they did not en-|
ter a Training College and on |
whom the bulk of the work still}
rests, who by hard work weather- |
ed the storm, and brought Barba-
dos to what it is, who have at-
tained the highest technical quali- |
fication of their day,—Certificate
A, these should not be overstepped |
by men who stuff and cram a year
of theory, and are inexperienced:
for the Model School at Erdiston,
this part of the machinery is not
in order, and needs immediate
overhaul,



I suggest that the now Trained}
Teachers, go on to their maximum
as agreed by contract of the last
revision; that the bar be lifted)
from the present teachers with|
Certificate A, and they be put on}
the trained scale, and allowed to!
go on to their maximum.

For future trained teachers,|
without A, a bar, according as
the Director may feel may be}
placed at some point before the
maximum is reached. |

A YOUTH. |!

going to collect Postmarks not stamps.
In comes a Christmas card with six Bar-
bados circles. “Four St. Philip, one St.
Thomas and one St. James.” It was ad-
dressed to St. Thomas in the ‘first place
so I can forgive a little searching, al-
though a look at the Advocate’s “Who’s
who for 1951” would have made it too
easy. What I don’t understand is why it
should have a post mark “Port-au-Prince



Haiti” or “St. John’s Antigua”. No won-;

der it didn’t get to me until the second
week in January although it had reached
Haiti by December 14.

I was amused to receive an invitation
“Come to NASSAU, BAHAMAS, ideal
tourist resort” on the back of another
Xmas Card which reached Bahamas on
December 22 in time for their Xmas.

On the front I read MISSENT TO
BAHAMAS which explains why it never
‘reached me till 1952. Never mind I no-
tice that the G.P.O. is teiling us “DO
NOT BURN CANES.”

What I would like to see on all letters
ismy old motto CERTA CITO, which
may be freely translated for the oafs
without Latin “it gets there quick and

it gets there straight” (copyright reserv- |

ed by Nobody).

YEDNESDAY—If ever there was a day for
national mourning this was it. On Jan-
uary 9, 1799 Pitt introduced income tax.
He did it as a war.tax. But look what
happened. In the first year Pitt’s income
tax brought in over £6,000,000. By 1815

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it was bringing in £14,320,000, And in |
the U.K. in 1947-48 it was taking away |

from individuals no less than £1,189,- | ’

728,000.

Fine war tax it turned out’ to be. But
in England the taxpayers are drawn
from the people who elect the Govern-
ment. In Barbados, imitative little island,
no such thing. Less than 6,000 pay tax
but nearly 96,000 can vote—TWICE. 1!
say it’s a bit thick what! Did somebody
say NO REPRESENTATION WITHOUT
TAXATION? Yes! Nobody said it.

Mr. S. R. There you go again. Blowins
your own trumpet.

Nobody: Which sounds worse a trumpe
or a tambourine in a bus hustling along
the Leewards Coast with six in a sea‘
and the passengers telling the conduc
tor to step on it when he’s already
doing 55?

Mr. S. R.: Why pick on me?

Nobody: (Silence).

FRIDAY—HUMPERDINCK’S Hansel and
Gretel was spoilt for me by the deep
throated rattle of non-suppressed motor:
which disturbed the Sunday afternoor
repose of Nobody's quiet three hours
There is no better way of adult education
than listening to the radio and yet those
privileged to own a radio cannot some
times hear the morning news from Lon-
don because vehicles radiate too near
their sets. One day somebody might!
realise that a tax on radio sets is a tax
on knowledge and that failure to insist
on suppressors for vehicles is sabotage
of adult education. Meanwhile Nobody’s
voice is the only one that is raised.

SATURDAY—A week ago to-day Columbus
discovered the West Indies in 1492. On
that same day in 1950 the British Empire
Society for the Blind was founded. There
is no connection between these unrelated
events, but it is interesting to see how
fashions and names change with the
passing years. What Columbus discovered
was a very tiny island SAN SALVADOR
or WALTING’s island, one of the 700
Bahama islands or cays. The name West
Indies has stuck even though the Baham-
as will have nothing to do with what we
call the West Indies to-day. I favour
Antilles myself. The French do it, so why
be wrong?

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Sharp's Toffies
Marsh Mallows
Kraft Cheese

Carr’s Biscuits
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FROM FRANCE
Mumm's Champagne
Louis Roederer
Dry Monopole
Velle Cure
Prunier Brandy



FOR THE BABIES
Strained Fruit
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Senile emieseapedenaceate egemcecneginaaiilieeiachemetoeyeiinondiliniveasanancacaninaeinnD cicada ada tasacaiacetee teenie
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@ From Page 3 ments read to them which the SUG 7 OATES . > . A 3 a
police said Springer had made SUGAR DELEGATES SIGN Speightstown Round-up
Addressing the jury, Mr. ¢ i You are entitled,” he said, “to oe
Cla e Sal I the tin , had tl 1 form your own opinion as to the rp
I before tl way in which they had been ob- Tt > Cl |
ent’s* defence nines 1€ wren |
ue (tei r \ that It is within your province to ‘ |
: \ : iecide whether the confessions ( | “k A | |
m es ne h ! “S are true in part or in whole and A oc % mie |
7 I c phate # vl ~ weight you are going to put TH » Ti » |
re t pauen i to them.’ i
will not allow the inconvenience As to corroboration of Phillips’ 1€ ime
wh Anae ng to in- evidence, he said, it was for them Z
fluence r verdict after they had been warned and iyman's Factory, St. Peter |
Unique Case had heard the law from His Lord- scted to begin her crop on |
“You will and must realise that Ship to decide whether there was ry 28, the manager Mr. C.F |
tl ase is unique, ver 1ese corroboration. They had heard in tol Advocate
exciting and unprecedented to the course of his speech, certain



public here points picked out by the Counsel
They would hear from His for the other side and his asser-
ordship as they had heard from tions that there was corroborative
Counsel for Crown, that it evidence
of the Prosecution to “I for my part will try to show
est lish the uilt of the accused you that none of it amounts to
reasonable doubt, he corroboration,” he said
as on the Prose- Were they satisfied that the
cution in eve criminal case, offence was committed in the first
vhether the most trifling one of place, he asked, If they were sat-

t will be spending hi

nager of Haymans
rer of Joes Rive

has succeeded M
haymans

ctor was sche

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nt said, but delay

of machinery for th
s caused the starting da

be put back a week

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< I most serious one, isfied that it was committed, were
‘ rove the commission of the they satisfied that it was commit-














ff e accused ted by. the accused,and were the) pe chiefly what the-fac
You are not required by law, satisfied’ that there was actua 8 waiting Ash from Hay
ence r justice to return a corrobor tion. If th were satis- Te 1} ae rie a tt
based upon probability or fied with those poin then they Ls —'s ee ALOns sa
he said. “Unless the would be satisfied that the accused the “ety niteen aa et ee re '
as d 1arged that burden jad committed the offence to } re ve it tt is the n anage r Sal
is been thrust upon them Ki ; .
riminal case, the ac- Evidence Wanted Film Show
H i E meh quitte d.” They had to have evidence con- ‘Wordsworth's Country” will |
He id he ould submit to necting the accused with the crin included in the free film show
r b n't the ) gone ‘8 The learned Counsel for the other which will be held by the Britis
e: oi ag alguns aes ide had said that Phillips testi- : chp Council at the Assembly Room
is th ld i their. law mony was confirmed by Yearwood SIGNING of Conimonwealth Sugar A sreem ‘nt at Ministry of Food H.¢ Pic ture hows The Minister Speightstown, on Tuesday night
: : “ict igently num- Who went to the beach to buy sea of Food, the Rt. Hon. Gwilyn Lloyd Geor M.P., signing the agreement Also pated are (left) the A varied programme has be
arate ha tans ll the salient facts ©&%> and who had tried to borrow fon. T W. White of Australia and (right) the Hon. H H Col of \. Standing (left to prepared for the a ‘ \
of the case. tl vould agree that the book. But, its being confirmed right) are Mr. H. R. P. A. Kotzenberg (South Africa), Mr. G. M cle 1 West Indies), Mr how is sponsored by the B



then wis not material. The fact J. M. Car

pbell (British West Indies), Sir Philippe Raffray, K.B.E
that Yearwood had told them Watson (Fiji)

and Mr, H. R, F Council once every mont!
Phot Assembly Room



there was i



1 the case a tremend-







ou ina g ive d

“In my submission,” he said, Which road Burton Springer and —— eee rae ae Sot. Sn age nee on oe Band Concert
“upon the evidence which you his brother took was not the point. 4, u that it will be impossible for the ating vari- duced the same effect as a sick] _ The Police Band will be givin
have heard, it will be impossible The fact that the body was dis- y say that you have no ous ; of signifi- The mi that Mc. Ivor their usual monthly open air con-





for you to return a verdict against sected by a serrated instrument, a t that it was he cance i ( ‘ the n, what evi ert of light music and calypsoes

my client and then sit down and too, was no proof whatever that it lone who phyxiated : f k ie ‘ brought to show that & ae St panes a wee e Yarc

eat your breakf d sleep in was the accused who used the ser- Seah j I ‘ errated 0°" uesday nign 1e conce!

ace.” . tr > . wae , : Gna i. will be held chiefly for the en

=e rated ee nt aee9 } cannot determine who accused was asked whether he re- = beh AB BO DOIDE. tort inment “of the inmates of the
oe Ela The fact that the c had two ohoked this « iild, then it is your cognised the knife as the one he r from Greave \ ene ' Pe

A uesome Crime chambers had been pointed out by ; & ' coe nshouse nuts residents =o



duty » bring a verdict of not 1 een him with, but had sai u i ! t that it hac : ohtetn oa an
ances of the case Colvin Phillips. Were they on that ar FaRe . : ; Speightstown and its suburbs wil

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ut the : guilty”. t v somewhat like it es COge no bt take the opportt ewrge The Humber trademark ]
, but that strength to decide that the infer- The Crown’s Prosecutor was ; “When the Police hid Greave At 1 id that the jp, wn the band 2 F
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ere gruesome and crue
r ice them in any ence to be drawn was that asking t accept Greaves’ and the accused on Mt. Friendship nil d ke it. But in any is your guarantee of lasting
\ ne aid ause a gruesome : ver We . ¢ , 1 . - ie . ac pt i é I ( 1 OF 1 Pri } : “ ‘ M .
; rs E OEE eR nat Spr inger was ~ gle oe evider s an independent ro ‘ eccinac peated } 7 ‘ to the cave The Church Clock e quality, fine appearance and
n that the vere called upon = Sot o Ene TS, CORE Sure ae ate . witnes And having accepted his cy ions tt 1e Me. Ivor G it he had seen lil ie unrivalled strength. The
te eked Oh auetiaas but they could infer that Phillip vidence, it would not require cor- \y; j had , i t jue, but he did Many of the people of Speights- ri sie nail i
( . for the Crown had told knew the cave very well voboration. But Greaves was in ehild. W i . ke did town depend on hearing the St World's leading quality
i t \ a . the hz Wer : : : I : . } °
ere were two aspects Supposing that y a id even axactly the same position as Phil- jf he had done th i, h A Foolish Man Peter's Church clock bang out eact ’ ; bicycle carries (this mark of
lt that S ser hé ee 1ea i. 727) pas wae ‘ . t } h s at » iig Kee r
af , cars drew their te t that Springer 1 iG een near i H ‘ j hand in the jently denied it ‘ Prosecutor had i 0 tha ; they mi ght k eep in, W 0 Gietinetion.
4 the witness Colvin &¢ hand when another man mur- ieed and whateve he said could Th f ‘ t the knif t t ¢ t Philliy : vi touch with the time and set th
Phillips cered in c ra that “A not make 1ot be accepted unless they found police took from Greave home. 1 f w e the accused ‘ 7 ms in Ce ne. c i
t i , 2 > jut recently 1e vurch ¢
He admitted to them in his open- him guilty of the murder . hat it was corroborated C traight edge and was not had read boo : . : ‘VIS th
! peech that Phillips was an ac- The child did not die from a ted, ero ed ne thing H ’ that ymetimes these has been very deceptive come ca) } ZeS A)






7 days, it does not strike 1

Unusual Action cated peopl Oo more crimes strikes 1 af 10 nd duapine the
» . , ~ ‘ . Cni le.’ ‘ . . re -
You saw Greeves’ demeanour Straight Edged Kniie ignorant people,” Mr. Clarke afternoon, it

vhen he was being cross-exam- “The doctor had said the child’s 54, “but if criminality were the

plice and told them that they being cut open with a serrated in-

uld not mind Phillips’ being an strument,” he said, “but the child
. abit

accomplice, as his evidence was died from asphyxia.





strikes two at one mark of

3 and continues to make errors i






















corroborated There were four types of death | dd.” h “You heard ft Vi- c i bee { 1 ted 1 t £ education, then th t ing 5 )
“But I will show you that you by asphyxia, suffocation, strangu- aa ce 2 rn a hi . Nineia dee asin aes oo aa oe bit din quicker we put aside education rik a Big ss ond ou after \ i »
cannot help but reject his evi- lation, hanging and drowning. It “oue’’ “iN Ba iS F ases instrument, true enough \agerett! ; A ui day it improved as it in "VT e 0
aan P J : of various articles of diet and how cause the Police brought away “e better it would be for us. cluded nine in its striking but it }))
dence.” was not even known which of the 2 ; be tmee | ee Mee B . ry Crow: Drnmed : ch ee pe .
: i he selected the Vestry room for {hat straight edged knife did not vn rosecutor haz ll struck two at one. It how- [4
this ge, Mr. Clarke cited a types of asphyxia the child diea hie fast. He ai most unusual X hat was the kitchen Sid that Phillips might be a sim- ever keeps good time
case on the law of corroboration. from Be S0GRs 3 An ey rie come Seley mised hea ple chap, but re 1 The Chinn: Clock. don
It was an old case, he said, but it hing, a thing which for him was knife with which the accused had P hap, but he wa honest. It he 1urch clock does n
wos still the basis of the law. Witnessed Choking very irregular. Queer that he seen him.” eu not he unreasonable if they cltime at every quarter of an hour j
, ri should have done this ow that day! I! » ked, having Wondered at his honesty in tt as the Public Buildings clock and 9)
The rules of corroborative evi- The acefised had told the Police 10u lave done is ow that da) What man, he asked, having | ey Mes et tk suvpodaiha What. amest tei
dence had arisen, he said, in con- that he had witnessed Mc Ivor ‘He said he went in the church dissected a child's body, would Police en Tee to inform the mis triking “ean have on some
sequence of convicting a person Greaves choke the child and that @d read a bible. proceed to take ik. the: enite How vuld ! i residents of the town
. . s mets on , by lait ow coule tihey . ; esic ;
on the unconfirmed testimony of could be taken as corroboration ‘He was brought in by the to his own hom« For man to ot the conte Ah u tid, ev etatintanian soriedek All
one who was admittedly a crim~- that that was the type of asphyxia Police for having explosive sub- do that he would have to be a very Hl ; i is in eee ing this week was preparing te
T sarned C . . . ms . ” . ne a stance ese wi a . : Sas ait “we ‘ could they ay iscara 108 7 < Wi é t
inal, The Lear a fe SE ects from which the child died. tance in hi pot ‘ 7% . end re abnormal man. aeet fo1 hee f ca this and accept that’? He hh leave Speightstown by bus for
Crown had admitted tha os “Therefore you have to deter- Was under suspicion by the police that the Police took that knife ou a Gas bares Bridgetown on business and in
was a criminal. Therefore whee mine who choked the child,” he iM connection with this crime. He of Greaves’ home proved abso- g tended leaving at 2 p.m, Bellev : : ;
was required was some additional said. “The Prosecution has to es- Was taken from District “E” jutely nothing ing that it was around 1 p.m.—as The Aristocrat of all Bicycles
evidence to render 3 proche pti tablish beyond a reasonable doubt Police Station in a police van and It was possible that an old Tepe ee it really was—he was relaxing at
oa Pee ee ee Tee that he was the man who choked W®s there with the prisoner w ho kitchen knife would have pri IK ‘ H ’ his home from where he coulc
rue é ae ow Suen . . re by » Police . » clock ¢ ! q
Before they returned their ver- this child. Phillips says that the WS also taken there by the Polic LyVew ome For hear the clock opriis Sang wang
dict one way or another, they had accused took the child in a bag G ar li 1 \ ' t is ha k soon a8 a oe
, aes } h 7 kK im ¢ ace 4 ‘ oro 4e ind the reside vas te
to be sure whether they could ‘and choked him and the accused ° Y tl e m VOraiiel Aus in i ania
I lips’ i ir < prised. He soon after discover
safely act upon Phillips’ evidence. says that Mc. Ivor Greaves took oor eceive Oo Lume. past i see eons Cee Sean. at
Statements the child and choked it ‘ A @® From Page 1 Pee et hed. enether. aur. oe
M ( 1 hen proceeded to Who butchered it is not ne- t Ti yj is ict i UF ea ied covaver. because
are h the statements which cess:rily responsible for the death OO Uu ] ¥ Qaoo) apavred entiauon and on the *! Bo ae ie the clock Woull
P i i th d had One ma hav choked it anc : re vertical tifled n when it w A FULI
the police id the accused had yn n € louvre hict ee hiftad a, have notifie him i l UL
made to then killed it ond another carried out $ prep eh . ON « s . at ot alk rene aE er i 1 © veally two o'clock
It was a matter for them, he the dissection \ BC IRTY E ‘OOR WOMEN and children rece sie ‘ a uy be nevever angle the Residents are hoping to have the RANGE OF
said. to decide what weight they “When you analyse this evi- | and foodstuffs at Mount Tabor pasture yesterday evenings Phe oor, toot ah ptats . clock soon repaired
were going to atta h to the'stare= de nee, gt ntlemen, I am submitting} The articles were sent to Madame Ifill by the American Aid rej; forced concrete and the roof SIZES AND
Society and was part of a shipment of 15 barrels which is flat "
WELCOME GIFTS arrived in December me ib -wnsliintind bart are “Sheffield” Due Today MODELS IN
Madame Ifill made the distri! \ ca ¢ lea
. : If ir thick ipe ntir r H.M.S. Sheffield’s mail
tions. She was assisted by Rev. a oc g are ne mee ; ’ ) . ) ' STOCK
Mrs. A. C. H. Pilgrim, Mrs. Edith tox “paints ahd tt vernen which is being kept at th C.F. Harrison & Co., Ltd.
Shorey and Mrs, K. O. Grannun : Anriinbat Thi ayia , ant | Harbour and Shipping De
wife of Rev. Grannum who was to the colour used partment, 4 welling d afte DISTRIBUTOR
lso present vhite lot e , {
The women and girl re given The om P aa re ind ai ie Sheffield is expected &
} f igh r ‘
dress hile the boys received, anc 1¢ of the partition aaa alt ive at Carlisle Bay today and
hirts and pant Handbags and the I ) e ( All thi crew will no doubt be anxious _-

hat were also given out. Oat will be condu ' to find owt whether there is mai!

Spe id > ce evercueee Wie ramet an te eg eet oe ee Sener AFTER THE XMAS RUSH

al rec i
Other parishes to receive ¢ h- ony However, one of the first — A :
g 1 istuff ; rist }ent cuy i ( magaz >| é gside the Challen- . 7 rat ’

ing and’ foodstufl were Chris [ent cupboards and’ ‘magazine to, pull up alongside the Chatlen YOU'LL NEED A TONIC

Church, S hael, St. Thoma a tr ' 1 baleor in teps this morning wi y

St. Jame s Andrew, St. Josepl

St. Lucy and St. John, The people

of these pirishes got their f

oi eee " EVANS
10K of be eee thank “HEPR( NA”

of Wee York who assist the A Just Received —
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fer emer em Toe te de a| TONIC RESTORATIVE
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which members of the staff can re iking off the mail to the Shef-

| fter
BELGE nel field,

ciation in helping the xf

a fresh shipment of



the We t ] 141 I i it ir _— a
and Busine Manager, Mr. Hilber An excellert Nutrient Tonic containing the = anti
Wilkinson, Mr. Evans Waithe is|% H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd.

tribution took place at Mount Tabor the Treasurer and Mr. Ernest Al

an Aid Society leyne, President HH Reo Se eee
= — ft TOT TOG aOOQrOSD = =

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si i ada! S POTATOES per 6 1! 84 18 %

BABY CROCHET BONNETS, Each 2.06 & $2.35 Mi S CONDENSED MILK~per T 34 31 x

eta (akan ot *% CARR'S CHEESE CRISPS 1.12 1.00 8

BABY CLOTH BONNETS, Each . 1.30 Of Dh % CRAWFORD'S CREAM CRACKERS 1 64 1.50 %

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\ BABY SUN BONNETS, Each $1.50 & $1.68 x DUTCH CAULIFLOWER (broken)—-per Tin 37 $

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i) BABY BOOTIES, Each... ne T2e; & 66e. 3 DANISH SALAMI—per Ib 1.31 %

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BABY COATS, Each , $3.60 %s BLACKBERRIES—per Tin 94 &

a Maa % SOUTH AFRICAN LOBSTER—per Tit 69 &

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PUIFRLIC NOTICES | PUBLIC SALES |

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FOHK RENT

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SATURDAY, JANUARY



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HARRISON COLLEGE | xoxrmar





AL | SHIPPING NOTICES

12, 1952







———_— een | My Drug Store will be closed from} REAL ESTATE HOUSES AUSTRALIA AND NEW) acy,
Japuary 13th to January ist inclusive.) “Reon pr . — The next term at Harpison College will) ZEALAND LANE LED.
Fer Bisths or Engagement FOR SALE eept on Saturdays when I hope to be| , BEST BUIL DING SITE on Sea Rocks ee = — | begin on Tuesday, the 15th of January.) MA | agra teak
announcer Carib Calling the ® there to answer any call that I am abie Lighthouse Road, Christ Church. Apply A FLAT—On the seaside, containing] 1952, and the School will be in session | ‘oot | od a wenadeane a
number of words to, Mrs. E, L. Drayton, Enterprise, Chgist | ope ah and gallery, sitting room] from 9.15 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. | M.V. TEKOA is expected to, load at eccamt Carte snd Pansenters ‘or
per word for enact 5. B. cuagiee, .. | Sneed 12.1.68-—an. |and two bedrooms, dining reom, kiteh- D. BE. M, MALONE, | Aystralian Ports for Trinidad, | Barba- Dominica, | Antigua. Montserrat,
Terms cash. Phone 25 9.1 O_o jenetic, toilet and bath. Apply: The Secretary-Treasurer. dos, Bermuda early January and arriv- oe. and St. Kitts. Sailing
between 8.50 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death AUTOMOTIVE | . HOUSE—One Double Roofed Board and | Moorings, Nr. Prospect, St. James. Governing Body, | ing at Barbados about March 20th. riday 16th inst.
Natives onky after 4 p.m NOTICE Shingled House 2 x 117 x 8.6" 12.1.58-~d. College, | This vessel has ample space for chilled “
CAR—I Ford Prefect. Bargain. Owner z H. ©. Toppin, Cove Mill, Mt. Mish APARTMENT—Very comfortable Apart- 18.5.ae—ie | hen $0080. SAG Genes coe iis. of i ER ge dans i dk
ine Charge for announcements of ae a case. Waaee 4 PARISH OF ST. LUCY . ery part- | Cargo accep ol oi ;
Bishi. SSicteges, Deaths, Ackpow ~~ island this week, Phone 20 > | 1 HEREBY ive NOTICE that as 14 12.1.6 ments # Hastings, near Aquatie Club : | Lading with transhipment” et a —, ania, St. Viena Samant
ledgements, and In Memoriam notices is id aes an ~~ | persons have been nominated as fit and | “TSpewaRTVILLE”—A bungalor sage fepoivas ene room or two feoms QUEEN COLLEGE | for Brie Sulane, i of ee
$1.60 on week-days and $1.80 on Sunda CAR—One (1) Austin A-40 in excellent |2roper persons to serve in the Vestry for! 15 at Moan mip’ ha eet ee eee . ae a ; i
for any number of words to 50, and dition. Phone 2382 or 4334 Parish of $t. Jumey for the year 1952, | O0°° og ees mands with running water, speetion by} The next term a Ques College wil bash lade: oeiale Relie
3 cents per word jays and 6.1.52—4n nd as only 19 persons are required by | °" eatin nee and extending } appoiatment. —_ on * 15th of January! For ae ray & Co., Ltd. B.W.I, SCHOONER
4 ent: per word on Sundays for each} — I ie aw, I will hold a poll at the Vestry trom the, Sabie Seed Sie > anes A. E. semis’ Lid. 7. in seqgion | FUR IDAD. OWNERS ASSOC. INC.
additional word “AR < - r s for | toom, St, Luey, next Monday, the 14t Dial from 8. m.—3. . : j
ae “One 199% Chevrolet Car parts s| coy of January 1952, between the hours | oe eee, pm a aw ge 1a 10.1.52-—4n D. 5. M. ALONE, } B.W.L Tele. 4047.
—_————_ ordan, Bossobel, St. Peter f 6 am. and 4 p.m. | ity and government we ° oN eT eo he Secretary-Treasurer. } DaCOSTA & Co., LI
* r : 12.1.52—2n E. St. A. GRIFFITH, | Vants Foose 52 eRe. BUNGALOW, BLUE WA’ Governing Body. eS Con tah
DIED a censinennmennmenanieln Sheriff | Spr by appointment with the BAES--608-50 poe ?. a. Queen's College. | B.w?.l,
r 1984 Cheyrelet Touring Car M—1323 in 10 1.52@—4n, | Undersign Emtage, Da Costa & Co. 12.1.52—2n j

4 New Tyres,














xcellent condition
























BEST: On January 11, 1952, at her resi-| @attery. Dial 2250 or 3007 E. H. D :
», Veritnor Land, Reckley, Christ . 12.1.52-—3n
. Ellen Constance He ee eee
er jeaves the above residence # CAR—Morris 8 H.P. 1948 model in good | 4
4 ponte teday for St. Me 13 Chureh] rvnning order, no reasonable offer
nd .thenee to the Christ Chureh vrefused. Dial 3032. 12 1.52—2n “



















of the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on

The property will be set up for sale
Office
Friday







by Pubuec Competition at our
NOTICE James Street, Bridgetown, on
Applications for the vacant Hawley’: | /8th instant, at 2 p.m.

nnuity will be received by the Clerk | YEARWOOD & Sore. oa
SAP tE-nEEP pC H=T nS EERE PSTN

952
Saturday the 12th January, 1% ONE HOUSE on the sea at ani

Applicants must be widows, of the











(8

HOUSE--m 10th Avenue Belleville, fur-
Low rental as owner prefers to
sub-let rather than close for two months
Phone 6009 or P.O. Box 218.

nished









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Sa - TA a & tah ates —_—_——n€
Ce Sa me A. Best (Husband), Solo CAR_One Buick 8 (J-1) in excellent] o#rish of St. Michael, who are in stralt- “eee oes td — lane ee ee from the = to Ro sal
aie a B, Is rea} ened circumstam « an) , March, May.
mom Best (Son), Gertrude’ John-| endian. Apply i. N: Simpity Soin. | Forms. of ‘application can be obtained | #4rdens, Jaime, “July. Apiy Mrs L.” Weatherhead | entrance on 14th at 10 a.m. when OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
ugha a ints Mans | ef eo the Vat Cle Og ne EERE, Sak Serie * 9 ees eee A eta et nee
(Gren on), Monica and Cen-| 1947 Hudson Sedan 14,000 miles. Excel iiak ak bs Poe EDMAN, ae ons. ao me w! by, swonieg we new | tae
i treat gra iid- | 'e>t condition and just right for Tourist jerk, . 1ae * ~~~ school
2 paptardieg. 2 panbplegienyetepres ciaion|', Sapna, sates, ats oe Rene, Seaton ov. umgon, | vous ee Re ee
-- mr y RO a nd ouse :
HOYIE: OR January 11, 1952 Mabie] casily be made inio a pick-up. Fort NOTICE house standing #2 ee ft. of land] modern conveniences. Frise i bs 'S.S, “BIOFRAPHER” .. Newport &
Elininadioyic. Her funeral will leave| Royal Garage Ltd, ‘Telephone #004. |. srenpmy GIVEN that it is the in-| One stone Bungalow at Brittons Mil 'S.s. “c OFTER” a 7 er We
_ Proeictite * a0 a tne bea e ——epen cman 4 ention of the Commissioners of Highways | standing on 2 Acres of land, Suitable 3s. aS o* ae 1 5th Jan. 16th Jan,
3 a R ate P i _ = o mao ELECTRICAL of the Parishes of Saint George and Saint oe. - “ay, diain teeatlh “uheaie' binaia ae ye RETT” +. Liverpoo! 6th Jan. 18th Jan.
rte aamack ST, Me SLE frotar a" aana to eran to | Ose Subpages GOVERNMENT NOTICES SS, “TRIBESMAN’ —“. M/brough &
Chureh, and thence to the Westbthy introduced into the Legislature of this | Eagle Mall with growing, dining ang Londen 10th Jan, 30th Jan.’
Cemetery 7 aie DIEP FREEZE—One second handf sand a BM authoriaing the said Com-|>rektaat rooms, ¢ bedropms, tollet a —_ a
ee kh ~ ! ¥ at bream PRESTCOLD Deep Freeze in good work: } nissioners tot oan Et Ea it
ull (Mother), Irene Ellis (Suster)+] ing condition Apply Hastings Hote (a) Increase the salary of the Inspector|, “PPly fe ~s . janine
3 Winston Ellis (brother-in-law). | | ra, 11.1,52—61 af Highways of the said Parishes | Lane 12.1. Sean DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION | HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
42.23.51 * to a sum not exceeding £500 per} . |
ih ssciaenle-secalinecacginiiahsoliidaiiogeee LIVESTOCK annum, and j iap 10 Tenders for the of Skimmed Milk Powder to i Vessel For Closes tn
KS (b) Increase the travelling allowance | AUCTION the Is. ' . Barbados
THANKS FOR SALE Two Riding Horses of the said Inspector to a sum not Pub! ementary Schoo . ls “LINARIA” 1 5th
——— ens! Phone — 3668. fh.1.52—Sr exceeding £100 per annum. | Siiateemireeaeial siicmancoanpanpial a ae Ae -Liverpoo Jan.
Ceo ee eetirrennanenmsaaes ft Tae ae Minnennen e_BOve Stapee StUen | undersigned will offer for sale to Tenders are invited for the supply of 80 (eighty) tens of Skimmed ss. PLANTER” .. London 9th Jan.
LEWIS—We the undersigned beg to he Ist day of April, 1951. } publ their office on {














MECHANICAL

One second hand Bogart Piano

friends who
cards,ietters or

in PIANO.

return thanks to the
dead sent w ath

, ny} way mpathized with

our recent sad ber










vement caused by] Apply to Mrs. Elder, Mason Hall Street
the death of Agha n Lewis Opposite Boys’ School and next to Ice
Gertrude Leigh (miece), Richard Factory 12.1 52—1n

Legh

7 TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portable
Typewriters, 1952 Models, price $140.00
Your inspection of these superb machine

[is .nvited. A. G. St. Hill. Dial 3199.



(brother-in-law), Sweet Vale, St. G























~~ “tition at
‘Dated this 8th day of January, 1962.|Frigay the 25th J
CARRINGTON & SEALY, A dae
Solicitors on half an

25th January at 2
wall dwelling house

pm
standing



s acre of land at London Road,
10.1.52—3n | prittens Hill. Dwelling house comprises

——lopen Verandah, Drawing and Dining

NOTICE Fooms four bedrooms, kitchenette, toilet

2 and bath. Government water installed.
PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES For inspection apply on the premises
1951—38. |to Mrs. A. FP. King the owner any day

All persons wishing to manufacture

between the
*ANCY MOLASSES for the purpose of

hours--of-8 to 5





For further particulars and Conditions
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1,1.52—I7n.—e.0.0 xport under the Barbados Fancy | o¢ Sale coals t. pie
i Ld | dolasses Production and Export Act, NUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,
eager ee Br | Ss $37—15 are asked to apply to the Depart- Solicit

Orders “tae now being “taken for | —— MISCELLANEOUS gent of Agriculture for an Application | James Street

: re ne > oe u 7
Gladioli and Dahiies for delivery tn | were RIES Torchlight | Batteries : cae & a. er ee the » January, oe 18.1 Ergo.
December 1952, parties interested in| cents es enligh| atteries cen \p51, after which date applications for By recommendation of Lioyds Agents
booking please phone 4442, t. Geddes « ge Ph Steen ee ee ermission to manufacture Fancy |. will sell on TUESDAY 15th at our
Grant Ltd 10,1.52—t.f.n. | * re sey 9.1.68--3n Molasses for purposes of export cannot| \y..+ 17 High Street:

Tuitton in Mathematics for the General - ae considered. J. P. PETERKIN 18 Cartons One-O-One, 8% yds. Rayon,
Certificate of Education (Ordinary, | “CANE CARTS—5-6 ton Heavy duty ae Secretary, 10 seers Ae eae RALaries,
Advanced or Scholarship levels), or for with pneumatic tyres and over-rur Fancy Molasses Control and Pe pkes . ornflak ze ins Baking
B.Sc or B.A. (General) of the Londor brakes, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. Marketing Board. Pe eee dane aoe
University, by first class honours 8.1.52—fn 8.1.52—3n. nes Shees, iidren § .
graduate Boy Panta lete Ope i “poor MATS— FPibry Do State. ic Fa ao ad Be agent RO eae,

vis. 5 p e or t ousies " .
ro a See ee sizes and designs, Unbeatabic NOTICE Sale 1230 o'clock. Terms — icant
Ser w. eat dae aN 9 Rs Applications for ane vacant Frizers ares,
1










CAMERA—One (1) Speed Graphic
Camera, complete with Flash Gun and
FRoliflm adapter. The Barbados Import
& Export Co,, Ltd., Plantations Buliaing

12.1.52—3)

HELF





AN OVERSEER for Hans
St. George.

Plantation
person
12.1.62

please apply



Bred



Barred Plymouth







Garrison
12.1, 52--In, | several
prices, G
Broad Street.
WANTED | = crnnsegenecenahnge tiller

'

‘

‘

Rock Eggs fer hatching, 36c. each

A CLERK--for the Hardware Dept. | ifertiles replaced John Alleyne
One who has bad not less than 2 years Ebworth, St. Peter. Phone 91-20.
experience. Apply in WEAR gu N.B 12.1.52—3n
Howell .1.62—in wo
deeeauappeicncnnepentconaansiot ERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR — Massey

GLERK—Junior Office Clerk, apply in| Harris, Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616.
person RK, M. JONES & COMPANY 8 pe ue Ee eae: 52-—-n
LIMITED. 11,1,52—7n

—— anne GALVANISED SHEETS — A "GAINANISED SHEETS — A limited
OFFICE CLERK--During Cro office | Guantity, 24 guage, 6 dt, $5.60, 10 ft. $9.33
clerk, preyious experience an & vantage Enquire Auto Tyre Company, Trafalga










Ipturday the 12th January, 1952.

Applicants must be widows, of the) j7h at 2 p.m., One Fordson Tractor, It
oarish of St. Michael, who are in strait-|),.< new spare tyres and iron wheels
ged riccumstances. Terms cash

Forms of application can be obtained | DARCY A. SCOTT,



nnuity will be received by the Clerk

—
I HAVE been instructed by the Govern-
the Vestry up to 12 o'clock noon on ot ten tenete : wt

ment in Executive Committee to sell at
Seawell Airport on Thursday next the

Government Auctioneer

‘rom the Vestry Clerk's Office.
E. c. 12.1 52—4n

REDMAN,
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry.
6.1.52—4n



TAKE NOTICE

NOTICE

PARISH OF 8ST. ANDREW
17 candidates having been nominated
or the Vestry of St. Andrew, ft hereby
leclare my intention to take a pel) at
he Vestry Reom St. Andrew on Monday
i@xt January l4th,, commencing between
he hours of 8 and 9 o’clock in the



Apply: Manager, Lower Reote Factory.) *% Spry Streets. Phone 2606 nerning and closing at 4 p.m. for the
1.62-—7n 12.1.52—t.f.n T ection of 10 Vostrymen |
7m ———E WILLIAM D. JORDAN,
TYPISI =Shc Mhand desirable but not} GRASS RAKES—12 wide, Heavy dut Sheriff
ust hove had onstruction, Courtesy Garage. Dial 461t 71.52—4n
in typing Agee 8 1.52—6n
$120.00 per month Appieatior ———
ing to FITZPATRICK GRAHAM & © o., MANURE SPREADERS--Massey-Harri ijOTICE That CROSSE & BLACKWELL
BARCLAYS BANK BLDG Heavy duty. deal for applying Megass« N LIMITED, a British Company, whose
6.1.52—-3n | Tiller-press mud or pen manure, Dir Re Estate of trade or business address is 20 Soho
enemas | 115, Courtesy Garage. 1.52—fn ALPRED BIAS PHILLIPS Square, London, W., England, *Mami-

—_—
PIANO--One (1) Piano in i condi
ton, Phone 2382, 1.52—4

MISCELLANEOUS






























Loan £28,000

WANTED- ‘Secured by firs
morigage, Apply: Yearwood Davee] PLASTIG TABLE COVERS—In beautt



2”. | ful designs with one and two colour
1s St” x 54” Prices $2.68, $3.22 and
each at Kirpalani, 52 Swan Street

12.1,.52—2n






MACHINES-—Old
@f order. Appyy: Mr
Street or corner F.
Streets.

Macnines ov
Vaughn, King’
child and Probyr
12.1 52—-10n









TANKS—-Galv. Tanks 200 gallon. Th
teneral Agency Co., B’dos Ltd, 14 His!
itveet. 5. Ei 52—6n







ise i the —
Advertise in LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Advocate The application of Maude Inniss of
Indes Hill, St. Philip, for permission t
For Results wes | Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a boarc



e shop at Blades Hill, St. Philip

AM wted this 7th day of January, 1952
A. W. HARPER, Esa..

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.”
Signed VERNON BRATHWAITE,

‘ for Applicant
N.B,.—This application will be con
lered at a Licensing Court to be held a

ollee Court, District “C" on Monday, the

District * on Monday, the




! Court,
st day





‘Aa the first eneete, put of January, 1952, at 11 o'clock
a few drops of Vicks . A. W. HARPER
Vartromal up ) each not Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.’
uit. a-tro S00! 12 1.52—1n,
iritation, clears stuffy



mose, and often heips

prevey bad colds and flu. « S =iy
wiexs VATRO-NOL

NOSE DROPS

OM ...-

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Leon Staniay Payne

Foul Bay, St. Philip, for permission

» sell Spirits, Malt Liquars, &e., at ¢

“rd and shingle shop attached tc

esidence at Foul Bay, St, Philip.

Dated this 7th day of January,
to A. W. HARPER, Esq.,

Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.""

Signed PLAVIUS KNIGHT,

for Applicant.

1952









N.B.—This application will be con-
ae StTS idered at a Licensing Court to be held at
In the NEW YEAR in SUITS, ist day of January, 1982, at 11 o’elock,
HATS etc., done by RAYMOND m
OR! N BAY ST., »posite A, W. HARPER,
é ae c 6 eras Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C.'
Combermere St. 12 1.52—1n









= —s
SSS

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS





TAKE NOTICE

SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS |
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA CHINA oc

BJiPTO

THANI’S
Pr. Wm. Hry. St. Dial 3466 {)









That PILKINGTON BROTHERS

= LIMITED, 4 company incorporated under
he laws of Great Britain, whose trade
r business address is 277/288 Martins
onk Building, Water Street, Liverpool 2
) the County of Lancaster, England
Glass Manufacturers, has applied for the

,



F l hi ?
unis Ing . registration of a trade mark in Part “A’

{ Register in
uctional

respect of Nat and con
glass



generally, for example










te glass, sheet glass, rolled glass,

We are up with (he Values hedral glass and ornamental glass

. » Prices d articles of glass and crystal, and

and down will the Price. will be entitled to register the same afte:

Price Appealing Vanities, Stools q th from the Mth day of January

Dressing Table Wardrobes. ©2, unless some person shall in the

Dresser-Robes, Chest-of-Drawers, per give notice ia duplicate to

Marble Top : ott Washetands e my office of opposition of such

$8 up, Nightcha $5 up. Racks " tion, ‘The tradem ark can be seen

ak Shines. Towers inte’: ane application at my office.
Books. 7 Dated this 28th day of December, 1951
e H. WELLIAMS

DINING nade Registrar of Trade Marks







Jn



LLLP PLP

§ BARBADOS ACADEMY

rder ables fo
Fancy and other

|
!
| 10.1.52~
|
!

w 12x M |



DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in” Morris, T nd other Styles &
ee eee: $ (Est. 1935)
ae lve ‘ Wwpe-
writers and Go-carts. z Constitution Road.

x REGISTERED AND
3 APPROVED



$ Next Term begins Tuesday,
Q 15th January, 1952, at 9.30
% a.m.

s W. D. RUDDER,

% Principal.
% 9.1.52—2n.

<
\? PCPLLP LLLP FSS FEF FIED)

L. 8. WILSON

SPRY ST.
DIAL 4060 j

—_—

SSS





seen on application at my office.



R book one
*
+

Science, Medicine, Engine x
Industries, ete. $6.00 .

ee See them BLUE BAND WARE JUST %

% OPENED g
% At Your Gas Showroom, and a le mnie x
to-day from our JOHUNSON'S 5 i * %

x

a

facturers, has applied for the registration
versons having any debt or claim upon of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
affecting the estate of Alfred Tobins | in respect of canned fish, and will be
*hillips late of Stratholyde in the parish entitled to register the same after one

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all

t St. Michael in this Island, who dicd| month from the 10th day of January,
n this Ieland on 2th day of Janunry | 1952, unless some person shall in the
901 are hereby required to send in their | meantime give notice in duplicate to
laims, duly attested, to me the under- | â„¢ at my office of opposition of such



igned Timothy Theophilus Headley, | registration, The trade mark can be
ublic Trustee of the Island of Barbados | seen on application at my
ualified Administrator to the estate of | Dated this 28th day of Dec
\fred Tobias Phillips deceased Public | H. W#LLIAMS

sujldings on or before the 15th day of} Registrar of Trade Marks
february 1952 after which date } shall | 10.1 .52-—3n
waceed to distribute the assets of the



aid estate among the parties entitled
hereto having regard to the debts and
laims only of which I shall then have
vad notice at the time of such distribu- |
jon and that I shall not be lable for
ssets so distributed to amy person of
vhose debt or claim I shall not have
mad notice,

And all persons indebted

TAKE NOTICE
SPLENDOR

That N. V. SPLENDOR GLOEILAM-
PENFABRIEKEN, a company organised
and existing under the laws of the king-

to the sald | dom of The Netherlands, whose trad» or












state are requested to settle their ac- | business ress is St. Annastraat 198,
ounts without delay. Nijmegen, The Netherlands, has applied
Dated this 7th day of December 1951, for the registration of a trade mark in



TIMOTHY THEOPHILUS HEADLEY, | Part “A” of Register in respect of electric
Qualified Administrator to the Estate | lighting installations, apparatus, articles
ot Alfred ‘vobias Phillips deceased. | and materials, particularly ejectric in-







8.12.51—4n | eandescent lamps, — flashligh' jamps
— discharge lamps, fluorescent lamp
NOTICE | mereury-vapour lamps, sodium lamps,
neon Jamps, lighting ornaments,, fittings.
Members are notified that the Annual! bulbs, reflectors, Hght shades, auxiliar
Jeneral Meeting of the above Club wil! yparatus exclusively destined for use
held at the Synagogue Building,| in the electric iighting field such as
iridgetown, on Monday the 28th Januar \é hoke-colls, condensers, transformers
it 8.00 p.m, Members desirous of sub-) posistances, ignition witeres, sat
|

nitting any motions must forward sam d automatic installations for safe








n writing to the Seeretary not later) gun g, and will be entitied to register
chan the l4th January. the same after one month from the
F. StC, HUTCHINSON, }ioth day of Janugry, 1952, unless some

Hony, Secretary, | person shall in the meantime give notice

12.1.52 | in duplicate to me at my office ot

such



ypposition of registration, The

de mark can be seen on application

Barbados Choral Society (°° ssi aay of pecemve

i. WHLL LAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.1.5

TAKE NOTICE

<»
é

1951

|
sopranos ji |
Please app!
Pine Hill, §

There are vacancies for
the above named society
to G. Hudson, Pendle,
Michael.







Ae. NOTICE





&
ws

a

That PILKINGTON



ov business address is
| Rank Building, Water Street,
in the County

Ww. NICHOLSON
a British Limited Liabtt:

That J. &.
LIMITED,

& CL
of Lancaster,




company, whose trade or business | ¢)..5 Manufacturers, has applied for the
ddress is peetllery: 195, piety wan yomistration of @ trade mark in Part "A"
street, Coqews | tgp roe Spirit | °f Register in respect of flat and con,
angland, Distillers an ine a a etructional glass generally, for example
Merchants, has applied for the regis j plate glass, sheet glass, rolled glass,

tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Hegister in respect of wines and spirit
vd will be entitled to register the sam

| cathedral glass and ornamental glass; ang
ticles of glass





cntit'ed to register the same after one
after one month from the 10th oe S| nth from the 16th day of January,
January, 1988, unless some person & » unless some person shal) in the



in dupticate
such

the meantime give 1
to me at my office of opposition of
egistration, The trade mark can



meantime give in duplicate to me

bo t my office of opposition of such

© | -epistration. The trade mark can be sean
seen On application at mi offiee.

Dated this 26th day of December,

H. W2LLJAMS,

Registrar of Trade Marks.

10.1.52—30

Dated this 28th day of December, 1951
H. WHAIAMS

Registrar of Trade Marks
10.1, 52--Sn

|
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A MODERN BATH ROOM & § TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
is a necessity and with an... § 2 Timp nook Ob Gob RorrnY
LAIN GEYSER a warm or Bong Seana MAGRN 90.00

hot bath is obtainable in a
matter of minutes MORN-
ING, NOON, or NIGHT



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next shipment. HARDWARE

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BROTHERS:
|.IMSTED, a company incorporated under
the laws of Great Britain, whose trade
277/283 Martins
Liverpool 2,
England,

and erystal, and will be








|



Milk Powder for use in the Public Elementary Schools of the island!

Persons tendering must quote prices, duty free; and will be required
to supply the milk powder in containers holding not more than 56
(fifty-six) pounds of milk powder each.

It is estimated that the average fornightly consumption will be
3 (three) to 6 (six) tons.

All tenders should be accompanied by a sample of the milk

powder offered.





em Alcoa.

NEW YORK SERVI
8. “OCEAN RANGER” 2 a















during the following school terms: | For further Information apply to... .
1 5th May to lst August, 1952 |
2. 15th September to 12th December, 1952 | DA COSTA & co., LTD. Agents
2. 12th January to 10th April, 1953.



ene (Co.



x s Sails 4th Jan. —arrives B'dos 15th Jan. 1952.
Persons tendering must satisfy all requirements of the schools| 4 SPRaMER “cue [th Jan—arrives B'dos eR 7
during the periods mentioned above, and must guarantee to deliver] - ae aay trey ak ee: _ a a alain
the milk in good condition to the persons authorised to transport it NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
to the schools. A STEAMER “sails 2nd Jan.—arrives B'dos 17th Jan. 1952.
ie ‘ A STEAMER sails 16th Jan.—arrives B'dos 3lst Jan. 1952,
enders must be marked “Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder”| 4 ST sails 30th Jan.—arrives B’cos 14th Feb, 1952.
and must reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 12 o'clock! ~ IAN comes
noon on Saturday the 26th of January, 1952. SOUTHBOUND Canam See vive
The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any
tender * Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
. re Montreal Halifax Barbados
22.12.51—3n.| $8. “ALCOA POINTER”... .. 25th Nov. $1 28th Nov, $1 8th Dee. 5)
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. : _ 14th Dee. 51 24th Dee. 51
5.8. “ALCOA PLANTER’S ; _ 28th Dec. Si 8th Jany. 52

VACANCY IN THE ELEMENTARY TEACHING SERVICE

Applicauons are invited from teachers (women) with at least 10
years’ teaching experience for the Headship of the St. Matthew’s
St. Michael.

The minimum professional qualification required is the Certifi-
cate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

School,

Salary will be

Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools.

Candidates who have already submitted Application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom-
panied by a. recent testimonial.
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education, All applications must be enclosed in en-
velopes marked “Appointments Board” i
and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, 19th Janu-
1952. Candidates are warned that canvassing may lead to their

ary,
disqualification,
8th January,



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B Then, for 60 seconds, ma

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1952.

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llth Jany.

Girls’

PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD
Passenger Sales Agents for:

Trans-Canada Airlines, B.O.A.C.

ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Telephone No. 4466

in accordance with the Government Scale for Head

All other candidates should make

in the top left hand corner

4 in, AND %4 in. OBTAINABLE

12.1.52-—1n,



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ROBERT THOM LIMITED

STREET

LA.

FCP LIPS? Perea erent eS

STOP THOSE LEAKING TAPS WITH

HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS :

LOGO

RS ai mee

aoe

REAL ESTATE AGENTS, zs



onto a sandy beach with excelient bathing facilities. There \
is a wide front verandah extending the whole frontage, 4 bed- }
rooms (three with basins), large L-Shaped lounge with coek- 5
tail bar, kitchen, garage and servants’ quarters. BUILDING CONTRACTORS.

rv
JOHN M. BLADON & CO. 151 & 152 Roebuck Street,
A.F.S., F.V.A. i}
Real Estate Agents, Auctioncers, Building Surveyors Telephone No. 4900. }
"PHONE 4640, ser Plantations Building i
~ {
LPOSSSSOSOOE OEE PESOS SSOP FSFS SESS

‘

Q —_
‘ This Notice serves to in-
form the public that I have
not seen or heard of my wife

Agatha Vicar
Worrell)

.

Whim, St Peter for the past
twelve years and it is my in-
tention to re-marry in the
near future

OSCAR ATWELL,



S NOTICE

formerly of the

COCO OO :

of my wife IRIS
1937, and it is my intention
in the near

NOTICE

This serves to inform the
General Public that I have
not heard of the whereabouts
(nee Miller)
Well House, St.
to re-marry
future.

GARFIELD STOUTE,

vas a

O97.
LLL LDPE

POOF




Arrived in time
For the Crop

MASSEY

RIS
TRACTORS

ALSO

5-6 ton
CANE CARTS

| SSSSSGOGS GOSS 99S ODO OS SO DIODES GSS CDG O COP OO SS

Atwell (nee

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AA Af ott

Taitts,
St. James.
27.12.51—3n

















formerly of
Philip, since

Melverton,
St. George.

§.1.52—Sn

Dial 4616

POOPO POOP OOOO OF





COURTESY
GARAGE

ROBERT THOM LIMITED,
—AGENTS—

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1952



HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON

=
LUSTEN, SPADONI! FLAMES
WAERE NEITHER YOU NOR

SHINER CAN GET AT HER...

HE'D MAKE A GOOD STA

ND -
FOR A SKUNK, EH, DUSTY,
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YOULL GET Mé .
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GRILLED KIDNEYS,

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RITUAL MURDER

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1952

Intermediate, «D”











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pies should “sa erented as Top: KEITH MILLER leaps en ee oe bolas ne , z Lionel Baggot
—_ a no nt in Sete oF oo high and appeals after bowling Cl oy rankie Mayers, er oldbrother o yeorge.
Saf ¥ gg de = the ic oes foo West Indian Bob Christiani in n orna oO asses owner. Bought by Ian Gale. Not es Tornado Class ;
islets ns hole and not pick | @#¢ Fourth Test in Melbourne yet known what performance fhe seven Tornadoes sailing
out isolated piece mS : (By Our Vachting Correspondent) — ee ee ey eee ee oem
“You will remember that. the Bottom: ALF VALENTINE HURRICANE, owned and skippered by lan Gale, is the fan at the helm with crew, Dr. Fas ms E ,
oo ene area = co of eee appeals successfully for Lb.w. nly new entry to the “D” Class. This has brought the Tony Gale and Pat Fletcher. Zeph r is to be sold. Her own
sta ents val had to ainst Lindsay Hassett (102 I Yr of box » class 2n—the larces . D 3 Rainbird Owned and Pana o i oe
Greaves, “Don’t you know you . the Fourth Test on 108 ro eroner of gh the class to ten—the largest number skippered ae ““Corkie” “Roberts er Jack Leacock, who turned in
are dealing with Satan and you | yerourne : Mae ior many years. Ten boats are also expected to sail in the 4 Roios Class boat and has won 82â„¢e extremely good perform-
would have to shed blood?’ . (Wirephoto) 3 Intermediate Class and seven in the Tornado Class. The many prizes. Has been redecked #¢es in the Tornado races, ha:
: J aaa Sag proof that he ae . First Regatta of the R.B.Y.C., takes place this afternoon. and Corkie is hoping to sail her ee eee
the deed, 1ere is evidence tihat years. Now being painted. today. Se ee Ae: oie ¢
he told him, “This child will The R.B.Y.C. has already pur-” | 18 Clytie. Owned and skip- D9 Olive Blossom. Skippered ae ceabeee ot” Serta eoaies
aor woe re as ae eae eee .. ag - ee to pered by Sydney Nurse. One of by George Bact last season. oe es re aen : re s
ive. ould you expec ese > winner i ne Tornado 488 the old boats of this class. Has present Geoge is out of the sateen Yooaes ? a F
Words to come from a man who and Mr. John Toppin's Cup wil been “repainted and recondition- Pend, It ig not yet known whe- Cyclone, 3 formeyly owned b
killed the child. These words are be presented to ‘the winning eq - E ee ‘ oo ther she will f Messrs Jason Jones and skip-
sF isbeinnladent willie tty. Abaina Co tod ed and should give an improved ther she will sail. ered. hy Peter inch was eala th
most inconsistent with the finding arnado in the Frontenac Race. performance this season. f ies Dita taite = nah. toh
that the accused is the guilty The boats are as follows D2 Imp. Built in 1949 by her Trinidad. Peter tells me that he
man.” Intermediate Class “Dp” Class owner Geoffrey Johnson, Although may however construct another
Proof 11 Gnat. The lagt time I saw a newcomer to this class gave a Tornado to skipper in the Tor-
They were asked to accept as her she was under the Yacht D 4 Seabird. Owned and skip- very good performance last sea- nado series. : ;
proof that the fact that he Club's Boat Shed. She was be- pered by Stanley Moore. She son. Should again end up high Breakaway is still here. She is
possessed hooks pointed to his ing repainted and reconditioned. made her debut last season. Was in the averages this season. on the Yacht Club beach, I un-
guilt. Evidence in his confession She is owned by Teddy Hoad built by Stanley himself. She Geoffrey skippers her himself. derstand that her owner Eric
was that he had gone to Harris’ but will be skippered by his son, Was not very fortunate last sea- D 7 Sinbad. A scratch boat of Robinson will not be sailing ir
shop once and he had heard black George. Should give a good per- 50m but Stanley has made some this class which sails well in the Yacht Club races but wil |
art being described and he had formance in her class. A scratch improvements. He says he will | nearly every race, Owned and enter the Tornado series. i
told it to Greaves. boat. most likely win the Cup this!
The Crown’s Prosecutor said I2 Invader. Owned and skip- *€ason. 5 }
that the fact that he knew of it pered by Donzld Stoute. Donald PD 8 Peter Pan. Owned by Eric |
beforehand rather tended ) is about to sell her and he is Raison but left in charge of his |
show that he was the man who pene for a good’ job. He in- father, Captain C, E, Raison. The |
did the deed. s buying another type of boat. “Cap’’ says he has no time for |
“But you gentlemen of the me she will be sailing if "acing therefore .he is selling |
jury know,” Mr. Clarke said, not sold. She sails very well in Pan. Eric is a member of the+
“that many a man has proved hard’ wind and was the winner Pointe a Pierre Yaoht Club in
himself a much more able man @fthe Frontenac Trophy in 1949 Montreal and is “sailing on the
at his particular craft or art, When it Was presented for the !€¢-
than his tutor.” first time
Besides, he had said that he 16 Eagle, Michael Mayers will on Soba ie teen ie. Hina |
had told Greaves that he would be at her helm. She is owned by ppe: - yn a
: * not given a good performance
have to kill his own first child- John Hunte and you can always for-a long time, Should do sore
not somebody else’s child, took , out for her to spring a thing this season
Speaking on Phillips’ evidence che ear D 10 Van “Th Yr lyke ned
of his going to the cave with the JI 7? Mohawk. _ “Bob Cumber- by has niond "Buck Ga |
oe. Mr. Clarke said that it + ene oo cuioees sng formerly known as the “helms- |
ad been established that Phillips Vt a 5 f ie. maaan cman with the beard”, and skip-|
had had several opportunities of ‘ W it W ill Lead J ca Ses nee “Billy” pered by “Pee Soe ned
running when the dissection was ] 9 r , . ryt. baie or eo ther of Stanley, Thorndyke has a|
being done and when the body W hat son loday Olympies Team mane. Posts ~~ love a new deck and has been repaint- |
wr cone disposed of. % 1.M.S. “Sheffield” arrives in F machitne Pe his hist eit . ed in blue instead of white.)
ber ue didlos tans sid that Carlisle Bay 8.45 a.m. KINGSTON, J’ca., Jan 10. cludes water polo, swimming, G'¢W Will be Raymond, and Dick
° ae ag a Hearing of the St. Lucy an ee liv un ite te » . Hall.
vas afrs aor ; Arthur Wint |} been named diving, ete. e is one of the — f
po yp diner gel ncaa ‘dene Murder Case continues at « emai of Seen 1ica ‘ team for Hel- crew of this boat. Mohawk now arse See. neentty so .
‘ : mee he Court of Grand Ses- has hollow mast and boom. r us
the accused had said that he ¢



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afra Wyeleg ro, hie sions 10.00 a.m, minihie. « are ¢ res- _19 Dauntless. Owned and
een Held Torch Pp ° Police Courts 10.00 a.m. oe eee ee v ord, ee by hf ae eae: A § 5 : 3 :

; : " - Golf—Ladies, Spoon Compe- mires " sande powerfu n0at but illiam is Sete Be te ¢ $ sees . a
yeprilice tad sid he was ati, =» Presented At | “iton Hee cal aut en wea” Hook fort prospective "cule | To Our Friends “Good mornings begin with Gillette
ye ad stayed when he had . oe ane a . oo tomer. May owever be racing Su RE Ee a ‘ vee
~hances - 7 ‘ ie ’ e Jamaica is expecte ake ; a“ sR Bee CRM e meeee ie %
chances of : running, He had YM. CLA. Meeting . am : 4 BS gregh ee this season. 4 From Overseas
stayed and held the torch—he had BONS een to . I 12 Dawn. Has been repaint-

Sues oe ee But the ‘Trophies were presented to thé os ~ a onal ed-and repaired for this season’s .
accused’ had said in his statement «a» anq “B” class champions of oe Yancl Wi > the ci races. Was formerly a_ scratch * , i
that when Greaves returned with jable tennis ang billiards and to WEATHER REPORT —C.P. boat in the “D” Class but was KINGSLEY Sheiks of Araby loudly praise
, — a ~ a the snooker champion of the Bar- YESTERDAY. rie ait — Ps une, Enns Long The fi f all shavi
ney, w e that not one jados Y.M.C.A. when the asso- skippered by Arthur Evelyn. ; ¢ finest of ali shaving ways
Crop of blood had been found on ciation held their 71st Annual Rainfall from Codrington: CRICKET MATCH Crew will be brother Robert RESIDENTIAL . 8 1 is
the accused's clothes. The clothes Ceneral Meeting at the new hos- 06 ins. Evelyn and Stanley Carter. f of h orld bb t
handed to the Police and by them tel at Union Lodge, Pinfold Street, ‘Polat Badhitall. for-sasntti 40 CANCELLED rodinnte orometta. - Owned by ‘LUE The sharpest edge the world has me
wes the clothes the accused had 7oserday afternoon et a oe bis son, Jackie. Winuer of the cue

See ear eee ee A: 8, ents. Carvied of two Highest Temperature: 83.5 F ie : ‘ mPa agree tems * ’ led Blue Gillette.
bilered to fave ‘committed ‘the tophies—-the “B" class Billiards | Lowest Temperature: 70.0°F | TI, Darhidoy, ee om chet ga always find her way out of i: pgm amare:
See ee Comer ce S08 and the Snooker. ‘Mr. A.M Wind Velocity: 9 miles per | eee as. cance a difficult situati : AT BATHSHEBA
gage, Wnen they were taken by Watts was the “A” class billiards | hour, ME Bonney ei Ge Behe ie
becase-cf that yt could he assumed champion, Mr. Nj Griffith, the “A” Barometer; (9 a.m.) 30.031 | tied to end today (Saturday). I. 11 Reen. Skippered by Len , Keenwitted sons of th
that they had aot been washed, ¢#58 ‘table tennis champion and (3 p.m.) 29.944 The fifteen players selected Fioad. She also will. not be Welcomes you and offers you eenwitted ‘ e

i stints bye ‘ Mr. W. Gibbons the “B” class -DAY ; hs rsatatite actice Pes : * i :
Yet no blood stains, no sure in- Mt. wt en r eens — will undergo eee ready for today’s racing. Return desert, like up-to-date men
dieation of blood had been found . teuiaor el he: wok om tod commencing ws nd ag ec + to —. — er after bet

: A new } re oO e »M.C.A. ‘ et: . p.m tees are expecte o attend, ng on e AC or severa -_ lay
Tine Bolice had taken a variety ~~® choir conducted by Mr, O. A. Moon: Full, January 12 > LOBSTER the world over, enjoy the
of things on which there was the Pilgrim—drew warm __ plaudits Lighting: 6.00 p.m. 2
pessibility of blood being found, '™°™ ve opens apa re High Tide: 4.13 am., 3.05 LUNCHES same clean, easy, economical
but no sure indications had been Present a le mee ing as ey p.m. : n
found, If the accused had done $&n@ the Spiritual “Go Down Low Tide: 9.20 a.m., 10.16 ae Sia Sault ies shave. They know no blade
the deed, there was little doubt Moses” and the folk song “Drink p.m, a ' " Le

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has so keen an edge or lasts

little, would have been on him and _— The “Y” appointed Mr. Francis {i »
perhaps in the cane lilies where he Pile as their auditor for 1951—52 har ( Is 12.1.52—4n, 5 Blades 30¢ so long as Blue Gillette.
slept. = ona ee Lane — E dRh
The Crown's Prosecutor had told r. . O, Haynes as their scruti- me
them that the remains of the neers for the annual election of fi eumalism eee ; ‘
child’s body were silent and over- their directors, HARBADOS Blue Gillette Blades
whelming evidence that the crime The Chairman, Mr. A. DeLisle e ou eép
had been committed, but the Inniss, in laying the annual report

question was not that it was com-

and finaneial statement, said that

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Greaves was taken to be in-*which in process of time would faulty kidney act RANGERS vs BRONCOS .

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that he had been in the churchYHe hoped that the members would preity MiBGr der at Garrison Savannah
and read a Bible. Despite that heffnake much of their privilege and Aching Joints and Limbs. Sciatica SATURDAY, 12th Jany ‘
had sworn loudly enough wherffio their bit to improve their Neuritis, Lumbago, Getting at 4.30 PM ; rf
he was accused of the crime. grounds Cnere naan Bese, gucnlin teen c ve | Does your Roo need
* Correboration A vote of thanks to the directors ng Passages, Loss of Energy anc Entrance to Enclosure 1/-

They were asked to take as
corroboration of Phillips’ evidence
the fact that Agatha Corbin ‘hac
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Springer’s voice calling for Colvin,@Mr. H. H. Williams, M.B.E A clean raw, sore, sick Kidneys anc :
‘ 5 2 Rhett Seiten ee _ ; bladder and remove acids and pols » be ainst
Is it not most peculiar,” he)\suitable reply was made by Mr tin fFot oUF aeatons mately. ‘quick! For the best protection ag
asked, “that her husband who wasmW. H. Carter, who is one of the and surely, yet contains no harmi

looking out at the window,
not brought to prove it?”

It had been said that the accused
had said that the child would not
be found, but that could not be
taken as proof that he knew where
the child was. Suppose anyone
said that Lloyd Linton would not
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ravages 0) the above Vestry for the past
yd that person knew whereBLashley of Glebe Land, Station delicate Biter organism, and stim 1ouses, These samples.are sumer market in the world five years ‘ Goes Farthest — Lasts Longest
Lloyd Linton was Hill, ta > ulates the entire system. : . ee -. ‘
aN cars ge , ; was taken to the General Praised by Doctors, Chemists, ov: carefully drawn and This facility availabl I could not offer my ser- One Gallon will cover 700—1,000 sq. feet.
There is not one title off Hospital shortly after 4.30 o'clock One-time Suff y eee vices this year through hav-
evidence,” he said, “that he is inyesterday evening suffering from veka in saamorn te aandiw-as marked with their bulk sugar shippers, symbolises ing sold Gibl Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK
any different position from Phi! Bwounds in her head. She was Remiste nts countries and by ons number before being dis- the ‘ a Stace ey ‘has Reatalie. seu in drums and tins of Imperial Measure \\
lips. It would be mest unfair tc— treated and detained. ime sufferers from , the, trouble eine ne compre hensive service 7" : WEBSTER
return a verdict of guilty fromg. Lashley was walking along oh ue on oot did tak ane denen tributed. Not only sugar, offered by the P.L.A. . E. : ‘ chines i
Phillips’ evidence Fairfield Road, St. Michael at vith terrible buckaches and pains, cc but all goods shipped v it oe = . Rose Bank, y}
“T submit to you that you wilfjbout” 4.30 p.m. when she was aually getting up af wight, and than ; > oe +e ee renag. creer Gale Of { .. YNES ('0.. LTD }
have the greatest doubt as to thefy Wuek by stones. 2 Oyster | om much delter than I bas the P.L.A get the benefit international trade, ) 9.1.52. , ° }
respective parts each of these twc —. i ty systex has worked with me seem alm } i
men took, besides the part Greaves hie yaa Bais ree ntl * eu = vad seit $e earth ee | PHONE 4456 — Agents. (t
cas, Sie . anthe eve you can be turned on anc ao cr —— 2
murder. ge you turn off the life of the Gyatex tron your ober . '
“My Learned Friend tells youl ‘©Cused, see that you turn it eut Give it a th )
aa aabrers » onal Oly if he deserves it, Task you
tat, Philips id not say O0e8 ¢ Bnd itn not gully.” |
have felt that as one man wal When Mr. Clarke. finished ad~ :
arrested already, there was nc eee the Jury, the court pe
need to implicate another man. ‘ourned until to-day at. 10 SKF it S
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Hi' is i i ste.l for Britain' armanu'n'.v .inn tor the U.S.. ; joint Korea But motl Important ul ill, he will go home with the %  ..if from bases In Britain t. attack, un i OovNil %  i %  %  %  • id" Ever i In Britain w( &, during the Bar In air lift i Churchill hi I the British So G > niment MM thl plum t them In 1 'i —(TJ IV) Ratification Of S4-I1U.111UU Plan In Final Slages* IIONN. Oeraaany, Jso. %  1 WM 1 H 1 moved swiftly 1 Mil PI' I I %  N. Mian bUI • -ion. by 255 vote, to 11* with fotll !. Mnuora — ;i muiii healthie.majority than %  In Uv %  1 1 It. King Gusfan Opens *52 Parliamenl PALMOUTH %  Jan 11 %  (tut tutile lv I unit; hnlerpri-* :. %  1 I %  %  %  Refreshed by hi* nr*1 fntl nigWV snip's plates "ii Des 1 blue suit and a borrowed coal much t*> big for him. He lost hi* wardrobe when the usung and leans 1 Irani C—rearUe finally MIlll in 'he Bg. lish Channel at 4.1? 0 D .. %  ;-.!! %  ... %  %  \' I % %  1 .>' 11. %  ..k Painted With Brush Held In Tooth \I.\V III IIIIIM. (II'IAS wixim wm cm lit JLDING ( OMPLETED %  % %  Canadian NaUa Oerdlnei > lOtner .Street*, will be opened 1 %  %  •n thipou %  %  KHOLM, Jan, 11. %  %  l:.v VI WHO naked fn r I %  i UM dic-.l In '," u, l""^;^, .•'•' !" ra ,c %  *•* %  Mo tonight. the nwi Parvene WeaUan lly taught herself b>| I .,. Uug tin%  .vtUfc and 1 *ell vei ti is uini DM lettan aha .nieepriae uiumpba • %  built 1... full of cha ir itiouiii H^tbuui >ttu TTpltfntrrr wan om* future lllr j. u v to do thaw I carl* B pre ft -m the "**.' %  '" things because Mai if Turmoil -UM iirtt lime b ngilolilj earalyeed from the u land imIH.laaanariM I 2<1. B[i ,i> jll-f On New Letb n ItYoik lui Hamburg .< bruth held In LXt-embci U II' %  : % %  • near tear* I ..< Palmo -. Caiteauu mother and 1fiown from Denm..iK ( i tar iha occaaton moved Ml and ruoal respectful to the Coraraandei of the Itruu KnlerFTiM Whom Wl iS* honour." Curtnen pearl MU lORK: New York pi .lire wroujthl with .-motion ,.b* re that a 1 %  mbrokei pllsd, "I wnnt to manli an mm I I l behind mr 1 ( %  arisen paid *perlal |i 1 captain Dan PartK 1 I of the TurMMril. whlrh pi I I from t he aea vorterd.i | UrSTtrJLDAH: h .' %  made a \ nwr ,\ hhn ierlthln M %  Falmouui aalon l %  1 %  • .... —t'.r. 111 K<> an urf tumour on liM lii|. in I" br11 %  -'1 mt % %  % % %  %  .. 1, 11 I hours. I .K.. Iran Pla) Diplomatic Sliulllc Game %  ... Q .1 Mci.u.Mi'ir. ,„„. OB Cowall But %  %  The t<%  loora from %  %  % %  %  he ground (W>i by and ti>' b. lighted ..' THE RITUAL Ml'RDER CASE CMUHSVI AMre$m Jury on auii %  %  Ign M v\riill I. KhMle Inland: 69i-i.l.i ruivy m iiaviiifc lot* eep young. lo 1 liavinga coUectkMi of hnlf\ lastag Deputi %  cm debatinK the third I iha biU. Th" \nte by 3.00 p.m. %  nighi %  %  JOHANNESBl'KO: In %  *() MUIIthe Han kwaUh Lie '(range Pi %  liMilnoIr MOUI N i the p ent %  Which thi' Ark n 11 1 k: %  ing as before to ro-opera'.c IB 1 1 ihaning oui oat %  1 %  %  PublUhen Of • %  '/inns" For Trial 1 OffDOM • '"' Pas '"" %  1 paper* were rontmitleti [( [or prtnung shn laetton an adverl which commented on the labour Governmenl %  Bnam 1 >i p The proM-cutii.il .illctieii MM # %  BnUsh rtecUon' 1 %  propaganda % %  elertion time and %  asnent re%  %  .,. %  1 . %  %  \im t'n %  of Lon* %  i ( r St GAM \fWSi i aanadian MCIIHMI l'f)r Bagassi' Newsprint %  1 %  %  %  %  %  niKar1 Defence DBFBNCI 1 "i MSKL U 1 Rll CHI at kc K C add) %  (Jrai 1 I Ll n up 1 1 11 %  %  %  • %  I. fifth cltlV IfK pToao%  %  %  1 %  Hearing Hemmed %  %  1 9 IX-CJaiUHlian Minister In Barbados .1 M Kn C.11 pi. tenting ti %  Cabinet. I Ivoral t %  I rial I he outhoi : N ration rd l %  it %  'ii %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  • %  %  %  I Mil II. "IM. %  %  He %  %  %  %  fo Tri %  %  %  1 %  %  1 %  r thi %  Rogaet I %  %  %  Hi 1 %  r.r. %  %  %  tructtoo: %  1 .. %  ; 1 1 Itnci *IK1 for IIU.S. Amphibian Pays Short Visit Here For Discussions On Education %  %  %  %  %  1 .. HI III C I ' • A US AIRFORCE SA-10 An Rescue nmphibi Ll Henry Wallendorf. U &A.F landed [F %  : %  i paeeOBger. Mr IT. D. B %  %  The %  which %  I %  I Woman Killed Mi Arl\. %  %  P : I 1 tJl ...%  Thr in*.. %  u> go I %  I iii. tree -i"i if neceawnv land %  .. %  %  %  Mir Hlatreas %  M %  %  %  I liner i 'inIn ;; 23 Killed l*o %  %  I %  1 %  %  %  I %  %  eat 01 1 •, imim -i \\. Indian Envoys Mold I'mat. T.Ik %  I %  I %  %  %  II. %  I.In .1 %  %  %  %  I I %  1 %  of UM THIS US AIKFORCi: A \ |0) imed al Saawell yaaWrday on a two


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r\c.r. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. JAM' \RV 12. 19SS Qahib Ccdlinq \\ hy Men Hate Shopping i.ad> than I Bermuda !*.! Kodi t ] lo, of II indj First Vi.it A LSO arriving or. Kerfa.* ,,-irriav on %  IN Ottawa U v I Mr I. With Husband s Relatives M RS, R | %  %  %  %  %  in Roseau. amillg In I Medical l Annual Leave M ,SK r WICI BAIN a/hi i ITg I %  B.W.I A. "pand leave %  The male lack af enlhuM-Mn. you are rro.,ng like .. nraaatatk. lag that youi p iot* onglnalcs In those appalling; boythrough the end* of *uur socks Do to UM ,.ni BM out in a rasa of neaily all men if you wmt wlntsrwalaht pyjamas OB nld they **an SB the numnirr. 19 ?.< ver forgotten. %  '.i> a crowded alore and at that men beat made to hold some article of metr VKMMencounter* toUllag up Ji..in*t their BBWIM..nd Imy clolhing in an almost 1 i< txxlie* while their mother* luru. loughont their %  a about du-t %  A next to lh'.' •kin. The uticr shame of having Nigel Palcthorpc speaki n g, Mather. 1 > W a vest against your chert in the BBC p ogrammc the Exlia-rnuial hiltit is explained publicly that "W0111.u1 > Hour." %  UM >\as/rfor Mathematical Matter M H AM' MHS ANIJY CAMACHO re 11 Andrew and Rattan %  n spending %  month'.. >n Barbado*. returned to ijy evening b;'..macho Is MathemaV'. • %  t St. Mar> 1 nf I.IXIRV (HI,III SOAPS Mk A V NYRFN drill 4aM>|a— TlBI TTwaj -h*k handWith Bla saeoasaor Mr Philip Emit, at 8** well yesterday nhortly after Mr Etn-t arrival from the UJt via Puerto Rico by B W.l A Mr r '' "-ly -aaointed Aaurlcan Contul here. w. accorapnil by hia wife and two daughter*. Mill Reef Club A %  and Mrs Holt 1 \.. %  ,1. New American Consul M R PHILIP ERNST, newly ap" H1 1 American I'S ris ft* yastard B W.I.A. nent M UM W I Ids wife ,* thfor 1 daughter of Mr. E. A. McLnod. Iriet "A". and Mrs. McLeod of Enteruiltc Road. Christ Church with wi.o 1, they had l>rcn staying. Mi t .1 macho has published .1 school text book "A Ml with Trigonometry.". arialeh is it present being used In. throughout th< baan Ten Days Ml MM DOUQLAfl LYNCH left I : rttnMad i.\ is w 1 \ %  their wiv to Jamaica '<* %  t—n : Ian days' holiday with iwlattt**) %  ... % %  of Kinaston. leaving by U %  .1 Ml \iwhn lad been | 1 \eving at lh.-! home -West Wego". St. .1 msM After 14 Years paraui u*nia • LINOS* gcossow M" 1,. Allll .,. % %  tram M. \|RS mis MAIISH.M.I. ol A. v. NM'-H win 1 baa baan ap**av A<*ua< returned kWOnd Scerclaiy al from Trlnl mornbpecill Rroreientativr (r 1 Antigua is I this tlma Ihe American Embassy In Bruing by II W l.A. altar spending an 1 I: Nvren will be leaving •" v to the island Barbados shortly with his family her first i^5L"rfiS The factions are now over and for tb.UA on, home leave pri, %  %  %  thl 0 H < nan Trinidad and Bl lUah Cuiana For The Winter pAYLNi; thr Di t riall to BarMrs Ii E fit w liiun*....thiii, taking up his new appointi "'' 2 2n 'l; start soi " ; idles in tht 1Mr Graham CrowU Uni Rapra i ntatlvc Rudolf van dca Waldi Ltd of Montreal Hi Thursday ma 1 from Canada about N 'i dayi 11. Ii iii.tii if his firm Mi to spend st;i> IIIK at monthboUdaj In Barbadoi Vrelllnfton Btraol b kfii Clara %  *_ r "' n 1 irrique, Dli 1„t Ifminicu. She was one 111 MM.<>f th r passengers arriving heap .. ,. a Thurai,y tha Lady stodn^ .. _>•_ ' v, 'r %  RedHTus,..., i.-mcht i |u| ,„ 8 o'clock will be "Eleetncily fnim %  In foi j.iMiut r 1-7 V-- *• w ""' %  1W ; A Sl11 "'"' Arthur SJt, Two Weeks n i srrran IVIsThomas, returned t.. BarA rrER two weeks' hniuuv in Regular Visitor Id/\ \. IVyfHS Edith Ma.-Mjllan of Calinltj for Ld Kadney In.,,, Boston where Gordo,, Hamilum ii'id I heir %  iV *--i-v. Alberta, is now back ind to -(..II. 1 tha ha bad boon raalding for the past daughter are due to return 1 i"-" 1 '"i hT u*"" 1 winter visit. ..I ,, visit here % %  i.fterno,.,, weer.-S ^.rningby n holiday, but an engineer will, iho l^d, Rodney and will be roantbl tbjg um. bo bus come to remain. A p. \ (niiield* l.ld Tl 1 naming for three months stayMe was accompanied by his wife, here on December 30th. ing at the Ocean View Hotel. Ol |M bolidaa H\ THE WAY A UMAAKABLI performs by :i *ingin mouse .._.. need ffa toniahment, The explanal> prett) will id g biiih-niu a %  aaarl rlplisa j*a ilh 11 iiuieitrilf* b>j bruai for< sap. kg iof a hart. SMU then, what I'W Ju-rboul trugs, %  U, O ynuhi I egpact that l k ma^u, owl and rauecped in hashish, and when udlb merthfallatss to r'tlnJi hoy the oTfect of the sUmulanl had hidd worn n*. it probably sang like any oth othei 1 lying old pea like ihot, Oossa sir much. How long will II ...,. (,„.. schoolbo-. rill hi vhaiHcafi iptred wtih 1 Llt "' somrlhmg to 11.. i(„i| hl |„ ,„,, %  • I'ln, di'lh call %  1 Id pooali la pa— tibool boa tl 'if ...Vf.-'I.TI; U-hdt ll.' By Beachcomber I'li/mun fulk-nuilfi T-*HEKE are advantages/' writes a little fellow, "in being very small." Of course there aie Then pound has to be pegged still further The policy of lwlstcrlng lh* Uquldltj ratio is a policy of BTaV tl.itlnll Murf/iniil null' • pin %  im DONT Mippn — w|l| be vvrv pleaseii wtth Lord a a song they sing among the pigMartbST's wggestion tfial mies of Papua, which illustrates engage,! 1 .HI pies should be compelled 1 %  wait longer : %  "d ate ip Papuan ncvelpresent before manymg. It would In his (iiiie I'aiman hat. Ilr could walk, u'ifhout remotj A ffir facts untl fi/tun 1 T MIE leveiitly pub)i i .. ii has so tor not .1 woman who 1 ihe fourth fl I I lli.UUUft. mount ev. 1 if proofwere needed. %  I 1 %  ... In 1 I%  is boo HMag to 1 Wt 1 Thr Filling, lirggaw In ekmlfomgm T\EAR .Sirs. if. Under tha befly oj %  gnat i 1 fessor Tinker DO this has ihe augggral i roik-poctr; n B no*, a literal tiuth. but .1 symbolical one. Am Papuan, walking und.r Ihe bcllv of even a giant gnat, would alum rum rds bal '.111 the process." ih-i-p in lhv City \1^"AT is called (for grant of mi.m waiting longer f.n • divorce, and thai % ol puliln lt> v '^. *** f TO-NIGHT DINE & DANCE CLUB MORGAN MIAMI TO Kid Drlirious STEAK ami CHICKEN MNNBB8 Dial lllllll for H.-MTVlllicli, V •*> v r TRY IT TO-DAY EMlilOTE RICH IN PROTEIN. THE FOOD FOR MUSCLE. BRAIN AND NERVE ••MIMim i liralcd food composed of milk powders, both skimmed and full ereim, specially cooked and pntccssed aoya. National and barley Hours, soluble casein and pr-parcd whc.it germ has bees designed to provide In a palatable form a partieulfirly nourishing food bevcr.^e. tich 10 protein, die prim Iplt f foo\y l\M \Kt IT. IUI II IS am SeollHtd v r-l-m. -!•• ,m .11 11 lescen %  V'r t.'i. I the liquidity of the banks 1* closely hound rlth tha talfe of freeing the When non-liiiuld ssscls At me trainer M Iff KIMBU, Instnicted % %  %  m laini'iu n .hall.nil.r EVSMS 10 lippedr Bfl |/our V'o'V 4,000ft, II.II 1. A plena h 11 u N End bofel sHtA bis %  '" '•' "" ""' ,l ^ ,( nece ssary t" u III I reorets "mi his "'"' "—*uy um boHIng M perrnii ";""" ri, "-" v '""the banks lo I .mi. profes%  hamlon coriverubtnty, and to stonols. I' U u r* .1 uui rt-dattd stocks rMbUlM or dcirumsfroi Ih '" eachange control, and for rhewttu Mr Vvasu uuyesrs "-duee. the eiiie.iey of ;,n> maoi r'Mtr Iflss Ji 1, H'onP.i-flioek. r ""' k i'dopted to let th. pound And „,,,,„ .K-IU.I itaowi leva) A deficit In tha balance of payments accentuate* Ihis Your* faif'iliillu. lendeni \ and 11 suits in ths call.\li,-udd riniudnlfur. Ing in vt advances. To. Funding Stocks sufTei. and the j d ami third Doors ol block of flat as much from 30 l.i -III u • % %  %  an won 'I who SIIKKI on 1 ISOfLrhlgh lull 41 tin.. >mlng down. bi f..i I tliffenivvful inrittrnl T HIS is bla day for the film pul t peaceful cltlren, co %  H Uki s iv il wmr %  •"!1 with ..Ml ned him .*\M .he, famous —— w as asked ihol wretched Ignoramus, This* Incident hs %  but It baa bean %  %  %  Kupert and the fine Ogre — 9 M P m • || p m MuUv fio> Urand *al 5pm ln CuunlMM vs. Th aii Aiikis—, si* pm Intartods. IS p m LtMniFit' CTiolt*. H |> M BffOfH lor Hunting. lUpm *M>MI i p n riir NBM I m p m N": S3 pm Mlcho*! Krcln l I IS—SMS p.m. SI *:M BUM i *a p in aaar l i aavlaw, a is p i i idu M ewareal %  3 p n> H-aio Th—li i twi IOII> pm. rran \. H He Masai* II %  in V-rl.t. Al DIED: PIONEER WOMAN FLIER Kinof Ihe fT t dsgA RU8V loklng. r.ot to ktiuw I rlmllrnitiIJ 11.1.o. sir, -ill*, but :,' % %  or,l„ ir hm. FLOWERED SAMBA SPUN, 36 in. at $1 59 per yard, in Beautiful Designs and Colours WAFFLE PIQUE, 36 in. at $ 1 63 per yard In Grey. Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink, Dark Green. Lipht Green, Gold, Lemon. FLOWERED TAFFETA, 36 in. at $1 68 per yard. T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES DinI 4 220 Dia | 460G NKW YORK. J, Btreaarnann, so. one of| %  %  %  %  %  died here on Tuesday. She had : .mi pianos and balk* had a career on the stage. In May, the 14-member of the giant Dormer Dohyp-I a 6A s, .[>!.,m .nut helped! Ily It back lo Germany d York, She had been an OXOCU*| live of the Zenith Radio Corpora ItOn henMine 1944. (hsfcJrJ rtafedra| 3 VMn V i ,achntni Imtadon %  %  •lliesl up" and irrrly '" ^ often help" an ,uklt aikl 11.1 vieKsVA'TWCt-M';' NOSI DROPS ^CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM mi -n la AU. ART: trgLOoaa k ;. A nxMpjprr aa tn Mr-< AJJ. Rrd Oili-..-,. %  %  seas SIT... %  Prtdavi from 10 %  m S p m j,,d on *-l U id,. •lock „^^a MlllltlSIMII jV££sS&& ^ Las^rkfeaa. • JACKIE ROBINSON "lit Pi* ol BnteUyc' ts HIMSfll in THE JACKIE ROBINSON STORY RUBY XI WAISON LOUISE BEAV1RS RICHABO LANE O L V .>! I I € I. !" %  „ TO DAV TO HON. I 30 & 3 1.. nKO.* Super Double — j sxemM S... fast-is-lighlning, behind -the -scenes story of profssiraaal With tHj.\ CASTLF.. ; VIRGINIA ut a ua r u ii I — and RICHARD (. \ I : I'ltK l | Kll|>M ft llciur 13: $ Hal AIU'I.TS — Pit ill. Hon.. U I Bal. 24. Box 36. -.'.-,-/ jg, || faatkag pUyars . *^m tkek laves, lafrtgtw % and kard-hittiag _^ %  **f aa>sataresl VICTOR MATURE LUCILLE BALL LIZABETH SCOTT *i' SONNY TUFTS LLOYD NOLAN >f \ \ atrf : iJ GsrUtm MI*IIIHT..'.OIA*| • ,-.. lA^i .' • %  STMSIOI AManillAMS r^*>* (,, lab..! S*tMti • p.fKWd b. tottvM tv>n.r Vet*, n*. b. CkdM tgin THt STICK-UP THr STUNMfD THE NATION! ***&



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SATUBDA1 JAM ARY IS. U52 KAKBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE THE RITUAL MURDER CASE # rram I**e 1 Mr Fielrl Mid Phillip* had when Mclvor Greaves, of whom ami le-nning. bad irie.1 u> i>ut it %  M cut they would hwr a food deal from an some other mni-Ttil person. SiiperiiiTiniiont Simmonds %  | ii into a nearthe rJataaaea, wu wniftl to the If then %  .. -usgeetioa that not pot-.i Md of canes. Dr. Kirlon had ftation in connection with having Mclvor Greaves Mc* par' in thmen! used. The knife could not also described the shape of the rxiiloiivn in his potamUn. crime, as was suggeateo i possibly have caused Uk Ike lafTationa, and that. on the morning of the 24th accused, it should be totallv reof the skin found on the outer too. corroborated Colv IDS story -0 <>ut 6 o'clock, constable Sarijeant jccled when thev came to deliberWrt < %  the skin. that it was done with a sickle wa> cUed by the accused who said ite. .***' r had also told them that •"' man. I couldn't *leep at cloaed the case the absence of blood in the reall last night. I want to make a „'" an *[ mains suggested draining, and this statement." Mr Field suggeited l, Mn ". celled no also corroborated the evidence of dial I .yrtain evidence stood out .upre was too busy preparing hi. stateNot 0 ela^Uoi •*>***> %  snrnt. hat Greavas ^ roy J**] klnd *££"£, brought a. on the afternoon of '^_ ^."^L^i****..** that At 10.40 the .. Attorney General ... for tl„. prosecu'.ion Defence Co witness, and V IffM the jury. B Uo said ho he went The Outline to Salt Peter Hide with the .-., %  %  f r 1 %  uirv tused. and described what took ,, m Bourne aUo told ial, lio : tested WM murder or any other crime. first-id h„ certain evidence stood out supreme Ite-t anything ,-oul %  : LecturtTu Youth i i II by Mr 4 Tuda MA. u> youUu uf the Barbados Youth j • at 5.15. I Youths' Centre, Cuani .Sea tee// IIII ill II III lAtg ioif V c n. M H KM". U l^> | neiw I *n4i-*< L Wlw.wll. M. BUNr. %  BSMRSl J 1C Bo*k %  M tail BUAY i>Mua Oesaaa i iu>twruar>. cl Bawnm. %  Psni-k, F HumMfKfWI.. M **Mll. had i u.h Ihe J Itjjad piece of evidence which stood out %  *> l tauai.1 supreme That evidence was the 25? ?L lti s OTX lo Pl* ,he tini **'Cautioned the remain, facts before the JUI.V in ho t<-.k the Police to the Geoffrey Boyte—a iimmary outline of the case. They "*?. BeasaM he made this sUtcmeni tDOaW 1 would. hoM |hl be the suggestion he wa* cautioned, atio bl n..ule II i .emitted. Ivtn was a liar, but why to |,ipectoi Boansg He told the Mr Field referu,| to this part of le accused was al h ? ul, ', 1 \ p P ul himself in the M m „ tnd |oM „,,. a a I-*. insidercft^^n'^,^ K faeY^^nYg^ word" fc^ho Sm. 'Thinf'S SStSS *>2F ffTfiaS eused might have made. It was llone. and Lmself as an acccs%  b '-' 1 Black Art BookHe replic, the child, he put Ihe lie Into h for thiit reason that the alleged wry" I ot'ld have beci the nim ll he realised own mouth by trying to implicate ,. cisie-: Hung in the world If Col' ' " Greaves. the subject of consul. %  "I defy anyone to get around 'n.'t thing that," Mr. Field t.iid. "11 corrobo\ He had not own n'! her person was with the accused would work, and an svtveeinant rates entirety the evidence of %  of the statements of the ,. was made as to which was the Colvin Phillips ih j fl, %  %  4JeT a lUltU. iris >>% %  II.in.• \ .> n *n4 srlfs %  r > % % %  Hail'a M;.-I. A M Bsttoti. J C. ri> WffcuiM. T Nn-nr. 9 14.W. mr*Kiis a> n oal T ~ M SI mi B*IIAV %  %  I . \IM S4-...I. IMinl.. Ki MI.-... -. a v ^...uri Jsn Ali.l !'.-IM llnlfi' >.III. D^.IM. Slsnui %  >.. ntii .s OIHM PMers wiiwii i J.—,J 1 V .%nn|>i il. %  II 11..* Slurs Sul.-iantiiiled ubaccused at tiu OMsCorroboralion nearest (.lulU ba the gaaV Tli.t was rfone. Evidence which hj ing. and || %  I submit that Colvin Phillips Hatcmant," saM Mr. Field, "is a thought would he of assistance to saved him some i.ieh has not the knowledge as the acap mp lala coofaaaton of hH actual \, tm i,k,. returned he would now take to address cusad. Mr. Field said. "He U not ,.. -, „ .. i„ crime, and,,,, him" the cuver or Inteutgani person ihe p..rt he was to play." Mi i ': %  could have concocted this On the 2?th he was charged by sider the case from two main a.-story. On that part of the evidence Superintendent Simmnnds tor the The first was. the evidence which ite..K with the circumstancmun j or ,,f Geoffrey Buyce and After referring heft given Colvin Phillips es "l th., a g/ior being cautioned lie made a videuce of 0 The fact that Phillips did not attuluper BbuDdaaae of evfdanc. lUtl g-ai not Mr. Plaid said that they all the which would corroborate his eviM the ktory about the time i '.;f', h s. UE J %  '. "^L A ." n ^tJ' f **s "T "" %  heeausc it would five them 'he child | .,„, ,|,,, fact that heheld the torch and eorrohoration in this case 1 sub ., m| w mil liiat we have torioborauon ... _,,_., ,.,, ..,.,„_ J hll i 1 „„ 1 ..... ,„ aCCUieS himself accused. nvllll l2t 'in? leged to have thrown away part Cot them that she 'You are not dealing will m M %  *• b > ,hl of the child, the fact that he acheard the voices -.1 tbeai : %  .,.. uneducated person." Mr. Field told u Th w „_ _,„ ftIh „ „.„ compani^i the sttCOnd U> Salt peapl. Logethei lh e ,ur>. He cMiimented on the .„.„'" J5 war. hsttumtait Peter Hole .,U constitutad tl elm* Rock's The story u ni[U .^. ..sed bv the accused in m .7 brought out PhlUlpa was ,.n aceesor>-. An was further corroborated when j!?^?T-S m wtakh^Tgald ''V?'" '"'"" accessor of the S h .w^Kv alJan a a^Smt whl W "" was unvH ...i.i. and above all. by iw., of Uu. ' ,*T''Sr^urn? Vtil I, ^ '""" ""' U1 "" &* J accompany the accu-d. .t.teinents mic hy the aa-uaad '"^S'. ,' U ' S '*"''"" Y '"'""* ""'* hlHt ncBrd tu II. atemeMtolC **£" "fS^.i^, h I 'A'L" •" *• evklaoc its i.ue parAll Accomplice tllJ 1O Sg: also poinU to another auapect. .,„.,„,,. hri would stand Undoubtedly, the defence h ; u .,„ „ ,, ,, M ,. of that ctrcumThe Crown Prosecutor read exmade the statement to SuperUiu^tlroone, Thoai .,ld tell them that. traetfrom each of the four state'•"<•' '• "'•' 'Ui n ,. ItBDOrtantlo the vrsDBthM Oi UI accompUce, if „..., [bed the not an ignorant parson. He w...,„,„.,,.,. hil r „ K m „ ,. „.,,..„. It wa cepted, must be ac, ., evidence taken on the 27th to District "F." ed with great reserve, and that il Q| CO rrul"-f ition th. beat rvlPsltofl Matte* whata lie was to was dangerous to convict a man dence of corroboralion He asked, appear bofon m, PalMa Magls; lice Who could better corroborate trate. and there realizing that he unless his evidence was conoborColvin Phillips' story than the achad failed In his first attempt to Ik-fore he sal down h* wanted atad by some other I cuse d himscli' .•*, ulpale himself, In calU a u, make g few oil i iwn Pros*. Ihftrring lo the first.sutemen.policeman, and maker. ., vuluni-oii nno i h cr aiuecl of the (J se. ru J, r d I ' %  -VT'.HL Mlfllnrt nn,,s and '""gnltlcent statement' W hkh wai not unl.kel. to l,e • of an athat brought them to he aecond w ., K moUiei kUbi i %  • % %  %  dec,' rj^T,' M lory of win took plact (-handler' tcmbei i the date | %  itarnenti course he nuld deal with thi rome respects, and >lviii Phillips. I|i important factor •pita of the part M an aecompUoii whl< the there were thi BUsdaV enta "huh the Law required. ,. As regard. t of jitvestlUBtMn!. which .M invited the juiy to by Coleln Phil the mur ), cawafully th>' dn morning Of tne 191h. the d;,;. child %  put up anothei alibi, ralaad bi I LfodoubtedI Id the policeman that it W| i, ;i v. wag going to sug... ^uttan^totaUSgperlnteodeni m t that Oraavi had HM know.'alemcnt^ were Slmmonds that he was going li> ledge of what took pl [1 report what had happened to the mM( ht even be suggested th.it he gtftni thai it was w „ |h c person who pul U only the "two of us", he didn't ge stiou Into the head of th< because "I might kill myself" eused. •u. u.-J They had haard and Mupid l % %  ui,-n. i Greaves In the witness stand, and made and rarnlndad tham that Mr ^^ lennw) ^ m orated by witness Ifaldon Year'.' n %  %  % %  ma 1H ,i invcsti**" they would raaluki that it was not unusual for a man to i church alone. If Greaves want I-..AMIS-. ,..m n........, I i..a MUIO w .-n-iit-.. U CUu. V RUss, r ilaees. I J**i sun OASES (SMALL & LARGE) &f INDIAN SANOAiS &f F.MBI). Ladies' Bl.tHSF.S j ,., i ,. uations at Pie Corner. Itrst asked h ..^-_ u ._., Phillip* lie had awne t.. rthtoj about the Sj^. !" ; son. and that was the accused and mto the church to eat the fish-cakeaea-egRs. and he saw a booi. JOBUaad ntpUtd >at he iin h(s 5UlU mcI1tJ(> lf th UCC( .pted which he hurl bought he lold of how they was ju-t about to , ttK he wou d put „ |(| ,,„.„, haviremained at the sho| ( left the baach and ll"accused tion to make a statement. Uat ^y murt as hcrp wa „„. his custom 1 squeezed around the how ha left the accused unUl I night. .... . tta 1 D The mother of thcchildi %  child or Jury's Utity i ? .in. %  —— %  -— iau, iin-j nil,:-, .i-> ui.-,,wain miand hi %  '" the atntlon. rgboration, then ..nv talk of aeroad and he and IhUlips took the ,,,,, dld not caution him, because romp i loet „ 1UB pass out of then lower road. he was not charged. This was on ,-,.,,;.. .. % %  , ., r .,„, ^'rV'""^'^"^^ 2l6, f ^ l, "i "7 W The accused had h>.d Sup..,,,,,,. VS h how ,e ralU> n^i. i!l-^, } #,ncnT M 8 %  UROfMfa. not once, but SJj pat rtS the by FhilUps. Phillip, dar • %  ... Lha DTtuM, Md bj MOUM i „.. th< U Bovaral **"*" w !" *** nittad lo them thai R.., afore Usoi ahouid X m d t \m ^V„,.. ..^M .... .h., u .^*. ,,c CU9 f d w * P"-"." '?" MM allow .itythllUl which, they that the child WM ing from l time that Colvin %  aid was taken up Colvin i I hnwlnthe Ufhl the child was %  into two. and the Uvi I il into a ); and at thev had i • %  i. the rtmai i b,vn found Silent IV -lirni.il> "That is tile i in Colvin s dory i rat the person who ,|. carried It to might have •'.. -1 Of ... ihe loss || ,!_ up atl( i suBp,,,,,,,. %  "'' %  I of it. deliberation il would !! %  b PUl He told the jury that they could the evident-. MfMB| at n k haU ii atausst COIVIB In -nve at their WN, i,t brotlv I Harris' hop, 1 folng glvinf up hat friend to justice. Icause ha I I not i ran up an In* j Mow they larnent nocant mas Ootlin had not Uv %  !: In h as' B brain BOB of • ie upon the I n there *4tli -.' Biptainl %  ce uaad, Imt he realised that the they would come to ,,ne conclusion. tM tnada lime had oine to relate what hipand thai %  that 1 i"ed ft the statement to %  pt-ried. On the other ban ia .omething happened on the ISrd ,'ieciised, wtttl his better tOM # On Page | rf their i then weigl: .here's prmtiyn in owning a OJOISELEY A Gl 0 9 jMAKACtia %  rv m LBV • laaaJ 1 ( i ,. n > > 1 eg f"" 1 at %  sssS *' I %  trfc-^jj.-iKj. =-s*. j ^~ M 'i ^^'— -^k *"^ !" ^"taijf M rP^_ ^^ i*a*^^ .. _. Mr c>e often assd to unsit sad •i-lx aflsr %  4ay't urk Somtumm 1 1 .r had It) MS> law lo n huilaM ; H* Club Jun ttid 'Vou'SB i.hjM, tuffnin* Imm • louA of r iii.nfi Whj nor Uj CrtsiT* KATES III t:\VH\M.I thai edaosting-J ospiM-ially i'or , when you h>oL at lb. pfltsW tag. Ihat you falaTi |M saMf \alue. UIi• ~lf. %  f %  -f i. a Tan Oxl„.,| | I... B07I I JfOwtl Tii.l I., every pair itinJobu W lute i;,i.. ( ..iitre Shield the M^II HIIKII ni.an•jiiiri:nl 7 Look for it iu leadillK -ton ui liaiha-l. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right Beilt-i Jeiseys & Spuns gtripSS & Florals SI. ">.(} each These modrro ttolieley can of imptMiive diguty and iusunuui .,i.|.,iulni.(il. aif blull fat UwM tahase iaaalr g&od tat it ba> becuDK even aaott aop-itnt and rupecud la thi* siwLta QeriJ rr %  tyUng has btcoma so (oromoapUft MTttEiD txruan I.TO., CWLEV, OXFORD. F.WJA\D T if oav> M rrujn iKitsr. a>at. PICCAIMLLV. LOMJON. 1 Jkn'i i.iI iit4 (>pu waihad %  %  •4 fMBit. loaad up r,t '—§ %  'j FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phon. 23SS Sole Diitributon Phonr 4504 PROTECT YOUR EYES wOA •* • • i .. rit } 7B* ram af da> ess sad kawg ia-M>k4 br bnkOr i*h %  as. if oVrsrirad >mSSL. | TIYLON KIIASSIIIIFS $1,41 per pr. Till: MODERN DRESS mm Broad Street ARRIVED!! PAN BuUKS WELL KNOWN MYSTERY AND ROMANTIC STORIES XIIV04 AM SIVIIOMIIV



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PAGI LIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATL'KDAV. JAM'AKV 12. 1132 %  A it K1TIJAL Ml RDER • I mm Page 5 %  %  %  %  would >.. % %  .ootP' %  he told him. 'Thi child "i!| %  %  kid *caj '" nmn who %  moat tncortaialent * ilt< H gadaaag Uiat th. thi guilt; Proof They 'vcir i.skcd 10 accept ii< proof that I] %  %  possessed hooks pointed lo his i gone to Harris* %  %  art Ming u ho hi.ii I The i'i %  %  %  'n r tended show thjit he v .i did UN •But -lit gentlemen o 'lhat many %  man has ptwi'i himself a much mm. lutoi Besides, he had Mid that he had tnki i l„. would %  %  Speak.i of hi aafag to MM eat > accused. Mi Clark) itni m | -sed o( They would douullc%  PbiULpa bad tiny ttu Held Torch had paid hi %  yet he had itapad whan he had chances of running Ha < stayed am h ha had witnaaMKi evefjrUainc. Uut the M td Mtd in his nau-mfiii HO III %l Top KEITH MILLER leap* BIK'I -Hid *ppniafter *. • Indian Boh Chrlatiani in the Four" T—( in Mrlli'iiw m Bottbii All VALCNTINE : 'illy toi Lb.w. (galas* Lindsay Haivtt (103) %  MePxmrn1 '•' %  Who's Who In The Intermediate, -I) And Tornado Classes %  Mayer*, bar •r. Bought by Ian Gale. Not known wh.it performance will give 11 been epalnted h rew. Dr. Tornado Cliu Roben i Mag been redecked ..S.-.1 the tor%  0.V Sk.ppere.1 ** George Baggot last season. At Trophies Prewni&d At Y+M.C.A. Mating I M Mi.llicld OartlBla K.i. l a.m. Ilrariiu of Ihe SI. I.ui | Miinl.r Case eeaataaaaaal ti ihr Court or Oread it I -1.111* Ml ti" ,,ii, l-i.lx i i i.urt. in I iinif—ijidien. Bpaaai • eeaaM UttM class champin nut whan Ora I .tin "ii )i ii 11 %  i> %  t i. i bloods bands. I would note th.r lirOp of bUn 'I hail Ixili found mi ised's clothe: P 'in. and b) thai to ihe i. ivarnnwnl Baetarmofl %  been m cttma When thej wen %  %  th*it tnry hid ml been washed, Yet no bloo datiuioii <>f blood had be> on then i. The Police had taken a varletj nf thli nut no If the I of lie snook• %  ados Y.MV.A when U Annual "." %  ,lM!l U I at UnUx ..' II i 8 uophlea tl and ihe Snoohai Mr. I I t arnpton, Mr. N. Griffith, the "A" %  %  %  %  pion tad Mr. W. I B cum %  %  ..f th v \i c A. .i ebon .1. o. A. n.i mambtn ||| inciting .. %  N i %  ""' %  %  ,. lW Moses and the folk son.. | ,., v to Me On|) With Thine Eyes. imie, would have IK*.. on htm and Tl ' v -PI perhaps Ii %  %  I tor 1951-52 and the Bay Harold u M W 'in.a Mr acruil, %  -ifoi iha annual kKUoa ol cbjld'i bod aelora Tha Ch lirman, \it A the annu ..i %  it -,,. ihe matnbi hoita] a full football ud .ixk.t Bald Grenv. %  ,. > %  %  .of Uma would ,,, i-%  econd to not t In U %  that hii i riurcbBHi wfcalming pvidrnc* th had baan rommilted, bul mlttad. bul i %  whom it mJUad. nni r^i-t ,i Bible Daopita thai in] had sworn loudly enough wl TUft'l 1 iirrohornliwii They ware asked 1' % %  itlQn of I'lullip %  Iha rad u Corbta ha.| Springer's Voice calling I "Ii tt paouU ticked, "that not huafaand arho wa lookins oul at the a not brought to prove it"" it had beat i ild II it tl 1 bo round | tiiken ai 1 rat* WftaM the rhilH oea anyone said that Uovd Linton uinild not be found, it dut not a) that that person kn I title ol %  any duT I lip*. It i ii'if.ui ti leium .i IM> tron PhOUpa %  *i BQI n %  respet-iiv. | theaa twt man to"' took. A that M., ti %  "M.v I.. UlM Phill M nc man i arraatad %  waa .Mi.i nan l %  < ui lelvei in the i Mko much of theli %  ie |o then bit lo mip" i a| thanks to the director! I ti of the "\" S. Bellierhe lantlon ol Iha [until mn work 'if then Ir. il. M Win...%  i ii r rwr, who U M %  %  WEATHER REPORT tLSTr:KIt\t Rainfall from (mlnnUn -. ln>. I..UI lUinUll lor month t date: 01 ln lliehr.t lWagMnMn: HJ.i F LowaM Temiieralure: 70.0 I* Wind Velailtv | mil.-, per hour. Hiirometer: • | .. m 4 I II <3 p m I M.M4 TO-IMV Nunriae: 6 II am Suoael: S M |i m Moon: lull. January I LiEhlim 6 M p.m. II..-1. Tide: 4 II ..... | H Low tide: |,Nl.|„ !• I PI". \\ h.l \\ ill Leud JVu 0|\in|ie< Tram %  UNOSTOW J %  %  < Jaa 10. Arthm H Mnki. " %  Iraining, till of erhon are il pn ent in Am rotd Ing i' .-on 400 and Ma mataaa and relay*. Joe Yarn-1 will be the coach. CRICKET MATCH CANCELLED illOur afajcMhag i orrevpoiidenl) HURRICAN! ... ui-. i i hetrher n nber en boats are also expected to aai] Ln the e Class and seven in the Tornado Class. The Plrst Retialty ol the R.B.Y.C.. tj moon. „ yean. Now being painted. M I; 11.1 (. ha.-, already pur] l8 c!ytie. 0n..| .,u,l skipi nip to be presented to [Cni1 h, Sydney Nurse. One of ne Tornado Claa* ihioU boata of this rlaas. Has p.earnt Geoa*g>fa . known wheno presente Teddy I load DU 11 *>> Stanley himaelf s*^ Geofl aj .kipperlie. hianoall i very fortunale last aMr> l> T SttMli A scratch Ixwt of %  t ive a good per'" hag Stanley lias made *H*W ids well fornianie in her class A scratch tnipros-einents. He says he will %  rsx boal. Wta ihe Cup thh 12 ir. i on. j %  ui-red i. l-. ( ii: I Pan. (iwiietlb\ K iabout to sell her and he ia Hanoi i barge of hi^ kmklng for a B'*M y Pin C. E. Paison. The jafjds buying anulhvi tvpo of boal 'Cap'* says he hni no time foi Ifow.-vi-i ihe will IKsailing if 'aelhg therefore he i^eilint; not sold. She -"'11* very welt in ''"'' %  aV*C is a member L.f the l-ard v.ird and a^ the winner Pl, "Lte a Pierre Yacht Club in of lb. Fi.'i'-... Trophy in 1P49 Moiitreal ami is sailing on tha 1 fot the 1C '*" :..h„. M„.r. will ^"^Z!T&,„ I ,?<" PT„ fu'i <• <" as*"*" m br..mh.r. L> 10 Van Thomdyk, Owned W1U again be ^S?C, L'> Rwnwnd -Buck" Murph ,,.„,. furmei %  i Boaa, ThundM l pe*l Mn>i i .;ixl jierforii'%  rt-tutnecl t,. Ui.! r t •..!-!.< ; gain idOa. fomieqly a Jeaag ggd) skip%  Peter b %  %  skipper m the Tornado series. Breakaway M on the Tat I: I under*lnno that *n %  ailing n. and niter It* Ti ma fa John Huntc out foi I 7 Mohawk bai is t.wned by Dr. David l' Has been repainted and ncd. Young "Hilly" Manning, with his deep love for -MII now add yachting to his ||at which includes water polo, swimminn. diving, etc. He lg 0Q0 ..f Qw his boat. Mohawk now low mast and boom ID Dauntless. Owned and b) William Skeete. A powerful boat but William is lo >kmg for a prospective etUV bOWOvai bO racing this aeason. J I2 ('IT, -n. Has been repaintaoaUred for this seasons %  ]• %  :.,: %  boot in the "D" Class but w-.-ts promoted In 19.S0. Owned and l> Arthur Evelyn ill be brother Robert Evelyn and Stanley Carter. I 4 C oroae tt g Owned b> load gBd skipiH-red by r f.n. Jackie. Winner of the %  i p in this Class last yoaj H ii always find her wav out of n .lied the o difficult situation. May not be fi which was schedready for to-day's racing. ^.ilurdayb I. II Keen. Skippeted bv L*t> %  elocl I Hood. She also will not be ,i> foi today*a raetag. Etolurn"iniii! at 1 pn All gala > • • racing last season after be-. d to iittend. Ing on the lieach for s everal ly known a* the "helir man with the beard", and atrip* pared bj Pricky" MiK.ro. bro-' thar of Slunley. Thomdyke has a. HOW deck and has been repaintad in blue instead of white. Cm Will be Raymond. %  D 14 Hurricane Recently rethe island from TriniEnd Rheumatism While You Sleep SUGAR -small samples or lis nun Vis To Our Friends KUVCSLEV IIIMIHMIII 11.111 \T it\iu-. The sharpesl IIIRC HM "i.rld has met On Ihe famous blade called Klue Gillette. Kecnuiltcd sons of the dam like up t.i-d.itc men ihe MMU OfiC, enjoy llw m deUi euy.ccoaomlad sh.i\i... TIK> ktiovv no blade Ii r. .. keen .in edge or l.isls Blue C.illelle %  : HI.J,. 3l)jt Blue Gillette Blades T0*ni INUIINHS lo i OlDDgg ORAN1 LIHITBD 5) Does your Roof need &r Painting ? Than HOWRAN1TF it—and forgot il. For the best protection agAtnst Rust and Corrosion uaa BOWR ANITE ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINT Goes Farthest — Lasts Longest One Gallon will cover 700—1.000 sq. feet. Stocked in RED. f.HKY. HI. .CX In drums and tins of Impeiial Mtasure WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. A Biscuit is as good as it's Pastry— CRAWFORD'S BISCUITS are justly famous for their exquisite pastry. 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r\c.\ nun IIAKB.WMIS AllVOrATF. s\Tl RI1XY J \M M!V l BARBADOS ffi#AD\(MII SEM*<'4'VSI'III fall* liaising bj Un lute* llrnl FH-U4 • U>. A4—U I II.r I %  Slurdv. Janii..r\ \2. 14">.' lltON I new House of Assembly an raised. On* incident in which M and Ihe Speaker appear to he in dj ment as to the RnU-s uf :l It reported in the Advocate of January lit The inference to bi from this incident is thai Mr Adams em himself to be riht as to the Bull House. In the United Kingdom un whose Parliamentary Rules the Barbad< of Assembly bases its own pp Speaker's powers are substantial ly in raapocl of rulings gg The Speaker of the Hou • I I Convnons has a legal adviaai n< ependenl <>i all part\ i Bui tha Speaker is also responsible (or ohaanrlng the rules of conduct of debate s-> gg to curtail unnecessary argument. In I9ii pgputy-Chairrnan, <>i ways and means wan given power to select, in respect uf any motion under any consideration either in Committee of the whole House or OH rapt new clauses or amendment nduct of debates in the House is Qtarejfore largely dependent on the skill, knowledge and impartiality of the Angrier The importance of the Ofllce cannot be owrstreaaed. There is in Barbados a body <>i opinion which thinks that thi icm of conductingparliamentary business is inadequate to the needs of the day. This school of thought points to tl that the Governor is unable to approve of any expenditure exceeding £50 and regards delay as inevitable because then is no permanent standing Finance Committee of the House in being. They would like to sec Government buginegg %  ponded up by the introduction of u committee of this nature. Another school of thought which agrees that time is wasted in handling of Government business is 11 to consider the establishment of a standing committee for two reasons The lirst is parliamentary. They cannot ur why the handling of GovesTOBOBl business cannot be speeded up by the ex| < ance of the SpaiaW, whose knowledge of rules of procedure and control of debates give him power to stop time-wastii .u< \ evances. This power the) feel can be safeguarded by app->: ,i adviser or advisory body for the 3\ done in the United Kingdom. Also they do not understand why the House should restrict its meeting! to one day per week. I is no reason why the HoUM ihouM not meet as often as twice or three times weekly when major debates on the budget tadai subjects are taking place. But they are cautious about reconunending any standing Fin.uue I'-mm House which is not notably composed of members experienced In At This school of thought, needless to Bay, is led by traditional Barbadians who an anxious to conserve, preeerve and safegnard the privileges which are vested in Ihe HbUSe ol Assembly. Sj % %  ,.. i u\ J do with decades uf experience "i political Ei % %  an' Inevitably blasaad In favoux of building on existing foundations and are reluctant to embark on p: which appear attractive to those who have lam Imowledge "f local condltloni and local parliamentary practice Tbeir reluctance to change la not however baaed on a Stupid resistance to change. They are preoccupied with pram n parliamentary system at all COStS even thougli the creaking of its m* apparently cuuscs delay. The Hi Assembly is composed of the electi bers of the people and those meni only represent then constituents if they are allowed in adom I peed and an not to become units of C unl purposes. Tin-\*i-<.\ and COI debates must depend i ii thi' menu.. ed by the House to perform thl and r. -, of Speaker. r a old be a fatal dag for h.nbados if even it were thought by any body of opinion (local or external) that efficiency of governmental business depended >') the disassocialion of the representative HoUSS of Assembly from the day to day conduct of affairs. Already there is gmvi OSM SS fur eoncern at the tendeocj poly in Wt it Indian political life, which is due to a shortage of members skilled in the subjects which clamour for then | If this monopoly should extend to the king-pin of Parliamentary life, the speaker's Chair, then a blow would I struck which would cxtin. all want to preserve dssn 11 uq lea Dean iirni Au I %  i>Wd SUlrs *huw thai i iti ful fr-rdiiu: 'nil iood I1 •thr mo.l I r | bees I'.iflTV By I" M \ HIKMAN The crowing of aalrv caivn U %  mu.1 i„^ruut. >.. s '^'. %  I ftoeud, piuie ol d-uE*j %  rtnjentrtf UM 001 • %  %  %  m.Ul on**, time ia diap %  | ton ...... %  ***k on Thr n v brteaiu "" %MmU mi xUl i % % % %  | U UK of good puxe-brci Cent "' I i Duecul wfartlne m Join i U pel %  rug the flrM t. I —' ieeount I %  %  ile seours are harbored in .eid arc %  Herd imyiox. .'I'l'IOXIITUilCi. o.ouu.lnw i.vn |M*I i %  %  %  ravag iloah u %  fi i|, anting in fan%  %  last i( a call .1 The is gnat 0 lauKrvu, even %  laaUng pro luwixi. because .He lust %  : %  %  all, UL[lowed io tl i a is .is mu.li to .... %  nth respect lo .. ., ..II, i pn %  ajltung abilii • %  -.re, shoulii IK• :....IIII: UN to ..:...!:. oaubi b u> I I If the KIMII > ,i JOO-O!)!,: inn bard, I of cami tron dain below that level muM bs vlgo11 mi. laiportaot 'netui in nt: iif 'i f : B| ol thrifty Mtort they are born rnakM u^ %  i %  birU), during Ihe 1 u>i i . %  !i, did haw I Olghteweoka dry pa %  ft d SD .I in ( %  In go.i'1 !: n I %  The ild be I IISj rrean. Ieaf> hvf. u well M tilaga K it is available, and enough grain feed to keep thrifty condition. A lor the | portanl Con i Uga with oa grain In the .ilw in thin condltion and prodi peerlj In ixiM'ini' ceaw if i-ior nutrition %  %  It is a well-known i nt that l> low In VII l > Green postui %  %  if such not 75 to BO p %  %  %  %  I I %  %  naceCHry ui caiviag mm A 13-ounce in > %  • i tha i | %  %  %  % %  %  %  iin upon the de%  tha tndi. wbola is %  k.in n..U ihouM tie gradu Ol %  ng made BI Ih A %  %  ; in' unt of SjMBB %  i*( t i 14 |.ound* it two months o go; 12 lo 18 p m t* t Ihre months ol a|0; and most calve. undj lictorr the ...... %  \ good < 111. > i %  i %  Uoul U put I is bom, %  I cord -iinui.i %  %  wat.h UM eon I %  n .ail they n %  tnontb Meifara ov.r si-t months of age Ul can lor Lut should no'. rap a and i u leanu nomlcal gains in body aua the,. I : chlorine i: ,>l{ %  feed if milk Colostrum Hat which | <-.iif real rtai i • agalnat IH rich in \'it,.min A months of ag< JI Ui growlni ii>-i Hotfera ^lluuld not be kept I, but i %  . %  ., and has benaflctal „ 1(( i allf ,. %  %  efTifl HI, |ha I l-eavo the calf with tWO of tl keep tin* %  %  • %  and te.r Do nut overfeed About one % %  pounds of body weigh: nt. An 80-pound calf %  ingsl |. r tha 1S"I per In., ilk '" 1T2ST deg^rshren". ;—; the h.tlei may tiv led on ro ugha ge including pasture. with .t mooaraU aosounl During the summer DWOU) lent on., %  o nn,". tue grain read I ind ti is Important fo: atrcnMl] %  Laguma tiaya. suci %  of tin mi nonlegui i i %  I I This i ugha Ing usually Ki .i -in read! Oh then arc and treatment am milk UTBda A pr-flu-lion. Ni I %  %  bles. Keep Ihe Calf in a dl loh m iniMii.ii.. md vltamu be fed sal^l.Hi i ity fiand w.th Just enough gnu l| phed to keep 1 mowing i well. Whenplenly O) niughagfft and aU i Ing mainh ( .i i i.ili 1 Anierie.in aJtparUnofiU i he. raqulrenienta (or growing bellaru dry. well-L. i I about 10 per cent oi % %  prourin coma brom bedding will pens. Da not : typ'. of barn, aiaaa, which h.'i-i opan on Ihe wndh side but 6 to 10 calves, are beat. >' At the Brat igrts of %  ickneaa, l|1 man cared for 80 ba h cowa, and did additio* WOrk. Tile :,ii>UJlt of I -i of tuna thet grain wa %  i ." %  nd ihe condition of th. %  %  %  %  %  %  I If | apt] %  i ut HI loan i If drugs, penicillin, and %  U-aptomjTln I treats! t cell diseases, but pre%  %  %  .live, but i, i normal %  ' %  %  pplMd Ui.i: strong .md h: Ih'i'/i S\ mpiilhy I ha iSVoceta— %  %  1 The (iutkullies ore in .in ordinary Ufa, can we vol manyj iui l do not o think thai the pupil death"> i if. •, n| i,. |i. )S !; and il i. i/arj short of t oa cUfflculuei a/an deep lympathj with lha ^ known that the whip %  i i. rerU* o-daj we ahotlah UH ii.itun.il relu ..i-srouping ghflng thell ' ''" %  %  :,,: l )r same goal a ., Hon. ,. kick MISS i> IB1 KRBOt el be greet a ,. naUona, W J nuary, ISM. luon perl Xl „drul would advocate that the crt1 Imm-r-J % % %  l.iUlKMtllhltiiills UM Oe iii', ; ,.. Unui v, lUl b*ta| natallad and a Icm of norklag, which will .,,.„ „ t silt. Maj i congratulate the give rreoter im,iuction. is being Uooa wbx> have Ipd apeclally brought about. % %  r BSSTJ % % % %  : < th. 01.1 .mil .tlidainod. hrrak* \ loth Jai I OYALtST BOd ih* .uting my i. ordei to operate. A waa taken from my urm, wltl I M'i i Innking ;i 4 U %  T saw the wficelad iKit of the Ut bre.ithI v. Lahed her lush, and :ing tm fk IkMle. lend "f mine, by have at* knew the ss Cai not be In until %  re ei' %  tall a morning off and o|ene>l to 8 p.m. so thai %  I of the evenlna, The ahop id would %  : ended for ch l suggest that :he now Trained u a* might arlaa nut it Teachers, go on hi their maximum %  dmMedll • %  f the ten y to go t.i all the tiouhle revlUon; thai the bar be lined had collnpsi ,llrt n reward Orlitlcate A. and thev be put on oi cnxritim-Ton TO P AUCIT Y • treatment ilepending OMMITTEE. go on to their m.ixlmum. For future trained -ronla w< 'lechnical quali?_ ; 1 ::;^.! 1 h 1 ;; ncauoa ..i the. A. these should not t A ho stuff and eram a year 11 theory, and ..re ln0X| • for the Model Scbool at is part Of the 'naehiner> tf ROl and needimmediate overhaul ::r. %  I'.iluinlit.n any of us. or of %  % %  of it n rtruggla DeadBI i>itiicm of laasJy for life. Every family Education is one ul paramount without A. a bar. according as tba Dueetu % %  placed at some A YOUTH NOBODY'S DIARY lo\l>\\ BAM BAM BIN Apologia pro it.i.mi. haa, "l last %  i %  i %  %  • .1 >.'. lt." %  diciv g miKht underi.. i gpected to fQ true" Al i on and 1 B fur my who is %  i The I I aright .!, its contnbutors and Eo %  as usual In that ehSS Nobody cares. Only if drop then poetic Justice I [h as a weekly uttei %  at sng fall. 1 '1 %  : %  •. under my l I tin floor. UBSDAT—II %  rt of thing goes on rm irks nut stamps. In cornea a Christmas card with six Barbados circles "Four St PnlUp, one St. Tliom.i-, god one St. Tarnee It was ad. the lirst place little sssuTchlng) alh g UM k si the AVneeentVi "Who's %  \\ WOUld have made it too rVhnt 1 don't understand is why it] %  raould have a post mark "Port-au-Prince I or "St. Join: No wonder ir didn't get to me until the second; week though it had reached H nil by Dncember l' 1 was amused to u-nive an invitation •Com.t0 NASSAU, BAHAMAS, ideal tourist resort'' on the back of another Xmas Card whirl, reached Bahamas on December 22 in timi> tor their Xmas On tha front I n d aOSSBNT TO BAHAMAS which explains why it never reached me tit) LM2. Never mind I notice thai the Q.P.O. is telling us "DO NOT BURN CANES.What I would Like to see on all is my old motto CERTA CITO, which may be freely translated for the OSiS without l-a'i here quick and! :. %  reeerv bj Nobody). EDNE8DAY— U tl n waa a day foi national mourning this was it. On Jan t. 17WJ 1'iit Introduced income tax He did Bui I<"k what happened. In the Hi rt year Pitt's Inoonu tax In i t6.0Oi),0O0. By 181f. it wa I brl L!4.;i20.OOO. And in K from Uadlvid I than £1,189, 728,000. wai "lit to be. Bu' in England the taxpayers are drawn from the people who elect the Government. In Barbados, imitative little island, no such thing. Less than 6,000 pay ta>: but nearly 96.000 can vote—TWICE. I it! Did somebody say NO REPRESENTATION WITHOUT TAXATION? Ye-' id it Mr. S. R. T I.I 1 Blowinj your own trumpet. Nobody: WI res a trumpe or a temboui Ine In %  bug hustling aion. the I %  In a sea' and the pa sse ng ers telling the conduc tor to step on it when he's already doing 55? Mr. S. R.: Why pick Ml Nobod-. I stTOAY—HUMPERDTNCK s Hansel and Gretel was spoilt for me by the deep throated rattle I IK nip] rented motor which disturbed the Sunday afternooi repose of W I three hours There is no betti r way of adult educatior than list, nil I He and yel thosf privilege near the momui news from In don becni their sots One realise that a tax On knowlcd. on sin | I of adult edu voice is the only one that is raised. sATfRDAY—A week jf Columbui gfl ;n 1492. On that same day in 1950 the British Empiri :.-unded. Thenis no conned mrelated wttfa the %  'bus discovered 'VADOB C W.M TTNI I the 700 Bahama islands or cays. The nai Ituiu-s has stack even though the Bahamas will have nothing to do with what we call the Wt favour Antilles mvself. Tl be wrong? Barbados Annual Review 3/par <-o|iy OH s.il.11 Ihr Advocate Stationery -nvm spun — ii ion \ sn my Thr u/fi'fll'/ix "/ ''"' '"'"' Kuriii/,' SjoMfl -ij//.. fur lirr/trlion ../ IMMI unit li.iir. H/I./I mtt r h m u U m g tttmitinp mill riinniiif! ri/ifin/l vim earn n-ly on I'iiihir; ROI'I un,i ii un:, CANVAS '•'! HI ll\(.S, lo HMMrv iimxinnim I'/filii'iivy ml nil /miiiln "/ Snilhi/t. riumi//.--• C. S. Pitcher & Co. g^ a s B % s e i M o khel ,|r4^ Da Cosla & Co.. Lid. Colors (.'While! WHY NOT rOMSntVF VALUABLE FOOD? manors nssp • m i / • %  — AVAII.ABI.I: FKOM IIOOK *ilnUIST.l A Is., I.Hi. KI**l'lLUXURY FOODS FOR DELIGHTFUL DINING FOR YOUR WEEK.END PART\ !ilk rd (hlckrnt Milk I <*,i l>urki <\ KabbitA Mlnrrd Stmk ri>en YMt -lirnlr>' R>e ><<>U1 lir.tid Hum Hrlrd trull Salad Mixed NulnMtta Kljr* MrllU ralM t rank \>;ri.rii Juat where you get the Beat' (iwManls It rd'i ll.rd* HI ---l His i In Ilia l)-Lu\ Jrllir ( ist ird Towdrr dnipr* tprlrala Shrrrlff* fuddines Sharp a i .ui..* btarva Mallow* Krafl Ohaeaa I ITT'* HlvruiK IKOM FRANC 1 Mummf'hatn|wen(< : "inll.wdr-rrr Dfi Monorote VaBa Onra I'Timn-r Brandy roa nn nxnirirjmrd Fruit


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r.ic.L sjx BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. JAMARV 12. 162 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELIPHOSf 230a 1 i % %  jf i. i i !.!• • yt . i.-t 1'aritr. wf VW lor UW —r IBM. .Kl a> onto 1| 0**.-< are % %  .. I -ill hold • M>ll al the Votrv .loo*. SL Luey. Beat Mo-day. iih %  J Jamjar. Ml. ti M m n UM hour* i l pm f |l A UKIITTTH. %  MM I ftssjsc %  V'.t HOUSES um KIHI VIIO.VAI SHIPPING NOTICES ind UM Vhool wi D M Mli*t in-ttHMi"" ,ng • %  ItalbadOe aBOW Th.— hae -**• IWrtM < %  Ml %  -' Ml I : II I BjV-BBI HP IPW rnodrl in good no fcaaunable Ottol 12 II I -*' • Hn.al | 30 i' it %  ChurrtV arnl ll.enee CM artarf jMirni TUII at Koch-tog. Oru* ClMrA. MM n 11.1M -tuare KM ol toad e.to..gli4g iRfu the Public MM to UM tee DM MM % %  MMBI UI--M. ...I MH| %  H i Bag** MM SSMMB •>MMMM,i„ .u HIBMU wale, n.nailed 1— %  yard -.1IMBMHI PJOTICE AvwlWatIBM loi the ...<..nt Haw toy'f %  •A the VeeUy up to 1) o'etoch noon en -rtwntoi the t*K IMKMTT. 1VU. AMUMMI nuet tie widow, of Ih* oartah of St Mk-luel. wit., are m MM..i HJpttn) NOTICE GIVEN tn.i i >I Ui PurWw "I Ha.n' I. rhoma* of thii 1I)MMI Into ih* l* 1 .Llhart*). %  !i >i>aclia*! by :. %  " %  >! T* Kvparty will M tot ^ I'.n... CM %  MHIM -i %  t. Bt *•* i. .,,nl .1 I |. an V(AltWOOD a BO-iC %  BACK •••"••. tul^f Da C •landing/ ot M.M Ml It a* U'i4 %  lcb I. ntoaj* UMl with lawn -ml Wn At Watt.l-4, • %  Uu< %  •v LIVESTOCK MECHANIC AIi i A:. 0 I HI* n^ond hand Bogart Piano %  fd*. UaaMi Hall SUt rv.n S %  .fblp lavrlai. • to' DBc in HA < 1 %  %  HELr M-id*an O.I.' toaa than 3 jraan ANE rAHTB-,1-1 ton Haavv flUU ilh |,ni'UiiiaUc t*fa and "vai i kkM Cortaa Qaraga Dial Ml* DOOR An-n*n in ricav O W Hulrhlmun l.ii-fl *tra^ Dial 4tt2 1 .!.... %  J im a-' i n-h Ii I M rnanplrto wllh loliatm adaptor Th Partudoa Impoi %  Errt Co Ud Pl-nUlion. BAIIIQIIKI lit kt > I ... II-,.! II I I .Ff. lai MldUng. Mr. *ath %  PW*I Joh All* M %  M- II I M3r. Ai I'liaapMda. >ua> a l| .• landing an M.MN %  ) II %  > laug -ill* a toantojw al IBW !< %  > %  n_. bungalow -I Button 1 Acra. ->l i.ng BiutoDia On* .uto'.-nl.a... wuill Bu with . — .' %  dirOng and ggag, wgiawnn. toilat and A Scot). I llJ g W I HI AH WAT MALTA Catiiaawak. Iiw-a II in> UM Jaai^iy rabruai*. Mi JI a. A-v>v Mr* I W. Co J N Hanyanao A Cd II M-„.|riN BUNGALOW' At II. HM MdrwHM %  fcadrm nnvaMn rii Dial m QUEEN'S COLLEGE rw naai toraa at Shtoan • CMIagw W-> %  to on Tu—aaa toa itoa J^taaa i MM t tohaa. >MI ho M -a— lading "II" tranahtornant al tor BXIali Otllana. Windward I -.rd Uianda DaCOBTA Co 1-ld RAUVADOB. •L4. M. illrlil. W KiltBailing iRtl. "DAEttWOOD" lll It W I SCHOONER OWMHU ASKOC. INC. Tele. 4047. • IU> _.n I SB-J* tmmh \m srfcai to BOAU. IA-wM BOH IDAb agAMA> • VIUAOI T>. %  fhjpgl 1Mb J.a^r> N p^toila -Ml — M i l an Moto> lUi pamta ma, UwaVl *W II— Prliwlpal aroolartfiip 1 l*r a-^rdag to pupil aotonag graalMI 4*lht> ^HARRISON LINE bo Himiiad P OUTWARD FROM TUE (NITEII KINGDOM UM aahogl with Piincipa II 1 HV to n not ac*dlng *S00 pw | • rdMM og Uir aald In-prclor lo a HM BOt • • ftdlrtg 4 Ito IWI MHMM" ir laid |nrrT>ar> | IM da> of AIHII. 1*1 LtnJ o( J.ninD. IM3 <-AKIUNOTON A 5EAI-V. %  ggaj i. n 10 1 M n AUCTION NOTICE will uMo> lor I GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION S.S. SS. iSS. Veuel 'BIOFRAPHER" "CROFTER" % %  l)EIUtETT* %  l RIRE0MAM From .. Newport b Glasgow .. I .< .1 -.cluii .. Liverpool .. M/brouih l> l.v.aun 30th Dec. 5th Jan 6th Jan. 10th Jan. 30th Jan. DM Ba'bado* 12th Jgn. 16th Jan. 18th Jan. Htm itandlng ii ,II. pM Ptoi niar* I CUHK I*rv:'. H 11MITED orricr cixPK T. Apat* U" f ,. I •%  .n IplrBBllli Lawrr Katato I a-to. ivi-is: -si gwaaillaV I'U %  A... ...ML aa< MISCELLANEOUS MA' i'l B-rwrfL. .\tir4*rtifH in /'or Sit'sutts thv At the fut g fW JlOp* U* \l*-K Va-ttonol up rach nlL Va-U" J " frntatMn. • > BOBC. anJ oCtBO N mr-b*Ja>U.iuxl VKKSVA-TRO-NOL NOSE DROPS I 'to* Dial wir. VLVANBVBU >irXT A llml •ww. M ruag*. a ii un. inn n r <* Co mpan y. Tralal Plwic 4BM. II 1 U— I nig. Cauttoay Gaiai I-IABTI'J TAMf tuVUIIn I..-I.'.I i H|UOR LICENSE NOTICI %  I Maud* InrtlM i,' Ml I'nillp. Inr ix-rmuallori I I 1 ll'adi-t Mill St PtllHU TO, ,1.^ ol JaliuaiA. Ml llAITEII. Eaq. VnU4UN IIBATIIWAHX. I %  -il'. UI I.. I. I .,' II n.ll.k PRODI THIN OF IANCV MOI IBM ig f All pci-Him wiahlng b> maiulartui" •A.NCV MOUBUN lor Uto purp- "f *pti undtr ll>* Barbadoa Fane golaaav* Product |..n and EapoM A*l M1-l an *.-•* to applv lo tha Dapart nl of ABTtoullura lar an AppIKaiio Vrm wn-'li mini b toniplotod %  . I..rind nol late: than tha 10 January. • hifh date .pplfcratlona lor to n.anulactura Faniv jnlimi lar purpom ol rvport taniu.i m eajiaiMaiad J. P PBTERKW. Sac'toi>. Fane} Molaaara Control and M..rl.. I,( b II NOTICE ApplKattoni lor ana vacant frlian y nuMy will ha racalvad hv UM Ctorh thr> Vaatrv up lo II o'clock: now. on Mi-ra*Iha ISth January, lU. ApolHm t. mutt Lr widow* Of Uie • tin, ol St Michaal wno arc pad rice iimitaMaa ronna ol applwalran can toa ot>UU.-l ni the VoMry Clan. •_ OBVliriilon* Hi;, D-aaiin-u n.uaa roinpalan Dnawtog and Dining Imitioonn kiuiii-! %  OmrglllBIIBl watar initaltod For lnl— • pran-tM* A F Ktn mar an. day aa.ng-g.ga.Jfc i i nar. and CondHMM apt) to • BANrrcui. Mg nan Jar.-. Btraal 19 I JB-gn fnnmir.fnatlxiii ol l. will w-ll or, Tt'EMDAV I 17 llijTri S.1-..-1 Agmi T.nder* for thg Bupply of Skimmed Milk Powder lo the Public ElwmenUry Schools Tanawrs are Invited fo* the supply of 80 UUhty) Ung of Skimmed S3. "PLANTER" Milk Powder for UM> In the Public Elementary Schooli of the islanu during the following school term<: HOMEWARD FOR THE CNTTED KINGDOM Vgaiel Pof OlSS. "LINARIA. IJverpool Idndon Sth Jan. •th Jan. Sth May lMh September 12th January to lit Augu't. 1952 12th December. 1952 10th April. 1953. ..Iin MtK Wallbonrd. B Car Hii'iiaa I .rnrlaH"a. Tin* Rahlng ls.4,. T i-rti.i. Mlaad NuU and alao l.,diom . l-hlldran Alioaa. and ag %  i -n and Lumbar. : ..I otlocb. Tcima aaah It I *a--in 1 HAVE ln-n iii.tructi-d I. %  ..! iJiacullva Ctonmlltoa to aril ".awcll Alrporl on Thurida. .,.! t 17th at 3 pun ••• F<>rtata .m.aiK Hi* pain >„ it ui I .v %  :: i-I "I 1" I'" BSMI %  % %  '' %  *a and that 1 Mtall not ba llabto loi That cttOftsr Si lil.MKWHi I.IMtTBlt. a llrlllah Clrfhoany. w Irnda or IIU-HIJ addiaa* la 10 Boho U Mlon, W Kngi.Md M*-.. .1 ragtoh-atki i.| n lrad. aik 111 Pail A ol hrdil i., MIWI „l pannad n.h. and will t M ..Her olath day ol Janunn ihati m tn ,-\** In duplkala la %  'DpotltUMi al M rat nnVa * I IAMP iniiii i\ to I iiaifd ihu aath i Par fawther InforanaUen apply sa . DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—AgenU STXAMBU uil. RTTAMSB1 H. HrKAMCR sii>' l'lh J..,...iti STEAMSR aall. >tri J.ri.-aart K *F.RVIl I artivga B'ajpa ISth Jai %  M) Jan arrlvca Pdo. Sth Fit, IWM IHh Ft*.—arrlvaa I'do* n Feu iM NEW ORI.FANH si i: v II I i inni'i m CANADIAN NCRVUr r aaig (alia VACANCY IN THE ELEMENTARY TEACHING SERVICE Application*art invited from teachers (women) with at least 10 -thing experience for the Headship of the St Matthew's Girls' School. St Michael The minimum professional qualification required ll the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom. S-lary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade I Elementary Schools. Candidates who have already xubmittf-d application forms In ic*l).i-t of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, accom|.anted by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may bv obtained from the Departint'iit of Education. All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked "AppointHiPhlg Board" in the top left hand corner asM must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, IBth January. 1952 Caiididafej are teamed Thai canregjiiny map lead to their uiiqjiah'lcalion. nth January, iS2 12.1.52—in Arrtora Rarhadaa 1 %  AI/V1A POINTER" JSlh N iv 51 lath Nov SI llh Doe S Al i >.\ I'tGAStM*_ HID Ihre. a| I4lh Doc S S AI.OA H.MIK — :•(', Dae Bl Sth Jan> 1 \" HTEAMUt ., inJ.tiv. M Slat Jany. S %  i,. i TBOM LTD. — NEW TORE AND UL'LT SERVICE. M II V ItA COSTA g> CO., IllCANAII\N -ntVlCR "jwl all v Mata i l.-HIIL I Kll 001 • a a k T^ m %  i YEAR • 1 HATMOMD ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS BILKS, CUItlOB. ARTS TBUDEMOi si: DAS. JOYERIAS Y ARTI3TT0AB cur.iusiDAunv TTJUDOS DE LA INDIA CKINA o BJTJTO THANTS Pr. Wm. Ilry. St. Dial 3166 Furnishing ? M V. I'.HHT. %  IS I u Kl .UHOU LICENSE NOTICI ration ml Leon BtanW P '" %  '" i--rn> (.... T. >,iU. Malt UquuigW., al i • iiii.Klc >hu|i ultaihnl t' .1 Foul Bay. fit. JAnUp •I, llh dav ol January. ltl i 'A IIAWElt. Etq. Ai li.U-c MagiMratc. Ili-l T i u\vfOi aanatrr. •V. •> i ii* appliraiion will ba con .ilarwd at a Ui.i.in Cai.it la BjM, ..i || ,, ,. A W HARPER Ag PulKc Magiilt ,lr 1' II I M in TAKE NOTICE Indablrd Is tha nald %  otll<_. dalnt. Ikalnl thl. llh day of n. p. nilm 1S1I. TIMOTHY THEOfllll.l* I" uf Allied iobl... Nones TAKE NOTICE SPLENDOR \ V iM'\niii(KL\. a <,np.nv ora rn'tlmg uiidfiiha law* o* Iha nf The NalhrrLiiid*. "* trj I %  ttia iMtl-t %  ila.hliClH Member* are wi.fW lhal tl„ ., ung ..r rhd ,i-", I h-ld al lh> aypjaja gw a Hiitoim ,,g„t.,.. .., v..,| n v incWth J.muat. McB'bcn drairoitt Of *it .iHtmg any motion. HMMl l'""'l %  n writi.iii la tic Scctaiai* not lati MJ %  Mk January •UTTCIIIN!wN MouBai II I i Ti %  %  %  fgV > ^^ New LoveKnese For You -n HLHLIVE Mil i, %  i,-.i M '•"' • month Horn n ..i Jam-i-iV lU. ontoaan ...on ah-ll In the iT.r-.nni.| ... |o Lim my ont*o_ llarliailos (hural Swirly •to above namrd fgaSM} fiaaaa app fj II J.n Pcndle. II I b SSSR h dav I Bprixata. WH.I.IAMB. ., nad. Mn-. ia i SS Follow tin Simple Heauty Plan rrWo.li you* IMI aiih I'.im, in. so ( i ml., ntaMagr wltk molyUlhar. Hmatl pp.. ihi.l Hmri.Jir lor Mdaya. k I hi* 1.411-mt nia.ua,* bringa C r ihln Palm..li.a'a toll unfylng rfln-r' P.S. Foi halh and sssDVIr. fiel fsH thnltv Haiti Siie Palmolivc TORS PROVED PALMOLIVE'S BEAUTY RESULTS/" HOIIKHT III4MI inilllll PLANTATIONS BUI DING. I.OHIK UKUAD STREET r ix-in.i i Sales AgenU for: lr..i.( .iKi.l.i Airline*. BOM. and B W I A ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY Telephone No. MUG STOP TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE He are up frttl And down wllh tl ,) %  \ IBW %  %  Ml. '. •g and other %  %  L. S. WILSON vr. SPB1 DIAL 4 .. la.* of OioM StonaM, whoaa tra^i %  ., Mail., • %  rk Butldlnar. Watar %  Mrcrt. I.lvorpool 1 • %  Olaaa Mannfactutora. ha> anplinl I r i". •rgirtratlon ol a Itade mark in Part A -., .1 of rial and ... SM n ini-.il, 1 tr ma... .heat gtju rolled %  .. I vtn.imantal glna. %  of (1.1.1 and ery.tal. MM il lo irfc'i.Ur Iha aanw alt. i v ti,c lath .l,i. *• J-i.ua>' %  KM perw." "hall in th. ten" itoUra ia diiptieato U I -iftke uf oppoattton mi *uch The trad, m ark can Ba aa i -". al m> onVe I : ,-iiiher. IBM II WH Rgglttrai ,( ri 10 I JJ SB I ItAKBADUS ACADEMY ^ lEgl 1936) C on.litt.lton Kttod iISTER£D ANU iVsaP $> IJIIOX ox SEA .MAXWELLS An Atli;ictivc fully furni-'hetl. seaside bungalow built right .muy beach with excellent Ui thing fscllitiea. Thcic K .i grtde fn.nl vcr mdah extending the whole frontage. 4 bBdhi,. with basiiu). laiae L-Shaped lounge with gajfea tail bar. kitchen, garage and servants' quarters. -MMIV M. Ill AIMIX A.r... r,rx A CO. Krai Enlale AgeliU. Aur'ioiie. PHONE 4610. :;: Building Surveyors l'l.ini limns Buildinr, I MOM LEAKING TAPS WITH HOLDTITE TAP WASHERS '.In. ANI> '.in. OBTAINABLE AT MMitAt nii'oinni Cur. Broad A Tudor Sis. REALTORS LIMITED. • Cable Address Realtors" REAL ESTATE AGENTS. AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS. BUILDING CONTRACTORS. 151 & 152 Roebuck Street. Telephone No. 4900. t. NICHOLSON Ai Ct IMITI*!. %  Brlllah I.Hllad LagWli. .. boar trade ot bnatnei ggiaa. .. Dietliktry. ISS Baml Ji< -ii.-t %  Wckenatll. Loiton. %  ti ngtond. IHatillar. and WIIW and sou I MM applied lor the ragi.tn Itoa ol a trade mark to, Parl A %  Igglater in reapaet o* wine* N ,,.l -ill be eiit.tled to regl.ter the ..... jtor one month Irom the lMh d. aj ofh> nialiiulaM m. orr.ee !,, %  ..,, IhM SMI, g..; •' I'lLKUSUTtlK %  feOTHFJ'" toeerpo.at-0 M gri i. n: BU Marfin BulksiagL Wot. loixidri biltand. fitter to rr^p *t of Ba, aa g co H Kl.* .I..I led gu u, %  %  %  • <1 %  mamenl... . d wUI oe ed to :agi-t< %  % %  | .A.. .1 %  NOTICE Reg...-.' WHJ lAMS ,. T'-l, M.. lb I SS\'.-\t Term begins Tuesday. I'Hi J.UIU.ITV. 19SZ, at 111 W i) RUDDDI I.LPM ttt. A MODERN BATH ROOM is a necessity and with an .. ALL-WHITE PORCELAIN GEYSER a warm or hot balh is obtainable In a matter of minutes MORNING. NOON, or NIGHT This Notice serves to i lomi the public that 1 ha nol seen or heard of my w \gv.:;ri Vicar Atwell (nee Worrell) formerly of the Whim. St Peter for the past weK'e years and it la my ln: to le-m-irry in the noar future OSCAH ATWELL Taltts. 1 '.w///.v.V'''WV''--'-*-' '|M D.iri Al Yotir Gd' Shi book one lo-da '. pmrnf. icroom, atid frrag,i M 'I i.mi N MAIIKK. cU •" {aMaf>fcSXa-V-* -0', I %  '.'-.'^'-CateC** NOTICE Tht<. serves to inform tha General PubUc that I baro j :iot heard of the whereabouts uife IRIS STOUTE Ine.^ Miller) formerly of Well Mini'.'. St Philip, sine* 1937. and it Is my Intention •o re-marry in the near 'uture GARF1ELD STOUTE, Melverton. St. George. 5.1.62—3n W/.W/.V.*///-'///////.'.'.V//,V.v ^/////•/V/V.V.V/.'. '/AWW/ Arrirvd in time Far thv Vrap MASSEY HARRIS TRACTORS ALSO 5-6 ton CANE CARTS COURTESY GARAGE ,:,,,„,:, TIIOM LIMITFU —AGENTS— lllul 4611! %  %  %  %  .-.-.:•.•.: %  .: % % % % %