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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895







N.A.T.O. EXPERTS MAKE BIG DEMANDS

Ike Will

Dispute Over Command

It was learned that mili



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952



Arbitrate

LISBON, Feb. 22.
tary targets adopted by NATO

call for 50 divisions and more than 3,500 war-planes by the

end of this year.

These goals were set by financial and

military experts after having reconciled the capabilities of

the NATO member nations
leaders.

Both figures will be pub

with the needs of the military

lished at the end of the NATO

conference here at the insistence of U.S. representatives
i

so that the American pub

their investment in Europe

It is emphasized these are only
goals and much depends on dozens
of other factors, including how
much Congress will appropriate
for Foreign Aid in the next Fiscal
Year, which will be discussed next
month in Washington.

It was learned that Gen. Eisen-
hower will personally arbitrate
the dispute over who will com-
mand Greek and Turkish land

forces in order to soothe ruffled
Italian feelings,

Offended

_ Italians were very offended
py the decision that the Greece
and Turkey’s 40 odd divisions
would be placed directly under
Admiral Robert B, Carney, NATO
Southern European Commander,
rather than under Italian Lt. Gen,
De Casignone, his deputy, in
command of all laid forces in his
command. Italians came here de-
termined not to agree to this
change of command whieh was
interpreted in Rome as a delib-
erate slap at Italy,

_ Since the Greeks were the vic-
tims of Italian aggression in the
last war and they were equally
adamant about refusing to serve
under an Italian commander an
impasse was reached,

Now the Italian have with-
drawn their objections on the
understanding at Eisenhower
will work out a final compromise.

N.A.T.O. Defence and Finance
Ministers reached ‘almost full
‘greement on the complicated
problem of “infra structure’—the
question of how much each coun.
try pays for the building of Allied
air, field and communications
networks in Western Europe.

Argument

Argument over this question
began when the French, very
short of money owing to the heavy

costeof the Tudew-China
internal infla Saeed, it
the U.S. pay 60 per cent. of all
costs with Britain giving about 15
per cent. and France slightly pst.
The Americans, pericu a ~
retary of the Treasury, John W.
Snyder flatly refused.

It is not yet known what is the
total amount allotted for “infra
structure” nor what the percent-
ages for each country will be, but
the total is expected to be about
$500,000,000 with the U.S. pro-
viding 45 per cent.

Earlier it was learned that mili-
tary targets adopted by NATO and
military experts for the end of this
year are a total of 50 divisions and
more than 3,500 tactical aero-

lanes.
. —UP.

TROOPS MASS
IN BURMA

RANGOON, Burma, Feb. 22.

Thirteen thousand Chinese Na-
tionalist troops are reportedly con-
centrated in Eastern Burma de-
spite Burmese protests and are
mounting in strength for an at-
tack on Communist China. U. On
Mynt, . assistant editor of the
Burmese publication The Nation
flew into the Nationalist-held area
of Kengtung State, Burma and
reported the buildup of Nationalist
forces under Chinese
Gen. Ma Chaw Yi.



—UP.

jto the last

Moslem| cularly opposed to

will have a chance to see what
is worth.



‘Stella Polaris’
Calls With
167 Tourists

The 2,600-ton tourist ship Stella
Polaris bringing her first batch of
tourists to Barbados this year
arrived in Carlisle Bay yesterday
morning with 167 tourists. The
Stella Pol, has already been on
tourist cruises to Barbados,

he show-windows of the
Broad Street stores presented a
great contrast compared with the
dull appearanee which they gave
urists who arrived
here by the press of Scotland
on the day after King George VI’s
poupigtel he as mae some of the
s a lot of shopping 1

Bei getown for Loueate® 7
Many, however, preferred to go
sight-seeing and yisiting various
interesting and historical places
of the island. Such places as the
Museum, Codrington College,
Cherry Tree Hill, Hackleton’s
Cliff, Bathsheba, the Crane and

Sam Lord’s Castle were visited.

The Stella Polaris can accom-
modate 170 tourists and has a
crew of 163. She left yesterday
evening for Martinique and will
then be going to Antigua, St.
Thomas, Cuidad Trujillo, Jamaica,
Havana and New Orleans.

Khan Has
eart Attack

TTA, Feb. 21.

The Age Khan eee an un-
comfortable night Wednesday fol-
lowing a mild heart attack but
“there is Bathing farming now”
according to his vate Secretary.
His physicians are attending him
in the Government House here.
All his engagements have been
cancelled.

The Aga Khan 75-year-old reli-
gious leader of more than
20,000,000 Moslems suffered a
mild heart attack while en route
here by air Wednesday from
Dacka, Pakistan.

His staff physician attending



/him at Government House in Cal-

cutta, ordered complete rest.

The Aga Khan’s movie actress
Rita Hayworth’s father-in-law,
was accompanied by the Begum—
his fourth wife—a former French
beauty—U.P.

CHARGE FOR MEDICINE
POSTPONED

LONDON, Feb. 21.
The Conservative Government
has postponed its decision to im-
pose charges on dental treatment
and medical prescriptions under
the state-run National Health
Service, it was learned here today.
A group of Conservative mem~
bers of Parliament opposed the
charges at a private meeting
Tuesday night because they were
unpopular in their constituencies.
Critics of the plan were parti~
maximum
charges of £1 for dental treat-

ment. —C.P.





TRUCE NEGOTIATORS

MAY SOLVE

DEADLOCK

PANMUNJOM, Feb. 21.

United Nations and Communist truce negotiators

moved closer to a compromise solution of their

over troop rotation- New 0
5,000 troops and one port of
United Nations negotiators were
confident that the gap could be
slosed. But delegations for the
eighth straight day argued fruit-
lessly over U.N. rejection of
Russia as the sixth “neutral
nation to supervise the armistice.
mmunist Colonel Pu San
sad UN. reasons for rejecting
Russia “9 coed and on
orthy of refutati * .N.
Colonel Darrow retorted that the
Allies refused to “enter into any
discussions of this matter.

New Proposals
In an adjoining conference tent

the Co unists submit to a
new d proposal on the ex-
change of prisoners. They offer-

ed to raise the of entry

number f
ports through which troops might

rotated from four to five if
the Allies would limit replace-
ments to 30,000 per month .
Darrow countered with an
offer to reduce the previous de-
mand for seven entry ports to
six if Reds would raise the ceil-
ing on rotated troops to 35,000.
He said: “I think you will find
it a reasonable solution to the
two problems confronting us.”
Communist Colonel Chang San
rejected the U.N. offer. ~He said
his proposal was “my final offer.”
However Darrow said all Chang's
propositions are “final” .—U.P.

eadlock
ffers by both sides were only
entry apart.



MAN FOUND DEAD
IN POOL OF BLOOD

The 56-year-old
Clement “Meals 7 Belle-
plaine, St. Andrew, was
bleed off ie 32.” Rool of
blood on Haggatts Read, St.
Andrew, near the Agricul-
tural Syriee yesterday
about 3.30 a.m. A cow was
also discovered alive some
feet way from the dead
man's body.

The body was first found
by Oomie Spencer of Lakes,
St. Andrew, and later the
Police and Coroner Mr. A.
W. Harper were notified.
Chief Inspector Franklyn
arrived on the scene accom-
panied by Dr. L. S. Tappin
who carried out a prelimin-
ary examination and order-
ed the body to be removed
to the St. Andrew Mortuary.
There was a gash over the
dead man’s left eye.

Mr. A. W. Harper, Coro.
ner of District “F’’, will hold
an inquest into the circum-
stances surrounding the
death of Medford on Tues-
day, February 26.



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NIVEN IS HERE

British and Hollywood film star
David Niven accompanied by his
Swedish born wife, arrived in Barba-
dos yesterday. ;

Mr. Niven is seen left, alighting
from the B.W.LA. ’plane at Seawell,
top right autographing an album for a
lady outside the airport’s Terminal
Building and bottom right, checking
through Immigration at Seawell with
his wife.



France | Pavid Niven Arrives
Purges Army

warn» (Here From New York

France is taking quick steps to !
eliminate the Communist Fifth BRITISH and Hollywood film star David Niven ac-
column from the army and an companied by his Swedish born wife Hjordis Genberg
allout purge of the active officers arrived in Barbados yesterday morning after an almost

corps is underway according to > : : lo , ‘ “Sethe bee - { The Daily Express said to-day
reliable sources, They said * the non-stop flight from New York which was broken only! nat olétis abe uiier discuesion’ to

Anti-red broom was also sweeping] When they stopped at Trinidad overnight to change planes hold the coronation in late Augu
through civilian services such as} They are here for three weeks’ holiday staying on the St-jor early
aviation and other vital industries} James coast as guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ronald
which in the case of armed con- “Heron Bay”.
flict would be closely associated
with the nation’s war effort.

The War Ministry started slam-
ming the lid down on Communirts
some time ago.

Coronation
Likely In
August —

LONDON Feb. 23. |

September. The pape
Tree of|said that the Works Ministry o»
‘ Friday began making an estirnat
It was a busy morning at the }of how long it would be required
airport with two flights operating |% prepare Westminster Abbey fo:

Y j i 4
one after the other, Over fifty |the coronation, It said “consulta
Churchill Starls | pedala were at Seawéll . some had | Uons between the Government and
Denationalization

come to see the film star, others to |] Court Officials—-Earl Marsha! th
LONDON, Feb. 22

|
| see friends off There were even {Duke of Norfolk makes arrang
1 couple of autograph hunters on|ments—-will be followed by
vertised but they are effective, The Chairman = of Britain hand who asked Mr. Niven for his|recommended date which will b
The man personally responsi-| nationalized iron and steel indu autograph while he was waiting|put to the Queen by the Prin
ble for the full scale cleanup is|try resigned in a possible first ‘or his bagge Re to be put into o/ Minister. She can for personal
State Secretary for War Pierre De]move by Prime Minister Winston,waiting car. He also chatted with | reasons decide against it, in whic
Chevigne himself a regular army| Churchill to return industry to’ a few of the crowd who drew near) case the Coronation would pro!
officer. free Sanne Ne ; : i! ‘to get a closer look at him jably be in early summer nex
i . Steven J. I. Hardie, who servec
Sources said all doubtful cases ‘ee of. the . government

The results are not being ad-



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t ¢ ; nianelaed before : ; : ’ ‘ | It is believed however that the
Ene Wedel ny cfinet operated industry for little more BY a coincidence David Niven |Queen is anxious to get on wit
. 5 fi a-|than a year, sent his resignation aud Patrick Ellam, owner of |the Royal tour despite the fact she!
suspected of Communist sympa- to Minister. of Supply, Duncan the 19-foot yacht “Sopranino” 1\coullt oe 3 arnt nn oe
pence 18 vaperted so eae War Min- Sandy, Churchill's ‘son-in-law which crossed the Atlantic in lcrowned in the year of ac oss
istry where All dassiers are caper As leader of the Opposition, 28 days went to the same lin 200 years ree eee
fully studied by a trained staff. |opuyehill fought bitterly against school Atowe School in th Mg oy ODE Pe a tae
»se sources sé : » |Labour |Party’s jnationaliza- Buckinghamshire. | ” ae my 2 Pore
hae aor aid at if ne Its ra and A atl He pledged “Sopranino” and her crew a, yy would mean
any officers CORVICIER OF eit, [himself to restore the industry to of two are still in Barbados. ast £1,000,000 worth of har
nist leaning were suspended. te ownership if he were re- currency being spent in Brit
on tb aoe ay toned i office. Hardie’s resign- by tourists.” #‘Commonweal
fp te old 2a eee ation is expected to prove the; Jt was a scene reminiscent of ountries themselves fayour

transfer to a quiet little outpost first move in denationalization.; when arly crowning.” these are



i i : r ‘ Bing Crosby and Sonja amor
me polaeies ae ay Sithere is a terrific battle ahead, Henie visited Barbados.on differ- |‘he reasons which led to a short
little opportunity to stir bP before Churchill succeeds in re-, ent occasions several years ago yeriod of Court mourning
trouble and even there, their ac- storing the industry to privat When a decision is made
tivity is watched according to enterprise | A Light Shower ine Hoverinanth at tha Caniho
sources, Former Prime Minister Clem- | : wealth will first be informe
—UP, ent Attlee’s party h4s stated pub- } The B.W.I. Airway plane | Then the Queen herself will n
licly when and if it gets back which brought | Mr and Mr he Hnouncement from # ir
into office it will promptly turt Niven from Trinidad touched }).., Palace.”—-U.P
industry back to public control down at Seawell on schedulk t -.
age ” For that reason the Con- | 10.50 o'clock, A light shower of
U.N. Re ulse gean 1 °G ver is faced {rain held up for them to make
servative Government _ is

with a diffictilt situation in which ‘their way from the aircraft to the

Red Attack Queen Told

N 4 . Terminal Building of the airport
investors would hesitate to risk : a a a :
their capital in steel with the} Mrs. Niven alighted first. Mx 66
4 » |threat hanging over them that Niven, remaining behind to col ay ut
TOKYO, Feb. 22 |i, would have to give up their |lect a bundle of overcoats, fol

United Nations military sources
said that a Communist Battalion
attacked the Allied held island
of Yang Do off Korea’s East Coast
above the 40th parallel on
Wednesday but e U.N. company
repulsed the acsault.

De ere CENTENARY
e island is near Songjin, key POSTAGE STAMPS

North Korean coast city. The
The stamps to commem-

Communis‘s attempted to take the
island after sailing out to it in ecate tha Sania ot. itis Gent
postage stamp in Barbados

lowed soon after.
First question he asked
about the rainy weather. He wa
quickly reassured that it was onl
a passing shower The

holdings again at an uneconomi- > li . 99
cal ative should the Socialists I O ilies
come back.—U-P
LONDON, Feb. 22
Daily Herald newspap
organ of the British Labour Pai
published a front page







——

@ On Page &

warning



politics and be “constantly on the
lert ? against bad advice by Prin ce
Minister Winston Churchill

: South Africa Will
The article first appeared

sampans. Many of the Reds were Produce Uraniuni the magazine Tribune

under t
captured including the Battalion lanned signature of Jennie Lie, wife of
Commander. The island is be~ ye ein, i982, even CAPETOWN, Feb. 22. leftist Labour Leader Aneurit
lieved to be garrisoned by a com- though they bear the por- Minister of Mines,.J. H. Viljoen} Bevan, Miss Lie called Buckil
pany of South Korean Marines trait of the late Sovereign said on Friday that South Africa] ham Palace ‘out of date’, inci-
commanded by a U.S, Marine King George VI. Work oat will start producing uranium in] dentally.
officer. tae aieaiee was tao far ad- the near future. He told the The significance of the t

Allied fire was reported to have House of Assembly that the pro-| lay not in the fact that the mart

vanced for them to be can-

sunk some of the sampang, jeet will be financed by British] edly leftist Tribune published
It was not reliably reported ey a = Bus, wet. and American loans which will! but that the Daily Herald, official
whether the Communists were dos h be repaid from uranium sale organ of the Opposition Parts
North Koreans or Chinese. after six months. Uranium will be extracted from! published it under a ¢
—U.P. gold-bhearing ore U.P. theadline ¢ the first page
} :



May Soon Reach Agreemenl

CANBERRA, Feb. 22. Casey said world affairs arefalready arranged for new Austra- the United State hared Au

Foreign Minister Richard G.|sombre and forbidding. The prob-|lian Legations at Saigon and Ran- lia’s views on the seriot

Casey told the House of Represen-|lems of the Far East, South-East | goon and_to raise the status of the | in Southeast Asia and for t
tatives on Friday in « foreign af-\|and Middle East must be seen|Consulate General in Bangkok to of preserving it from ¢









fairs statement that an agreement |against the continual background |that of a Legation. He said Aus- aggression. He uid Aust
might soon be reached for a cease- | of Communism which is complete- | tralia is also strengthening it about to send H »
fire and armistice in Korea but ily and utterly ruthless. Casey said/ resentation in Singapore sioner to Ceylon. H

said it unwise to be certain! that Australia is strengthening its ] bo pl

about i t representatior nd He dec an ! ilts.—U.P.



|
|

| with effect

Queen Elizabeth II to stay out of |

Desperate Attempt To

Avoid Collapse of Franc

Battle of the

Edgar Fauer’s

Franc”’-
one-month-old

By JACK SCHEMEIL

PARIS, Feb. 22
now being waged by
government, against a

background of alarming rises in living costs and growing
Budget and Foreign Trade deficits—is fast developing into

a Battle of Waterloo,
|

) trial life, the French gover
| the system of quotas and
} European countries

|

Supervisor
— Of Visual
Edueation

Following are the latest ap

|} pOlntments mm various Govern-
ment departments

| Mr [ Carmichael, Assistant
Teacher, St. Giles’ Boys’ School

to the post of Supervisor of Visual

| Education with effect from tst
| September, 1950

Mr, Angus Wilkie, Long Grade
| Clerk, Accountant General’s De

partment, who left the Colony on
13th. January 1951, to undergo a
ourse of instruction in Statisti-
‘| Methods at the Institute of

| Social and Economic Research of

the University College of the
West Indies in Jamaica ha
completed the course and will b
returning to Barbados early ir
March

On his return Mr. Wilkie wil
continug to serve in the Account
ant General’s Department where
it is proposed to establish
Statistical Branch

The Honourable — Sir Allat
Collymore, Kt, Chief Justice
left the Colony on the 15t!
February, for the purpose ¢
ittending a sitting of the We
Indian Court of Appeal in Britis!
CGulana

During His Lordships
the Honourable G. L, Taylor
Acting Puisne Judge, has beer
ppointed to act as Chief Jus
tice within the Island in con
junction with his substantive

lutie: e

The following
ments in the
Department

absence

acting
Auditor

have

from

appoint
General's

been made
24th. January
1952

Cc. A. Ramsay,
Officer to act as
OMee

H. R. Archer, Long Grade Clerk
Audit Office, to act ; Examinet

Audit
Audit

Examiner
Auditor,



The following appointments ir
the Service have been made:

Cc. H. Riley, Police Constable
to be Steward & Clerk, Lazaretto
with effect frem Ist. February
1952

Miss Effie Ifill, to be Cook
Mental Hospital with effect from
Ist. January, 1952

Miss Violet Morris, to be Laun
dress, Mental Hospital with effect
from ist, January, 1952

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Fing
| desperate attempt te ayoid complete collapse of the Franc
and its catastrophic conseq

uncial experts warned. In a
nation’s indus-
Tuesday re-impesed
licenses for all imports from

uences on the
nment on

These drastic measures, decided
upon several days ago, were put
into effect as a further attempt to
‘halt the heavy, adverse balance-
of-trade since last October with
France’s European neighbours

In January, the Report of the
European Payments Union reveal-
ed that France had a deficit of
}$234,500,000 in the E.P.U, Export-
' Import clearinghouse.

The measures, described by
s officials as ‘merely provisional and
j temporary,” were part of a full-
scale campaign aimed at stabiliza-
tion of the French monetary sys-
tem and a return to confidence in
France

On the black market the franc
is selling for a record 472 to the
dollar and the price of gold is 608
franes, per gram

But experts were unanimous in
pointing out that these measures
could in no way remedy the des-
perate economic plight of France
unless they are accompanied by a
successful fight against the inter-
nal causes of inflation and the
Balance-of-Payments deficit,



Not Permanent Solution

Those same experts emphasized
that devaluation of the france would
not be a permanent solution of
France’s economic problems since
he necessary conditions for an
verall stabilizing programme do
not yet exist. Until those condi-
ions are made to exist, the French
government will limit its efforts to
rying to prevent any immediate
tanger—-foreign trade, bankruptcy
nd the fatal consequences on the
mport of essential foodstuffs and
raw materials.—U.P.





Labour Wins In
Montserrat

From Our Own Correspondent
ANTIGUA, Feb, 22.

Labour swept the polls in the
Montserrat elections capturing all
five seats. In the Northern Dis-
trict, E. T. Edgecome defeated J.
Edgecombe; Central District, M.
Walkinshaw was returned tnop-
posed; Windward District, W.
Bramble defeated R. BE. D. Os.
borne; Southern District two
members, R. W. Griffith, Presi-
dent of the Labour Union and
B. W. Edwards defeated H. 8
Mercer and J, C, L. Wall

His Excellency Mr K. W
Blackburne accompanied by his
Aide-de-Camp are leaving Antigua
on February 29 on a brief visit
to Montserrat where his Excel-
lency will open the first meeting
of the newly constituted Presi-
dential Legislative Council. His
Excellency will return to Antigua
on March 4.





Whenever you want a cigarette-

remember-

It’s the TOBACCO that counts









SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE









ON. H. A. CUKE, C.B.E. re-
turned from Trinidad
terday morning by B.W.LA
had bean attending a meetir
the Board of Directors of B.W.LA
of which he is

yes-

He

















1 member



General Supervisor

MoM“. HEINZ vV. HEINRICH
General Supervisor T.C.A.,
St. Johns, N.B., arrived from Ber-

















muda yesterday morning by There are 7-day Surveys of ~ ica’s General Federation of Women’s Clubs, thinks that seit restricted to 15 per cent. of the
visti. a oe ee hoc Government and Criminal women in the main are far more important than men, and family amet ‘
oe Justice, week-end courses at Ox- i ’s world Not exactly. Even a bank pres-
E. % = ival ford & Cambridge, Coventry (Re- that this could be a woman's world. ident, concedes Mrs. Hougnton,
mroute Io Carniva construction of a war damaged All the women have to do to inspiring them, shaming them, must have his pocket-money.
Pp & Pp



APT. and Mrs. Bob Bowx

arrived from Bermuda y
terday by T.C.A., to spend two
days here before going to Trini-
dad for Carnival. Capt. Bowker i

































Spring Term 1952

A SMALL brochure entitled
“London Programme for
1952”, in the Reading room of the
Overseas Students—Spring Term
British Council, “Wakefield”, gives
an interesting picture of the Brit-
ish Couiwil’s work ip giving Over-
seas Students a broader view of
English life and Institutions.

City) and in Surrey (life in an
English Village). Study visits
(with guides) include The Royal
Residences in London, the prin-
cipal Museums and Art Galleries,
the Times Newspaper offices and



Women, it’s your wor
says a woman )

BIR SP ORT OS «ETO es SP SO ee

SHE TOURS WORLD

TO TELL

THEM SO

From FREDERICK COOK

make it so, she says, is to realise
the fact. And make their voices
heard.

Fifty - seven - year - old Mrs.
Houghton has no hesitation in



NEW YORK.
MRS HIRAM COLE HOUGHTON, president of Amer-

urging them, getting them to come
along with her on her one-woman

crusade.

She has made several trips to
London. She spent a week there



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Id

phil



“Women, says Mrs. Hough-

ton, live longer than men; there
are more of them; they spend 85
per cent of the national income.
and suggest what men should do
with the other 15 per cent.

Her Husband’s Cash

What about MIR. Houghton, a
bank president? Does he find him-

“We have a sort of partner-
ship about money,” she explained.
“Our expenditures, our holiday
money, our clothing expenses and
so forth are worked out. And he





c i i ling a i f what is left.”
a T.C.A. pilot resident Bermti- the Battersea Power Station: â„¢aking her own heard. She works in September 1950, attending has a proportion o s
‘ and Sepeninn Ran ¢ of the TCA visits are also arranged to ake on her pet theme 16 hours a day. women’s gatherings. Inevitably, Fifteen per cent? Or more?
flights which call through Ber theatre to see seme of the out- Every week finds her in some new she met Lady Astor, for who No comment. a MPS. HOUGHTON
bados, standing plays of the season. corner of the U.S.A. Often she goes views she has high regard. ; —L.E.S. M>\e vour voices heard

Capt. and Mrs. Bowker ; : .
guests of Mr. Hal Baxter, T.C.A Th U h js Is ? °
Resident Manager and Mrs. Bay e n appy Sseap Buco Sc B.B.C. Radio
; . short sts :
oe their short vy —It Felt It Led a Useless Life — 2
; : By MAX TRELL Programme :
President And Vice “] SUPPOSE hink,” M FUNERAL OF H.M KING GEORGE Vl
President oon eee ee SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1902 ° e







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MONG the passengers arriv- names, “that th thi ) The News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysi thronged the streets to pay last ute to a belov ing.
a Mactan dedterd MEMBERS of the audience who saw the preview of the film “The ame SORE there 3s aokhing in te 4.00—7.15 pum. 25.88M $1.32M But Roodal Theatres has secured the first pictures of the
ie Gh Paiaat iikae Mell Sun Sets At Dawn,” at the Empire Theatre yesterday, discuss the world se light-hearted and hapa). aldkehectden nes a ees majestic ceremonies to give you your chanee.
Polssle ave mg sien po iM : film as they leave the theatre. er Pe the tatiee aa eH Se Tae eee sae ven oe eree See the 2-mile long Cortege from Sandringham House
aris from racao were Mi ' tag in t e wi gun Service, 4.15 p.m, Music from Grand ee r
and Mrs, Cyril Keene who sparkling like diamdinds on ths side« Hotel, 5 p.m Composer of the’ Werk. to the Station,—the thousands who lined the 3-mile route to
j y the 38-day cruise on the = ver we ¢ 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, 6 p.m. Music Westminster Hall—all wrapped in a solemn silence that bore
making the 38-day cruise on the How can you help wishing that you
° : ete B ’ : " . ne ¥ = you for Dancing, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up vi to their devoted love.
vessel back to New Orleans usman s Holiday Saw Preview were a soap bubble, too?” cd Teese Pade Tae, tue witness e Sak. shan ink acetiiine de oti
They are President and Vice- : Knarf and Hanid agreed that News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. OPENING: Friday a shows
reside spectively of Romacy Ar her > * Behind the News, 7.30 p.m. Pavilion at the EMPIRE and the ROXY
President respectively of Romacy there were wery few thimgs in the § 1
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Sov had : noe time : aso a Seis “there Editorials, 10.15 p.m. Music Magazine,
rst part of the journey Orn = Pp Sedlet whe waset 10.30 p.m. Variety Ahoy
across the Gulf of Mexico happy at all. Tt wasn’t that it didn® TO-DAY, 4.45 & 8.30 and Continuing DAILY







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ship to such an exte . sparkled om its sides as brightly a: ant. E S; f ft
sengere who were t . - Buwh 7 = the Yo ef alll the ether asy, ays a |
sialanatiiie ene Tt TIROES SVN soap dahivies. 2 inside & wasn’
an a oe d Englis Brathwaite, Rev. SM hapmy at all. ut what exshd & seep babble do |
Said everytithe € Ss Rew K_ F Hassell “ht hades wery goed reaser for me sail with the breeze and let THE HUMAN TRAIN, Senator
mai -again end oe Baynes, Rev. H Senrdhe Wan oir sieenand (r. Clau Bs . Pestaima Rew SR Ponch “The minute & jnnked over And just then, said Washington State, and tells a
Sh : ref eps the xspape Siness # v.OW. M Worrell, Rev. the sop af the pipe that the little hes “the soap ee started cheering audience: “It is just as
" : mag hey Se eee =. Rev. and Mrs. H.C bewin. & ie — sailing over the brook, and at that easy Social by i ased
c years, I was be Den- 7 a wes bowing knew whet the ree. & e 0 : easy to get Socialism by incre
U.S. Author In Antigua ae " om 5S a, anger ae Gon” ad 2 it heard a tiny voles calling taxes as it is by the Government . e Py -
OLIDAYING in one of the wit : , Waloott rot A “Wiet was HT” Hasid shed” f down, There, in taking over industry after indus- d d d th rrot
bungalows at Ant Arriving Tomorrew oa ie, O. A Counters, wondering whet kind of & comnne brook, Wasa tiny ‘try, as in Britain.” +d SO Gl
luxurious exclusive Mill . ayy ATKIN mabe 8 smear dititle nother into the water





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Mason and Mrs, Mason of Gun-
ners Hill, Riderwood, Md



a where Lhe woes were *hi i is Was...
Born 1901, graduate of Harvard eat tleemming, amd oer the mendes at that moment,” said My, 2 Chicago in July, the record is las .
Frank Mason has had a an =F where the dase: and dotterw : bubble knew that likely to show that no man ever SIX shots

guished career. He serve Ss at Barba : travelled so many thousands of

“As RB came gat of the pig an
wert sailing a with the beeen owe
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AND writing of Taft, seasoned
political columnist Marquis Childs
“Before Republicans meet

says:

—his trade-mark












miles, shook so many hands, spoke
personally to so many people,
campaigned so hard in every way |

interpreter in the U.S. Army du-
ring World War I, Croix de
Guerre, Legion of Honour, also a





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Fellow American Geographical panied hy Mrs. Wat! ve ant was heavy. It was all a ea pronidential ee
Society, Mr. and Mrs. Wa bubble could do to reach the ‘* & Party.
and Mrs. Reekie ; te) 2 amk. And then, just as it touched i
He is a member of the follow- visited Jamaica and Flying Visit uttercups and al] the other fowess the grass on the other side and the Roe ge ee ee
ing Clubs, New York, Harvard, conn with er V. WOLFSON, R.N.V.R, and knew that they gave honey to ant dropped safely off, the bubble didate from ‘Ohio seems to be
Racquet and Tennis, Washington, islands 4 BOAC. General 4 the bees. It looked at the trees ard + 5a thoroughly at ease and even
Army and Navy, London, Devon- W. H. Watkins & Partners head- Subsidiaries and Deputy rs knew that they gave fruits and nuts exclaimed Knarf and Hanid rather enjoying ~ the whole
shire, quarters are Londor tol, Intert nal Lid., (U.K and cool Je und even let them- in pity. business.” - |
Frank Mas . England, with 1 s paid to Barbados selves be used for firewood when “No,” said Mr. Punch; “there was .
any "a . eee ovels Jamaica. r : the same eve- umble grass that spread every- bubble burst, it made a tiny silvery
(Colonel North is his Sher lock The party will stay at the Wind- ning where was the most useful thing of shout, no louder than the echo of a
Holmes) and many best seller sor Hotel



: all, for it gave food to the cows and whis Inly : i hear it,
historical novels including his lat- During the day he had inter- . o mT edema a Aap gcd So gi
























“ sia a ; es sheep and horses and made hidin#® ft was a shout of sparkling, sun-
est “Cutlass Empire, the story of Toronto Physician views with several prominent places for rll the smell ercatur s. shining joy. The bubble was happy CLUB
Fenn er ree i. and Mrs. Charles Becker officials, who had no +" or places te at last.” UE
amaica. of Toronto arrived from y
b ‘ s Canada yesterday morning by MORGAN
The masons were luncheon . & ’
ts of His Excellency and Mrs T.C.A. to spend abou’ five weeks’ B 7 back at the moment when only
Giatures 3 "Anti Bele Seaiet holiday in Barbades, They are —By Beachcomber one of the horse’s feet is on a
cana eae oes Tuenias ? staying at the Marine Hotel. zebra crossing the studs of which
e rh tg by the same plane OT long ago I supported the by marking certain chosen books *7& painted the wrong colour.
were Mr. and Mrs, William H. complaints of librarians with porridge, sprats, or clotted
Back North Hiscock of Windsor, Ontario, Mr. against their customers, Wishing marmalade, and saying a few 1 felt rather a fool
R. JOHN M. SHARPE, Presi- Hiscock is a retiied Bank Man- to exaggerate I denounced those well-chosen words.
ager,

readers who use kippers and eggs

dent of Electric Equipment
and bacon as bookmarks and for-

es headline Boy Flies Here
Co., Ltd., Saskatoon Saskatchewan

induced me to ring up the



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and Mrs. Sharpe left yesterday sear. Senees. get to withdraw them when re- only Japanese fiy-sexer I know SALLY PARR (gcosmonotrranty)
by T.C.A. after spending part of M* BENNETT “biM" . Oliver turning the books, A smartly dressed English- well enough to bother. I suggested PUTLIP. SHAWN ¥, ore ny) se
the winter months in Barbados who is in the steel business Today 1 read that kippers and woman stepped from the train at that these must be girl flies, as sets = teat te tartan MONTH WALTER REED vee rrepensxt . Ouscey SiCveNSON - CRIES ama
staying at the Paradise Beach iM Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, paid pacon have been found in books Milan, and without a word slapped the boys are still asleep behind rodent by HELEN H. RATHVOM ont PAUL U. SLOANE
Club, his fourth visit to the island yes- at a Kettering library. As a the guard, the stationmaster, and pictures, He said that the head- â„¢~ sat buecnt ty PAUL H. SLOANE
Another departure yesterday by teTday when he arrived on the leader of literary fashions I am ler porter. line referred to King Feisal of Iraq Not Suitable for Child : 7
the same plane was Mrs, Ray tourist liner Stella Polaris. He was gratified to have started yet an- (News item.) on his way to Harrow. We both ‘ c oF Se ren.
Mantlart of Toronto " accompanied by his daughter other, Meanwhile, I shall a otoud E account of these three laughed heartily, and he said, EXTRA :—NEWS. REEL SHOWING FUNERAL OF
Kathleen, to open a new wing of any library blows struck on behalf of “Sorry you've been trebled, as the opens at 3 p-m. THE LATE KING,
R t d th Pi 5 international understanding ex- eae his triplets Said to the
uper an e ine Ogre 3. plains that it was a protest against ©#aest o piets. for sar
the cold reception given to her.
CROSSWORD galt ROXY ROYAL

| Receptions in future will probably

be even colder, Wedding

Riddle me that, my HOOPER—CLARKE

A quiet wedding took place at
St. Jude’s Church on February
13th when Miss Merle Floretta
Clarke, daughter of the late Mrs.
Martin Clarke, was married to
Mr. Lawson W. Hooper, son of
Mr. Darnley F,. Hooper of Con-
stitution Road. The Bride was

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY





23, 1952

WILL ADMITTED
IN COMMON FORM

THE Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship M

G. L.

died May 14, 1948.

r. Justice

¢ Taylor in the Court of Ordinary yesterday admitted
in Commoh Form the will of Martin Luther Taylor. w

h

no

In admitting the will in Common Form, as had been
requested by Taylor’s widow, Mary, His Lordship made a
decision against caveator Clarence Taylor, an illegitimate
son of the deceased, and Allan Taylor, heir-at-law, whose
counsel Mr. E. W. Barvow argued that the will should be

admitted in Solemn Form.

Letters Of
Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, the Acting Puisne Judge
His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L,
Taylor granted two petitions for
Letters of Administration to
estates.

One was the petition of Byron
Francis of Vaughn’s Hill, St. An-
drew, a labourer, for letters of ad-
ministration to the estate of» his
wife, Eloise Francis, late of St.
Sylvan’s Village, St. Joseph.

The other was the petition of
Fiora C. Haynes of Paradise Gap,
Spooners Hill, St. Michael, widow,
to the estate of her husband Oliver
Seymour Haynes, late of Greaves
Land, Black Rock.

Mr. J. E, T. Brancker, instructed
by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
solicitors, appeared for Haynes.

Adjournment

His Lordship adjourned consid-
eration of the petition of Etheline
Phillipa Blackman of Chapel Gap,
Paynes Bay, St. James, for letters
of administration to the estate of
her husband Joseph R. Blackman,
deceased.





Mr. D. H. L. Ward, instructed
by Messrs Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors, appeared for E, P.
Blackman.

The other petition over which
consideration was adjourned was
Gwendoline Blackman’s of Clem-
ent Rock, St. Joseph, housewife,
for le ters of administration to the
estate of her husband K. Black-
man, formerly-of Clement Rock, a
chauffeur, but late of Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad.

Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by
Mr. E, D. Rogers,. solicitor, ap-
peared for the petitioner.

The wills of the following five
persons were admitted to probate:

George Francis Piggott, St.
Michael; John Benjamin Broomes,
Christ Church; Lilian Gertrude
Patrick, Christ Church; Edward
Waith, St. Thomas



Scout Jamboree
A‘ippeal Fund

Thanks to the generosity of 4
number of business houses and
individuals the Fund launched by
the Executive Committee of the
Boy Scout Association gathered
another hundred dollars yester-
aay,

With



the Jamaica Jamboree
fixed for early next month the
fund has only a few days to go.

Scouting has done and will
continue to do much for the youth
of this i§l@hd and so it deserves



Mr.
Messrs
Solicitors,
berbatch, Solicitor,
the widow.

Two wills. came up for
sideration before the Court.
was begun in 1943 and was
ished on December 29, 1945.
was th me a sholograph
the widow had asked to
admitted. The other will
written in toto on December
1945.

Besides giving other grounds on
which he held the will should
not be admitted in . Common
Form, Mr. Barrow said that it had
not been. the intention of the
testator that the document asked
to be admitted to probate should
be a holograph will or a will at
all. The Testator, he said, had
obviously intended to get wit-
nesses to the will, but no wit-

Barrow was
Hutchinson

Mr. H.,

instructed by
& Banfield,
QO, St.cC. Cum-
appeared for

con-
One
fin-
This
will
be
was
25,

nesses had signed it. Besides the
will on December 25 contained
a revoration clause and would
have revoked part of the will
which began in 1943.
Handwriting

The caveator had in evidence
denied that the will the Widow
asked to be admitted was not in
the handwriting of Martin Tay-

lor.

His Lordship, however, decided
that the writing which the cavea-
tor denied to be his father’s and
that Which hé admitted to be his
father’s were identical.





The case had been adjourned
until yesterday when a _ decision
was to be made,

Yesterday His said

Lordship

that the newspaper report of the
judgment he had given on the
caveat entered in the case had
reported him as saying, “His
Lordship said that his attention
had been drawn to rule 7 and he
gathered from that rule that a
holograph will was a_ peculiar



kind of will, but despite that, it
could be admijted in Common
Form.”

He said he had never said any
such thing, what he did say was
that holograph will was a
peculiar kind of will but that fn
spite of its being a peculiar kind
of will, rule 7 permits it to be

proved in Common Form like any
ordinary will where it is not con-
tested

Different Dates

“The widow of the testator has
propounded one will which at the
beginning bears the date 10th
October 1943 and at the end the
date 29th December, 1945,” he
said. ‘‘This ‘will be signed by the
testator.”

the help and support of every- |





one,

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Royal Bank of Canada Or to Mr.
N. D, Osborne acting Income Tax
commissioner who is treasurer.
Amount previously

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Gardiner Austin & Co., Lid 15.00

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°
Appointments
@ From Page 1

Mrs. Olga Yearwood, to be

Laundress, Mental Hospital with

effect from 10th. January, 1952.
*

Information has be€en rectived
from the Colonial Office that Mr

W. C. Johnson, C.M.G., C.B.E.,
relinquished his appointment as
Inspector General of Colonial

Police at the Colonial Office on
ist, Novemb er, 1951, on the ex-
piry of his period of secondment
from the Home Office and re-
joined that Department at the
request of the Home Secretary

Mr. W. A. Muller, C.M.G.,
lately Commissioner of Police,
Tanganyika, has been appOinted
to sueceed Mr. Johnson In-
spector General with cffect from
Ist. November, 1951.



as

Among the testator’s papers, he
said, there was another will also
in his handwriting. and bearing
the date December 25, 1945.

“This latter will bears the sig-
nature of two witnesses but it is
not signed by the testator. Before
29.12.45, the testator appears to
have been in two minds. The dis-



position of the property in each
will is slightly different. On
10.10.48, he started to make a

will, This is the will which at the
end bears the date 29.12.45. From
an examination of this will, I
have come to the conclusion that
on 10.10.43, he wrote far as
the words, “given to my daughter
Ucal Geneva till she comes.”

as

The last eight
on 29.12.45, The
those lines were written was
obviously fresher and did not
appear td have been diluted as
did the ink in which the remain-
der of the will was written.

lines were added

ink with which

Testimonium Clause
“Now,” he said, “in the will of
.12.45, there is at the end what
purports ta be a_ testimonium
clause and in it a space is left
for this signature or at any rate
his name, but neither his name
nor his signature appears.

“The attention of the testator
is what matters and I am satis-
fied that the testator intended the
will of the 29th and that alone
to be his last will and testament.
T will therefore admit this will
dated 29.12.45,”


























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Margaret Smith a \ L be s ta ii., Seh. Marion Belie Wolfe
To Antigd4—Simon Mende Sch. Burma D., Seh
To Trinidad—Carrol Parris, Sheila Gi e Gordon, Sch. Cyril E Smith
Victor Gill, Doreen Drakes, Ddrothy Hill, 5¢h. ! nD. R., Sch, United Pilgrim
Alice Armstrong. Joyce Armstrong, She MV a M.V r,° 8.54
un Barnett, E eth Barne Ei C 3 4
Kutler, Doris B Willard Wheelie ARRIVALS
arnelia Wheel eph Morgan, 5 S. Ale Planter, 3.9 net
nine ——-- - —— - 3 - Neen EERE a Morgan, Joar Irayton, ¢ ries Det h re me St.
Mara Jefreitas, He ! c € , arise <
» ed : q iF has , 1 { MeKinstre ¢ N.. M f St
= ] ca Se a ae Coal output in India AS Nicolas Minaretfis, Theod tceKi : :
6 MONTHS FOR Wild Beasts India Newsletter nereased by over 4,500,000 tons and Colin Weeke VY - oeemoes a
oy . 5 ince independence. During last st Stella 2.600 tond “net
3 , Spread Rabies e year alone, the increase in pro ARRIVALS Tut RSDAY by BW.EA. cupt H. Lur Curaeso
STEALING SHEEP India And U & duction amounted to 1,500,000 | ie as, te oe ay core - p
: : CHICAGO, Feb, 21. ee tons. The total output last year pePARTURES THURSDAY By B.W.LA “ v. Capt. W
“This i . riod Yen Pennsylvania officials attempt- e Was over 34 million tons Aas com- To Antigus—Auscelle Payne, Fran! Pista et, Capt: 4
8.15 8 serious. ofEnce ig to control rabies were faced pared with 32,500,000 tons in Flizabeth Yost, Duncan Thompson, j.-cpser Caren
this woman was trying to keep ee ' mere x ey ign ac ” ; increase _ Winifred Norris, Alice Cowles, K aos a ro _
a sheep and you just wall ed alon; tt z lis lags - yp ne : Mecuoe te anaet GO, fom aoa bie renara PLANE CRASH KILLS SIX
} = ’ 7 > . ~ > ihe disease ‘om , o domes- oe - auc 4 . r Vola * Dorot?
and took up her sheep,” His Wor- tie animals. The State Health NEW DELHI. India has been increased. During ss] ¢ Pug G
ship Mr. G, B, Griffith told Department blame oxe: o. An agreement was signed on joct year over 2,500,000 tong of Pusste Annie Jone Sidney Mart KINGSVILLE, Texas, Feb. .22.
: 5 k lamed foxes who, K nN 3 last year over i ¥ 4
Samuel Sobers alias “Pander” of weakened by the disease seek Januaty 5 in New Dethi_between ooal was exported, which is more aha Martin, Re 1 Griffith and Tac Fo US, fliers were killed and
Eagle Hall, St. Michael, when he barnyards and suburban residen- india and the United States of than double the quantity exported ee. Puadke Riee—Vivian Gill, Reginai wo her per injured when
sentenced him yesterday to six tial areas to prey upon slower Amerita under which American jn 1950 Griffith and La Putna their twin engined B 40 plane
months’ imprisonment with hard moving domestic animals, because "nanc! ! istance will be avail- To Jamatca—-Fred Mathe ad Glad rashed just after it cleared the
labour for stealing sheep, the they were not able to catch nor- able for speeding up the develop- r te ceabbitiide-dOhih roll, Jan Begg TUNWay of Kingsville Naval Aux-
property of Winifred Fields mal game, ment projects in India, special . ; Moy pk iiary Air Station
The offence was committed..c At Harrisburg, Pennsy¥lvania a attention being paid to the Social education in Kashmir To rust mui Hele Thy ater plunged into a
September 3, 1951. Mr. L. Wil- Ted fox sneaked into a housing encouragement of co-operative has made rapid strides during st so anise: thicket « ind one half miles
Sai oe . r 7 development area ¢ attae endeavour by the peorle them- the last two years. Determined Maer t Ralph Mu SE Ete ah ' . wes
liams who appeared on behalf of Gevelopmen a and attacked Ced het, Denise J from the end of the runway.
Sobers, asked the court to extend three persons before a policeman selves'@nd the community toward to carry light and knowledge to j°)) ne Pt Req Two pilots and four passengers
i “ashe: § fra yas 5 development schemes, The agree- the farthest and most backward ‘alex fequena, Rev 1B were aboard the slane which: avas
, ed enieney as possible There have also beeh several mentwas signed on behalf of areas of the State, the Govern- row Gill, A Owe routine training flight frond
Wal . a . igs instances of rabid animals India by Jawaharlal Nehru, ment, a_ couple of years ago, Fapineau, George Wright errer ville § +i ie hora —
a i ae — + ite me oe attacking persons attd domestic Prime Minister and Minister for organized forty Social Education re Bt. Sthesht ah a rmer, Doug “i uthoriti aaa then
sheep was valued at £2. Cpl. Watts animals External Affairs. The United Centers in the Provinces of iyne, Ena Grant, Noreen Hazell and , a , satis a win Le
told the court that on September [pn an effort to stamp out the States. Ambassador — in India. Kashmir and Jammu, Today the patsy Thoma eM ita ‘UP.
3 about 1.10 p.m. he received disease, officials made use of fox Chester Bowles, signed on behalf number has _trebled. To, Trintdad.George ‘Thor appointer " as
report from District A” Sta- hunts and poisoned ¢rows. of the Government of the United
tion and went along to Bush Hall —vU.P. States.
while on that rox he saw the
defendant with a sheep. When irene Layout plans for a_ penicillin i]
the defendant saw him he drop- Y ¥ factory in India and its adminis-
ped the sheep and ran U.S. Planes for trative ouildings, have now been ee
“IT took charge of the sheep and finalised. The factory is to go '
carried it to the Station,” Cpi lialians into production in 1953.
Watts told the court., " : $
The colour of the sheep was NAPLES, Feb. 20
brown, To Mr. Williams Cpl. _ United States Admiral Robert The government of India have
Watts said he went to Bush Hall B. Carney, Commander-in-Chief accepted a proposal by the Bur-
after he heard that a man was Of Southern Atlantic Pact Forces, ma-Shell group of oil companies
trying to sell a sheep for $5 oa that the U.S. is sending F84 for the establishment by the lat-
warrant was issued for the de-& vunder Jets” to the Italian Air- ter of a modern oil refinery in €o er. nthe a
fendant. orce, He said two of the jets Bombay, with a capacity — of rrosion costs ou a ?e@ar
Po lice Constable Emerson * teh are in «ei ie ates 1,500,000 tons per Sen B74 r : Weiiends Mon eal bie ‘ meio, * 3S
Howard, keeper he criminat WOuld leave shortly aboard ‘the agreement follows broadly the a
SEaU tee sie he noalttt That freighter Flying Spray from New lines ‘of agreement of November t > | { { O you know the amount of
knew the defendant wha Had five Yor ik orrivinns oe in Febru- 30, Waly with the Standard- , Corrugated Iron imperted inte
previous convictions for larceny. ey to be tk ‘: rent eine aoe wre Oil Company of New tropical countries every viar ?
S tame Wanuine ow ee Pp usec > tre ane rk. : ; :
On the last conviction he was will be followed by wadaltionat The figure is astonishing.y high, an
en hee eraeer® hipments.” . « eo allowing for new Works the
t 1 hard labour for steai- The Flying Spray. wi l - a s o »
ing an oil stove, briny five Pe ccoten ‘et i iI rica Increased industrial production, r nee lea cane a heavy forfeit for
Before sentencing Sobers, His for training purposes. * PANES favourable balance of trade, and dack of taking proper Precaations
Worship Mr. Griffith told him The F 84° r t . slight rise in price levels, were . .
Mr. Gri 8 currently being used ;
that he must try and live an as a_ ground upporting fighter the highlights in the economy of Protection ~~ ae with
honest life; although his record bombers are rated in the Sabave India. Industrial production,
howed that he was trying to go 500 m.p.h./ class.”—U.P according to the. preliminary g
raight for a period of one yea am estimates, shows a steady upward
he: would have to: be sent a ab ad bi pert trend ‘with an average monthly
on for this offence : RATES OF EXNCUANGE increase of about 20% over the |
“ ¥ FR , PERRU yo 19h9 . 46 fig “s . ; ‘
i, “hope when you serve the PRIDAY, VEERUARY 22, 198 the 1946 figures, AntiéCorrosive Paint
sentence you wi try to live a (inelual Newfoun@lana * * * Bo
good life,” Mr Griffith told i% p Sian san Seite | bs p — for every INCH of metal,
Sobers. Demand Dr 71.65% p Another step towards improv- bs. ct FEPROGENE i : :
psa heen ue a India’s transport economy | ag, \ FEE NOGENE 18 an anti-corrosive
. Te 1.8% pr. Currens taken January 10 when | \ paint designed for the tropics. It clings
David Niven Fare ious be Prime Minister Nehru laid the} ‘ y closely tc the suvtace of metai-work;forming
foundation stone of Kandla Port / a damp-proof, ai £ ates 5
( -proof, air-proof skin which preserves
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ite : Muilé for St, Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad, Kandla is intended to be one| ) ilmost indefinitely, In three attractive
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BARBADOS fq ADVOGATE

Gaaeee= Ss wetSe Gennes ce)

Printed by Me Adverse Co., Lid., Broad St, Bridsetows

Saturday, February 23, 1952

—_ _— - —_——=

Veehnical School

IN the Labour Party’s electioneering
pamphlet, “Labour Marches On,” the
statement is made that in the very near
future the party will “expand the present
scheme for industrial training.” This
statement is very ambiguous. It may be
interpreted to mean that the party intends
to support the recommendations made in
“Vocational and Technical Training,”
which is now being studied by a special
Committee: it may be interpreted to
mean something else.

or

Everyone hopes that it means that a
beginning will soon be made towards the
creation of a good secondary technical
school,

There is one augury of good intentions.
Major Darlington, who returned to British
Guiana last week came here at the special
invitation of the Government of Barbados
so that the local committee which is
studying the “Vocational and Technical
Training” pamphlet at the request of the
Government, might have the benefit of
his advice. Major Darlington has given
that advice and no gift of prophecy is
necessary to suppose that it will not be
taken in the form in which he gave it.

Yet everyone would argue that it was
worth hearing his advice. Only, after
hearing it, the committee should lose no
time in coming to a decision and the Gov-
ernment should at once acquaint the pub-
lic with the contents of that decision.

What is that decision likely to be? It
is impossible to forecast the actual details
of their decision but it seems reasonably
certain that the Government intends to
make a beginning with technical educa-
tion and that expenditure on technical
education has been allowed fok in the
estimates which will be introduced soon
in the Assembly and Legislative Council.

It seems also certain that this expendi-
ture will be on a modest scale and will by
no means provide what is wanted. Yet
any expenditure designed to inaugurate a
system of technical education will be wel-
come as a sign of conversion and ack-

nowledgment of the fact that nothing

restricts Barbadian chances of employ-
ment at home and abroad more than the
absence of facilities for acquiring techni-
eal education.

The views of its champions are con-
tained in the pamphlet “Vocational and
Technical Training.” This pamphlet was
submitted in the form of a unanimous
report by a select committee which met
on 85 occasions, beginning on 17th July,
1946. The report paid tribute to an attempt
made in 1944 to establish a_ technical
school and mentioned a coniprehensive
report prepared by Mr. C. G. Crawford to
which that attempt was indebted.

Progress towards a technical school has
been a long and painful progress and the
ninth year has been reached since Mr.
Crawford reported in 1943.

The public which has suffered most
from the delay in starting a technical
school is impatient of further delay. The
Government realises this and will no
doubt urge the committee to express its
decisions before the estimates are pub-
lished- Whether the Committee decides
to add a technical wing to Combermere
School or to convert Combermere entire-
ly into a Technical School or decides
against utilising any existing school, are
important factors affecting expenditure.

It is, obviously important that limited
funds should be wisely spent and it is
essential that the greatest possible use be
made of existing schoo] buildings.

Of equal importance is the inter-mesh-
ing of facilities provided by the Evening
Institute with the programme of the tech-
nical school. Until the technical school
is producing adequate numbers of correct-
ly trained technicians only the Evening
Institute can fill the gaps in knowledge
experienced by those who have already
entered industry without having had the
requisite preliminary technical education,
No less important will be the liaison be-
tween the Board of the Technical School
and the Director of Education. It would
obviously be undesirable for the Board to
operate in vacuo, suspended from. the

normal educational programme of the
island.

It would, on the other hand, be tragic
and would mutilate tthe functions of a
technical school if its board of directors
were academicians.

Only if the technical school is influ-







enced, directed and controlled by a Board |

which is fully representative of commerce
and industry will its role in the commun-
ity be properly fulfilled. No doubt these
points are appreciated by the committee
and the Government. The public should
know soon.

|



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952



Untold Stories Of The NOBODY'S |
Man Who Was King





By NORMAN PRICE He'd taken on a diffleult job and
MOST of us knew him as 4 fhe kr t, and he wasn’t going to
formal and rather careworn King give himself any quarter at all,
He sat in the Royal carriage with He was in his rooms at No. 145,
his beaming Queen, and waved Piccadilly, when he was Duke of
graciously, as a monarch should, at York, and the cries of the news
the applauding crowds. sellers in the streets outside were

We saw photographs of him with like the desolate calling of seagulls,



his delightful little family. We as they announced King Edward's

glimpsed, sometimes, a ghost of a bdication

smile around his stern mouth rhe lonely man who was to be-

corners come King wet his lips and said,
On the radio, at Christmas, as with his slight stutter that until

we pushed away the pudding plate
and carried the tuykey carcase into

that night hed been unimportant:
“I w-will try to d-do my b-best,

the kitchen, while Dad poured out and no m-man can d-do more.
the port wine, we heard the King B-but it’s the little g-girls 1 am
voice, speaking to us all. worried about.

During those first years, it fal-
tered and stumbled. It was a brave
voice, and somehow, it raised little
gusts of emotion in us, and made
the Christmas dinner sit a bit
uneasily. We were anxious for him.

Changed Voice

Then, as the years passed, came

that mellowness and sure voice of

He kept saying that Elizabeth
must have a chance at a normal
full life before she came to the
Throne. He had stood in the
shadow of the Throne all his life,
ind he knew the weight of a crown
upon so young a brow.

Yet he was a very informal man,
when life would let him be. He

a King who knew his job. We re- enjoyed his shooting parties at
laxe@ our hands beneath the table, 5@9dringham. It wasn’t so much
and listened, not in sympathy, but ‘he killing of game that pleased

him, but the getting away into the
lields, and copses, with a few
friends

in a kind of detached love, for the
man who served us all, and who



had, in his Royal humbleness, and the.two or three sun-
learned the magic of greatness. burned, simple-hearted game-
The meek had inherited the repers,
kingdom. He loved to tease Amos, his chiet
Then, this last time, we heard gamekeeper, who had a_ little
the voice almost of a stranger. It patien srnile that was all his own
was hoarse and strained. Yet it '0° the King’s leg-pulling
was the voice of the same King _ “No birds again, Amos!” the
we had known, and who had King would grumble, after the
taught us to love him, He was a beaters had been through a covert
man with death upon his should- with little luck. “No game at all,
er, and the King knew it, though Amos! vould say. “What the
we did not devil are you doing all the time.
All the time, behind the gilded while I'm away in London?”

curtains of Royalty, lived a man ;
that none of us knew. The Last Entry
None of us will truly know him, Amos would grin knowing that
as his wife and daughters knew his coverts were as well stocked as
him. Even Prince Charles, inquir- any in the kingdom. And it was
ing now, in faltering baby voice, not many weeks ago that the King
for “Grandpa”, who is dead, knew held a little party to celebrate the
him better than we did. achievement of his life’s ambition
Much of his story will always he had bagged his thousandth
remain untold. But there remain a woodcock!
few crumbs, by which those of us ‘I want to get a thousand,” said
who were always outside the Pal- King George, happy in his all-too-
ace gates may judge and love the rare role of country squire, And he
man who laid down his life in our did get a thousand. His score was
service. 1,030, the week before he died.
“I remember the King,” says a Every one of them was entered in
stable boy holding his pint of beer the Sandringham game book, such
in the little canteen bar that used as all country squires keep, in his
to be kept in the Royal Mews be- awn firm, neat handwriting.
hind Buckingham Palace, “I re- Nine hares, two pigeons” is the
member the King coming across last entry, on the afternoon before
the Mews yard one morning when he brushed the mud off his country
i

it was so chilly that your boots ots and walked into Sandring-
rang against, the cobbles. He had ham for his last afternoon tea.

come to look at one of his horses.
“There was deaf old George Bu
Wollard, the harness-cleaner, bel-

Big Fight News

he was never a stickler for

formality. He had a touch of the
lowing to another stable Ban HA same instinct that was in his
George was the man who took @ brother, Edward, for cutting
broom to clean away the stable dirt through the red tape.

from the path of distinguished

On the night of the first Tur
visitors. Robinson fight | aby at yg enn
" “He was nearly stone deaf, and, quet at Buckingham Palace in
like most deaf chaps, old George honour of the Queen of Denmark.
used to shout at the top of his It was the first time the B.B.C.
voice, had broadcast from the Palace.
“It Doesn’t Hurt” The King was too ill to attend

“The King came near, with this the banquet, but he sat up in his
chief groom, and a couple of poor. listening to the broadcast of
equerries, His Majesty was trying the big fight.
to say something to them, but no- At last, guests assembled, austere
body could hear anything for the ©d glittering, with Princess Eliza-
noise of old George's voice. - beth deputising for her father.

“The King stands itfora minute, Then, down the stairs came a
then he taps old George on the messenger, with a slip of paper fo:
shoulder and says ‘Look here, Princess Elizabeth. She opened
Wollard, who wears the Crown, !!, wonderingly. It was from her
around here, you or me?’ father, the King.

“Then he laughs, and George It said, simply; “Tell them that
laughs, and in a minute everybody Turpin has won.” It was in his
else is laughing.” own handwriting, and Princess

It was a young racehorse in the Elizabeth read it aloud with a
Royal stables at Sandringham, they Pleased little smile.
say, in October of 1948, that gave Still Joking
the first hint of what might be The King ws a good-natured
wrong with the King’s health. host. At Sandringham, on that last

The young racehorse trod on the shoot of his life, he was in great
King’s foot, scrunched it under his good humour, and directed the
metal-shod hoof. shoot personally, placed the guns

There was immediate concern and told his few guests when to
for the King, but he simply said walk up. He was merciless in his
with a wry smile: “It doesn’t hurt leg-pulling when anybody missed
a bit. I've lost the feeling in that an easy one.
foot, some time ago.” One member of his party banged

This Was the start of his illness, both barrels at : hare, and missed
for when the doctors examined it.
the King a few days afterwards A> gruff, stern-sounding voice
they found serious trouble with his boomed out “Can't hit a thing
blood flow, to-day, can you, Harold?” It was

But Prince Charles was about to the King, his voice distorted by his
be born, and the King said: lung — operation, but
“Don't tell Elizabeth, for we twinkling.
mustn’t have her worried at a Nearly all those
time like this.” that his father,

his eyes

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running of business, it is feared, ease the burden which the high
may be occasioned to say nothing cost of living has wg on all,
of the disconcerting consequences JOSEPH A. GOMES
which may befall the family Jife 2ist February, 1952.

c se > T J ass ‘gete)

f those of the middle class wh¢ ‘Mass Cut os Mud’

incidentally; suffer the mosi

To the Editor, The Advocate;
Now, it is noised in certain com SIR,—I am at a loss—and so
mercial circles that the importer- are) many with whom I have

merchant -enjoys a_ satisfactory spoken—to understand what your







draw-back on commodities han- leader writer of Tuesday, 19th
dled from most overseas markets inst. wanted to convey to his
at the end of each year. And it readers, —
is particularly emphasised that the . One thing he has done is to
ironmonger and the lumber mer- display a woeful ignorance of
chant enjoy the greatest draw- Scouting as well as to admit that
backs. Such assist them to pay Lord Rowallan’s reasoning, and
increased wages to their worker: : ” ge Ma matter, is too sub-
te 7 Og hag 8, ts Sah tle for him.
living” tndales dintitbarte wh ti Nothing that the noble Lord
considered ae. fabulous Soniede said to the Chamber of Com-
which range fron twelve metre was at variance with what
months to eighteen months wage 1S#ld in either of my broadcasts;
cheque: pep woven This -dae rather did he confirm all that I
look like crammin some nd ae ee ane veer Zn
* a ASO)
eer the others. Certainly out “The Chief Scout said that our
of prop n job,was to make ‘men’ not angels
If the ove is true would it not gut of bad little boys. He meant
be better or a little more equitable ‘men’ of character. He meant
if the merchants concerned should they were to be made out of the
reduce the volume of bonuses to little boys—boys of all sorts,
Say three or four months wage good as well as bad. Lord Row-
cheque ver worker, and thus ut'l- allan more than once in his sev-
ise the draw ck effecting an eral addresses reminded his lis-
all-round reduct n the cost of teners that Scouting is for boys

j

DIARY

the head keeper, our King George | Monday—tThere is, I learnt today one other

VI did personally. Sometimes he

!

handed out the plates and cups |

from the picnic baskets.

When old Amos, his head keeper, |
became ill, the King limped to his |
»edside,
same sort of banter
between them on shooting days. |

When the King had gone, old!
Amos was sitting up in bed, with

: grin on his lips, and his cheeks |
flushed.

loved master.
In the warm summer evenings

|

and rallied him with the |
that passed

|

He died before his be- |

the King liked to stroll alone from: |

Sandringham, across
parkland, to play tennis with Lord
Fermoy, his neighbour.
to sit On a wooden bench at the
side of the cricket field in front of
the pavilion that he had rebuilt
after it was accidentally burned
down.

And he never forgot the village
school at Sandringham. “The King
was just a country gentleman to
us,” says Mr. S. Willis, headmaster
of the secondary modern school at
Dersingham, where most of the
180. pupils are children of San-
dringham staff,

“He gave the ground upon which
the school was built, and in 1947
he revived the old Royal custom
of presenting a Bible every year}
to the scholar who best knew the |

would inspect every room thor-

He liked |

the estate |

oughly and question the children. |

He knew most of them by name.”

“If Nazis Come”

He could always find a joke
\bout anything that did not work,
any formal pomposity that did not
quite come off. During the war
invasion threat of 1940 the King
was given instructions in how to
use a Sten gun, in case enemy
paratroopers might try to seize
him,

Guards officers came to teach
him. But when the King picked

up the first Sten gun it promptly |

jammed. He picked up another,
end that jammed too.

He smiled ruefully, "There, you |
see,” he said, “that always hap- |
pens when I ‘touch machinery. I)
only hope it doesn’t happen if 7)
Nazis come!”

Yet, when the Nazis did come
and bombed Buckingham Palace,
it was not only on the occasion
that Mr. Churchill mentioned on
Thursday night, when the King
escaped narrowly. There is still a
Fomb splinter embedded in the
wall of the ground-floor room
where the King used to sleep
during the raids. It smashed
through the Window-shutters, and
is in the wall just over the King’s
bed.

He was never so happy in the,
city as in the country, where his|
heart belonged. He loved trees
and fields. A gale blew a giant
elm down a couple of years ago
at Buckingham Palace. The tree
fell across the famous Queen |
Victoria lawn. When the King)
was told by telephone he motored |
down that same afternoo, from |

Sandringham to inspect the dam-
age.

“My Goodness—”

The head gardener was told of |
the King’s arrival. Hastily he
serambled
jacket and striped trousers and
walked out on to the lawn,

“Ah, there you are!” said the
King. “This tree is still alive. If
we are quick about it we can get
her replanted, don't you think”?

The head gardener agreed. “I'd |
like to get a qualified team of |
foresters down to do the job, Your |
Majesty,” he said.

The King nodded. “All right,
but how much will the foresters
cost”,

About £50, Sir.”

There was a moment’s horrified |
silence, The King said: “My good- |
ness, man, do you think I’m ada
of ———meney?” The Queen laid
her hand gently upon His Majes-
ty’s arm,

“Not in front of the staff, dear,”
she said, with a little smile,

And it was

|

into his official black |

|

“in front of the)

staff” that brave King George VI)

spent most of his days,
monarch on parade.
glimpses that come to us of the|

why he was s loved.

not men. B. P.’s, Movement is|
known as “Scouting for Boys”
and the object of Scouting is to |
make ‘men’ out of boys. Your)
leader writer seems to | assume}
that Lord Rowallan meant that}
men were to be made out of men)
or perhaps ‘mud’,

In my last broadcast I merely |
reminded the lay folk whose co-|
operation I am soliciting that the
Scoutmaster was assisting them |

as al
But the few |

|

duties as host man himself show something ot |
| Friday—Today I found myself in the Post

|

{

in looking after their boys. I|

did not specify any particular |
type of boy and as the greater
always includes the lesser if must
be assumed that good as well as|
bad little boys were meant.
All teachers look after peop!
children and assist parents
turning out good citizens, Scout. |
masters are also teachers. They |
teach through the Patrol System
and I referred to some of their
failures being due to their not
implementing this system.
ing to implement the Patrol Sys-
tem has nothing to do with fail-

| '

ing to keep the Scout Law. The,

best Scoutmaster in the world,
as far as keeping the Scout Law
is concerned, may yet fail to
implement the Patrol System and
so fail in
the little
Troop.
Your leader writer’s reference
to the blind leading the blind is

“devils”

making ‘men’ out of,
in his Scout |

|

by no means a paraphrase of my.

statement that Scoutmasters fail
because they do not implement |
the Patrol System, He further |
puts the cart before the horse |
when he obgerves that a boy is |
not a good boy or a good man
if he is not keeping the Scout
Law. It should be that the Scout
who is not keeping the Scout
Law
not become a good man.

is not a good boy and will

I could go on almost ‘ad infini-|

tum showing how your leader
writer not only contradicts him-
self but displays his ignorance

of Scouting as well as his
ability to
ty of both
my own

in-
appreciate the subtle-
Lord Rowallan’s and
argument.
Yours Sincerely,
J. E. GRIFFITH
Island Commissioner.

Thursday—Local journalists are slap bang in

way of making money out of livestock |

besides getting free swill for pigs. But

it affects butchers only. In my neigh-|
bourhood there lives a man who is known |
as the diseased meat butcher. His trade|

is to buy all the broken down pieces of
livestock he can find still on their feet
and he doesn’t refuse any. That’s what
I’m told and who am I to say it isn’t
true?

Tuesday—It sounded so strange in February

to hear St. Philip’s Mr. Mottley talk
about members of this August House. St.
Philip’s Mr. Mottley has a style all his
own; it reminds me of the sound of eggs
frying in the pan: the words come sizz-
ling out with crackles: and besides the
glint in his eyes unhidden by spectacles
you can see his moving finger pointing
now at Mr. Speaker, now at Mr. Barrow
and now at nobody in particular. I
mention Mr. Barrow because he’s a bit
of a finger wagger himself.

Scriptures. When he paid a call he | Wednesday—One of the billions of things

about which I’ve remained in ignorance
until today is the use of black sea eggs or
cobblers. I though I had stumbled on a
minor industry for making toilet brushes
from black sea-eggs’ prickles when I saw
two lads brushing the prickles off cob-
blers on a beach. I) was so interested to
find out what they were doing that I
never worried to ask them if they real-
ised the mess they were making of the
beach. If I had they would never have
let me into their secret. They use the
black sea eggs’ body when it has been
deprickled for bait. You put the body on
a hook and sling your line out to sea.
Porgis love it I was told and these two
boys were sure of getting 30 lbs of fish
from their two dozens or so cobblers sans
prickles.

the English newspaper tradition when
they devote so much space to the open-
ing of new latrines. I remember an old
colleague who now slaves at a sub-
editor's desk with a dozen or more slaves
in London telling me of his column and
a half in a Yorkshire paper describing
his town’s first urderground lavatory. If
I remember rightly the Mayor and Cor-
poration turned out in full morning dress
and there were bouquets of roses all
over the lavatory. Personally I’m all in
favour of publicity for lavatories and as
a street walker for many years I can
notice little lavatory improvement in
Bridgetown today. Only the other night
in the Trafalgar Square park alias the
ex-Central Foundry I discovered a lady
coming from behind my car. I don’t
know where else she could have gone for
cover because the nearest ladies lavatory
that I know about was in Goddard’s
Restaurant and even supposing she
could afford to patronise Goddards it
would have been shut by that time. The
only thing I can say in favour of Bridge-
town lavatories is that you can find one
or two if you keep trying but I remem-
ber walking all over St. John’s in
Antigua before I finally found rest in the
Harbour Masters. The peopie who hold
up the buildings of lavatories in Bridge-
town have obviously never needed them
in a hurry, otherwise they might under-
stand why they are so urgently needed.

Office (not looking for my post which
gets to me sooner or later) but trying
to find a telephone directory. It may
have been there but if so it was well and
truly hidden. In case it isn’t there don’t
you think it’s time somebody thought of
putting one in or maybe two or three
would be better, with phones to go with
them of course. Lots of people who tele-
phone me don’t have telephones so they
must be terrible nuisances to their
neighbours.

ies Saturday—Owing to the rising cost of living

(you don’t have to believe this story if
you don’t want to) I’m trying to educate
my four-year-old son at home and Pm
learning a lot of things as a result. I
don’t mean the words he uses. They are
a reflection of the words he hears and a
lot of people call at our house every day,
What surprised me and wakes no echoes
of my own childhood is his love of two’s.
He not only makes them in preference to
all other letters or figures but he sees a
lot more in them than you or I would.
He makes them “praying”, “sitting”,
“swimming”, “kicking” and with “one
leg cocked up.”

I hope this isn’t a sign of heredity. It
would be a terrible thing to have one's
own son trying to earn a living by the
use of his imagination, but I’m afraid
mathematicians have, even at age four,
a greater respect for figures than my
son,

P.S.—I am plé&sed to learn about the
S-P.C.A.’s stray dog activities, but turn
to page seven of Wednesday’s Advocate
and tell me if any of the stray dogs you
see look like that one.

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FISHING BOAT LAUNCHED ON WEDNESDAY |



Wrecked On Thursday

WITHIN thirty-six hours of being launched, the fish-
ing boat “Dawn”, owned by Charles Donald McKenzie of
Holetown, was driven ashore on Thursday night and com-
pletely smashed. :

McKenzie launched his newly completed boat last
Wednesday evening about 5.30 o’clock, but it was too late
to ballast it, and he moored it off Holetown.

epee arey The sea was a then, and
except for light squalls appearin

"Plane Club in th. aaa mar caus
Thursday morning, it was other-

wise a fair day. During ‘the

Lectures Start night, however, the s@a on the

i western coust became choppy,

Tuesday Night and the vessel'broke its moorings

It was driven ashore where it

The first of the series of lec- wa; severely battered on the

tures to be given by the Barbados shoals. Except for the sails

Light Aeroplane Club will be being saved, ihe hull was a com-
held at the British Council, plete wreck.

“Wakefie'd” at 8.00 p.m. on Tues-
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will be shown. Everyone is in-
vited

Drifting
After four days of drifting,
the crew of the fishing boat Sea

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L- hin ; . . hn Guiana singing competition; Tuesd : go 2 succeeded in cases of Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
to these lectures, ofA abandoned their vessel Sea Tom Brandt, ballad singer of the ©" Tuesday evening 26th Feb-| which previously seemed hopeless. What it bas done for others,
On Thursday night the B.L.A.C. Lord when they were picked up Gipsy Caravan programme over ruary in the Christian Scienc: | : do fe !
held a meeting at which Mr. >Y mite, fishing boat skippered ZF -Y.: Enid King who is termed Church, Garrison Hill \ i can do for you
Ww Godds hair by Tom Pollard who refused to ain. Sere oe = Y ileceke , j
Se ee ein ome ial eae: tea fa tow becmees of Radio Sweetheart to the Gipsy The speaker will be Ralp FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
a progress report of the Club low winds. The boat was left to Gr See aaalt singer end. aehoar Castle, C.S.. of San Francisco .
from its inception up to - the drift. ad Ivor Hunte, the accompanist, Se ee te ease | PH i y
present stage. : ‘ ' a pianist of the New Luckies Or- ,. 7 Pia . 4
. , i res r Skippered by Lincoln Cato of SEVEN of nine members of the South American Variety entertainers aan ! he leading bands Church of Christ, Scientist ir | .
ree, Haye: ree Church Village, St. Michael, the who arrived hore on ‘Thursday. chestra, ne Oe uluna. ‘The New Boston, Massachusetts to explain | Sold by all registered chemists. If any difficulty, write to:
the one that he had aoe pn a other toWn Wharf last Monday morning Rogers, Doreen Gravesande and See ee Saene Ss er join the troupe in Babados after â„¢any questions of vital impor-| P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown.
club make so much peantels in at 4 o'clock, and for three days, _ Boodhoo Brothers. — —— ————-—= the Easter holidays. tance to everyone to-day, His |
so short a time. He offered the he’ owner Claude Beckles waited ’ lecture is entitled “Christian
club his full support anxiously for the return of his ° From Larbados the wrens: Science; Its Reinstatement ot
sala, : only boat. B G Hi admast i ] ¥ née hoping to tour Jamaica, Aruba, Primitive Christianity and
on ee a anaes It was about 12 midnight on e e e er ul $ Curacao, Martinique and other Spiritual Healing.” In_ particular
rector Caners of Civil Aviation Thursday that he received the e ‘ ° islands. s 38 he will stress the power of] wa. WW
in which he too offered to assist ont Sr ale age Eig ey Age Grouping A Handicap prayer to heal all types of disease
t ; panes ible. been abandoned. “But,” he said, - and destroy fea:
ar’ D. Malone pre ak on Seehccasknrahapcnenabararitte, acne A TEACHERS’ TRAINING COLLEGE is very essential in OBITUARY ' This lecture, which is sponsored HARRISON'S Broad St.
what the lectures would be about Skipper Cato reported that ; ; H. Kilkenny, Head- ———~—~———— by First Church of Christ, Scien-
and stressed that it was vitally after he had left for the fishing S0y SBY ORT eaet SORT: Mr.. Jeunes Ts . he : 'B ritish tist. Bridgetown is open to every
important for both flying mem- ‘hanks, he veered towards the | master of St. Mary's Anglican School, Vreedenhoop, British Myg, C, Cobham one ana ‘is tree
_ and prospective fying rome west, and immediately he ran Guiana, told the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Kilkenny is aca '
ers to attend these lectures. By into a -calm: Monday night spending six weeks’ holiday in the island. He is staying Mrs. Cynthia Cobham, passec ~)
attending these lectures flying passed without incident, and With Sot, and Mrs, Frank Edwards at Dalkeith avin away on the th of February . SOMETHING QUITE NEW—
members would lessen the work so did the following two days H atte i . oat “ey a . after a short illness, _ just Just Receired
: . ; ie sitec lar oca chools. when as thought that she was 5
CN ee ag sete He said: ""Personatly, 6f the schools aariink, and ald Be spared BOOTS WORM SY RUP ¥ +
: i By this time he was off the oer. fers vues: I think that for many years to come i . : . 1 HE
, North Point Lighthouse. Thurs- “%e educational set up is very
Snipers Kill day *hey ran es strong writin ee but in rg opinion I Jorn 29 years ago, she spent i rice 2/-
: ° ° and the jibboom broke, and about feel much more could be achieved her life in the Church, and was A RELIABLE WORM
Legionnaire six o’clock in the evening they if the teachers were not handi- teuly christian, Her quiet unas- EXTERMINATOR. 99
nt sighted the boat captained by Capped by the Age Grouping sys~ ming manner, the dignity and Effectual in expelling > ee
TUNIS, Feb. 22. Tom Pollard who agreed to take ‘©™. courace wiih Which she faced tix worms (Round and Thread).
It was learned that snipers them on board, but said he “This system does not give the obiems of life, endeared her to Specially recommended for
fired on a military patrol at Kef could not take their vessel in tow, ‘© 'eher Ss flicient scope for andi- every body and especially to those children and adults.
Foreign Legionnaire. low tard the progress 0 1e «bright ! vo) |
Authorities said the incident pupils white the dull ones just He s was a simple and happy SUPERSPEED INCANDESCENT
occurred during the night when Srought Ashore barely mark time. She was brought up in the POWDER
an unknown sniper opened fire rs “I feel that ne eae Ne ndav School at St. Cyprian’s,
on a military patrol in the centre They were prougnt ashore and amenities of the Barbadian ae abe “came a teacher sne v Beek
of fee! some 190 mcs from Tunis. about 11 ‘o'clock On Thursday schools are very up-to-date and ppghlhre AB gow a. ate be No. Ll. Price U9
i as rat Bou et Bey, Coats aver ee roe ee ee ok te continued her worship at St Made to the formula of Prof O I A M P
ing the night at Poussa Bh, Bey,” Sep rs ; ta. the s- aie ieeahatet || r Barnabas’ Church, Hugh MacLean. L L
seven miles from .Tunis where The boat which is valued at pl? sant atmosphere. Set-tien teem an hee
shots were fired at a passing car. about $750.00 was not covered by . she was laid to rest at the .
No one was injured but several insurance. Mixed Schools a ee Mieeatery oh Feta, 1908 wy Retincatian, Flatulence (NICKEL PLATED)
bullet holes were found in the The owner told the Advocate vir, Kilkenny stressed that he in the presence of a large gath- A Full Supply of , 1 :
automobile. ' ; tat when his boat did not return, feit that promotion by attainment ring of relatives, and friends who Being constructed to burn Ordinary Lamp Oil
Last night’s incidents bring the he reported the matter to the and ability of the pupils would

death tool in Tunis since rioting
started here on January 16 to 90
killed and more than 200 weer
cena eataseceee

GEM FOR TO-DAY

The next great task ot
humanity is not deliverance
by the sword, but deliver-
ance from the sword.

Fisheries Officer, and asked if he
would send the Investigator in
search for the Sea Lord, He was
then informed that the Investiga-
tor was itself out to sea, and that
there was no radio on board,
He thought that if it were pos-
sible to get in touch with the
Investigator at the time, she
could have been asked to carry

Sea Lord might have been saved.
This was the only year he did
not renew the Insurance Policy
on the boat,

—David Lloyd George.



meen —— -_——

INDIANS SEE HARD
IN JAMAICA

achieve better results. This is done
in British Guiana where there is
no age grouping and most of the

schools are Mixed Schools.

He said that British
also has its Teachers’
College which was started in 1928
through the’ instrumentality of
Mr. Bain Gray, then Director of
Education. At first it had a staff

Guiana
Training

out the search, and perhaps the of only three, but today it has six

tutors,
In the training of teachers at
this Government Training Col-
lege, much emphasis is laid on

nractical work, including book-

binding, raff_la work, basketrvy,
weaving shoemaking wood-
work, tailoring and classes in
art

A teacher’s course lasts two

years and is so arranged that an
incoming batch of students are

SAYS SAHA Y met by a batch of senior stu-
dents
The College can accommodate
Most of the Indians in Jamaica the West Indies and India. They 40 students. There sre separate
unlike those in Barbados are were closely. related and there hostels for men and women who
workers on plantations. Due to was much in common hence they live at the College for the entire
the lack of work, there is some should try to know each other period of their training.

hardship existing among them,
but efforts are being made by
the Government and some prom-
inent Indians to ameliorate their
condition, Shri Anand Mohan

more and more.

College premises

Biology
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Jamaica since February 5 on an
©Yicial_tour, passed through here
lest night by B.W.LA. on his way
back to his headquarters in Trini-
dad. At the airport to meet him

3 y whic s e at
tion of Biology which is done a Randolph Browne told the ‘court

Queen’s College and Domestic

Science which is taken at the that on December 10 Ra te is

Carnagie Trade Centre riding his motor cycle down
Mr. llicenny said: “This Col- Thornbury Hill, Christ Church.

lege has been of tremendous bene- Joceylin Roberts was riding 4



motor cycle which as behind
him. When he was riding around

a bend in the Hill he suddenly

fit to teachers of British Guiana.
“While it is. not compulsory
that the teacher should attend







It clears the nasal pas-
sages to remove stuffiness

:
You need a
PRESSURE COOKER!

SEE THE FILLERYS

SAVES LABOUR, SAVES TIME, SAVES FUEL

and the distressing con-
ditions of head colds and
catarrh. The patent nasal
application bottle is infinitely better than spray
or dropper, and can be carried convenient yin
handbag or pocket without fear of leakage.



































: : ae Rindk di ee . going back
this Coliege, it is very desirable heard a crash and on going bi | : OBTAINABLE FROM :—
Were some members of the Indian for the teacher to seek the oppor- he saw that Roberts had ridden | . f _ ; 3
Community here with whom he fontty of EER Eaieae tHe ear the motor cycle into a trench. Made by CLAY & Ape aA LTD., Liverpool, England Messrs. C. F. Harrison & Co., Ltd., DaCosta & Co.,
chatted for a few minutes, | afforded, since his promotion de- Roberts and the Gacensed~- whe Perea IBle a ; lies ‘arter & C
a =e thes De had vaned pends to a great extent on his was ene on the Raion of ss Ltd., General Hardware Supplies, Carter o.
different parts of Jamaica wi being trained”, said Mr. Kilkenny motor cycle—were lying In We On § ‘ : oda :
the Indians were living in. order He said that at present teachers trench. 5 ane tet n Sale at All Drug Stores C. 8. Pitcher & Co
to study conditions for himself. are mainly recruited through the Both of them appeared to him L
It was well eT moe nupil tencher svstem which has to be badly in need of medical
them were very or rorked fairly satisfactory “py 1 SR Aap toh
there was no work, but of course, oe rd ap aie 5 Br tinh t ————_— rr —CS—S—S— ' " OCOOOPOD DODO OOOO T NOON Oooo eee
in some parts of the country, Guiana is very satisfactory, but at * Le
some, ere: beter of than, others srucont overcrowding a Green | :
e hous is s pe ‘ ;
; ing a ver serious problem >
parts of the island were good, Pate tk a Husleinm ahemecto . y
aacison eng es: oe yn SHRI ANAND SAHAY cane anainaeinaie for this $
jamage and the Governmen 4 . ae 2 ae dag sa s
trying to render assistance by He said that one of the chief #! arses rise in, the 9g D x 8
preparing a new plan for hous- duties of his office in the Wiest vat problems this building pro- &} of ovable x 3
i Indies was to acquaint the public A eS oe ee Te ? nn > %
7. said that Indian films were in these parts regarding condi- ject cannot Keep Path iar ro : x
being brought to Jamaica, but at tions in India and to create better '!s¢ of that population, said. ‘ é * %
the present, there was no cinema understanding between the two Sanitation ' z x
*in the island where they could regions. With the co-operation of tie sata that he vite I x 3
be shown. the Press, he was sure they could eee er eek ok dae % t
serve a great purpose. itec 1e olice comp di ne 8 g
Films Appreciated He hoped that the Indians in Central one ens ee _ : 3
took with him, a number Barbados were living happily very much im *SSCC 8 J € | A crease resisting Fini : » x
ot Goveransbh of India docu- and doing good business under sanitary, condition of the build- g ish with colourful ; 3
ry films which were shown the protection and encourage- ings and premises. Sat desiens ae PRE - Gale ‘ x
in different places where meet- ment of tihe aeeent and pare a4 ee tees 0 ee rer. at OMe. around, Naabty x 3
i ’ held and they were le of this island, dos althou is f ) regu- ss : ips at ee x ;
aay appreciated, not only by Prfle said that he was sorry he lar visitors. He finds the climate for SPORTS or DAY Wear — 36 inches * g
Indians, but by non-Indians as did not have much time here, as cool and bealthy. -_ ene wide s >
r he would have liked to meet Mr. ure in seabathing, te also a » wide. :
Se said that a new law had G. H. Adams. He was, however, the excellent beaches and ne x *
been passed in Jamaica enabling glad to hear that his Party was “Most Barbadians appear, to pe "a S
those who wanted to cremate very successful at the last Gen- very hospitable and courteous to yd, I. 16 z
their dead bodies instead of bury- eral Elections and that he was strangers. BS gee at . y
ing Gham and added that there honoured in the New Year Hon- ip pee been in a; Weaenind Se Feed ‘th t ¢
were some other laws that were ours list. vice for the past 17 years and is ean he
under consider eaime Mariage ie Gliee” ke) FLOWERED HOPSACS a Pi ys
Lee gener" seas | sates Ra ca PURIN. ay:
and Divorce Law, “which "ne Lord Rowallan fd nr ‘a? Arphalt ? of St A crease resisting Finish in attractive . * r x
5 brought before e ° npointec eadmaste ) t.
daa , ~ 1 Reaches B.G. Mary's At that time ee designs — 36 inches wide. | So see us FODAY for %
co r- . assistant master a aankenovur |
atelier eae ‘on ean bay (From Our Own Correspondent) Anglican School. d $1 4q - dl 2 as > 1% $
after visiting several places on GEORGETOWN, BG., Feb., 22. Y Od ya. we 4 6 1g PURINA Startena x
this trip that they deserve that ee ao aan cee me iB eres mu
industry because they have beau- rived in Georgetown on ursday i$
tiful beaches and beautiful hotels evening. He is . guest at Gov- DECREE NISI PURINA,____..Growena :
which are run on a very high ernment House for a week be- ia tag : NPS EEN |
standard. I hope that with the fore flying to Jamaica for the first Banc pablo ae ia } . 1% PURINA gop Layena x
growth of the industry, the peo- Caribbean Jamboree. Rtthe Puttin Suda His { ay’ i : 4 %
ple will be happier”. A detachment of Dutch Scouts Mr Justice “G L. Savior’ exo J . ° * In Mash, Checkers & Checkerettes. 3
Ss hetic P arrived from Surinam on Thurs- },, deere jet in the it of % g
Sympathetic Press at» dee bent pelos ; nounced decree nisi in the suit o % MITED &
he Commissioner said that the @4Y to e&r ae owallan an: MW. M. Marshall, petitioner 1\& ; ‘ '
pu was always sympathetic to join the week-end colony Scout GE. Marshall, respondent x H. JASON JONES & CO., LI $
towards Indian news and views Rally. Lord Rowallan is meeting ‘Mr. D. H. L. Ward instructed by | 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET % od x
and through such mutual under- = m2) pee 7 Coun- Mr, D,A. Banfield, solicitor of the | + Distributors. s
standing, they were hoping to cil on Friday and will attend an firm of Hutct & Banfield ee » »
create better friendship between investiture. of King’s Scouts. appear i for tl der mace Aelddaeae nN | 6565550455565 699 SO 80ST SU FOSS SOOO SOO FIO S OO DO SFOS

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CLASSIFIED ADS.

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PUMLIC SALES |







REAL ESTATE

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



FOU RENT
HOUSES

OOSEVELT

|

Maxwell Coast Road



















es m —_—_$—$—$—$—$— Fi furnished. Phone 2224
| atone eneennae “es 22.2.52—2n
For Births, Marringe or Engagement) y t . < "ARLINGTON : Se | sigeetnaeesidpamaninn ee ae
annountements in Carib a ; « or SALE | ville-Drawihg, . dinin {| FULLY, FURNISHED SEDROOM—On
charge J $9.00 for any numpel & ae rooms, 3 bedrooms, |the seaside. Bank holidays and week-
up to © “> — pe ord fe } = ae " |rooms and running ¥ = « Pt © 8401 Amazonas,
additiopal wo: ‘erms Phone } . let and garage orthing 23.259--in
Detween 6.30 and 4.p.m., J18 (or Bestn| AUTOMOTIVE erpeation: seu Dba
Nesices onhy after $ 0.™ | ns | MODENN FURNISHED FLAT — ith
ee: HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom | Silver i Line Good Sea-bathing
N Se = aremrne dir aare « TA Si Hf in i-|house, all conveniences, with party li ars. Apply to / ;
re r , ‘ , 3 aa >
A o going easopable, | sized living room, open verandah, kitchen al Sands, Worthing €
N UN¢ EMEN rs Dial Wi s at 3006 Or| and utility room Garage, laundry, 2 3.2.5 fx
beg = > — ¢ afte r Rout 95251, servant room’ and storage room under, | ——~~—~
HERCULES BICYCLE: Rafe ticket 29.2,52-t£.4 | On attractive hillsiae site, Rockley New | _ SILVER Bilver Sands,
for salb 1/- each for charity), Call gt) ___________—-__ 3 | Road. A. Barnes & Co., £44, Dial 4476. | Church, fully furnished 4 bedrogms, ran-
A. E. Taylor's Store 23.2.52-—2n/ CAR—1949 Singer Roadster, qane0 mites, 13.2.52—t.f.n j au ew ter in each. Apply tad dar bados
— ee ; excellent condition. Ring 5143. between |Dye Works 21.2.52—Sn.
Los ' aA FOL ND and 6 p.m, Owner leaving, isle a LOUISEVILLE— Board and shingle
.52—8n. |} house, situated Eank Hail Road t .
Eagle Hall Corner. Appkr: M } » J ye}.
LOST CAR-—Vauxhall Velox 18 hp oe. Eagle Hall Corner 16.2.52—2n ' ' rat NO ric ES
46—50 Model. Mileage under A EN ee eee,
Courtesy Garage, Dial 4616 DLEXCELLENT BUnLDING site| BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE

SWEEPSTAKE TICKET. Series K. 8820
Finder please return same to it Ince
C/o Turt Club 23.2.52—1n] ¢



1947 Ford Super

to





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ve WILSON. 4413 or 4259.
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Applications in writing are invited for
‘the post of fulltime Secretary imale).

ee?
My
salary approximately $200.00 per month,

“a
> ee)
7 sceording to qualifications, Successtu,

he \ app§ cant must assume duties not later
} than Ist May, perferably earlier Further
â„¢N | dotails moy be obtained from the presem
J | Secretary Applications giving details of
past experience and copies of testimonials
| should be sent by 20th February to the
Chamber of Commerce, Bovell & Skeete

| tig., Lucas Street
} 16,2.52—6n

TUNIOR STAFF requ-red for trainin

Audit Clerks Only applications in
with full details of age and ex-
© will be considered: references
characte? must be attached, FITZ-

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for cooking you need I ir ¢



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jad in person 8.00—9,00 a.m. and 3.00-



JORDAN'S LAUNDRY

‘ Bay Street

Opp. Combermere St.

(
| JUNIOR, SALESMAN—Apply
00 pan. to K. J. Hamel-Smith & Co.,

( td., Bridge Street 20,.2.52--0n
LT
{ PRACTICAL Housekeeper wanted for
{ t class hotel, good salary to really
mpetent person, W. H, C/o

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ti i
) { PR if NTAL | DERS—“Private family near
f MidaiN | h can accommodate visitors to
t ew r Single or double rooms. Write
UVENIR S \ ora, Stone, 8 Dundonald Street, Port-
” 3 . i 9.2.52—12n.
£ 8, CUBLOS, & BTS } SINGLE FREE passage England bffered
73 iO8, SBDAS, i an, in return for charge of mental case.
}) < $ Y RIISTICAS ite Box “S" C/o Advocate Co.
We er 61D \DES, TRAIDOS }} 20, 2.58—Sn
DE LA INDIA CHINA ¢ .
nda PERSONAL
THANI'S " inline
Pr. Wem Hry. St. Dial 3466 The puble are heretyy warned against
ee y ing eredit to my husbhnd OSFORD
ae eas SSS HAPMAN as I do not hold myself
SSS esponsible for him or anyone else con-
: racting any debt or debts in my name
cies :
rbaddés. Food Products nless by 4 written order signed by me
Be . FLDICA CHAPMAN,
Fitts Village,

St. James.
22.2.52—2n

LOCALLY CURED
| “BACON







is NOW ON SALE at y Th
4 NOTICE
Messrs. GENERAL HARD-
WARE. SUPPLIES, To Members of the B'dos
‘ Rickett Street. Poultry Association. ‘Your
attention is drawn to the

date of the Annual General

Meeting which should have

() Weekly Detiveries are there-
\ fore discontinued.





v been the 29th February,
a ae 1952, and not on the 29th
as January, 1952, as shown in

the Cirevlar convening the
meeting .
A. V. LEWIS,
Hony. Secretary.

GARDEN HO

2-ply 4 in, at 22%. per ft.

Secure Yours at .

G. We Hotchinson



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10-DAY'S NEWS PLASH
EASTER CARDS





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Dial "222 — Broad St. CARDS
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Wardrobes,
ities,

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Dresser-Robes n-
Dressing Tabi Bedsteads










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in Iron & Wood, Coil_and Fiat
Springs. ‘Waststand \
TABLES Jin DBesutiful 1 } ‘ ” Kev t
Mahogany. and others for Dining, , ‘ ‘1 ;
% Kitchen, Ry nd_fanc ‘ > 1 R EDDY
tarders, W Te Trolliea e ILLE
5 China, dt pale @ | i le OF nd o half, interpoimted
@ Cabinets = Dt ROOM ® | ' be borrowed
¥ PURNITURE—Tvpewriter, Pram x | = aie tneee s this ‘Room
+ 2 ey % ‘ Pell your friend >
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today at your Gas |
PATRICK GRAHAM & CO. P.O, Box 26)
; = SS; 20.2.52-—An
— eee
siphons
50 TO - by letter

17.2.52—6n. | “The

James Street on Friday the 29th February

entire length, Vacant possession available
For further particulars inspection and
conditions, of sale apply to







offer for sale
their

undersigned will

public competition at office



t

- ——-— Fxcelient condition. Always owner driven | at 2 p.m. 3 Acres 34% perches of land | hel
gz 4433 or 8635 ideally situated for building sites at}
TAKE NOTICE 13.2.59—t.f.0. | Maxwell Long Road, Christ Church. This | “y
land has a frontage on the Maxwell Long |
ONE tt 1947 14 HP. Standard | Road of 126 feet and over 900 feet alor | 2
loon 4M, 1%26) Excellent condition. | another public road running along it



















That BOYLE-MIDWAY INC
ation organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Delaware, Unitec
States of America, whose trade or busines
address is 22 East 40th Street New York
New York, US.A.,. Manufacturers, ha
applied for the registration of a trad
mark in Part “A’ of Register in respes
of on ojl adapted for use as a lubrica
tor, a preserver, or a cleanser for mej
wood, or leather; furniture polish
powdered, paste, and liquid wax prepara
tions for cleaning, polishing, and protect
ing. wood-work, floors of all kinds,
furniture, Hnoleum, and automobiles: a
preparation for cleaning upholsteny, a
preparation for cleaning rugs and carpet
and a preparation for cleaning wood
work, floors, silver, metal, procelain, |
enamelware, glass, tile, and the like: |
floor mops, Afid Will be entitied to
register the same after one month fron
the Mist day of Febriiary, 1982 unless |
some person shall in the meantime give }
notice in duplicate to me at my office of |
opposition of such registration The
trade mark can be seen on application |
at_my office,

Dated this 12th day of February,

Hi, WILLIAMS.
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.2.52—3n

1 corpor-



1952 |



|

High Blood Pressure |

Twice as women 4s men suf-
fer from High Blood Pressure, which
a 6 mysterious disease that starts
about the time of Change of Life and
is the real cause of much heart trouble
and later on of paralytic strokes. Com-
mon symptoms of ‘High Blood Pres-
sure are: Nervousness, headaches at
top and back of head and above eyes,

ressure in head, dizziness, short

reath, pains in heart, palpitation,
gor sleep, loss of memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry. If you
suffer any of these symptoms, don't
delay treatment.a single day, because
your life may be in danger. Noxceo
(formerly known as Hynox), a_new
medical discovery, reduces High Blood
Pressure with the first dose, takes a
heavy load off the heart, and makes
yeu feel years younger in a few days.
Get Noxco from your chemist today.
It ts nteed to make you feel fit
and strong or money back,

~ TAKE NOTICE



Kills Men & Women | TAKE NOTICE

ASSOCIATION
NOTICE OF AGENDA
Annual General Meeting to be

















the























DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
Registration of Relief
Teachers, 1952-53

Applications are invited from
uitably qualified persons for,re-
ristration as Relief Teachers, Pre=
ference will be given to persons
holding the School Certificate or
other equivalent qualification.

Applications, to be submitted on
Form E/7 M (Men) or Form E/7
W (Women) obtainable from the
Department of Education, should
reach the Director of Education
not later than Friday, 29th Feb-
ruary, 1952

REGISTERED RELIEF TEACH-
ERS, WHO WISH .TOQ.. HAVE
THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON
THE REVISED LIST, MUST IN-
FORM THE DIRECTOR BY LET-
TER NOT LATER THAN FRI-
DAY, 29th FEBRUARY, 1952.
Department of Education.
lith February, 1952.

23.2.52—2n.

DART

That CLUETT, PEABODY & CO, ENC
» corporation organized under the laws
of the State of New York, United Stat-s
of America, whose trade or business
address is 433 River Street, Troy, Coanty
of Rensselaer, State of New York, U.S.A.,

has applicd for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A” of Register ir
respect of wearing apparel, ineludine

shirts, collars, neckties, pajamas, hand-
here’ s and underwear, and will be
entitied to register the same after ons
month from the 2ist day of February,
unless some person shall in the
antime give notite in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such reg-
istration The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office
Dated this 12th day of February 1953
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21,2.52—3n.









ARRO

rH

That CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. IN
of the State of New York, United St
address is 433 River Street, Troy, Ce
U.S.A., has applied for the registratior
in respect of shirts, collars, cuffs, uni
chiefs, neckties, piece goods and shirti:
tions thereof, and will be entitled to |
the 2ist day of February, 1952 unless
notice in duplicate to me at. my office «
trade mark can be seen on application

Dated this 12th day of Februany 1

a



PROPERTIES

(1) The property known
Road. It consists of 4 acre of |
verandah, drawing, dining anc
toilet bath and kitchen

(2) Property at Oistins, ¢
Ice Cream Parlour. It is resic¢

(3) Substantially built »
called “Eyareville” at Eagle H:
ing room up and downstairs, di
bedrooms, toilet and bath, kitch¢
house is in perfect order, No re

(4) One stone cottage at Cc
drawing and dining rooms, 2 |
and light throughout.





(5) 20 x 12 HOUSE at B
of pine and put together with
with galvanize and close boar
$800 . 0

(6) 34 of an acre of land at Br
to Club Morgan

(7) 7 Spots of lant remaining

Sizes from 10,000 to 13,000 s
(8) Only a few Spots
Thorpes, St. James

ren

D’'ARCY A



yuare

denrreccemmimamenamenss~ + SBM

» corporation organized under the laws
of America, whose trade or byginess

of Ren State of New York

trace in Part “Av of, Register
‘ight shirts, handker-
rayon, wool and combina-
same after one

elaer,
mark

r, pajaw
of cott
ister the month from

persor hall in the meantime Eve
opposition of such registration The
my. office



H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21. 2.52-—3n

FOR SALE

“The Crotons” at Deacons
id aud house which has open
akfast rooms, 3 bedrooms,





Chureh as a drug store 9r
» and shop’ on the sea.

house with galvanize roof
ad. It has gallery, draw-
and breakfast rooms (4)
nd room for garage. This
and is priced to sell.

ngton Hill with verandah,
and kitchen, Water







)

yoms

and built
covered
sold for

Hall, 9 ft. high,
T roof

be

bolt The

t {
tton’s Hill on road leading
Hothersal Turning

at

at Maxwell Road and at

SCOTT

NT

ddle St Dial 2645

20.2.52.—2n.

TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF CLEAR STRAW SUGAR TO

pounds of
plus deliver?

cording to the
les Mus’

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952

GOVERNMENT NOTICES |

DEPARTMENT



OF EDUCATION



THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Tenders are invited for the supply of cleat straw Sugar to the

Public ElembAtary Schodls bt The island dutitig the following schoo} |

rms |

1. 5th May to ist Atigist, 1952.

2. Sth September t6 12th December, 1952.

3. 12th Janttary to 10th April; 1953.

The behiataten, Harenients réqttiremeitts are 4,500

Sugar. Pettons tendering thust quote thé pi pound

, atid Are Teywired to submit 4 of sugar.
Supplies imtist BE delivered to the schools every two Weeks ac-
Hents Of the individtial schools, aiid all deliver-

within three days.
Tenders intist Covet all Pequireirients bt the schools the

'
}

| Milk

10,000

t be 1952.

is ae 1 nu be red to furn-









fourteen feet ehe, WoRRINB presse up to 250 Ibs. per square inch.
Boilers are complete with all boiler mountings, fuel oil burners
and fuel tanks, also Supérhéater, if required. Can be seen at Ever-
ton Pumping Station, St. John, Will be sold singly.
Tehders to be Submitted to the Honourable Colonial Secretary
on or before Friday 29th Februdry, 1952. —21.2.52.—3n.| -

VACANT POST, ASSISTANT MASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Applications are invited for the post of an Assistant Master,
Grammar School. St. Vincent, who will be required to teach Chemistry
and Botany up to the Higher School Certificate Standard.

Applicants should be Graduates or holders of the Inter-Science

or Higher School Certificate. | ss,
The salary of the post is: — aa

(a) For a Graduate—$1,440 by $96 to $1,920.
(b) For Intermediate or H.S.C.—$1,200 by $72 to $1,440.

The commencing salary will depend on experience and standard
of work.

A temporary cost of living allowance is payable at the usual rate
granted to Civil Servants.

The appointment will be probationary for one year in the first
instance, and the appointee may be confirméai in the permanent, pen-
sionable post after one year's satisfactory service.

The Grammar School is under the control of the Government of
St. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil
Servants.

Free passage to St, Vincent to take up appdintment is provided.
Applications, With details of education, qualifications, age and
experience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should be
sent to the Education Officer, St, Vincent, to reach him as soon as
possible and in any event hot later than the 29tk February, 1952.
10.2.52—2n.







Here’s somiéthing you haven’t been able to
get for a long time .

REST QUALITY ST. GEORGE'S MARBLE LIME
In Ait tight drums
A few only available at,...; .

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
PIER HEAD.

POEL CASALE LOT SSOSOS

SPECIAL POLICE DISPLAY
FOR VISITORS TO THE ISLAND
FEATURING

A MUSICAL RIDE
DRILL DISPLAY
BEATING THE RETREAT

AT
THE POLICE RIDING SCHOOL
DISTRICT “A” 5 PeM. TUESDAY 26th PEBRUARY
ADMISSION :—: $1.00

a a et



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and at all other “GOOD DRUG STORES”.

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Tenders
Public Elementary Schools throughout the island during the follow-
ing school terms: —

Particulars of the conditions







GOVERNMENT NOTICE

EE .
BEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
Public Elementary Schools

Are invited for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the

to the

1 5th May to Ist August 1952.

2. 15th September to 12th December 1952.

3. 12th January to 10th April 1953.

and requirements of supplying the

are embodied in the Contract, copies of Which are available for

reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
the due performance of the Contract.

The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
to the Public Elementary Schools” must reach the Colonial Secretary’s
Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 15th of March,

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any



ia he Ha so! “oll y 4 wr . ae 4

jd ot “the Harrison ‘College Hall oo | Lonigds HHeALOHEA aBVE, atid thust reach the Coloitial rg| tender,

inveasenes Shares "A" Rs Lomice sot tate thi 12 Set6eH AboR on Sataidad, whe 188K March, Sa res oe 93.2.52—8
Ti tiress by His . Excellency sic (1052, Seema rHtist be peiiders the Bt siigar to eae
A, Ww. L avane The meeting will the Ptil ; »
adjou 0 five nutes. 4 "
Minutes of the Last Annual Meet- The person

SHIPPING NOTICES
























ing and special Meeting of 14th July [ich tid stirbtiés for the dub oa
- L HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, } 1951 § s ‘ i t .
sa KELECTRICA Solicitors, | 4. To feeelve the Report of the The Government ades Hot bind itself 6 aecBpt the idWest or
COOLERATORS, Ice Boxes. OWEN T 16 2.596 ne A any tender.
| LLDER. 118 Roebuck St Dial 3299 To receive the Fnancial Statement 859 ae 4 MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ‘tne M.V. “CACIQUE DEL R-
%.2.52—1n | — create ahoase| of Accounts and the Auditors’ Re-}16th February, 1952. 20.2.52.—3n. ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. | gH” will ‘accept Cargo and Pas-
LA OT OLIVEES"—A chattel a nghous port : eee ee (M.A.N.Z. LENE) sengers for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
NORGE ~ REFRIGERATORS, Two| standing on lands of Saint_ Mary’s] 6. To nominate officers and members Grenada,*and Aruba, Sailing Mon-
only second hand ones, due to sales of Church, situate at KING STREET * io serve on the Council SS. “TEKOA” is $chedtiled to sail day 24tb inst.
nw ‘Refrid@rators, an.” exellent condi | Bridgetown. | The house, witch te oot Soi atest: Coe AUOHO. gi VACANT POST OF VISITING OBSTETRICIAN, from Adelaide February 19th, Melbourne The M.V, “CARIBBEE” will ac-
b: 4 i * tio “pn . Ss GE |Seventh Day ventist Chureh, contair 5 o elect dele s to attenc ne ‘ February 26th, Sydney jare! . Bris- cept cargo nd Passenger for
That BOYLE-MIDWAY INC., 2 corpor-| tah. REDMAN & TAYLOR Sth on. closed gallery, drawing and dining Conference of the Federation MATERNITY HOSPITAL bane March 15th, arriving at Trinidad Damninion’ Antigua; . MaAteeceats
ee ee sagged pe wanting ogg ine) eee | Ooms, 2 bedrooms. kitchen usual eo) 9. General Bu ‘ about April 15th and Barbados about Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing Tues-
rs je State o saware, Unitec SOLISHE ” Fr a *trical, | veniences, Water and electric services L. A. HALL, nate ; i April 18th, day 26th inst.
States of America, whose trade or Dusiness j POLISHERS-—Floor Polishers Electrical. | veniences. Mipection on application t Gendeel Bberetale Applications are invited from Registéréd Medical Practitioners |), gagition to general cargo this vessel The M/V¥ “DAERWOOD” will
eee wa. rn iatetis ut le Co. Ltd. Dial $136. — 23.2.52—8n, | the Tenant, Mrs. musts Gooding, any 16. 2,52—3n for the Part-tithe non-penSionable post of Visiting Obstetrician, | has ample space for chilled and hard accept Carge and Passengers for
New Yor S.A., Manwfacturers, ha aay, t aeeror NOON 1008 | ts t + Pee ta ie ; Ting | f frosts Cet. : est. : aoe
See RAs er Megiatee th Feat de One Murphy 6 tube Radio Apply Bus- Se eee a al NOHCE herby wiven that 1 Js be | Maternity Hospital, whic will bécome vacant on the 10th of March,| "treo nccanted on through Bills, of a aot Niline Monday, #0
mark in Tart “A” of Repister ape , 4s ¥ 7 a e Ss r sn ntention of the $3 ers Gf f ding transhipme: ry :
of “in ectic ide “ais nf iden tace Gibbons. Lowes vores 52 7 ‘site house Mion, kt Mt one ’ ways of the t Seatty e par tones a aotae 1952. or Usk Sina reer tha windears " te M/V “CLARA” will accept
spray, and chemical er, and 1 7 Ni ps acdiypbes Btreet. Bridgetown, on Thursday Joseph, Seint John, and Saitt James, in The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $1,152 per| isiands. Cargo and Passengers for Nassau
pe entitled to resist ’ oe ‘ . his Iskand, to be due iculars ly — :
after one month from the 2ist day of LIVESTOCK pe Se YEARWOOD & BOYCE he Leg aoe ° thi ne Bad te ehpunt. : . ess. . sah teen ~ ans y PURNESS WITHY. _ “CO. LED, | ea abuaee, ee eae
February, 1962. wniess some yall} le horising them 1 etively to ineraaie The Maternity Hospital 1s one ot twenty Beds with a maternal TRINIDAD. i WL SCHOONER OWNERE
a ec ei oties ir + HORSE—One good riding horse suitable th alaries pa to the respective aeee ; Bn nt * : Ph : iD
akan as aad atite of, appositial re cierto oP gga 8 ee a Fy 9 eS Me awe tee tbe Man gee clinic attached. It is primarily a teachifig Hospital for Students ae ee ee rte er tad
registration. The trade mark can be| Apply Williams, Foster Hall Plantation tive parishes, to 2 sum fot exceedingjand twenty are trained atintall¥. It is by a Matron, three BARBADOS, B.W.1.
seen of application at my office ial 95251 23.2.52 n i ver annult re trave 3 . . a
Dated this 12th day of February, 1952 a pe eee Seine tn the travelling a) /graduate nurse-midwives and the usual subor inate staff. _ —
H. WILLIAMS ’ nspectors of Highways to 4 & ) } ) 1 , WVisitine ih
Registrlir OF Trace MECHANICAL ___. [Inspectors of Highways to 8 stim aot) Eh addition to the dtiiitiaty duties, the Visiting Obstetrician
‘ 2 21 rg i ore a ee veceived § witt set wp ferenses to take effect as from the Ny | will be required to assist in the training of Midwives and in the
Po. a aan ae SEWING A NES an a y instructions received & will se I - “ at
wadie. Typewfiters, OWEN T.|for sale by Public Auction at Centra | ated the 20th diy ot Febiviary ibab, | UDervision of the maternal clinic.
TAKE NOTICE LLDER, 118 Roebuck St, Dial $20 || Station. on Monday, the 20tb at 3p to YEARWOOD & BOYCE, Applications should be addresséd to the Colonial Secretary, Bar- —
23.2.52—1n | Several pairs ats, seve: e Solicit ados I ‘
MITOGA —_—_————_—_———————— Shorts. Mittresses and several other ete coe ae z aoe his Office not latér than the 29th of February, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
That CLUETT, PEABOD MISCELLANEOUS PS DARCY A. SCOTT : ne 2. 17.2.08.—-on:
That CLUET *EABODY & CO, INC : - - _ ——---- Govt. Auctioneer 1 PAY 7 * De * Du
a corporation organized der the law GULADIOLI BULBS 2.2.52—S | j : i 4
0 er ria ot New York, United States | Why worry to book orders when we 29°35" | GOVERNMENT NOTICES Tenders Fpt Tralitport Of Officers weneet ee Leaves Birbados
of Amer whose trade or busines save ph varied assortment in stock, No] py ins thon oped eta a —_— re Th f
fddress is 433 River Street, Troy, County | Waiting varie senor nen Ie ee ure | uinT neeee es Dmacby le, ROAD + Tenders are itivited conveyance by motor-car of the| S.S. “PHILOSOPHER . London &
Gt Renmelner, State of New York. U S.A fay KNIGHT'S LTD. Mn TUESDAY 26th. at 1 pn. a boat TENDERS FOR UNIFORMS | Revenue Officers n Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St. Lucy, 4a e M/brough 12th Feb. 26th Feb.
trade mark in P A” of Reg LADIES BATH-SUITS—A lovely Qual- Bod. shinglp. powweuiiea. iy 3 oa ne Separate tenders are invited for] wait for the and return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to S.S. “DEFENDER Liverpool &
renpect ot wearing. pI including | itp with skit. Ip green, gold red & panied $2.40 per quarter. Terms CASH ihe making of Uniforms for the]31st March, 1953. S.S. “PLANTER” Glasgow 16th Feb. 4th Mar.
seihiéts and) underwear, ‘will be | oS on at #51 en. R. Archer McKenzie, Auctioneer Police, Harbour Police and Fire Approximately threé visits Weekly at the Distillery are neces- SS. “STUDENT” . =, & 29th Feb. 11th Mar.
entitled to registar the sine after, one | eee sea ieee i 8» | Brigade for the year 1952-53. Furs teo,) and the tite sperit if WAitiH® varies from three to six hours Nae : .
manth from the 2ist day of Febriliy PURGRAIN, Pifeon Feed none ther particulars can be obtained|â„¢ "gy : ; Ea i aby: : : Liverpool lst Mar. 14th Mar.
1952 ule some person shalt the | setter — 10-18, lots and upwards @ 19c. TAKE NOTIC \gom the office of the Commission- $. Tenders should be 1 a tate per mile including waiting at ————_JIOMEWARD FOR THE UD 3or vak ws a
meantime give © ver Ib eon 2547. 8.2,52—tf n jer ot Poll e auiittbien, eee te vd Comeena ton Shoh faithe AS be spproved ta | NITE DO
istration, The,tra a etd enders, licate, sho' roller of Custo' whi tirther information may be obtained. Vessel F cl in Barb
on application ab iny offi . | forwarded in sealed envelopes x . | : ao or ‘loses in Barbados
Dated this 14h day of Febrifiry 1952 WANTED \ddressed to the Colonial Sone: 4. Tenders, addressed 6 thé Colonial Secretary and not to any| S.S. “CROFTER” . . .. London. 26th Feb.
ReKist , f rad Mia 1 li y (and not to any officer by Officer bY nadine, a on the envelope “Tender for Transport” S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” . Liverpool Ist Mar.
ristrar of Trade } k ae emnay ‘nda ee re ot " 5 b) : . i. . P
21. 2.92--8n name) so as to reach the Colonial | Will be recetyéd at Coisnial Secretary's Office up to 4 p.m, on
(cliblacandnmannactpnsitneetpininsesinimatndpgamasns HELP re ro y . eases pe later than |Friday, 14th & atch, 19) ra For further Information apply to .. .
~ — ve Lith March, 1952, 5. The Goverment does rio se ccept the lowest or ‘
Boanpencsirivpte familly on the Seo |" Truvelopes should’ be cleatly [any tei especie am insti DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents
| sHe, Cans abeommodate Working Gen- marked “Tender for Police Uni- any tender.
eed Fee soriation ‘write, Box “G |Iptmna”, ender: ton, ap hs ee:
sAtcite to, 29,2.52-~1n Police Uniforms”, or “Tender for == f 0
CA IAN—Age 16, § position 3 se may be a 8 FOR SALE «
efetencea. “Shitléy Guest House 23.2.52-—8n 2 shell typé CORNISH fire tibe boilers 5 feet in diameter and
Phone $217, David H. Olssen otteaih } Inc.



NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S..“EMPERE PATRAI™ sailed 2ist Fe bruary — arrives B'do. 3
A STEAMER sails 8th March arrives P’dos oth March, 1952, een



NEW ORLEANS SERVICE



§.S.. “LIBREVILLE” sailed 13th February —arrives B'd
jE 'Y ——f jos 1st March, 1952.
A STEAMER sails 27th February -—- arri ves Barbados 16th March, 1952,





CANADIAN
SOUTHBOUND

SERVICE

Name of Ship Satls Watifax

“ALCOA PLANTER”

“ALCOA PEGASUS" 2ist February

12th Eepruany

is 26th February 7th March
ALCOA PILGRIM” 14th Marth 24th March
= STEAMER “upd March 2nd April
STEAMER 1sth.. April 23rd April
A STEAMER lst May llth May
These Vessels have limited passenger accommodation.

ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.

APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO.. LT —CANADIAN SERVICE

ROBERT THOM LIMITED

PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
Passenger Sales Agents for:

Tr: -
me geesh eudhoeâ„¢ ata kat

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COMPANY, LID.

IMPORTANT _ NOTICE TO
SUBSCRIBERS.

Subseribers will also be advised individually
of their change of rate.

REVISION OF RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE
EFFECTIVE IST APRIL, 1952

The Barbados Telephone Co., Ltd., hereby gi

7 ij bi y gives
notice that consequent upon the very Chiphidenable in-
creases in the cost of labour locally and of all materials
and supplies it is forced, in the interest of the develop-

ment and expansion of its service urgently needed to
serve adequately and efficiently the growing social,
commercial and industrial needs of the Island, to revise

its rates as from and after the fi ’ i
sine r the first day of April next as

Exchange Extension
Service Service
(Minimum rate area)
Busi- Resi- Busi-
ness dence ness
$ 8.50 ' $5.50 $2.00

6.00 2.00
6.50 2.00
7.25 2.00 1.50

10.50 7.50 2.00 1.50

Although the excess mileage charges in force here
are very considerably lower than those which obtain
elsewhere it is not proposed to make any increases at
this time. :

Resi-
dence
$1.50

1.50
1.50

Bridgetown (Dial)
St. Lawrence
TEMPO) sss,
St. James (Dial)
St. John (Dial) ....
Speightstown
(Manual)

9.00
9.50
10.25

These new rates compare favourably with those in
force in the more important colonies in this area where
a similar class of service is provided.

22.2.52—3n.

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE SEVEN

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Wood, Manning

Win Mixed

Doubles At Belleville

THE finals of the Mixed
ed yesterday evening when
Charles Manning (—40) c¢
Warren and Val Roach (
minutes. Miss Wood and D
6—2; 6—1
Following the mixed double

handicap, Mrs. John McKinstry,
the wife of the President of the

Club presented the cups to the
various winners.
Following is the list of winner
Men’s Singles: J. D. Trimming-
ham.

Ladies’ Singles: Miss Mavis King

Doubles Handicap were play-
Miss Doreen Wood and Dr.
ympletely outplayed Mrs. D

4 30). The
r. Manning

match lasted 40
emerging winners

Soccer
Preview

Men’s Doubles: E. P. Taylor By DENNIS HART
and Dr. C. G. Manning

Ladies’ Doubles: Miss D. Wood LONDON, Feb. 15
and Mrs. P. McG. Patterson, Today is cup-tie day. In both

Mixed Doubles Handicap. Mis England and Scotland, the cup
D. Wood and Dr. C. G. Manning competitions have reached a crit-
—40. ical stage and by this evening

most teams will know their fate.



English Harbour
Yacht Cruise
Entrants Listed

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb, 15
Shepherding the fleet on the
Caribbean Cruise will be the

schooner Mollihawk, skippered by
Mr. Desmond Nicholson, and
under aharter to Mr. John Wright

of the United States. The Molli-
hawk will report daily by wire-
less to headquarters in MWnglish

Harbour during the cruise,

Three yachts from Puerto Rico
have entered for the cruise.

One is the Motor Yacht Veste,
owned by Mr. Luis Santaella, of
Puerto Rico. According to pres-
ent plans, she will have aboard
a party of seven, including Mr.
Ralph G. Christiansen, Commo-
dore of the Club Nautico of San
Juan and former Governor Jesus
T. Pinero. The other two are the
motor yachts “Phoenix and
Malala”, owned respectively by
Mr, German Fernandez and Mr.
Vincente Balbos Pena.

Largest of the entrants is the
90ft. ketch, Mario Katharina
which will be under charter to
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nicholson of
Canada, and will carry a party of
four and a crew of five. Mr.
Wendell Anderson of Detroit has
entered his yawl Escapade.

The cruise will start in Barba-
dos on February 29. Points of call
en route include Grenada, Carria-
cou and Bequia in the Grena-
dines, Si. Vincent, St. Lucia, Mar-
tinique, Dominica, and Guade-
loupe.

When the fleet reaches English
Harbour on Marah 18, it will be
greeted by H.M.S. Sparrow. Cli-
maxing the cruise will be a
three-day programme of enter-
tainment arranged by the Society
of the Friends of English Har-
bour.

The Society was established in
1951 with the object of restoring
the historic naval dockyard in
English Harbour and of improv-
ing its facilities for visiting
yachts, Sponsor of the cruise is
the Royal Cruising Club of the
United Kingdom. The cruise coin-
cides with an appeal for funds to
carry on the work of the Society
which is wholly dependent on
voluntary donations.

Applications for joining the
cruise are still being received by
the Secretary of the Soriety,
whose address is Government
House, Antigua, B.W.1I.



Archery Booming
In London

Britain’s archers are antici-
pating the most successful year
in half a century of their pic-
turesque sport, which is enjoy-
ing a remarkable revival,
Under the guidance of the

governing body, the Grand
National Archery Society, with
headquarters beside Hyde Park,
the sport now has 160 clubs in
the London area alone, only ten
of which were in existence when
the war ended.

“There are still slightly more
men than women archers, but
the women are rapidly catching
up,” said an official of the parent
society today.

“By tradition, dark green
should he worn. Women usually
wear White blouse and green
skirt and white shorts.

“To women, archery makes «
particular appeal. It is quiet anc
peaceful; good for the figure anc
is usually enjoyed in beautiful
settings.” —L.E.S.



Second Division
Match Drawn

In the Second Division football
match at Queen's Park yesterday
afternoon Notre Dame and Ever-
ton played to a 1—1 draw. Tis
game was fast and both sides at
times gave a fair exhibition, but
one or two chances for scoring
were missed by both sides,

A fairly large crowd watched
the game.



| They'll Do It Every Time




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Bicoone ALWAYS CAUTIONS MAISIE, HIS |
VERY PRIVATE SEC,ABOUT KEEPING |
OFFICE SECRETS SECRET |

The B.A. Cup competition has
reached the fifth round, The hold-
ers, Newcastle are away to Swan-
sea where they will look to their

brilliant forward line to carry
them through. In previous cup
games this season they have
scored four goals against Aston

Villa and three against Tottenham,

both clubs with good defensive
recoras

Swansea are a difficult team to
beat at the Vetch Field and re-
cently they have been on good

Their inside-left Allehurch
is the equal of any in the country
But whereas Swansea have only
ne real star, Newcastle have four
r five, including inside-forward
Milburn, Robledo and Foulkes, all
nternationals

form



Centre of interest in the south
will be Arsenal’s away match with



Third Divis Leyton Orient.
Sritish § nen like nothing
better than seeing the underdog

triumph and this “David and Go-
liath” clash has captured the im-
agination of all soccer fans.

In beating Second Division op-
ponents, Birmingham and Ever-
ton away from home Orient have
played remarkably good football.




And they aim to do the same
against Arsenal, They have two
good goal-getters in Pacey and
Harris but Manager Stock has

been faced with the difficult prob-
lem of deciding whether or not
to drop Harris in place of Interna-
tienal Rees. Harris only came in-
to the side when Rees was injured
but played well getting the first
goal against Everton and the win-
ner at Birmingham.

Arsenal do not consider this an
easy game by any meang but their
all-round strength should pull
them through. -Outside-left Roper,
in new goal-scoring form, may be
their match-winner.

Another club hoping to do a
“giant-killing” act is ‘Southend,
who entertain Sheffield United,
Southend by the way are cap-
tained by McAlinden who was in
Portsmouth’s 1939 cup-winning
XI.

The Third Division side are ex-
tremely difficult to beat at Grain-
ger Road Stadium where they have
lost only one game this season,
For thig reason much will depend
on Jimmy Hagan, Sheffield’s inter-
national inside-left and captain.
Hagan has the ability to tear holes
in the Southend defence which
has conceded but nine goals in
thirteen home games, If he is in
form Sheffield should reach round
six.

ine only ail First Division Gash
8 4b dubs aivUr Wiiele Duriucy
meet Liverpool, AS Puiu Ciuvo pur
the accent On Geleuce Gue Bou
May be enougn LO ueciue Wie issue

rviwinouws are fail
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Scoular, Froggatt and Dickinson,

In the thira round of We scot-
usn Cup tortune has smiled on
the big clubs. ‘ahere are nine Di-
vision “A” sides engaged and in
omy two instances do they ciasn.
Airdrieonians play Morton and
queen of the South entertain
Hearts,

Consolation for the smaller
clubs is in the venues, Dumbarton,
Duntermiine, Arbroath, Dundee
United and*Albion Rovers are all
at home,

Berwick Rangers, the only
league to survive the
rounds, have to travel
Park to Play Division “A” club
Dundee United. Following Ber-
wick’s convincing 4-l wictory over
Alloa, in their 2nd round replay,
they: will not lack confidence but
the wiles of Billy Steel and Co.
should preve too much for them.

Of the more fancied teams,
Hearts appear to have the most
formidable task, They travel to
Dumfries to play Queen of the
South for whom International
centre-forward Billy Houliston is

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For 5th Round Cup Tie

(From Our Owh Correspondent)

LONDON.

Trainers have spent a busy but
not altogether successful week
trying to get injured players
ready fdr Saturday’s fifth round
cup ties.

Despite the best efforts of
Arsenal trainer Billy Milne, Scot-
tish International Alex Forbes

will miss the tie with Leyton. His
injured knee is still painful and
a last minute choice will be
made from the reserve half backs

Shaw and Bowen.

Leyton Orient’s Manager Alec
Stock has had his big problem
solved for shim. Welsh Inter-

national and Captain Billy Rees
although fit, has asked to be
included in the reserve side. This

means Leyton make no ghange
with reserve Harris who scored
the winner at Birmingham, con-

tinuing at centre forward

West Bromwich Albion
solved their centre
problem. Konny Allen
top scorer with 25
is still suffering from
vision the result of a
training accident when the ball
hit him in his eye—and so the
attack will be led by 20-year-old
John Nicholls making his de..'*
in.senior football.

have
forward
their
goals
blurred

Last Minute Choice

Blackburn, who receive West
Bromwich, are waiting until the
last minute before making their
centre forward selection, There
are hopes that Eddy Quigley who
has been injured for the last six
weeks may be fit but if he fails
to pass the last minute test
Amateur International Bill
Holmes will play.

Liverpool also have to make a
change for their away tie with
Burnley, Centre half and Captain
Phil Taylor is unfit and Joe
Cadden the Scot who was
signed by Liverpool from Brook-
lyn Wanderers on their American
tour three years ago deputises,

Cup holders Newcastie had a
shock last night when left-winger
Mitchell reported he had back

» pains but he will definitely play

against Swansea.

Sheffield United who visit
Southend, one of the three
remaining First Division clubs,

will be without goal keeper, Bur-





in top form. The “Queens” hav
won Weir last seven Home Bame
and when they met Hearts in a
jeague game at ‘Tynecasiie euriie:
In the s@ason they only lost
the odd goal of seven,

Cup-holders Motherwell, w!
have not been impressive th
season, will find Dumfermliie
difficult to beat on their own
ground and may have to be cor -
tent with a draw.

Rangers, following their ea
second round tie with Elgin shou!
not be extended in their awa;
game with Arbroath,

Failing any upsets in this roun
the next will be a battle of th«
giants.

With all the cup matches in pro-
gress, there is only a limited
league programme on both sides
of the border. Games which hav
a diréct bearing on champion-
snips are the Lincoln City-Tran
mere clash (Third North) and the
East Fife-Hibernian meeting
(Scottish Division “A”. Both Lin-
celn and Hibernian are striding
ahead in their respective leagues
and victory will consolidate their
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Young, a twenty-year-old pro-
duct of Scottish junior football.
In goal for Southend wili be Geoff
Morton, signed a fortnight ago
from Watford. He is eligible to
play by just one hour.

Portsmouth, at home to Don-
easter bring in Mundy for Reid
who is injured at inside right.
Their attack is led by Henderson
who is being closely watched by
Scottish selectors.

Goalkeeper Unfit

In the Scottish third round ties
Albion Rovers who play third
Lanark have goalkeeper Archie
McFeat unfit. Reserve John Cock-
burn deputises. In the Mother-
well-Dunferline clash, Cox the
former Hearts player comes in at
right half for Motherwell in
place of McLeod. On the Dum-
fermline right wing will be
Willie Walters playing against his
former colleagues.

Glasgow Rangers still have to

name a deputy for inside left,
Findlay who broke his leg last
Saturday



U.S. Table Tennis
Star To Bid For
Our Title

Sharon Koehnke, rising star
of U.S. table tennis, has accepted
the invitation to compete in the
English table tennis champion-
ships at Wembley (March 25—
29)

This 17-year-old holder of the
U.S, junior title will give the
occasion—the silver jubilee meet-
ing of the E.T.T.A—an_ extra
fillip. She will apply glamour to

Wembley as did her fellow
American Beverly Baker to last
year’s Wimbledon lawn tennis
championships.

Miss Koehnke’s skill at table
tennis matches her looks. In the
recent U.S. international trials
she was placed second to the
American No, 1, Miss Leah Neu-
berger. In addition to her national
junior tithe she holds the junior
championship of Canada. She is
also a fine swimmer and tennis
player.

Chis year’s championships pro-
vide a great opportunity for
juniors, Our brightest hopes
among the younger players rest
with Bryan Merrett (Glos.) at 16
our youngest post-war inter-
navional, Philomena Heppell
(Northumberland) Doreen
Spooner (Middlesex) and Jill
Rook (Surrey).

Merrett’s best performance this
season was reaching the semi-
final of the Metropolitan tourna-
ment in which he was beaten by
the back-to-form Bergmann.

—L.E.S.

MOTOR VESSELS
BRING FRUIT

More fresh fruit arrived in the
colony yesterday by the M.V.
Daerwood and the M.V. Cacique
Del Caribe. Among her cargo the
Daerwood brought twenty-four
erates of fresh fruit and 99 bags
of copra. The Cacique Del Caribe
also brought twenty-three crates
of fresh fruit.

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Mexican Company said, that
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drug Cortisone will be produced
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Buxton

By GEORGE WHITING

George Angelo, middle-weight
champion of South Africa, has
offered to deputise for Alex Bux-
ton—who injured an eye against
Randolph Turpin this week—
against Ron Crookes (Sheffield)
at Nottingham on February 25.

He has also been matched with
Jimmy Davis (Bethnal Green)
over 10 rounds at list. 91. at the
Seymour Hall, Marylebone, on
March 6,

Three months ago Angelo out-
pointed the coloured American
middle-weight, Burl Charity, and
it seemed at one period that that
performance would have been
rewarded by a fight with Turpin.

Since then, however, Angelo
has put himself under new man-
agement, seen a proposed trip to
New York misfire and become the
object of back stage boxing pol-
ities,

The South African champion is
a stylist in a tradition now rapidly
fading and his return to action
is most welcome.

Davis, too, is cast in the “old-
fashioned” mould that gave us
boxing craftsmen — as distinct
from the mass-produced crash-
bashers so often seen to-day.

Canada Beat



Sweden 3—2 |

OSLO, Feb. 22.
_ Canada broke through the fight-
ing Swedish defense with only
twenty seconds left to play Fri-
day night and slammed in ihe
goal that gave them a three to
two victory.—U.P.

DRAW MATCH
CARLTON, Y.M,C.A.

Carlton and Y.M.C.A. played to

goalless draw at Black Rock
yesterday afternoon in their Third
Division Football match, At Pick-
wick, Foundation Old Boys de-
feated Pickwick Rovers one nil,
Notre Dame beat the Barbados
Regiment by two goals to one
and Rangers defeated Wanderers
twoe-nil,

At Combermere, Combermere
Old Boys played a good game
with Foundation whom they beat
to the tune of four-nil.



GERMANS WIN
OSLO, Feb. 22.
The German figure rk team
of Rio and Paul Falk on Friday
night won the Olympic Paris fig-
ure skating championship with a
point average of 11.356.—U.P.

MIXED CARGO ARRIVES

The s.s. Aleoa Planter arrived
from Montreal via St. Lucia with
a eargo which included 3,400 bags
of our, 540 bags of corn meal, 90
bales of pickled pork, 838 bags of
poultry feed, 1,150 bags of oats
and 2,000 bags of linseed oil.





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SMALL BORE RIFLE
CLUB REPORT

The Annual General Meetine
of The Small Bore Rifie Club was
held om Wednesday, February
20th, 1952, and after the Minutes
of the previous meeting was read
and confirmed, the Chairman Mr
T. A. L, Roberts requested the
Club Captain Mr. A. S. Warren to
read the report for the past year

During the year a new system
of Range officers to smperintend
shoots was _ introduced which
greatly relieved the burden of
work on the secretary and asked
that members would co-operate
as much as possible in doing their
teur of duty. .

Spoon shoots were introduced
and the winning members were
Major A. S. Warren and Major
J. E. Griffith. However, we are
glad to state that the supply cf
Spoons have been received ani
that spoon shoots will be held re-
gularly in the next year.

The ‘annual competition was
held September 22nd to September
29th, 1951. There were six events
for members of the Club: one each
for the B’dos Regiment and one
for the B'’dos Cadet Corp. It was
a very successful meeting and we
Wad to congratulate Mr. M. R.
DeVerteuil for making the highest
score in the grand aggregate and
thereby winning the Connell
Challenge Cup.

The Club had entered and took

rt in the Overseas Colonial

all Bore match but up to the
present results have not been re-
ceived.

During the recess of shooting,
lighting equipment has _ been
made more permanent with the
result that members will not have ,

the trouble of erecting these lights | ;

before shooting. It was recom-
mended that one more rifle be
purchased by the Club.

Attendance has not been up to
the usual standard, but it is hoped }
that with the new lighting system |
it will improve,

The treasurer’s report was en
read and adopted, The Chairman
stated that there was an unusual)
large amount of arrears outstand-
ing, but this was in some measure
due to the difficulty that the mem-
bers had experienced as_ the
treasurer did not have an office in
town. Arrangements have been
made that subscriptions will. be
received by the range officer at
practice or by Mr. T. A. L. Rob-
erts at Roberts & Co.

The following. officers

BOYS’ CLUB MATCH
DRAWN

Boys’ Club = and
Speightstown Boys’ Club played
to a 1—1 draw in a football match
at the Belleplaine Playing Field
yesterday afternoon,

: Both Rides scored in the first
half of play and after half time
the Belleplaine Boys’ Club never
took the opportunities they had
for scoring.

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The Chairman reminded mem-
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start on February 23rd and con-
tinue regularly every second and
fourth Saturday as well as every
Wednesday night.

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Films for Children at Brit-
ish Council — 9.00 a.m.

Police Courts — 10 a.m.

Meeting of Housing Board
—10 a.m.

Meeting Committee
R.S.P.C.A. British Coun-
cil — 12 noon

— 1.30 p.m.
Girl Guides’ Concert at St.
Michael’s Girls’ School

—4.30 p.m.

Netball — Queen’s College
vs. Olympia at Queen’s
College — 4,45

Golf—Beer

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Country Club

Foo — Kensington—
Spartan vs. Notre Dame
—5 p.m.

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Andrew’s Boys’ Club
Dance—9 p.m.

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noon

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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE BATUtBAY, rhBKL ABYSS. US2 H ON H A CUKE C.BE. returned from Trinidad yterday morning by PWI.A Ht had be*n itterding ft nv the Board of Directors of ii W V nf which he Ii .1 m*" General Supervisor M R. HEINZ \ HEINRh I! General Supvi visor TC A. St. John*. N.B.. arrived from Bermuda yesterday morning In T^A Hf l> hara on %  flve-djv visit En route To Carnival C APT. and Mr*, Bat. arrived from Berm_ I terday by T.C.A.. to sprnd two days here before goinK dad for Carnival. Capt. Bo*rfcl a TC.A pOM raaldacrl da and vaplain* mo 1 f Iht tJC-A nights which cull thr bados. Capt. and Mrs. % % % %  I gu*-ts of Mr. Hal Baxter. I ( \ .Resident Manager and Mr*. Baxter during then Barbados. President And Vice President A MONG the passer. i< 1 Ing in Barbados >• morning on the louri-t liner SielU I'oUr v and Mm. Cyril Keeti> ajftaB arc making the 38-day ciuisa on the vessel back to New Orleans They are President and Vtta* Presidcr: | Romary Art Gallery In Baltimore. QcUiib galling SAW Nimiu 152 Spring Term 1052 SMALL brochure entitled "London Peogramma fat in the Reading room of the Women, it's says a woman your world ring 1 iel(f 1 SHE TOURS WORLD TO TELL THEM SO *"Women. says Mrs. Houghton, Bee longer than man. th-jpare aaare of them; they spend HS per cent of the national htasm and suggest what men should aa ith the other 15 per cent. British Council, "Wakefleld'. give* an interesting picture of the British Council* work In giving Ore* seas Students a broader view % %  : English life and Institutions. There arc 7-day Survey of Local Government and Criminal Justice, week-end courses at Oxford k Cambridge. Coventry (Reconstruction of a war damage-: City) and In Surrey (life in an English Village) Studs visit (with guides) Include The Royal heard. SS? Museums and*Art CiIll£iY Fift > r B v,n y '" old M Sh hM nUdf * ver 1 ,r 'P* ' ">>. "' clothing expenses and the Times Newspaper offices ano Houghton has no heaitaUon in London. She spent a week Ibera #0 forth are worked out. And he the Battersea Power Station 'naking her own heard. She works in September 1950. attend ing has a proportion of whst la left visits are also arranged to lh n her pet theme 16 hour a dav women's gatherings. tMfllably, Fifteen per cent? Or more? theatre lo see same of the outEvery week finds her In some new she met Lady Aster, for who No comment. standing plays of the season corner of the USA. Often she not-* views she has high regard. —L.E.S. From rKKIlF.KICK COOK Her Husband'* Cash NEW YORK What about MR. Huughlv), %  MRS HIRAM COLE HOUGHTON. president of AmciD make it so she says, is to realuurging them, getting them to cor u,\ h*aaaj a ,*orl ol partner"h e fact And make their MaM along with her on her one-wom::ti ship about money." she explained, crusade. 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Mr Keene said thM B u —i n s Hobday or. baard list ,+*• taey are they had a rough time for BBS *se*a raters* aaafca> caUad here •***. first part of the Journey Coming >e-% across the Gulf of M i NI in the pnausai .. ran into %  -quail which !" ke-' :v -< the ship They pnat ii use ship to such sn extent that PJnsenus and aausar pr t s rr aaaaa.ii as __ •enner, who were takins kM '• %  d •* as a ship's news baJapQsi r s A ; thrown Into their ':>tw The bulMw isp wb h ahid sa J" !" : Swedish and English Whan he y be-in. everything was quite T-W> returns le Ssean he srifl reg*"y*. ^ '"uFcSSZ** u b ^ -* Ssvs*. s D the newspaper bust U.S. Author In Antifua ,,x >"**• *** *• bora Arriviiii T, MR W H %  Club are Col Fiank Van Wyck li^SJ *.** %  Arm of V H Wa'Juns ft Paraex*. -ered Architect ? ta jETi! „ kBrraary tsag. aaxTashaa toa> SSMSCSI mm mal arain and the res? .' Journey was very pie| I H OLIDAYING bungalow luxurtou %  i OsM aj Mill Ret SB Asaang OH fT5 — It Fe)t h I tf VA> 11:1 I I -I nma r tu," *i Pnnfh udto Knart *: J IU| i. :i Sh*4ew. M IM i u if>W.>M.: —IMI ~U.lt t!i-- la n. thtnf inT: f rUl M hht-Sn*d and aata ra-Iaa*aa a —mp feabaia. Ta ar .1 aaJiaaj la ia> kr*aa .ita tW K %  % % %  • ...-..-.. | %  ...„ Haw fan -aa aala artahiaar laal if •.r.. i : OL TW m In •Max-fa • % %  %  • %  • %  *• — tka taaMataal u. atti Utrltts Lilr — B.B.G. Radio Programme I, j | fcaj-pji, Xaaar ""1 "aeaaK• kaew asftssw ths %  'w', sag, taan. Mason and Mrs Mason of GunHUL Kidrrwood. Md interpreter in the US. Army during World War I, Crolx de Guerre, Legion of Honour, also a Fellow Ameiican Geographiral Society. i Bank teuldiog Flyinf Visit Army and Naw. London. Dcvo %  hire. flg of the Barclay %  Mr Watkins will be Mr. and Mrs. Watkins and Mr. %  nd Mrs Reekie have recently He a nwmber of the followvisited Jamaica and Puerto Rico in ing Clubs. New York. Harvard, connection with projects in both /"*APT V WOLPSON I Hacquet and Tennis, Washington, islands. V.,;..) Manager W H Watkins ft Partners headSubsidiartes and Dei>ut> Ch-irmftn lers are London and Bristol. id i f K many best seller mystery noveU Jamaica >wmaj Me arrtee-3 in the morn, (Colonel North is his Sherlock "Spar. -he Windl^f, '^ rntd lh Um • %  Holmes) and many best seller sot Hotel n,n historical novels including his Litijtitm* o.* %  %  i* K ,H ..I*. es, -cutla^ Empire.duNto^v of Toronto Physician EFl£ Morgan the Pirate OOVCCISBV of |-VH and Mi (i .. las tehee officials iaaaaaag l-# of Toionto — The Masons were luncheon £ a r ?" da ye:erday morning by guests of Hi* Excellency jn d Mr. T^" Io ipe £ d ^ "2 holiday in Barhs It locked down. There. \ \ ssaa* at* tbe brook, was a tiB he had fallen into taM mU< ivaaa, along, alrerdy into a deep pool a few •Aad at tftat snooient." BsU M "the sea*bubble knew thai ceaM he asefal to son. dawn ftlasoat to the top of • t:r. and then it bour.dol aa ':* :•. *.ft the ant clingirB |fl i: \ sac %  T- a-: :-. r-.ivv. It v.*aj| 'uftk I: - tKibhk could do to reach th%  aaft. And then, just as it touched -e vs grass on the other side and the a-d knew that they gare aaaey to ant greeead safely aff, the bubble the tees. It leaked at the tree* ard wrsf kaea that I'-ey gs.ee frarta aad aa;* • Ok-escUime.1 Kna.-f and Hsmd •sal real ahecV aad evea let theeam pity. •eliM re eJ for firewood ehea "N u ," said "dr. Punch; 'there waa thee --ere i-r^reed down. And the %  nothing to be sorry about. As liie hasshle giass thai spread rrrMibble burst, it made a tiny silvery where wa< the asset useful thing ef 'hout. no louder than the echo of a all. foi : gs-e food ra th# eow art whispsr Only the ant could hear it. sheer ad' %  ftsadi hidmeg* h aa-* a hout of sparkling, -urplser. fi rll I-asaal rr.-atur shining jo>. The bubble was happy who had n i n ••• .-.>. it liit %  Easy, SaysTaft THE HtMAN TRAIN. Senator Robert Taft. roars Into Spokane, Washington State, and tells a cheering audience: "It is Just as et*y to get Socialism by increased taxes as it is by the Government taking over industry after industry, as in Britain." AND writing of Taft, seasoned poUtteal columnist Marquis Child* % ays: "Before Republicans meet in Chicago in July, the record is likely to show that no man ever travelled so many thousands of miles, shook so many hands, spoke personally to so many people. campaigned so hard in every way for the presidential nomination of a party." Although a terribly gruelling business, "the determined candidate from Ohio seems to bo thoroughly at ease and even rather enjoying the whole business" R0 0DAL THEAT RES FUNERAL OF H.AA. KING GEORGE VI. You m^y not have been amonc the mournfal erawda that thronced the slrecla lo pa> laal tribute lo a beloved Kbit. Bui Keodal Theatres has secured the drat picture-, of tbe majestic ceremonies lo give you yoor rhance. fee the £ -mile loni Cortege from SaUMtrlnihaan Houae lo the Station.—the thousands who lined the 3-mile route U KeaUnlnster Hall—all trapped In a solemn silence that bore ilnrs, lo lh.Mr dcv.drd t\r OI't.NINt' %  1'riday 22nd and continuing at all shows al the l : IKI and the ROXY Also KOYAL: Night shows only: WATCH FOR FURTHER MVVSREELS EMPIRE TO-DAY. 4.15 A SO and f ontlnubig DAILY THEY ALL LIVED OUTSIDE THE LAW ...and so did the "Parrot -his trademark was... sii shots fired so rapidly they echo as oie! Blaekburnc men: H BY THE WAY-By Be.chco.ber Back North HIM back at the moment whi one of the horse's feet : zebra crossing the studs of whici XJOT long ago t suppuited the by marking certain chosen books ar P ,M *** lh wrong colour H. i^i o.mi.laints .f librarians ,'. !" E;s?"ij p, 2ti„r ? /••" '* %  • /ooi M R JOHN M. SHARPE, Prea.drnl of Elclric Equipment '"' %  and word". rlni lvr. Co., Ltd Saskatoon Saskatchcw and Mrs. Shaipe left yesterday by T.C.A. after spendiiv part lay months In Barbadr staying at the Paradise Beach flub '"" fourth visit to tin Another departure yesterdav I.\ san*aj amea h, Mrs. Ray t'Hiru.1 hnei Stella I'elarla. He • -ii Toronto. '' " %  Another Bim •> Is in (ha steel bualnt tsburgh. Pi '-pHE headline Boy Files He CROSSWORD / -^ 't %  1 1 4 hr~ 1 %  %  %  ..< %  k I Windsor. Ontario, Mr. against their eustomers. Wishing marmalade, Bonto exaggerate I denounced thusc well-chosen readers who use kippers and eggs and bacon as bookmarks and for,V 0 nrrHmimiry anarrinr X induced me to ring up the gel to withdraw them when repreliminary iparnng only Japaneie fly sexw x know mining Hie books. A smartly dressed Enolish. w '* 11 Plough to bother. I suggested %  1 read mat kipper^ an i icoman stepped /ro>n the train at Jhnt these must be girl lliea. as baron have been found in bonKs Milan, and u-ithout a word flapped '"" ooyt are still asleep behind %  1 .i KoMi-ring library. As %  "" %  ihio rd "" stationmoster, and pictures. He siid that the headv,| on {>••' leader of literary fashions I B m h" porter line referred to King Feisal of Iraq ratified to have started yet an(News item.) wn h ' W X ' Harrow, We both other. Meanwhile. I shall t*e uroud *T imp-anieit: to. eoilon HI is Our of s pan of craiia* ,(i I.I(cpip Bflrt rsL (HI so rum up is* 37 Ii. Vie aot lid nuV*l. Itl ia Uaamoiorca. iti It.mn .. feans <•! Olirn CovrnrO altB 11 It) i Bui Lent UM one use IDU IS) 4 l'He unarr ol nretntn ISI b ssagnitua-> isi >i ll>>* out >UMd( %  n*n it IJ-. I. Hradsaai. IOI D aadvea isi 1U Uarta ana trip Hag (SI IS rtie eer? oast. (6) 10 il' I IB Wttj ifae %  SO U Ouwri l.—Ti i iir 'all One Di enicn oei# reium (Si H '"' M%  '! •JJ siIts film parrot. (SI r wily, tay lord 1 |SI S . EsS^Sfi I . -, Mulona Anil •> Sleol t. Itar loT'o^; (plains that It wa a protest against •*'>* of his triplets." the cold reception given to her ) Receptions In future will probably be even colder. hive p|MUS nl 8 p.m. for 1 Hit IHT and Itimvillfl • Every Night (Except Sunday) -1— i. Pi-Jl H SlOWtt Not SulUble for ChUdren. CXTRA :—NEWS REEL SHOWING HMKtl OF THE LATE KING. I NOW l\ STOCK ... I.AlllKS JKItSKY NKillT DRKSSKS. Pink & White, front S4.ll lo 15.64 I \IIIS (II1NKSK PKTTICOATS. Pink & White, Irom S1.K1 to $4.88 II, wi',, S ,.. % % % %  lrom 105 ' '* t Mil I.KKVS COTTON PAMIRS Iron. Sc. to 78c. ALSO PASTORKUJB KNITTING WOOL 3-PLV Blue. Pink, Old Rov liOI.I> (R) ja^ M I II .UK KNITTINC. WOOL. Green & Yellow 33c. ot. LADIES GENUINE I I Mill It AND PLASTIC HANDBAGS ALL AT KKDI'CKD PRICKS T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4220 rOdR SHOE STORES yO'*'*''*'V.*.'.'.'***-^-V-'-V**.'.'.V^--^.'.*.'*-.',GLOBI TO-DAY 5 £ 130 P.M. TO-MORROW S.30 P.M Twentieth Century Fox ti "MEET ME chnlcolour MUSICAL — AFTER THE SHOW" Betty GHABI.r Mac Donald CAREY Eddie ALHEliT Ron t'Al.HOUHN MONDAY and Tl'F.SDAY. 4 4.', t. S.3 ROAD HOUSE" (RICHARD W1UMAHK AND "CAUSE FOR ALARM" LQRBTTA YOUNG) OPENING WEDNESDAY Feb. S7Ui 1 & S.3S "THE MAN WTTII A CLOAK" Joseph COTTEN — Barbara STANWYt K >ea,e HOV1 TO-DAY 4.45 al g.lS and continuing Dally ITS CLOSER THM YOU THINK! Know how It fells to fly to the Moon! CUM IY TECHNICOLOR rrifccedhTGfOBGf PAl aWKtst by IRVING PICHEL Extra : NEWNREEL Sho uif FUNERAL OF THE LATE KIM. I eefh Loose iums Bleed Blrcdina; m BCn aj gaagaj Q. ,,-m ,NFI DORADO MinKTTE TON1T1 •ON AN/* TOWN iN**> rtiurl-. STARSTT h MSN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN Sn,,, t nl ,,N,CIT THS ASK AN* ASWINI1 iu> TVHoo*Mr tSaUhota DIAL 5l7t Do*.. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23. 11152 PRICE FIVE CENTS N.A.T.O. EXPERTS MAKE BIG DEMANDS Ike Will Arbitrate Dispute Over Command LISBON. Feb. 22. It was learned that military Urgcls adopted bv NATO call lor 50 divisions and more than 3.500 war-planes bv th..' • ncl of this year These goals wore set bv nnanciaf and military experts after having reconciled the capabilities of the NATO member nations with the needs of the miliurv leaders. Both (brunt will be published at the end of the NATO • Niittrencc here t the insistence uf U.S. representative. so lhat the American public will have a chance to see what Ihcir investment in Europe is worth. %  Ili ad llw-se are only ———— 'Stella Polaris' Calls With 167 Tourists pools (iml much depends on downs of other factors. Including how I | >>ngiess will appropriate tn Aid In the next Fiscal Year, which will be discussed next tnunUi in Washington. It was learned that Gen. Elsenhower will personally arbitrate the dispute over who will command Greek and Turkish land forces in order to soothe ruffled Italian feelings. Offended The Italians were very offended by the decision that the Grawt and Turkey's o odd divisions would be placed dlreott> under Admiral Robert B. Cam.). NATO Southern European r •, rather than under Italian Li. Gen. none. hi a deputy, in command of all I-Bo forcM in Im command. Italians came here determined not to agree to this thnngp of command winch was interpreted In Rome as a delib< rate slap at Italy. Since the (.reeks were the victims of Italian aggression in the last war and they wenequ.il!> adamant about refusing to serve under an Italian commander an impasse was reached. Now the Italian have withdrawn their objections on the >i:ider*tanding that Eisenhower %  ill work out a final compromise. NATO Defence and Finance Ministers reached "almost full on the com pile led problem ol "Infra .sWurlurc" -the 'lucstion of how much each country pays for the buildim; of Allied air. field ,md comnmnicatloiifc networks in Western Europe Argument Argument over thi' question ix-nan when the French. very short of money owmj to the heavy %  net of : war and internal inflation demanded, lha: the U.S. pay 60 per cent, of all costs with Flnt iin giving about IS per lent, and Frame ^li^litly Ivs. Tho Americans particularly Secretary of the Treasurv. John W. Snvder flatly refused. 11 is not vet known what is the total amount allotted for "Infra structure" nor what the percentages for each country will be. but the toUl is expected to be about S5oo.ooo.ooo with the U.S. providing 45 per cent. Earlier it wan learned that military targets adopted by NATO and military experts for the end of this rear ne | total of SO divisions and more than 3.500 tactical aerop,unM -Uf. The 2.800-ton tourist ship Stella folarja (.ringing her first batch of tourists to Barbados this year arrived in Carlisle Bay yesterday morning with 167 tourists. The I Stella Pelarto has already been on louri.'t cruises tn Barbados. The srfbW-w inflows of th" Broad Street stores presented a treat contrast compared with the dull appearance which they gave t the last lourUts who arrived here by the FRiprt.. of Svotlaml on tbe day after King George Vl's death, -ititl aa usual some of the BOUftfta did a lot nf shopping in Bridgetown for souvenirs. Many, however, preferred to go sight-seeing and visiting various %  nterestinit jnd historical places of the island Such places as the Museum. Codrington Col lee e. Cherry Tree Hill. Ilaokletotfa Cliff. Bathsheba. the Crane and Sam Lardi Castle were visited. The Rlella Polaris ran aecom. modate %  ' tnuriits and has a crew of 183 She left yesterday evening fur Martinique and will then be guing to Antigua. St. Thomas, C&ldad Trulillo, Jh0 Moslems suffered mild heart attack while en route here by air Wednesday from Pack i. P.iki*1an His staff physician attending /him at Government House in Calcutta, ordered complete rest. The Aga Khan's mOVla kUM Rita Hayworth'^ father-in-law. was accompanied by the Bejjum-1nsfourth wife a former French beauty—V.P. British and Hollywood film star David Niven accompanii-d by his Swedish born wife, arrived in Hurbndog yaoterdji) Mr. Nivi'n is lean left, ilightino irom the B.W.I.A. 'plan.Saawel] top right autoKraphin^ an alburn for a lady outside the airport's Terminal Buudiaa and bottom right, chackiii ihrou^h Ininiiyr.itmn at Saawvll iVil hit wife. Desperate Attempt To \voitl Collapse of Franc U> JAIK MllKMKIl. PAR! %  "Ttu BgtUi i the Franc" 1 by ,,-in nth-old gover nm at r c, agalrstt a li vgrlopit.fr, into its warned, in a Franc itrophic i on %  nt. industrial lite the fretu s from %  i %  The-e d ras ti c measures decided B several days ago. were put %  advert* ba lance i with %  hi January, th deficit of M in -de V p.U ExportImport clearinghouse. i ril >ed by tfflcials a.IMIISI and lemporao.' weiv part of a fullscale campaign aimed at stahiliiaUoo of the Fri tern and a return to con! %  lha franc 171 to the dollar and the price of gold is 808 %  gram Dm expert Imoui in %  :-OUld 111 no ihe desI'iiKhi of France %  %  %  %  Bahincc-of-Paymcnts deficit. Supervisor Of Visual Education France Purges Army uf the The Ndltoil ,,. into the Nationalist-held area of Kcngtung Stale, Burma and reported the buildup of Nationals forces under Chinese Moslem Qem Ma Chaw VI CHARGE FOR MEDICINE POSTPONED IXJNUON. Fob. 21The Conservative Uovcinmcii'. [potted Its decision to impose charges on dental b and medical prescriptions under the state-run National Health BerVlC*. it was learned here today A group >f Conservative member'* of Parliament opposed the charges at a private meeting ruesdar nlghl because they were unpopular In their coasUtuenctei Critics ol the plan were purlieu la rly opposed to maximum charges of fl for ment dental TRU0E NEGOTIATORS MAY SOLVE DEADLOCK PARIS, Feb. 31. re is taking quick eliminate the Communist Fifth from tin,II mv and ap allout purge of the .Hti ps is underway according to reliable source*. They said the i room was also through civilian i aviation and oihei vital Industrie. which In the raw of aimed co ltllet Would I-' ,lo.el. .1 % % %  •>• ll I with the nation's war easel Tho War Ministry itai b ming the lid down on C< some time ago. I not being O'lvertlsed bul th*) art etfaetl The man pereo n all) ble fi" 0 fl full m iVf cleanup U State Secretary for WinI'M ne Dr OhavtglM hirnclf a regular army officer. Sources said all doubtful cases get a thoiougli review before a i.'.ni.ei A *U*i>ectcM •1 1. ajsnri Wai Ministry whan ... ire 1 mtelly studied %  • •• tralnad staff. Tin' .any offlceis convicled uf ComMii* nist leaniiiK Unreliable^ are being i in the old PreaMl • %  ,1 quiel little %  .'(". in the i" tl'cic pooilmnt> to stir 1 trouble .md even there, their a' tivlly is watched aCO 1 —r.p. ieadtl David Niv<*n Arrives Here From T\ew York BRITISH and Hollywood mm st. 11 David Nlven K companied by hih ftwtduth born urtfg iljoniij, Qtnlwrfl arrivad in Barbadoa veabTdaj morninB ait.-i an %  11011-slop lliiilil Irom Naw VrK willed Wag broken onl> when thrv Bv0PPd .il Tut' 'bid <>\. MM I %  Thoy arc hgtC Pot thKC 1 Mgg' h"lnl.t\ Igytfl >\ Ihe St %  g coast as gu* j i I lin maud Ti* "Haron Bay". II %  u I ... iiiormng st tl airport with two flight-. %  afb ..in,, la eg u.i urn rtai ottsM tee fi lends off lli i. ..lie >\' i couple ol gusBgnph hunters on %  %  he ws! araiUi pUl into 1 L.iltdi „ lew ol Uv 'i, at bun Churchill Starts Dona tii m 11 liza tion PANMUNJOM. Kfli 21. and Communist Irucc niy.liat.i. United Nations 5.000 troops and one por United Nations negotiators were confident that the gap could be closed. But delegauons for the eighth straight day argued fruitlessly over UN JJ'* ll0n '• Russia as the sixth "'*"'"' nation to supervise the armistice. Communist Colonrl Pu San said UN reasons for rejecting Russia were, "absurd and unworthy of refutation U.N*. Colonel Darrow retorted thai the Allies refused to "enter into any discussion* of this matter. f entry apart New Proposals In an adjoining conferenci I he Communist* submitted new draft proposal on th change of prisoners. lent e*> They offered" to raise"" trie number of entry ports through which troops might be rotated from four to rive if the Allies would limit replacement to 30,000 per month Darrow countered with an offer to reduce the previous demand for seven entry ports to six if Reds would raise the ceiling on rotated troops to 35.000 He said : "I think you will find It a reasonable sotuUon to the two problems confronting us." Communist Colonel Chang San rejected the U.N. offer. -He said his proposal was "my final offer." However Darrow said all Chang % propositions are "final" —CJ. MAN FOUND DEAD IN POOL OF BLOOD The betfr el Sft-rar.old Clement Medford of BellepUlne. M Andrev., wae fexad lywg In DM ,| Mood on Hagl'tlt Sold. 81. MUr.M seer thr Agricultural station u.i,,,!.,.. about 3.3* .in A cow wma else giseevrred *!lve seme feel way from (he dead nun's bogr The body uv first found Or (tunRprnrer of 1 il.. St. Andrew, and later the Pellre and tloroner Mr. AW. Harper were nellliraV Chief Inaawctor Franklrn arrived on tbe scene aceeeapanleg b Dr. L S. I ippii who i.rned out a prrllmlnarv examination and ordered the body le be rrmovnl to thr. St Andrew Mortuary There was a gash ever the dead man's left eye. Mr. A. W. Harper. f"n r -n? r or Dhtrlrl "F". will hold an inqurM Into the rircum%  Sanees surroundlne the death of Medford on Toes dsr. rebrusrr U. L.N. Repulse Red Attack TOKYO. Feo 2J •. IUOH DatUtan sources said that a Commum>l Battalion attacked th,. Allied held island of Yang Do off Korea's East Coast above the 40lh parallel on Wednesda> but r U.N. company repulsed the acsault. The island is near Songjin, key North Korean coast city. Tho Communis s attempted to take tin Island after soiling out to U sampans M-ny of Ihe Reds were captured including the Battalion Commander The island IS believed to Ixgarrisoned by a company of South Korean Marines eommanded b r a US. Marine officer Allied fire was reported to have Mink sonv ol the sampans It was not reliably reported whether the Communists were North Korean* or Chinese -C.P. I .ON DON The ('ii..iiiii.ii oi Britaii nationalised iron and rteal indu uned in possible Iri) mova bj I'nme Minister WlTst ton Cluiiehill to return industry t<> free enterprise Steven J. I. Hardle. if Uif government operated industry for lltl than ,-i vear. sent his resignation Minister of Supply. Duw Siindv. Churchill*! wm-m-law i ,,.,,.. ,i Churchill toughl Mitarly again si ihe Labaui Parly' nai %  %  ion ol iron and *"**! %  He pledic-i Ihe industr> loft nershlp If he • resiKn'.%  %  first move in Then I lerril itfla ahe i before Churchill succeeds in rethe mil prival I Cli %  Hi Iwrhen and if it get* bock mdustr> back to publfc -..i tliat reason the Conis faeei' v th a dtfl investors would hesitate \-< <^ ; IUI n >-'e*i -itii (he threat hanging over Ihem that Hid h^ve to give up then holdings again at an an*e*jnoml ,i ,,,,,, tl i Socialist* .-ome back —1 -* (jotonalion Likely In August I .ON DON F* DaU] i *ni. i in .i BIU hold Ins coronutton in lab or early Septembci. T *.,i,\ that the Wi rl D %  an makinj ai < of hou long it would inraquln Ui prep-1. 1 M.l. t. on,oil. tunenl ui %  oun Official Kail Marshal th %  | .il b tollowi i ri' ostuTU i nut lo lha 'in ri HI : %  ide againil it. am|ha l pntnunmi • it. oi dep n with effect from tt %  i %  N ka>. Uong I leik. A. I OtnOI .i' Dl ..itioiiit ulio left Ihe Colony on t.tiii January iw5i, t„ un4argo %  L : u, u in Si Ittat il Methods in' iii.'.uuuv i • I .... llesesrch <>t of the W< i India in Jamaica Itai I ••ill >> iiitiitiii., ...• i i toiu \lt Wllkie urll %  ni the Account en) whet ( .'dish Thl III I .:-'! I. Bl| All..' ;^ii>iiion KI Isxfl 'lie Colony on Hi. lltl ii i the pul %  . iitling oi %  %  Appeal .n hut %  %  .( %  Honourable < • I. i %  • %  i %  .'i < 'n.-f Ji.in con i duties ( %  ppo I p Aodito been asaai 'f %  V %  cotncldcnce David Nlvan aud Patrick Ell.un. usual ut the IB foot yaelit "Bopranino" wblcb croied the AUanUc In Og'/t day* went to the same -chool glowt Hrliool in BuckiiigHsiuiiirfl Hopuiuiui' and bar crew of two air -till io Barbados. it sraj .1 sesM n aalal tgd arnan Bing Crostq and loi | %  tut occasion tveral res A Legkl Shourr ThNlven 10 50 •/ays 'pin i CENTENARY POSTAGE STAMPS The stamp* orate thr Iseue of the lirsl postage st.-mp In Barbados Will be lsuel j* planned on April 15lh 1932. rven though, they bear the portrait of the late Sovereign King George VI. Work on the stamps waa too far advanced for thrm le he canrelied when the Kins died. They will be withdrawn aller six monlhKWI All M fiom Trinidad torn he I : Sea well on neheduh i lock A Ughl %  ham > %  -in held %  It to the rermlrral Building of tin %  Niven, remaining behind to ml %  i ',i' r < afei Kn. %  i| n .'.I'II i). i,io' kK reassured that II %  i %  On Pair -i | ably be in enrly It iv iMflieved howevui lh.il tli Queen is .mxioiis to get on wu % %  i'i ba i I Mot...Ii |ni 200 yean. •-stimated liml lion this yeai would ti DOO.Mrj syorth \y tmi %  %  %  %  period <'f Co %  wealth 11 Then the om %  I f %  %  II. <' A i. ri Audi* oaicei "" i as An. in \ | i mi, M if Archer, Long Oi ide Clerk %  ui %  i ifn> % % %  i i % %  Miowlng ,.iM>oi'niiicnis b ihe am vn a have bet i m Kh i ii Riloy, Police I ... ba St. %  rd 4 Clerl I %  IBM I | I • Uun.. ,.t ,i iiotpituj |q %  %  %  ISftJ et On i\ifr S Nnl Permanent Solution %  i.t deval i not bnMon of %  ,i nco ,':!. %  : those condiii French %  >ing to i ; kruph y m|rf)rl of Ilentiiil foodstuffs and i % %  i iuts r.p. lAtbour Witts in ANTIC; i -A. rah U Lahoui %  .. e;,pturing all hi Ihi North reeled J %  %  %  posed wlndws ad i; I n. Os. borne; Southern Distrt %  deni of the Labour Unk n w i Mm.., md i C I. Wall Ml w bj his l il, I I .up .ii %  %  %  lency win %  dentlal 1i Q HI Dxi ellencs will leturu to Anlifu.i n Maud 4 i i mean South Africa Will Prodace Uxtaahati %  ii qn Minister of Mines. J. II VlHoea j idaj thai South Amoi will start producing in < ire He Wtd llM House of Assembly that tli(tru%  .,.%  ; i,, iti %  i and An.eri'.'in loans which will 1'l.iUIIIO. V. ill I' I'r Queen Told ^SlayOulOl Politics" n.ii> HeraM %  %  %  PrUwi i i |e ol lentil i lievan. Mloa Lie railed ham Palace *ul of dab dentallj The up %  %  rrfbusM but that Ihi Dell) n i W I %  %  May Soon Reach Agreement CANHRHKA. Feb. 22. I Casey san Poreign M Casey told the H • fain statement that n agreement agaii I %  said it was unwise to be certain'that Austral aboert it .d.plomatlc is strengthen Mfxeeatrtatloi lalreswi ,rrange-l for new Austi .1.IlUn legations at Saigon and Kim1 la's vie loon an




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PAGF EIGHT I1AKIIAIXIS AOVOC ATE SATURDAY. FEBRUARY S3, 132 • Wood. Manning \\ in Infixed Doubles At ll.lUvilh' Tin: %  Char:, B). The ma* mlnuti 6—2; —1 i I\I CHAMI'IO.V* %  1 i Club presented the cups lo the various %  . IUI of winnen '.: %  .-met in C <", Manning. %  %  • iDOH. FW>. %  D. Wo-Manning compMitioni haw Soccer Preview i>l NMn u: I —40. English Harbour Yacht Cruise Entrants Li$ted %  mom tcam> will I J %  %  them Uu i Ntmd tour goals again Villa and U rea pUM I%  %  %  •< %  %  fleet on U SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB REPORT Mar. POHT-0F-SPA1N, Feb. 15 Slit % %  .lvri>i:ti r Caribbean li...-cho-mer UoUlbMrtc ddrajered Mr. Desmond Nicholson, .. Mr John Wright renil) ii hawk Mill report dall Ins lo headquarters in Bui Hnrhour during Thr***%  i ' it % % %  Puerto Rico have entered fw r taw a i. I ii. %  the Motor Yacht Vi owned % %  %  << U Puerto Rico. According to prea*:. %  %  '%  i min cut plans, sinwill h... %  %  of %  even, including Mr, Third iiv. Ion Leyta I.nlph G. dor* 'f the Cluh Kauticti of Sun ,„ %  :. TUT. nvi: CHAMPIONS of the Belleville Lawn renal* Tournament which concluded ycaMrday. Taar are. left lo ilglit, Hlu M. King (Ladle1 Single*) Dr. C. O. Manmnf (Men** Doubleand ftiii.d Double*, Hlu D. Wood (Ladle-' Double* and Mixed DotibU*). Eric Taylor (Man'* Doubles), J D Trim uuitxlLiin lM'n> Single*). Trainers Prepare For 5 th Round Cup Tie Angela May Deputise for lluxton Tin' .. Tie on-utne yei dncsdn> I' COBIMll. Mr.J ConneM. Major Minutes A. S Warren (Chairman) y r of the pr. V \ I Kolterts .Club Cent ), Mr and confirmed, the Chairman Mi R. I Edghill tSccrrteryT Cap! T A L RoU'i-ts request! J It Jordan. Mr K S Yearw-xl %  tain Mr A S Warren lo Mr M G 1 r.ari the report for the past ycai The Chairman reminded mem•.., %  .: if Rant" *i' art >m February 23rd and conshoot* ai introduced which tu... every second Htd grcail.v relieved Ihe burden i i fourth Saturday u well *. rverv work on the secretary and aske,, Wednesday night. amuch M possible In doing ihcir trur 'if duty. and the winning members wn Major A S Wurrtn and Major J K. QiKBtta HOW S lad to stale that the supply • poons have been received sr.il that spoon -hoots will be held re%  ularl) In the next year Thi* annual competition wa> 'ember 22nd to S< 29th. 1951 There were for members of the Club one each for the U'dos Regiment and one tor the B'dos Cadet Corp, I. . a vcrv successful meeting and w Mad to congratulate Mr. M It DcVcrtcuil for niakin., th score in the grand aggr, thereby winning the Conneil %  Cup. The Club had entered and took part in the Overseas Colonial Small Bore match but up to the present results I %  been reDurtng the recess of s h o qM n C lighting: equipment has been made moi. ptnUMttt *tth the result that members will not have „,. „.,.,. ,,, H> (IBORUE MHIIIM. the trouble of creeling these lights in-. Otm Augelo, rnkkUe-weleht bttoee shooting. It wan recomBtt*) bin "SulSn deputy will I* Stuart *** \\*l ?u'chSt* • Young twenty-year-old proi* for Alex Buipu^ KSV^n up to who Injured an eye against At te %  %  "''" -a hut it U hoped HI lor I .uU,end.w,i, H G g 'Stttt**£Bl WHAT'S ON TODAY Film* for Children at gtriti-.ll (..until — 9.00 .i in Police Courts — 10 a.m. Meeting of Housing Beard — in a.aa MeelUig Cemmltlee RS.P.C.A Britlah CouneD — II swan Annual General Meeting K.rbado* Civil Service AsaeciaUen — l.M BJD. Girl <.mileConcert at HL Michael's GlrK' School I : %  i> in Nrtball — Queen's College vs. i>\\ mpi.i at Queen's College — li. pm Golf—Beer Mug Competition — Keckley Golf and Country Club Football — Kensington— Spartan vs. Notre Dame —ft ii I" Police Band plays for SL Andrrw'b Boys' Clab Dance— 9 p-tn. Sports Window Spartan meet NoVfDame in a First DiVtaaOD iixt_re at Kenjmgton ||m after. noon Both the*e clubs won titeu opening nature this s*asun Spaitah del. ited Carlton lavt &%  and Notre ban., ton during thewets It should be interesting to see whet i the**, team* will drop for this fixture The BAF.A. are appealing to football fans to bring the exact change to ; WEATHER REPORT YF.STERDAT Rainfall from Cedrtngton : ail T,it.l Rainfall for Month to yesterday: .07 In. Highest Temperature: 11 5 F Lowemt Temperature: 6S.5 F Vi mil Velocity : 10 miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m ) "' '< %  (3 i. in i 29.913 TO-DAY Mm us. .2 A.m. Sunset : 9.95 p m Moon : Last Quarter. I i I'll ightlng: 1.39 pan. High Tide: 2.17 a.m.. 2.04 p.m Low Tide: M It. s.m. 8.58 p m. signed a fintnight ,t In Juan antl i T. Pinen. The othj ,. lu5tl nas ca pt u red the nnAraani | ternatlonal Al.-x Malala". ownadirespectively by t ,^ 1mu sw„i %  man Fernande? and Mr. ... .....f... *,;.-, .^-wwh^b, B MUM %  %  '"'" %  '"'" holmn of agaln*l Arscn-I. They Itav.two r-vton Orirnfs MMMM AUV bo UIMICT HI .,,„) MB I Canada. an,l .'111 ,.,,,, .. Mrtg II, I ,l„.bic 1. ,1 Nollingham on '""jar. •" Th' treMurer. report was then Ho ha. aI.o beo.irnalch.-d will H" nd Xpted. Tho Chairman ,1 Groom read^ana imn. unu>ua i I• HI brtnl in Mundy for Roid over 10 round. ;,l I lat. lh. al tho !" '"' „,.,.,„, rreiri oullUndll taiured at ImUe right Seymour Hall. Marylobone. „n ""^^ h „ wa , n „,, meaiure 1 ""', %  '•' £ le.1 by Hendersoii March 6. dS t,, the tlimculty that the mem; ,sol> .U by ^^ monihs ^ ^^ om p t hnd PWr f cnml f;,..illtifu*r llnail pointed the coloured thoS'^PthirfS-d iii W£2&*2? l !i£ St< I InterAl, '| Rovt n %  ho play "il.irU il w*""* 1 Areldo perform.mce DM %  Ike. pei ... )'„: McFeat unfit Reserve John Co-Itrewarded l, four ar.i .. cm Of live. Mr. Harris ~-. %  ,, ,„.,.. ....Wendell Anderson of Octroil has Ijeeii faced with the difficult protapajUooal and C-tptain BtU) entered his yawl Escapade. i,ln ,,t deciding whether or no! {ilttinush tit. has asked to be The cruise will stan m Barb*.,...,, p R ,,, In place of Inter! kte This %  >"' 1 1P, " I *'' do* on February 29. Point* of all |in;i in,,n,,,, ,.,.,,, mainmeans Leyton nake no vahann -^ • i. -1 *... ^... en route include Grenada, tanm. ho r — cou and Bequla In the Ofna,,,,, played wel] .-nimT at Birmingham ennbo itlc 1 Willie Waiters playing against his The South African champion i> former colleagues. stylurt in a tradition now rapidly When the Beet ,.-aches EnalUh ^T=. Tl"" -ZZT^ZZZ r,u„„w Ban.er st.ll .hav, to ,,d.n and h„ return to neti, American Treasuror did not have an offlce .rtti „,d town. Airanjements have hoiTi Hint that made that subscript. u have been receded by 1 light with Turpm. fflf^LS. the MatherSll, <'' ">•" %  however. Angel,, 1 t>li Cox he h -,a put himsell under new mon,n,-s in at ..gement. seen a prorjjed trip to right half for Motherwell in New York mlshre and l>ccome Ihe lou P*wilved ti.u centri forward km Bonny Allen their range officer nl r. T. A. L. RobertVat Roberts at Co. The following ofllcers were BOYS' CLUB MATCH DRAWN ner at Blnnlnfnan AIMII-I -J not consider S to lf\I? a. !" • U "" u 1 .irengll. should pull; 1 ,u| JS gTeeiea oy II.AI.. nparrow en)h( ._, h „,. nh *„,-„i—_i., ( u-,,,.. ..... h with ii goals ering from It Saiurdav tu-ide left. leg last Lgaal Miuiile thn.ee U.S. Table Tiiinin Slur To Isiei For Our THk nTSSr^ Tho' 'rru,s,"Ti'iri^' : i '"''"' %  "".""• Ou U td. Hit llopcr, vlakal ,he three-dav nroaTamme of er.U-r"' ,lcw Soal^scoring form, may be training m-iident uh.-ii the ball hTm^r, nJf .VSet 1 H„ s %  „ v %  •' %  Ich-wlhtur, hit him in l,is cvo—on.l !i'" e" F ,",Xlf LUP^V If'^f, 20 ,l-iu| %  Killing" art i Btl Nuii, -II making his d. %  Til,Society was established in Who iileil.illi SI|,-II1,-I,I United. In senior football. 11*51 with III.ObJCCI of restoring Soulhend by the way are capthe historic naval dockyard in lamed by McAiuidcn who was In English Harbour and of linprovI^ilsin„utli's 193a cup-winiung maikbun, who rcccivr \\ I %  ln Its vlsltblg XI Uru „... ..-.„. until the yachts, sponsor or the cruise is The Thud Division side are oxlasl n line ihcr bliaron Kis.-htike. ns-ng sta, the Royal Cruising Club of the ueiuely dlllicult to but at Graincen ,e „f U.S. table tennis, has accepted United Kingdom. The cruise coing.r Road Stadium where they ,. Iv Qulnlcv wh„ Ihe n the eldes with an appeal for funds to IM „„, „„ g „,., Ma!on h as been injured for the last six English table ,-,, on th.worst Jl th,s..i.-...v f ., r lu -,,. „ ., „, u „ „j U1 k „..,, ,„. ,,-. bul if he tails hip al Wambles "„, r h !" i^5 L. "" u nJimn.j-llag.,n..Sheill.-ld-.. ii.tctpass Ihe last minute lee. JT voluntary donations. national Insldc-lcft and captain. Amatcin International Hill Thu 17-year-old laader of tho Appbeatlon. for joinuig the """"J a ''JJ^ 1 .„„',!..",„ .„"',,,1I 1 VS >"""" """ wl %  "• *J* cruise,are still being received by "-ejan h ^ abu1 '^' 0 J*'''"'''j 1 Ihe silver lubllee meetIhe BecreUn el Hat S-iety. '<" ..utntna dcl.nce WHICH „ „, lho E.TT.A.— an extra address U Oovemi lenl <> %  conceded bul nine goals ... '"-"Mf'^,"]" l ,.ll .iid CaptaS BHip She will apply glamour to Hotm Antbjua. B*J ?" rt ^lil! m ^* i '* "1 Phil Taylor U ^Sfl !" and ^Joe Wembley did her fellow .-.ncltleld should reach round r^Sleal the S.,.t who an Ainviicaii__ lt.-y.-rl. It..,k, i llcllopl.i.iie Hoys' Club and Spaifhtnown BoraClub played to a I—I draw in a football match 0 | d al Ihe Drlhvlainc Playing Ficl.l fashioned'mould that gave u. yesterday afternoon, boxing erafUmen a, distinct *•* ••"• %  ,c ? re ?„'".' n lb llaM ,,ashI'-H of |,l.v a'l'l.aL.rJialf W hashers 90 often -'m I Davis, too. Is cast in the (Janada 8mU Sweden 3 — 2 pportupltlci th'. hau 06LO. Feb. 22. Canada broke throunh the tight. pion !" '"* Swedish defense with only f March J6— * r > ,v seconds left to play Frimght and sUnunad In the I that K.< ) victory Cat*. DRAW MATCH CARLTON, Y.M.C.A. Ar<'h -.iii at table looks. In the I' S inlei national Dials ._ back she was placed second to the pains bul he will Uolinilcly plaj American No. I. Miss Lath \. u i herder In aihlitinn to Jier national Shefliokl Unite.! who visii Junior tille ;he hoUl ihe junior d o> Soulheiiii. one of the Uue-'h.m pioilshlp of Canada. She is Y>. • in vision club ..,,,, .Mil InWithout no.il ke.( iei BurPlayer. I his year*! %  Teat opportunit. fjuniors Our brightest hopeamong the youagCI players rest %  .....ii . ftwv'i. ii in.a-iiiaiioii.it i-l |h,,i.l., I %  al. ,.s lit HI Ins usu.il uu • .it top torn*, the "Qua* pgaCM 111 Under the guidance of the governing body. the Grand National Arvher\ Society, with le I'.ii". art now h,i160 ,i. lluUeidon area alone only hM prWMDU meet of whkh ware In aaaalanca arlken % %  moui the war ended. met 11 %  There ..n-t.il -! ..h'l> inoie |p imlu.i.. i BCOlU'jjjue game jt Ljmecs men than aro inuieo on m taj onij loai < the women are ii>"Uy catching mc big eiuu*. ... aid an official .if the jMi'ent up-lumiers Moineiv.i "^RI/ l^ri.tlo., d.rb orw-i. -J % %  shoukl lie worn wS ufnTl's '"""" m """ "'" waaT ilidto^tou a^V iS i l l "' n "' u ' : '"'" "* beal 0 "" 1?A anTwh.le *£*."* W* " > %  %  • to H "To wo makes :. Lonsolutlon toi the mtallei tent with a draw. rn'.ieular appeal. Il is quiet Dumbarton. Hangers, following nun peaceful; good for the figure and lAinfermtlne, Arbroath, Dun i ind Ua with Eh:... is ueui nd*Ali ion Bowra are all not bp extaodad Ln tbi u lawn tc-nnis Carlion and Y M.C.A. pUya. goalless draw at Black, Rock :e*terday afternoon in their Third Division Football match. Al Picktt ick. Foundiillon Old Boys leatad Pickwick Bovan uu nil, N'otra Dame heal the Bai-bad< Uaglmapt by two goals to one id Hanger, defeated Wande vo-nil. Al Combermere. ('omlM-rincii lil Boyi plaved .1 ii "ui name championships urowith Poundation whom they beat to the tune of four-nil. tennis till thou thi-obuing pains In your muscles M once Apply Sloan's Liniment lightly-^ ftel your You dori'l 1 n* in "Sloan's you dab h %  wihe.driacipdpanisntlv-^>hiaa j 'sj' docs the tea uood fo ache* and paint and mil I louvti log settings n — IJSE.SSecond Division Match Drawn .ti home. _. K'lmx with Arbro.ith. OOL) i-'iiFailing any upsets in U.i laafftw to lurrlw rltei the next will be a battla of II rounds, have to trawl lo r> Play l).vi,..., \ club With all the cup m..i*i.' United. Foil.,. there Is only a limite wick's convincing 4-lwlCtorj 1 p I >>olh ildi in the Saeood DJvl *. l baa.boffaari Oamaa whith ha. natch %  baa r l n g an Dlw itt pli < -.ftomoon Noli. D %  %  '" ""' Luu *" %  prove 100 rniich lor them, mare clash 1 Third Nortln and it.. 01 thi in-.1, 1 hubernl the moat (Sciittlsli Division A Bo 1 travel t<. abi and lObaftnlai to pta) Quaan "i the algaad In lhali raap l* nal and victory will 1 %  oUd U mvard BUI) 11 I Iraig position*. < %  •"'Wltl .Mietl (Oloa.) .*'t 18 ^ our youngest post-war interPhil giaana 11 eppel 1 (Northumberland) Doreen Spuoner (Middlesex) and Jill Surrey). Menetl's best performance' this teaaon was reaching the M>miUnal of the Metropolitan ton ma %  inenl In which he was beaten by 'he back-to-forni Bergmann. -LE3. MOTOR VESSELS BRING FRUIT nl in the eolonv ycslerd.iv by Ihe M.V. D.irrwood end UM M V. Cacique Del Cartbe. Among her cargo ihe lUerwaMHl brought twenty-four 1 rah I "1 Fifth ln.it and B9 bags l oique Del ferthe ujht twenty-thi •f fresh fiuil. GERMANS WIN OSLO. Feb. 22. The German figure sk;iling learn of Rio and Paul Falk 1 nlgh| won the (1 0g championship with U poinl ... u.f of ll.3ag — U.P. WViKD CAttOQ iRJUVEQ The *.s. Alcoa Planter arrived ;r..in Montreal via Si. Lucia witn 11 caigo whuh inchuleil 1,400 of our MO hags of ci m meal, : %  %  1 las of pickled poik. 838 bags at poultry feed. 1.150 I B| and 2.0\>0 bigs of linseed oil. played to a I — I Il fast and botl times gave a fall .iior twe dsBnaaa iisscd by iioth sidea. A fahlj large 1 rowd awtebi he game. END BLACK MARKET JAIAI'A MeUCO. 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pAC.r six BARBADOS AllVOCAlT. sATtwo.vv. rtsauAav a. ust CLASSIFIED ADS. mtewour isoi i ......I-IH'l.ll ia %  and t f+n\ * <* %  txiw*e* %  • %  •r . : ,.. arta* I • .*•• ANftCH X'MIMI OK SALE AUTOMOTIVE r rati i.ovr A MIIM* LOST FW" P*"'"' %  "' n W "i TAKE NOTICE )1U **" %  I In Ual-Af* ri in M SAUH HEAL ESTATE how**. all ro ... i" !-%  • • Kd A. a*." tn HI;.\T IKHM s GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION LWflBVIliXBoara teHM, altua**Kl -*" %  Fjfl* Hall Co*i*' Apv* £*)< %  Hall Com** irnMifHEn i i AT *,rtli • ri'*'.. %  I lD I s %  "WC The uiMWiatg-wd I It. paMtf iMfMlM Jimf> i*ft on fit-' 1*1 IAH MMUKS n\HR\IKii CIVIL SERVICE \-MH I \||(|S %  i -. ltM %  Ma.urll liB H I r • I Ho*4 ol Ul inilhc* imb.i* i>< I.I.TC l*ni'* Vacant poMCHMn For lu.ttL*. P*1*lM lnp*tto *..d ILILIIIII— r of MW *M>I> i' .. nANt1R!J>. Sow .Una. lamn •*("! Ift 1 U n l-Wld."-! I .1 A W. L S..I-.M. IM nu.' .1 UM La it Annual MmUtM and tpcrUI Martin* of ll Jul To ***i-iv*> lie B'W1 ol tho I >r IM KnaixUl SUtrmeat i UM Auditor.' IU. II | in ai-i %  %  'b HI AiwUor %  KM FUR IHI M ll'l *• CLEAR MRAW BUOAB TO Ttit rtBin rLtntKfVTitif l Isi Angusl iS2 2 15th September to izth December 3 12th laonary to loth April. IMS The estimated loitnightly requirements arc .5W> to lo.OOn poundl of *ug*i Person* tendering must quote th# price per pound plus deliver v rharge. find IT* required to submit a sample of sugar. SopptfW mml be delivered to the -chool* erery two wiek* nc cordlni to the requirements of the individual school*, uttd all deliver• fat -nmplptrd within thrr* dB> llrt numt tbvH nil lequlrrment* of the school! ^dutlnj the tnildnW tWofp, nd mukt renrh the colonial S*?crt-tar> • lt*l ihsn U o'clock noon on Satrlrda*. thf 19th March mdvra rtttai be miHtM -Tendrm for thr •**• Ht tr to thr nrtiiir PlewMitar^ 1>MM." rh* person whoM tenrter i* arc>ptKl mull b* prtparM lo furn-j ih '.'in surMim for the dtie pWormancf trt rfip roeitrtct The OntMtim*nl (*o* not hind ltf*M id ncrfcpt the IOWM: O %  ny if-ndrt Ifith FMiruar* '• M S M—Sn. GOVE RNMENT NO TICE DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION Tenders for the Sunply of Preah Cow s MilK to tiie Public lUmenwry Schools publk fliauinlan aWaeoli IHlBiataliill h* iaiand mirtni w rouowmt chool tma: — [ Augusl 1952. 2 IMh Scptrmbrr lo 12th December lt42, to 10th April 1W3 PirticuU.* of the M.1K anI "" reference at the Colonial Scrrctr> s Office. Peraon, tende..n B muM l* pnptrad to lurnuh two aureUe. for me due oeTformance of the Contract T^^nl.rs m rk M -T**, ,or ,, „p^l W f+.Cg*.** Offlc. no' lar th.n 12 o'clock noon on Salurd.). the 15lh ol Mtch. ""The Covernmeol doc* nol lnd NNU lo .cccpl lh lwwfl ot n, imdcr. 19th Pebruary. 11*52. 23 2 52—3ii SHIPPING NOTICES . I nm auinrT** %  i 1 %  .IMIIM %  %  I %  •• r GOVEBNMLM N0TM1S TENDERS POR UNIFORMS uInvttad lor :hi" making "f Utdfonna tor the | • the Commtsslon. hould bo ,i d i-nrflopea %  . % %  |, ofBcei bj colonial later than Iri reh 1952 I , I. gel %  %  • fOI I1JII-,UI %  : aa the %  n -3i i DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION RcKifltrnlion of Relief Teachers. 1952 53 vlted fro VACANT H>ftt OF VMftWd 0BTtt1ttCIA^ MATERNITY HOSPITAL Apphtationa are invited from Registered Medical f'ractitionr.s the Pftit-time non-pensionable poat of Visiting Obstetrician, Maternity Hospital, which will become vacant on the 10th of March. 1952 The salary attached lo the post is at the rate of $1,152 per The Maternity Hospital is one of twafH) beds with a imternal Clinic attached. It is primarily a teaching Hospital fbr Students and twenty are trained annually It Is served by n Matron, three graduate nurse-mid wives and the usual subordinate stafj. In addition to the ordinary dulie*, the Visiting Obstetrkli will ho requlr-d to assist in the training of Midwlves and I MptTvUloB of the maternal clinic Applications -ihoulri be addre-Sfd tn thr Colonial Secretary. Barlox. so as to reach his offlre not inter than the Wth of February. 1852 17 252—3n. ^_^_^^__ tendeH For Transport Of Officers • Tenders are Invited fbr the conveyance by motor-car of iht Revenoe omcer^ from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St Lucy. MI' for the Officer* and return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to 31 t M-rch. 19*3 1. Approximately three visitwrekly at the Distillery are necesi nnd the Mme spent in waiting varies from three to six hours, i 3 Tenders shntild he for a rat.per-mile Including waiting at the nitlllety. The mntot car provided is to bo approved by the CompIrollei nf Customs finm Wftotn fnrth-r Information may be obtained 4 Tender'. nddre*wl to th< t' ilonlal Secretary and not to any Officer bv name, and marlted on the envelope "Tender for Transportwill hi received at the Colonial gg VuU t**! Office up to 4 p.m. on FndBJ 14th March. I!K ', The nocerrnnendO' nol bind Itself to accept the lowest or •">' tMdW l.2.52-3n -e k^ HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM TH1 1IM11D KINODOM Vessel SS. 'THILOSOPHEH SS •DEFENDER" SS ss puanwr BTUDBfl From lj>ndon & M brough Liverpool & Glasgow London Glasgow & Liverpool Due Barbad< i 12th Feb. 28th Feb. lflth Feh 29th Feb. 4th Mar 11th Mar. |gj Mar 14th Mar. IIOMLVYARIi I OR 'I 111 I Ml Hi hlM.IHlM 9 s s s. Vessel "CROFTER" "UlOGHAlMIEir For London. Liverpool Closes in Barbados 2flth Feb. For frthrr InfUrmatlon apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU jti for re, Reikf Teachen PI quo Uflcd to persons 9 i Certlftctta oi %  lualiilcalion. he suhmlUM on M (Men) or FortJ E' I W (.Won.' %  '<' 0 "' lp ii. should Director < %  ( Edu.-atiuin Friday, I RELIEF TEACHWHO WISH TO HAVF THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON IE REVISED LIST. MI^T IN„ at,., M THE DIRECTOR BY LETTER NOT LATER THAN FRIIRUARY, 1932 : of Education. IHh February. 1952. 2S 2.52—2n TAKE NOTICE^ DART | ft cd IN* i I N-w Vo-k Unlfd S'al i BOILERS FOR SALI %  'hell ivpe CORNISH fire tube boiler; 5 feel m diameter and fourteen tret' long, wnfklng pressure up t 25U lbs. per square inch. ultra arc complete arltn all boiler mountings, fuel oil burners %  .ink-. 1Mb 'upeihcater. If leqnired. Can bo seen at Everrsn Pumping station, St. John. Will usold singly. reMeri to be 'ui.mlttdi 10 the Honourabl h.(,,re Fridrtv 201h February. 1932 a n < r..>, Cotipi* k.tl B A Colonial Secretary —21.2.52—3n ^MCOCU&M^C* NEW YORK SERVICE ..i _, % %  %  .... TCtl-l' Part "A" %  >< tWirte* _^a.lnir SOfsml ;.r.. iiMkllc*. pJm. % %  i a 1 n rsaishw %  Ml the 11*1 tav •" ftCirT. %  . %  : %  %  ...efc x* TtiP Itadr mark can o arn %  I mv oflcr bi rta r+gSlJP VACANT POST. ABSlStANT MASTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL Appl.cations are invited for the post ot an Assistant Master, Grammar School. St. Vincent, who will be required to teach Chemistry .-ind Botany up to the Higher School Certificate Standard. Applicants should be Graduates or holders of the Inter-Science or Higher School Certificate The salarv o! the post la: — (a) For a Graduate—$1,440 by 9J to $1,920 (b) For Intermediate or H.S.C.— $1,200 by $72 to $1,440 The commencing salary will depend on experience and standard : wnrk A temporary tost of living allowance l payable at the usual rate iiranted to Civil Servants. The appointment will be probationary tor one year in the DTSi instance, and the appointee may be conflrmtej in the permanent, pen-, -lonable post after one year's satisfactory service. The Grammar School is under the control of the Government of, St Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil. Servants j Free passage to St Vincent to take up appointment is provided. Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and] < xpertence. and copies of not more than tltree testimonials should be sent to the Education Officer. St, Vincent, to reach him as soon n %  tv.*dble and In any went not later than the 29th February. 1952 10.?. 52—2n /,V/MW.^WyW-AWeWOWW^ Here's something you hnvent been able to get for a long Mme ...... %  MT Qt'ALiTY ST. OEOROES MARBLE LIMP. ft In Air tight drums A few only available at,. CENTRAL FOUNDRY PIER HEAD. X(lt ORLEANS SERVICE .:! |MA l>bini.i> mm. n .1... It M.I i r.bt.i.rr am vr. partaad. CANADIAN SERVICE \ STKAM A Ml 'Mil: gggMlfggl I • %  • M .ccommodaUo %  I %  TMi fct-n-n Mh Much 1ml April gM Ap.il llth May TtMM fvaWtl hv llmltrd p^tarnir ROBERT i ii. -M LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULP flRVICR APPLYt— DA COSTA CO. LTD—CANADIAN WFRVIC1 aoiu in TIIOM i.nu M:II PLANTATIONS Bt'lLDING. LOWER BhOAD STREET IVM-H.' r .! %  AsenU for: Traru-Csoatia Alrlmea. B.O.A.C. and B W.I.A. ALtO\ STEAMSHIP COMPANY NOTICE ARROW %  B* ,.II in ih n ..I .ncli rPgH 1 %  LTD. ,.. '.'.'.*.'.'.'.'.'*:'.:'.*.*.'.:'.'.*•' %  '•••rrrsrs '.**".'.' %  %  %  PROPERTIES FOR SALE I Unlrooms. !;L.S. WILSON It tire w,wwo^ (I) Tin* properly known Road. H consists of i acre of i verandah, drawing. iimlnK in I (21 P : (3) Si eUed -v. Ing room up and bedrooms, toilet ind batl %  will. •'' (H'<t its service urgently needed to serve adequately and efficiently the crowinp social. commercial and industrial needs of the Island, lo revise its rates as from and after the First day of April next as follows: Exchange Extension Service Service (Minimum rate an pa) BlNiKillBii.lRi-i nrvs dVnrr II." dt-m-i Bridgetown (Dial) s MO H M $2 00 $1 50 St. Lawrence (Dial) n.oo 6.00 2(H) 150 St. ArMa (Dial) B N 6.50 2.00 1 50 SI J.ihn (Dial) 10.25 7.25 200 1.50 Speilhtstown (Manual) 10.50 7.50 200 1.50 Although the excett mileage crtargtss in force here are very considerably lower than those which obtain elsewhere it is not proposed to make any increases at this time. These new rates compare favourably with those in l"rce tn the more important colungBP in tins area where Liar class of %  22.2.52—3n.






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N.A.T.O. EXPERTS MAKE BIG DEMANDS

Ike Will

Dispute Over Command

It was learned that mili



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952



Arbitrate

LISBON, Feb. 22.
tary targets adopted by NATO

call for 50 divisions and more than 3,500 war-planes by the

end of this year.

These goals were set by financial and

military experts after having reconciled the capabilities of

the NATO member nations
leaders.

Both figures will be pub

with the needs of the military

lished at the end of the NATO

conference here at the insistence of U.S. representatives
i

so that the American pub

their investment in Europe

It is emphasized these are only
goals and much depends on dozens
of other factors, including how
much Congress will appropriate
for Foreign Aid in the next Fiscal
Year, which will be discussed next
month in Washington.

It was learned that Gen. Eisen-
hower will personally arbitrate
the dispute over who will com-
mand Greek and Turkish land

forces in order to soothe ruffled
Italian feelings,

Offended

_ Italians were very offended
py the decision that the Greece
and Turkey’s 40 odd divisions
would be placed directly under
Admiral Robert B, Carney, NATO
Southern European Commander,
rather than under Italian Lt. Gen,
De Casignone, his deputy, in
command of all laid forces in his
command. Italians came here de-
termined not to agree to this
change of command whieh was
interpreted in Rome as a delib-
erate slap at Italy,

_ Since the Greeks were the vic-
tims of Italian aggression in the
last war and they were equally
adamant about refusing to serve
under an Italian commander an
impasse was reached,

Now the Italian have with-
drawn their objections on the
understanding at Eisenhower
will work out a final compromise.

N.A.T.O. Defence and Finance
Ministers reached ‘almost full
‘greement on the complicated
problem of “infra structure’—the
question of how much each coun.
try pays for the building of Allied
air, field and communications
networks in Western Europe.

Argument

Argument over this question
began when the French, very
short of money owing to the heavy

costeof the Tudew-China
internal infla Saeed, it
the U.S. pay 60 per cent. of all
costs with Britain giving about 15
per cent. and France slightly pst.
The Americans, pericu a ~
retary of the Treasury, John W.
Snyder flatly refused.

It is not yet known what is the
total amount allotted for “infra
structure” nor what the percent-
ages for each country will be, but
the total is expected to be about
$500,000,000 with the U.S. pro-
viding 45 per cent.

Earlier it was learned that mili-
tary targets adopted by NATO and
military experts for the end of this
year are a total of 50 divisions and
more than 3,500 tactical aero-

lanes.
. —UP.

TROOPS MASS
IN BURMA

RANGOON, Burma, Feb. 22.

Thirteen thousand Chinese Na-
tionalist troops are reportedly con-
centrated in Eastern Burma de-
spite Burmese protests and are
mounting in strength for an at-
tack on Communist China. U. On
Mynt, . assistant editor of the
Burmese publication The Nation
flew into the Nationalist-held area
of Kengtung State, Burma and
reported the buildup of Nationalist
forces under Chinese
Gen. Ma Chaw Yi.



—UP.

jto the last

Moslem| cularly opposed to

will have a chance to see what
is worth.



‘Stella Polaris’
Calls With
167 Tourists

The 2,600-ton tourist ship Stella
Polaris bringing her first batch of
tourists to Barbados this year
arrived in Carlisle Bay yesterday
morning with 167 tourists. The
Stella Pol, has already been on
tourist cruises to Barbados,

he show-windows of the
Broad Street stores presented a
great contrast compared with the
dull appearanee which they gave
urists who arrived
here by the press of Scotland
on the day after King George VI’s
poupigtel he as mae some of the
s a lot of shopping 1

Bei getown for Loueate® 7
Many, however, preferred to go
sight-seeing and yisiting various
interesting and historical places
of the island. Such places as the
Museum, Codrington College,
Cherry Tree Hill, Hackleton’s
Cliff, Bathsheba, the Crane and

Sam Lord’s Castle were visited.

The Stella Polaris can accom-
modate 170 tourists and has a
crew of 163. She left yesterday
evening for Martinique and will
then be going to Antigua, St.
Thomas, Cuidad Trujillo, Jamaica,
Havana and New Orleans.

Khan Has
eart Attack

TTA, Feb. 21.

The Age Khan eee an un-
comfortable night Wednesday fol-
lowing a mild heart attack but
“there is Bathing farming now”
according to his vate Secretary.
His physicians are attending him
in the Government House here.
All his engagements have been
cancelled.

The Aga Khan 75-year-old reli-
gious leader of more than
20,000,000 Moslems suffered a
mild heart attack while en route
here by air Wednesday from
Dacka, Pakistan.

His staff physician attending



/him at Government House in Cal-

cutta, ordered complete rest.

The Aga Khan’s movie actress
Rita Hayworth’s father-in-law,
was accompanied by the Begum—
his fourth wife—a former French
beauty—U.P.

CHARGE FOR MEDICINE
POSTPONED

LONDON, Feb. 21.
The Conservative Government
has postponed its decision to im-
pose charges on dental treatment
and medical prescriptions under
the state-run National Health
Service, it was learned here today.
A group of Conservative mem~
bers of Parliament opposed the
charges at a private meeting
Tuesday night because they were
unpopular in their constituencies.
Critics of the plan were parti~
maximum
charges of £1 for dental treat-

ment. —C.P.





TRUCE NEGOTIATORS

MAY SOLVE

DEADLOCK

PANMUNJOM, Feb. 21.

United Nations and Communist truce negotiators

moved closer to a compromise solution of their

over troop rotation- New 0
5,000 troops and one port of
United Nations negotiators were
confident that the gap could be
slosed. But delegations for the
eighth straight day argued fruit-
lessly over U.N. rejection of
Russia as the sixth “neutral
nation to supervise the armistice.
mmunist Colonel Pu San
sad UN. reasons for rejecting
Russia “9 coed and on
orthy of refutati * .N.
Colonel Darrow retorted that the
Allies refused to “enter into any
discussions of this matter.

New Proposals
In an adjoining conference tent

the Co unists submit to a
new d proposal on the ex-
change of prisoners. They offer-

ed to raise the of entry

number f
ports through which troops might

rotated from four to five if
the Allies would limit replace-
ments to 30,000 per month .
Darrow countered with an
offer to reduce the previous de-
mand for seven entry ports to
six if Reds would raise the ceil-
ing on rotated troops to 35,000.
He said: “I think you will find
it a reasonable solution to the
two problems confronting us.”
Communist Colonel Chang San
rejected the U.N. offer. ~He said
his proposal was “my final offer.”
However Darrow said all Chang's
propositions are “final” .—U.P.

eadlock
ffers by both sides were only
entry apart.



MAN FOUND DEAD
IN POOL OF BLOOD

The 56-year-old
Clement “Meals 7 Belle-
plaine, St. Andrew, was
bleed off ie 32.” Rool of
blood on Haggatts Read, St.
Andrew, near the Agricul-
tural Syriee yesterday
about 3.30 a.m. A cow was
also discovered alive some
feet way from the dead
man's body.

The body was first found
by Oomie Spencer of Lakes,
St. Andrew, and later the
Police and Coroner Mr. A.
W. Harper were notified.
Chief Inspector Franklyn
arrived on the scene accom-
panied by Dr. L. S. Tappin
who carried out a prelimin-
ary examination and order-
ed the body to be removed
to the St. Andrew Mortuary.
There was a gash over the
dead man’s left eye.

Mr. A. W. Harper, Coro.
ner of District “F’’, will hold
an inquest into the circum-
stances surrounding the
death of Medford on Tues-
day, February 26.



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NIVEN IS HERE

British and Hollywood film star
David Niven accompanied by his
Swedish born wife, arrived in Barba-
dos yesterday. ;

Mr. Niven is seen left, alighting
from the B.W.LA. ’plane at Seawell,
top right autographing an album for a
lady outside the airport’s Terminal
Building and bottom right, checking
through Immigration at Seawell with
his wife.



France | Pavid Niven Arrives
Purges Army

warn» (Here From New York

France is taking quick steps to !
eliminate the Communist Fifth BRITISH and Hollywood film star David Niven ac-
column from the army and an companied by his Swedish born wife Hjordis Genberg
allout purge of the active officers arrived in Barbados yesterday morning after an almost

corps is underway according to > : : lo , ‘ “Sethe bee - { The Daily Express said to-day
reliable sources, They said * the non-stop flight from New York which was broken only! nat olétis abe uiier discuesion’ to

Anti-red broom was also sweeping] When they stopped at Trinidad overnight to change planes hold the coronation in late Augu
through civilian services such as} They are here for three weeks’ holiday staying on the St-jor early
aviation and other vital industries} James coast as guests of Mr. and Mrs, Ronald
which in the case of armed con- “Heron Bay”.
flict would be closely associated
with the nation’s war effort.

The War Ministry started slam-
ming the lid down on Communirts
some time ago.

Coronation
Likely In
August —

LONDON Feb. 23. |

September. The pape
Tree of|said that the Works Ministry o»
‘ Friday began making an estirnat
It was a busy morning at the }of how long it would be required
airport with two flights operating |% prepare Westminster Abbey fo:

Y j i 4
one after the other, Over fifty |the coronation, It said “consulta
Churchill Starls | pedala were at Seawéll . some had | Uons between the Government and
Denationalization

come to see the film star, others to |] Court Officials—-Earl Marsha! th
LONDON, Feb. 22

|
| see friends off There were even {Duke of Norfolk makes arrang
1 couple of autograph hunters on|ments—-will be followed by
vertised but they are effective, The Chairman = of Britain hand who asked Mr. Niven for his|recommended date which will b
The man personally responsi-| nationalized iron and steel indu autograph while he was waiting|put to the Queen by the Prin
ble for the full scale cleanup is|try resigned in a possible first ‘or his bagge Re to be put into o/ Minister. She can for personal
State Secretary for War Pierre De]move by Prime Minister Winston,waiting car. He also chatted with | reasons decide against it, in whic
Chevigne himself a regular army| Churchill to return industry to’ a few of the crowd who drew near) case the Coronation would pro!
officer. free Sanne Ne ; : i! ‘to get a closer look at him jably be in early summer nex
i . Steven J. I. Hardie, who servec
Sources said all doubtful cases ‘ee of. the . government

The results are not being ad-



—



t ¢ ; nianelaed before : ; : ’ ‘ | It is believed however that the
Ene Wedel ny cfinet operated industry for little more BY a coincidence David Niven |Queen is anxious to get on wit
. 5 fi a-|than a year, sent his resignation aud Patrick Ellam, owner of |the Royal tour despite the fact she!
suspected of Communist sympa- to Minister. of Supply, Duncan the 19-foot yacht “Sopranino” 1\coullt oe 3 arnt nn oe
pence 18 vaperted so eae War Min- Sandy, Churchill's ‘son-in-law which crossed the Atlantic in lcrowned in the year of ac oss
istry where All dassiers are caper As leader of the Opposition, 28 days went to the same lin 200 years ree eee
fully studied by a trained staff. |opuyehill fought bitterly against school Atowe School in th Mg oy ODE Pe a tae
»se sources sé : » |Labour |Party’s jnationaliza- Buckinghamshire. | ” ae my 2 Pore
hae aor aid at if ne Its ra and A atl He pledged “Sopranino” and her crew a, yy would mean
any officers CORVICIER OF eit, [himself to restore the industry to of two are still in Barbados. ast £1,000,000 worth of har
nist leaning were suspended. te ownership if he were re- currency being spent in Brit
on tb aoe ay toned i office. Hardie’s resign- by tourists.” #‘Commonweal
fp te old 2a eee ation is expected to prove the; Jt was a scene reminiscent of ountries themselves fayour

transfer to a quiet little outpost first move in denationalization.; when arly crowning.” these are



i i : r ‘ Bing Crosby and Sonja amor
me polaeies ae ay Sithere is a terrific battle ahead, Henie visited Barbados.on differ- |‘he reasons which led to a short
little opportunity to stir bP before Churchill succeeds in re-, ent occasions several years ago yeriod of Court mourning
trouble and even there, their ac- storing the industry to privat When a decision is made
tivity is watched according to enterprise | A Light Shower ine Hoverinanth at tha Caniho
sources, Former Prime Minister Clem- | : wealth will first be informe
—UP, ent Attlee’s party h4s stated pub- } The B.W.I. Airway plane | Then the Queen herself will n
licly when and if it gets back which brought | Mr and Mr he Hnouncement from # ir
into office it will promptly turt Niven from Trinidad touched }).., Palace.”—-U.P
industry back to public control down at Seawell on schedulk t -.
age ” For that reason the Con- | 10.50 o'clock, A light shower of
U.N. Re ulse gean 1 °G ver is faced {rain held up for them to make
servative Government _ is

with a diffictilt situation in which ‘their way from the aircraft to the

Red Attack Queen Told

N 4 . Terminal Building of the airport
investors would hesitate to risk : a a a :
their capital in steel with the} Mrs. Niven alighted first. Mx 66
4 » |threat hanging over them that Niven, remaining behind to col ay ut
TOKYO, Feb. 22 |i, would have to give up their |lect a bundle of overcoats, fol

United Nations military sources
said that a Communist Battalion
attacked the Allied held island
of Yang Do off Korea’s East Coast
above the 40th parallel on
Wednesday but e U.N. company
repulsed the acsault.

De ere CENTENARY
e island is near Songjin, key POSTAGE STAMPS

North Korean coast city. The
The stamps to commem-

Communis‘s attempted to take the
island after sailing out to it in ecate tha Sania ot. itis Gent
postage stamp in Barbados

lowed soon after.
First question he asked
about the rainy weather. He wa
quickly reassured that it was onl
a passing shower The

holdings again at an uneconomi- > li . 99
cal ative should the Socialists I O ilies
come back.—U-P
LONDON, Feb. 22
Daily Herald newspap
organ of the British Labour Pai
published a front page







——

@ On Page &

warning



politics and be “constantly on the
lert ? against bad advice by Prin ce
Minister Winston Churchill

: South Africa Will
The article first appeared

sampans. Many of the Reds were Produce Uraniuni the magazine Tribune

under t
captured including the Battalion lanned signature of Jennie Lie, wife of
Commander. The island is be~ ye ein, i982, even CAPETOWN, Feb. 22. leftist Labour Leader Aneurit
lieved to be garrisoned by a com- though they bear the por- Minister of Mines,.J. H. Viljoen} Bevan, Miss Lie called Buckil
pany of South Korean Marines trait of the late Sovereign said on Friday that South Africa] ham Palace ‘out of date’, inci-
commanded by a U.S, Marine King George VI. Work oat will start producing uranium in] dentally.
officer. tae aieaiee was tao far ad- the near future. He told the The significance of the t

Allied fire was reported to have House of Assembly that the pro-| lay not in the fact that the mart

vanced for them to be can-

sunk some of the sampang, jeet will be financed by British] edly leftist Tribune published
It was not reliably reported ey a = Bus, wet. and American loans which will! but that the Daily Herald, official
whether the Communists were dos h be repaid from uranium sale organ of the Opposition Parts
North Koreans or Chinese. after six months. Uranium will be extracted from! published it under a ¢
—U.P. gold-bhearing ore U.P. theadline ¢ the first page
} :



May Soon Reach Agreemenl

CANBERRA, Feb. 22. Casey said world affairs arefalready arranged for new Austra- the United State hared Au

Foreign Minister Richard G.|sombre and forbidding. The prob-|lian Legations at Saigon and Ran- lia’s views on the seriot

Casey told the House of Represen-|lems of the Far East, South-East | goon and_to raise the status of the | in Southeast Asia and for t
tatives on Friday in « foreign af-\|and Middle East must be seen|Consulate General in Bangkok to of preserving it from ¢









fairs statement that an agreement |against the continual background |that of a Legation. He said Aus- aggression. He uid Aust
might soon be reached for a cease- | of Communism which is complete- | tralia is also strengthening it about to send H »
fire and armistice in Korea but ily and utterly ruthless. Casey said/ resentation in Singapore sioner to Ceylon. H

said it unwise to be certain! that Australia is strengthening its ] bo pl

about i t representatior nd He dec an ! ilts.—U.P.



|
|

| with effect

Queen Elizabeth II to stay out of |

Desperate Attempt To

Avoid Collapse of Franc

Battle of the

Edgar Fauer’s

Franc”’-
one-month-old

By JACK SCHEMEIL

PARIS, Feb. 22
now being waged by
government, against a

background of alarming rises in living costs and growing
Budget and Foreign Trade deficits—is fast developing into

a Battle of Waterloo,
|

) trial life, the French gover
| the system of quotas and
} European countries

|

Supervisor
— Of Visual
Edueation

Following are the latest ap

|} pOlntments mm various Govern-
ment departments

| Mr [ Carmichael, Assistant
Teacher, St. Giles’ Boys’ School

to the post of Supervisor of Visual

| Education with effect from tst
| September, 1950

Mr, Angus Wilkie, Long Grade
| Clerk, Accountant General’s De

partment, who left the Colony on
13th. January 1951, to undergo a
ourse of instruction in Statisti-
‘| Methods at the Institute of

| Social and Economic Research of

the University College of the
West Indies in Jamaica ha
completed the course and will b
returning to Barbados early ir
March

On his return Mr. Wilkie wil
continug to serve in the Account
ant General’s Department where
it is proposed to establish
Statistical Branch

The Honourable — Sir Allat
Collymore, Kt, Chief Justice
left the Colony on the 15t!
February, for the purpose ¢
ittending a sitting of the We
Indian Court of Appeal in Britis!
CGulana

During His Lordships
the Honourable G. L, Taylor
Acting Puisne Judge, has beer
ppointed to act as Chief Jus
tice within the Island in con
junction with his substantive

lutie: e

The following
ments in the
Department

absence

acting
Auditor

have

from

appoint
General's

been made
24th. January
1952

Cc. A. Ramsay,
Officer to act as
OMee

H. R. Archer, Long Grade Clerk
Audit Office, to act ; Examinet

Audit
Audit

Examiner
Auditor,



The following appointments ir
the Service have been made:

Cc. H. Riley, Police Constable
to be Steward & Clerk, Lazaretto
with effect frem Ist. February
1952

Miss Effie Ifill, to be Cook
Mental Hospital with effect from
Ist. January, 1952

Miss Violet Morris, to be Laun
dress, Mental Hospital with effect
from ist, January, 1952

@ On Page 3

Fing
| desperate attempt te ayoid complete collapse of the Franc
and its catastrophic conseq

uncial experts warned. In a
nation’s indus-
Tuesday re-impesed
licenses for all imports from

uences on the
nment on

These drastic measures, decided
upon several days ago, were put
into effect as a further attempt to
‘halt the heavy, adverse balance-
of-trade since last October with
France’s European neighbours

In January, the Report of the
European Payments Union reveal-
ed that France had a deficit of
}$234,500,000 in the E.P.U, Export-
' Import clearinghouse.

The measures, described by
s officials as ‘merely provisional and
j temporary,” were part of a full-
scale campaign aimed at stabiliza-
tion of the French monetary sys-
tem and a return to confidence in
France

On the black market the franc
is selling for a record 472 to the
dollar and the price of gold is 608
franes, per gram

But experts were unanimous in
pointing out that these measures
could in no way remedy the des-
perate economic plight of France
unless they are accompanied by a
successful fight against the inter-
nal causes of inflation and the
Balance-of-Payments deficit,



Not Permanent Solution

Those same experts emphasized
that devaluation of the france would
not be a permanent solution of
France’s economic problems since
he necessary conditions for an
verall stabilizing programme do
not yet exist. Until those condi-
ions are made to exist, the French
government will limit its efforts to
rying to prevent any immediate
tanger—-foreign trade, bankruptcy
nd the fatal consequences on the
mport of essential foodstuffs and
raw materials.—U.P.





Labour Wins In
Montserrat

From Our Own Correspondent
ANTIGUA, Feb, 22.

Labour swept the polls in the
Montserrat elections capturing all
five seats. In the Northern Dis-
trict, E. T. Edgecome defeated J.
Edgecombe; Central District, M.
Walkinshaw was returned tnop-
posed; Windward District, W.
Bramble defeated R. BE. D. Os.
borne; Southern District two
members, R. W. Griffith, Presi-
dent of the Labour Union and
B. W. Edwards defeated H. 8
Mercer and J, C, L. Wall

His Excellency Mr K. W
Blackburne accompanied by his
Aide-de-Camp are leaving Antigua
on February 29 on a brief visit
to Montserrat where his Excel-
lency will open the first meeting
of the newly constituted Presi-
dential Legislative Council. His
Excellency will return to Antigua
on March 4.





Whenever you want a cigarette-

remember-

It’s the TOBACCO that counts






SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE









ON. H. A. CUKE, C.B.E. re-
turned from Trinidad
terday morning by B.W.LA
had bean attending a meetir
the Board of Directors of B.W.LA
of which he is

yes-

He

















1 member



General Supervisor

MoM“. HEINZ vV. HEINRICH
General Supervisor T.C.A.,
St. Johns, N.B., arrived from Ber-

















muda yesterday morning by There are 7-day Surveys of ~ ica’s General Federation of Women’s Clubs, thinks that seit restricted to 15 per cent. of the
visti. a oe ee hoc Government and Criminal women in the main are far more important than men, and family amet ‘
oe Justice, week-end courses at Ox- i ’s world Not exactly. Even a bank pres-
E. % = ival ford & Cambridge, Coventry (Re- that this could be a woman's world. ident, concedes Mrs. Hougnton,
mroute Io Carniva construction of a war damaged All the women have to do to inspiring them, shaming them, must have his pocket-money.
Pp & Pp



APT. and Mrs. Bob Bowx

arrived from Bermuda y
terday by T.C.A., to spend two
days here before going to Trini-
dad for Carnival. Capt. Bowker i

































Spring Term 1952

A SMALL brochure entitled
“London Programme for
1952”, in the Reading room of the
Overseas Students—Spring Term
British Council, “Wakefield”, gives
an interesting picture of the Brit-
ish Couiwil’s work ip giving Over-
seas Students a broader view of
English life and Institutions.

City) and in Surrey (life in an
English Village). Study visits
(with guides) include The Royal
Residences in London, the prin-
cipal Museums and Art Galleries,
the Times Newspaper offices and



Women, it’s your wor
says a woman )

BIR SP ORT OS «ETO es SP SO ee

SHE TOURS WORLD

TO TELL

THEM SO

From FREDERICK COOK

make it so, she says, is to realise
the fact. And make their voices
heard.

Fifty - seven - year - old Mrs.
Houghton has no hesitation in



NEW YORK.
MRS HIRAM COLE HOUGHTON, president of Amer-

urging them, getting them to come
along with her on her one-woman

crusade.

She has made several trips to
London. She spent a week there



iad

Id

phil



“Women, says Mrs. Hough-

ton, live longer than men; there
are more of them; they spend 85
per cent of the national income.
and suggest what men should do
with the other 15 per cent.

Her Husband’s Cash

What about MIR. Houghton, a
bank president? Does he find him-

“We have a sort of partner-
ship about money,” she explained.
“Our expenditures, our holiday
money, our clothing expenses and
so forth are worked out. And he





c i i ling a i f what is left.”
a T.C.A. pilot resident Bermti- the Battersea Power Station: â„¢aking her own heard. She works in September 1950, attending has a proportion o s
‘ and Sepeninn Ran ¢ of the TCA visits are also arranged to ake on her pet theme 16 hours a day. women’s gatherings. Inevitably, Fifteen per cent? Or more?
flights which call through Ber theatre to see seme of the out- Every week finds her in some new she met Lady Astor, for who No comment. a MPS. HOUGHTON
bados, standing plays of the season. corner of the U.S.A. Often she goes views she has high regard. ; —L.E.S. M>\e vour voices heard

Capt. and Mrs. Bowker ; : .
guests of Mr. Hal Baxter, T.C.A Th U h js Is ? °
Resident Manager and Mrs. Bay e n appy Sseap Buco Sc B.B.C. Radio
; . short sts :
oe their short vy —It Felt It Led a Useless Life — 2
; : By MAX TRELL Programme :
President And Vice “] SUPPOSE hink,” M FUNERAL OF H.M KING GEORGE Vl
President oon eee ee SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1902 ° e







Punch said to Knarf and Hanid, the |



> 11.15 BBC Northe Orchestra, "
Shadows with the tarned-alput, 54.46 a.dn. Admcciation Paton 16 nose) You may not have been enna Sip oe eves that
MONG the passengers arriv- names, “that th thi ) The News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysi thronged the streets to pay last ute to a belov ing.
a Mactan dedterd MEMBERS of the audience who saw the preview of the film “The ame SORE there 3s aokhing in te 4.00—7.15 pum. 25.88M $1.32M But Roodal Theatres has secured the first pictures of the
ie Gh Paiaat iikae Mell Sun Sets At Dawn,” at the Empire Theatre yesterday, discuss the world se light-hearted and hapa). aldkehectden nes a ees majestic ceremonies to give you your chanee.
Polssle ave mg sien po iM : film as they leave the theatre. er Pe the tatiee aa eH Se Tae eee sae ven oe eree See the 2-mile long Cortege from Sandringham House
aris from racao were Mi ' tag in t e wi gun Service, 4.15 p.m, Music from Grand ee r
and Mrs, Cyril Keene who sparkling like diamdinds on ths side« Hotel, 5 p.m Composer of the’ Werk. to the Station,—the thousands who lined the 3-mile route to
j y the 38-day cruise on the = ver we ¢ 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice, 6 p.m. Music Westminster Hall—all wrapped in a solemn silence that bore
making the 38-day cruise on the How can you help wishing that you
° : ete B ’ : " . ne ¥ = you for Dancing, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Up vi to their devoted love.
vessel back to New Orleans usman s Holiday Saw Preview were a soap bubble, too?” cd Teese Pade Tae, tue witness e Sak. shan ink acetiiine de oti
They are President and Vice- : Knarf and Hanid agreed that News. 7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. OPENING: Friday a shows
reside spectively of Romacy Ar her > * Behind the News, 7.30 p.m. Pavilion at the EMPIRE and the ROXY
President respectively of Romacy there were wery few thimgs in the § 1
Art Gallery in Baltimore WUE RS € whole wide world that seemed te t&









down

Speaking of the trip



@3 gay and merry as a soap bedbic



7.45—-10.30 p.m,

7.45 p.m



Sports Review,

. SL.3°M 48.45M

8.15 p.m

WATCH FOR FURTHER NEWSREELS

New Orleans, Mr. Kee jo y \ Seap Bebble Radio Newareel, 8 2 P = rags age E M P I R E
. 3 " inne - ° = - ae 10 p.m e News, 10.10 p.m m the
Sov had : noe time : aso a Seis “there Editorials, 10.15 p.m. Music Magazine,
rst part of the journey Orn = Pp Sedlet whe waset 10.30 p.m. Variety Ahoy
across the Gulf of Mexico happy at all. Tt wasn’t that it didn® TO-DAY, 4.45 & 8.30 and Continuing DAILY







ran into a squall which














jook happy. It did. The sanshine





The seap bubble saw the drowning

















ship to such an exte . sparkled om its sides as brightly a: ant. E S; f ft
sengere who were t . - Buwh 7 = the Yo ef alll the ether asy, ays a |
sialanatiiie ene Tt TIROES SVN soap dahivies. 2 inside & wasn’
an a oe d Englis Brathwaite, Rev. SM hapmy at all. ut what exshd & seep babble do |
Said everytithe € Ss Rew K_ F Hassell “ht hades wery goed reaser for me sail with the breeze and let THE HUMAN TRAIN, Senator
mai -again end oe Baynes, Rev. H Senrdhe Wan oir sieenand (r. Clau Bs . Pestaima Rew SR Ponch “The minute & jnnked over And just then, said Washington State, and tells a
Sh : ref eps the xspape Siness # v.OW. M Worrell, Rev. the sop af the pipe that the little hes “the soap ee started cheering audience: “It is just as
" : mag hey Se eee =. Rev. and Mrs. H.C bewin. & ie — sailing over the brook, and at that easy Social by i ased
c years, I was be Den- 7 a wes bowing knew whet the ree. & e 0 : easy to get Socialism by incre
U.S. Author In Antigua ae " om 5S a, anger ae Gon” ad 2 it heard a tiny voles calling taxes as it is by the Government . e Py -
OLIDAYING in one of the wit : , Waloott rot A “Wiet was HT” Hasid shed” f down, There, in taking over industry after indus- d d d th rrot
bungalows at Ant Arriving Tomorrew oa ie, O. A Counters, wondering whet kind of & comnne brook, Wasa tiny ‘try, as in Britain.” +d SO Gl
luxurious exclusive Mill . ayy ATKIN mabe 8 smear dititle nother into the water





‘M*
Ciub are Col. Frank Van k
ex

Mason and Mrs, Mason of Gun-
ners Hill, Riderwood, Md



a where Lhe woes were *hi i is Was...
Born 1901, graduate of Harvard eat tleemming, amd oer the mendes at that moment,” said My, 2 Chicago in July, the record is las .
Frank Mason has had a an =F where the dase: and dotterw : bubble knew that likely to show that no man ever SIX shots

guished career. He serve Ss at Barba : travelled so many thousands of

“As RB came gat of the pig an
wert sailing a with the beeen owe
the caro

swept along, alrea

snc was Seng
E inte a deep pool a few










AND writing of Taft, seasoned
political columnist Marquis Childs
“Before Republicans meet

says:

—his trade-mark












miles, shook so many hands, spoke
personally to so many people,
campaigned so hard in every way |

interpreter in the U.S. Army du-
ring World War I, Croix de
Guerre, Legion of Honour, also a





and then it bounded up
the ant clinging to its



fired so rapidly
they echo











i other
Mr. Wz
























Fellow American Geographical panied hy Mrs. Wat! ve ant was heavy. It was all a ea pronidential ee
Society, Mr. and Mrs. Wa bubble could do to reach the ‘* & Party.
and Mrs. Reekie ; te) 2 amk. And then, just as it touched i
He is a member of the follow- visited Jamaica and Flying Visit uttercups and al] the other fowess the grass on the other side and the Roe ge ee ee
ing Clubs, New York, Harvard, conn with er V. WOLFSON, R.N.V.R, and knew that they gave honey to ant dropped safely off, the bubble didate from ‘Ohio seems to be
Racquet and Tennis, Washington, islands 4 BOAC. General 4 the bees. It looked at the trees ard + 5a thoroughly at ease and even
Army and Navy, London, Devon- W. H. Watkins & Partners head- Subsidiaries and Deputy rs knew that they gave fruits and nuts exclaimed Knarf and Hanid rather enjoying ~ the whole
shire, quarters are Londor tol, Intert nal Lid., (U.K and cool Je und even let them- in pity. business.” - |
Frank Mas . England, with 1 s paid to Barbados selves be used for firewood when “No,” said Mr. Punch; “there was .
any "a . eee ovels Jamaica. r : the same eve- umble grass that spread every- bubble burst, it made a tiny silvery
(Colonel North is his Sher lock The party will stay at the Wind- ning where was the most useful thing of shout, no louder than the echo of a
Holmes) and many best seller sor Hotel



: all, for it gave food to the cows and whis Inly : i hear it,
historical novels including his lat- During the day he had inter- . o mT edema a Aap gcd So gi
























“ sia a ; es sheep and horses and made hidin#® ft was a shout of sparkling, sun-
est “Cutlass Empire, the story of Toronto Physician views with several prominent places for rll the smell ercatur s. shining joy. The bubble was happy CLUB
Fenn er ree i. and Mrs. Charles Becker officials, who had no +" or places te at last.” UE
amaica. of Toronto arrived from y
b ‘ s Canada yesterday morning by MORGAN
The masons were luncheon . & ’
ts of His Excellency and Mrs T.C.A. to spend abou’ five weeks’ B 7 back at the moment when only
Giatures 3 "Anti Bele Seaiet holiday in Barbades, They are —By Beachcomber one of the horse’s feet is on a
cana eae oes Tuenias ? staying at the Marine Hotel. zebra crossing the studs of which
e rh tg by the same plane OT long ago I supported the by marking certain chosen books *7& painted the wrong colour.
were Mr. and Mrs, William H. complaints of librarians with porridge, sprats, or clotted
Back North Hiscock of Windsor, Ontario, Mr. against their customers, Wishing marmalade, and saying a few 1 felt rather a fool
R. JOHN M. SHARPE, Presi- Hiscock is a retiied Bank Man- to exaggerate I denounced those well-chosen words.
ager,

readers who use kippers and eggs

dent of Electric Equipment
and bacon as bookmarks and for-

es headline Boy Flies Here
Co., Ltd., Saskatoon Saskatchewan

induced me to ring up the



WINNER OF “S),

Another Bim No preliminary sparring









7 ( )
and Mrs. Sharpe left yesterday sear. Senees. get to withdraw them when re- only Japanese fiy-sexer I know SALLY PARR (gcosmonotrranty)
by T.C.A. after spending part of M* BENNETT “biM" . Oliver turning the books, A smartly dressed English- well enough to bother. I suggested PUTLIP. SHAWN ¥, ore ny) se
the winter months in Barbados who is in the steel business Today 1 read that kippers and woman stepped from the train at that these must be girl flies, as sets = teat te tartan MONTH WALTER REED vee rrepensxt . Ouscey SiCveNSON - CRIES ama
staying at the Paradise Beach iM Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, paid pacon have been found in books Milan, and without a word slapped the boys are still asleep behind rodent by HELEN H. RATHVOM ont PAUL U. SLOANE
Club, his fourth visit to the island yes- at a Kettering library. As a the guard, the stationmaster, and pictures, He said that the head- â„¢~ sat buecnt ty PAUL H. SLOANE
Another departure yesterday by teTday when he arrived on the leader of literary fashions I am ler porter. line referred to King Feisal of Iraq Not Suitable for Child : 7
the same plane was Mrs, Ray tourist liner Stella Polaris. He was gratified to have started yet an- (News item.) on his way to Harrow. We both ‘ c oF Se ren.
Mantlart of Toronto " accompanied by his daughter other, Meanwhile, I shall a otoud E account of these three laughed heartily, and he said, EXTRA :—NEWS. REEL SHOWING FUNERAL OF
Kathleen, to open a new wing of any library blows struck on behalf of “Sorry you've been trebled, as the opens at 3 p-m. THE LATE KING,
R t d th Pi 5 international understanding ex- eae his triplets Said to the
uper an e ine Ogre 3. plains that it was a protest against ©#aest o piets. for sar
the cold reception given to her.
CROSSWORD galt ROXY ROYAL

| Receptions in future will probably

be even colder, Wedding

Riddle me that, my HOOPER—CLARKE

A quiet wedding took place at
St. Jude’s Church on February
13th when Miss Merle Floretta
Clarke, daughter of the late Mrs.
Martin Clarke, was married to
Mr. Lawson W. Hooper, son of
Mr. Darnley F,. Hooper of Con-
stitution Road. The Bride was

TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.15
and continuing Daily

IT'S CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!

Know how it
feels to fly
to the Moon!






TO-DAY & TO-MORROW,
4.30 & 8.15

| CHARLIE CHAPLIN in —
{
|

Dinner

| Trinity scholar

F a _ red-haired woman on
roller-skates pushes a tricycle
across a zebra crossing, the
| stripes of which are not exactls
}parallel, and collides with an
| official who is measuring the dis-

and “CITY LIGHTS”
and

“DEAD ON ARRIVAL”

With EDMOND O'BRIEN

Mon. & Tues, 4.30 & 8.15



Dancing



peoyaanit >

oO"































































When Pauline and the squirrel 1 go back and tell Gafter Jarge and jtance from one stud to another, given in marriage by Mr. Charles ° CHARLIE CH. LIN i
have gone their difterkns. ways see what the elves will do at sun- jcan she plead that the skates are Morris while the ’groom was ac- Every Night AEE Se
Across Rupert races homewards with his set by the withered oak?" Mrs. |not a vehicle, and that the tri- companied by his father. “MONSIEUR VERDOUX”
1. Make the star sit this way (7) sack of fir cones, Mrs. Bear meets Bear stares. “I’ve no idea what cycle was not for riding? And (E t S d )
¥. Some dine hours to be this. (¥) him and to her surprise Rupert is you're talking about,"’ she says {what redress has the man with The Bridesmaid was Miss Jean xcep unaay AND
i Shores 3 ya 4) cage: 2 go Siam out again. “You haven't had your tea yet, |a wheelbarrow full of old clothes, worris The ceremony was per-
4 Spotier un the “I've had such 4 dventure,”’ he but if it’s mportant you may li i 8 il Se a ; 4 i
14 Pall sick, (Sh cries.“ And it isn't finished. May go. Came back before dark.” | ‘t he bumps Into a sailor on horse-. formed by the Rev. Brathwaite. STRANGE WOMAN’
1. Reel back 4} LLLLLPL LLLP LDP PAA PDP AAPA APA AER : EXTRA
BY} hay be deen SO unpiemnent Z EF % iy AT NIGHT
collection. (4) WO y y Y a G 0 m ‘ SHOWS ONLY
‘ : ‘ s
a NOW 41N STOCK ... 7 - : ee Newareel_ Showing
n . y kK—
2) Fo the aot its noisy. (@) LADIES’ JERSEY NIGHT DRESSES, Pink & White, from $4.19 to $5.64 ee 8 See Se See Se Re % ! FUNERAL OF THE LATE
onwe LADIES _CELENESE PETTICOATS, Pink & White, from $1.84 to $4.88 Twentieth Century Fox technicolour MUSICAL — x KING
& Gften’ covetea with 12. (4) PANTS assets ete e eta tuep ae ney cette essen eens eee 7 Bed op aes “MEET ME AFTER THE SHOW" x )
S But Lem toon one Ike thie (6) RRR 686d ils OSs ves vcses ik coos, from $1.95 to $4.40 $ OLYMPIC
$ Magnitude. (a CHILDREN’S COTTON PANTIES .................5.. from 58c. to 78¢. Betty MacDonald — Eddie Rory x
6 Hake’s not steady giiten it does, ALSO _ GRABLE CAREY ALBERT CALHOURN $ TO-DAY to Monday, 4.30 & 8.15
(5) eadgear, ( . Brags tereniaenitlaaolies dace ih embers ee
1B Bedeck. (9) on PAS! one KNITTING WOOL — 3-PLY — Blue, Pink, Old Rose MONDAY and TUESDAY, 4.45 & 8.30 $ | columbia Smash Double —
Th Dest. (5) : Reset ay A MERA E RE RY RAPA ER TE ER PETC PPE Tey 38c. oz. | Fr - : ss . & a 4
te Gelb in anbaia ON, a, PICOTEE KNITTING WOOL, Green & Yellow .............. 33e. oz. SR Seer, Coote IEseAnE = [2 ee
20. 22 Down doesn’t. (4) LADIES GENUINE LEATHER AND PLASTIC HANDBAGS ALL AT AND % | Starring
Zi One by which pete return. (4) REDUCED PRICES | >
24 New Zealana parrot. (3) “CAUSE FOR ALARM” LORETTA YOUNG) 3 JON HALL-—-MARIE WINDSOR
fous ( A - ; = ¥ )
4 ‘Bollne’ A aeTRae EG mop OPENING WEDNESDAY Feb. 27th 5 & 8.20 » COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR and
ent. 1g, Rod(argus) 07. Bond. "0, T R E V ANS “THE MAN WITH A CLOAK” % Produced by GEORGE PAL “HE IS A COCKEYED
ae Gon) Ker bows 1 1 Delusions’ &. _ £2 S) Direc WONDER”
Olive: Lemon: 4 Anti: 5. Elect: 1, Joseph COTTEN — Barbara STANWYCK 3 ted by IRVING PICHEL.
Port; Humid: 10, Sombre; 11, Di 1 4220 . MS Extra: Starrin;
Nudhery: 14. Solo; 15. Peer: 16. Over! a YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 PPPPSSESEFESS49$900090068040646600046000086000606> NEWSREEL Showing FUNERAL | MICKEY ROONEY —
ciel nie OF THE LATE KING TERRY MOORE
oo PSS SSS
PLAZA CINEMAS GAIETY
cceceeeshonentenestniatitsaaa iene ical scien
eeth Loose DIAL 2310 DIAL 5170 DIAL 8404 The Garden—St. James
B TODAY to MONDAY 4.45 & 8.30pm B Doris DAY — Gordon MacRAE with the New Oo vray at ara ae ee LAST SHOW TONITE 8.30
ums Bleed ® LOU BUNIN'S MAGKCAL MERGER OF LIVE ACTION AND . Singing Sensation Jack SMITH in Z THE BIG PUNCH BRIDE FOR SALE
tums, 8 PUPPETRY! ‘ s —
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY





23, 1952

WILL ADMITTED
IN COMMON FORM

THE Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship M

G. L.

died May 14, 1948.

r. Justice

¢ Taylor in the Court of Ordinary yesterday admitted
in Commoh Form the will of Martin Luther Taylor. w

h

no

In admitting the will in Common Form, as had been
requested by Taylor’s widow, Mary, His Lordship made a
decision against caveator Clarence Taylor, an illegitimate
son of the deceased, and Allan Taylor, heir-at-law, whose
counsel Mr. E. W. Barvow argued that the will should be

admitted in Solemn Form.

Letters Of
Administration

In the Court of Ordinary yes-
terday, the Acting Puisne Judge
His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L,
Taylor granted two petitions for
Letters of Administration to
estates.

One was the petition of Byron
Francis of Vaughn’s Hill, St. An-
drew, a labourer, for letters of ad-
ministration to the estate of» his
wife, Eloise Francis, late of St.
Sylvan’s Village, St. Joseph.

The other was the petition of
Fiora C. Haynes of Paradise Gap,
Spooners Hill, St. Michael, widow,
to the estate of her husband Oliver
Seymour Haynes, late of Greaves
Land, Black Rock.

Mr. J. E, T. Brancker, instructed
by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce,
solicitors, appeared for Haynes.

Adjournment

His Lordship adjourned consid-
eration of the petition of Etheline
Phillipa Blackman of Chapel Gap,
Paynes Bay, St. James, for letters
of administration to the estate of
her husband Joseph R. Blackman,
deceased.





Mr. D. H. L. Ward, instructed
by Messrs Haynes & Griffith,
Solicitors, appeared for E, P.
Blackman.

The other petition over which
consideration was adjourned was
Gwendoline Blackman’s of Clem-
ent Rock, St. Joseph, housewife,
for le ters of administration to the
estate of her husband K. Black-
man, formerly-of Clement Rock, a
chauffeur, but late of Port-of-
Spain, Trinidad.

Mr. E. W. Barrow, instructed by
Mr. E, D. Rogers,. solicitor, ap-
peared for the petitioner.

The wills of the following five
persons were admitted to probate:

George Francis Piggott, St.
Michael; John Benjamin Broomes,
Christ Church; Lilian Gertrude
Patrick, Christ Church; Edward
Waith, St. Thomas



Scout Jamboree
A‘ippeal Fund

Thanks to the generosity of 4
number of business houses and
individuals the Fund launched by
the Executive Committee of the
Boy Scout Association gathered
another hundred dollars yester-
aay,

With



the Jamaica Jamboree
fixed for early next month the
fund has only a few days to go.

Scouting has done and will
continue to do much for the youth
of this i§l@hd and so it deserves



Mr.
Messrs
Solicitors,
berbatch, Solicitor,
the widow.

Two wills. came up for
sideration before the Court.
was begun in 1943 and was
ished on December 29, 1945.
was th me a sholograph
the widow had asked to
admitted. The other will
written in toto on December
1945.

Besides giving other grounds on
which he held the will should
not be admitted in . Common
Form, Mr. Barrow said that it had
not been. the intention of the
testator that the document asked
to be admitted to probate should
be a holograph will or a will at
all. The Testator, he said, had
obviously intended to get wit-
nesses to the will, but no wit-

Barrow was
Hutchinson

Mr. H.,

instructed by
& Banfield,
QO, St.cC. Cum-
appeared for

con-
One
fin-
This
will
be
was
25,

nesses had signed it. Besides the
will on December 25 contained
a revoration clause and would
have revoked part of the will
which began in 1943.
Handwriting

The caveator had in evidence
denied that the will the Widow
asked to be admitted was not in
the handwriting of Martin Tay-

lor.

His Lordship, however, decided
that the writing which the cavea-
tor denied to be his father’s and
that Which hé admitted to be his
father’s were identical.





The case had been adjourned
until yesterday when a _ decision
was to be made,

Yesterday His said

Lordship

that the newspaper report of the
judgment he had given on the
caveat entered in the case had
reported him as saying, “His
Lordship said that his attention
had been drawn to rule 7 and he
gathered from that rule that a
holograph will was a_ peculiar



kind of will, but despite that, it
could be admijted in Common
Form.”

He said he had never said any
such thing, what he did say was
that holograph will was a
peculiar kind of will but that fn
spite of its being a peculiar kind
of will, rule 7 permits it to be

proved in Common Form like any
ordinary will where it is not con-
tested

Different Dates

“The widow of the testator has
propounded one will which at the
beginning bears the date 10th
October 1943 and at the end the
date 29th December, 1945,” he
said. ‘‘This ‘will be signed by the
testator.”

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°
Appointments
@ From Page 1

Mrs. Olga Yearwood, to be

Laundress, Mental Hospital with

effect from 10th. January, 1952.
*

Information has be€en rectived
from the Colonial Office that Mr

W. C. Johnson, C.M.G., C.B.E.,
relinquished his appointment as
Inspector General of Colonial

Police at the Colonial Office on
ist, Novemb er, 1951, on the ex-
piry of his period of secondment
from the Home Office and re-
joined that Department at the
request of the Home Secretary

Mr. W. A. Muller, C.M.G.,
lately Commissioner of Police,
Tanganyika, has been appOinted
to sueceed Mr. Johnson In-
spector General with cffect from
Ist. November, 1951.



as

Among the testator’s papers, he
said, there was another will also
in his handwriting. and bearing
the date December 25, 1945.

“This latter will bears the sig-
nature of two witnesses but it is
not signed by the testator. Before
29.12.45, the testator appears to
have been in two minds. The dis-



position of the property in each
will is slightly different. On
10.10.48, he started to make a

will, This is the will which at the
end bears the date 29.12.45. From
an examination of this will, I
have come to the conclusion that
on 10.10.43, he wrote far as
the words, “given to my daughter
Ucal Geneva till she comes.”

as

The last eight
on 29.12.45, The
those lines were written was
obviously fresher and did not
appear td have been diluted as
did the ink in which the remain-
der of the will was written.

lines were added

ink with which

Testimonium Clause
“Now,” he said, “in the will of
.12.45, there is at the end what
purports ta be a_ testimonium
clause and in it a space is left
for this signature or at any rate
his name, but neither his name
nor his signature appears.

“The attention of the testator
is what matters and I am satis-
fied that the testator intended the
will of the 29th and that alone
to be his last will and testament.
T will therefore admit this will
dated 29.12.45,”


























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this woman was trying to keep ee ' mere x ey ign ac ” ; increase _ Winifred Norris, Alice Cowles, K aos a ro _
a sheep and you just wall ed alon; tt z lis lags - yp ne : Mecuoe te anaet GO, fom aoa bie renara PLANE CRASH KILLS SIX
} = ’ 7 > . ~ > ihe disease ‘om , o domes- oe - auc 4 . r Vola * Dorot?
and took up her sheep,” His Wor- tie animals. The State Health NEW DELHI. India has been increased. During ss] ¢ Pug G
ship Mr. G, B, Griffith told Department blame oxe: o. An agreement was signed on joct year over 2,500,000 tong of Pusste Annie Jone Sidney Mart KINGSVILLE, Texas, Feb. .22.
: 5 k lamed foxes who, K nN 3 last year over i ¥ 4
Samuel Sobers alias “Pander” of weakened by the disease seek Januaty 5 in New Dethi_between ooal was exported, which is more aha Martin, Re 1 Griffith and Tac Fo US, fliers were killed and
Eagle Hall, St. Michael, when he barnyards and suburban residen- india and the United States of than double the quantity exported ee. Puadke Riee—Vivian Gill, Reginai wo her per injured when
sentenced him yesterday to six tial areas to prey upon slower Amerita under which American jn 1950 Griffith and La Putna their twin engined B 40 plane
months’ imprisonment with hard moving domestic animals, because "nanc! ! istance will be avail- To Jamatca—-Fred Mathe ad Glad rashed just after it cleared the
labour for stealing sheep, the they were not able to catch nor- able for speeding up the develop- r te ceabbitiide-dOhih roll, Jan Begg TUNWay of Kingsville Naval Aux-
property of Winifred Fields mal game, ment projects in India, special . ; Moy pk iiary Air Station
The offence was committed..c At Harrisburg, Pennsy¥lvania a attention being paid to the Social education in Kashmir To rust mui Hele Thy ater plunged into a
September 3, 1951. Mr. L. Wil- Ted fox sneaked into a housing encouragement of co-operative has made rapid strides during st so anise: thicket « ind one half miles
Sai oe . r 7 development area ¢ attae endeavour by the peorle them- the last two years. Determined Maer t Ralph Mu SE Ete ah ' . wes
liams who appeared on behalf of Gevelopmen a and attacked Ced het, Denise J from the end of the runway.
Sobers, asked the court to extend three persons before a policeman selves'@nd the community toward to carry light and knowledge to j°)) ne Pt Req Two pilots and four passengers
i “ashe: § fra yas 5 development schemes, The agree- the farthest and most backward ‘alex fequena, Rev 1B were aboard the slane which: avas
, ed enieney as possible There have also beeh several mentwas signed on behalf of areas of the State, the Govern- row Gill, A Owe routine training flight frond
Wal . a . igs instances of rabid animals India by Jawaharlal Nehru, ment, a_ couple of years ago, Fapineau, George Wright errer ville § +i ie hora —
a i ae — + ite me oe attacking persons attd domestic Prime Minister and Minister for organized forty Social Education re Bt. Sthesht ah a rmer, Doug “i uthoriti aaa then
sheep was valued at £2. Cpl. Watts animals External Affairs. The United Centers in the Provinces of iyne, Ena Grant, Noreen Hazell and , a , satis a win Le
told the court that on September [pn an effort to stamp out the States. Ambassador — in India. Kashmir and Jammu, Today the patsy Thoma eM ita ‘UP.
3 about 1.10 p.m. he received disease, officials made use of fox Chester Bowles, signed on behalf number has _trebled. To, Trintdad.George ‘Thor appointer " as
report from District A” Sta- hunts and poisoned ¢rows. of the Government of the United
tion and went along to Bush Hall —vU.P. States.
while on that rox he saw the
defendant with a sheep. When irene Layout plans for a_ penicillin i]
the defendant saw him he drop- Y ¥ factory in India and its adminis-
ped the sheep and ran U.S. Planes for trative ouildings, have now been ee
“IT took charge of the sheep and finalised. The factory is to go '
carried it to the Station,” Cpi lialians into production in 1953.
Watts told the court., " : $
The colour of the sheep was NAPLES, Feb. 20
brown, To Mr. Williams Cpl. _ United States Admiral Robert The government of India have
Watts said he went to Bush Hall B. Carney, Commander-in-Chief accepted a proposal by the Bur-
after he heard that a man was Of Southern Atlantic Pact Forces, ma-Shell group of oil companies
trying to sell a sheep for $5 oa that the U.S. is sending F84 for the establishment by the lat-
warrant was issued for the de-& vunder Jets” to the Italian Air- ter of a modern oil refinery in €o er. nthe a
fendant. orce, He said two of the jets Bombay, with a capacity — of rrosion costs ou a ?e@ar
Po lice Constable Emerson * teh are in «ei ie ates 1,500,000 tons per Sen B74 r : Weiiends Mon eal bie ‘ meio, * 3S
Howard, keeper he criminat WOuld leave shortly aboard ‘the agreement follows broadly the a
SEaU tee sie he noalttt That freighter Flying Spray from New lines ‘of agreement of November t > | { { O you know the amount of
knew the defendant wha Had five Yor ik orrivinns oe in Febru- 30, Waly with the Standard- , Corrugated Iron imperted inte
previous convictions for larceny. ey to be tk ‘: rent eine aoe wre Oil Company of New tropical countries every viar ?
S tame Wanuine ow ee Pp usec > tre ane rk. : ; :
On the last conviction he was will be followed by wadaltionat The figure is astonishing.y high, an
en hee eraeer® hipments.” . « eo allowing for new Works the
t 1 hard labour for steai- The Flying Spray. wi l - a s o »
ing an oil stove, briny five Pe ccoten ‘et i iI rica Increased industrial production, r nee lea cane a heavy forfeit for
Before sentencing Sobers, His for training purposes. * PANES favourable balance of trade, and dack of taking proper Precaations
Worship Mr. Griffith told him The F 84° r t . slight rise in price levels, were . .
Mr. Gri 8 currently being used ;
that he must try and live an as a_ ground upporting fighter the highlights in the economy of Protection ~~ ae with
honest life; although his record bombers are rated in the Sabave India. Industrial production,
howed that he was trying to go 500 m.p.h./ class.”—U.P according to the. preliminary g
raight for a period of one yea am estimates, shows a steady upward
he: would have to: be sent a ab ad bi pert trend ‘with an average monthly
on for this offence : RATES OF EXNCUANGE increase of about 20% over the |
“ ¥ FR , PERRU yo 19h9 . 46 fig “s . ; ‘
i, “hope when you serve the PRIDAY, VEERUARY 22, 198 the 1946 figures, AntiéCorrosive Paint
sentence you wi try to live a (inelual Newfoun@lana * * * Bo
good life,” Mr Griffith told i% p Sian san Seite | bs p — for every INCH of metal,
Sobers. Demand Dr 71.65% p Another step towards improv- bs. ct FEPROGENE i : :
psa heen ue a India’s transport economy | ag, \ FEE NOGENE 18 an anti-corrosive
. Te 1.8% pr. Currens taken January 10 when | \ paint designed for the tropics. It clings
David Niven Fare ious be Prime Minister Nehru laid the} ‘ y closely tc the suvtace of metai-work;forming
foundation stone of Kandla Port / a damp-proof, ai £ ates 5
( -proof, air-proof skin which preserves
@ From Page 1 MAIL NOTICE in the Gulf of Kutch. | & $es [fe alin sFieston ‘
ite : Muilé for St, Vincent, Grenada, Trinidad, Kandla is intended to be one| ) ilmost indefinitely, In three attractive
Mr. Niven was wearing a con- jamaica via Trinidad and British Gulanw of! 'Indid’s major “ports on her} ) shodes : Red, Grey ar4 “.een
servative brown check suit, brown by the R.M.S. Lady Rodney will be closed 3,000-mile lon coast line and} Mahdfactorers: BURRELL'S PAINTS, Mitcham, Surrey
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Finished “Nina”
Mr. Niven has just finished a

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This is Mr. Niven’s first visit to

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BARBADOS fq ADVOGATE

Gaaeee= Ss wetSe Gennes ce)

Printed by Me Adverse Co., Lid., Broad St, Bridsetows

Saturday, February 23, 1952

—_ _— - —_——=

Veehnical School

IN the Labour Party’s electioneering
pamphlet, “Labour Marches On,” the
statement is made that in the very near
future the party will “expand the present
scheme for industrial training.” This
statement is very ambiguous. It may be
interpreted to mean that the party intends
to support the recommendations made in
“Vocational and Technical Training,”
which is now being studied by a special
Committee: it may be interpreted to
mean something else.

or

Everyone hopes that it means that a
beginning will soon be made towards the
creation of a good secondary technical
school,

There is one augury of good intentions.
Major Darlington, who returned to British
Guiana last week came here at the special
invitation of the Government of Barbados
so that the local committee which is
studying the “Vocational and Technical
Training” pamphlet at the request of the
Government, might have the benefit of
his advice. Major Darlington has given
that advice and no gift of prophecy is
necessary to suppose that it will not be
taken in the form in which he gave it.

Yet everyone would argue that it was
worth hearing his advice. Only, after
hearing it, the committee should lose no
time in coming to a decision and the Gov-
ernment should at once acquaint the pub-
lic with the contents of that decision.

What is that decision likely to be? It
is impossible to forecast the actual details
of their decision but it seems reasonably
certain that the Government intends to
make a beginning with technical educa-
tion and that expenditure on technical
education has been allowed fok in the
estimates which will be introduced soon
in the Assembly and Legislative Council.

It seems also certain that this expendi-
ture will be on a modest scale and will by
no means provide what is wanted. Yet
any expenditure designed to inaugurate a
system of technical education will be wel-
come as a sign of conversion and ack-

nowledgment of the fact that nothing

restricts Barbadian chances of employ-
ment at home and abroad more than the
absence of facilities for acquiring techni-
eal education.

The views of its champions are con-
tained in the pamphlet “Vocational and
Technical Training.” This pamphlet was
submitted in the form of a unanimous
report by a select committee which met
on 85 occasions, beginning on 17th July,
1946. The report paid tribute to an attempt
made in 1944 to establish a_ technical
school and mentioned a coniprehensive
report prepared by Mr. C. G. Crawford to
which that attempt was indebted.

Progress towards a technical school has
been a long and painful progress and the
ninth year has been reached since Mr.
Crawford reported in 1943.

The public which has suffered most
from the delay in starting a technical
school is impatient of further delay. The
Government realises this and will no
doubt urge the committee to express its
decisions before the estimates are pub-
lished- Whether the Committee decides
to add a technical wing to Combermere
School or to convert Combermere entire-
ly into a Technical School or decides
against utilising any existing school, are
important factors affecting expenditure.

It is, obviously important that limited
funds should be wisely spent and it is
essential that the greatest possible use be
made of existing schoo] buildings.

Of equal importance is the inter-mesh-
ing of facilities provided by the Evening
Institute with the programme of the tech-
nical school. Until the technical school
is producing adequate numbers of correct-
ly trained technicians only the Evening
Institute can fill the gaps in knowledge
experienced by those who have already
entered industry without having had the
requisite preliminary technical education,
No less important will be the liaison be-
tween the Board of the Technical School
and the Director of Education. It would
obviously be undesirable for the Board to
operate in vacuo, suspended from. the

normal educational programme of the
island.

It would, on the other hand, be tragic
and would mutilate tthe functions of a
technical school if its board of directors
were academicians.

Only if the technical school is influ-







enced, directed and controlled by a Board |

which is fully representative of commerce
and industry will its role in the commun-
ity be properly fulfilled. No doubt these
points are appreciated by the committee
and the Government. The public should
know soon.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952



Untold Stories Of The NOBODY'S |
Man Who Was King





By NORMAN PRICE He'd taken on a diffleult job and
MOST of us knew him as 4 fhe kr t, and he wasn’t going to
formal and rather careworn King give himself any quarter at all,
He sat in the Royal carriage with He was in his rooms at No. 145,
his beaming Queen, and waved Piccadilly, when he was Duke of
graciously, as a monarch should, at York, and the cries of the news
the applauding crowds. sellers in the streets outside were

We saw photographs of him with like the desolate calling of seagulls,



his delightful little family. We as they announced King Edward's

glimpsed, sometimes, a ghost of a bdication

smile around his stern mouth rhe lonely man who was to be-

corners come King wet his lips and said,
On the radio, at Christmas, as with his slight stutter that until

we pushed away the pudding plate
and carried the tuykey carcase into

that night hed been unimportant:
“I w-will try to d-do my b-best,

the kitchen, while Dad poured out and no m-man can d-do more.
the port wine, we heard the King B-but it’s the little g-girls 1 am
voice, speaking to us all. worried about.

During those first years, it fal-
tered and stumbled. It was a brave
voice, and somehow, it raised little
gusts of emotion in us, and made
the Christmas dinner sit a bit
uneasily. We were anxious for him.

Changed Voice

Then, as the years passed, came

that mellowness and sure voice of

He kept saying that Elizabeth
must have a chance at a normal
full life before she came to the
Throne. He had stood in the
shadow of the Throne all his life,
ind he knew the weight of a crown
upon so young a brow.

Yet he was a very informal man,
when life would let him be. He

a King who knew his job. We re- enjoyed his shooting parties at
laxe@ our hands beneath the table, 5@9dringham. It wasn’t so much
and listened, not in sympathy, but ‘he killing of game that pleased

him, but the getting away into the
lields, and copses, with a few
friends

in a kind of detached love, for the
man who served us all, and who



had, in his Royal humbleness, and the.two or three sun-
learned the magic of greatness. burned, simple-hearted game-
The meek had inherited the repers,
kingdom. He loved to tease Amos, his chiet
Then, this last time, we heard gamekeeper, who had a_ little
the voice almost of a stranger. It patien srnile that was all his own
was hoarse and strained. Yet it '0° the King’s leg-pulling
was the voice of the same King _ “No birds again, Amos!” the
we had known, and who had King would grumble, after the
taught us to love him, He was a beaters had been through a covert
man with death upon his should- with little luck. “No game at all,
er, and the King knew it, though Amos! vould say. “What the
we did not devil are you doing all the time.
All the time, behind the gilded while I'm away in London?”

curtains of Royalty, lived a man ;
that none of us knew. The Last Entry
None of us will truly know him, Amos would grin knowing that
as his wife and daughters knew his coverts were as well stocked as
him. Even Prince Charles, inquir- any in the kingdom. And it was
ing now, in faltering baby voice, not many weeks ago that the King
for “Grandpa”, who is dead, knew held a little party to celebrate the
him better than we did. achievement of his life’s ambition
Much of his story will always he had bagged his thousandth
remain untold. But there remain a woodcock!
few crumbs, by which those of us ‘I want to get a thousand,” said
who were always outside the Pal- King George, happy in his all-too-
ace gates may judge and love the rare role of country squire, And he
man who laid down his life in our did get a thousand. His score was
service. 1,030, the week before he died.
“I remember the King,” says a Every one of them was entered in
stable boy holding his pint of beer the Sandringham game book, such
in the little canteen bar that used as all country squires keep, in his
to be kept in the Royal Mews be- awn firm, neat handwriting.
hind Buckingham Palace, “I re- Nine hares, two pigeons” is the
member the King coming across last entry, on the afternoon before
the Mews yard one morning when he brushed the mud off his country
i

it was so chilly that your boots ots and walked into Sandring-
rang against, the cobbles. He had ham for his last afternoon tea.

come to look at one of his horses.
“There was deaf old George Bu
Wollard, the harness-cleaner, bel-

Big Fight News

he was never a stickler for

formality. He had a touch of the
lowing to another stable Ban HA same instinct that was in his
George was the man who took @ brother, Edward, for cutting
broom to clean away the stable dirt through the red tape.

from the path of distinguished

On the night of the first Tur
visitors. Robinson fight | aby at yg enn
" “He was nearly stone deaf, and, quet at Buckingham Palace in
like most deaf chaps, old George honour of the Queen of Denmark.
used to shout at the top of his It was the first time the B.B.C.
voice, had broadcast from the Palace.
“It Doesn’t Hurt” The King was too ill to attend

“The King came near, with this the banquet, but he sat up in his
chief groom, and a couple of poor. listening to the broadcast of
equerries, His Majesty was trying the big fight.
to say something to them, but no- At last, guests assembled, austere
body could hear anything for the ©d glittering, with Princess Eliza-
noise of old George's voice. - beth deputising for her father.

“The King stands itfora minute, Then, down the stairs came a
then he taps old George on the messenger, with a slip of paper fo:
shoulder and says ‘Look here, Princess Elizabeth. She opened
Wollard, who wears the Crown, !!, wonderingly. It was from her
around here, you or me?’ father, the King.

“Then he laughs, and George It said, simply; “Tell them that
laughs, and in a minute everybody Turpin has won.” It was in his
else is laughing.” own handwriting, and Princess

It was a young racehorse in the Elizabeth read it aloud with a
Royal stables at Sandringham, they Pleased little smile.
say, in October of 1948, that gave Still Joking
the first hint of what might be The King ws a good-natured
wrong with the King’s health. host. At Sandringham, on that last

The young racehorse trod on the shoot of his life, he was in great
King’s foot, scrunched it under his good humour, and directed the
metal-shod hoof. shoot personally, placed the guns

There was immediate concern and told his few guests when to
for the King, but he simply said walk up. He was merciless in his
with a wry smile: “It doesn’t hurt leg-pulling when anybody missed
a bit. I've lost the feeling in that an easy one.
foot, some time ago.” One member of his party banged

This Was the start of his illness, both barrels at : hare, and missed
for when the doctors examined it.
the King a few days afterwards A> gruff, stern-sounding voice
they found serious trouble with his boomed out “Can't hit a thing
blood flow, to-day, can you, Harold?” It was

But Prince Charles was about to the King, his voice distorted by his
be born, and the King said: lung — operation, but
“Don't tell Elizabeth, for we twinkling.
mustn’t have her worried at a Nearly all those
time like this.” that his father,

his eyes

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The Cost Of Living

To the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR,—The burning question ot
the high cost of living seems to be
culminating to a frenzy on this causing the populace to be less
island. Ineed, one shudders to disgruntled at the high cost of
think what would eventually be living
the effeets of this question, when It shoula be ever borne in
prices of essential articles are that for a country
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threaten us. Already there are
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mind
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such a state viz. proper and ade-
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scheme of sorts chiefly among shelter and medicine whenever

which is obtaining certain needful required, It is expected of the
articles on credit, “in order tomake leading personages of the ec ountry
ends meet”, with the remote hope to use their initiative in contrib-
of being able to honour the obliga-.«uting to such a state of well-being.
tions, If things ere to continue In this case the Importer-Merchant
in such a way, or become worse, a is expected to do his best in his
serious disruption in the smooth sphere, as suggested, in assisting to
running of business, it is feared, ease the burden which the high
may be occasioned to say nothing cost of living has wg on all,
of the disconcerting consequences JOSEPH A. GOMES
which may befall the family Jife 2ist February, 1952.

c se > T J ass ‘gete)

f those of the middle class wh¢ ‘Mass Cut os Mud’

incidentally; suffer the mosi

To the Editor, The Advocate;
Now, it is noised in certain com SIR,—I am at a loss—and so
mercial circles that the importer- are) many with whom I have

merchant -enjoys a_ satisfactory spoken—to understand what your







draw-back on commodities han- leader writer of Tuesday, 19th
dled from most overseas markets inst. wanted to convey to his
at the end of each year. And it readers, —
is particularly emphasised that the . One thing he has done is to
ironmonger and the lumber mer- display a woeful ignorance of
chant enjoy the greatest draw- Scouting as well as to admit that
backs. Such assist them to pay Lord Rowallan’s reasoning, and
increased wages to their worker: : ” ge Ma matter, is too sub-
te 7 Og hag 8, ts Sah tle for him.
living” tndales dintitbarte wh ti Nothing that the noble Lord
considered ae. fabulous Soniede said to the Chamber of Com-
which range fron twelve metre was at variance with what
months to eighteen months wage 1S#ld in either of my broadcasts;
cheque: pep woven This -dae rather did he confirm all that I
look like crammin some nd ae ee ane veer Zn
* a ASO)
eer the others. Certainly out “The Chief Scout said that our
of prop n job,was to make ‘men’ not angels
If the ove is true would it not gut of bad little boys. He meant
be better or a little more equitable ‘men’ of character. He meant
if the merchants concerned should they were to be made out of the
reduce the volume of bonuses to little boys—boys of all sorts,
Say three or four months wage good as well as bad. Lord Row-
cheque ver worker, and thus ut'l- allan more than once in his sev-
ise the draw ck effecting an eral addresses reminded his lis-
all-round reduct n the cost of teners that Scouting is for boys

j

DIARY

the head keeper, our King George | Monday—tThere is, I learnt today one other

VI did personally. Sometimes he

!

handed out the plates and cups |

from the picnic baskets.

When old Amos, his head keeper, |
became ill, the King limped to his |
»edside,
same sort of banter
between them on shooting days. |

When the King had gone, old!
Amos was sitting up in bed, with

: grin on his lips, and his cheeks |
flushed.

loved master.
In the warm summer evenings

|

and rallied him with the |
that passed

|

He died before his be- |

the King liked to stroll alone from: |

Sandringham, across
parkland, to play tennis with Lord
Fermoy, his neighbour.
to sit On a wooden bench at the
side of the cricket field in front of
the pavilion that he had rebuilt
after it was accidentally burned
down.

And he never forgot the village
school at Sandringham. “The King
was just a country gentleman to
us,” says Mr. S. Willis, headmaster
of the secondary modern school at
Dersingham, where most of the
180. pupils are children of San-
dringham staff,

“He gave the ground upon which
the school was built, and in 1947
he revived the old Royal custom
of presenting a Bible every year}
to the scholar who best knew the |

would inspect every room thor-

He liked |

the estate |

oughly and question the children. |

He knew most of them by name.”

“If Nazis Come”

He could always find a joke
\bout anything that did not work,
any formal pomposity that did not
quite come off. During the war
invasion threat of 1940 the King
was given instructions in how to
use a Sten gun, in case enemy
paratroopers might try to seize
him,

Guards officers came to teach
him. But when the King picked

up the first Sten gun it promptly |

jammed. He picked up another,
end that jammed too.

He smiled ruefully, "There, you |
see,” he said, “that always hap- |
pens when I ‘touch machinery. I)
only hope it doesn’t happen if 7)
Nazis come!”

Yet, when the Nazis did come
and bombed Buckingham Palace,
it was not only on the occasion
that Mr. Churchill mentioned on
Thursday night, when the King
escaped narrowly. There is still a
Fomb splinter embedded in the
wall of the ground-floor room
where the King used to sleep
during the raids. It smashed
through the Window-shutters, and
is in the wall just over the King’s
bed.

He was never so happy in the,
city as in the country, where his|
heart belonged. He loved trees
and fields. A gale blew a giant
elm down a couple of years ago
at Buckingham Palace. The tree
fell across the famous Queen |
Victoria lawn. When the King)
was told by telephone he motored |
down that same afternoo, from |

Sandringham to inspect the dam-
age.

“My Goodness—”

The head gardener was told of |
the King’s arrival. Hastily he
serambled
jacket and striped trousers and
walked out on to the lawn,

“Ah, there you are!” said the
King. “This tree is still alive. If
we are quick about it we can get
her replanted, don't you think”?

The head gardener agreed. “I'd |
like to get a qualified team of |
foresters down to do the job, Your |
Majesty,” he said.

The King nodded. “All right,
but how much will the foresters
cost”,

About £50, Sir.”

There was a moment’s horrified |
silence, The King said: “My good- |
ness, man, do you think I’m ada
of ———meney?” The Queen laid
her hand gently upon His Majes-
ty’s arm,

“Not in front of the staff, dear,”
she said, with a little smile,

And it was

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into his official black |

|

“in front of the)

staff” that brave King George VI)

spent most of his days,
monarch on parade.
glimpses that come to us of the|

why he was s loved.

not men. B. P.’s, Movement is|
known as “Scouting for Boys”
and the object of Scouting is to |
make ‘men’ out of boys. Your)
leader writer seems to | assume}
that Lord Rowallan meant that}
men were to be made out of men)
or perhaps ‘mud’,

In my last broadcast I merely |
reminded the lay folk whose co-|
operation I am soliciting that the
Scoutmaster was assisting them |

as al
But the few |

|

duties as host man himself show something ot |
| Friday—Today I found myself in the Post

|

{

in looking after their boys. I|

did not specify any particular |
type of boy and as the greater
always includes the lesser if must
be assumed that good as well as|
bad little boys were meant.
All teachers look after peop!
children and assist parents
turning out good citizens, Scout. |
masters are also teachers. They |
teach through the Patrol System
and I referred to some of their
failures being due to their not
implementing this system.
ing to implement the Patrol Sys-
tem has nothing to do with fail-

| '

ing to keep the Scout Law. The,

best Scoutmaster in the world,
as far as keeping the Scout Law
is concerned, may yet fail to
implement the Patrol System and
so fail in
the little
Troop.
Your leader writer’s reference
to the blind leading the blind is

“devils”

making ‘men’ out of,
in his Scout |

|

by no means a paraphrase of my.

statement that Scoutmasters fail
because they do not implement |
the Patrol System, He further |
puts the cart before the horse |
when he obgerves that a boy is |
not a good boy or a good man
if he is not keeping the Scout
Law. It should be that the Scout
who is not keeping the Scout
Law
not become a good man.

is not a good boy and will

I could go on almost ‘ad infini-|

tum showing how your leader
writer not only contradicts him-
self but displays his ignorance

of Scouting as well as his
ability to
ty of both
my own

in-
appreciate the subtle-
Lord Rowallan’s and
argument.
Yours Sincerely,
J. E. GRIFFITH
Island Commissioner.

Thursday—Local journalists are slap bang in

way of making money out of livestock |

besides getting free swill for pigs. But

it affects butchers only. In my neigh-|
bourhood there lives a man who is known |
as the diseased meat butcher. His trade|

is to buy all the broken down pieces of
livestock he can find still on their feet
and he doesn’t refuse any. That’s what
I’m told and who am I to say it isn’t
true?

Tuesday—It sounded so strange in February

to hear St. Philip’s Mr. Mottley talk
about members of this August House. St.
Philip’s Mr. Mottley has a style all his
own; it reminds me of the sound of eggs
frying in the pan: the words come sizz-
ling out with crackles: and besides the
glint in his eyes unhidden by spectacles
you can see his moving finger pointing
now at Mr. Speaker, now at Mr. Barrow
and now at nobody in particular. I
mention Mr. Barrow because he’s a bit
of a finger wagger himself.

Scriptures. When he paid a call he | Wednesday—One of the billions of things

about which I’ve remained in ignorance
until today is the use of black sea eggs or
cobblers. I though I had stumbled on a
minor industry for making toilet brushes
from black sea-eggs’ prickles when I saw
two lads brushing the prickles off cob-
blers on a beach. I) was so interested to
find out what they were doing that I
never worried to ask them if they real-
ised the mess they were making of the
beach. If I had they would never have
let me into their secret. They use the
black sea eggs’ body when it has been
deprickled for bait. You put the body on
a hook and sling your line out to sea.
Porgis love it I was told and these two
boys were sure of getting 30 lbs of fish
from their two dozens or so cobblers sans
prickles.

the English newspaper tradition when
they devote so much space to the open-
ing of new latrines. I remember an old
colleague who now slaves at a sub-
editor's desk with a dozen or more slaves
in London telling me of his column and
a half in a Yorkshire paper describing
his town’s first urderground lavatory. If
I remember rightly the Mayor and Cor-
poration turned out in full morning dress
and there were bouquets of roses all
over the lavatory. Personally I’m all in
favour of publicity for lavatories and as
a street walker for many years I can
notice little lavatory improvement in
Bridgetown today. Only the other night
in the Trafalgar Square park alias the
ex-Central Foundry I discovered a lady
coming from behind my car. I don’t
know where else she could have gone for
cover because the nearest ladies lavatory
that I know about was in Goddard’s
Restaurant and even supposing she
could afford to patronise Goddards it
would have been shut by that time. The
only thing I can say in favour of Bridge-
town lavatories is that you can find one
or two if you keep trying but I remem-
ber walking all over St. John’s in
Antigua before I finally found rest in the
Harbour Masters. The peopie who hold
up the buildings of lavatories in Bridge-
town have obviously never needed them
in a hurry, otherwise they might under-
stand why they are so urgently needed.

Office (not looking for my post which
gets to me sooner or later) but trying
to find a telephone directory. It may
have been there but if so it was well and
truly hidden. In case it isn’t there don’t
you think it’s time somebody thought of
putting one in or maybe two or three
would be better, with phones to go with
them of course. Lots of people who tele-
phone me don’t have telephones so they
must be terrible nuisances to their
neighbours.

ies Saturday—Owing to the rising cost of living

(you don’t have to believe this story if
you don’t want to) I’m trying to educate
my four-year-old son at home and Pm
learning a lot of things as a result. I
don’t mean the words he uses. They are
a reflection of the words he hears and a
lot of people call at our house every day,
What surprised me and wakes no echoes
of my own childhood is his love of two’s.
He not only makes them in preference to
all other letters or figures but he sees a
lot more in them than you or I would.
He makes them “praying”, “sitting”,
“swimming”, “kicking” and with “one
leg cocked up.”

I hope this isn’t a sign of heredity. It
would be a terrible thing to have one's
own son trying to earn a living by the
use of his imagination, but I’m afraid
mathematicians have, even at age four,
a greater respect for figures than my
son,

P.S.—I am plé&sed to learn about the
S-P.C.A.’s stray dog activities, but turn
to page seven of Wednesday’s Advocate
and tell me if any of the stray dogs you
see look like that one.

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FISHING BOAT LAUNCHED ON WEDNESDAY |



Wrecked On Thursday

WITHIN thirty-six hours of being launched, the fish-
ing boat “Dawn”, owned by Charles Donald McKenzie of
Holetown, was driven ashore on Thursday night and com-
pletely smashed. :

McKenzie launched his newly completed boat last
Wednesday evening about 5.30 o’clock, but it was too late
to ballast it, and he moored it off Holetown.

epee arey The sea was a then, and
except for light squalls appearin

"Plane Club in th. aaa mar caus
Thursday morning, it was other-

wise a fair day. During ‘the

Lectures Start night, however, the s@a on the

i western coust became choppy,

Tuesday Night and the vessel'broke its moorings

It was driven ashore where it

The first of the series of lec- wa; severely battered on the

tures to be given by the Barbados shoals. Except for the sails

Light Aeroplane Club will be being saved, ihe hull was a com-
held at the British Council, plete wreck.

“Wakefie'd” at 8.00 p.m. on Tues-
day night next when movies ex-
Plaining “The Theory of Flight”
will be shown. Everyone is in-
vited

Drifting
After four days of drifting,
the crew of the fishing boat Sea

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L- hin ; . . hn Guiana singing competition; Tuesd : go 2 succeeded in cases of Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
to these lectures, ofA abandoned their vessel Sea Tom Brandt, ballad singer of the ©" Tuesday evening 26th Feb-| which previously seemed hopeless. What it bas done for others,
On Thursday night the B.L.A.C. Lord when they were picked up Gipsy Caravan programme over ruary in the Christian Scienc: | : do fe !
held a meeting at which Mr. >Y mite, fishing boat skippered ZF -Y.: Enid King who is termed Church, Garrison Hill \ i can do for you
Ww Godds hair by Tom Pollard who refused to ain. Sere oe = Y ileceke , j
Se ee ein ome ial eae: tea fa tow becmees of Radio Sweetheart to the Gipsy The speaker will be Ralp FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
a progress report of the Club low winds. The boat was left to Gr See aaalt singer end. aehoar Castle, C.S.. of San Francisco .
from its inception up to - the drift. ad Ivor Hunte, the accompanist, Se ee te ease | PH i y
present stage. : ‘ ' a pianist of the New Luckies Or- ,. 7 Pia . 4
. , i res r Skippered by Lincoln Cato of SEVEN of nine members of the South American Variety entertainers aan ! he leading bands Church of Christ, Scientist ir | .
ree, Haye: ree Church Village, St. Michael, the who arrived hore on ‘Thursday. chestra, ne Oe uluna. ‘The New Boston, Massachusetts to explain | Sold by all registered chemists. If any difficulty, write to:
the one that he had aoe pn a other toWn Wharf last Monday morning Rogers, Doreen Gravesande and See ee Saene Ss er join the troupe in Babados after â„¢any questions of vital impor-| P.O. Box 403, Bridgetown.
club make so much peantels in at 4 o'clock, and for three days, _ Boodhoo Brothers. — —— ————-—= the Easter holidays. tance to everyone to-day, His |
so short a time. He offered the he’ owner Claude Beckles waited ’ lecture is entitled “Christian
club his full support anxiously for the return of his ° From Larbados the wrens: Science; Its Reinstatement ot
sala, : only boat. B G Hi admast i ] ¥ née hoping to tour Jamaica, Aruba, Primitive Christianity and
on ee a anaes It was about 12 midnight on e e e er ul $ Curacao, Martinique and other Spiritual Healing.” In_ particular
rector Caners of Civil Aviation Thursday that he received the e ‘ ° islands. s 38 he will stress the power of] wa. WW
in which he too offered to assist ont Sr ale age Eig ey Age Grouping A Handicap prayer to heal all types of disease
t ; panes ible. been abandoned. “But,” he said, - and destroy fea:
ar’ D. Malone pre ak on Seehccasknrahapcnenabararitte, acne A TEACHERS’ TRAINING COLLEGE is very essential in OBITUARY ' This lecture, which is sponsored HARRISON'S Broad St.
what the lectures would be about Skipper Cato reported that ; ; H. Kilkenny, Head- ———~—~———— by First Church of Christ, Scien-
and stressed that it was vitally after he had left for the fishing S0y SBY ORT eaet SORT: Mr.. Jeunes Ts . he : 'B ritish tist. Bridgetown is open to every
important for both flying mem- ‘hanks, he veered towards the | master of St. Mary's Anglican School, Vreedenhoop, British Myg, C, Cobham one ana ‘is tree
_ and prospective fying rome west, and immediately he ran Guiana, told the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Kilkenny is aca '
ers to attend these lectures. By into a -calm: Monday night spending six weeks’ holiday in the island. He is staying Mrs. Cynthia Cobham, passec ~)
attending these lectures flying passed without incident, and With Sot, and Mrs, Frank Edwards at Dalkeith avin away on the th of February . SOMETHING QUITE NEW—
members would lessen the work so did the following two days H atte i . oat “ey a . after a short illness, _ just Just Receired
: . ; ie sitec lar oca chools. when as thought that she was 5
CN ee ag sete He said: ""Personatly, 6f the schools aariink, and ald Be spared BOOTS WORM SY RUP ¥ +
: i By this time he was off the oer. fers vues: I think that for many years to come i . : . 1 HE
, North Point Lighthouse. Thurs- “%e educational set up is very
Snipers Kill day *hey ran es strong writin ee but in rg opinion I Jorn 29 years ago, she spent i rice 2/-
: ° ° and the jibboom broke, and about feel much more could be achieved her life in the Church, and was A RELIABLE WORM
Legionnaire six o’clock in the evening they if the teachers were not handi- teuly christian, Her quiet unas- EXTERMINATOR. 99
nt sighted the boat captained by Capped by the Age Grouping sys~ ming manner, the dignity and Effectual in expelling > ee
TUNIS, Feb. 22. Tom Pollard who agreed to take ‘©™. courace wiih Which she faced tix worms (Round and Thread).
It was learned that snipers them on board, but said he “This system does not give the obiems of life, endeared her to Specially recommended for
fired on a military patrol at Kef could not take their vessel in tow, ‘© 'eher Ss flicient scope for andi- every body and especially to those children and adults.
Foreign Legionnaire. low tard the progress 0 1e «bright ! vo) |
Authorities said the incident pupils white the dull ones just He s was a simple and happy SUPERSPEED INCANDESCENT
occurred during the night when Srought Ashore barely mark time. She was brought up in the POWDER
an unknown sniper opened fire rs “I feel that ne eae Ne ndav School at St. Cyprian’s,
on a military patrol in the centre They were prougnt ashore and amenities of the Barbadian ae abe “came a teacher sne v Beek
of fee! some 190 mcs from Tunis. about 11 ‘o'clock On Thursday schools are very up-to-date and ppghlhre AB gow a. ate be No. Ll. Price U9
i as rat Bou et Bey, Coats aver ee roe ee ee ok te continued her worship at St Made to the formula of Prof O I A M P
ing the night at Poussa Bh, Bey,” Sep rs ; ta. the s- aie ieeahatet || r Barnabas’ Church, Hugh MacLean. L L
seven miles from .Tunis where The boat which is valued at pl? sant atmosphere. Set-tien teem an hee
shots were fired at a passing car. about $750.00 was not covered by . she was laid to rest at the .
No one was injured but several insurance. Mixed Schools a ee Mieeatery oh Feta, 1908 wy Retincatian, Flatulence (NICKEL PLATED)
bullet holes were found in the The owner told the Advocate vir, Kilkenny stressed that he in the presence of a large gath- A Full Supply of , 1 :
automobile. ' ; tat when his boat did not return, feit that promotion by attainment ring of relatives, and friends who Being constructed to burn Ordinary Lamp Oil
Last night’s incidents bring the he reported the matter to the and ability of the pupils would

death tool in Tunis since rioting
started here on January 16 to 90
killed and more than 200 weer
cena eataseceee

GEM FOR TO-DAY

The next great task ot
humanity is not deliverance
by the sword, but deliver-
ance from the sword.

Fisheries Officer, and asked if he
would send the Investigator in
search for the Sea Lord, He was
then informed that the Investiga-
tor was itself out to sea, and that
there was no radio on board,
He thought that if it were pos-
sible to get in touch with the
Investigator at the time, she
could have been asked to carry

Sea Lord might have been saved.
This was the only year he did
not renew the Insurance Policy
on the boat,

—David Lloyd George.



meen —— -_——

INDIANS SEE HARD
IN JAMAICA

achieve better results. This is done
in British Guiana where there is
no age grouping and most of the

schools are Mixed Schools.

He said that British
also has its Teachers’
College which was started in 1928
through the’ instrumentality of
Mr. Bain Gray, then Director of
Education. At first it had a staff

Guiana
Training

out the search, and perhaps the of only three, but today it has six

tutors,
In the training of teachers at
this Government Training Col-
lege, much emphasis is laid on

nractical work, including book-

binding, raff_la work, basketrvy,
weaving shoemaking wood-
work, tailoring and classes in
art

A teacher’s course lasts two

years and is so arranged that an
incoming batch of students are

SAYS SAHA Y met by a batch of senior stu-
dents
The College can accommodate
Most of the Indians in Jamaica the West Indies and India. They 40 students. There sre separate
unlike those in Barbados are were closely. related and there hostels for men and women who
workers on plantations. Due to was much in common hence they live at the College for the entire
the lack of work, there is some should try to know each other period of their training.

hardship existing among them,
but efforts are being made by
the Government and some prom-
inent Indians to ameliorate their
condition, Shri Anand Mohan

more and more.

College premises

Biology
All subjects are taught on the
with the excep-











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Death Due To Toxemia And | yo. 88 uomen or |)"
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Bronchial Pneumonia BRUCE WEATHERHEAD

iid. He therefore went to the Plaza





A nine-man jury returned a nt e Pl
verdict of death due to toxemia] Theatre and rang for a can ane LTD.
and brenchial pneumonia to His ios on taken to the Genera Selling Agets for

Tors . A, MeLeod, ’ : rh
aoe arg Saks when ry this stage the Jury consid- BOOTS PURE DRUG CO
the inquest concerning the death ;ered their verdict.
of Jeduthan Danie) (19) of Bans
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yesterday }



deduthan Daniel was taken to
the General Hospital on December |
10 after was involved in an|
accident on. Thorrbury Hill,
Christ Church. He died at the
Hospital on January 17.

Dr. Ward who performed the
post mortem examination attr
buted death to toxemia and
bronchial pneumonia, Dr, Stuar
said that an operation was neces-
sary on the hip of the deceased,
as this part waS badly fractured

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Sahay. Indian Commissioner for
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ana told the Advocate last night.

The Commissioner who was in
Jamaica since February 5 on an
©Yicial_tour, passed through here
lest night by B.W.LA. on his way
back to his headquarters in Trini-
dad. At the airport to meet him

3 y whic s e at
tion of Biology which is done a Randolph Browne told the ‘court

Queen’s College and Domestic

Science which is taken at the that on December 10 Ra te is

Carnagie Trade Centre riding his motor cycle down
Mr. llicenny said: “This Col- Thornbury Hill, Christ Church.

lege has been of tremendous bene- Joceylin Roberts was riding 4



motor cycle which as behind
him. When he was riding around

a bend in the Hill he suddenly

fit to teachers of British Guiana.
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:
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: : ae Rindk di ee . going back
this Coliege, it is very desirable heard a crash and on going bi | : OBTAINABLE FROM :—
Were some members of the Indian for the teacher to seek the oppor- he saw that Roberts had ridden | . f _ ; 3
Community here with whom he fontty of EER Eaieae tHe ear the motor cycle into a trench. Made by CLAY & Ape aA LTD., Liverpool, England Messrs. C. F. Harrison & Co., Ltd., DaCosta & Co.,
chatted for a few minutes, | afforded, since his promotion de- Roberts and the Gacensed~- whe Perea IBle a ; lies ‘arter & C
a =e thes De had vaned pends to a great extent on his was ene on the Raion of ss Ltd., General Hardware Supplies, Carter o.
different parts of Jamaica wi being trained”, said Mr. Kilkenny motor cycle—were lying In We On § ‘ : oda :
the Indians were living in. order He said that at present teachers trench. 5 ane tet n Sale at All Drug Stores C. 8. Pitcher & Co
to study conditions for himself. are mainly recruited through the Both of them appeared to him L
It was well eT moe nupil tencher svstem which has to be badly in need of medical
them were very or rorked fairly satisfactory “py 1 SR Aap toh
there was no work, but of course, oe rd ap aie 5 Br tinh t ————_— rr —CS—S—S— ' " OCOOOPOD DODO OOOO T NOON Oooo eee
in some parts of the country, Guiana is very satisfactory, but at * Le
some, ere: beter of than, others srucont overcrowding a Green | :
e hous is s pe ‘ ;
; ing a ver serious problem >
parts of the island were good, Pate tk a Husleinm ahemecto . y
aacison eng es: oe yn SHRI ANAND SAHAY cane anainaeinaie for this $
jamage and the Governmen 4 . ae 2 ae dag sa s
trying to render assistance by He said that one of the chief #! arses rise in, the 9g D x 8
preparing a new plan for hous- duties of his office in the Wiest vat problems this building pro- &} of ovable x 3
i Indies was to acquaint the public A eS oe ee Te ? nn > %
7. said that Indian films were in these parts regarding condi- ject cannot Keep Path iar ro : x
being brought to Jamaica, but at tions in India and to create better '!s¢ of that population, said. ‘ é * %
the present, there was no cinema understanding between the two Sanitation ' z x
*in the island where they could regions. With the co-operation of tie sata that he vite I x 3
be shown. the Press, he was sure they could eee er eek ok dae % t
serve a great purpose. itec 1e olice comp di ne 8 g
Films Appreciated He hoped that the Indians in Central one ens ee _ : 3
took with him, a number Barbados were living happily very much im *SSCC 8 J € | A crease resisting Fini : » x
ot Goveransbh of India docu- and doing good business under sanitary, condition of the build- g ish with colourful ; 3
ry films which were shown the protection and encourage- ings and premises. Sat desiens ae PRE - Gale ‘ x
in different places where meet- ment of tihe aeeent and pare a4 ee tees 0 ee rer. at OMe. around, Naabty x 3
i ’ held and they were le of this island, dos althou is f ) regu- ss : ips at ee x ;
aay appreciated, not only by Prfle said that he was sorry he lar visitors. He finds the climate for SPORTS or DAY Wear — 36 inches * g
Indians, but by non-Indians as did not have much time here, as cool and bealthy. -_ ene wide s >
r he would have liked to meet Mr. ure in seabathing, te also a » wide. :
Se said that a new law had G. H. Adams. He was, however, the excellent beaches and ne x *
been passed in Jamaica enabling glad to hear that his Party was “Most Barbadians appear, to pe "a S
those who wanted to cremate very successful at the last Gen- very hospitable and courteous to yd, I. 16 z
their dead bodies instead of bury- eral Elections and that he was strangers. BS gee at . y
ing Gham and added that there honoured in the New Year Hon- ip pee been in a; Weaenind Se Feed ‘th t ¢
were some other laws that were ours list. vice for the past 17 years and is ean he
under consider eaime Mariage ie Gliee” ke) FLOWERED HOPSACS a Pi ys
Lee gener" seas | sates Ra ca PURIN. ay:
and Divorce Law, “which "ne Lord Rowallan fd nr ‘a? Arphalt ? of St A crease resisting Finish in attractive . * r x
5 brought before e ° npointec eadmaste ) t.
daa , ~ 1 Reaches B.G. Mary's At that time ee designs — 36 inches wide. | So see us FODAY for %
co r- . assistant master a aankenovur |
atelier eae ‘on ean bay (From Our Own Correspondent) Anglican School. d $1 4q - dl 2 as > 1% $
after visiting several places on GEORGETOWN, BG., Feb., 22. Y Od ya. we 4 6 1g PURINA Startena x
this trip that they deserve that ee ao aan cee me iB eres mu
industry because they have beau- rived in Georgetown on ursday i$
tiful beaches and beautiful hotels evening. He is . guest at Gov- DECREE NISI PURINA,____..Growena :
which are run on a very high ernment House for a week be- ia tag : NPS EEN |
standard. I hope that with the fore flying to Jamaica for the first Banc pablo ae ia } . 1% PURINA gop Layena x
growth of the industry, the peo- Caribbean Jamboree. Rtthe Puttin Suda His { ay’ i : 4 %
ple will be happier”. A detachment of Dutch Scouts Mr Justice “G L. Savior’ exo J . ° * In Mash, Checkers & Checkerettes. 3
Ss hetic P arrived from Surinam on Thurs- },, deere jet in the it of % g
Sympathetic Press at» dee bent pelos ; nounced decree nisi in the suit o % MITED &
he Commissioner said that the @4Y to e&r ae owallan an: MW. M. Marshall, petitioner 1\& ; ‘ '
pu was always sympathetic to join the week-end colony Scout GE. Marshall, respondent x H. JASON JONES & CO., LI $
towards Indian news and views Rally. Lord Rowallan is meeting ‘Mr. D. H. L. Ward instructed by | 10, 11, 12 & 13, BROAD STREET % od x
and through such mutual under- = m2) pee 7 Coun- Mr, D,A. Banfield, solicitor of the | + Distributors. s
standing, they were hoping to cil on Friday and will attend an firm of Hutct & Banfield ee » »
create better friendship between investiture. of King’s Scouts. appear i for tl der mace Aelddaeae nN | 6565550455565 699 SO 80ST SU FOSS SOOO SOO FIO S OO DO SFOS

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My
salary approximately $200.00 per month,

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7 sceording to qualifications, Successtu,

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} than Ist May, perferably earlier Further
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date of the Annual General

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v been the 29th February,
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as January, 1952, as shown in

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meeting .
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tions for cleaning, polishing, and protect
ing. wood-work, floors of all kinds,
furniture, Hnoleum, and automobiles: a
preparation for cleaning upholsteny, a
preparation for cleaning rugs and carpet
and a preparation for cleaning wood
work, floors, silver, metal, procelain, |
enamelware, glass, tile, and the like: |
floor mops, Afid Will be entitied to
register the same after one month fron
the Mist day of Febriiary, 1982 unless |
some person shall in the meantime give }
notice in duplicate to me at my office of |
opposition of such registration The
trade mark can be seen on application |
at_my office,

Dated this 12th day of February,

Hi, WILLIAMS.
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.2.52—3n

1 corpor-



1952 |



|

High Blood Pressure |

Twice as women 4s men suf-
fer from High Blood Pressure, which
a 6 mysterious disease that starts
about the time of Change of Life and
is the real cause of much heart trouble
and later on of paralytic strokes. Com-
mon symptoms of ‘High Blood Pres-
sure are: Nervousness, headaches at
top and back of head and above eyes,

ressure in head, dizziness, short

reath, pains in heart, palpitation,
gor sleep, loss of memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry. If you
suffer any of these symptoms, don't
delay treatment.a single day, because
your life may be in danger. Noxceo
(formerly known as Hynox), a_new
medical discovery, reduces High Blood
Pressure with the first dose, takes a
heavy load off the heart, and makes
yeu feel years younger in a few days.
Get Noxco from your chemist today.
It ts nteed to make you feel fit
and strong or money back,

~ TAKE NOTICE



Kills Men & Women | TAKE NOTICE

ASSOCIATION
NOTICE OF AGENDA
Annual General Meeting to be

















the























DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
Registration of Relief
Teachers, 1952-53

Applications are invited from
uitably qualified persons for,re-
ristration as Relief Teachers, Pre=
ference will be given to persons
holding the School Certificate or
other equivalent qualification.

Applications, to be submitted on
Form E/7 M (Men) or Form E/7
W (Women) obtainable from the
Department of Education, should
reach the Director of Education
not later than Friday, 29th Feb-
ruary, 1952

REGISTERED RELIEF TEACH-
ERS, WHO WISH .TOQ.. HAVE
THEIR NAMES RETAINED ON
THE REVISED LIST, MUST IN-
FORM THE DIRECTOR BY LET-
TER NOT LATER THAN FRI-
DAY, 29th FEBRUARY, 1952.
Department of Education.
lith February, 1952.

23.2.52—2n.

DART

That CLUETT, PEABODY & CO, ENC
» corporation organized under the laws
of the State of New York, United Stat-s
of America, whose trade or business
address is 433 River Street, Troy, Coanty
of Rensselaer, State of New York, U.S.A.,

has applicd for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A” of Register ir
respect of wearing apparel, ineludine

shirts, collars, neckties, pajamas, hand-
here’ s and underwear, and will be
entitied to register the same after ons
month from the 2ist day of February,
unless some person shall in the
antime give notite in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such reg-
istration The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office
Dated this 12th day of February 1953
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21,2.52—3n.









ARRO

rH

That CLUETT, PEABODY & CO. IN
of the State of New York, United St
address is 433 River Street, Troy, Ce
U.S.A., has applied for the registratior
in respect of shirts, collars, cuffs, uni
chiefs, neckties, piece goods and shirti:
tions thereof, and will be entitled to |
the 2ist day of February, 1952 unless
notice in duplicate to me at. my office «
trade mark can be seen on application

Dated this 12th day of Februany 1

a



PROPERTIES

(1) The property known
Road. It consists of 4 acre of |
verandah, drawing, dining anc
toilet bath and kitchen

(2) Property at Oistins, ¢
Ice Cream Parlour. It is resic¢

(3) Substantially built »
called “Eyareville” at Eagle H:
ing room up and downstairs, di
bedrooms, toilet and bath, kitch¢
house is in perfect order, No re

(4) One stone cottage at Cc
drawing and dining rooms, 2 |
and light throughout.





(5) 20 x 12 HOUSE at B
of pine and put together with
with galvanize and close boar
$800 . 0

(6) 34 of an acre of land at Br
to Club Morgan

(7) 7 Spots of lant remaining

Sizes from 10,000 to 13,000 s
(8) Only a few Spots
Thorpes, St. James

ren

D’'ARCY A



yuare

denrreccemmimamenamenss~ + SBM

» corporation organized under the laws
of America, whose trade or byginess

of Ren State of New York

trace in Part “Av of, Register
‘ight shirts, handker-
rayon, wool and combina-
same after one

elaer,
mark

r, pajaw
of cott
ister the month from

persor hall in the meantime Eve
opposition of such registration The
my. office



H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21. 2.52-—3n

FOR SALE

“The Crotons” at Deacons
id aud house which has open
akfast rooms, 3 bedrooms,





Chureh as a drug store 9r
» and shop’ on the sea.

house with galvanize roof
ad. It has gallery, draw-
and breakfast rooms (4)
nd room for garage. This
and is priced to sell.

ngton Hill with verandah,
and kitchen, Water







)

yoms

and built
covered
sold for

Hall, 9 ft. high,
T roof

be

bolt The

t {
tton’s Hill on road leading
Hothersal Turning

at

at Maxwell Road and at

SCOTT

NT

ddle St Dial 2645

20.2.52.—2n.

TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF CLEAR STRAW SUGAR TO

pounds of
plus deliver?

cording to the
les Mus’

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952

GOVERNMENT NOTICES |

DEPARTMENT



OF EDUCATION



THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Tenders are invited for the supply of cleat straw Sugar to the

Public ElembAtary Schodls bt The island dutitig the following schoo} |

rms |

1. 5th May to ist Atigist, 1952.

2. Sth September t6 12th December, 1952.

3. 12th Janttary to 10th April; 1953.

The behiataten, Harenients réqttiremeitts are 4,500

Sugar. Pettons tendering thust quote thé pi pound

, atid Are Teywired to submit 4 of sugar.
Supplies imtist BE delivered to the schools every two Weeks ac-
Hents Of the individtial schools, aiid all deliver-

within three days.
Tenders intist Covet all Pequireirients bt the schools the

'
}

| Milk

10,000

t be 1952.

is ae 1 nu be red to furn-









fourteen feet ehe, WoRRINB presse up to 250 Ibs. per square inch.
Boilers are complete with all boiler mountings, fuel oil burners
and fuel tanks, also Supérhéater, if required. Can be seen at Ever-
ton Pumping Station, St. John, Will be sold singly.
Tehders to be Submitted to the Honourable Colonial Secretary
on or before Friday 29th Februdry, 1952. —21.2.52.—3n.| -

VACANT POST, ASSISTANT MASTER, GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Applications are invited for the post of an Assistant Master,
Grammar School. St. Vincent, who will be required to teach Chemistry
and Botany up to the Higher School Certificate Standard.

Applicants should be Graduates or holders of the Inter-Science

or Higher School Certificate. | ss,
The salary of the post is: — aa

(a) For a Graduate—$1,440 by $96 to $1,920.
(b) For Intermediate or H.S.C.—$1,200 by $72 to $1,440.

The commencing salary will depend on experience and standard
of work.

A temporary cost of living allowance is payable at the usual rate
granted to Civil Servants.

The appointment will be probationary for one year in the first
instance, and the appointee may be confirméai in the permanent, pen-
sionable post after one year's satisfactory service.

The Grammar School is under the control of the Government of
St. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil
Servants.

Free passage to St, Vincent to take up appdintment is provided.
Applications, With details of education, qualifications, age and
experience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should be
sent to the Education Officer, St, Vincent, to reach him as soon as
possible and in any event hot later than the 29tk February, 1952.
10.2.52—2n.







Here’s somiéthing you haven’t been able to
get for a long time .

REST QUALITY ST. GEORGE'S MARBLE LIME
In Ait tight drums
A few only available at,...; .

CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.
PIER HEAD.

POEL CASALE LOT SSOSOS

SPECIAL POLICE DISPLAY
FOR VISITORS TO THE ISLAND
FEATURING

A MUSICAL RIDE
DRILL DISPLAY
BEATING THE RETREAT

AT
THE POLICE RIDING SCHOOL
DISTRICT “A” 5 PeM. TUESDAY 26th PEBRUARY
ADMISSION :—: $1.00

a a et



THERE IS NOTHING BETTER than...
- “MUSTEROLE”

THE ALL PURPOSE RUB... . Non-S a2
For:—CONGESTION: MUSTEROLE Gives tnstant Relief.
MUSTEROLE:—Melts quickly away into the Pores. At first
there is a comforting, tingling warmth, followsd, INSTANT-
LY by a Delicious coolness; and then . SWIFTLY .. .
comes the longed-for relief.

MUSTEROLE:—Is NOT just another ointment . . . MUS-
TEROLE is the modern Scientific home therapy for the
Medical condition known as “Congestion”.

Remember:—IT’S MUSTEROLE

The All purpose Rub:— for...
| Chest Colds, Coughs, Sore Throats, Lumbago, Muscular



Aches; and Sprains... .
Obtainable at:—

} BOOKER’S (B’dos) DRUG STORES LTD.
BROAD STREET, and HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy)
and at all other “GOOD DRUG STORES”.

EE











Tenders
Public Elementary Schools throughout the island during the follow-
ing school terms: —

Particulars of the conditions







GOVERNMENT NOTICE

EE .
BEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Tenders for the Supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
Public Elementary Schools

Are invited for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the

to the

1 5th May to Ist August 1952.

2. 15th September to 12th December 1952.

3. 12th January to 10th April 1953.

and requirements of supplying the

are embodied in the Contract, copies of Which are available for

reference at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
the due performance of the Contract.

The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
to the Public Elementary Schools” must reach the Colonial Secretary’s
Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 15th of March,

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any



ia he Ha so! “oll y 4 wr . ae 4

jd ot “the Harrison ‘College Hall oo | Lonigds HHeALOHEA aBVE, atid thust reach the Coloitial rg| tender,

inveasenes Shares "A" Rs Lomice sot tate thi 12 Set6eH AboR on Sataidad, whe 188K March, Sa res oe 93.2.52—8
Ti tiress by His . Excellency sic (1052, Seema rHtist be peiiders the Bt siigar to eae
A, Ww. L avane The meeting will the Ptil ; »
adjou 0 five nutes. 4 "
Minutes of the Last Annual Meet- The person

SHIPPING NOTICES
























ing and special Meeting of 14th July [ich tid stirbtiés for the dub oa
- L HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, } 1951 § s ‘ i t .
sa KELECTRICA Solicitors, | 4. To feeelve the Report of the The Government ades Hot bind itself 6 aecBpt the idWest or
COOLERATORS, Ice Boxes. OWEN T 16 2.596 ne A any tender.
| LLDER. 118 Roebuck St Dial 3299 To receive the Fnancial Statement 859 ae 4 MONTREAL, AUSTRALIA, NEW ‘tne M.V. “CACIQUE DEL R-
%.2.52—1n | — create ahoase| of Accounts and the Auditors’ Re-}16th February, 1952. 20.2.52.—3n. ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. | gH” will ‘accept Cargo and Pas-
LA OT OLIVEES"—A chattel a nghous port : eee ee (M.A.N.Z. LENE) sengers for St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
NORGE ~ REFRIGERATORS, Two| standing on lands of Saint_ Mary’s] 6. To nominate officers and members Grenada,*and Aruba, Sailing Mon-
only second hand ones, due to sales of Church, situate at KING STREET * io serve on the Council SS. “TEKOA” is $chedtiled to sail day 24tb inst.
nw ‘Refrid@rators, an.” exellent condi | Bridgetown. | The house, witch te oot Soi atest: Coe AUOHO. gi VACANT POST OF VISITING OBSTETRICIAN, from Adelaide February 19th, Melbourne The M.V, “CARIBBEE” will ac-
b: 4 i * tio “pn . Ss GE |Seventh Day ventist Chureh, contair 5 o elect dele s to attenc ne ‘ February 26th, Sydney jare! . Bris- cept cargo nd Passenger for
That BOYLE-MIDWAY INC., 2 corpor-| tah. REDMAN & TAYLOR Sth on. closed gallery, drawing and dining Conference of the Federation MATERNITY HOSPITAL bane March 15th, arriving at Trinidad Damninion’ Antigua; . MaAteeceats
ee ee sagged pe wanting ogg ine) eee | Ooms, 2 bedrooms. kitchen usual eo) 9. General Bu ‘ about April 15th and Barbados about Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing Tues-
rs je State o saware, Unitec SOLISHE ” Fr a *trical, | veniences, Water and electric services L. A. HALL, nate ; i April 18th, day 26th inst.
States of America, whose trade or Dusiness j POLISHERS-—Floor Polishers Electrical. | veniences. Mipection on application t Gendeel Bberetale Applications are invited from Registéréd Medical Practitioners |), gagition to general cargo this vessel The M/V¥ “DAERWOOD” will
eee wa. rn iatetis ut le Co. Ltd. Dial $136. — 23.2.52—8n, | the Tenant, Mrs. musts Gooding, any 16. 2,52—3n for the Part-tithe non-penSionable post of Visiting Obstetrician, | has ample space for chilled and hard accept Carge and Passengers for
New Yor S.A., Manwfacturers, ha aay, t aeeror NOON 1008 | ts t + Pee ta ie ; Ting | f frosts Cet. : est. : aoe
See RAs er Megiatee th Feat de One Murphy 6 tube Radio Apply Bus- Se eee a al NOHCE herby wiven that 1 Js be | Maternity Hospital, whic will bécome vacant on the 10th of March,| "treo nccanted on through Bills, of a aot Niline Monday, #0
mark in Tart “A” of Repister ape , 4s ¥ 7 a e Ss r sn ntention of the $3 ers Gf f ding transhipme: ry :
of “in ectic ide “ais nf iden tace Gibbons. Lowes vores 52 7 ‘site house Mion, kt Mt one ’ ways of the t Seatty e par tones a aotae 1952. or Usk Sina reer tha windears " te M/V “CLARA” will accept
spray, and chemical er, and 1 7 Ni ps acdiypbes Btreet. Bridgetown, on Thursday Joseph, Seint John, and Saitt James, in The salary attached to the post is at the rate of $1,152 per| isiands. Cargo and Passengers for Nassau
pe entitled to resist ’ oe ‘ . his Iskand, to be due iculars ly — :
after one month from the 2ist day of LIVESTOCK pe Se YEARWOOD & BOYCE he Leg aoe ° thi ne Bad te ehpunt. : . ess. . sah teen ~ ans y PURNESS WITHY. _ “CO. LED, | ea abuaee, ee eae
February, 1962. wniess some yall} le horising them 1 etively to ineraaie The Maternity Hospital 1s one ot twenty Beds with a maternal TRINIDAD. i WL SCHOONER OWNERE
a ec ei oties ir + HORSE—One good riding horse suitable th alaries pa to the respective aeee ; Bn nt * : Ph : iD
akan as aad atite of, appositial re cierto oP gga 8 ee a Fy 9 eS Me awe tee tbe Man gee clinic attached. It is primarily a teachifig Hospital for Students ae ee ee rte er tad
registration. The trade mark can be| Apply Williams, Foster Hall Plantation tive parishes, to 2 sum fot exceedingjand twenty are trained atintall¥. It is by a Matron, three BARBADOS, B.W.1.
seen of application at my office ial 95251 23.2.52 n i ver annult re trave 3 . . a
Dated this 12th day of February, 1952 a pe eee Seine tn the travelling a) /graduate nurse-midwives and the usual subor inate staff. _ —
H. WILLIAMS ’ nspectors of Highways to 4 & ) } ) 1 , WVisitine ih
Registrlir OF Trace MECHANICAL ___. [Inspectors of Highways to 8 stim aot) Eh addition to the dtiiitiaty duties, the Visiting Obstetrician
‘ 2 21 rg i ore a ee veceived § witt set wp ferenses to take effect as from the Ny | will be required to assist in the training of Midwives and in the
Po. a aan ae SEWING A NES an a y instructions received & will se I - “ at
wadie. Typewfiters, OWEN T.|for sale by Public Auction at Centra | ated the 20th diy ot Febiviary ibab, | UDervision of the maternal clinic.
TAKE NOTICE LLDER, 118 Roebuck St, Dial $20 || Station. on Monday, the 20tb at 3p to YEARWOOD & BOYCE, Applications should be addresséd to the Colonial Secretary, Bar- —
23.2.52—1n | Several pairs ats, seve: e Solicit ados I ‘
MITOGA —_—_————_—_———————— Shorts. Mittresses and several other ete coe ae z aoe his Office not latér than the 29th of February, OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
That CLUETT, PEABOD MISCELLANEOUS PS DARCY A. SCOTT : ne 2. 17.2.08.—-on:
That CLUET *EABODY & CO, INC : - - _ ——---- Govt. Auctioneer 1 PAY 7 * De * Du
a corporation organized der the law GULADIOLI BULBS 2.2.52—S | j : i 4
0 er ria ot New York, United States | Why worry to book orders when we 29°35" | GOVERNMENT NOTICES Tenders Fpt Tralitport Of Officers weneet ee Leaves Birbados
of Amer whose trade or busines save ph varied assortment in stock, No] py ins thon oped eta a —_— re Th f
fddress is 433 River Street, Troy, County | Waiting varie senor nen Ie ee ure | uinT neeee es Dmacby le, ROAD + Tenders are itivited conveyance by motor-car of the| S.S. “PHILOSOPHER . London &
Gt Renmelner, State of New York. U S.A fay KNIGHT'S LTD. Mn TUESDAY 26th. at 1 pn. a boat TENDERS FOR UNIFORMS | Revenue Officers n Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St. Lucy, 4a e M/brough 12th Feb. 26th Feb.
trade mark in P A” of Reg LADIES BATH-SUITS—A lovely Qual- Bod. shinglp. powweuiiea. iy 3 oa ne Separate tenders are invited for] wait for the and return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to S.S. “DEFENDER Liverpool &
renpect ot wearing. pI including | itp with skit. Ip green, gold red & panied $2.40 per quarter. Terms CASH ihe making of Uniforms for the]31st March, 1953. S.S. “PLANTER” Glasgow 16th Feb. 4th Mar.
seihiéts and) underwear, ‘will be | oS on at #51 en. R. Archer McKenzie, Auctioneer Police, Harbour Police and Fire Approximately threé visits Weekly at the Distillery are neces- SS. “STUDENT” . =, & 29th Feb. 11th Mar.
entitled to registar the sine after, one | eee sea ieee i 8» | Brigade for the year 1952-53. Furs teo,) and the tite sperit if WAitiH® varies from three to six hours Nae : .
manth from the 2ist day of Febriliy PURGRAIN, Pifeon Feed none ther particulars can be obtained|â„¢ "gy : ; Ea i aby: : : Liverpool lst Mar. 14th Mar.
1952 ule some person shalt the | setter — 10-18, lots and upwards @ 19c. TAKE NOTIC \gom the office of the Commission- $. Tenders should be 1 a tate per mile including waiting at ————_JIOMEWARD FOR THE UD 3or vak ws a
meantime give © ver Ib eon 2547. 8.2,52—tf n jer ot Poll e auiittbien, eee te vd Comeena ton Shoh faithe AS be spproved ta | NITE DO
istration, The,tra a etd enders, licate, sho' roller of Custo' whi tirther information may be obtained. Vessel F cl in Barb
on application ab iny offi . | forwarded in sealed envelopes x . | : ao or ‘loses in Barbados
Dated this 14h day of Febrifiry 1952 WANTED \ddressed to the Colonial Sone: 4. Tenders, addressed 6 thé Colonial Secretary and not to any| S.S. “CROFTER” . . .. London. 26th Feb.
ReKist , f rad Mia 1 li y (and not to any officer by Officer bY nadine, a on the envelope “Tender for Transport” S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” . Liverpool Ist Mar.
ristrar of Trade } k ae emnay ‘nda ee re ot " 5 b) : . i. . P
21. 2.92--8n name) so as to reach the Colonial | Will be recetyéd at Coisnial Secretary's Office up to 4 p.m, on
(cliblacandnmannactpnsitneetpininsesinimatndpgamasns HELP re ro y . eases pe later than |Friday, 14th & atch, 19) ra For further Information apply to .. .
~ — ve Lith March, 1952, 5. The Goverment does rio se ccept the lowest or ‘
Boanpencsirivpte familly on the Seo |" Truvelopes should’ be cleatly [any tei especie am insti DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents
| sHe, Cans abeommodate Working Gen- marked “Tender for Police Uni- any tender.
eed Fee soriation ‘write, Box “G |Iptmna”, ender: ton, ap hs ee:
sAtcite to, 29,2.52-~1n Police Uniforms”, or “Tender for == f 0
CA IAN—Age 16, § position 3 se may be a 8 FOR SALE «
efetencea. “Shitléy Guest House 23.2.52-—8n 2 shell typé CORNISH fire tibe boilers 5 feet in diameter and
Phone $217, David H. Olssen otteaih } Inc.



NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S..“EMPERE PATRAI™ sailed 2ist Fe bruary — arrives B'do. 3
A STEAMER sails 8th March arrives P’dos oth March, 1952, een



NEW ORLEANS SERVICE



§.S.. “LIBREVILLE” sailed 13th February —arrives B'd
jE 'Y ——f jos 1st March, 1952.
A STEAMER sails 27th February -—- arri ves Barbados 16th March, 1952,





CANADIAN
SOUTHBOUND

SERVICE

Name of Ship Satls Watifax

“ALCOA PLANTER”

“ALCOA PEGASUS" 2ist February

12th Eepruany

is 26th February 7th March
ALCOA PILGRIM” 14th Marth 24th March
= STEAMER “upd March 2nd April
STEAMER 1sth.. April 23rd April
A STEAMER lst May llth May
These Vessels have limited passenger accommodation.

ROBERT THOM LTD, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.

APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO.. LT —CANADIAN SERVICE

ROBERT THOM LIMITED

PLANTATIONS BUILDING, LOWER BROAD STREET
Passenger Sales Agents for:

Tr: -
me geesh eudhoeâ„¢ ata kat

éne No. 4466









COMPANY, LID.

IMPORTANT _ NOTICE TO
SUBSCRIBERS.

Subseribers will also be advised individually
of their change of rate.

REVISION OF RATES FOR TELEPHONE SERVICE
EFFECTIVE IST APRIL, 1952

The Barbados Telephone Co., Ltd., hereby gi

7 ij bi y gives
notice that consequent upon the very Chiphidenable in-
creases in the cost of labour locally and of all materials
and supplies it is forced, in the interest of the develop-

ment and expansion of its service urgently needed to
serve adequately and efficiently the growing social,
commercial and industrial needs of the Island, to revise

its rates as from and after the fi ’ i
sine r the first day of April next as

Exchange Extension
Service Service
(Minimum rate area)
Busi- Resi- Busi-
ness dence ness
$ 8.50 ' $5.50 $2.00

6.00 2.00
6.50 2.00
7.25 2.00 1.50

10.50 7.50 2.00 1.50

Although the excess mileage charges in force here
are very considerably lower than those which obtain
elsewhere it is not proposed to make any increases at
this time. :

Resi-
dence
$1.50

1.50
1.50

Bridgetown (Dial)
St. Lawrence
TEMPO) sss,
St. James (Dial)
St. John (Dial) ....
Speightstown
(Manual)

9.00
9.50
10.25

These new rates compare favourably with those in
force in the more important colonies in this area where
a similar class of service is provided.

22.2.52—3n.

r

«_F FEF EF oo



1952.

Arrives Barbador

Peet ee

ote


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE SEVEN

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OFFICE EQUIPMENT
| ART METAL

“s | FILING CABINETS WASTE
Rica (LETTER & FOOLSCAP)

, “AIRLINE” DESKS en
STATIONERY CUPBOARDS

HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON

PAPER

BASKETS

CHAIRS




BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES LETTER TRAYS ‘

ETC. ETC,

| REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS

YOU'VE FOUND
TROUBLE, SISTER = } |
AND PLENTY!... /@

PORTABLE & STANDARDS
PHONE 4675

A.S. BRYDEN & Sons (#’«o» Ltd.
3 IT PAYS YOU TO DEAI. HERE _ |











~“T BLONDIE! | [THE CUFF LINKS Are ty] SPENT ALL E& ‘IC NO WONDER |
(WHERE ARE My Giue| [IN THE TOP RIGHT ,-¢ 7} AFTERNOON CLEANING ( ’ }
(WHERE ARE My @cue| [IN THE TOP RIGHT pf 1/) FTERNOON CLEANING ) C1 CAN'T FIND



1 Ni THE SOCKS are & PUTTING ee

- CUFF LINKS ? J] [IN THE THIRD y~ & IN APPLE-PIE ORDER yx af
Me Sk ad A L DRAWER er 2% - Ss pee
Natt Pa ee A ‘ }!

Se i a

| ANYTHING |
roe cata | _- {

Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only



Speightstown and Swan Stree:



LIKE A RAGING FLOOD BURSTING FROM A DAM, THE

eat) ) a Y) —-—
he 4 oy ,
SURGING HEADLONG INTO POINT- BLANK FIRE, DEFYING
HUMAN TIDE POURS OUT OF THE CELL BLOCK, SPILLING CERTAIN DEATH, THE GREAT HUMAN TORRENT SWARMS
FORWARD — ALWAYS FORWARD.

FROM CORRIDOR TO CORRIDOR IN UNCONTROLLED FURY /=

JOHNNY HAZARD



AT EASE, LADDIES /
WE'LL WAIT HERE FIZ
TH’ TRRAIN

IF HE DOESN'T SPOT ME IN
THE CROWD FIRST...1 SHOULDN'T r
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PAGE EIGHT

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Wood, Manning

Win Mixed

Doubles At Belleville

THE finals of the Mixed
ed yesterday evening when
Charles Manning (—40) c¢
Warren and Val Roach (
minutes. Miss Wood and D
6—2; 6—1
Following the mixed double

handicap, Mrs. John McKinstry,
the wife of the President of the

Club presented the cups to the
various winners.
Following is the list of winner
Men’s Singles: J. D. Trimming-
ham.

Ladies’ Singles: Miss Mavis King

Doubles Handicap were play-
Miss Doreen Wood and Dr.
ympletely outplayed Mrs. D

4 30). The
r. Manning

match lasted 40
emerging winners

Soccer
Preview

Men’s Doubles: E. P. Taylor By DENNIS HART
and Dr. C. G. Manning

Ladies’ Doubles: Miss D. Wood LONDON, Feb. 15
and Mrs. P. McG. Patterson, Today is cup-tie day. In both

Mixed Doubles Handicap. Mis England and Scotland, the cup
D. Wood and Dr. C. G. Manning competitions have reached a crit-
—40. ical stage and by this evening

most teams will know their fate.



English Harbour
Yacht Cruise
Entrants Listed

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Feb, 15
Shepherding the fleet on the
Caribbean Cruise will be the

schooner Mollihawk, skippered by
Mr. Desmond Nicholson, and
under aharter to Mr. John Wright

of the United States. The Molli-
hawk will report daily by wire-
less to headquarters in MWnglish

Harbour during the cruise,

Three yachts from Puerto Rico
have entered for the cruise.

One is the Motor Yacht Veste,
owned by Mr. Luis Santaella, of
Puerto Rico. According to pres-
ent plans, she will have aboard
a party of seven, including Mr.
Ralph G. Christiansen, Commo-
dore of the Club Nautico of San
Juan and former Governor Jesus
T. Pinero. The other two are the
motor yachts “Phoenix and
Malala”, owned respectively by
Mr, German Fernandez and Mr.
Vincente Balbos Pena.

Largest of the entrants is the
90ft. ketch, Mario Katharina
which will be under charter to
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nicholson of
Canada, and will carry a party of
four and a crew of five. Mr.
Wendell Anderson of Detroit has
entered his yawl Escapade.

The cruise will start in Barba-
dos on February 29. Points of call
en route include Grenada, Carria-
cou and Bequia in the Grena-
dines, Si. Vincent, St. Lucia, Mar-
tinique, Dominica, and Guade-
loupe.

When the fleet reaches English
Harbour on Marah 18, it will be
greeted by H.M.S. Sparrow. Cli-
maxing the cruise will be a
three-day programme of enter-
tainment arranged by the Society
of the Friends of English Har-
bour.

The Society was established in
1951 with the object of restoring
the historic naval dockyard in
English Harbour and of improv-
ing its facilities for visiting
yachts, Sponsor of the cruise is
the Royal Cruising Club of the
United Kingdom. The cruise coin-
cides with an appeal for funds to
carry on the work of the Society
which is wholly dependent on
voluntary donations.

Applications for joining the
cruise are still being received by
the Secretary of the Soriety,
whose address is Government
House, Antigua, B.W.1I.



Archery Booming
In London

Britain’s archers are antici-
pating the most successful year
in half a century of their pic-
turesque sport, which is enjoy-
ing a remarkable revival,
Under the guidance of the

governing body, the Grand
National Archery Society, with
headquarters beside Hyde Park,
the sport now has 160 clubs in
the London area alone, only ten
of which were in existence when
the war ended.

“There are still slightly more
men than women archers, but
the women are rapidly catching
up,” said an official of the parent
society today.

“By tradition, dark green
should he worn. Women usually
wear White blouse and green
skirt and white shorts.

“To women, archery makes «
particular appeal. It is quiet anc
peaceful; good for the figure anc
is usually enjoyed in beautiful
settings.” —L.E.S.



Second Division
Match Drawn

In the Second Division football
match at Queen's Park yesterday
afternoon Notre Dame and Ever-
ton played to a 1—1 draw. Tis
game was fast and both sides at
times gave a fair exhibition, but
one or two chances for scoring
were missed by both sides,

A fairly large crowd watched
the game.



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The B.A. Cup competition has
reached the fifth round, The hold-
ers, Newcastle are away to Swan-
sea where they will look to their

brilliant forward line to carry
them through. In previous cup
games this season they have
scored four goals against Aston

Villa and three against Tottenham,

both clubs with good defensive
recoras

Swansea are a difficult team to
beat at the Vetch Field and re-
cently they have been on good

Their inside-left Allehurch
is the equal of any in the country
But whereas Swansea have only
ne real star, Newcastle have four
r five, including inside-forward
Milburn, Robledo and Foulkes, all
nternationals

form



Centre of interest in the south
will be Arsenal’s away match with



Third Divis Leyton Orient.
Sritish § nen like nothing
better than seeing the underdog

triumph and this “David and Go-
liath” clash has captured the im-
agination of all soccer fans.

In beating Second Division op-
ponents, Birmingham and Ever-
ton away from home Orient have
played remarkably good football.




And they aim to do the same
against Arsenal, They have two
good goal-getters in Pacey and
Harris but Manager Stock has

been faced with the difficult prob-
lem of deciding whether or not
to drop Harris in place of Interna-
tienal Rees. Harris only came in-
to the side when Rees was injured
but played well getting the first
goal against Everton and the win-
ner at Birmingham.

Arsenal do not consider this an
easy game by any meang but their
all-round strength should pull
them through. -Outside-left Roper,
in new goal-scoring form, may be
their match-winner.

Another club hoping to do a
“giant-killing” act is ‘Southend,
who entertain Sheffield United,
Southend by the way are cap-
tained by McAlinden who was in
Portsmouth’s 1939 cup-winning
XI.

The Third Division side are ex-
tremely difficult to beat at Grain-
ger Road Stadium where they have
lost only one game this season,
For thig reason much will depend
on Jimmy Hagan, Sheffield’s inter-
national inside-left and captain.
Hagan has the ability to tear holes
in the Southend defence which
has conceded but nine goals in
thirteen home games, If he is in
form Sheffield should reach round
six.

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Scoular, Froggatt and Dickinson,

In the thira round of We scot-
usn Cup tortune has smiled on
the big clubs. ‘ahere are nine Di-
vision “A” sides engaged and in
omy two instances do they ciasn.
Airdrieonians play Morton and
queen of the South entertain
Hearts,

Consolation for the smaller
clubs is in the venues, Dumbarton,
Duntermiine, Arbroath, Dundee
United and*Albion Rovers are all
at home,

Berwick Rangers, the only
league to survive the
rounds, have to travel
Park to Play Division “A” club
Dundee United. Following Ber-
wick’s convincing 4-l wictory over
Alloa, in their 2nd round replay,
they: will not lack confidence but
the wiles of Billy Steel and Co.
should preve too much for them.

Of the more fancied teams,
Hearts appear to have the most
formidable task, They travel to
Dumfries to play Queen of the
South for whom International
centre-forward Billy Houliston is

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Prepare

For 5th Round Cup Tie

(From Our Owh Correspondent)

LONDON.

Trainers have spent a busy but
not altogether successful week
trying to get injured players
ready fdr Saturday’s fifth round
cup ties.

Despite the best efforts of
Arsenal trainer Billy Milne, Scot-
tish International Alex Forbes

will miss the tie with Leyton. His
injured knee is still painful and
a last minute choice will be
made from the reserve half backs

Shaw and Bowen.

Leyton Orient’s Manager Alec
Stock has had his big problem
solved for shim. Welsh Inter-

national and Captain Billy Rees
although fit, has asked to be
included in the reserve side. This

means Leyton make no ghange
with reserve Harris who scored
the winner at Birmingham, con-

tinuing at centre forward

West Bromwich Albion
solved their centre
problem. Konny Allen
top scorer with 25
is still suffering from
vision the result of a
training accident when the ball
hit him in his eye—and so the
attack will be led by 20-year-old
John Nicholls making his de..'*
in.senior football.

have
forward
their
goals
blurred

Last Minute Choice

Blackburn, who receive West
Bromwich, are waiting until the
last minute before making their
centre forward selection, There
are hopes that Eddy Quigley who
has been injured for the last six
weeks may be fit but if he fails
to pass the last minute test
Amateur International Bill
Holmes will play.

Liverpool also have to make a
change for their away tie with
Burnley, Centre half and Captain
Phil Taylor is unfit and Joe
Cadden the Scot who was
signed by Liverpool from Brook-
lyn Wanderers on their American
tour three years ago deputises,

Cup holders Newcastie had a
shock last night when left-winger
Mitchell reported he had back

» pains but he will definitely play

against Swansea.

Sheffield United who visit
Southend, one of the three
remaining First Division clubs,

will be without goal keeper, Bur-





in top form. The “Queens” hav
won Weir last seven Home Bame
and when they met Hearts in a
jeague game at ‘Tynecasiie euriie:
In the s@ason they only lost
the odd goal of seven,

Cup-holders Motherwell, w!
have not been impressive th
season, will find Dumfermliie
difficult to beat on their own
ground and may have to be cor -
tent with a draw.

Rangers, following their ea
second round tie with Elgin shou!
not be extended in their awa;
game with Arbroath,

Failing any upsets in this roun
the next will be a battle of th«
giants.

With all the cup matches in pro-
gress, there is only a limited
league programme on both sides
of the border. Games which hav
a diréct bearing on champion-
snips are the Lincoln City-Tran
mere clash (Third North) and the
East Fife-Hibernian meeting
(Scottish Division “A”. Both Lin-
celn and Hibernian are striding
ahead in their respective leagues
and victory will consolidate their
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Young, a twenty-year-old pro-
duct of Scottish junior football.
In goal for Southend wili be Geoff
Morton, signed a fortnight ago
from Watford. He is eligible to
play by just one hour.

Portsmouth, at home to Don-
easter bring in Mundy for Reid
who is injured at inside right.
Their attack is led by Henderson
who is being closely watched by
Scottish selectors.

Goalkeeper Unfit

In the Scottish third round ties
Albion Rovers who play third
Lanark have goalkeeper Archie
McFeat unfit. Reserve John Cock-
burn deputises. In the Mother-
well-Dunferline clash, Cox the
former Hearts player comes in at
right half for Motherwell in
place of McLeod. On the Dum-
fermline right wing will be
Willie Walters playing against his
former colleagues.

Glasgow Rangers still have to

name a deputy for inside left,
Findlay who broke his leg last
Saturday



U.S. Table Tennis
Star To Bid For
Our Title

Sharon Koehnke, rising star
of U.S. table tennis, has accepted
the invitation to compete in the
English table tennis champion-
ships at Wembley (March 25—
29)

This 17-year-old holder of the
U.S, junior title will give the
occasion—the silver jubilee meet-
ing of the E.T.T.A—an_ extra
fillip. She will apply glamour to

Wembley as did her fellow
American Beverly Baker to last
year’s Wimbledon lawn tennis
championships.

Miss Koehnke’s skill at table
tennis matches her looks. In the
recent U.S. international trials
she was placed second to the
American No, 1, Miss Leah Neu-
berger. In addition to her national
junior tithe she holds the junior
championship of Canada. She is
also a fine swimmer and tennis
player.

Chis year’s championships pro-
vide a great opportunity for
juniors, Our brightest hopes
among the younger players rest
with Bryan Merrett (Glos.) at 16
our youngest post-war inter-
navional, Philomena Heppell
(Northumberland) Doreen
Spooner (Middlesex) and Jill
Rook (Surrey).

Merrett’s best performance this
season was reaching the semi-
final of the Metropolitan tourna-
ment in which he was beaten by
the back-to-form Bergmann.

—L.E.S.

MOTOR VESSELS
BRING FRUIT

More fresh fruit arrived in the
colony yesterday by the M.V.
Daerwood and the M.V. Cacique
Del Caribe. Among her cargo the
Daerwood brought twenty-four
erates of fresh fruit and 99 bags
of copra. The Cacique Del Caribe
also brought twenty-three crates
of fresh fruit.

END BLACK MARKET
JALAPA, Mexico, Feb. 21.





Engineer Daniel Escridando
spokesman for the Synthetic
Mexican Company said, that
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drug Cortisone will be produced
soon around Orizaba, south-west
of here. He said that added pro~
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Angelo May
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Buxton

By GEORGE WHITING

George Angelo, middle-weight
champion of South Africa, has
offered to deputise for Alex Bux-
ton—who injured an eye against
Randolph Turpin this week—
against Ron Crookes (Sheffield)
at Nottingham on February 25.

He has also been matched with
Jimmy Davis (Bethnal Green)
over 10 rounds at list. 91. at the
Seymour Hall, Marylebone, on
March 6,

Three months ago Angelo out-
pointed the coloured American
middle-weight, Burl Charity, and
it seemed at one period that that
performance would have been
rewarded by a fight with Turpin.

Since then, however, Angelo
has put himself under new man-
agement, seen a proposed trip to
New York misfire and become the
object of back stage boxing pol-
ities,

The South African champion is
a stylist in a tradition now rapidly
fading and his return to action
is most welcome.

Davis, too, is cast in the “old-
fashioned” mould that gave us
boxing craftsmen — as distinct
from the mass-produced crash-
bashers so often seen to-day.

Canada Beat



Sweden 3—2 |

OSLO, Feb. 22.
_ Canada broke through the fight-
ing Swedish defense with only
twenty seconds left to play Fri-
day night and slammed in ihe
goal that gave them a three to
two victory.—U.P.

DRAW MATCH
CARLTON, Y.M,C.A.

Carlton and Y.M.C.A. played to

goalless draw at Black Rock
yesterday afternoon in their Third
Division Football match, At Pick-
wick, Foundation Old Boys de-
feated Pickwick Rovers one nil,
Notre Dame beat the Barbados
Regiment by two goals to one
and Rangers defeated Wanderers
twoe-nil,

At Combermere, Combermere
Old Boys played a good game
with Foundation whom they beat
to the tune of four-nil.



GERMANS WIN
OSLO, Feb. 22.
The German figure rk team
of Rio and Paul Falk on Friday
night won the Olympic Paris fig-
ure skating championship with a
point average of 11.356.—U.P.

MIXED CARGO ARRIVES

The s.s. Aleoa Planter arrived
from Montreal via St. Lucia with
a eargo which included 3,400 bags
of our, 540 bags of corn meal, 90
bales of pickled pork, 838 bags of
poultry feed, 1,150 bags of oats
and 2,000 bags of linseed oil.





In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Staition

Cable and Wireless (West Indies)
Limited advise that they can now com-
municate with the following
through thelr Barbados Cx

s.s. PB, and T, Pathfinde
Punner, Stella Polaris,
Knight, Baguio, Dolores, s.s
Tista, s.8. Regent Hawk, s.s. Grenanger,
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Torgersen, 3.5 Lady Rodney, 5.8
Ralantia, s.s. Sea Wind, 5.5. Nuevo
Dominacano, s.s. Argentan, 5.8. Canadian
Conqueror, s.s. Panama, s.s. Europa, §.s
Cantauria s.s. Ocean Monarch, s.s. La
Heve, §.8. Queen Elizabeth, 5.5. Empress
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1952



SMALL BORE RIFLE
CLUB REPORT

The Annual General Meetine
of The Small Bore Rifie Club was
held om Wednesday, February
20th, 1952, and after the Minutes
of the previous meeting was read
and confirmed, the Chairman Mr
T. A. L, Roberts requested the
Club Captain Mr. A. S. Warren to
read the report for the past year

During the year a new system
of Range officers to smperintend
shoots was _ introduced which
greatly relieved the burden of
work on the secretary and asked
that members would co-operate
as much as possible in doing their
teur of duty. .

Spoon shoots were introduced
and the winning members were
Major A. S. Warren and Major
J. E. Griffith. However, we are
glad to state that the supply cf
Spoons have been received ani
that spoon shoots will be held re-
gularly in the next year.

The ‘annual competition was
held September 22nd to September
29th, 1951. There were six events
for members of the Club: one each
for the B’dos Regiment and one
for the B'’dos Cadet Corp. It was
a very successful meeting and we
Wad to congratulate Mr. M. R.
DeVerteuil for making the highest
score in the grand aggregate and
thereby winning the Connell
Challenge Cup.

The Club had entered and took

rt in the Overseas Colonial

all Bore match but up to the
present results have not been re-
ceived.

During the recess of shooting,
lighting equipment has _ been
made more permanent with the
result that members will not have ,

the trouble of erecting these lights | ;

before shooting. It was recom-
mended that one more rifle be
purchased by the Club.

Attendance has not been up to
the usual standard, but it is hoped }
that with the new lighting system |
it will improve,

The treasurer’s report was en
read and adopted, The Chairman
stated that there was an unusual)
large amount of arrears outstand-
ing, but this was in some measure
due to the difficulty that the mem-
bers had experienced as_ the
treasurer did not have an office in
town. Arrangements have been
made that subscriptions will. be
received by the range officer at
practice or by Mr. T. A. L. Rob-
erts at Roberts & Co.

The following. officers

BOYS’ CLUB MATCH
DRAWN

Boys’ Club = and
Speightstown Boys’ Club played
to a 1—1 draw in a football match
at the Belleplaine Playing Field
yesterday afternoon,

: Both Rides scored in the first
half of play and after half time
the Belleplaine Boys’ Club never
took the opportunities they had
for scoring.

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elected for the ensuing year:

Election of Officers: Gol. J.
Connell, Mrs. J. Connell, Major
A. S. Warren (Chairman), w,
T. A. L. Roberts (Club Capt.), Mr.
R. D. Edghill (Secre ), Capt.
J. R. Jordan, Mr. K. S. Yearwood,
Mr. M. G. Tucker. ’

The Chairman reminded mem-
bers that the first practice would
start on February 23rd and con-
tinue regularly every second and
fourth Saturday as well as every
Wednesday night.

WHAT’S ON TODAY

Films for Children at Brit-
ish Council — 9.00 a.m.

Police Courts — 10 a.m.

Meeting of Housing Board
—10 a.m.

Meeting Committee
R.S.P.C.A. British Coun-
cil — 12 noon

— 1.30 p.m.
Girl Guides’ Concert at St.
Michael’s Girls’ School

—4.30 p.m.

Netball — Queen’s College
vs. Olympia at Queen’s
College — 4,45

Golf—Beer

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sMl IDAS, HlBRl AKY 23. 1W2 UUIrt.DOS AllNiii VII PAor. FIVE FISHING BOAT LAUNCHED ON WEDNESDAY •Plane Club l.evtifres Slart Tiresday Nig hi Wrecked On Thursday WITHIN thirty-six hours of bein launched, the fishing boat "Dawn", uwncd by Charle.s Donald McKi Holetown, was driven ashore on Thursday muht an pletelv ani McKenzie launched his newlv completed boqt last Wednesday evening about 5.30 o'clock, but it was too late to ballast it. and he moored it oft Holetown. Th* Dm nit l "' night, hou.v, v., SB 0 „ ih<> iiit became chappy and lh< %  H SOU *) The ik->t .i 11i serial ,,i M attered an ihe. %  Barbados *htals. Except fur th. sails Li. in Aeroplane Chib will be being wiw Lhe bull ara held at the British Council Plate s/raeh • ..'• *\ fixi pjn on Tint exDrifting: pla niri. 1 The Theory of Flight"' Alter four daJ Will be Shown. K.iiyone is in,h e crew of the fishing boat sea vited to these lectures. <-:'i' thefevessel Sea On Thuraday night the B UA.C. rd wn,> 1 they *"* picked up >-M a meeting at which Mr. ''V **•£ fishing boat Wood Goddard. Chairman of the *>* Tom Pollard who refused t. Committee of Management re-id uke lne,r bo t ln ,ow bagajuss %  a progress report of the Club low wind* Th P boat was left to irom its Inenplion up to the drl i' b M*!it stage Mr. A. R. Toppln. President. In r .. Skl '" ,p f e Ji bv H m ':, ll V C V .?' his opening address, complimented SSftJSKft i* K !w h ^SiLa ,l,e the club on Its progre*, and said •• "-£ ** f J J,n J he Brid e ihat he had never seen any other '*" Whjr l-sl Monday morning at 4 o'clock, and for three days, the'owner Claude Beck:> anxiously for Ihr return of his only boat. .ibout 12 midnight on mrsday that he received th dreaded news that hit i:\iiHi\iviiis S. American Troupe To Give Shows Here The South American Variety entertainers arrived ir be Itlaftd on Thursday morning by the Canadian Cruiser The troupe, which is headed by Harvey Rofel •-ix weeks in the island giving shows at theatres dubs anr %  pit—i _^^_____^^_^_ ltogeis Is paving his < liri-li.m Sioncr Uaelure13o Be Given \c\l Tilrststiv For relief from ASTHMA one small tablet acts quickly and e ffectiv e ly I '• %  %  %  : iin IHl with Ihr .*.lm club rruike BO much progress in so short a time. He offered the club hn full support. A letter was road from Wing Commander L A. EtfglesfleJd. DlTh H !" £% hL rector General of Civil AvlaUon. T "" !" "'>' '"at he In which he too offered to assist the Club In any way possible. Mr. D. Malone gave a talk on what the lectures would be about and stressed that it was vitally Important for both flying members and prospective flying members to attend these lectures. By attending these lectures flying member* would lessen the work %  i the instructors. SEVEN .! gftBS memberof Uir Bonth American Variety entertain*!* who arrived UTO on Thursday They ara (1. 10 r. standing). •*'' JLirvry Itoger-. Doreen nravaaaade and Ior Hiu.tr Sqnatting i one of the K. '!]," %  feMtSMffl %  Hire art > %  .HI troupe Hai rtnei Bon. %  %  %  nee*; ibf pnodhoo %  .-,.%  to walkers, stunt rtdarj .... Onsen, .i ui ic l ii. of |h* \n\ Hntu %  !. pi gramma over / i N Enid Kmc who is lefinad Sweetheart te lbs *;II>H> i' %  i IT .si's.imte, ingvr and dancer I Hunlr. ttM H" %  %  tanas • did the following two davs jn.1 nighU. A TEACHERS' TRAINING COLLEGE i> very MMntUJ in pMOmgMiW country, Mr. James H Kilkenny. Headmaster (i[St Miirv'-i Anehcan School. Vretxln:h.">|< British (iuiana. told the Advocate yestei-day. Mi Kilkenny %  gpandina M\ uriUfi' boUda in the aland H* li itayinR with Sfit, and Mrs Frank Edwards at Da' The sBsakar win i>Ratp I B ot Ban I CallfxniKi He is aulh-.i bed i-v Mirthoi Church, rhs firs rch of Christ, S. ,' Brrtam Atteas The New l !" 0, )• !" *^ h '£!**^'• lAickie* Qrrhstru U sapeetsd lo ""* hr f A" n Sc r^ "-^'i t, jps m Ranado* after many quwtlons of vital Impo,ance to eseryoM to-daj H lecture Is snUtaM i I Ptom liarbadoi the troupe >v Meaea Its RatnatatonMnt ot hoping to tour Jamaica. Aruba. Primitive Cbristaantty aitj] %  % %  i "Hi" spiritual Healing" in particular I '..mla -* %  he will BtNSS UM _^^^^^,^^_ prayer to heal all type" of rtiei and destroy P This leclunWhl I i > Ki'-t Church nf ChTW i | IW Hiulgelown It <>i>eTi OBITUARY i/r.s. C. Cobham Snipers Kill Legionnaire %  In ii I havvisiti %  i ta TT'NIS. Feb. 22. It was V rued that auiper fired on a military patrol at Kef -iurln* the night killing a French I %  AutborUle* :i it military patrol In the centre l ... T B) this nme h,. was oft* tlie w,,|,:i '-' v VISBea 1 UU Nortn Point Liahtheuei Ttui *hal --t u ( day they ran into strong winds i"**fl Pinion I and the nhb-.ni bn-ke. and about ,rrl rau 5 h ,u "• '"" l w M> c'osoek in the svaftiraj the) lf Sighted the U*t raptained bv ''*P*< h the Age Or. T>m PolUrd who agreed to take them on board, but said he could not take their vcw-l in tew, the tide being hard ami ths wind i %  .w ten trough! Ashore They wei P wuugnt about II o'clock %  i'ii • %  lbs leieher rJllcleni scop*' I .. %  pupils wliHr ths 'lull one |inrf Bjsbors Thursday schools are vny up.t*'Anrthcr nttnek WBI made durnight, none the WOTSt tm then at most of the schools I visited. ing the night at Boussi El Bey. experiwice. .' '> wort -n a ggjven miles from Tunla where The boat which is valued al shots .-re rtred at H oasslns car. ^bout $750.00 was not covered b> %  as in)urod but several Insurance. Mixed CnmOsi bullet holes were found In the The owner told the Advocate .;< KOkennj itressed ih.it he mat when his boat did not return, f. Ifi .' ; romotkM bv ;ittBitimenl ha reported the matter to the and abHlt< f tl Fisheries Officer, and asked if he %  chiavs bettei rSBull Tt> would send the Investigator W in British Ouiana search for the Ses l-ard. He was no age grouping .mil mo thru informed that the Inveatlgaschools ^ire Mixed s tor was Itself out U> sea, and that He said that British Guiana there was no radio on board. also I He thought dial if il -n, i>sCoUegS •' siblj to get In touch with ihe thtoumi the Instrt Inveatlgator al the time, she Mi I U could have bwn asked n, oarry Education At first II had I I out ihe search, and perhaps the of only three, but today II Sea Lord might have been wived, niton This was lh,. onl) yeef he did In not renew the Insurant., I 1 on tho boat. automobile Last niaht's incidents bring the death tool |n Tunis since rioting Started "Te on January 16 ln killed .md more than 200 wounded. nthla t'obham passed Btfa ol February I inj and |u i tiu.uniii thai II,I would be siKir*"d l nme. the hin.h and *• ,. ( ii Hoi quiet unaaln| manner, lb dignity and h which she laced tn ol iii. sncV asp lalrj to ;"" %  | bang) sn %  .. ougtu up iii the ,; st Cyprian's, isachei ms married at s; Cyprian's, and Inusd he. worship H ^ ( labss 1 church. She was Isid t< sstbury Cssneb %  In pn'seticr nf iatl MM .d the ,.n pab i life i large gulhKod fritndj her almoat all her life and I II KII.KINM whom her passing of deep regret. iU t-CFM Raff TO-/* I i tm nrsl sreal task ol hunMnlty is nnl dellveranir bj Ihe suord but deliverones hrssn the .word —David Llovd I.corse Death Due To Toxemia And Bronchial Pneumonia ninc-maa jury ksatfa due rd %  INDIANS SEE HARD IN JAMAICA SAYS SAHAY at Ti %  %  'leal s/ork. includli I %  \.. \ mi %  ii r I A teacher' years ami i ,,t •, .. %  %  ' I Most of the Indians in Jamaica the Wes' Indies and tndll unlike those in Barbados sre were closely related and workers on plantations. Due to wag much ln common hence tlisy the lacfc of work, there is iome should try ui know each other hardship existing among them, more and more. but snorts are being made by the (iiivrrnmenl and aome prominent Indians to amello inaii c nihtion. Shri Anand asenan Sahay. Indian CommlaWoner for W< • Indies and British GuiBna told the Advocate last night The Commissioner who was In Jamaica since February' 5 on un C Tlcial lour passed through, here I. st nipht by B.W.I A. on his way I ick to hi* headquarters In TrinlOjd. At the airport to meet him vere some members of the Indian Community here with whom he chatted for a few minutes. Ha .ui that he had visited different parts of Jamaica where the Indians were living in order to study conditions for himself Mil known that most of them were very poor because there was no work, but of course. In some parts of the country, s me were better off than others. The housing condition! 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Selling \i: limns M-SJK Dili I, < u i I aparats Dr w rMetali '"i men snd women who po.t m rirm • live at ih'C o U sssj to UH entire 1 lieniHl "f their training. bronchiid pneomoi %  said that an naasaajj Blirv nn ,|„. htp ol AM subjects are taught on tho H (| ' ' Crush He inl m<-toT_ cycle ROkenny said Thu Col/ Hill. I %  While it ,. not him. Wl "1SSJ that th. laachei i bond in the Hill thia Colk for the •, ..' obtaining ins U-ainlng th!ion dc AN AMI said that l I .' Kilkenny II. jili • %  %  %  :ed through the %  rueh bBa worked i I I l •tand ."i iv. but .it %  Then : odatlon lor this %  .i ,; in tho trench. : them sppesn Hll. in need of medical EPHEDROL i/iiitfc/> rclicvci COLDS and CATARRH Il clears the nasal pa-sages in remove sfatioeei and the diilrcs films which were shown ihe protection and encouragei"s n l'7 m '*'* „ ta ,„ dltlcrenl places where meetmem of Ihe Covemmenl and This is hi. I r.l vu t • JJJ;_ inn were held and Ihoy were people ol thai lalamd. do. although hi. fan.il) .11 r.g. Lmtly appreeialed. not only by Hi .aid that ke was ,ocr he lar v.sllorv H. IL Indian" bul bv non-Ind.an. as did not hare much lime hm M enol and heallh "'.. he would hav* liked to meet Mr He said that a new law had G. H. Adams. He was. however ln passed In Jamaica enabling glad 10 hear that his Party was loose who wanted lo cremate very successful al the last Genihelr dead bodies Instead of buryeral Elections and al he wa ing Ihem and added that there honoured in Ihe New Year Honwere some other laws that were %  ..Liioration such as the Hindus and Muslims Marriage and Divorce Law. which would soon be brought before the legislature. "Jamaica has a vary prosper. list Lord 10 nf 1 Hi HI Reaches B.C. md take! _._ In seabathing He "I-, admires %  aches Meat Barbadian* appear to be very hospitable find courteoi strangers." He ha" been in the [• %  :, %  IT year* and Is <. O0 1 igo he "npoinlof %  .I.,,, A•• • time he wsa senior %  rnastei %  •• I" Anglican Srhord. DECREE NISI T.r 1 U v'iMtlr,". d ''levera?' i p l^ "on 0OaTWM,TK. ^.".ruTl'lufn^ey^deser^e lh. 1 Chief Sc„ u u, r d „„..,,.„ .,. .ndustrv because they have beaurived in Georgetown on Thursday liful beachoh and beautiful hotela evening He Is a guest at %¡ which are run on a ver>" high e-nment House for a week be. ,^, rt f rwwr.. „nH sundard. I hope that wit* the lore flying to Jamaica for the Brat M^r.mon.al "^.J growth of the industry, the peoCaribbean J^nboree^ pic will be happier A detachment of Dutch Seou.. Mr j us u ^vmpathetie Presa arrived from Surinam on Thura,„„„„,,, | The Commissioner ^aid lhat the day to preet Lord Rowallan an I M M Marshall Press was always sympathetic 'o join the week-end colony Sen.! Q | Uaraha lowardi Indian new* and views R"U>'. Lord Bowallsn i* m-seting Mr n H I. 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PACE rots BAKBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY HBKl \U\ I 8\RBADos^Amofm In-old Stories Of The NOBODY'S ian Who Was Kins* DIARY u S.lunl-. Fltn B, l!52 Trrfanirul School i.\ :IT Laboui i %  pamphlet, "Ldix'iir Marvin's On, lin: ;ii ik made that in the very near future the parly will "ncpukd U> fftWItt for industrial training." This statement II very ambiguous. It may b interpreted to mean lh.it the patty rnirti-l-, to support the recommendations made in "Vocational and Technical Training," which is now being studied by a special Committee: or it may be interpreted to %  DM hopes that it means that a beginning will soon be made towards the creation of a good secondary technical school. is one augury o| good intentions. Major Dar.ington. who returned lu llritish C.uiana last week came here at the special invitation of the Government of Barbados that the local committee which is studying the "Vocational and Technical Training" pamphlet at the request of the Government, might have the benetit of his advice. Major Darlington has given that advice and no gift of prophecy is necessary to suppose that it will not be I taken in the form in which he gave it. Yet everyone would argue that it was worth hearing his advice Only, alter hearing it, the committee should lose no time in coming to a decision and the Go* %  eminent should at once acquaint the public with the contents of that decision. What is that decision likely to be ? It is impossible to forecast the actual details of their decision but it seems reasonably certain that the Government intends tu make a beginning with technical education and tli.ii expenditure on technical education has been allowed ft in the estimates which will be introduced soon in the Assembly and Legislative Council. It seems also certain that this expenditure will be on a modest scale and will by no means provide what is wanted. Yet any expenditure designed to inaugurate a system of technical education will be welcome as a sign of conversion and acknowledgment of the fact that nothing restricts Barbadian chances of employment at home and abroad more than the absence of facilities for acquirim; technical education. The views of its champions are contained in the pamphlet "Vocational and Technical Training." This pamphlet was submitted in the form of a unanimous report by %  select committee which met on 35 occasions, beginning on 17th July, 1946. The report paid tribute to an att made in 1944 to establish a technical school and mentioned a comprehensive report prepared by Mr. C. G. Crawford to which that attempt was indebted. Progress towards a technical school has been a long and painful progress and the ninth year has been reached since Mr. Crawford reported in 1943. The public which has suffered most from the delay in starting a technical school is impatient of further delay. The Government realises this and will no j doubt urge the committee to express its decisions before the estimates are pub! lishedWhether the Committee decides J to add a technical wing to Combermere j School or to convert Combermere entire\ ly into a Technical School or decides i against utilising any existing school, are important factors affecting expenditure It is. obviously important that limited funds should be wisely spent and it is essential that the greatest possible use be made of existing school buildings. Of equal importance is the inter-meshing of facilities provided by the Evening Institute with the programme of the technical school. Until the technical school is producing adequate numbers of correctly trained technicians only the Evening Institute can till the gaps in knowtadgi experienced by those who have already entered Industry without having had the requisite preliminary technical education. No less important will he the liaison between the Board of the Technical School and the Director of Education. It would obviously be undesirable for the Board to operate M vaeuo, suspended from the normal educational programme of the island. It would, on the other hand, Utragk and would mutilate the functions of a technical school if its board of dii< academicians. Only i( the technical school i s influenced, directed and controlled by a Board which is fully representative of C and Industry will its role in the community be properly fullllled. No doubt these points are appreciated by the committee and the Government. The public should know soon. ii. NORM \\ run i MOM -I * fc" %  %  %  I..mi.I and i -llur .aTrworii kn. Ilr Ml in llir Howl irrlu* UH all. Dunns iho** 1 tired and stumhW-il II was a brave iWl lltll" in us and madi-tma> dinner ait a bit • ituiiia U> VI did personally. I out the ulal*a and %  i No, 143. from the picric b.sk*u. Uuki 01 Wl-i-n old Amos, hi* head keeper. i... Kuu bmpad '> hta Uad him with the ' %  %  as they |D %  .hooting days. Km* had cone, old -,ia to beAmoa was MIIUII up in bed, with hU lips and SOkd hit lip., and hi* cheek with his aliifht (tuner that until flu before DM beihat nu'i '.m< loved aw i f-wtU tr\ la d-do M • %  i. HM nnn naaaaei tvaafaai King like.! In stroll alone fi..,, • ".tringhain. acrosi the estate parkland, to play tenm* with Lord Tuesday"It sounded So strange in February Ha tap* RUsabatf) rarssojr, <<• m-uchbour. He liked I wooden bench al the fu Ufa i ... lk-M in front of pavilion that he had rebuilt %  i.m ill* burner u Ueorge Monday -Thert is. I learnt toda> one ..tnei way of making money out of betides getting free swill for pigs. But it affects butchers only. In my neighbourhood there lives a man who is known as the diseased meat butcher His trade is to buy all the broken down pieces of livestock he can And still on their feet and he doesn't refuse any. That's what I'm told and who am 1 to say it isn't true'' .<.wn do < hanged Voice Then, as the yeirs passed, came thai mellowness and SUP .i Kuir who knew his %  bonaatk UM tatas. and listened, not in qm in ,i kind of aatai had h • man who served us all, and who in< Royal ha IsAJrnsd the magV %  tti-atness. with (to £.< .11 An ... %  W\ i Iha U all the 1 IB r uf a riranu-r II trfls hoarnc and %  I i was MM roice o/ Ihe H KM had known, and who had taught M I" IBM hail He WOM a kstta dSStfc upon his shoulder, and Ihe King knnr If. thouph we did met All the time, behind the gilded curtains of Itoyally. lived a man that none of us know if us will truly know him. as his wife and daughters knew him. Even Prince Charkks. irMiuiring now. In faltering baby voice, Mtpa", who Is dead knew %  Much of his story tvOl remain UnkoldL Hut Ihnv remain a few crumbs, by which thoae of us And he never forgot the village •' VtTJ informal man, Mhool at Saiulringhsm. "The Kin, bea Uf would let him be Ik %  ., country gentleman to at us." says Mr S Willis. In sehool at "" %  killing Of ganw Dial ple.sed Dersinaham. where most of the .ire children Bai Opatt, wr* a tew in-nigh imslafl. ill.. • II, ,;„, ,K. „..,UT.<( dj-i" K-hir DMihe school nas built, and in 194: he r, ,i Royal casto* I %  resenll'ig a li\blc every i/ta< "ie scholar who belt InMH ih. tin own Sertneares, ivnea ht paid a osll •* lulling uvuld uisp>'r[ •oery room thor\ % %  •"' the ouphly and ijuestion the chlldre*. King . %  HM %  '^I'U' most o/ Ihem bu nome covert "If Nazis Come" He could always And a Joke d-mt anythins that did not work. jny formal pomposity that did not paratroopers might try to seize The l.a.1 Knlry \m H.HI Id criti knowlnc thai lil\ m\ i*i l were % well stocked ai ,"i> In UH klniilum. And II was ii'ii Btaai wrrki ago thai the King h.'M a lltilr parti lo eelrbr Ir tieOu >r l w >>o> only on the occasion hind Buckingham Palace. "I re... that Mr, Churchill mentioned on I the King coming aro t RlSJht, when the King Ihe Mi" %  mini When ,. •scaped BSJTOWiy, There i.s .till a i MI boot Bandrlng"'"'' s P !,l, ter embedded in the rang agall it one "f his horse> ||j k g/i u |,| fftTin %  WM denf old .,.. kk r f „ WoUard, th.ha Ko had a touch of Ui<* lowing •,%  m hls Ooorsjs wag the man uh.. I.K.I. i ,iu,ng br '" %  "•' 'i' 1 'to say something to Ihem. bat noembled, austere hiwly could hear anlhlng for lh< BSHBS of old llrwir'i voice. fBthOt "The King stands It for a minute, Thea, dawn Ihs bo ti old Ooorga on the p of paper 1 .,;„.„ ,.(>,..' ,„,< Turp.,,SS-JL2 "-& %  JUT, LS i.i...; ban who wears the Crown '* %  around her.you "Then InlaiUfbs BOd OOOTSI ltd in ,i minute 001 I rho I else is laughing." l' i %  %  I ana In the s r J < 11 Inghim, lhai -if 1948, th.it gave i %  hjni "f what might '>*' wrong with the King'* heal'h The young racehorse trod on the King's foot, acawiched ii undsi ins metnl-shod hoaf. Tin for the King, but he Blmpll I %  d with II wry smile It .1. bit I vc tost the leeling In thai foot, some time ago." This wm the start of his illness, l*>tr fDr when the doctor* examine.! it. the King a few days afterwards M KHM trouble with MI"K1 flow. It '•. her • Kill); It .id .Imply: "Tell them th.t Tnrpln has won" Il was In his nun ha ml writ! nt. .nil I'rln.i-s. rillr-ibelh read II ..loud with a pleised ll'lle smile. -r ,11 I. ; ., Th K d-n.tured ^SSS^STM lost AlSandrlngham.onthaHaPt "SKru.t' "Hi host. ahool ..f ui* life he u.i* in greal good humour, and *lir %  shoot personally, placed the fona iiiiiniilute concern and odd his law guests when to HIP nilla— 'n hla eg-pulllng win %  in I.IW one %  i iher of h heart belon K ed. He loved trees and Held*. A gale blew a giant rim down a rouple of years age -1 ltu.km,li. HI Palace. The tree fell aeroBH the famous Queen Vlrtorla lawn. When the King Has i..ill b telephone he motored down that same iflagBOS. from .mil in,ii mi to Inspect the damage. "My C.oodi The head gardeiur was told of IhS Kmg-1 arrival. Hastfb h. i into his %  iTlci.il black Iscket and striped trousers and H ilked out on to the lnwn. "Ah. there you are!" said the King This tree is still alive. Il wr are quick about It We can get her replanted, don't you think"? The head gardener agreed. "I'd ke to get a qualified team of i ram to do the Job, Your The King nodded. "All right. I in how much will the foresters I ust". About 150. Sir." Thi-re was a moment's horrified silence The King said' "Afu goodinybody missed „,.„. „,„„_ d(1 ^ lMnk ^ *£. manep*" The looking after their boys, I us. Alrc.idy there ore zenry Its people should : ">** specify any portlcular scores of families who i-an ill affoi,! mable access ;. PS of hoy and as the greater to properly feed and cloth* ,,,.! „.. always include* the lesser It must selves. Many have to roaort thins an I '*' •-"'""Wl that good as well a* niedxlne whenever bad llll,e V 9 *"* meant which hi obtaining certain iwtdful rsqulrsd. n %  %  'in ordsi to nuke lea end* mi. .. ,.. turning out good of being able to honour the oUiga..i %  ., ^ masters are also teachers They -tr. K-.^.m „v.... anA „-__,, n „„. .,.„. in such a w.ty. tu become worn ,, his bcrl in h's ... "I" 1 !" * Mne * ,no which the h,gh m p, S ?£ ,"* ^', h >y r^L, K?*' ,OS MB nr to keen lK Volt SS Th," which may befall thi family III |01. " sJosTimegtlr i^ th^ wJE fettter, rhsAJllBOSfi; '* concen.-d. may yet fad to Bll .-—and so implement the Patrol System ano msrclsl %  gcses thai %  my with whom i have J£ f,u .'" ,, ia *" 1 rnc ". "S 1 %  %  %  . r-ikon—to imd.'t.iand what your y, p ''""' > !" vil ll > !" Seou' Tuesday. 19th Ir S^ . __as— ~,. Si wanted lo convey t-> hiY !" >">dor writers reference It the .i I ,. mc One thing be das do ironmongt ignorai to hear St Philip's Mr. Mottley talk about members of this August House. St. Philips Mr Mottley has a style all his own: it reminds me of the sound of egg* frying in the pan: the words come sizzling out with crackles: and besides the glint In his eyes unhidden by spectacle* you can see his movtofj Bllfjtv pointing now at Mr Speaker, now at Mr. Harrow and now at nobody in particular. 1 nienUnii M\ Barrow because he's a bit of a linger wagger himself. Wednesday One of the billions of things about which I've remained in ignorance until today is the use of black sea eggs or cobblers. 1 though 1 had stumbled on a minor industry for making toilet brushes from black sea-eggs' prickles when I saw two lads brushing the prickles off cobbles on a beach. 1 was so interested to tind out what they were doing that I never worried to ask them if they realised the mess they were making of the beach. If I had they would never have let me into their secret. They use the black sea eggs' body when it has been deprickled for bait. You put the body on a hook and sling your line out to sea. Porgls love it I was told and these two boys were sure of getting 30 lbs of fish from their two dozens or so cobblers sans prickles. Thursday—Local journalists are slap bang in the Engli.vli newspaper tradition when they devote so much space to the opening of new latrines. I remember an old colleague who now slaves at a subeditor's desk with a dozen or more slaves in London telling me of his column and a half in a Yorkshire paper describing his town's first underground lavatory. If 1 remember rightly the Mayor and Corporation turned out in full morning dress and there were bouquets of roses over the lavatory. Personally I'm all in favour of publicity for lavatories and as a street walker for many years I can notice little lavatory improvement in Bridgetown today. Only the other night in the Trafalgar Square park alias the ex-Central Foundry I discovered a lady coming from behind my car. I don'l know where else she could have gone for cover because the nearest ladies lavatory that I know about was in Goddard's Restaurant and even supposing shr could afford to patronise Goddard?* it would have been shut by thot time. The only thing I can say in favour of Bridgetown lavatories is that you can find one or two if you keep trying but 1 remember walking all over St. John's in Antigua before I finally found rest in the Harbour Masters. The people who hold up the buildings of lavatories in Bridgetown have obviously never needed them in a hurry, otherwise ihey might under* stand why they are so urgently needed. Friday—Today I found myself in the Posl Office (not looking for my post which gets to me sooner or later) but trying to find a telephone directory. It ma> have been there but if so it was well and truly hidden. In case it isn't there don't you think it's time somebody thought of putting one in or maybe two or three would be better, with phones to go with them of course. Lots of people who telephone me don't have telephones a0 they must be terrible nuisances to their neighbours. %  A ] !.£ nch *.l i^ af,er ,^ opl ^ a S tTdsy—Owing to the rising cost of living im.lren and assist parents In .... ..... •.nil,u,n '-ns out good cltirens. Scout(you don t have to believe this story if v„ss SESsIfc'SfS you don t wanl lo r m ,rying to educ,te i t*. .Ihi. ..... ... K.^ and I refenvd to some of their PAPER SERVIETTES In Plain White Sl.ee |M-r h-n.lrrd ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street Jr. Greyitone, Hutinft %  %  i ll II %  %  AH Aimrrirmn #* %  .•. -.vfi %  < 1'ookvr To rook -r .r./i/i.i../ you ,-rvr Ihouyht ol mm in a fmrlion ol thf time, too! So fusif to optrutv antl MO frnnomirul mm I'iirht-r's hUM it. t.S. IMII III II A 4 o. Your to the blind leading the hliml I (l by no means a paraphrase ol ma „-^ of ateir.eiii ihat Scoutmasters fll ..,\d m ,, ib.. tommmg,*!* .'""{JS !" ; £ iB. tt"gtaV%!C5 l lm. wh *n hp *ser*e* that a boy is Ihe noble Lord not ood J*t? r ' ^gSJSJ Mid to the Cl Comlf >•* %  ,* "* k r P £*. I'L with what '•* !< shotild he that the Seou < m? broadcast keeping the Scout ...,,,. n u ,.,, i. is no a ood hoy and will la not become a good man. I rouUI go nn almost 'fld tnttnlsjt said that ou no yo ", r **&** not angels *ritrr not only contradicts hlmilri .1 not „„. ^ | (art i m u. boyt. ti his ignorance be better or a lit) Scouting as well as his in' %  iul ol die abtlltl to i[>preclale the subtlereduce U ,,f B i| jort.. I^>rd Rowiillan's and Lord 1 %  in his sevYours Sinccrck. n eral address) bat UsJ. F. GRIFFITH all-roun.i fw boys Island Commissioner. %  rwofvv mnnthii i. %  %  my four-year-old son at home and Tm learning a lot of things as a result. I don't mean the words he uses. They are a reflection of the words he hears and a lot of people call at our house every day. What surprised me and wakes no echoes o| my own childhood is his love of two's. He not only makes them in preference to all other letters or figures but he sees a lot more in them than you or I would. He makes them "praying", "sitting", "swimming", "kicking" and with "one leg cocked up." I hope this isn't a sign of heredity. It would be a terrible thing to have one's own sun trying to earn a living by the use of his imagination, but I'm afraid mathematicians have, even at age four, a greater respect for figures than my son. P.S.—I am pleased to learn about the S PC.As stray dog activities, but turn to page seven of Wednesday's Advocate and tell me if any of the stray dogs you see look like that one. i> 00JO* b* T $1* e* 3 For Men American Styling Zipp Fastener 2 Hip Pocket. Fob & 2 Side Pocket. For Ladies American Styled Slacks In Blue—Grey—Cream For Boys Grey Flannel Shorts Cream Drill Short. Enjoy a DOMINICA CIGAR Or Sale at Your Druggist DA COSTA & Co., Ltd.—Agents course FISH! — We offer — Pink Salmon Sardhws Mackerel Pilchards risk 8uprem Cod ftoei Lobstar Klppsrs Snacks Anchovlas Aotlp Oasto Macaroni Susihsttl Rad Oaaeae Kraft RED COW CONDENSED MILK 90c. par UD; SHOO par caaa PARTY SPECIALS Product of SirsMboom—t-lb. tin atnr*l Tola Oras Koast BMf Ducks Cbit-ktoi Turkeys Corned TongurBaracastU Oold Staid Rum Uabfrsumllch Phone GODDARD'S We Deliver



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S \l\ liii VN I I BRI u;\ IIXItltVIHIS AlAlM \ll I\I.I IIIKII: WILL ADMITTED IN COMMON FORM THK Acting Puisne Judge I lahlp Mi Justin imitlcd mmbti farm thr will of M r who I limiting the will at had been Ited by Taylor'i widow, Mary. His lordship made a • Clarence T; [itimate ion of the di K. W. Banuw argued thai the will should be mitted in Solemn K THfeIJMtin Of \ thn in istra tion 'erday. the Act ng Pi. : His Lordkhlp Mi. Just., BtioOS (ol One W|| the petition of B Francis of Vaughn's Hill. St i Mr. Barrow u in**. S %  %  the Court. One was begun in 1943 and was nnbtr 29. 1945. This M to be Tb.f othsr win was %  ntirn IN loto on December 20, e^!^^ TiZ*>T ooeeMT &O\H TM tut <.uir*vrtt' ou OCAS — wuan 5ua.iL i DO ?. 4ir traffic i u wagon ** • ry ai %  Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay • sen r. SmiUi :• %  %  • JS3I lor., art. 6 MOVFI1S FOK STEAUNG SHEEP Wild BmMt Sprwitl Ru hit's hull: \ H •/ //' this drew, a labourer, for MM %  %  ..• i>( St St J Tinotbac wai tha petition of v. ITS C gaynei of ParadJ* Qap, Spooners Hill. St. Michael. tdjOW, I i hu-.butid Oliver H Land, HI.H'K Rock B.-„.. CHICAGO, fa* It. .. %  wen (aead '""an ,s wttfi a problem in the spread of %  heop J'. I and took ii : %  %  i .i ii si. i | . : barnyard i rei • lo pre) ui %  to be admitted to probate houl I i will at %  HI Th. rveeked into intended to gel %  f-1.. .. before a policeman India And U.S. Sign Pad DOt '' "tin %  %  hat It had NEW DELHI IVlht I %  holograph will or — %  'liter.' %  bad signed it. Beside* the Sl will on December 2' .use and would hit i llcnl have revoki I the "ill Iteldl i< M tl which liegan In 1943. tokl the court thai %  Handwritinu 8 about I 10 repoi' Tin e a vaatoi bad In V. lO while on 0 % %  ndam with .. •! rep When Oril r p' lt"' Pep and ran Ils Lord-hip. however, derided %  i i I r Branekw %  to the will, hut no by Mi solicitors, appeared for Hayns \Himirnment iship adjourn eraUon ol the petition Phillip.-i niarkmnn of Chapel Gap. J for letter* uf administration to th< and Joseph R. Blatkasan, %  Mi l) H L Ward, Instructed Solicitor*, appeared itlackinan. _.,. „.. The ni her petition over which tion' ont Rock, SL Joeiph, housewife, %  , bi for le tSI Uon to tbo estate of her husband K. Blackman. formerly,uf Clement Rock, u ehaunVur. hut late of Pnrt-ofi inldad. Mr E W. Harrow, instl Mr. F. I llcllor, ap...HL^.i. to r 4.MO.0O0 mni kpendance During 11 I .ear alone, the Increase >n pro dWMktti amounted to %  iiTtas total sutaad I M mUUon ton as compared with 32,500.04)0 tons In IfMi with the IncraaM to pro lUCtlon the ex|I %  %  Kportetl. wblch I %  %  %  I 1 ii -velop• • • i I peciai %  to the Social education In Kaahmn %  nmiirtwewrrt ot co-operatl* rtrldas dunin; ii iwu yearn. Determined IU *S rivrttMl thee. .cam Ua* -• *owl< '. M berorp a nollcrm n ,. rartheal and moat ba >.,.,. .,.., %  nil at ires, %  I th. i %  %  rabid am.iaharlal Httwu, msat, •&*.**!• M£ %  i %  .'. \r?Mi! % % % %  United centen In thr i 1 %  be 8 Jgft Kashmli ami J.^n.n.i rottaj th. behaU ..umber has trebled. the united \KKIX \l IIH HDA1 I' I'lmiiminiiir\aii •• M V BarclW. >* Hn %  *' r..pl W. %  %  I'l i VJ CXASli KILLS SO I. b, 22. ...iled and lured wheti 10 plane %  ill* Naval Aux.| .. | into a %  i mway. Two i'i iiiisscnaers a harh was training flight front i on, ii home bae. ,i thai -" %  E. P. l?.S. Plants For Italians for .i penicillin factor? % %  idmints%  iU> RO i" 1953. ... %  %  Ion %  %  made. oxm lau-.ei h ;.oo u/jthlold It.. rolo. Ih, %  TO Mi \. Illi iv r %  i ) the Bur>> trying to sell : '* %  "" ' lnc '**" „ _, „,,,,, aet( |E tll-il Iht nrw.p > .rrpnncri him a> faylnu. -Hl rmrai. loM ihr court lliol %  „ „ v.„„„. on Comp.ll, of N h;„l I..-.-M diwn 1" ml., Chrbl Chinch; Ullian Gertrude II W.iilh Scout Jamboree Vppi'ul FUIHI Tl ik^ I. homcf and I" %  %  nd I..PJ %  ., vork. „ "JS ..l.lllinrwl I kind of will, but dwpito 'hit. H ratnl nitl i I I.m, smi -" Ul| l Man, i "• %  '< < %  "" "•''"' H. lold turn i %  .1 i.'il.m Rolocraph . ,p ,n howad it...' ).. i r %  pile III. I. %  : utlK on i CARE YOUR BUILDINGS!! REPLACEMENTS COST £ s '.2*W Corrosion costs you Era if cor Form like my ,,ii whi re Different Dales individual! the Fund lnunehcd hv I omiiiillee of tl \ then n ., | With the Jamaica Jamou IU which at the I aarli oejtl pM>ntn leur the date lOlh fund ha* only hrti Scouting h*m done and wul date 29tri IMS," he continue to do much for the youth said, TIUl Win >>e signed by the inland and so the help and support of eve/y..,. j^p Aninng the testator s papers, he • our donation* to the s-nd. there wn another Roy.il Hnnk of Canada oi to Mr, i hope when .1 !lt to ll\f %  Hood life. V./; i // s HI i \t II \ M.I %  11M lo the prt %  ,,v. rage monthlj .i ..tioin 3041 over 'hi ..Is. N'II 0 borne acting In on who IM %  >"••! pt*. Iaa.lt Mt l l W t H ll * M 10. !" sad Mr P A l.v-,-1, y, C Mr K Rol M> I %  indwritlng and bearing 1945 nature of two witnesses but it is :• fore nrtor appears to h tlip all I n In two minds. The dis, j fm of the proper.y in each Carnival In Trinidad, the that they did not rOaU Duvid \i\fii S) From l'4| r I Mi Ni %  hat and shoes. His wit< '• skirt Le.ivin • .'it Trim I : id a i"\< MAIL NOTICE ^i.il li K U ll.n.U-,* .imtmnlnU i Mall ..i %  i Mail 1 %  to-day ni Ill rrhtiiai AiwKv. Irnproetta ^ tnmsport rvonorn) 10 when i ..f Kandla Porl in the Gulf of Kutch. Kaixiki Is Intended to 1 n l: iht*ii mojtn pi>n on BM H.oon-milii long O.I.M Iiru and will provide 11 economic nutlet Per her lai'K'* hlntartand covering will different On 10 10.43. he startrxl to %  > %  hand, ,-ill. Thi. la the wtS which at th.V ITr ^. u : t ; y but .iii> %  i holiday AppintilinvnlK Utte 29 12.45. From am Carnival would ha\. . mation of this wul. h> somewhat. "" •" have come to the conclusion that on iu 1 'Hi-lie,) "Nina"' the word*, "given to • Mi NI Ural Cei, %  %  York Mtltl. in which be tool idlng role The larl eii-M lines . „ H i | %  thosa !: % %  ivorh Kidney Trouble Causes Backache. Getting Up Nights %  S From l'e I ga Vlaundress. Men^l Hukpit.H with obviouMy fresher ami did not f„ r \-. %  -Mayer tHect rran tOtfi Jawuiry, i2. appear to have been diluted ns -n did the ink In which the remainHarbacV Hi I i had been InformatioTplanning a trip i irom the Colo air. time and It was a happy coincii %  ;t Tesliiimnium Clause ik'ii.c that he was able lo lit in his t i,shed hi* iippojntnwnt ai :, i -in the will of bol friends were In tor General of Colonial 25 1245. there is at the end what Barbados. Police ai the Colonial Office on purport! to be a teslimonium What was he phinniun to do 1st. Novemb er, 1951. on the exclsues and in It a space in left during his stay? Mr. Nlven said plry of his period of secondment f or this signature or at any rata be and his from th. Home Ofllee and ren i fc name, tint neither his name rest, but he was looking forward that Department at ihe nor his signature appears. to going spear fishing of! the St 'request of the Home Secretary. -The attention of the testator James coast. He has brought Mr W A Muller. CJLG-, is what matters and I am satisalong four 12-foot stain 1 I itelv Commissioner of P"lice, jied that the testator intended the spears, goggles and other undcrrtylka, has been appointed will of ihe 29th and %  ler equipment H. h CCeed Mr. Johnson ag Inlo be hilast will and testament Bermuda on thr. 1 therefore admit this will ;asions and has di" N vember. 1951 dated 29.12.45" spear Ashing then. If yon'rf-llna oat >' %  %  i-v ..I,.I ri %  %  r nfcH-lrltMl Ill-Ill'Up Kidncvi'bectof Woy %  tU %  ensfit—No ay %  %  £) you know ihe imennt Corrugated Ir^-n Igaprrti l tropical countries every • *r Thr figure isa.'onih*nfiv, biSh, "~. alter allowing roi new Works tbl balance represent', a hravv Eottett I lach of taking DffOpU rrcitiitions Protection its eany with aic> Anti-Corrou'oe Paint for tvery INCH of metal. ThPKOOKNE is an anti-corroaiv. I foe | H rsrjHea. It hngllriaceoi metai-work.'formtng kin which preserves I Indeunhcttt Inthperatu-ac" %  • -h ' Rjd, (ir.-v a-" "".een niaati.i/ rAnm. MH-U•atraf IMMMII A SONS I'a Mi..il.,li I . ---• Hill rttui r-Lilajra,!, A.S. BRYDEJN &S()NS.B AR BADOS,LTD. I keep fresh, all day...! supvrb vur e is ewnlhine vou wanl 1 I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP I iiut keapi ahead of ihe queue in town travel en road, a cat thai ljp> the mile* in safety and f ng tat live in comfoit 70 hone po*er gb> | cncinc that run* ai uno.ith as silk. Steering *heel rnuottn mi'die loughcrt road*. lOCLbicfccl ofiagsasc tpaa. a^kgdal i as It's easy to keep lYcsh all day —juit g Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you a dcep-cleartsing lather really free youofweaneps vou frc-hcr so much longer. So get a Ublct of Lifebuoy today and make sure of dav-lone. irohnes"' /.>/. PERSOy tl, FRESHNESS l/.if II 5 MORRIS ^ M I II It FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor, Phone 4504 Dazzling *hilrs. l |H l H l| | cnluurN' Thai'* hal Rinso will Rive. Rmio w*hir Ihoroughly — remoirt, all the din — vet it %  MI enj %  ) use —.ind so gentle t.>. Fur • whiter WJ-II. in I %  qui.l UM S1HS0 i^ssr*-**1 1" %  '*":', ,^m RINSO for all your wash /