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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
Place of Publication:
Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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regular
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English

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Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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THURSDAY, N> i. RCH 6, 1952
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PRICE : FIVE CENTS

HOUSE CONTINUE: BUDGET DEBATE

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To-day At 7 P.M. iT, B ;
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PARIS, March 5. Justified their effort and ex- protecting U.S. citizens in ‘| k | neh Gov e
Informed sources said that pense despite the restrictions those countries O orm ‘ €
USE OF SEMBLY a the wees of the United under which they work The sources said envoys ‘a
AS es a States Iron Curtain Diplo. Earlier there were reports also expressed themselves in e
‘THE HO - “ y be s y matic missions have decided that the United States plan- faveur of reprisals proposed Pinauy } ew remiuer
continued consideration of the Estimates of wo unge the State Depart- ed to pull its missions out during the Lisbon NATO j 1 /
2 ment to keep the United f all satellite countries du- Conference against the re- | °
Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1952—53 States flag flying in Soviet ing the first week of March striction of Diplomatic | PARIS, March 5
and passed from Head XIV to xXxXIx inclusive, satellite capitals. Main point made by movement recently imposed i . Pinauy. 60, little known Independent agreed
ki h ] d dat 221.973 They said United States United States diplomats in in the Soviet Union | Antoine nay, , ne dacaall net
making the total sum passed to date $5, ’ fe envoys in Russia, Poland, iron Curtain countries was The Conference which | to form a new French government in the face of an aun
The Heads passed yesterday were: Legal Musee. Czechoslovakia hat mnpeeons ¥ Soviet sat prened, ve ter day was held | empty Treasury and the ever present shadow of Ses
: . and Romania meeting in -Alites verigined important n the United States Assen j ‘ A a ae , litieal veteran. formally
Department—$51,351; Police—$232,668; Prisons— closed Conference here Meposts of observation and also bly. It was expected to last Char we te AG Sane iy ll rare . ‘Greece
$50. ° i — $32. 353. claimed that the missions played an important role in through tomorrow.—U.P. |; acceptec e task <¢ gw é vi ys
798; Government Industrial Schools , ? Palace with President Vincent Auriol.
Ecclesiastical — $10,200; Education — $976,403; |“————

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Premier-designate will go r St Pee
Department of Science and Agriculture—$410,553; “AVALON” | ps peal Bl og yon on ;
Public Library—$17,908; Medical Departments— sroctumine ak tak Gar ta ie Mercy Plane
$944,137; Barbados Regiment—$55,256; Public i a’ heomnatan ae’ Wate ae ps
Works Department—-$186,008; Pensions—$598,768; ti nkruptc y and Pind ” Fr am Hel Japs
Charges of Debt—$258,160; Subsidies and Grants ee eee Sear ee aan TOKYO, Maxth 5
j —$287,941; Miscellaneous—$551,235. has conferred with politics! lead A United States military trans-

The House meets again tonight at 7.00 o’clock.

seeking the support for gov-/ port plane today dropped the first



was passed without amendment but after 45 minutes of

Paul Reynaud, leader of Pinauy’s
debate

Northern Japan's gréatyearthqua hy
own Independent group and Rene

e-nment, of experts without re-| medicines and blankets by para-

WHEN the House resumed yesterday, Head XIV— pird to party. He accepted the}chute to the wrecked seaport «

Legal Departments—occupied its attention. The Head mandate after former Premic Kushiro still cut off 24 hours after
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Pleven refused the task becaus¢ ss ; ’
Speaking on Item 54 of the Head which dealt with the the situation was “too delicate.’ ane oe ear = ae =} ;
, g a a y 2 Sor rh ICS ace
purchase of law books to keep the Attorney General's Veteran political observers and are ainithe palote and the
Library up to date, Mr. Brancker (L) said that it was political party leaders give Pin-|fate of their people is unknown
| essential for the Police Magistrates to keep a library, ,auy little chance of putting to-|A)}| poad and rail lines betweea
| | especially with the predominance of acting magistrates gether a government He Ie nae Kushire and the rest of Hokkadio
1 gota, : TO ee gal ie fray |e bree
He said that neither lawyers}and either omitting or forgetting reerian Edgar ease’ govert A pilot who flew over this city
nor laymen can remember all the}|to return them. |n nhandhs ed artame, 108 Gude lek odin people at dusk yesterday
4 . 2 law and so it was necessary tol He was however of the opin- a s third of which is for dé “nobody in its ruined streets
HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL |increase the allocation for this: ion that they should have a law Hence and.the t6.ger cart. tam in-| ar otuee entun vamee baie ane oie
head to provide a library for]library to which members of the ics re i — poy Te hi sng
them. profession could have free ee ita (taliban mimbieh ed Leuk Mant population of Kushiro is shu
Of Item 56 which dealt with] access. ee : _ a ee edocs i be 25 off :
ortage the providing of a reporter for| Mr. Brancker felt that a Re- Friday 8 an emadenae nee Gi —UP
, {the Chief Justice, he said that a]vising Officer, whose appoint- Tn tae eenaatiee ur
WillDela U K ae should also be provided]ment Item 31 said is made jth Fe anitenD meyent
for the Puisne Judges. It would]annually,. should be advertised 7
- / e e ‘ ~ . 2
y be good, ihe said, to have some-|for and sudh were his senti-} Government will buy this property to allow for the extension of the General Hospital on its present site i eh a Welshmen Want
Arms Plan one to take. verbatim reports of|ments on the post of Queen’s 4 ite Sec.-Genera p n Of W I
summings up and othe? import-| Solicitor. rince alés
- ant points in a case, On Item 52 — Incidentals — { . oe e * ryt ‘ r
: , oy Me next touched Item 62, alwhich dealt with the cleaning of | Arrives To-day , 1c
(By W. A. LANGLEY) WALES,
. LONDON. March 5 new item, for the purchase of|the several Courts and for other e e y a March 5
_ at IN, MATCH o books and publications including] incidental expenses, he said that 1 MR. E. F, De VRIENDT, the re- | Caeirnac
Prime Minister Winstonjlaw reports, replacements of] Police Courts in the country - ugar act ° cently appointed Secretary -Gen- | n City of-
Churchill warned Wednesday [rues and purchase of learned]tricts were not kept clean. He ' risoners eral of the Caribbean ¢ aa HON | iclals Tuned
: ee! ata f\iournals. He said the members] was hoping that the matters he 2 " vrives in Barbados to-day of Pilate ight
that shortages and lack of | or the profession were not al-|brought to the attention of the mme late y } o-day visit , 5 Re tesiek duden
| dollars may delay Britain’s lowed to take books from thelsuid it was the particular choice PANMUNJOM, Korea, March 5, This is his first visit to seen to. bestow
' ; -earms > C= brary ¢ 1 oO 7 . 7 rr ¥ i . : . dos since hi ) itment. ile will |. >
eae ie nie. Arete them if cone sone - one wea mi peasants From Our Own Conespongent./" > | United Nations truce negotiators demanded that Com- hold ‘talks. "\ ith. Sir Ge orge Seel nate of
Oued co on we debate | '2!4 that that was due to some Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said he LONDON, March 5. 4 munists account for 174 additional captured United Nations] pryitish Co-Chairman of the ee ‘ by
urehill op ee! practitioners borrowing books ; wanted to support what the Hon.!| No new __ international sugar troops most of them Americans, : Caribbean Demmiaon 806 oer Wales ou her
on the White Paper outlining from, the library some, time ago jSenior. Member. for St. Lucy agreement -1s. to. be spies. AR pati “The new dist’ now brings to 1,621 the number of Allied mene ot asi emate ‘articerankt oR three
defence expenditure o said on Item 54 but ‘he was not| mediately. This was decided | sObdiend kriited'te Be in Wed wbcttades but missing from the| "4," . _ ae Plssecnenant and) vest? old
£1,462,200,000 for the coming , * (supporting him in his remarks, special committee of the Inter-|)/ 5°" alg ris ; , of the Barbados shambers of the | Prinee PRINCE CHARLES
Fi : Tear . Vaughn Objects jabout a Queen’s Solicitor, He/national Sugar council which | prisoner lists, _ members of both Chambers of the | //!Pee
fornir Tetence Minister Em 99 jof the — eu his oercee canecluded a three day meeting in It was compiled from Red broadeasts, letters to families, | Lesisiature. | The last Prince of wales nee
Gomer Sat theta: a | wis fo appoint a Queen's Solicitor |{ondon this evening. But plans!’ Communist periodicals and other sources presumably secret Duke of Windsor received the
rae! of tne’ connce™ a ne|| 2 ARBBOEKE”” | Sat Sh wap the cle of ty ltr" anew umrecment may | Communist periodicals and other sources presumably «Kite Ton (itis,aiiee eas 46 eam King
10 nce >| ; }man o to the solicitor hel qicouss pfore the e ) ) | amen: : | jeorge V. at Carni Castle.
ability of Churchill's Government | enene mtens cnjention x eased aKa ; oa DETRER TRO OE, OF) nme : - Rear Admiral RE, Libby | Fire Kills Ten | sconge'V. at Camaven i.
to carry out the rearmament pro- an alleged “insulting remark’ sai 5 > prac ras |° : y : itt. yressed again without success fox
gramme after Churchill has from a member of the Execu- satenseeds = ae yen Rh 1 ays Gis a ei _ ae US. Make Bid {information of some 50,000 South MONTREAL, Ma
finished his speech, || tive during discussion on Head solicitor of the island and so {| representatives United Kingdern : ‘ Korean soldiers whom the Reds| A three alarm fire wept
7 | XXITI—Medical Departments was not one of the posts that ine id 2S Colonist Producers) Fi R l 0 it one time claimed to havejthrough a West End apartinent k R ‘
A Defence White Paper pubs | Pee Centre) last night, || Would have to be advertised for | represeatiag. Cploniat re | or netease leaptured but did not account for.; building early today and police Duke Returns
lished two weeks ago admitted} r. V. B, Vaughn said his + linen ess > 1m, £ : r | ta « Mi General Lee San |r Id a morgue employee that 2
that the original three year re-! btatus as a member of the _ About the law library, he itn addition there were observers Arm C r ral ie aed Nae seme 7 “2 . lencms than ten” persons were NEW YORK, March 5.
armament programme of 4,700!] House was the same as that wanted to suggest that it was!irom six other countries includ-| / = sO po Pehivect Scenics agregar ie 1 or missing The Duke of Windsor arrived
million pounds is lagging and of members of the Executive re ee or ag Og a Barbe. | ing Canada, India and Pakistan. | WASHINGTON. Mar. 5 2 eine. tak ae i “The fire in r the grey stonefon the liner Queen Elizabeth
Arh tag 44 ae ‘ 10s, he said, was y is : : ar. 6 carefully noted it,” _ . ies ress whare . wr for
would take more than three Making the charge, Mr. hic 7 . law . ‘ > 4 an| It was learned that the United - oe ; i Oa building broke out while the | from England where he went
years. This year’s programme is | Vaughn said that he had eee Pa ge eh dt piven ianeeiee x Stigion) | States is drafting fl suff demand , Byes Ally gen in ong “ vent on-|occupants were asleep. Firemen} the funeral of his brother oe
less than was originally planned.)| heard the remark “Jack-Ass” to the fact that the reports in the| was accepted ‘by the delegates as} (hat Poland release United States") be \” said there was no|S#id the blaze was under control |George VI The Duke Was m :
Moving that the White Paper|| directed to him across the ta- CJ's ahambers were his per-!the basis of colonial agreement.|Army corporal Alexander §,|°7)¥ MWanqull’ said Chere . of DY 3.40 am by his wife who had remainec
be approved, Churchill said:|] ble, and he strongly objected sonal property. , 1 Tt a sander viene ‘dratis| Czarnecki who has spent more|P'ogress on the besic issuc at Ali available equipment in the|here. ie
“events move constantly forward.|] to such remarks being used to Mr. Walcott said that two ots! b t is eaheat cee roviso that| than year in Communist| Voluntary repatriation, He sald) yc) ind of the City was rushed} The Duke told newsmen
Even the present service estim-|4 members, especially by mem- of reports should be provided so! al . aes earns a itty oleate: | ‘they would’nt buy voluntary | ; the scene. The Redcross sci|have no statement at-—all to
ates and the White Paper now bers of the Executive. that practitioners should not | eee’ ae eat — shall receive} Officials have tot ‘decided vepatriation and we won't drop), emergency headquarters in almake,”
“before us must be subject to a ae oe Ft yd a, hampered by one copy being out partienlal attention, Levteatinet to make the demand! ''.” ‘ | nearby building ~U.P. UP.
ceasing scrutiny to eliminate a mently clenched fis r. of the shelf, ; ; |orally or in a formal Diplomatic Allied and Communist negotia~) “ tet uate SOO
waste ond of — eee a ie ee ae ae Mr. Adams (L) said that when! It was further decided that} note but they are determined it tors in the next tent dendlocked SO POLLDLLLPPDLLVPOLVLLVIPPLILDEE DIVO VE %
may be delayed by non delivery ° he came to capital expenses, he|members might at any future) will be tough spoken n the terms o ne armistice} { .
of machine tools and shortage || any member on the Executive. would. see to P that they got a\time ask the International Coun- | No one was ready to predict charter met for only 15 minute % ‘ ; WI OLESOME *
of dollar purchasing power. ae When the honourable member proper law library. When thev)cil to arrange a meeting through|however that the demand will joday. They adjourned after both, & au _ 4 ss
—UP. uses insulting remarks, he is went to St. Lucia and other!the United Nations to discuss a} bring any more results than:.ides agreed it would be waste of st x
not insulting — me _ Victor small islands, they saw that they|new agreement on the basis of|similar demands have in Czechos- |; jo to preview old arguments ‘ ~
|| Vaughn, he is insulting a re- were the only place without a'the draft accepted by special|lovakia, Hungary and Red China.; Pyyoe talks in this tent are{% 4 =
r presentative of the people. IT On Page 5 } committee Czarnecki is just one of many), ..veq down on the Communist] % »
COLD A E will not stand for such treat- ® : | United States citizens who have| se al of Russia as a neutral x x
\\ \ “|| ment, and I hope that other |been jailed, tried and held for) }otoan truce inspector. The Allies |e = %
KILLS NINE | honourable members oe oe “ransom”, or otherwise mi treat-| ° ntend that the Soviet Union is{® S
4 || stand for it either. The hon. led ly Communists. * * att heii t ’ .
e ed ly mmun ; qualified neutral in he | %& s
ourable member’s behaviour | 6 ct aq 4 a
tad a creme || LOO To Stamd Trial | vsic: sis sue neoa! it its : :
CHICAGO, Mar. 5. concern of mine, but when he |} ment charged that Czarnecki wa Art Libby told the Reds to]% e
At least Seem att aaiuck eb: dead poo = the oy of - m i a held illegally and incommunic ado | . for 174 new names som * x
in Kansas and Missouri—three in ouse and uses such remarks for ‘more than year by Czech |‘ . . Jorth Korean J ¥ h
traffic saccidents, six from heart to another member, he is in- oO 10ts essthoritie It aiso denounced| ‘ hem ee aa sae 1 “ap % s
attacks—as a sub-zero fahrenheit sulting a representative of the ted claims that Czarnecki asked} '!CDera® ve a ceed on thal®? xs
cold wave gripped the northern people.” to’ be sent to Poland ag a politi-|/Ub-ce . et. y ‘ lve dy ex % y
midwestern United States. , CAIRO. March 5 cal refugee because he objected to | asi 7 ve Yigg i * a ‘ we “18 3
The Weather Bureau predictec am é J, , + inited ‘Stakes ‘war’ policies 4s nged, Later Libby told W . y
warmer weather was or the way Six Princes Plot | eee wae said a night that 130 pam will | Wost Germany en “presumably he a ) mean: * z
inging with it threats of floods 30 On trial a week from to-day in connection with Cairo’s |, 42,000 names we turned o 1S .
i some locations in the . ?, e : tat os : 9 *: one oe . na Czarnecki disappeared from em and 11,500 the ave US. 1% &
ready s ee ane Against State Anti-British riots on January 26. Sixty-seven persons wer« Sd aie ne ee Chevrtiarty 1s? - B e mean le x
wetasi.c poate in Alabama a ; killed in the riots and fire damage reached millions of| (semper 1950. Nothing was ; UF, 12 S
- te ge ee ; . i +4 »y'~ ” %, >
North Carolina and Georgia, and NEW DELHI, March 5. dollars. heard from him until he myster |: %
officials in the mnow burdened About 60 to 70 persons were Egyptian Military Courts will -— = iously got a letter through to the ~ > i. z x
north ward said the coming Of) arrested, including half dozen | start trials next week of several ‘ +e United States Embassy in Warsaw) (lS overnor I raises y xs
warm weather would create haz-| princes and detained under the|hundred persons mostly young ‘Mystery Fire lust June saying that he was in Is x
ardous conditions. Preventive Detention Act in con-| men who were arrested for alleged Xs jail and asking for help, Czec n P lice Efficienc , \8 oS
| The warm-up however Is €X-' nection with an “alleged plot| participation in an orgy of fire- Guts U.S Airbase authorities ignored United State once y |} x
| pected to be gradual. ,| against the Saurahstra Govern-| worship and looting on Cairo’s| 7 seit a8 protests until February 29 when : ;, March § % >
Eight to twelve inches of snow) nt;” a state on the west coast|“Black Saturday’—January 26. SHAF “9 , aren 5 \they reported that Czarnecki had HONGKONG Mare a 5. 2. %
with drifts three feet deep in of India bordering Bombay State| The trials are expected to last {5 1A TESBURY, Dorset, March ”-\been given “asylum” in Poland Sir Alexander Grantham, Go % *
some places covered most of © | formerly known as Kathiwar: |several weeks. The penal code! United States Service Police|*two vier Americans — ‘VY ernor of Kongkony declared todey | % <
Kansas and Missouri. i ee Seine ry M stead Ycoate’s | tinder which some of the accused |*" Communications were still out ene ing eat a ie * \will be tried, provides for life or |!" estigating a mystery fire which} man William N. Oatis—are al- imidated by rioting |: »
in many sections. . er ee —UP temporary penal servitude for ee mitt ot +. ee Pe ready serving long prison term: In a brief reference to last Sat-!¥ *
—UP, se “those who deliberately set fire to| night ansit base here during the|jin Czechoslovakia urday’s riots at Kowloon when] \ ~
| inhabited premises.” | , Czech police are also believed! 5,000 Chinese trade unionist mi * >
e e | Speedy trial of those accused of} Nearly 100 airmen narrowly|to be holding two others: A) my|tled for two hoprs with British , ‘
{ é 6 9 9 | Participation in “Black Saturday” ,scaped suffocation in the roar-|Private Charles E. Wood andj led police. ‘s
e atisfied (ees. ee eee na {pele waa at meme k
made by Hilary Pasha on taking!as they ran from one hut a About 60 Americans are under} \,e; of the Legislative Counctl] & ‘
ver the Premiership at the week-|few minutes befcure it went up house arrest or in jail in Com-| would have read “with full agre “ S
>
e jend.—U.P. flames. munist China. Most of them are! nent and appreciation” th tat * >
' 2 missionaries a nent made by Oliver Lytte ms as
fs Fanned by a high wind the 50- “UP. lgecretary of State for the Ce x »
Union Calls aoe Somes fighting we Fagot nies in the House of Commor *
‘ : r ce mut u i tr e mgnt SKY 2 n sent i f the riotia hy
ISTANBUL, Turkey, March 5. | "19-Hour Strike {fer neatly 20 miles anast ove! © Flooded Lard | 1 nis description of tne rioting] 8 :
7e 1 Eisenhower left here for Greece alte ie ime threatening the carnp’s pet- , lice ‘ . >
General Eise left I for G ; ft r report tin : b t h ' t . Dp : d Sond ae police had handl $ 7
ing he got a “satisfactory impression” on his six-hour in- TURIN, March 5. _|*0! store Being Draizie mntber with gaoat off % =
c , ita rer 01 i Nes - , ist - ated! ‘ 5 i T } bestowe b ° >
spection of Turkey’s military contribution to Western de on ene: teen ata | About 200 firemen 1101 ‘ ROME, March 5 The; praise. Dextowed % x
zon ca a brigades helped American airmen ; ‘ 9n9 418 etary of State 4 -
fence : i sd hour strike for March 12 to pro-leont the 7 American airmes] Almost tw irds of the 25 y of Gtale w ; : >
Before departing for the northern Greek cities of |tost the dismissal of three work-itiocks of building = for 4] 000 acres of the P ley flooded pited and rice ‘an % %
1 ay “919 * is. 20- s 1e © 6«6piant t w es . a atrtahe te 4 7 drai ii e tie ire u . A
Salonika and Athens, Eisenhower praised the Turkish peo <7 ee mene Fi - works ;iburnt itself out in two hour r. int = A +o eine ; eee » ryder * ; ‘ er N EDIBLE x
pte for their “immense courage and curiosity about world sdiken dintiie t ‘iescke oe | A nesniver of airmen after); aes. eben cal tl E\ ERY GR Al 4 ” *
Secs 99 . a : : evacuating the wooden camp huts cae ‘ ¥
affairs Fiat discharged the three last|; : | under wate trained y 54 INJURED : y
sie cial more modern equipment. It said|, + ee" onde’ at a : ;.,ia their pyjamas were slightly Sia | . % 7 on “ “ .
aoe, the kinds an : ; : yunts of equip- ae a di Toate en eee trying to rescue their per- ie Nor th Italy Nove mer} GARY, Inc M % NO PICKING REQUIRED. S
; 1 es f er - me will be negotiated shortly |” a, rr “ k “tl e company - ‘sonal belongings. A fireman 1 ods, andred "were wned| Fift " four per on wer . s 2
scene of ( ini T rkish ana NATO Stafi| ed there had been ~ San wall was taker 20,000 people were left homeless | non . PRICK 60c. Package g
guerrilla emt ( of age 0 i ’ t destructior cluded | ¢ te mS ay
furkish ilit Turkey s inderstood to be ne re is definitely no aus 10,000 cattle, 8,000 pig 450,000 | ¢ ‘ ed int if . I GEDDES GRANT LTD.—Agents. >
Ankar Eise aring t k for help tc ve Re hz € ing to jaf botage” a high ranking sultry, 20,000 plough 0 trac-ia n traiz G ‘ a
f f ffic at the cam] tate 3 ' a u of / j y < $b bb stetetst tt tO OPA ETSY
—UP UP UP LOL PL PLLA OP



PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. ERNEST K. LINDLEY
Chief of the Washington
Bureau of the Newsweek Maga-
zine who arrived here on Monday
by B.W.LA. from Martinique,
has just left the Hastings Hotel
to stay at the Colony Club, St
James. He was accompanied by
=. ver
Lindley expects to visit
Grenade and "Trinidad before re-
turning to the U.S.A.

Attended Opening
Of Cinema
M*. GEORGE SCHWEIG,
representative of Colombia
Pictures in the West Indies who
attended the opening of the Bar-
barees Plaza on Friday night,
left by B.W.LA. for Trinidad on
Monday. He was accompanied
by his wife.

While here, Mr. and Mrs.
at the

Schweig were staying
Aquatic Club.

he. meee on Monday by
B.W.LA. for Trinidag afte:
attending the opening of the
Plaza were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Marks who were staying at the
Marine Hotel and Mr. Richard
— who was staying at the

Mr. Marks is representative in
the West Indies for Universal
Me J. Arthur Rank Pictures and

‘Spierman is Warner Bros.
tative in this area.

Back From Carnival

R. J. D. DOUGLAS of Coun-

try Road was among’ the
passengers returning from Trini-
dad on Sunday by the Colombie
after attending Carnival.

Also returning from Trinidad

where she had attended Carni-
val was Mrs. T. Franklyn, wifc

of Chief Inspector Franklyn o!
Whitehall.
Back To Canada
RS. R. C. VAUGHAN, wife

of the ex-President of the
Canadian National Railways, ve-
turned to Canada _ yesterday
morning by T.C.A. after spend-
ing a holiday here staying at the
Hastings Hotel. She was accom-

panied by her son Dr. Peter
VYeughan who is employed with
TC.A.

Retired Barrister
R, ALBERT RAMSAY-COHN,
a retired U.K. Barrister and
Mrs. Ramsay-Cohn returned home
om Sunday by the S.S. Colombie
efter spénding a holiday. They
were staying at the Crane Hotel





Back to the U.K.
RS. C. A, SAYER
Rev. C. A. Saye P
of Codrington College, returr ‘
3S






Exgland on Sunday by
Colombie « fter spenx 1 holiday
hore with her sor
While West Indie
made a cruise up to Jan
the Colombie which returned her
on Sunday
T.C.A. Inspector
mM" J SCOTT, Inspector of
th Stores Department of
T.C.A Montreal, arrived yes
terd morning by T.C.A_ from
Trinidad on a short \ t and
staying at Cacrabank Hotel
Public Relations Officer
LSO arriving by T.C.A. yes-
terday’ morning from Trini-

dad and staying at Cacrabank is
Mr. Michael R. Hildred, Public
Relations Officer for T.C.A

Mr. Hildred stopped off here a
week ago while on a trip through
the Caribbean. He ha taken

quite a number of photographs of
the area in order to let Canadian

know something of their beauty.
On Holiday

RS. E. WINCHESTER a

native of Martinique who
has ‘been residing in*the U.S.A
for many years is now spending
a week's holiday in Barbados,
She arrived on Sunday by the
Colombie from Trinidad where
she had also spent a week.

From here she is hoping to go
to St. Lucia and then visit some
of the other islands before re-
turning to the U.S.A

Mrs. Winchester is staying at
Leaton-on-Sea”, The Stream

Antigua Civi! Scrvart

OLIDAYING in Barbados is

Mi Crystal Fernandez of
Antigua She is a civil servant
attached *» the Secretariat and is
staying at Leaton-on-Sea” The
Stream,

For The Races
RANVILLE CRAY

M*
ed fr Trinide

arriv-

m rd on Tues-





day morning by B.W.LA. for ne
week's holiday He has «x
over principally to attend the

Races and is staying at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.

Mr. Cray is manager of the
merchandise department of
Messrs Furness Withy and Co.,
Ltd.



News mm.

Mrs. Charles W.

Women in the

MRS. CHARLES W. HEMING who is now holidayinga Commissioner).

in Barbados and staying at the Hotel Royal is fascinated
with the island and charmed by the hospitality of its

Maen

Heming’s first husband
was the late Dr, James Russell
Roberts (Fellow of American
Public Health Association) and
was Medical Officer of Health
Hamilton for 36 years. From
this marriage were two sons,
twins, Dr, Llewellyn N. Roberis,
P.H.D,, and Dr. James V. Rob-
cris, B.A, They are both study-
ing towards specialty. One of
her sons is married to a descend-
ant of Sir Francis Drake. Her

mame was. also Frances Drake
and she"has a little son.

‘ Past sy

Mrs. Heming who has lead a

very .active life in the past is
still cartying on the good work.
She wag President of the Hamil-
ton Zonta Club; Treasurer of the
NationaE Council of Women of
Canada; and Convener of Fin-
ance. These posts she held for
five years each. She was also
President of the Local Council of





Presented With Purse

M RS, MURIEL ROLLINS of the
staff of the Barbados Advo-
cate resigned as from the end of
February to join her mother and.
sister in the United States of
America

During her five years on the
newspaper staff, she was among
other things Children’s Editress
ind hopes to continue in journal-
ism in America.

Yesterday she was the happy
recipient of a purse contributed by
the staff

Mr J
Fditor,
the
mac

E

who

Breome, Assistant
is Acting Editor in
abrence of Mr. I. W. V. Gale
the presentation and wished
her good luck in the future.

After 25 Years

AYING his first visit back to
Barbados in 25 years is Mr.
Ralph Seale, a stock broker of
Hamilton, Ontario. He arrived
here recently for an indefinite
period and is staying at Abbeville
@vest House.

Retired Customs Official

R. W. R. CREE,
Customs Official of the United

te
€

holiday in Barbados staying
Abbeville Guest House. Me ex-
pects to leave here shortly for
Trinidad where he will remain for
\ couple of weeks before return
ing here on his way back to the
U.K.

Fourth Visit

R. J. F, CAMACHO, merchant
of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, is
here on his fourth visit to
islanc’s He arrived on Mon-
day oy B.W.LA. uccompanied by
his wife and will be spending a
month staying at “Accra,” Rock-
ey

now

the

On Visit To Parents
M:* rHILIP HEWITT-

MYRING ieft Seawell yes-



terday on her way to Charleston,
Sou Carolina where she has gone
to t her parents,
She expects to be away for
about.a inonth
Intransit

D LOUIS&® mUNTER and her
daughter Jean of Grenada who
arrived here on Sunday morning
by B.W.LA., left later in the eve-
ning by the Colembie for England
intransit for Kenya,



Heming

She received
the Coronation Medal from the
late King George VI—Charter
Membér of Imperial Order,
Daughters of the Empire—
1.0.D.E. She is also a patroness
of the Women’s Art Association
of Hamilton,

Extensive Travel

Mrs, Heming was married on
the lth November, 1950 to
Charles Whitlaw Heming ot
Heming Bros., Canada. She has
travelled extensively in Canada,
United States, The Continent,
Russia} South America, B.W.I.
and also the British Isles. But

of all these Mrs, Heming is
thrilled with Barbados, the clim-
ate, the very charming people,
the St. Michael’s Cathedral where
she attends the Services, the food
and sea-bathing. “The nearest
side of Heaven anyone can hope

for.”
Hobbies
Her hobbies are China
ing, music and reading. Her
home “Green Gables”, Ancaster,
Ontario has a beautiful garden
where she spends her time among

paint-

_

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





MRS. MURIEL ROLLINS being presented with a purse by Mr. J. E.
Broome, Assistant Editor yesterday afternoon.

River,
dad
a retired Morning by T.C.A.

Leaving Tomorrow

R. AND MRS. G. R. ADAMS

will be returning
and Bermuda

to Deep
Ontaria, Canada, via Trini-
tomorrow

r. Adams is a Civil Engineer
Kingdom is at present spending a ang Project Manager of Founda-

tario.

at tion Company of Canada, Chalk
River, on

the Crane Hotel and hope to visit

Barbados
date.



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They have spent three weeks as
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a of the rider are

ne reel pone y

tet aid become i e dea, of
the hinamost Dart the

animal. (6)
N

eeds a for cutting. (8)
Down

Uncovered cold sides. (8)
Saat at Mc)
5 is is ant.’ (6

. Not big nil.
Baliiant—a ‘thal savertiserent
upsets the train. (7)

Bed or drilled, (5)
Most golfers do but not on this
lece of furniture, (6)
wound is fatal. (5)
the west. (5)

The may snip to safety. (4)



0, Omen 21, Plee; Ae Be =
Bows: 1, Extend
Envious; 3, Inert: 7, re %, ramble!
Ll, Tears; 13, Slam: . f
Clete; 17, Meer; 18. Rod

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Women of Hamilton twice and ‘
one of the founders of Women Mrs. C. W. HEMING cook, She will be leaving on

Civie Club. These posts she City of H and these members Friday March 14, with her hus-

held fot three years each. She are appointed by the City band for Canada,

was Graduate of the Hamilton Council for each year. She is Mrs. Heming hopes to travel

General” Hospital in 1915 and Director of the Salvation Army, (o Victoria next year to see her

Matron ~in Charge of the emer- Hamilton Division and also a son, but she said “Don’t be sur-

gency Influenza Hospital in 1918 Member of the National Execu- prised if you see the Hemings Bill was

during the last war, Also Chair- tive of Canadian Girl Guide blowing in again next year. We fe All at he

man of. the Voluntary Registra- Association. Recently retired as simply couldn't stay away.” bulla himeelf together. “I've

tion of ‘Canadian Women for the

Province of Ontario: and Chair- Se

pen of ae ota smn |

oluntary ees .for ntario, ‘gy
President of Provincial Council of JUST REC EI VED
a of oe a Fan peas.
e has just resien an Vy re- ‘

Guest fe now Acting President. MOROCAIN IN ALL SHADES .................. PSS OR $1.36

She wag also made a life member ¥ CN ET SREEE SS De F522 eam a "is ae a Sala ia ieee cama ea a at r

of the National Council of Women PLAIN SEERSUCKER .................ccc00.. obs Aegan $1.60

and Canada and of the Local ‘ Deine MRE Rp geet hai eae eke S25 Ace. eee oe A nw op eee :

Council’ of Women Delegates FLOWERED -& BORDERED SEERSUCKER ............... $1.97

from Canada to Scotland in 1938, : sis seH ORI E Lecere sana SRE Caine a eh et tee Neb eee :

when o represented the N.C.W. FLOWERED & BORDERED SPUN ...................... $1.60

er aE 2 I FCC bn as ean ea a Nee ay Reale Ear Sn 3 NORE sey ty oon ea ae
Present GREE, IRIN ule dy gos Caan Siea st ceedw de bbesc sae a hac . $1.37

Mrs, I” ming is now a Member
ef the Board of Directors of. the
Community Chest of Hamilton
(population over 200,000); mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
Hamilton Unit, Canadian Cancer
Society and also Chairman of the
Committee on Education in the!
Cancer Society, Canada. She is
also a’ Member of thé Planning
Commission (four years) for the

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THURSDAY,

B.B.C. Radio

Canadian Lumberman

R. JACK ODORIZZI, owner
of the Odorizzi Lumber Co.
of North Bay Ontario is at present

holidaying here staying at the
Hastings Hotel. He arrived re-
cently by T.C.A. and will be re-

maining until March 28.

Mr, Odorizzi was accompanied
by his niece Mrs. Frank Barber
of Kitchener, Ontario whose hus-
band is an Alderman for the city
of Kitchener and Traffic Superin-
tendent of the Bell Telephone Co.

Before returning home Mr
Odorizzi and Mrs. Barber will
spend a week in Bermuda.

Enrolment
ERE will be an enrolment of
new members at the Y.W.C.A.
on Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock
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Programme

THURSDAY MARCH 4, 195°
11.15 a.m. The Cheltenham Gold Cup
11.30 a.m. Crazy Peopte, 12.00 noon The
News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis
4.00—7.15 19 rom 2. a % 2M

4.00 p.m
Daily Service
Their Business,

The News, 4 10 Pp. The
415 p.m Rhythm Is
4.45 p.m. Sporting Re-
cord, 5.00 p.m. The Cheltenham Gold
Cup, 5.15 p.m. New Records, 6.00 p
Southern Serenade Orchestra, 6.15 5
Seottish Magazine, 645 pm Sports
Round Up and Programme Parade, 7.00
p.m The News, 7.10 pm. News Ana
ysis, 7.15 p.m. Generally Speaking
7.15—10.30 . 3.68M 312M 494M

Zz 15) p.m. Generally Speaking, 7.2% p ?
International Communism, 7.45 r
Crazy People, 815 p.m. Radio, no
reel, 8.30 p.m. Special Dispatch, ¢
p.m. Composer Of The Week, 9 60 p ;
Ring Up The Curtain, 10.00 p.m. Ti
News, 10.10 p.m, From The Editoria)
10.15 p.m. B.&.F. Preview, 10.30 p.m
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Today Last 2 Shows 4.4 & 8 30
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THE LADY S8AYS NO
David NIVEN
Joan CAULFIELD
Extra
Newsreel Showing H.M, THE
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Opening FRIDAY 7th 2.30 & 8.3¢
Paramount Presents—
MR. MUSIC
Starring: BING CROSBY

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Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.15
Terry MOORE, Ben JOHNSON in
THE MIGHTY JOE YOUNG
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Arthur KENNEDY, Barbara HALE





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TODAY 1.30 p.m. (Cheap Prices)
Charles STARRETT Double
TWO FISTED STRANGER
— and

HORSEMAN OF

Opening FRIDAY ith, 4.30 & ‘eit

MY OUTLAW BROTHERS
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SAT Sth MIDNITE SHOW
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THE IRON CLAW

THE SIE BRA

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STRANGER FROM PONCA CITY
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BRUCE GENTRY
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“Rocky” LANE Double!
SHERIFF OF WICHITA &
SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE

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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1952 - BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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ipecved to arrive here on Friday

e
morning from British Guiana via In Antigua

Trinidad, Grenada and St. Vin-
cent. She wil be loading sugar, ° °

34 Dead: 168 Injured: waist rapio close AT HAND ~ Canadians Told ‘Rest Alene it," nemaug, aren $20 2
Damage Estimated |

Burbados on Sunday night for A film unit from British Foun-
Canada via the British Northern dation Pictures Limited which ‘is

Islands. She is consigned tO making a tour of the W Indi
‘Little=“Drink A Little’ sr ot" * @ rat et
e rin 1 e Lid, will film picturesque or interest=*

“Worki Too Hard Is Bad”’ “JOY” BRINGS an “Seek, Gene th $2
t $2 1,000,000 orring a 4&8 MIXED CARGO hoped that the films will publicy

x . ‘ ARRIVING yesterday from St. 'S¢ Antigua in the United King~»
SANADIANS, who pride themselves on being second| tnicia the Motor Vessel Lady Joy 40m and other parts of the

only to the Americans in their willingness to work hard} brought a cargo which included world. ~
for the extra dollars and the luxuries they can buy, have} ‘*< bags of copra, 35 bags of char= = 74. fame of Antigua’s steel

HOKKAIDO, Japan, March 5,
The United States Oecupation said the Jap Govern-
ment has invited them to provide emergency relief to some











a : ; coal, 10 bags of cocoanuts, 12 : e
10,000 Japanese, made homeless as a result of a strong been warned by Dr. William A. Oille, a member of the} packages of fruittand 8 bunches of Bands bas spread so far that th :

i : staff of Toronto General Hospital and an assuciate in med-} plantains. The M.V, Lady Joy is decided not to film steel bands
earthquake that sent eight tidal waves crashing against 5 ane T pistigned to Messrs. Hanschell, @lsewbere in the West Indies but
Hokkaido island. iene oe he Universe of ; ‘oronto. - — si » hope to make the sequence here

United States army and police he chiet ee a hiner dise S The Schooner W. L, Eunicia also showing the manufacture of the

reports listed the dead at 34 ie eeeaccest oe. Tome wanes SEAWELL sailed into Carlisle Bay with more instruments, how they are tuned

Ga Carni l while the Japanese press listed 22 i attitude to- } fresh fruit, Among her cargo and a band playing in costume.
y VAL ccas, six missing and 168 injured. “More people to-day have trou- ARRIVALS BY B.Ww.LA. — THURSDAY {were 2,000 grape fruits, 60 bags of This feature will be provided by

A preliminary estimate put prop- ble with heart disease than ever "te Br. Gulane: copra and 40 drums of oil, The the Hells Gate Steel Band. Re-

before, and in the past 25 years nee waske Lore on W. L. Eunicia arrived here from cently Hells Gate had a success,

this ailment has rigen from fourth Lt-Cmdr, BE. ETC.. Dominica and is consigned to the ful tour of the American Virgin

erty damage at 21? million dollars.
Grenada The quake and ensuing tidal























































































waves destroyed 1,245 buildings, to first place as a cause of deaths Schooner Pool Association. Islands. “
55 houses were swept away and This increase is due tly to FRIDAY 2
(From Our Own Correspondent) 358 houses were flooded. In addit- LCE ORES Se Sue Bee on Fin aaa .
ST. GEORGE'S, March 1 ’ 7 ee oe : a the fact that life expectancy has C¢. Marks, H. Marks, W. Marshall, S
G da’ , - on 13 ships were damaged and increased from 48 to 68 years of Marshall, D Marshall, A Marshall. R ot wewwvvr
b renada’s masqueraders cele- nine bridges washed out. age, he suid, and that many peo~ EYely™. A Lynch, 8. Gill. F Yearwood, SEPT ESE ETT TET FEY FEIT re
rated their gayest Carnival in A bitter sleet storm followed 0 ae Ge eee M Yearwood, ¥" Yearwood, C_ Parris,
years last Monday and Tuesd ‘ adds ple now die from hear sease, P Pena, M Lucie-Smith, H Springer,
In th i " USSG Sane. Gueee, Pet at uae Drow cny late in life, who a few decades F Catchpole, C Thomas, R Spierman,
tiviti e capital where the fes- the United States airforce plane ago would have died much earlier B Nurse, J | Sanchez. WHI T E H
vities were particularly hectic from dropping 1,000 blankets to from e other ailment. From Puerto Rice: = actin
pe ps refs: FI ay brun- shivering victims. —U.P. eS. minute rest naan thechener Gepianur Taylor. “Ben. e
e, Miss Kathleen Bernadine of aan se s jamin. Clark: , S t h Wh k
Gouyave, St. John’s ruled as Nevertheless, modern condi- Prom Jamaica: co i is y
Queen of Carnival. She had won Nigne = eetas bad ae to do anes Wilkie, Rudolph Van, Derwald
her own paris s a wl 1@ prevalence o ne com- argot Van erwald, elga Winton
the jud - — mage “par ar “ plaint, Dr, Oille warned that ‘ In olden days, the crest emblazoned
judge's fancy against finalist Si ead SATURDAY ’ . oh ed his ;
Queens of St. George's (Miss ‘ . ople w | ? a ee = for 5 ona Knight's shield proclaim: :
Louise Comissiong), St. Andrew’s Ong period of rest at night, “and Pree at. mites noble ancestry. ;
. ’ . § Lever! 5. > rT 5 [ Eve « » a Jone : .
(Miss Jean McLeod) and_ St. OW are |S 2 mining a —— we ae To-day, there is another sign of 3
Mark’s (Miss Mavis David). Four a ae, ae inviting oar Clarence Mayer, Ladislav Tichy . h: h thi h that pro-
others had entered for the title of " : * : disease. Such habits, he said prom Trinidad: worth: the w te ohiske Pp
Teko, Tielen Caries, Allan Moor ervice ‘a * “i se YS oe Me noes tame re pees oe Oates | te bese tomo eee
Teka, Helen Carter, Ailsa Moore aoe pair Rinpes damaged by’ 8 Yi Michelin, White 8 Toppin, P Toppin, excellence has been famous
“Seas cane a Majesty” , , A TECHNICIAN at RCA labdratories in Princeton, N. J., inspects a bean- To gasist relaxation he advised Rs pes Boohaiet,, ee ak for over 200 years.
and Prince ‘Co sort M siiffon Trans-Canada _ Air Lines an- sized electrical device, known as a transistor, \ romi hobbies such as fishing, golf, © Franklyn, D Parris, R Stoute, J
Campbell) as well ry = rd nounces a new “low fare’ daily possible a wrist or vest pocket radio receiver. | stamp. collecting and carpentry. Stouts, B. Stoute, E | Lumb, W Lumb, ;
up when they h iat e Funners~ air service between Canada and the human body, the revolutionary electron What about a ‘nightcap’? Yes, O\Winfleld. G Workman. :
pageant at Cheonaa’ fs gey at ob Europe effective May Ist. re- anything a tube can, according to t says the doctor. M Wells, F. Hamilton, J. Dowler, +?
d § Fark on Mon~ placing the present premium . hiv . oD be st : “Alcohol in therapeutic doses = Hunter, J Hunter, L Cockrane, E 0 7ees
lay afternoon which was spon~ fgre service now in effect across the mighty mite is experiss Se gee . say, two to four ounces of Cummings, A Ferguson, Sir BR Arune a
sored jointly by the Grenada the Atlantic Or Sn’, & ¥ is relaxing» and fel: Eady Arundel, J Humfrey, F :
Society of Arts and Pygmalion ‘4, t tows ee
. - Air travel rates to the conti- QGyrenada Newsletter mildly beneficial.” SUNDAY
Glee Club. At this show carnival nent from Montreal will be the J —L.E.S From ‘Trinidad:
competitions were held, bringing jowest on the North Atlantic air raees 1) Kennedy, J Farah, W. Bynoe, J
together a large variety of bands joytes, F : i Faah, D Farah, D Farah, V O'Neill,
8: ; bs ¥ ol n@s routes. Fare reductions will range tn . : Charles. Glook
and individual masqueraders. gs much as $359.76 BWI for a 2 ° - K Hinhton “a ate t. Goer. BE
Next afternoon at the Market return flight between Montreal e are 1eer oO ritannia Commer, O° Corner, W_ Marshall, B Sole Distributors :
Square the Queen presented the . Griery, H. Grisry, K. Greery, H , = .
prizes and London. Abhes, J. Abbes, GQ. Abbes, Y. Abbes, FRANK B. ARMSTRONG LTD.
} TCA will continue te rate T ee RS] ait iadaanae
enol —_ “jump up” took place as North Str air akes Shape 7 Sonsnutenmanencensiaie mune “- ms
ough the streets after the craft on its trans ' , ( | B b d DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA —FRIDAY
. : n its trans-Atlantic routes ( ym | ) 4 ) ; .
ae ——- poses @ as in the past and will oxi no e ar a Ne) By JAMES STUART Re cn Doreen King, J 1 a
Oe aival” _ aMSs’ a change im existing passenger BRISTOL King, Dr bert Forgan. Christop er f°, SN ' i= i f
nee evon sating acc i r CE 1 7 ; near, eixe! iv “if ne $
and Enard Bay on Puesday add- * ed variety to the crowds as sev- yor, arrangemé ne : - s the Brabazon, Britain’s largest air- say, Leryene Miller, Janet Jagan, Rosa-
eral sailors joined in the fun. rere in .accordance with ST. GEORGE'S, March 3, * plane, was assembled, another big lie "Peirce, Sivian Chung, Mavis “Chung
Carnival. 1952 w: g out eee, nen o> ie Miss Pansy Rowley, Social Welfare Officer, is to leave sirliner is. taking AD, etl ye
arniva as run st air s ae ares . Phair clones . ‘ his ¢ e, the Bristc AY
Bee aoe was nt woveral bY. international airlines, com- the colony shortly for Barbados to attend a conference of eine chim wa fee ac Hi als Se
of which the clangour of steel Plimentary meals and cocktai Social Welfare Officers in the West Indies over which Mr. jip at about 60 tons, has a very ,.PEINP, Hoffman, | Florence gtogman, ; “a 1 ’ ' 5
‘ i . . * . : : ; : s 4! a Sytvia i ° rn 8 o Mu x 7 x » "
bands supplied the dominant Will no longer be offered to pas Chinn, Principal Social Welfare Adviser to the Secretary much more assured future than siairora David’ Blan, Seliksa Blan, Gon- ey : Lact y
rhythms. sengers. Instead, a moderately of State, will preside the Brabazon. vance | Hobson, Winifred — Charters, :
Only incident spoiling the good priced meal service will be made in : Osea aL ee British Overseas Airways have ‘ » Wells, Dion Wells, George Clarke.

conduct sheet at this week's @veilable. Free baggage allowance Mechanisation of certain fea- ordered. 25 Britannias | whieh, *°. Srenaeis satatta | Gimdans
Carnival celebrations took place will also be reduced from 66 .to tures of the Grenville process- Indonesian Ma Go ors a cruising speed of 370 miles No _ hut Bircham, Isabelle sindaay,
in, Victoria, St. Mark's, wae te Pan a deton ; ing station of the Grenada Co— 4 8 y an hour, will be the second fast= Jrivis. | Naxwell Halladay Williamina
early Monday morning revellers e new low A fares from operative Nutmeg Association and _— est aitliners in service on the Malladay
stoned the Police Station build- Montreal to London will be $821. the possibility of local manufac~- ko Moscow Talks world’s air routes, _ OR Anna’ taendert > Cert
ing and smashed several glass 87 BWI “on-season” return and (ure for markets abroad of nut- rs ‘ Speediest service iitin Idenden, Roger Idenden, Pansy
windows. Reinforcements from t© Paris $883.90 BWI “on-season” meg jelly as a table delicacy were WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. re hig p iileaden, Mark ‘Drouin, Jeanne Drouin,
rt in return. Present premiur fares ; Mi hinam ; ‘ : r k , : Backing up BOAC’s fleet Of Guillermo Villasmil, Consuelo Villasmtt,
only a small police party in’ e BP m fares among matters discussed here The Indonesian government Comet jet airliners, the new Bris- dacqueline Garsonin, Elizabeth Garson-
St, George's had to be rushed out are $1181.63 BWI and $1243.66 jast week by Mr. J. B. Heester~ advised private traders in Indo- to) airplanes will give the British !â„¢, Jean Garvonin.
to settle the disorder as there is BWI respectively, with the new man, Consultant on Industrial nesia that it will not advise any ¢ Sation . the 1 eediest ser SUNDAY
charge of this smallest of the low fare agreement between the Development to the Caribbean corporation e speediest s Por Trinidad



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h ° a erner rv objection “to sending representa- yiceg | » world, Nan herwood, Will Watkins, Bathroom Suites .
island’s parishes. major Atlantic air carriers sub- Commission, who paid a short tives to the (Moscow trade Congr viaeh iene, than half’ “the Nora Wathinn, Radald Mranpe-Reakie, i : wee
ject to the approval of their gov- visit. ' ference in, April it was learn fieatrice G Reginald Dodds, in lvory
_— ernments. « ® * here Tue or yen gf the ae ie of Maude Dode a Cuthbert, Russell
Fe “es! z= $ Ow « ; r
Fi ° A ts rer on His Excellency Sir Robert Arun- However the Indonesian gov- eid iaiit at Bawan) as Brit. eee ee a php voor —_ Green
oreign gen dell and Lady Arundell have been ernment will not send an official | in will . euatheless be the Fer Puerto Rico: Pink
; ° d Down created a Knight and'\Commander delegation to the fair. Instead a biggest sities ule” ia this» Mitghell Hutson, | Randolph Lawrence,
Blamed For Riots Catone, Seno ee * the 7% committee of four pericne | oe country for regular airline ante Brnest | Holford, soamenene Clas we White
erable Order of the Hospital of cluding one government officia an aearet ontnen » Lestie Golde » Leslie Underwaod, ,
KARACHI, March 4. BOMBAY, March 4. St. John of Jerusalem. ‘The Lom- has been set up in. Jakarta to pro- wings," the Britannias will probe Neris Jones, “Prost, Elizabeth a calla ae
East Bengal’s Chief Minister, A sharp fall in the gold price don Gazette of January 4 lists vide information to organizations aniy ‘be made in two versions oN oe saa, se Sora and
Nurul Amin last night blamed a here is causing financiers to their names among several others which may wish to send delegates 4.6 to carry 74 passengers the ke
“handful of Communists, foreign wonder whether a major qepres- His late Majesty King George VI to Moscow. Sica “4 thle do ot chebper Antigua: @ Chrome Toilet
agents and political -malcontents” °'0 has not already started: was graciously pleased to honour The Indonesian government 4, po. , _ Charles White, Bugene Abbott, Mar- Fitt
for recent riots in Dacca. Dacca The yellow metal, whieh is Te- by promotions and appointments specified that those who .go to ~ F eet, Nie ings
rlots took place on February 21 Sarded more or less \'as. the’ in this Order. Moscow must be “bona fide” ‘our-prop jets Major Francis Scovil, John Rose, Vi i
and 22. Six people were report- country’s. price barometer, deélin- . * * traders and not persons interest- _ They will be powered by four rustace Newton. Jose Sanchez e trolite Shelves
ed killed and 17 injured. ed nearly ten points in two days A coroner’s court here is await- ed in political considerations. Bristol “Proteus propeller~
to 91 Rupees eight Annas per ing findings of the Trinidad Gov- —U.P, driving jet motors. s
Nurul Amin said in a broad- Tola, which is the lowest level ernment analyst ori examination First off the line is expected



cast that the real issue in the for nearly five years. Silver also of the intestines of the late to_ begin its flight trials in June. > » e
disturbances was not the question followed sympathy declining al- Clayton Haywood, a 20-year-old GUEST: SPEAKER fel decanter, bebeves tat the ne . axes
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whether the Government should most nine points to 173 Rupees Bequia seaman, who died on the chief executive; believes that the

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accept Bengali as well as Urdu per 100 Tolas. schooner Gardenia W_ and _ his : Y Britannia wilh be the cheapest genins LONDON Buyine
as the state language. “The issue Prices in the oilseeds also body brought here. The jury St. GEORGE'S, March 3. airliner in the world to operate. 4.125 — 90 Days Sight 4.7225
was whether the government slumped heavily in recent weeks found that death was due to a Guest speaker in last Sunday —L.E.S. — Oe ais OT ,
should allow a group of people registering an almost general large quantity of undigested food ¢ ternoon’s local broadcast pro- — 4/i5 Days Sight 4.7625 Rubber
successfully to threaten the decline of nearly 30 per cent. in the stomach as well as conges- gioâ„¢mme was Mr: Alec Waugh, 1/3 Days Sight 4.71 -
peace and security of the coun- since February 1. Groundnut tion of the brain, but reserved noted British writer, who was Fi iy G cad 4.8240 (Min, 24c.) Sight — ae on ‘
try”, he said. oil whieh was quoted around final verdict pending an analyst's interviewed by Mr, Gerry Sam- ive rer: a 48240 (Min. $1.) Cable 4.7790
. : } 1,500 Rupees per ton early in findings with a view to determin- uel. : Sc ° Coupons 4.70 (Min, 1/-)
Conspiracy to subvert the state February is now quoted around jng how this condition came Mr. Waugh, who is at present ‘outs For J ca 4.9240 (Min, 120.) — Bank of England | ats
had been nipped in the bud, he | /00.—U.P. about. The Gardenia W. was en engaged on writing a series of Gol—s Vata nee
added. " id ie EN TES route to Barbados from Trinidad. articles for the London Times on (From Our Own Correspondent.) NEW YORK
—U-P. STORM FORCES * - the Windward and Leeward ST. GEORGE'S, March 3. 74/10 Cheques on Bankers = 717/10
When the Grenada Union of Islands, arrived here last week Grenada’s contingent of five . Sight or Demand Drafts 715/10 " >
. SHIP BACK Teachers held 1952 elections last and leaves tomorrow for St. Vin- left this afternoon for the Jamai- 7" 5 0 Surteacy 70 2/10 in Colours
Execution Saturday the following officers cent. He paid a previous visit to ca Scout Jamboree. Coupons 69 5/10
” GEORGETOWN, March 5. were appointed: Messrs J. V. Grenada in 1938 staying ten days, Leading the party is Mr. J. W. 5 Silver 20%
y After 13 disastrous days at sea Redhead, President; R. O. Palmer and this island provided the back- Fletcher, M.B.E., Assistant Island 45 4/49 Chait ae aarti 71 8/10 Pp.
Postponed Captain Dod Orsbourne and a jst Vice-President; S. G. Brave- ground for his “No Truce With Commissioner, with Mr. Dudley ~ Demand Draft 71.65 BARBADOS CO-0 °
four-man crew aboard the 18- joy, 2nd Vice-President; F. M. Time.” His next work, “Where Johnson, Barrister-at-Law and a |. Sight Draft 71 5/10
ATHENS, ureece, March 5. foot dinghy True, limped back ta Sylvester, Secretary; A. C. Red- the Clocks Chime Twice,” to be Scouter, Ist St. George’s as his ag Sores 103/16 COTTON FACTORY
Premier Nicholas Platiras post- Port-of-Spain harbour. head, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. published in June, will be largely assistant. Coupons 40 6/10 4 .
poned execution of eight Greek They had made an unsuccessful James Paterson, Treasurer; and a b o u t the American Virgin The actual Scout party is only 50% Silver 20% TD.
Communists sentenced to death bid to reach Georgetown British Mr, S. H. Roberts, Auditor. With Islands and Dominica. three, the local Association being bts = at $240 to 91 L '°
by court martial last week on Guiana. The True had _ been {hese officers, Mr. C. E. Benjamin, During last week Mr. Waugh unable to send eight boys as was anon o 4% aise.
treason charges. The sentence buffeted by storm, swamped by 1951 President, and Mr. A. E. had the pleasure of a rendezvous oviginally hoped 4°) pr. (Min, 250.)
will not be carried out until the heavy seas and with ripped sailS Williams and Miss G. Strachan here with his elder son, Andrew, The Scouts are:——Patrol Leader , i (Min. ae.)
condemn*appeal is decided by a and leaking bottom, just managed were appointed to comprise the who is a Cadet on H.MS, “Dev- Stephen Charles of the Ist Bye- “* re pag ; Lins alae
pardon council. —U.P. to return to Port. —UP. |. Management Committee onshire.” lands, St. Andrew's Troop; Patrol : (Min. Be.)
. Leader Selwyn W. Guthrie of the BAHAMAS = i
Grenada Boys’ Secondary School **%.% ——_ 417.00
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Thursday, March 6, 1952 ,





Merchant Baiting

THE discussion in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday with regard to continuing vari-
ous expiring laws was notable for many
reasons. Discussion centred around an Act
which had been passed during the last ses-
sion according to one speaker “sometime
after midnight”. The Act gives the Gov-
ernor as representative of the Secretary of
State for the Colonies power to control the
imports and exports of Barbados. It was
originally introduced during the war and
was then regarded as essential. After the
cessation of hostilities its retention is no
longer considered necessary nor in the best
interests of the island by a considerable
body of well inforthed opinion. That ex-
pert opinion is not shared by the party
with a majority in the House of Assembly
and on Tuesday the Exports and Imports
(Restriction) Act 1939 was included with
others in the Bill to continue various ex-
piring laws.

Tuesday’s discussion was remarkable
because it revealed unmistakably the hazy
thinking which exists among members of
the Labour Party with regard to this act.
Almost the discussion which took
place concerned Price Controls and Sub-
sidies and the Trade Liberalization Plan
with Canada. Mr. Adams actually gave the
impression that Barbados was compelled
to purchase from Canada up to the full
trade quotas permitted under the new
Liberalization plan, and seemed to think
it relevant to the debate that some West

‘Indians on the delegation to Canada of
which he was a member wanted to in-
crease the percentage of trade that Canada
was. permitfed to have with the West
Indies,

The real danger of the Exports and Im-
ports (Restriction) Act 1939 is the power
which it gives local government officials
to take action which is not necessarily in
the best interest of the island.

For example prior to the devaluation of
sterling in 1949 the Financial Secretary of
Barbados was approached by leaders of
commerce in the island and a request was
made for greater allocation of dollars with
which to buy ahead goods from North
America, Permission was refused on the
grounds that devaluation would not take
place, In .consequence the consumers of
Barbados hed to. pay thousands of dollars
more than they. need have done had local

expert advice been taken. The only reason-
able justification for retaining the Exports
and Imports (Restriction) Act 1939 today
seems to be on the grounds of currency
control. But the Act must not be con-
fused»with the local government’s control
of Prices or its policy of subsidisation.

Perhaps the most valuable contribution
to the debate, although not concerned with
the subject under discussion, was Mr,
Lewis’ statement to the effect that the
importer who bought most cheaply would
find ho difficulty in selling what he im-
ported. Unfortunately, the same speaker
who accused the government of not know-
ing what they were doing about trade,
could recommend no other action than

greater control of merchants.

all of

In view of the evidence contained in the
Price Control Committee Report 1950 that
the “net profits which have accrued to

raders over the past three years are less
than adequate” and in view of the tight
control which the government maintains
over local merchants’ profits, it is ridicul-
1s go on picking on merchants as the
villians of the pjece. Merchants, like can-
dles, cannot be burned at both ends. Yet
hat appears to be the policy of the pres-
ent government which forces them to con-
duct business for profits which an impartial
committee has considered to be less than
adequate over a three year period, while
the greater part of the island's income tax
provided by 139 individuals and 210
trading companies. (Not to mention the
huge “mark-up” accrueing, to the govern-
ent in the form of customs duties on

‘chants’ trading).

So engrossed is the Labour Party with its
policy of soaking and controlling the mer-
chants that it is pathetically unaware of
the unintentional benefits which accrue to
certain merchants as a result of a rule of
thumb control of trade. There has been
for years in Bridgetown criticism of a con-
trol policy which by eliminating competi-
tion, forces the consumer to pay higher
prices but which guarantees profits (how-
ever small) to enterprising and non-enter-
prising traders alike. The ultimate end of
controls is to make traders into unofficial
employees of the governments.

The staggering expenditure of govern-
ment on its employees which is shown in
the current estimates should cause long
needed revision of opinion, What is want-
ed is a reduction in the prices consumers
have to pay. This has not*been effected
by cramping the activities of local traders.
Other methods must be tried, and more
attention paid to the advice of local experts
whose interests are intimately connected
with the prosperity of this island.

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An Argumen

(From SAM WHITE)

NICE,
TOURISTS on the Riviera are
flocking to look ax» Yebbgious cu-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



t—Why Did He Do It... ?

the narrow, small an architectural style somewhere
down a small flight of between Osbert Lancaster’s Stock-
the blue-patterned broker Tudor and Hollywood
the chilling aus- Spanish Mission

i roof,
entrance,
steps,
font

ile past

pas

and into

riosiy eked : 1 , terity of of the chapel itself. The white tiled wails are deco-
3 a lapel aGesigiuec aba . ¢ : : § i

tee lie ol Chilling it indeed is—~ one’s first rated with black line drawings of
built by painter Heori Matisse on impression is of having strayed St. DomMic,;.the Virgin and
the Lominican convent at Vvence.

Matisse, 82 years old now, is an
unbeliever, a freethinker, a pas-
sionate gnti-clerical. For such a
man to build a Roman Catholic
place of worship is astonishing.
The reasons are as puzzling as
the chapel itself.

Matisse, bedridden most of the
time’ now, lives in a big five-
roomed flat in a semi-derelict
building on the outskirts of Nice:
the building used to be a hotel.

He is separated from his wife
who ig Communist mayor of a

| South of France village. His con-



stant companion is his youthful
blonde Russian-born secretary,
Mme Lydia Delectorskaya—e
ugul-uppead woman wilh a dedi-
Cavea al.
Tourist Jam

Matisse spends ine greater part
of the day drawing on the walis
and ceilings of fas studio bedroom
from hig bed with a piece of char-
coal attached to a long cane. Mme.
Delectorskaya stands by to crase
anything with which he may b¢

dissatisned and the compieted
drawing is then reproduced in
colour.

Apart from his work, Matisse

goes for brief drives occasionally
and tries to visit his chapel
least once a month.

The chapel is a small,
whitewashed building in a
urban street which has been re-
named Awenue Henri Matisse.
When you get there you find cars
and tourists’ byusés jammed on the
toad, and a long queue waiting
to go in. A tall golden wrought
iron and highly stylised cross
studied with crescents and rising
from an open scroll base encloses
a bell. Slowly the queue, chatter-
{ng and giggling makes its way
gazing on the chapel’s vivid blue

at

round

sub-



Nine Gam

(By SIDNEY RODIN)

OVER the snow-clad slopes of
Scotland's Cairngorms today there
speeds and twists a 39-year-old
civil servant,

To his fellow-skiers he is one
more sportsman enjoying his week -
end in the opén.

But Campbell Secord, as he
slithers through the valleys, will
be thinking of the perilous snows
and savage winds that are to be
his world in the months to come

Soon, with eight other men, he
goes east to start final preparations
for the conquest of Everest.

No man has ghimbed far beyond
28,000ft, In 1924 Irvine and Mal-
lory reached that height—and dis-
appeared into the mists forever
swirling round that last 1,000ft, of
farmidable black rock. Graves on
Evergst’s janged face marked the
faflurte of other climbers.

Campbell Secord may never get
the chance of climbing to the Roof
of the World, for not all of the
nine will be chosen to brave the
wastes where many}as never be-
fore set foot,

THE MEN

FOR three months this year the
nine men will train before the
final assault next year on Everest’s
five-and-a-half-mile (29,141ft )
peak, ey are;—

ERIC SHIPTON, of Liss, Hants,
leader of the expedition, He is
44, a diplomat in the Consular
Service and is an Everest veteran,
He has two children. When he
reconnoitred a new south - west
approach to Everest last year
Shipton took with him:—

TOM BOURDILLON, 27 - year-
old married rocket research
scientist





Canadian Cola mam

into a more than usually spacious Child, and crowded into one
modernistic bathroom. The bleak panel, the Stations of the Cross.

Matisse designed it all. It took
him four years. He considers it
his greatest single work and the

The Unbeliever's Chapel Starte | DEVELOPMENT IN W1.

from Aylesbury, Bucks;

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MATISSE
Bed wife, pink altar.

shiny whiteness of the imterior is
releved by pagan-pa‘terned
stained glass, frosted bulbous
lighting, phony-rustic doors, pews,
ane confessional, and a beige pink
slab of an altar with candles
which look as though they must
be electrically lit. It all suggests

ble With D eath To See
The Roof Of The World

thirty - year -old EARLE RIDDI-
FORD, an unmarried solicitor
from New Zealand; and EDMUND
HILLARY, a bee farmer. He too,

is unmarried; he, too, comes trom
New Zealand,
A fifth now joins the party:

New Zealander GEORGE LOWE,
28-year-old schoolmaster, who has
climbed elsewhere in the Hima-
layas.

To these leader Shipton had
added four of 50 of Britain’s best
climbers who answered the Al-
pine Club’s call for the assault into
the unknown:—

ALFRED GREGORY, of Ripon-
road, Blackpool, 38, managing
director of a travel agency. Greg-
ory has sealed the Matterhorn
(14,782ft.) and has climbed in
France, Italy, and Algeria. He
was a major in the Black Watch,
and has a wife and young daugh-
ter,

ROBERT EVANS, 31-year-old
surgeon at Walton Hospital, Liver-

pool, who has climbed in the
Himalayas. [vans is ready to
give up his job to join the Ever-

est expedition.

RAYMOND COL LEDGE, 29,
rayon salesman, of Max-road,
Coventry. Colledge is single, He
has four times ascended to the
summit of Mont Blane (15,800ft.)
without a guide.

CAMPBELL SECORD, 39, Cana-
dian-born economist of the Minis-
try of Fuel in London, married
but no children. He mountain-
eered in the Rockies and the Hima-

layas.
THE TRAINING
THE team will set out fiom
Jainagar, on the Indian border of
Nepal, on a two weeks’ march to
the base of Cho-Oyu, which soars





Cc
lifetime.

vanity—“I wanted
complete work of art and
monument
the driving force which impelled
him to undertake it.

newspaper La Croix
Mafgisse was nursed 10 years ago.

a

rowning glory of .an artistic

Why did Matisse do it?
Well, Matisse himself says that
to create <¢

é

to my work”—wat

‘

Nursed By Nun

French Roman Catholic

says thai

The

after a major operation, by é
Dominican nun, Sister Jaques,
who is now in the convent at
Vence. He decided to build the
chapel as a mark of gratitude &
her and her Order.

But Mme. Delectorskaya has i
somewhat different version. Sh¢
told me: “Matisse knew Siste
Jaques before she became a nun
One day, hearing that she was 4
the convent at Vence, he visitec
her. She told him of the convent’:
need for a chapel, and he imme-
diately offered to design and deco-
rate one for the nuns.”

Matisse’s friends say that Siste
Jaques, daughter of a retirec
French regular army officer, wa
a close friend of Matisse befor
she took the veil.

My own verdict on it all
Matisse has used a religion in
which he doe; not believe as ¢
means of self-glorification.

It is as though George Bernarce
Shaw, on the invitation of th
Church of England had writter
a Shavian version of the Anglica!
prayerbook.—L.E.S.



26,750ft. into the Himalayan worla
Cho-Oyu is unexplored. It ha
been chosen to test the strengt:
and tougliness of the Everest tean

at great heights. .
For climbing they will wea:
quilted clothing similar to tha

issued to our troops wintering l
Korea, but it will be much lighter
down replacing the finest woo!
Everything must be windproof.

They will camp at high alti
tudes beneath light-weight tents

They will eat lean beef pound
ed and mixed with molten fa
and currants, chocolate, at leas
half a pound of sugar a day —
some men need a pound — an
drink mostly very sweet coco:
and soluble coffee.

They will climb with

ropes.
THE, AIR

MOST important innovation iz
equipment will be oxygen mask
adapted from R.A.F. types.

Men can live for a short time
at 28,000ft., yet some who have
tried to spend more than 2
heurs at 25,000ft. have sufferec
paralysis and permanent injur?
to the brain and nervous system

Oxygen masks “were tried o1
Everest about 30 years ago, bu!
they failed.

THE PERILS

BEYOND 20,000ft. climbers ex
perience extreme lassitude. Thei
brain clouds. They lose the will t

nylor

go on.

“High altitude throat” bring
intense et. caused by the col
dry wind. parching the throat an:
causing a nose infection.

The terrible wind near th’
summit of Everest, measured b
nireraft at 110 miles an hour, can
kill by itself.

New Governor General Opens Parliament

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT:

opened with traditional
monies on the afternoon _ of
Thursday, February 28.
Speech from the Throne was

Vincent Massey, C.H., Governor
General, who had been installed
in a brief, dignified ceremony in
the Senate Chamber that morn-
ing.

The Prime Minister, Mr, St,
Laurent, and Mr. Massey made
brief addresses at the ceremony
of installation, Mr, St. Laurent,
after asking His Excellency to
convey to Her Majesty the Queen
the renewed sympathy of all Her
Canadian subjects, expressed the
gratification felt by members of
the Government, “that Your
Excellency has entered upon the
duties of the high office to which
His late Majesty was pleased to
appoint, for the first time, one of
his Canadian subjects.” Mr, Mas-
sey replied, in part:

“To speak of the high, indeed
the overwhelming honour = of
being asked to assume this great
post is an understatement of the
truth, As I consider the meaning
of the office to which I have been
called, the prestige it has gath-
ered over the years, its role in



to cause concern and to require while
The Sixth Session of the Twenty my Ministers to devote a great and aspirations. The success of
First Parliament of Canada was deal of attention to our external our democratic society has con-
cere- affairs.” The portion dealing with firmed our own people’s belief in
as it. More important still, our exam-
: ple has strengthened the faith of
J legislation ordinary men and women in many
read by the Right Honourable relating to our armed forces will lands in the future that lies open
only to those who keep in their
be own hands the direction of their

impending legislation read

The follows:

“Amendments to
be submitted for your approval.
“Your approval will also
sought for a further Canadian
contribution to the Colombo Plan
and for technical assistance to

under-developed areas.

“A Japanese Peace Treaty has
been signed and will be sub-
mitted for your consideration. . . .

SOCIAL ACTION COUNTERS
COMMUNISM: “The money to
be spent on social security
this year by all Govern-
ments in Canada, and by the vol-
nfery agencies, will total $1 1/3
billions,” said the Minister of
National Health and Welfare, Mr.
Paul Martin. in an address at the
University of Rochester on Feb-
ruary 28, “By itself, this seems
an impressive figure, but the
reagonable level of social expen-
ditures in Canada is indicated by
the fact that they have never
exceeded 5% of our gross national
product.”

Afler sting and explaining
Canada's five federal major social
security measures, which he

this great country whose citizens called, “Canada’s pillors of social
we are so proud to be, I can only justice’ — unemployment insur-

say to you quite simply that I ance, the Veterans’ Charter, fam- I™fantry Brigade, Army Head-

approach my task in all humil-
ity.”

The Speech from the Throne,
read by His Excellency at
opening of Parliament, heralded
among other measures, legisla-

ily allowances,
Health
Age

the National
Programme, and the Old
Security Programme the

the Minister concluded as follows:

“The great question of today is

respecting human

destinies,

“The great achievement of this
century will not be the contain-
ment of Nazism or Fascism or
Communism, or their rejection by
eople of this earth.

the common
The irresistible forward move-
ment of humanity cannot long
be delayed by Communist ideas

or Communist armies. The years

ahead thold exciting, tremendous
possibilities for advances led by
the progressive nations, nurtured
in freedom, and inspired—not by
seft interest not 'b
any blind ideology—but by far-
sighted, warm-hearted concern
for the welfare of the world’s
people, in the conviction that the
welfare of each is the welfare of

OFFICER CADETS TO TRAIN
IN EUROPE: In an_ unpre-
cedented officer training pro-
gramme, the Canadian Army will
send seventy -four university
undergraduates to Europe for the
summer of 1952 where they will
train with the 27th Canadian

quarters announced on February
a.

The plan is one of the most
attractive yet offered to the uni-
versity members of the Canadian
Officers’ Training Corps. - Those






































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LONDON. . : Shades
PRIVATE enterprise is the key to success- , in Pastel
ful large-scale development in the British BO0c per 100.
>

West Indies, Mr. Bernard Braine (Conserv-
ative, Billeriesy) told the House of Commons | })
during a debate on the need for closer co-|
operation within the sterling area.

He said that there is one particular place}
in the Commonwealth where large quantities |
of rice could be grown quickly. This was in|
British Guiana.

“British Guiana is producing 60,000 tons
of rice a year but I have it on the authority |
of those who are knowledgeable on the matter |
that something like 300,000 tons could be |
produced within five to ten years if the
1ecessary capital were found for drainage
and irrigation works.” |

Such drainage and irrigation should be the
responsibility.of the State, he granted: “But
private enterprise would grow the rice. And
what kind of private enterprise? The person
who would grow the rice in British Guiana
would be the peasant.

“Tt is in the interest of everyone concerned,
10t only our country, but the rice consuming
countries of the world and the people of
3ritish Guiana themselves, that more rice}

should be grown. Already as a result of a
Government rice scheme in that country
more rice is being grown by the peasant, but
the State can help to create conditions in
which still more can be produced.

“That is the kind of thing to which we must |
bend our energies in the future. There must |
of course be a reasonable assurance that what |
s produced can be sold. That in itself is one
of the reasons why we must at the very
rarliest opportunity regain our freedom to
ntroduce such preferences as we can arrange |
with the Commonwealth.

“There must be an assurance,’ he con-
tinued, “that private investors do not have
idded to the normal commercial risks and
nazards which they are ready to accept, the
possibility of confiscation and that there will
be freedom to enjoy reasonable profits. The
level of taxation in this country has reached a
point where it is very difficult indeed to
find money to finance new development;
current Income Tax practice is discouraging
overseas investments of a useful character.

“In the West Indies a number of the Colo-
nies offer very powerful inducements indeed
to private enterprise to set up new industries.
For example they extend a five yedrs’ tax
free holiday to firms coming in and estab-
lishing new industries. In addition to that
they give very generous depreciation allow-
ances. As a result of this policy a great deal
of North American capital has been flowing
into Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados. New
factories are being set up. That is alf to the
good. '

“But the disturbing thing”, said Mr. Braine,
‘is that very few British companies have
taken advantage’of these concessions and
the reason for that is that under the double
axation agreements, all profits remitted
home are subject to local Colonial Income
Tax which is then offset against British In-
come Tax.

“Here is Britain, on the one hand, urging
he Colonies to broaden and diversify their
aconomies. While, on the other hand, she is

wullifying concessions. designed to attract
risk capital into those Colonies, without
which no proper economic development can
be undertaken.

“The possibilities of development in this
Commonwealth of ours are stupendous. Sci-
ence now is our handmaiden. I was greatly
impressed when visiting Trinidad with the
wonderful work which has been done by
the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture.
The average yield per acre on the best cocoa
astates in Trinidad is roughly 400 Ibs. Over
he island asa whole it is about 100 lbs. an
acre. As a result of the work of scientists
and plant breeders it is now possible to grow
s0coa yielding 1,500 lbs.. an acre.”

Mr. Braine declared: “That is an example
xf the possibilities, the opportunity is un- |.
dJoubtedly there. The challenge is tremend-
yus and I am sure that given the right en-
couragement, the British people will re-
spond,” —B.U.P.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 6,

1952

House Continue

Budget

@ From Page 1
law library.

He said that the community
must remember that they toa
would benefit from a law library
in Barbados, “A judge of the
West Indian Court of Appeal said
that he would not come to Bar-
bados because there was no law
library here,” he said.

Mr. Allder (I) said that they

should not allow that department,
although it was a necessary one,
to cost them more than what was
reasonable, The Government
should not allow it to cost them
just as muah as the agricultural
department cost them to run. The
legal department, he said, was a
consuming one and it should not
cost the Government as much to
run as a department from which
revenue was collected,
When Head — Police came up
for discussion, Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker (L) said they were glad
to have got men from the rank
and file as inspectors.

He invited the Junior Member
for St, Thomas to keep a check
against the Police launch being
used other than for Police duties.

Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that
if a Police officer was going out to
a ship in_the harbour, it weuld be
mnreasonable to ask him to pay
for a private launch to get out
there.

He said he noticed there was a
provision for tear ges bombs and
he wanted to know what had be-
come of the stocks of tear ga*
since they were being ordered.

He noticed that the keeping of
police dogs had caused the pro-
vision under animals to increase.
He felt that it was not so much
accepted that dogs helped in find-
ing criminals.

Mr. V. Voughn (1) suggested that
there should be a change in the
type of police uniform.

Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis (L) said that
he understood that keeping police
dogs was.a great expense,

He said he would prefer to see
the very valuable work of Girls’
and Bovs’ Clubs come under the
Social Welfare Office and not the
Police.

He felt that if the Police weic
going to carry out raffles them-
selves they should let the public
know how many tickets were sold
and how the money was allocated.
It was not good for the Chief 9
Police to withhold that informa-
on, At least on the score that
they were using public officers tor
wie raifie the public should ow
the results,

Mr. F. L. Walcott told the
House that an Advisory Com-
mittee was going to be set up
to be responsible for the Boys’
Ciubs. They would see after
Such things as raffles and the
Publicaiion of the results,

It could not be said off hand
what wou-d be done with the
money, in as much
be budgeting.

Mr, Allder said that as to the
running of the Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs, perhaps the Social Welfure
Officer had not seen his way to
handle them. The head of the
Police Department -was to: be com-
mended for starting the Clubs.
They would help in the culture
of the children, To suggest that
the running of raffles might not
be above board only ter led to
interfere with the means of col-
lecting funds for a useful purpose,
What should hive been done was
to allocate the amount under
Social Welfare to that Depart-
ment.

Mr, Lewis replied that he never
said anything against the running
of the Boys’ Clubs. but rather
that it was too bad that the
Dep-rtment which should have
been handling it was not doing so.

Mr. C. E. alma (L) said that
the est of livine allowance of
$80,500 was a very great amount,
but he was wondering whether
consideration was given when
assessing the necessary amount
ef allowance, for those police who
live say in St. Mfchael, were
stationed in another parish and
more or less had to keep two
establishments,

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) said he
believed that the amount of
allowance given to those other
than N.C.O’s and their families,
was totally inadequate, Cost of
living allowance to the low mem-
bers of tha constabulary should be
increased,

He observed that the police
force was of a highly military
nature, The police should associate
itself purely with the role of giv-
ing service to the community
and therefore he felt that the head
of that department would be
guilty of dereliction of its duties
if at some time he did not insti-
tute into the training programme
something civic and make the
police realise their civic duties.

Since they had been blessed or
otherwise with that head of the
department, the number of cases
reported of the police using
violence against private citizens
had been increased, That was a
very deplorable state of affairs.

“If police are sent to the United
Kingdom for training,” he said,
“they should not only come back
with alsatian dogs, but imbued
with some of those principles of
civic moralities which was
necessary for such a depart-
ment.”

He said he found it difficult to
cee how a police who went to the
United Kingdom could return
\ he gangster methods of
some other places, .

Referring to the police uniforms,
he said that inspectors were
allowed to wear khaki. He saw
no reason why the Government
should spend the collosal sum it
was spending to make the present
type of heavy uniform, It would
be more economic to wear khaki



as they had to, .

Debate

To effect a dress reform would
be better both from the point of
view of the police and the pub-
lie purse. If they made it easy

for the pclice inspector to acquire
uniform which could be easily
laundered, that style should per-
meate through the force.

In his opinion, the loud hail-
ing equipment was a_ public
nuisance, Mr. Barrow said when
dealin with the provision for
this item, He said that it could
create a breach of the peace more
than anything else.

Mr. Vaughan (I) observed that
the mal-treatment of arrested
persons was very serious and
dqaplorable, There was no orga-
nised crime in Barbados and what
was committed was committed
through ignorance. If such treat-
ment of arrested persons existed,
it should be eradicated. If the
police had to get a case against
somebody through brutality
against them and were unable to
get it through any other means,
it meant that they were not
properly trained,

Replying Mr. Adams said that
for 20 years it was his habit, when
such cases were reported to him
to report it to the Head of the
Department. If police knew that
investigations would be made,
they would refrain from doing it.
Of course some policemen have
struck arrested persons, but his
experience was that cases of police
beating arrested persons were not
as many as some years ago. He
hated, he said, to hear members
speak as though Barbados was
worse than any other place or
€ven like many with such a thing.

He said that the cost of the
uniform the police was wearing
at present was found to be no
more than khaki. Any change in
the matter of unifo.m was only
a matter of taste,

Mr, Adams then m-ved the re-
duction of $8,400 for vans to
$5,600. He said that a mistake
was made as to the number of
vans,

The amount voted under this
Head was $232,668.

Head XVI—Prisons

Speaking on item 17 Provisions
for the prison Mr. C. E. Talma
referred to the small increase in
{the cost of diet at the prison as
against the amount voted in 1949,
and said he had been reliably in-
formed that the diet at the prison
was “the worst in the Caribbean
orea.” He expressed the hope that
Government would make some
effort to improve the type of food
given to prisoners.

On the question of After Care
for prisoners, he Said\fthe amount
of $580,00 could ,nat arya much
aid for discharged prisoners, and
ured that Government should
assist such persons in-more tang-
ible form wheh they were dis-
charged.

Mp, Allder urged more reform-
ative methods at the prison, and
suggested that the hand-carts now
used should be replaced by lorries
which would teke prisoners to
their places of work.

He considered the present sys-
tem of .usine the “chain gang”
uneconomical and opined that the
use of a lorry would effect a sav-

ine in “man-hours and = man-
power.”
The present system, he said

tended more to encour %ge persons
to become habitual criminals,
rather than reform them.

Mr. V. B. Vaughan suggested
that Government should try and
make the idea 6f "prison re-
formative instead of merely pun-
itive, and supported Mr. Allder
in his criticism in this respect.

Mr. R. G. Mapp. speaking on
Item 18, Clothing and Uniform,
felt that there should be some re-
form in the type of clothing now
worn by Prison Officers, inasmuch
as they did not have to parade
like policemen.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker also spoke
on the question of prison reform
fand said the principle of reform
was a very essential one. He
urged that Government should
follow the model now existing in
the United Kingdom.

Speaking on the item (Incident-
als), Mr. E. W. Barrow queried
why the Prison Officers were not
allowed to join the Civil Service
Assbciation through which they
might be able to air their griev-
ances, and replying to this, Dr.
H. G. Cummins expressed his
agreement with the view express-
ed by Mr. Barrow.

After Mr. Adams had replied to
the various criticisms, and re-
called that one of the best experts
om Prison Reforms had compli-
mented Barbados on the methods
at Glendiiry, Mr. W. A. Crawford
said that “to compare Glendairy
with prisons in Great Britain was
ludicrous.”

He touched briefly on the votes
for provisions and After Care,
and said he wag not suggesting
that conditions at the _ prison
should be cgmparable with con-
ditions ot “Sam Lord’s,” but he
thought there was room for im-

vement,

PrThe Head was then agreed to as
it stood, and $50,798 voted.

When consideration was being
given to Head XVII Government
Industrial Schools, "

Mr. W. A. Crawford, (C) said
that he hoped that one of the
overseers at the Government
Industrial Schools would be given
the benefit of attending a course
of training in handling the prob-
lems of children in such institu-
tions.

Replying to Mr. Crawford, Dr.
H. G. Cummins (L), said that at
present the matter was under
consideration.

The House agreed to this Head,
for which they voted $32,623.
$10.200 was also voted under
Head XIX: Ecclesiastical.

In considering this Head, Mr.

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“vember 24,

Assize Jury Find Two Guilty O

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

AN ASSIZE JURY at the Court of Grand Sessions yes-
terday deliberated for 25 minutes and found Livingston
Bishop (24) and Adolphus Hoyte (21) guilty of the larceny
of 12 bags of oil meal, the property of DaCosta & Co., Ltd.,

on November 24, 1950.

Norman Lowe (19), who was also

charged with the two accused of larceny on two counts, was
discharged by His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor who

postponed sentence on Livingston Bishop and Adolphus

Hoyte

Counsel in the case was Mr.
L. Williams for Norman Lowe
and Mr, F. E. Field, Assistant to
the Attorney General, appeared
for the Crown. The two accused
men. Livingston Bishop and Adol-
phus Hoyte appeared before the
eourt on a three count indict-
ment. On the first count they
were charged with breaking into
the warehouse of DaCosta & Co.,
Ltd., and stealing 12 bags of oil-
meal; on the ond count they
were charged with stealing 12
bags of oilmeal. from DaCosta
while they were employed there
as servants and on. the .thitd
count charged them with. steal-
ing 12 bags of oilmeal

Lowe was placed before (the
court,on the first and third count.
The prosecution alleged that on
November 24 the two accused
Livingston Bishop and Adolphus
Hoyte broke into the warehouse
of DaCosta and brought out 12
bags of oilmeal which they | at-
tempted to put on ai waiting
pickup. While they were load-
ing the. pickup with the ‘oilmeal
Lowe stood watch on the ‘pickup,
but when Police Constable
Phillip$ arrived on ‘the | scene
they all ran away.

Pickup Parked

Harbour Police Constable Phil-
lips told the court that on
November 24 about 2.20 p.m. he
was riding a bicycle along Cavans
Lane, City and saw a_ pickup
parked opposite the DaCosta
warehouse door in Cavans Lane.

,
and I told him that I was asked
to drive the pickup to the Ware-
house.”

At this stage the Crown closed
its case.

Addressing the Court on be-
half of Lowe Mr. Williams told
the jury that they had to decide
whether his client was partici-
pating in the offence

Cross Examined
“I have not cross examined
whether the warehouse . was

broken, for there was no dispute
about that. Phillips said he saw
Lowe ebout ten feet away but
when he was cross examined he
said he saw no other person than
the driver of the pickup which
was parked outside the ware-
house.

Police Constable Hurdle said
Phillips cde a statement to him
abcut what he saw at the Da-
Costa Warehouse and Hurdle said
that he was about 20 vards away.
You have to be satisfied whether
Phillips saw Lowe when he went
to the warehouse, Phillips also
said that Lowe made a statement
to him but this statement does
not prove that Lowe was on the
scene at the time of the offence.

“You must be sure that Lowe

was implicated with the other
two accused. You have to see
whether the prosecution has

proved its case against Lowe and
if you are in doubt about that
then you will have to return a
verdict in favour of Lowe,”

He saw Livingston Bishop and ’Mr. Williams told the jury.

Adolphus Hoyte put a bag which
they took from

into the pickup. The: pickup
was close to the door of the
warehouse, Norman Lowe wai

standing about ten feet from th

pickup and he shouted: “Thi
Police are coming.” Bishop and
Hoyte ran away. A man tried

to drive away the pickup, but he
stopped him.

“IT told this man that I was a
policeman and asked him what
he was doihg. I then saw 12
bags of oilmeal in the pickup and
looking in the warehouse, I saw
that there were other bags of
oilmeal. I_ arrested Norman
Lowe,” Phillips told the Court.

The bags of oilmeal were
taken to the Bridge Police
Station, Later the same day
about 9 p.m. Bishop was arrested
in St. Thomas and Hoyte was

arrested about 9.30 pm, in
Thomas Gap, St. Michael. They
were all taken to the Bridge
Police Post where they were
cautioned, |

Each man made a_ statement.
The oilmeal that was in the

pickup was the same as that in
the DaCosta warehouse.

Men Run Away
To Mr. Williams Phillips said:
“When the driver got into the
seat of the pickup the three men
had run away. I saw Bishop and
Hoyte putting bags of oilmeal in

the pickup. The pickup was
opposite the DaCosta's ware-
house.”

Police Constable Hurdle said
on November 24 he saw Police
Constable Phillips talking to one
of the accused. big we fe

icku posite e aCosta
Gisehouse end Phillips turned
over one of the accused to him.
There were bags of oilmeal in
this pickup and Phillips pointed
out to him a part of the Ware-

house which appeared to be
broken,
To Mr, Williams Hurdle said

that he could not remember how
the accused was dressed.

Mr. Ward said that on Novem-
ber 12 he went to the DaCosta
warehouse and found the ware-
house door open. He was shown
12 bags of oilmeal which he
identified as the property of
Dai & Co., Ltd. Two of the
ace were employed by
DaCosta,

Warehouse Locked

Mr. William Sergeant told the
Court that on November 24 the
Da Costa Warehouse was locked
securely. He also closed his
office ang went home, While he
was home he received a_ tele-
phone message and went to the
Warehouse.

The Police were there. He
searched for the key which open-
ed the Feed Room and could not
find it. Then a policeman handed
him the key. Bishop and Hoyte
used to work as porters at the
Warehouse and he has seen Lowe
“knocking around” the Ware-
house, :

He had no order to deliver 12
bags of oilmeal to anyone. He
was not shown 12 bags of oil-
meal,

Sydney Grant (26) of Sugar
Hill, St. Joseph, said; “I was em-
ployed to drive a pickup to
Bridgetown from St. Joseph for
a Mr. King. This was on No-
1951. I was ordered
to drive the pickup to Cavans
Lane by Mr. King. After parking
the pickup two men came to me
and asked me for Mr. King.
After speaking with the two men
I drove the pickup to a Ware-
house and saw another man
there. This man was Adolphus
Hoyte. I parked the pickup. at
the door of the Warehouse.

“Then I saw Hoyte and Bishop
put some feed from the Ware-
house on the pickup while Lowe
was standing on the pickup.
Suddenly a man came up to the
Warehouse riding a bicycle and
Lowe ran away towards the
Pierhead while the other men
ran in the direction of Bay
Street.

“The man—whom I recognised
as a policeman—asked mie what
I was doing near the Warehouse



In summing up, His Lordship

the warehouse4told the jury that the statements

they were accepted by them
lwere of importance when they

Econsider what verdict they were

to return.

Second Count

“The two accused Bishop and
Hoyte were employed at. D,
Costa and this was given in evi-
dence. The| second count rvplies
to them, but on the firs: and
third count the accused Lowe
was also charged with Bishop
and Hoyte. On the second count
you do not have to prove break-
ing and entering, but if you come
to the conclusion that the accused
took the bags ffom the ware-
house and put them in another
place it is enough to constitute
stealing.

“You have been told by Police

Constables Phillips and Hurdle
what happened on that day.
Phillips said he saw the

accused putting bags of oilmeal
on the pickup and if you believe
his story then you would have no
difficulty in reaching a verdict.

“The prosecution has ndt got
to prove each single link of the
chain for you can get a general
picture and from that you can
find a verdict.”

The jury after deliberation for
25 minutes found the accused
Livingston Bishop and Adolphus

Hoyte guilty of stealing 12. baxy ;

of oilmeal while employed by
Da Costa & Co., Ltd., on Novem-
ber 24.

Worry U.S.

By LYLE WILSON
WASHINGTON, March 5

France’s refusal to tax herself
for her National Defence as seen
in various cabinet downfalls is
not being received favourably
here.

United States taxpayers have
taken on a much heavier emer-
gency defence burden than the
per cent tax increase which the
French Parliament rejected.

The United States Congress
voted tax increases in 1950 and
1951. They come to an increase
of more than 30 per cent for
many taxpayers and to more
than 20 per cent for all but a few
in the United States. Those are
umong the tax facts Senators and
Representatives will be thinking
of this week when Truman's
Foreign Aid Programme reaches
Congress. ;

The President wants 790 mil-
fion dollars. It seems reasonably
certain now that Congress will
not vote that much.

Sensitive

An effort to cut defence aid to

France can be expected if the
French Parliament fails quickly
to come up with a Cabinet ready
and able to make good on de-
ence pledges.
; All Sivan of the House and
those Senators who are up for
renomination and election this
year are nervously sensitive to
the implications of the French
Parliament's refusal to lay de-
fence taxes. They will be ex-
plaining heavy United States
taxes to voters in this campaign
year.

Chairman Tom Connally of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee is a typically sensitive
1952 candidate. e is pressed by
voters’ reaction to heavy taxa-
tion in the United States. Con-
nally said “if France does not do
her utmost in her own defence
she cannot justify large appro
priations from the United State:

—U
C.& W. a
COMBERMER

Cable and Wireless defeatc«
Combermere by one goal to nil
i



yesterday. ‘The goal was scored
during the early part of the game
by Sebright at inside left. Com-
bermere had a chance at gaining
their equaliser when given :*
penalty; Mr. Glasgow took the
kick, but Skeete saved.

NEWS IN BRIEF :

Second Flying
Talk Given

A large number of members of
the Barbados Light Aeroplane Club
and their friends attended the
second lecture which was given at
the British Council, “Wakefield,”
on Tuesday night. The lecture
was illustrated by Part 2 of the
film, “Why An Aeroplane Flies.”
This dealt with Forces In Balance,
Stability and Controls.

Forces in Balance explained how
thoust should be equal to drag and
litt te weight.

Three forms of stability were

described, Longitudinal Stability
or pitching, Lateral Stability or
rolling and Directional Stability
or yawing.

Controls dealt with the rudder-
the part of the fin which moves,
airlerons and elevators, It showed
Longitudinal Control for pitching,
Lateral Control for rolling and
bunking and Directional Control
for turning.

The third lecture of the series
will be given at the Y.M.P.C. Hail
at 8 o'clock on Thursday night,
Mareh 13.

* . .

Fifteen-year-old Charles Bush-
ell, who was involved in an acci-
dent at Kendal private road, St.
John, at about 12.30 p.m. on Mon-
day, died at the General Hospital
at about 11.55 a.m. on Tuesday. A
post mortem examination was per-
formed by Dr. Ashby and an in-
quiry began yesterday.

Also involved in the accident
was a tractor, owned by Kendal

Plentation and driven by Leon
Bichop of Church Village, St
Philip.

o . *

FitzGerald Jackson, a conductor
of the National Bus Company, died

4 at the General Hospital at about

6.55 p.m. on Tuesday. An autopsy
was performed by Dr. A. S. Cato
yesterday.

Cy Tuesday Marion Jackson of
Brethwaite’s Land, Bank Hall, re-
ported to the Police that her hus-
band FitzGerald Jackson, fell from
Natienal Rus M—1402 while it was
going along Lazaretto Road, St.
Michael, at: about 10.45 p.m. on
Saturday,

He was taken to the General
Hospital in a serious condition and
detained,

* * .

Wilbert Crichlow of Mayers
Land, My Lord's Hill, reported
that his bicycle valued $35 was
svwolen from outside the Rouen
Progressive Club between 11,90
p.m, on Monday and 2.30 a.m, on
luesday.

* * *

Mrs, Newman, an intransit pas-
senger on the C.N.S. Lady Rodney,
reported that she missed her

odak Bantam Camera somewhere

etween the Aquatie Club and the
Baggage Warehouse on February
me *. * .

A fire at St. Matthews Boys’
School during Monday night burnt
a portion of the window to the
northern side. The damage is un-
estimated.

The incident was reported to the
Police by Mr. Cuffley, Headmaster
of the School,

* * .

The biggest cane fire for the year
occurred at Cane Garden Planta-
tion, St. John, on Monday. It
burnt 42] acres of second crop
32% acres of third crop, five acres
of fourth crop and three quarter
of an acre of fifth crop ripe canes
eight and a half acres of young
cane plants and 219 acres of ra-
toons, which were insured, The
canes and ratoons are the prop-
erty of General Traders Ltd

cz . *

A cane fire which occurred at
Belle Plantation at about 6.30 p.m.
on Tuesday burnt three quarters
of an acre of third crop ripe canes
At the same plantation another
fire occurred at midnight, On this
occasion only 200 holes cf first
crop ripe canes were burnt, They
are the property of G. D. Lascelles
and were insured,

* 7 *

Three acres of third crop ripe
canes were burnt when a fire oc-
curred at’ Mellows Plantation, St
Joseph, at about 2.30 a.m. on Tues-
day. They are the property cf
Joes River Estates Ltd, and were
insured, -

* . .

At Sturces Plantation, St. Thorm-
ar. a fire at abouy 3.30 n.m on
Tuesday burnt one and _ three
miarter acres of second, five acres
of third and three acres of fourt!
crop ripe canes, property of F. *
mevrn of he came plantation, The
were insured.

C.D.C. May Build
Pre-Fab Houses

GEORGETOWN, B.G., March 4

The Colonial Development Cor-
poration building up apace foi
vigantic sawmilling operations ir
British Guiana, hopes to include
pre-fab houses as u subsidiary

Representatives of the Corpora
tion here plan to ship to the
United Kingdom, blueprints of
model produced by the Govern-
ment Architect and Town Plan-
ning Officer, Michael Costello anc
exhibited by the Central Housing
and Town Planning Authority for
experts there, to study and design
the required machinery,

Here it is felt that such a sub-





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PLAN A WEEK OF HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY BUY GLOW-

SPREAD MARGARINE TO-DAY

BUTTER

IT TASTES LIKE TABLE
ONLY IT’S CHEAPER.

Larceny

Labourer Gets
Two Years For
Stealing Cycle

HIS LORDSHIP Mr, Jus:
tice G. L. Taylor at the Court
of Grand Sessions yesterday
sentenced 33-year-old Joseph
Barrow a labourer of Valley
Land, St. George to two years
imprisonment with _ hare
labour for stealing a Humbe:
bicycle belonging to Josep!
Taylor of St. Thomas.

The offence was committec
on October 15, 1951 and th
bicycle is valued at $81.81
Police Constable Emerso:
Howard told the court tha
Barrow had six previous con
victions for stealing and ou
of the six convictions thre
were for stealing bicycles.

Mr. F, E. Fiela Assistant to th
Attorney General prosecuted fo
the Crown. The case for th
prosecution was that on Octobe
15 while Joseph Taylor was i:
Bridgetown with his bicycle th
accused seeing him asked him t
lend him the bicyele to go anc
deliver a message.

Taylor lent the bicycie to th
accused who did not return it
The same bicycle he sold to an
other man in St. Thomas and o:
December 1. Taylor saw th

accused and asked him about .hi
bicycle.

Accused Taken To C.LD.

The same day the accused wa
taken to the Central Investiga-
tion Department and after som
investigations was charged wit!
the larceny of the bicycle. Th
first witness called by the prose

'

es eciiaaeaiartimeariniacsinsmaicnaisiaten tl tainie cageinneaiemtantaliaiatiias

cution in the case was Joseph |

Taylor of Weston Hall, St
Thomas, who said that on Octo
ber 15 he rode his bicycle |
town and the accused asked hin
to lend him his bicycle. The
accused said he was living in
St. Thomas.

The accused said he wanted te
use the bicycle because he want.
ed to send a message,
the accused the bicycle and want
ed for the accused at Spry Street
St. Michael After - the
did not return with the bicycle
he 'reported the matter to the
Police. Sometime later he saw
the accused in the Market and
asked him about the bicyele,

The accused said that he neve:
borrowed a bicycle and at. the
CID, Central Station, the
accused said he was not in towr
on October 15

The bicycle he tent the accused |

was a green Humber with three
speeds. When the Police showed
him his bicycle it was painted in

black and something extra was:
added to the bicycle, There was
a different saddle on the bicycle.
He had the bicyele for eight

months and paid $81.80 for it,
Cycle Lent

Questioned by the accused
Taylor said that he lent him the
bicycle because he said he was
living in the parish of St
Thomas.

Sgt. Marshall said that on De
cember 1 he saw the accused at
C.1.D. Central Station after Jos.
eph Taylor had accused Barrow
of stealing his bicycle. The ac-
cused denied taking a bicycle
from Taylor and did not knov
him, After the accused was cau.
tioned he made a_ voluntary
statement which he signed

About 9 p.m, the same day hi
went with the accused to §
John where the accused pointec
out a man to whom he had gol
a bieycle on October 18, 1951
The man handed over a bicyel:
to him (Sgt. Marshall) and gaic
that he had paid $40 for the bi
cycle,

Arthur Taitt said that th
accused came to his home anc
asked him if he wanted to buy ;
bicycle. The accused had a black
Humber bicycle. The accusec
said the bicycle was his and h
was selling it as he was short o
cash.

The accused asked for $40 fo
the bieycle and he (Taitt) hand
ed him eight $5 notes. Th:
accused did not give him a re-
ceipt. When he bought the bicy-
ale there was no licence plate or
it.

He handed the money to thi
accused in the presence of othe:

people. d er

Sidiary need not be'confined t
meeting local needs since there j
a considerable demand for low
cost houses throughout the non
imber producing areas of th
Saribbean, and perhaps furthe
ifleld.

The Regional Controller of th
-orporation, Dunean Anderson
-.B.E., accompanied by H. W
arey, local C.D.C. head, left thi
ity to-day for Wineperu on th
ssequibo on an inspection trip.

PHILLIPS



He leny!

accused |







2 N.P. Decision Is

From Our Own Correspondent

KINGSTON, J’'CA. March 5
Norman Manley leader of the
‘eople’s National Party said
esterday that the decision taken

‘o oust four Red leaders from the
P.N.P. was final and decisive
The P.N.P. leader said: “If the
ommunists believe their ideas

they can form a party of their
»wn and let it be openly done so signed also from the new party

as to end

“double

talk forever”.

PAGE FIVE



ference that Manley hada prepar-
ed his resignation from the party
and Jamaica politics, if the Geh-
eral Council meeting Sunday had
not accepted the Tribunal’s~re-
commendations to oust Ken Hill,
Frank K. Hill, Richard Hart amd

Arthur Henry for Communist
activities, and that the entire
Right Wing membership -of the

party executive avould have re-

on Christian and Socialist prin-

It was revealed after the con- ciples.

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UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the
mysurance Co, | will sell on Friday,
h 7th at Messrs. Chelsea Garage
‘old = Street = (1) 1949 Standard-

PERSONAL

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The public are Rereby warned again









giving credit to;my wife, Lilian Hind @ sts, Steady world wide reception | Vanguard, (Damaged in accident) Terms
(nee Pollard) as. do not hold myseli © uaranteed. Pye Ltd. 5.3.52—4n |cagh. Sale at 2 p.m.
responsible for her or anyone else cap GRIFFITH,
trecting any debt or debts in my nam: FURNITURE Auctioneer.
uniesd by a written mega t/t Loe 2.3.52—4n
ae t . —_———
~ , FURNITURF—At reduce prices. Mag. c a
; a ey ‘On | Cedar, Dressing Tables, Vanities, Dining UNDER THE SILVER
. + a Tables, Easy Chairs. At Ralph Beard’s HAMMER
Lower Bay Street. 6.3.52—3n PEPPERMINTS
WANTED j @n FRIDAY the 7th we will sell at the
LIVESTOCK Office of Cecil L. Straker & Co., Spry
nnn FLT 50 cases Peppermints 16 x 7 Ib
COW—Fresh in milk, 4th Calf, 22 pts. |] Cartons each 1 case Sugared Almonds
HELP per day. Apply: 24x 4 tb artons each. Sale 12 .W o'clock

Laurie Greenidge, Foul
6.3.52—2n

Pay, St. Philip. Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers



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sleep in
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SL TT a oa
rider cena KUT McHanie—| ,ADDNG Magne ori, Aig eee
Apply to Progressive Bus Co, Garage: 1 yodel almost new. G, W. Hutchinson & UNDER THE SILVER
Culloden Road, St, Michael 6. 3.s9-4n | CO Ltd.,—OMce. 6.3.52—3n HAMMER
SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Gol MISCELLANEOUS eS, eee Tih te onder oes,
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House, éonteining 2 bedrooms, living | BUTTER—-Cooking Butter in 1 Ib. tins,| Velehes Road her Furniture which in
. 7 > cludes very Nice Morris Suite, 2 Rockers,
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light, “Water «a: Taxes. Knowledge o/ | Hom at $3.12 each. W. M. Ford, 35 Roe- Vitrolit aah
’ oan: ‘ . le Top Table; Ornament Tables,
Golf an advarita a hvessing oa. Sis buck Street. Dial 2489 6.3.52—In Liguor Case (Glass Top), Upright Chairs
alify. -Apply. by letter to Seeretary _ a ' ,
Som whor further particulars can b CABINETS—Large Steel Filing Cavinet | iO aceene: ee, Titan Sheen
obtamed= — * 1.3.52—4.4 ith Combination Lock. 5 x 3 ft, $75.00] 80leum; Murphy: >. 0 el) ;
° Za: punk Twin Bedsteads with Simmon's Springs
— lso 4 Drawer Piling Cabinet $60.00 at nd Cott Filled Matt Vanity
WANTED LOAN--£7,000 secured b)| Rolph Beard’s Lower Bay Street . aon mowrenses; var
” first rtga, Yearwood & Bayce 6.3.52—); Table with triplet Mirrors all in Mahog-
en 5.3.52—4n : any, Simmons double Bedstead Spring
- - _ CHREALS—All Bran Corn Finkes,J2nd Bed Hon Folditg | Cot | Cradle
t ; Jan Bed, ne e8s, en
MISCELLANEOUS Oatmeal, Shredded uses yee eeeee Table and Ohairs, Larder, 3 Burner
fp Ung, Ww: M. Ford, 3 Reehuck Sirgst Falkes Oli Stove (perfectly good). a 3
HOUSE-—Wanted as soon as possible S ai Burner Valor Oil Stove and other items
moneras rental, three bedrooms mini ESCHALOTS—Apply: Sarah Murray, All of this Furniture is Modern, and
mum. have servants root in bebere Lane. 6.3,52—1n, | practically New. :
conditiow and os -. etn Tee Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash
ge b, werrnes , 2] GLADIOLI BULBS—Specially selected,
J. FP. Bing Phone 3911. Barclays ee. 10c, and 1c. each, Roache’s Drug Store,| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
= 4.3.52—2r | Speightstown, 6.3.52—2n. Auctioneers
8
st. We ant to buy OHN WHITE OFS—J ked
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Society; Grd floor No. 10 Swan rk vp to 15th March at Kirpalani 52, Swan

= : ee Sireet. 6.3.32—In.



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Lower Broad Street. Dial
6.3.62—4n

—! IN CARLISLE BAY

Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch, Sunshine

In the Handicaps published in













the Advocate Newspaper of yester-| juts in tins, Salted Almonds, Saltea| ®. Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Sch
Gay’s date, weight given in] Cashew, Nuts and Peanuts, W. 3. Ford, cata pet. Peeapen OC. oe
Race No. 13°¢Chelsea Handicap) }*® Roebuck Street, Dial MH | piigrim, Seh, Rainbow M., Sch, D'Ortae,
was the , ‘| MV. Lady Ratricia, Seh. T, A. H
hee copied sate Van Sluytman, Sch. Cloudio S., Seh
Sheet in respect of Lindsyd If, Sch. Philip H, Davidson,
whose weight shoulc FORK RENT Sch. Lady ‘Noeleen, Sch. Zita Wonito,
read 118 lbs, and not 128 Ibs. as Sch. Harriett Whittaker, Sch. Gita M..

there and Sch. Enterprise S

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%3.2,52-—t.f.n,

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abeth Dulaney, Alexander Cools-Larti-
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From = 8t. LUCIA—

NOTICE

ACQUISITION OF LAND

Notice required by Section 6 of the
Land Acquisition Act, 149)

in pursuance of the authoriyy vested
nome by Section 6 of the Land Acquisi-
ton Act 194%, f Thomas Edwin Went
-olonial Engineer of the Island of Bar-
ados, do hereby give notice to all whom
it may concern I have marked out
the lands deseril below, to wit:—A.!
that parcel of land containing one rood
nd seven adjoining lands of
Saint Christopher's Girls’ School in the
parish of Christ Church and bounding
. ~ lon lands of ~ Hazlewood, on eo
= 1A. Clarke, on lands of Estwick nm
ROR SALE lands of the said Saint Christopher's

* Cirls' School and on the public Highwa

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On TUESDAY

For TRINIDAD—

Addeane Moody, Corbel Taylor, John
Marugg, Margaret Marugg, George
Browne, Jose Pena, Marie Clarke, Charles
Lawton, Andra Nicholls, Kathry Nicholls,
Anthony Freestone-Barnes, Free-
stone-Barnes, Edwin Donovan, Roberta

Lindsay Williams,
Dorothy Ramsden-Jodrell, Maurice Jones,
Yvonne Shepherd, Clement Chaderton
Luis Cortejoso, Barbara Brodle, Charles

St. LUCTA—
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M
For

Colin Knight, Knight, H.E









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service to the community and he/the qd
jtion given a substantial grant.

vote $100,000 for revision of Civi
Servants’ salaries he did not se€/, » e @ uection of the amount
Garage, laundry, 2| why the Salvation Army could not/to be voted purely by way of
get more than $1,200.


























dates the classes that the Govern-
ment is supposed to be represent- | jj bureau

Government would cater to under

manitarian work to appease and

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emen' N.7250—-59. Finder return same to Ker
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ee Bate Marriage ot Eogermect| = ER GALE fein savers Pines Avenin ern
charge is $3.00 for any number of words a
te 88 and @ cents per word for each AUTOMOTIVE
‘word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 a) IC SALES
between 8.30 and ¢ p.m., 3113 for Death| 4. - PUBL
bo CAR—One Vauxhall Velox 1950 Model,
loclene after 4 p.m good condition. Price $2,000. Dial 2967 very
DIED 4.3.52--3n |
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CAR—Austin A70, 1951 model. Mileage REAL ESTATE would like
On March 5, 1952 at his} under 6,000. Apply T. S Kinch, Dial
. Rock Hall, St. George. | 8276 or 3070. 2.3.52—3n
Grant scomb His funeral leaves HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom |
a ae, Sued. ELECTRICAL hauise, all conveniences, with party |
today - ‘ e
Loye Bascomb (Wife), Mrs | GEC. FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES— | and cilia Seem.
Howard (Daughter), Mr. Howard] wholesale and Retail. CITY GARAGE | sefvant rooms and storage room under
spor in-law); Civse BascesbEco,, ri 21.2.52—t.f.n. | O@ attractive hillside site, Rockley New
{S6n-in-law); Clyde Bascomb even a odnon: Read. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476
(Bon). 5.3.52] GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR 13.2.52—t.f.n
aes s “ 8 cub, ft. Made in U.S.A. Has never been ON ing
TH ed, reason for selling owner unable CTI
: - ANKS to obtain Electric Supplies. On view at AU
FIELDS—We the-undersigued beg to © es See ore, Cee 8 CAR—Pord Prefect Saleon 1950 Model|the head of social services.
thanks 4o all those kind friends > 6 2". | damaged in uae We ae eeieeen Salvation
ee Se we a anh ue ins PYE” BATTERY RADIOS—6 Volt, just [(2 Gree this vehicle for sae doy th ;
waabieur recent bereavement rived, a limited quantity Call early-[4¢ 2 p.m. John M. Bladon & Company, |t0 satisfy.
Raber ds (wife), Mr ate C. S, Maffei & Go. Ltd. 4.3.52-6n, | S¥ctioneers. 2.3.52—4n | trifling.
- (Brother — =
ccm

performed such social services in
the way of shelter and meals.
it were possible for him to do it,

he would give the Salvation Army
£5,000.

he agreed with Mr. Talma.
said that before Government had
ever thought of a Probation De-
partment, the Salvation Army, at
the request of Magistrates and
Judges, carried out such a service.

sion has the Army created on the
minds of the public that some-
times the Probation Officer is still

oe revived the old question
or

church and said it should be dis-
established.

Education,
(L), said that he was glad to see
Government was still carrying the
efficient scheme it started many
years ago,

cold
children was not healthy,

net, Capt. F. Hassell, for British Guiana. | | J
THELBROOK, 286 tons net./it to the notice of
| that there

8.8. DEFENDER, 5.010 tons net, Capt.; J0hn with its grounds in @ very

Trene Massiah, Major Francis Scovil. |
j

* it did to the Boys’.

Hinds, Ercil Waterman, Roderick Hinds (
Rose'ey Williams. ;

Talma referred to the small vote

said that one would have expected

_ ‘ 1 nd perticularly shown and delineated on] . ose ? ell, Lady Arrundell
feet a et, ; rae the plan thereof dated we 15th day o! gia Pobert Arrundell, Lady Arrundel
el] St. incen | May, 1951, certif D 3 rh ‘ Rat or |
Cnamincent views of moun | Sworn Surveyor ‘ Pe = hava eri PeRDe telene: ‘Gitane \
e - s . " . , ons,
* : | The aid lands have been acquiped for | ee: ae onwyn Apack
* taingand the Grenadine Islands }the following purposes: Extension ci| °° .
Ideal proposition for a retired pl ig for Saint Christopher's} pop GRENADA= é
4 me : n, Duncan Thompson
eouple to operate and live { require all persons interested in the] pop ge, eee as he
amid beautiful surroundings. jeuld lands ag soon as reasonably Rev. Leon Miller, David Yearwood,
For further particulars apply peucticable either— e ; Benjamin Clarke.
‘ ue Winds St. J a 3) to appear personaliy or by attorney
Rooks, Pour Winds, ames. or agent before me to state thc
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House Continue
Budget Debate

|C. E. Talma (L), said that thejthe House came to consider Head
Salvation Army was performing a;XXVITI Subsidies And Grants.

valuable and gonstruclive} Mr, J. BE. T. Brancker led off

ate by saying the staff of
blicity Committee under
which $33,290 was to be granted,
He said that if they are going to/acted with discrimination.

Mr. C. E. Talma who moved

to see that organisa-|the

) showifig the House’s attitude to-
The Army, he said, accomm0-|wards the bad working of that
Cormittee, remarked that a pub-
such as that could do
people luseful work if it were well
organised and if its staff was fit
for that type of work. But at the
baggage warehouse, there were a
few disgruntled and disappointed
women of Barbados. Because
that system was adopted in the
past, the system of white peopie
getting certain jobs in preference
to coloured; he said, it should not
be then adopted.

There was, too, the fact that
every place in Barbados did not
get the same amount of adver-
tisement and a few taxi owners
were allowed to get privileges
over the average taxi driver,

Mr, G. H. Adams held that if
such a mation ier f bean ae
was passed, wo an
verse vote against the Govern-
ment.”

Mr. F, L. Walcott in reply to

It eaters to the same

The
Army undertakes hu-

He regards $1,200 as a
He said that the Salvation Army
If

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L), said that
He

He said that so great an impres-

geterred. to. a8" “The Salvation | Noseg.WhO, suggEated that there
rmy Man.” . ?
Both Mr. Barrow and Mr. Barbados Government was the

only Government which went as
far as telling engers who
arrived at Seawell and wanted a
car that they must take taxis in
order that all taxi drivers would
get an average amount of work.
He added that Government went
as far as saying that with the
appointment at Seaweli, the per-
son had to be other than white.

giving Mr. Adams pointed out that u
school |through the traities of human

Hot{nature, a policeman might be
tempted to take a bribe from a cas
owner and let him get passengers
before his turn, blame could no

the * disestablishment of the

When = discussing

Mr.

Head XxX:
L. A. Williams

He however
water

felt that
and milk to

water should be used.

He would much prefer the sys-
tem of a hot midday meal and
he hoped that Government would

modify th ‘ ‘eovsite |e Put on Government. He addea
sAitont ais sincaeaieath biscuits that he had always told members
. a f that if they had a clear case cf

Education any discrimination being practised

The House agreed to Head XX,,in any departments, they should
Edueation, for which they voted|draw his attention to it.
$976,403. When considering this} Mr. Talma withdrew his motion
Head, Mr, V. B. Vaughn (1), said|for the deduction.
that the people of the community When Head Miscellaneous Serv-
should be able to say what tyP@hices, the last which was dealt
of education they wanted, He with before the House adjourned
“ i an bs Educatipnal set came up for discussion, two mo-
from the United “erates ‘rector tions er ge lg

He would also like to see some | WT defeated. eee cee
means provided for children leay- | 548&s for Senior Administrative
ing schools to be sent to Ameri-} Professional and Technical Offi-
can Educational Institutions. cers—which gave a grant

It was remarkable, he

can leader of note who has not}deletion were Mr. O, T. Allder,

bees, oqyeeted in the U.S.A
r. W. A, Crawford (C) also

felt that the school as,

children
should be given a hot midday
meal, He said that a little more a, Se patie ten

interest on the part of the Gov-~
ernment in this matter woula|#¢S8ional and Technical Officers.

best i Every cent spent in
this direction was a good invest-
ment, It was ete spend it| deletion was defeated by a 11—4
this way than to spend it i later | majority. Those who voted for the
years in hospitals, sanitorium, etc,| deletion were Messrs, Allder, V. B.

Mr. J. E. T. Braneker (L).| Vaughn, E. D. Mottley and F. C.

implied that the hot midday | Goddard.
meal should be given to the school After this Head was passed, the
child. He said that whenever} House, adjourned until 7 p.m.

mension of this subject was made to-day,
at political meetings the enthu- .
siasm was tremendous.
Mr, O, T. Allder (I) brought Gomez
Government
was a_ school in St, L e R ft
(From Our Own Correspondent.)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 5.
Gerry Gomez, the first West
Indiay cricketer to return. home
from Australia emphatically de-
nied today on arrival here that

bad condition. He said that many
holes were inthe ground and
nothing had been done to make
the ground safer for the children. ;

Mr. Allder also asked that the
Lodge School be extended as it
had a reputation for good educa-
tion, not only in Barbados but
throughout the West Indies.

Mr, C. E. Talma (L) asked

that for many years now the Boye’ | °"¢

} ae ;
jan, Sins, Roundation Schools] ccaara and Stollmeyer, beau
hoped that the new schools would} WTe » in constant

be given priority in the five-year

lan.

Mr, Talma also criticised the
Governing Body of these schools.
He said that this Body paid more
attention to the Girls’ School than

were mo strained relations.

Gerry made it clear that there
were umpiring mistakes but “Wea
did not get the worst of the
umpiring, Australia had as much
‘o grumble about as we did.”

Gerry subscribed to the view
tha, if they had more time at
their disposal it would have been
desirable to play all the states
before the Tests.

Public Works

When the Head Public Works,
came up for discussion, Mr. C. E.
of $180 for Bathing Sheds. He
that more than that would have
been voted,

The question of Bath Sheds did
not give rise to a fiscal survey. He
said that Christ Church could well
io with about three bath sheds,

He said he noticed that danger
igns were placed on certain bath-
ing beaches where there was
othing dangerou He wondered
vhether it was to keep away those
of the under-privileged from using
hem.

Of the teams, Gomez said : “Our

were wrong. The fellows had a
lo. of ability but not the tem-
perament.” He pointed out that
the general standard of cricket
in Australia was very high and

opposition. Every player on the
The Australians
ond efficient cricket. The West
Indies made the mistake, of not
taking a fast bowler on the tour.
In his view if the team had a
veally fast man of Frank King’s
type it would have changed the
character of the Australian bat-
‘ing and given the West Indies
1 better chance.

Under the item Police St#ions
Mr. T. O. Bryan called attention
‘o the fact that policemen were
ised as carpenters and masons to
io work at the Station and he was
‘ooking forward to that practice
being stopped. Such were not
Police duties.

Mr, J. E. T. Brancker (L) drew
‘ttention to the lack of certain
omveniences at the Police Sta-
ions. He said, too, that he was
nee again throwing out a remind-
r to Government of the need for
he Post Office ‘in St. Lucy being
removed to a central site.

Mr. E. W. Barrow expressed
the view that a bath should be
erected in every village of Bar
bados.

Mr. Adams pointed out that the
vote of $180 was only for main-
enance.

Subsidies and Grants
A lengthy debate arose when













jon teama engaged in playing
ion teams e bs)
B.AF.A. fixtures at Ken- {f
sington are notified that a }
SHOEMAKER has been en-
gaged for the season to be
present at these fixtures to
carry out any EMERGENCY
repairs to the boots of play-
erg engaged in a game on
that particular afternoon,









Mr, Mottley referred to that as’ © t
discriminatory. This motion for time the score remained at one

opened
ston today with good fellowship | about
pageantry and gay colours. The!“

Sir Hugh Foot,
Scout Jamaica,
The Chief Scout of

Jamboree
Opens

From Our Own Correspondent.)
KINGSTON, J’ca., Mar. 5.
The first Caribbean Jamboree |

at |

Briggs Park, King-|

ing ceremony performed by
K.C.M.G., Chief
who welcomed
the British

Commonwealth Lord Rowallan
took place in a specially prepar-
ed arena built to accommodate
10,000.

Scouts attending the Jamboree

come from Antigua, Aruba, Bar-

bados, Bermuda,
duras, Canada, the Canal

British Hon-
Zone,

The Cayman Islands, Chile, Cuba,

Curacao,

Dominica, Grenada,

Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nas-

sau,

The United King-

dom, The United States, Vene-

zuela. All Cumall parishes in
Jamaica with the exception of
St. Catherine were represented.
The Jamboree will be in session
12 days.

Commemoration stamps were
issu ay by the Jamaica

Government with the approval of

‘the British Government, the first

postage stamps in

the British

Colonies for scouting. The Ja-

Mr. E, D. Mottley and Mr. F. C,, ation by K. Hutchinson, Andr
The other was for $100,000 to| the ball.

maica series depict the head of
the late King.
towards the

Proceeds will go
amboree fund.

Sabre Jets
Down 5 M.LG’s

EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAR-
TERS, Korea, March 5.

THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1952

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The M/V
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will accept Cargo and
Passengers for St. Lucia, St.
Vincent, Grenada and Aruba,
Sacling Wednesday 27th inst.

bane March 15th, arriving at Trinidad
April 15th’ and Barbados about bP I nn Al a
pril 18th. Cargo and Passengers for

British Guiana,

Isla.

In addition to general cargo this vessel

has ample space for chilled and hard
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Cargo

Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing

7th March 1952.

accepted on through Bills of
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Cargo and Passengers for Nassau

Leeward and Windward
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F.86 Sabrejets scored their big- |
gest aerial victory since January |
25 to-day, when they destroyed |

five Communist M.I.G. 15 jets and |

probably destroyed a sixth.

The raging 50 minute battle
occurred when 28 of the speedy
U.S. fighters ripped through a
formation of 70 Soviet-built jets
in M.1.G, Alley. It was the big-
gest bag of Communist planes
since January 25, when Allied
planes claimed 10 Red ae

The Fifth Air Force did not dis-
close Allied losses if any.

On the ground only light action
was reported.—U.P.

Carlton Defeat
Spartan 3—1



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_YESTERDAY evening in an ex-|%
citing though not spectacular game its
Carlton defeated Spartan 3—1 ‘in! @

their second Division
played at Queen’s Park.

Spartan took the touch off but 138

quickly lost the ball to their

for|opponents. Carlton then took the
1 said, | $100,000 was defeated by a 12—3\lead and after
that there is hardly a West Afri-| majority. Those who voted for the! play scored the

resulted from some good combin-

and White, the last named

fixture |

iz

<
15 minutes of %
first goal mehee|

xX
x
+
ews! &

i +
netting! x

For the rest of the first half )%

Spartan fought back. keenly and
outplayed Carlton but opportuni-
ties to score were wasted. At half

ie in favour of Carlton,



Australian team knew his part.| diphtheria, six of

When play resumed, Spartan
continued to press the game, but
this was not to last long and for
the greater part of the second half
Carlton predominated.

From a penalty awarded against
Weekes of Spartan, Carlton then
got their second goal. Porter took
the kick and after the ball hac
rebounded from the hands of th«
Spartan custodian, made no mis-
take the second time.

Carlton again came back anc
Andrews at inside right beatin:
through the Spartan back lin
scored the third goal for Carlton.

Spartan had not yet scored, an:
although they were given chance
of doing so refused to take advan-
tage of the opportunities giver
This was due to the fact that th

there was a rift between Goddard | Spartan players bundled together
Stollmeyer cr that therejbut their opponents, spread ou
were ever two camps in the team.|and combined better.

However about two minutes bc

consultation | fore the close of play, Weekes wh
hroughout the fourth Test which} was now playing at the right wing
proved congelusively that there, got the ball and took a lob int

the Carlton goal.

The game ended with the score
at 3—1 in favour of Carlton.

The teams were as follows:—

Spartan : Wood; Morrison,
Weekes; Haynes, Gibbs, Gittens;
Grant, Phillips, Morris, Jemmot

Carlton: McKenzie, . Porter
Alleyne, C. Cox, K. Hutchinson
Bagot, Straker, White, H. Cox
Andrews, Edghill.

Referee: Mr. O. Graham.

Linesmen: Messrs. T. St. John

whole batting ‘outlook and policy} @nd A. Atkins.

15 I. D’s”
A REPORT from the Depart-

it took the West Indian players! ment of Medical Services yester-
ime to get accustomed to tight] qay, states that during February

this year, there were two cases of
enteric fever

layed thorough} and seven of tuberculosis.

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Me Donald Bailey—Olympic a rast MM Bergniann, Leach

By Derek John a eee : ae Coming, To B’dos England 7" ‘Team



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er He i eal Ik fror equall the
ea nine AA a Barbadians will be able to se
in V tine - maatiitias 10 ne Richard Bergmann and Johnny es a e

came I t AT Soy e eee , Leach, World Tabje Tennis Cham-
In the Ws ent teak wet to record pions, in action in the island.
known his prowess as a ing k ae a. ed t t) The Barbados Table Tennis As- By Dennis Hart
sprinter ¢ ct . ce a a ee mee Te He ‘ sociation received a letter from
hig native t r i. ? fe sab y the Trinidad and Tobago Table rn
soon becar ‘ murite , His oe a oe oa 0 a = to kee Tennis Association requesting that LONDON, 19th February,
with Athletic { . 1 this & oe te - Seaaie bade itt I Barbados subscribe $1,100 as the On March 26th, the football Association will send a
country, and the name LAC Y®# ~ Md tin tha eenid od fir island’s share of the expenses in team to Amsterdam to play Holland. It will not be Eng-
a yn tod crowd at’ the never rin again. Bailey refused Send him a Ry SURES ee famous play- _—_land’’s first eleven, but a ‘B’ side and will include many of
ante tee Ok ecept this verdict. And, after | ee Se Be Ne st e the promising younger players who are on the verge of
that was the fastest thing in ong periocs oO mnipuli "to use ‘ Through the instrumentality of International honours.
the without wi Afte1 aS WES | ee eee enters enei and ea

the war, International honour: in the 1948 Olympics,



vies Advecate’s Table Tennis Cor-
































: ; Britain, “the Ww! 1 } I respondent, the local Association _ The date of this game is £34,500 inside left, who has al-
ciime his way. This summer, he ran for ritalin, Ww has been fortunate to get Bottlers extremely important, for just over ready played for England.
will be one of Britain’s main ccuntry of his adoption vould His first comp on th t | (Barbados) Ltd., through their ® Week later, England play Scot- Brentford half-backs Green-
hepe t the Helsinki Olympi« Succe a be oaegge re a en will be at the indoor mee al representative, Mr. Charles T land at Hampden Park..A good wood and Hill, are under con-
Games. eee: Se ‘ aoe ade eeainst Harrmgay on March 29 Ray, to sponsor the tour. performance in the Holland game sideration and so is Hewie Charl-
iI-health. But misfortune over- Where ne will rum in the 50 yard This is a welcome move as the on eae 5 aie * player's ton’s South African full-back.
him again. He developed “as! Poe eae Barbados Table Tennis Associa- pig peler oay play
; under his arms, and although | Phi ; . 1e AE % a a “a ae tion was not in a financial position Enwiend teak by ho adieu aac
he won his way through to the ' nd. vay a ocd a ae as st to sponsor the tour. itself
al of the 100 metres, he was oi voestion. Whilst in America The B.TT.A. through their Sec- _The last full International
BCR SOM. last year, he competed im an in- retary Mr, Christie Smith, is get- England played, was against
In spice of a:t, ne insisted ©N anor meeting in Washington and ting ahead with arrangements for Austria in November, and while
ompeting in that final, but W@S yealised the enormous value to the tour. the defence gave a creditable dis-
unable to gain a place British athletes of staging such - play, the forward line was very
The vast crowds at Wembley events in this country i ne ean nap he tae eae cant 8 out of touch,
were disappointed at Mac’s fail- He pointed out that the English en Sect They will visit The Amsterdam eleven will not
ure, Most of them put it downM ¢jimate allows only a short out- 2 aa - Britis! G ie Trini- be named until March 3, but al-
wo a recurrence of his leg injury, door season, about ive months. Br DACOS, a i. -_ Jamaica. ready a number of players have
not realising that every time he Athletes may devote winter dad and Tobago on ‘ = been told to put their passports in
; moved his arm he suffered M- montks to road work,’or even The stay in each colony is expect order should they be wanted.
tense pain. They wrote him off cross-country runring but they ed to be about three days. Forwards named include Har-
as finished, and the general suffer from a lack of competi- This will be a great opportunity mer, Tottenham’s brilliant pint-
opinion jin) stiletic “‘wircles was tive. track rack eae ee for the islands to oppose the sized inside-right who, but for
that he would drop out of big that indoor meeti: vill end World’s best and for the public to his frail build would eurely have
time running. ; ; this defect, ; witness,the class of Table Tennis been ‘capped’ earlier this season,
Indeed things did look black Britain’s Helsinki hope ore | aah at the World Championships. Holden, Burnley’s centre forward
rh be ee aT oe ae a oe ay Bailey pcre ap a po ae | The records of these players are who beside scoring goals, can also
1c yards oO reaioar a or } 1©@ doe tnere i no a nan B vo . nr aero a seewart}
both of his A.A.A. sprint titles, in the world to touch him Jas follows: Bergmann: World Sin-! hold a oe ee ype co
the 220 to McCorquodale, the Sports’ writers have run out of jgles Champion in 1937, 1939, 1943 | the Shefie ee A i. Ww inesday’s
mnt superlatives in trying to describe and 1950, French Internation: ui! and Sewell Sheffield Wednesda}
Again Bailey refused to him. He has at different times a ik e ; Champion 1952, England No. 1)
- ~ acknowledge defeat. He trained been termed the Trinidad Flyer, Ll. | player 1952. Johnny Leach: ge
McDONALD B. harder than ever to overcome the «the Black Flash, and the Sepia - 4 wis ‘ c b : s mpion in 1949 and 1
a setback, and sheer determination Streak. But Mac, of the pearly 2 Saas Ota? a4 or mate a ane fae yn eon Fee aaa |
®. McDonald Bailey, for he was «nabled him to recover his fit- white teeth and flashing smile aeeAal in Sabon E "biela Gens a enbul t ‘908. eee
that young West Indian, is now ess, so that the following season knows that endeavou not ad- _7~ ee ee PAA oye eee = shi ne | |
jomt holder of the world’s 100 he was able to regain both his jectives, win a and he is 7
metres record : at 10.2 seconds titles. Since then he was gone gol ns . mt r WHAT'S ON TODAY



Titian Is Still ‘Hope’ For ‘Triumph’ Gardner On This Form so ere
It ts More Valuable Than Lincoin Can Upset Allen a ee |

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By RICHARD BAERLEIN Abbott will decide to run his at Lincoln, Justice Jury will be h d
LONDON, February 19 colt at Hurst Park and_ so receiving 18 lb. That is fair han- . . ASSIZE DIARY are just the thing you woul
The new Lincolnshire Handi- strengthen the weak English de- dicapping. Precise Punching Beats Sckena 3
cap favourite, Titian, has never fence. At Ascot over the Hunt Cup FRIDAY want for the ordinary every-
won a race beyond seven fur- Whateve: Gordon Richards course, Titian ran fourth to i No. 17 Reg. vs. Keith Wal- m
longs on the flat, and his dam, decides to ride in the “Lincoln” Fastnet Rock, beaten 11 lengths iy George Whiting rond : :
Red Garter, was a sprinter. would be favourite at this early and receiving 3 lb. The difference No. 22 Reg. vs. Leopold Small day occasion .. ..
She is, however, by that great stage. The champion would at Lincoln will be 7 lb, LONDON. prays for straight rights, and No. 34 Reg. vs. Rufus Alfred
sire of jumpers Knight of the have gone through the form At Dongaster Titian was han If Terry: Allen hopes still to be Terry Allen is no slough in this We also have MATRONS’
Garter, and, though Titian is by book thoroughly before accept- dicapped to give Lianstephan 13 British fAy-weight champion respect. ‘
Nearco, his dam's © influence ing the mount Ib.,, and they finished together. after March 17, when he is due Gardner, in my book, woukQEe]?""°"""" { HATS
should ensure his jumping abil- It is in Titian’s favour that he In the “Lincoln” the difference is to defend his title against Teddy every coe making ao ¥
ity. Nearco has already produced comes early to hand and has 9 Ib. Gardner (West Hartlepool), he punches finishing strongly, an
another promising novice hurd- shown his best form in heavy Over the Old Mile at Aséot had better polish up his defence employing a en a WEATHER REPORT 2 " .
ler this~season in Scarpia. going Titian ran third to Turco II and against one of the quickest left- that often had kena going the of
Titian is still one of our main Last season he ran eight times Kameran, with Expeditious, hand body punchers in the busi- vrs rr " * YESTERDAY ¥ A very wide variety o, prices
ha@pes of defeating the French in and only once did he run in a Malka’s Boy and Dolaincourt be- ness. oubt if there is a boxer in :
the Triumph Hurdle on March 8, race which was not seven fur- hind. Malka’s Boy and Dolain- The hook to the solar plexus, Britain more capable than. Rainfall cram Gosinatn: oe
and will need another race over longs or a mile. court are both well held by often attempted but seldom Gardner of making an opponent Total rainfall for mon
hiirdics before then becaise he That was over six furlongs at Titian in that race achieved with accuracy, brought look foolish with a flick of the date: .29 in. + 85.5 °F
is%still an inexperienced jumper. Manchester, where he won by a em Gardner in sight of a sixth round head and a quick slither of an Highest eee ae op
rhe “Triumph” is more valu- head from Neutron, to whom he Titian was mot disgraced in knock-out at Newcastle in his elastic body. Lowest Temperature: -
than the “Lincoln,” and was givin lb. Justice Jury being unplaced in the 2000 European title fight with the [If fault must be found, it is that Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
thire are 18 days between the another “Lincoln” candidate, was Guineas, but ran one of his best French champion, Louis Sckena Gardner occasionally ducks a lit- hour. i 29.977 (3 CAVE
two races so | hope Mr. B. A. four lengths away, receiving 8 Ib; races of the year in the New- and I never want to see a more tle too low. Sckena, after three Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29. (
=_ aie ca market ones in Sy woes precise or better-timed punch a hitting —t more p.m.) 29.889
* running ilwyn to a length and Jimmy Wilde could not have solid than the air, also tried a E
¥ M.C4’, OPENING HATS a half, giving him 7 Ib. improved on it. little ‘body bobbing’ in unison TO-DAY SHEPH RD
= In his first race of the season Swaying his head to the right with his opponent, and there were Sunrise: 6.20 a.m.
over seven furlongs at Kempton to avoid Seckena’s left lead, Gecasions when the pair looked Sunset: 6.10 p.m. & co LTD
in heavy going Titian beat an- Gardner whipped im a left hook like two puppets on one string. Moon: First Quarter, March 2 ” a
other “Lincoln” candidate El bang on the “mark”. At once ‘These, however, were minor; Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

Ayashy, by two lengths, Un- the Frenchman’s knees buckled blemishes. If Gardner is in his | High Tide: 2.51 a.m., 12.16 \|
placed that day were Malka’s and, lurching forward, he crack- “Sckena” form on March 17,/ p.m.
Boy Lianstephan and Stratolight ed his brows on the bald and Terry Allen will have need of all Low Tide: 7.06 a.m., 8.00 pam. |

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all at level weights. shining pate of Gardner. the arts and crafts he has ac-|
Fl Ayashy has now changed This double disaster had quired as a former world cham-
tables, but has only #4 1b. in hand Sckena down for a count of feur pion. Cel
for the two-length beating; sub- and plainly in trouble. Rising SOP POOP FPOIOS POPP PPSPS SSS FSSSSSLE SSO SSCS?





sequently he appeared to lose all defenceless and on rubbery legs

form. he offered Gardner a wide open Be

iti st alien een that Titan chin—and Teddy coolly collected Maine at Patty

Tea ddlidieed: on Alb pes due and proper dividend with his

Saige: Har tac a. hig, vowln, rips hand ‘ ab io cep rene March 3.

fully built colt who requires a ne Pe th py: yk chat ge oe AP es, ‘ene Beas Sent

lot of riding and they have the Py 20 rise at clght but was cnly ee tee so See te aoe

right jockey for him this time halfway perpendicular and gop" Budge Patty hitting strongly off!
Good rider though Sellwood ne a blind man oo, bis ee Se ee

was, Titian always “appeared to eatin heat ash oh i ita nee

overpower his jockey last sea on oa tl ercldental ith ce Py nthinie sande — fight

overpow his jc Se: * gised for the accidental clash o e a good in

Fuvien iin diseace, tat be will heads, and it was obvious that his match with Savitt ‘but

be ‘one of the fittest ‘horses in ‘the sg ge age eS cairn ioe.

Sia eee re een one mild form of concussion for many guns for him.

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1e luckless Sckena. The results of the Invitation
But, collision or no __ collision\) Tennis, Men's Singles, Semi
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Q.Cc. OLD GIRLS il mark for that picture Brendan Macken 6 —1, 6—3;
punch with the left hand. Budge Patty beat Lorne Maine
Ss The new European champion, 6—3, 3—6, 6—2. 4
BEAT ST. MICHAEL'S 30 years old and looking 10 Mixed Doubles: J. Farquhar- %
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Bicatmeaaa. bar St. Mich hael’. iftly in most unlikely cireum- Gibson (America) 11—9, 7—6. e .
dit caiies Ganith out in twelve nees, but this punch can be™ The finals of the Women’s Serpe: Dial 4616
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TIUSSDAV MARCH 6. 152 BAeUsAOOS AIWOCATK • PAGF 1IIBF.E 'Quake Leaves 10,000 Japs Homeless 34 Dead: 168 Injured: Damage Estimated At $21,000,000 HOKKAIDO. Japan. March 5. The United States Occupation said the Jftf) ( ment has invited them to provide emergency relief to some 10.000 Japanese, made homeless us a u-sult of a Strong eanhquake that sent ei^ht tid... Hokkaido island. — 1 t'i I pol.ee> repoi %  listed the dead at 34 h*ted 12 dead, ill muting and in Injured A prellnui pui i rep crty damage i 21 mill tad en* 1 243 huil I •ton IS ship* were darn. nine bridge* weal %  A i .tier ileet Ronn folio* v quake but it dW not prevent •Korea, piano Gay Carnival In Grenada %  PRHTI Our Don roiminndrnii ST. GEORGE'S. March 1. Grenada's masquerader* celebrated their gayest Carnival ir years last Monday and Tuesday .. In the capital where the N tivitie* were particularly hectic from dropping l.uOo blankets and colourful, a 17-year-old t.runylilvrrtng victim*. — U.F. ette, Mi-s Kathleen Bern...!; Gouyave. St. John's ruled a* Wu..ii of Carnival She had won her own pari-rfi contest and held the judge's fancy against finalist Queens of St. George'*. .7 BWI lor a Next afternoon at the Market ,,.,„„ „ lgn „,.,„., Montreal Square the Queen presented the nil London. pr ^r . . TC A *"• continue to opera!.' Th usual "lump up took place f 1)Ilv _p l „ JH .nj!et North Star airthrough the streets after the c , fl „„ 1(J i,a„,-Atlantic imM pnz* duartbulion, preaentinn n „ m hr „.,,, ,„„, „.,„ „ lakr „„ not of colour nwrlm. ,-r.. 'inn passenger Arrival or H.M 5. uevonsnire sealmi( accommodation or cabin and Enord Bap on Tuesday add„„„„„. armuam ed variety to the crowds as sev|,„..,,. v ,., „ oral sailors joined In the fun ni .„,„„.,., ,..„.|,.,l on Iha Carnival Ittt was runir out '"' with numerous dances lit sev. i o which the clamour of Wad Eg !" ?!L !" ?!!' A^^SS" the dominant "' • ""leer he offered to paysengers Instead. ,i niodiialel. y incident spoiling ,h. good ,.i; !" .l ni,.^. ; ,, .ai I, ma,,,A TECHNICIAN at RCA labdlatorit %  possible a wrist or vest podn the human body, the n anything a Uirie i the mighi mite .,>, tjit'iiinln Wii'i/V/iVr Canadians Told "Rest A Uttle—Drink A Little" "Working Tito Hard # Had" CANADIANS, who pride themselves on being second only to the American* in their willingness to rwfc hard fur the extra dollars and the luxuries they CSJI buy. have •>een Warned by Dr. William A. Oille. a member of the staff :< neral Hospital and an associate in medicine at the University of Toronto. He HV told them thai one of' — — MM cause* of heart dlseaea ,A- tn-ri • s an aggressive attitude to. 1". \ V* l". I I •v.-irds gfi I llOf* peopla in-.iav h .ve trouJ" n i", Til-.* ' hie with heart disease than ever „ mo ^ K m K ^ h Itefore. .in.I in the pa-t la years H. W -K D SS*wkitM-< risen Imm fourth U-Cinr I ETC to llrst Blare as .. CHUMof deaths. raw*. Thia bu r m 1a due partly to r ,^ **. %  he fact 'it 11 r%  ex,*-, tancv ha < SSartH M •*• increased Irom 48 to ti8 years of % %  %  %  % %  %  % %  n .ige he • til. and that many people now Ue from heart disease, r %  ,. \i UHH4-I lite in I .. WIN I te* decades r r.tapoW. c THwhave died much earlier Z~JT%Ei£ fiotn soat* other ml. Cam IS-mininc rest NevorUieleva. modern eondiJ|J^ lions of living had imicri to do A,. U winne. with the prevalence of the earnIBSSSM Van ivrw^s. Ken plaint. Dr. Oille sranwl that An ,,., I"",:. ..' %  .In not provide for a long pei %  Iflht, "and r.-n si. KM*I •ds during •""•*£ %  ?*• %  th.da>.' in Invitini. heart | Sin li habits, he said r* m""^-~un*~" fnil to give thf body lime to reB IS1I. C tail. %  sin ^ damaged by activity, tension, fear and won. To Bggtal rehisatlon hr. the di-rtor. "Alcohol in thera[H'.' —gay, two to four liquor I dav—Is relaxing and lH l,< | —la-K-S. •RODNEY" DUE TOMORROW rhcPMS L*d> Keeaseg ut exorrive here I ir. ;nmg fn>m lln'.ivn Guiana via T.'Oidad. %  IT ilasscs ai.a run oian purls and 11 rruKto* on Sunday night foi Canada, via tha British Northern dauon Pictures Umited which is nda. She m consigned to making a tour of the West Indies Film Unit In Antigua tram Oar Oon 4. .ir..>*a4a>i ANTIUUA. Mareli i unit from Bntuh FounL J. Aurnln & Co, have "arrived m Antigua •v.n fllm plcfuresque or interesting scenes under the auspices of the Tourist Committee, it hi hoped thet the films will publicise Antigua in the United King• dom and other parts of the MIXSD CUnJO ARRIVING vrsterda. I it is the Motoi Vessel l^dy Jcy .rht a cargo which included wolld I bags of copra. 3* bags of char, : ,^u^Td^-Tbrc ^i.o! s; tr-rsT*R ii ta us. the manufacture of Ut, The fame Antigua s its*! iH ThT u V i.,u i >; decided not to Him steel bands \' n s£hasuJrW 1 Funuiaalv, "howtnf the manufactur. of the essthe American Virgin licah fruit. Among her cargo S'T liESSStftmi front ""> "'"• G ' •*• -W*S D,imlnlca and Is consifned to the *>\J2? S-hooncr Pool Association. i km* aUUy Welfare Officer To Come To Barbados Britannia Takes Shape 1. -. 1..-1. >4> M Wrll1 Himlll. ,. J Do-fter %  ster, i i Oe*ai SH Pen m So R Arun1*1* A leasMr. r '' r rl.kl 1 llrlrl -1 SOW i.... %  !..1 D r< J •Terek, w n>n*p. j b P raiah V O-Neill Mivr. S l.-rlrr.hMfe K f. a c *'r""w J Cetitr, H M. ( -..II a M omn •* dteerV. (From Our Own Correspondent) .ST. GEORGE'S. March a. Mia* Pansy Rowley, Social Welfare Officer, is to leave ..irliiwi %  '->ii> %  shortly for Baibudus to attond a imiference of Mlrvol.... :..!__ Kt> %  ._.!; u i.t.oU Ue bands supplied rhythms. Ihe Social Welfare Officers in the West Indies over which Mr. Chinn, Principal Social Welfare Adviser to the Secretary of State, will pfl i vat By JAMES STt'ABT kasa lw,. KM ksspal BRJSTOl K....... ^ | %  ^r^= In thr great hangar In whlcl %  -.,,., „„,,. n—(..• R. the Bralwun. Rrttaln'a largest ;ih... Lerven* M.n.Jam plane, was t.ikinr i ..irplane. ttte Bristol .. which will take UM 'V,.;;'"'^ rises. a IXirilla SWaii suifid. HeStB sir at at-rtil SO ton*, has %  III..I fut • man, C i low far. the lnvclopinen, %  % %  '"T *'" ub..(Kiunissioo, (ect to ihe approval of their got Foreign Agen Is Blamed For Riots Gold Down p..i si in Hi Iha .Moscow uade ConrtltiUaja less than halt the W ferenec in April it wi learned wrl| n t 0 f lni Brabazon ( nd :•• rtsfasstj the Prlm^e** nyinR-boal* now Br..our. >uur u*.a*..i own However the Indonesian govhe( ni( built at Oovea), Ihe Brit""• %  MrK.t-. H.tb..i SMgen mneni will not end an official ann | ;i W |j| i nevertheless, be the i Kmiihl and Cuinn i leatnMi in the fair instead a higgest airliner built in this icspecl'.vPly m Ihe VSOeSSnnslWea of four peiBOllK inrf ,„" uni ,,,, ,, ,,l.u alrUiv hi-. bceOetwn Bli Robetl Aiundell and Lady Arundell have been offlt-lal KARACHI. March 4. East Bengal's Chief Minister Nurul Amin last night blamed en set up in Jakarta to pro^^ the Brltanm., ar. itlon to organizations >b)v ^ mId ,. m two h may wish to send delegates n( p to fliI1 v 74 [) apccined Moscow must be "bona tide traders and not person.* briefest in political eon*ideratloi.. GLEST SPEAKER fa i:ii.li. On." "f '.lie Hoapltal ot eluding ona goveinnsent MssAY, Murch t St. John of Jecusalvm. The Lasshas own set up A sharp fall In the gold price don Uasette of January 4 I ilicir names among several others which toi-ian wonde. whothar %  major depresHis I U v>..n % %  fclng Georite VI to Moscow. IlL—d "handful of toinsm isis. • !" "n .,, BWtid v.... r..ciouslv pleased to honour The Indoneauin %  avemmnl ajents and pollt cal m .J lcon g' c The ycll.n. metal. 'hieh is reby p&IanUona and appointments spccille.1 th.it those who -I "2 .?J", ?„^?hrtunVll " rd d """>• r '"• as y '" "* OrttrJinaeow must be 'bona rt 5",i I,, ncorf, v.-SrfeBOrt"""' ""* %  '"^ ln iT's.iSLi ?i "^ miurcd ed nearl. ten | A .OILIIC,':. COUII here IS awaited killed and 17 Injurod. w „ Bupee Hgn Ann „, „,, n> Iindlll „ „, ,„,. frtnldad Covv.in.l Amin said in a broadTola, which Is the lowest lctil aeuMOl .molyst on examination caitthut the real is.ue In the fcw nearl. nve year.. Silver also „f ti„ fnUMBM "1 lb, Ul rtis^iirlMinces was not the question fnllowwl sympathy .leelininn alClayton Hnywood. a 20-yuae-oM wtethiithe Govrrnmcnt should mM nine | llnpces Baqui, ,a, nan yfro da'd on Iho accept lienitali as well as Urdu per I no 1 sehoonei ti.rdenu Hi,,,, emar.M Uiuli I a< the state lancuue "The Issue Prices in the caUeeds also body broutht The |ur. St lasMmjs !" wa. wMlhcr the noven.numt slumped heavily In recent .rt. roud thai Math was due to a Guest .pcaker > %  >'•*'"*" ahould allow a r.H.p of people ree,.te„n,' m nlmo.t m.,... rrj ,.„„. nuMUt* ol undisested food a l !" Jt '^JTw,ulT. iccevsfully to threaten tho .leclin.ol ne.irlv 30 jier cent. In the atnaudi u well %  r.n>i "V"'., ",' k ^I„,^lrtH,mi Mraaaei I Groundnut tlcn of Ihe brain, but reserved noted Utitish wriwr. "ho was which was '(noted around nn al verdict pending '" 1 b> Mr Gcrr v smTI 1.500 Rup-spei Ion earlv ill tlnoangs with a view to clelermi'ieel. Conspiracy to subvert the stat, feiruarv hi laps, minted around ink* how this condition came Mr. Wauh. S| 1111 III.' ptVO| H.l". vcrslims. Mieikla C**< panniers, the Waesi. had been added. lipped in the bud, no i.ioo p.p. —If. Execution Postponed STOrtM FORCES SHIP BACK Vlnvisit to ; ten day ST UEOIKStrs. March 3. flrenada's contincent of fl Id: Ibis afternoon for the Jama . See-ut Jamboree. U'adini the party la Mr. J pence and security of the country", he said. who Is at prevent ..bout. Tne Gardenia W. was en I'lualnl on writing a series of ,„ uto „' Itciea for the London Times On . i I. ,. A i anil lamwaid When the Grenada Unloi I .'rived here last week Teachers held l2 elections leal and leaves tomorrow lor St bardsM the following osTlcer* cent. He paid a previous OBOPGETOWN.Mar.il 5 v ere appointed: Messrs J V. Grenada in 1M alTJt All.-. II dlMTtrqUI dan at M, Bedhead. Pre-.iner.t: R O Palmer and thi. ,.tod provided the back1 1. %  .. her M U L • A"Unant laland CanUIn l>sl n.-laiurne and a i., Vice-President; S. O. Braveground for hn. No Truce With cmmlieioner. with Mr Dudley lour-in:.,, crew al-.ard lb, 18,,. M ; K M 1 '•' work. 'Wher, J.mneon. Barrl.ter-.I.I.aw end. ATHENS, c.reece. March S. foot dingh; True, limped back to s AC. Re. I %  C Mli nime Twice t,. be Premier Nicholas Pl.t.ra. postl.a-t-of-Spam harbour head. Ae.lat.nl Secretary: Mr. publi^irt in Jurw^ be largely %  Greek They had made an unsuccessful .fames P.lei ..m. TI.II.'IT. .nei .' b o u „ death lid In rcjyh tic.rnen.wn i> H Brihcrl* Auditor. With 1*1 i-eek on Guiana. The True had been ihese ofneers. Mr. C. E. Benlanyn —ntence Luflcled by storm, swamp.'i I d i nil Mr. A. E William, ami Mia, G SO ivere apiwlnted to comprise the nl Committee poned execution ol eight Communists sentenced to — by court martial last week on Guiana. The True had bpei treason charges. The ,.i,trnce i .:• m. rwemped by will not be carried nut until tho heavy seas and with ripped sails condemn aopee! decided by a and loaning bpnotn, just rnanagrd pardon council -r.P. H .etu... to Port -l.P. Si. Virgin and Dominica. liuiuii' la.l week Mr Waugh r.asure powered by four Bristol "Ptuteus" piopalleritrivlmf jet motor*. n | n Hie II] %  %  i-xpeeted to begin its flight in.iU in June< \Tr Whiinrv Straiuht. BOAt"" chief eats-'uthn*, believes that the llritnnsrtn will he tbs I • alrlld-T it ih,,va-ld 1" noenite. —L.B.B. Five Grenada ^•outs For JVa ter. im St Gtorg. ani Tlio actual Scout party i* only laese. the local Association being id eight boyi ae was %  ally hoped. The Scouts are Patrol Leader Tit-v. leader Selwyn W. GutfarM at IbS ('•reiiadii Boya' Secondm Bas Scouu, Patrol Lssder Vincent Svlveater <>f the I't Hiver Bailee Tio-.p. St Patni a**, ii i rirnt Claw SHIIII. and oen from among ft n"'"l rep.t IT. In ech %  Iw.-ntv TTfOTps BOVRIL PUTS BE. F INTO YOU -\



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PAGE EIGHT HAKIIAIMis ADVOCATE IMl'ltsii.w MARCH fa 11*2 M< Donald BaUey—Olympic Champion MUST IX II ll-.AHS K* llrrrla John ear la tN v.known %  %  standing joke %  raciest thing in The R A t wi (* 1.1 wing* After %  ..tional honours %  W0 be MM "i Bui.. the Helsinki OlvjnpU .paralivefroi %  %  l • %  %  cotd. %  I f :uma>h ycaag agw he tare a muscle bMtly %  long periods of man H> %  i %  %  %  %  %  I ) KMV* baa* • utuac rewart ha struggle ega H be won his way throu, %  he 100 melrc. he was ^ '•'-" %  .,,, iriIn apisO of ad, lie mauled l jfill in that im.il. but • ffdua 10 i .:um such Th* vast crowds a\ I al Mac's [all\\i Kngh.-h % %  it out%  lime h" Alt,i. %  %  ay wrote hin. off a law k at i -unpeli. inning. % %  %  B no A A A urinl U 2gv tudale. the S|M>M*' •> %  no) Bailey refused to hi in. H lw.at dinonsaJ border than <>>i laarawM gft) , BUck n*h | Ml Of ti % %  %  lies*, so thai ihe following %  eagOl I Titian Is Still 'Hope' For Triumph' // h More Valuable Than Lincoln Bergiiiaiur. Loach Coining To B'dos McDONAUl R \n > I for he wan iba; yuuug West Indian |i BOB* .-HI.' holder ol UH ;,. 21 YEAi: Oil) Jan1t Altwcgg. UM British Olympic figure tksuug chamy.". bat British imtratit to wtn U Olympic Oold tfCOgsM Hi 190 will be able Richard Bergmann and Johriiv. L*ach. World Talje Tannla Champion*, in action in The aUand The ftorbudt^ Table Tetmh A* >t-tve-l %  1. %  fJM Trinidad] and Tobjag Trams Association requeatlaej th t Barbados 'ubncribe (I.IN ai. the •aland'-, share of 'he aggjn bringing thone World famoui plavers to the Caribbean. Through the iBsarumenuiity o* the Adroaate's Tatar Termls Col respondent, the locil Association has been fortunate to get Bout r (Barbados) Ltd.. thiough ihe.i representative. Mr. COM I. T ll.i\ |g BpODMI tlir LOUI This is a welcome move * the Barbados Table Tennis Association was not in a financial posiliin to sponsor the tour. Th B.TTA. through their S. • rotary Mr. Christie %  gftttl ting ahead with arrangements tar the tour. I .each and Bergmann are expecting lo spend from one to two wooka in the Caribbean They will visit Barbados. British Guiana. Trin.dad and Tobago and Jamaica. The stay in each colony Is expec' ed to be about three days. This will be a great opportuni'y for the Islands to oppose the World's best and for Ihe public 10 witness .the class of Tal seen at the World ChampionshipTh, raaarda of ihese players are ifoUowa BergmannWnrld S4n i, < 'hi.mpion in IM7. 1939. 19*3 and 1950. French gall f-hampion 1952. England No. 1 I laver 1932. Ji.hnny LeachWorld Singles Champion in 11*49 and 1"England 'B" Team Takes Shape %  •• Dennis II. in LOIfDON, Iftfa Fcbruarv On March Hfilh. the football Association will %  team to Amsterdam lo play Holland It will not )., It ven, but a "B' side and will include many o( ihe promismi: younfjaf playeri who are OP the verge of national honours. The date of this garni ... \ifit. for just over a week later. England DM* Sto: Park..A Bwi IMTfonnancf In UM llollund game VMiuld no doulii int.-i'aaM. chance of being chosen to play ii. For Dese days the England team by no means picks The la-t lull Internationa' England played, was against Austria in November, and while the defence gave a creditable disptav, the tarward line was very BSMk otH <* touch. The Amstei-diun ele%-en will no bo named unUl March 3. but nlicady a number of players have •an lold to put their passport* in order should they be wanted. Forwards named Include Har! gtan inm' briBiam pint igMd inside-right wteo. but tor Ms EraU buttd ^uoldaurely have ppOd 1 curlier this season: ]! Id.-n, Burnley's centre forward Inf foali i an aiao hold a line together; Hawkaworth, the Shcffleld United left winger. i Bhatonld Wednetdar* L34.SOO inside loit. who has alicady played for England. i half-bocks Greeniraod and Hill, are under conHi .vie Charltun's South African fuM-ba^k. M> Kit IIAKII IIUKIII\ LONDON 1 The new Kiniolnhn.H-mticp favouulf Titian, has never won I race bevel id eeven furlongs on the Hat, und his dam. Bad Oarti i. wai a pi Intel Bkl however, by that gr;il sire of jumpers Knight of the Garter, and, though Titian is by his dam's influenee shouiit ensure his jumping ability. Neareo has already produced another promising novice hurdler this season in Scarpia. Tit . j one of our main 1 dtfeaUng the French in th* Triumph Hurdle on March 1. •gjl will nre' A Ml B A AMxitt will dagajg lo run his • %  -it at und so --!i<-iigtln-it UM "<'n ho ran eight limes fun in rx i. HI' which m DlttO. I !urlongn at won by .i %  mdktate, wan four lenfftli iving 8 lb; .i! I.UH "III ,ln*ti<-c -hu i %  ii n i At As< ' .nt Cup Ti!inn i.in Faslnet Hock, l>e.iten i 1 lengths %  will be 7 lb, %  %  i dieapped U phan II lb., and they In. In the "Lincoln' 1 the ml!. 9 lb. Over UM Old %  with Bx| Dotaaacouil b.-Boy and Dolain%  mTt an both m II held by Titian in that race. Gardner On This Form Can Upset Allen Precise Punching Heats Sckpna If. 4.t-rit half, eiving him 1 lb In I. first race of the wnxon %  Kemplon tn heavy going Tiltan heal another "Lincoln" eamtidnte Kl Avaahy, i, T. %  katgphan and El ghti Fl A-:. it DM only 4 lb. m hand Off; tub%  i n ial Titian ped on all fta! ML IIIg | !' colt who lot of riding am! UtOJ I right jockcv for him ihl Good rider 11 WHS. Titian ah-1 ovefpov or hi uaf UM doubt about lura -t.i.inii the dJatance, bul he will fs in Ihe i eo .in i %  -.' Mi il type. JACK ROBEKTHON Oefl) aad F A Uw>on. M C C OMBliii liaumsn. nouig out lo hat Aialnst thr Pakbnaa t**m m an mmtllrui Te-t. doting lh M.C CTl tom ol India, Pakistan. Mid Cevkm. Q.C. OLD GIRLS BEAT ST. MICHAELS In I ; \i b I] ounplayed i ii of pom m s %  match played yesterday ,it Si lehool by | to 9. At half Una the tCOtl ravou M Q.C old Girls. Oslyn Agard abol Irankca (hraa mi I'.ulitii Smith j ill .hile ["sit King who gave quit* H •ood performance, shot four. The Um] Mi n Daniel. The team %  .< ro i kftseatael'i <;>ri Capth N %  \ I 01 .in lar uiexu-s. seldom achieveo %  broujdit Gardner ha ;*ih round knock-out at Newcastle in his title light with th-Frwaah champion, LouiBrkona and I tv 80 n more iH-ttrr-tim^l punch VlUa ^>uld itot have Swaving hit* head tn -., Gardner whipped ko bang on Ihe n buckloa %  . %  M %  bad Sokena down for a count of four .ind plainly in trouble, Risim; %  %  ide open i oolly coUoctod dividend with h.s I md. . %  and grnp">K "• i, hi;. noes, I %  mi Gardnei ipoao! clash of •us that ight about >rm nf cot* % %  kena. • %  no eolUaJsu i ifa Qardnor of thai plotun wUtl thO li-fi hand. : i "kmg 10 ar bwn .i punch, 1 Kg] It 1 afford Uttle ovl quick Hut do nl i %  heiir*. ;hat left i r has ii|,. a I I lox straight right thai flashes out imUkelj etrcurn%  %  i.ngerous t,. ,croktor. A 'i -puncher %  yi for alraighi rigii'-. and | Allen is no sloudh in rvej oo t ('• %  kroner, in niv book, i every round, making accurata f %  lu* • nJonlni tiongli and MI % %  ploying %  -pnng-heeled defence Uiat often had Sckena goinc the wrona; way. I doubt If there Is a boxer in Bnt.iin more < apable than Gardner of making an opponent look foolish with a flick of the head and a quick slither of an •ody. tr fault must be found, it |g that G inei ooooaiQgudJhr ducks a Ul0t too low. Sckena. after tnree riii'ids of hitting nothing more %  olid than the air. also tried tv bobbing' In unison with his opiionent. and there were ( % %  i ilong when the pair looked U two puppcut on one string. hnvovor iron minor If Gardner is in hisj "S< in., 1 fumi on March 17. Ti f Allen will nave need of alt tharts and crafbi he has ar%  farggar world cham%  ton. WHAT'S ON TODAY Police Courts at 1000 a.m. B.T.C. Races. Garrison Savannah at 1.00 p.m Mobile Cinema at Warner* and Vauxball. Clin-' Church at 7.30 p.m House of Assembly 7.# p.m. ASSIZE DIARY FRIDAY No. 17 Reg. vs. Keith Wal rond No. 22 Reg. ffs. Laopold Small No. 34 Rag. vs. Rofns Alfred LADIES! WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall freaa Codnugtoi. nil Total rainfall for month to data. 29 in HlgliaM Trniperaturr S6.fi *F Lowest Temperatur: MA *F Wind Velocity • aulas per hoar. Raroawter: (• a-m.) 29.B77 (3 am > 29.BB0 TODAY Sunrise. 0.20 in Si.:.'..' 0.10 p.m. Moon: First Quarter. March 2 Lighting G.30 p.m. High Tide. -' M a in.. 12.16 Low Tide: 7.0fl a.m., B.00 p.m. Wr have opened imr simple ready-to-wear HATS which are ju^t ihe a i% %  __ you would want for the ordinary everyday ticcasinn . .. We also hove MATRONS' HATS. A very wide variety of prices CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10-13 Broad Street ',-,-,-,•.-,--'>'.•. •^S*^*^*'W^+'+'*****'**'***1&*Srss*'*-''*''''"''''''-''*''S*' r ~^ Maine Beat Patty KINGSTON, March S. i single, l/mp Maine raised hi came to take the set from I Ho to Patthitting strongly off' the around in the second set I wncn he took, bnt Patty storrnBd Lga) BJM in the final art. mode a Rood tlgtil in inmatch with Savltt bul the Wi'iibledou champion had too many guns for him. The results of the Invitation Tennis, Men's Singles, Semi Finals ore: Dick Savltt bent Himiaii Macken 6 —I, 6—S; Hunne Maine %  .-. %  f, •; :• Mixed Doubles: J. Fnrquharaon (Jamaica) and Mrs, Martha (UJA.) iK-at Maine and M,i l"at Ward (Knglamli 1—, 6^2, 8—4. Dseh Snvitt and Mrs. C. Pratt (Jamaica) beat J. Farquharson (Jamaica) mid Mr H Ihl %  6—3. 6—2. Hudge Pattv and Mr*. Todd hgag J II Kohlsson and Alth. a America) 11— 9, 7—fl. rhn nnali .f the Women's S,ni;les. Ilon'g Double* and Mixed Doubles pluy tomorrow.—TP> The y'll Do It Every Time fTU\5 BLdN C*?ivES ME OCfiZYI PEEHCfcWCDtNCCUL>4T ViE HAVE A W*COH SOS AT LEAS' 1 COULD ^OOK A' TUE arajatv w-i< rxs*-ESf Vi -Bv Jimmv Il.iilo ID jo BUJO ON Mt? WORLD'S MOST HIED TRACTOR JTjeil^^tfnJ ... yl MM ONIV one fhof • "^•" '' give, you ALL (h revolutionary FERCJSON SYSTEM Italurts! COURTESV GARAGE ROBT. THOM Limited. Whitparlc-Dial 4616 BEST BUY FOR TRANSPORT AND AGRICULTURAL PURPOSES. RED HAND PAINTS raOVTM K1XJAJBI.E PROTECTION FOR i \TI:RIORS \NIt HHSHCLtS< DECORATION FOR INTERIORS We have i *>ived New Slocks of . SPECIAL HOUSE PAINTS Grey. 0 ik Grc> Oak Brown. Harb.iLi. %  Light and Dark Stone. I N \Ml L FINISH PAINTS 1 Tlfip Green, White. MATINTO PLAT PAINTS Cream & Oreen. CONCRFTi; FLOOR PAINTS Hi ight Red, Grey. Mid. Green. M \IC! (.LOSS PEEMANFNT GRF.FN with Orej amdercoatmg. PAINT RFMOVFR fi r the easf removal of old point 1136 WILKINSON & mm CO.. LTD. 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Tlil'RSlMV. YfAKtll 6. 1*52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE. PACE FT\t House Continue Assize Jury Find Two Guilty Of Larceny Budget Debate P.X.P. Decision h UnuL Decisive 0 from Pase 1 1-* IH 1-e better (>oth ft inn |h* |>oint ot Ha uid that the commu: muat remember that they loo U* pur*.K Ih. Mould benefit from a Uw library foi tne ,, .,, ac(IU rtf in Barbado* A judfje of ti h ch couW ^ ,.„.... West Indian Court of Appeal said laundered, that stvle should perIhst he would not come to Barmeato through lbb-dos because there was no law | M ,,,,, opinion, the loud h*ilUbrary her*, he said. .„ equipment was a public Mr. AlUer (I) said that th Mr. Barrow said when should not nlluw that departmci '. ritli the provli although it was a — then more reasonable. The should not allow it to cost them just as much as the agricultural \EW8 /> /**/£>. AN ASSIZE JURY at the Court ol Grand Sessions yesterday deliberated for 25 minute* and found Livingston Bishop <24> and Adolphus Hoyte (SI) CUittj of the larceny otf 12 bars ol oil meal, the property of DaCosta Si Co.. Ltd., on November 24, 19&0. Norman Lowe (19). who was also o a |js| • with the two accused of larceny on two counts, was ol*<*OHCi V I VIH£ discharged by His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L Taylor who •• %  Oat uw. <.r.**4>M \ Man*h postponed sentence on Livingston Bishop and Adolphu* Hoyte Counsel In the case was Mr and 1 tM BlBS that 1 was asked IWilliams for Norman IAWC to drive the pickup tu the Wareand Mr. F. E. Field. Assistant to house." necessary one. tn ,s Hem. He said 'that It could 'he Attorney General, appeared At this slsge tha Clown closed than what was enf a breach of the peace more tor '*• Crown. The two accused Ha caw. nt than anything else. "I*"' 1 Uvingstam Bishop and AdolAddresalng the Court in beMr. Vsagkan (I) ooserved tnat Talk Given LulHsiirer Gets Tunt MMM For Stealing Gyctv department cost them to run. The the mal-treatment men Uvmg*ori Bishop and AdolAddressang Uv phus Hoyte appeared before the hall of Lowe Mi Williams told court on a three count Indict* the jury thai they had to decide *** m *" 1 n the nn counl ,h *> whether his client wa* parttcilegal department, he said, was a •*":." . T h ^? nou ar 1 **" charged with breaking into pating m the offeree consuming one and it should not ,."'„' .„ e .*" no orgathe warehouse of DaCosta Co. cost the Government as much to 1,rd rnme In Barbados and what Ltd., and stealing 12 bag* of ,|1CrS> F.Kanui til run a, a department from which * !" '" m,,led w ^milted meal, on Uw ftrond count they "I hat sammel revsnue wag collected, through.ignorance. If such treatwere charged nh stealing 12 wheUu'i the warehouse wTs Wncn Head Police came up men* !•"•V* !" **ed. bags of oilmeal from DeCueU broken, fo. there w,^ no depute for discussion, Mr. J. E. T. J* 6 *".. 1 eradicated If the while they were emploved then about that Phillip, said he saw and un the third Lowe ebout ten feet away but HIS LORDSHIP Mi Jus tie* G ITaylor at the Cour: j of (Jraml Sessions yesterday! ,• Barbados Light Aeroplane Club sentenced 3o-yeaT-old Josepl' their friends attended ui? Barrow a labourer of Valle% | Land, St. GeorRe to two years f.-rente that Manley had prepared his resignation from the party Jamaica politic if the GenNorman Manley leader of the etsl Council m**t-ng Sunday had National Parly -*.i pled the Tribunal's re.' %  terdav that the deciion taken commendations to oust Ken HUl. from the Fiank K H I Hart aSVd ;N1' was final and deciaive Arthur Henry tot Communist the P.N.P. leader *.* %  < %  If tr„activities, and mat the entire Ihetl ideas I Sight Wing membership ot the they can form a party of ttv itive would have re>*n and let it he openly done so signed alto from the new party a* to end "double talk fontvei Han and Socialist prmIt was revealed after the conciples. A large number of member* and %  %  hint which the Briti-h Council, v night vas given ; tW-t£ STfffiSL w,,h h,r< should be crad Branckrr (Ll said they were glad P 0 """ h "* ^o Kct have goi men from the liiut .CHI B|| as Inspectors. He invited the Junior Member lor St. Thomas to keep a chec"k in;.iin-t the Police launch being used other than for police All Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that !" J 0 ^Tt if a Police officer was going out t*i 0 Ihe harbour, il weuld be •i rt\i>onabU* to ask him to pay for a private launch to get out there. He said he noticed there was i provision for tear g s bombs and V wanted to know what had beiome of the stocks of tear gaBtnca they were being ordered. Ha noticed that the keeping uf police dogs had caused the provftiOn under animals to iDorfSgtfk He Ml that it was not so much accepted that dogs helped in flndi criminals. .*crass i '..' %  .I itl he ot.iei pei so n than ol the i ckup which %  •-he wan igainsl as wrvanls mebody through brutality count WSjed them wl'h ueaiwhen he against them and were unable to ing 12 baas ,4 .Htmenl M id he sa< get It Uirough any other mean placer] baton the the driver it meant lhat they were nnt court ud tlnui tjunt. ASS park l>io|M-rlv trained. The prosecution .illeged that on house. Replying Mr. Aaaggg said that November 24 Ihe lw accused Police Conslabli it was his habit, when UvUtsat i gnd Adoluhu-s Phillips de a i wars wportsd to him Hoyta hraka tato the warwiuae abrul wn.it he to report It to the Head of ths of DaCosta and brought out 1! Ccta Warehouse Department. If polka knew that bags of oiltiical wench they .-Ithat he was about investigations would he made, ** m l ,! l '•• put 00 %  waiting You have to be satislied whether the* would refrain from doing It. Pickup. While thev were loadPhillips saw Lowe when he went Of course some policemen have n thc P*f*"P. w "h tinnUltwal to struck arrested persons, but cxpe:icnce was that cases of police _.beating arrested persons were not fj^ 1 '??, n "' v d on ,he K€w not prove that Lowe wa* on the M;,rrfl ,s '^e> all rinawty w „, e a ^9 time of the offer Pickup Parked Harbou ~ Hustrated by Part 2 of the l **ur for stealing a Humbei Why An Aeroplane nies." bicycle belonKing to Josepl Taylor of St Thomas. The offence was committe< on Ovtober 15. 1951 Jind th< bicycle is valued at $81.81 Confltehlt KnicrsoHoward told the court thn Barrow had six pn-vious con victions for stealing and uu of the MX i>Mi\ K'tiotis tlu*> This dealt with Forces In Bale: I -.ti..l* %  '. B.iUnce explained how %  Id bi gosial t<> drag and I'll u weight. Thn-e forms of stal ., daacrlhad. Log^tudinal st.i-ii. • oi pitching, Latoral StabOlty ur roUtnaj and Directional Stability or >awing > i> I.V.I, ih aked him i. a ,,. ing the f Pickup with the oium-id t „ the warehouse Phillip, also „.„, L',' K V SI n> w hls Lowe stood watch on the pickup. .^ thai Lowe made a Statement U B b *.*/ v ^ l lh f Y PC %  "*'" l ,' md wt u,n ,ne b,cyf "* SSi Wh *" !" lce Constable lo him but th sUtement does D 8 .?i ock w Th rsd *y n'lhi. *S !" many as IOOM years ago. Hi hated, he said, to hear membe speak an though Barbados w;n worse than any other place oi even like many with su.h a thing He said thai the cost of Uic uniform Ihe police was as only Adolphus Hoyte put a bag which 'n.estage. Taylor lent the bicycie to ll iceused who did not letuin il Police Constable Phillips told the court thai on November 24 about 2.20 p.m. he was riding a bicycle along Cavans Lane, City and saw a pickup •anas pan^ opposite the DaCosta warehouse door in Cavans Lane there should be a change in "the the type of uollce uniform. Taylo isked hi •You must be sure thai Lowe !" t~i.-ya.r-eld Charles BushTh *" mp *&££*}* was implicated with the other •" *ho was involved in an BOCt£ m _"_ m n In two accused You have to see ,l ' l ^t Kenual private road. St whether the prosecution has John, at about 12.30 p.m. on Mon proved its case against Lowe and day, died nt the General Hospital if you are in doubt about that ..t nbmit 11.55 a.m. on Tuesday. A then you will have to return a peat mertem examination was pei-erdict in favour of Lowe." formed by Dr. Ashby and in mDsstrhai .it. ii-i-.] old to las and saw ahout Ji |)i Mr. A. C S. Lewis ID i matter of taste. Williams told the Jury, ummtng up. His Lordship they took from the wa rehouse Jtold the jurv that the statement' he understood that~kee"iiin ic riueiL ,T M?, 1 ", veJ ,hc ,cin!o lh P'= ku P ThpickupJf they were accepted by them ^tnS JSS^f JJ^?" u H 4 0 fo vmn lo w cl0 c to ,he doof ^ l bs|were of importance when they %  MO • mU thai ., mastaks axahouai Honnaa Lows %  w&aoaSdei rhal vsjrdkl Ibn .--o made aa to the number of standing about ten feet from theQto return. Accused Tsken To C.l.D. The same day the accused wa dogs was He said he would prefer to see wa the very valuable work of Girl and Bovs' Clubs come under the Social Welfare Office and not the Police. He felt th„t if the Police w.\. uomg lo cairy out raffles them%  >-y should let the publk tractor, PI ntntlon Bi-hop of Church Philip. Head was $23'2.o06. pickup and he shouted oted under this l*ollcc are coming." Bishop and Hoyta A man tried Second "The two accu Hoyle Count ed Bishop .ml .. do..., it. ,Um. M h. ^.„7',Tu wk^cn "traJfti ,w I •>"•• Th. .ocond MUIH I •„,! "I told thl* m.n that I was a ,„ ,,,„„, u.., nr polio* !" .. !" _a*,d him wh.1 S lr J"S un 7^ he was dolhg. I then saw 12 thai there were other bags of Hlmeal I arrested Norman *€." Phillips told the Court. The bags of oilmen] were .iki'ii to the Brtdge Police ,s?3 -Station. Later the same day nt was also charged Head XVI—Prisons Speaking on item IT Provisions — „„ for the prison Mr. C. E. Talrknow how many ticketwere sold referred l u the small increase in and how the money was allocated. he cost of diet at the prison as gf. !" !" "*"' '".IJl^f^P ^ *">* Ho "" n ,ne JL WM no1 8O0d for * Chlcf >* • alnst ">• nioii„t voted in 1949, I'^V^i 5 ^L-* £"*"£ %  %  *" vou do not have to Police to withhold that inform?* n(l al,t n had been reliably inUon. At least on the score that ormrirt U" 81 the diet at the prison they were using public officer* lor w " the worBt ln ,h UM raloa me pubuc should know J"**-' Hc expressed the hope lhat ttorOStli tS. Government would make some Mr. F. L. Waleott told the P Torl Io im P"ve the type nf food House lhat an AdvUory lornCl Vt n !o P rison 0,s mute.. w going u> kVo>M J* ,hC qU sUoU to be responsible for the Bo>s Clubs. They would see after such things aa r.illcv snd the publ.ca.iun u( Uie result*. U could not be said orf hand what money, in as much don i question of After Cnre • prisoners, he sald'dbc amount of tSRO.fio could not ana>fd mu t h %  Id for discharajM prlsorJers, and • i l Cii-ernment ibnild %  peraptn u\ more tangible form when they were disquiry began yesterday. ,e M JnJ h r,/iT^]! investigation. -„ lor owned by Kendal hp larceny of the bicv.l* T and driven by Lflun Hist witness called by the pro%  %  KM* in the case was Joaept Taylor of Westnn Hall. Si • Thomas, who said that on Octo Fltet.erald J.irkson. ,i conductor ber 15 he rode his bicycle l if ths National Bus Company, p.m on Tuesdav. An gajtopsy rf ied said he was living ,i J i"ani wM P"formed by Dr. A. S Cat" s Tbomaf. you do not have to prov. hr.akporll to th. Polio, thnl hr htu, nc accuJrt hr M ,. V1 .|. '1 „.,,"' nit and .nltnng. but if you com. Mod ril.-G.-.:il,l .lark,,.,, Ml Ban fo, ,,„. „,,„„, ;„ Splv s \., to th. conclualon that lh -iw N I M MM wl ,, Ulch..l Atl.i the look th. bag.. f|om th. war*, going m \onit Uij.ir.tto Road. S:. .t,,l not i.-tuin with thrhlfvcli houa. and put man In mam 1 .tb..ut 10.45 p.m. oil lu* 'rcpoiird th IIUIUM lo tlv place It ... enough to constitute Saturday. P.,lie. Sometime lat.t h. tav. %  irai taken to th. G.IHTI1 the acciiMsl in in. M.n %  1 l.itnl In a crlouK %  •aiilitlon ;md nskcsl him about Ih. bnv.l. iinill about t p.m Bishop was arcHed '".'1'"' „.... ,„„ .„,,, b Pali,. "";,^„ % "^ "S Con^ U b 1 e.* % 'ph b nTlV U !.nd'' > H^ d..' w.rc all taken to Ih. nndne Phillips %  •Id h. saw the wllDrrl (>kh low of Maycra i'„iir.. post wh.tc thai arara •"•• i..:"n^ Ma) H nunaaj ; .„. M , „,,. Hi: ,,„.„,.., -TSBTt-n mad. a S—I B^.Sgg^5 ltiWr-SS.^ The ollmea, the W^T^t^^* VJJJU* p t „, M u „ c|ut *,o prove each single link of the P ,hain lor you can gel n general Men Run Away picture and from that you can Ti Mr UfilMajme TMillUrM iil(t find B VCrdlCt. •When"the-driver Lot into the The Jury after deliberation fo-nge, on the C MM Lady %  %  Tof the uTTkiiD thth.r,men 2S minutes found the accused reported that she twad hadlru\i nwily i Iw nilhop "nd I.ningsion^ni-i.op and Adolphu(KodakBantam Cam* Hoyte putting lgs of ollm* frnl and opined that the the pickup. The pickup lorry would effect n BBVopposite the DaCosta's puk.ip the DaCo-itfl the SAnu> as that In warehouse with tbo charged. %  ihey had tfl T4r. Allder urged more reform"\tITii 'aUve metl-Tds at the orison, and r,.„L T .S t lnut IO lht suggested that the hand-c.irts now running of the Boys' and Girls' oaorl should ho replaced hv lorries J-lubs, perhaps the Social Welf re whirh wonld t-.k. prisoners to Officer had not -cen his way to thHr places of work. h ndle ihcm. The head of the H*" considered the nreent svs1 olice Department was to-be com* %  m USiMI "cial Welfare to thM Departthai Government should try and n^M. make the idea of a tr. on Mr. Lewis replied that he never form.tivc intrtend nf merely punrlhmg against the running itive. and supported Mr. Allde of tha Bos Chlba but rather in hi* rntlrtsm m thu respect. that it was too bad that the Mr. R. G. Mapp upoaking o: Denrtmerit which should have Item 18. Clothing md Uniform. -.t.i\ Mmui.ij **! %  '. %  : :u> .. ii, The accused said lhat he neve I btCjrelo and at Uu fill. Central Stati.-r, t %  .. areused said he was nut m (OWi on October II The bicvele he tent Ihe accuse-1 was ii gieeti Hiunber with three %  peeds When the Police showe.t lum his bicycle il was painted in black and <.uinethnig estri ,f*irt Hoyte guiHy of stealing VI bajfif between Uie Aquatic club sod Ih wn of oilmeal while employed by Baggage Warehouse on IVImnii Mrs. Newman, an intraiunt pat"gddad to the h.evci %  Thati wa a dltTeient SiddU 00 lite WcVCU ii' 1 hi i ihe I i. .. la loi atihi months and paid 181 Bo m it Da Costa & Cfc, tM IH-I 2t i Novemplckup opposite the DaCosta wan-house and Phillips lurned i.M-r one of the accused to him. ii"%  wara ban or eflmanl In this pickup and Phillips pointed out to him a port of the Warehouse which appeared broken. To Mr. Tax Problems Worry U.S. h> LYLK WILSON WASHINGTON. March B France's refusal to tax her sell be for her National Defence ;i iecn in various cabinet downfalls being received A lire .it St MiiUhews Hoys School during Monday night burnt a portion of the window to tlv.' ii..i thorn %  i'f< > Thl n.image is uni rtunah d The incident wus reportec which Ihe e-luht anh Taylor had accused Banov of ilenling Inn bicycle The .t. I ISOd InSlM taking n bieyrh from Taylor and did not toot the ac-iitcd '. SIU made a voluntai hich he signed About 9 pm. the same day h. want with the nccii.ed t.. S John where the necuse.1 DOmul OUl a man to whom h. f>...i 19) bh rcla on October 18. 1051 The man handed over a blcycl to him (Sgt. Marshall) und sair that he had paid $40 for the bp i.. la the Unlte.1 Kingdoi Speaking on the item (IncidentMr William Sergeant told the In the United States. Those aie Belle Plantation nt about 6.30 p.pi W. ^ n sffiTB>^a-j-^ssjsr-'^ totally lnnd.-qu.itc. Coat I "' "> lhrouh Barrow queried c ^, ,"„., "on NovVmbe. 24 the jgggJSiSii'^S TrT* S">*"J "f %  acre "of third cr„„ r "•"u^. k when Trum.V, **J-J*I living allowance to the low memm, ht ta ab il. bent of tho ennstabulary should be "~ Increased. He observed that the police force was of a highly military rature. The police should associate Itself purely with the role of givin,' servtclo the community and therefore he felt that the head of that department would be guilty of dereliction of Its duties Mr Why the Prison Officer* were not p a Costa Warehouse .llowed to Join the Civil Service purely. He also closed his j^Y !" A 1" Programme* 're-ehes Ore occurred at ejwn nulD ich they office and wot their grievwas home hc received a tett aness and replying to this. Dr. phone message and went to th H. G. Cummins expressed his Warehouseagreement with the view expressThe Police were there, ed bv Mr Barrow. searched for the key which openAfter Mr Adams had replied lo ed the Feed Room and could not Ihe various criticisms, and retind it. Then a policeman handed called that one of the best experts him the key. Bishop and Hoyte on Prison Reforms had compliused to work as porters at the mented Barbados on Ihe methods Warehouse and he has seen '.owe to come up nt Glcnd'irv. Mr. W A. Crawford "knocking around" the Wareand a said "hat "to compare Glendalrv house ion only 200 holes if fir 1 milcrop ripe cane* were burnt. They ably are the property of Q, D. LatceUe: will and were insured. CajUPaSI The President wants 780 lion dollars. It seems ressoi u. certain now that Congres' not vole that much. Sensitive Three seres of third crop rip* An effort lo cut defence aid to eanei were burnt when a fire orFiance can be expected if the curred ar Mellows Plantation. St French Parliament fails quickly Joseph, -.t about 2.W a m onTlH ith a Cabinet ready day. They are thproperty f ,„ lu N ,„ n presence r.fotl ike good on deJoe* River MatSS LU nd were p,, ople ,n P rw>nc %  ^ Arthur Taltt -aid thai th accused came to his home ant askod him if he wanted to buy bicycle. The accused h.. (lumber bicycle. The accuse* *nin ditions at the prison Hill, St Joseph, said : "I 'heavy United voters in this campaign irman Tom Connelly of the Relations Cotnff at"some time he did not mail"'£ Sha^toOreSt"BrtbshTwsi ""hV had no order to deliver 12 All members of the House tute into the training programme ,.. rf i„ nni ,ba-, 0 f oUmeal to anyone. He .-~ _.-... % %  .... .. _ii_ i % %  i...I... 1 .i. %  i .it. isly seni Sugar the implications of the French as emParliament* refusal lo la> dedepartment, the number of cases i'hoiild bo 'oamparaWe with'"eonployed to" drive a pickup to ft| naa J MM fr .ft n^lgH '"c.-T,!; retKjrtad of the police using HUian ^.rn Lord's." but he Bridgetown from St. Joseph for plaining h violence against private citizens thoueht there was room for 1mn Mr. King. This wu on Notaxes to had been Increased. That wns a provement. vember 24. 1951. I was ordered year. \ deplorable state of affairs. The Head was then agreed to as t 0 drive the pickup to Cavans VH ._ %  "If police are sent to the United ,. t(V -l. and fftO.798 voted Lane by Mr. King. After parking Senate T* !" *"' !" **^ !" ^ Kingdom for training." he said. When mnsirieratinr. was being the pickup two men came lo me m>"* ' %  'Yt , rl^hi they shculd not onl-7 come back (hi to Hc-d XVII Government and K ^ed me for Mr King. "^"J^* H < 'LeavTlixa. with alsatian dogs, but Imbued Industrial Schools. After speaking with the two men !" !" ,K irW.i^t tli-l y fS with some of those principles 4 Mr. W A. CYswfertt ir> said I drove the pickup to a Ware" %  S\trSLt does" no, i'i civic morsUties which was that he hoped that one of thr. house and saw another man " "X fjd 'u/^ owrTdefen.nocessary for such a departove-ment there This man was Adolphus her utmost ta har w^"" ment %  • Industrial School* would be given Hoyte. I parked the pickup at lie'said he found It difficult to the benefit of attending a course the door of the Warehouse .how I ittilicc who went to th* *>' tmlnins in handling the prob"Then I saw Hoyte and Bishop United Kingdom could return lomi of children in such mstituput some feed from the Ware.r nvethod* l """ t,oul on ^ u P cku P wh,lp Low '' ttji -K ng lo M< Crawford. Dr. wa* standing on tho pickup H G. Cummins fLi. said that at Suddenly a man came up lo "i inrorj • • • At RMreee PlanUtUn St TnV n-. a fire nt about 3 30 njn ft Tliewlay 1/iirtit i>ti" and |hl tuarler acre* of second, five act Of third and Ihroc %  '• r<-. of four 1 crop rliva canes. nrngMaTtv of *' '-" *ftiTir plantation Th'' were insured. some other places. Referring to the police uniform hi .i .nai ln*pectors we;e allowed to wear khaki. Hc sawno reason why the Government should spend the collossl sum il she cannot justify large appi pnations from the United Kate C.& W. DEFEAT COMBERMERE preert the matter was undei cot*tderat]on. The House agreed to this Head for which thev voted $32,623 10 20O was also voted under riding a bicycle and *; umbcil Cable and Wirel by defea goal to was .pending t- make the present H „ H X|X p^.,,.. niform. It would n con ldrnng this Head, be more economic to wear khaki ^ (j,, p lf r g M' tVaranflun I^iwe ran away towards the jeiterday The go Pierhead while the other men durlnf mc early part of In. gai ran in the direction of Bay by Sebrlght at inside U' I S,r S?' • • bermere had a chanre at gaim "The man—whom I recognised t h e i r equaliser when given is a policeman—asked nte what penalty: Mr. Glasgow I I was doing near the Warehouse kick, bul Skeete saved C.D.C May Ruttd Pro-Fab fl(NMI GEORGETOWN. BO. Msrch A The Colonial Development Corporation building up ai,ace fo' "iaantic awrnilling operntioru Ilr#ti Representativi' of *t '.on In riplan to i %  l.'nited Kingdom. bluepnnt K ol modal produced by tha Oovt rn hits t and Town Planr ning Officer. Michael Coat exhibited by the Central Houslni ( and Town Planning Authority fo II -XDerti time lo >tiniy and design ri 'iuired machinery. 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PACK IOIR I14RHWHIS AOVOCATK THVRSIMV. MAKl ii*hanfl Hailing THK diiciusion in the House of Assembly j on Tuesday with regard to continuing van| ous expiring laws was notable for many I reasons. Discussion centred around an Act which had been passed during the last ses; sion according to one speaker "sometime after midnight". The Act gives the Governor as representative of the Secretary of i State for the Colonies power to control the imports and exports of Barbados. It was originally introduced during the war and was then regarded as essential After the cessation of hostilities its retention is no longer considered necessary nor in the best interests of the island by a considerable body of well infonted opinion. That expert opinion is not shared by the party •jority in the House of Assembly and .i Tuesday the Exports and Imports (Restriction) Act 1939 was included with others m the Bill to continue various expiring laws. Tuesdays discussion was remarkable because it revealed unmistakably the hazy thinking which exists among BMB the Labour Party with regard to this act. ill of the discussion whu place concerned Price Controls and Subsidies and the Trade Liberalization Plan with Canada. Mr. Adams actually ,.ve the impression that Barbados was compelled to purchase from Canada up to the full trade quotas permitted under the new Liberalization plan, and seemed to think it relevant to the debate that some West Indians on the delegation to Canada of which he was a member wanted to increase ihv peicvitUgv oX trade that Canada was permitted to have with the West Indies, The real danger of the Exports and Imports (Restriction) Act 1939 is the power which it gives local government officials to take action which is not necessarily in the best interest of the island. For example prior to the devaluation of sterling in 1949 the Financial Secretary of Barbados was approached by leaders of commerce in the island and a request was made for greater allocation of dollars with which to buy ahead goods from North America. Permission was refused on the grounds that devaluation would not take place. In .const*] nonce 'lie consumers of Barbados had to pay thousands of dollars more Uisji they need have done had local expert advice been taken The only reasonable justification for retaining the Exports and Imports (Hcstnction) Act 1939 today seems !o be on the grounds of currency control. But the Act must not be confused>with the local government's control of Prices or its policy of subsidisation. Perhaps the most valuable contribution to the debate, although not concerned with the subject under discussion, was Mr. Lewis' statement to the effect that the importer who bought most cheaply would tind ho difficulty in selling what he imported. Unfortunately, the same speaker who accused the government of n1 knowing what they tvera doing about trade, could recommend no other action than greater control of merchants. In view of the evidence contained in the Price Control Committee Report 1950 that the "ni'i profits which have accrued to i i lie past three years are less than adequate" and in view of the tight control which the govsajtutMn) maintains c 1 merchants' profits, it is ridiculi on picking on merchants as the of the piece. Merchants, like candles, cannot be burned at both ends. Yet p(M .is to be the policy of the present government which forces them to eon* duct business for profits which an impartial committee has considered to I* |SJM than adequate over a three year period, while the greater part of the island's income tax provided by 139 individuals and 218 trading companies. (Not to mention tile huge "mark-up" accrueing, to the govern%  the form i l eu lomi duties on •>' trading). 8anGi"ssed ih tne labour Patty with its policy of s taking and controlling the merchants (hat it is pathetically unaware of the unintentional benefits which accrue to certain merchants as a result of a rule of thumb control of trade. There has been ri in Bridgetown criticism of a control pohcy winch by eliminating competition, forces the consumer to pay hlfihai prices but which guarantees profits (however small) to enterprising and non-entertraden alike. The ultimate end of controls is to make traders Into unofficial employees of the governments. The itagj sring ejcpanditun oi merit on its employees which is shown in the current Hthnat— should cause long needed revision of opinion. What is wanted is a reduction in the prices consumers have to pay. This has not'been illected by cramping the activities of local traders. Other methods must be tried and more attention paid to the advice of local experts whose interests are intimately connected with the prosperity of this island. MA TISSE "" %  l nlM-lien-r* Chapel Starts An Argument—Why Did He Do It ... ? (Own SAM mint mall an architectural style somewhere ..„._ searsswe, oown a small flight of bs tw sea Wsber: Uncuwri Siockstep*. pas. the blue-pstterned broker Tudor and Hollywood !" y 'JL '>t and LOU the chilling BUSSpanish Mission took a* V ". .,, of uucha l itself Tn, wkite tiled walls are dscobuilt by fU s ntW lieiui Mauts* for status*. 12 >*srs ok) now. is so unbeliever, s freethinker, a jawSioaate nu-curi icmi. For sucb a man to Muld a Roman Catholic place of worship is aauMiiWimg. Ta* reasons are as puuimg as the chapel iulf. M-Uiae. bedridden most of the time now, lives in a bis Averuofned flat In a semi-derelict building on the outskirts of Nice the building used to be a twtel. He is separated from his wife who Is Communist mayor o( a South of France village. Kit constant companion u nis youthful Kussian-bom secretary. Mn* Lyuia DatSM .i a deaiTounsl Jam MalUMspci.u* me greater pert of Uw day dTCtwina on UM smlu and ceduiss of is* HUUJO bedroom from hi DM wiui a piece ot cnaicoal aiucaed to a long cane. Mim iMleciorskmya stands by to era,-*: anything with wnich ne may w dissatiSMd and the completed drawing •* then ieproau*.'il SB colour. Apart from hi* work. Matus I goes for brief drives occasionally and tries to visit hi* chapel aleast i>nc e a month. The chapel is a sew. whitewashed building in a suburban street which has been renamed Avenue Henri Matisse oaea rirst rated with biscx Une drswing* of impre-iion is of having strayed St. Dominic, Uie Virgin sod into a more than usually spacious ( bild, and crowded Into one modernistic balhroom. The bleak pan.-l. the Station* .f the Cross. Matisse designed it all. It took turn four years. He considers U his greatest stogie work and the crowning glory of an artistic lifetime. Why did Ma!i. gasing on the chapel's vivid blue be electrically lit It all suggests prsyerboot— L.E.S. i\ineCamble Wilh Uealh To See The UcMf Of The World SIDNEY RUU1N) UVIuat the usow-elad stepes of >.ullaiid . I airiixonn* loda> there apergs Sisd l i'U a SS-year-old civil servant. Te bis feUow-skiers be ts ear mere SS^TIJUBWUS m}*y issg his weekend In Uw eassav dut Campbell Secord. a :.< slithers through the valleys, will b thinking of tlic perilous snows ..thai are to be his world in the month* to come Soon, wiUi eight other men. he goes east to start final preparation* for the conquest of Everest. No man hai viimfcea far beyonu i :8.own. In 1924 Irvine and Mai1 lory rea'h.-l that hstght—and dl*| appeared Into the mists lenvBi nig round th&t last l.OSOrl I lurmldaltlc IA:\rk rock, tlravei on frfSCsa V S IUKKCI face marked the • failure 0* "'her 1 limbers. %  < II Secord may never gel of climbing to the ito.f <-f the World, for not all of the nine will lie chosen to brave tn* wastes art* ever bofore v\ foot. THE MKN FOH three months this yeai Uniting men will train before the llnal assault next year on Bvsri flve-and-a-half-mlle (29.14lf 1 ]K-nk. They are:— EtIC SIIIITON. of Liss. Hani-. • HSH 01 the e*peUiti"n He is 44. a diplomat In the ConaUlst Service and is an Everest veteran. He baa two children. When he ice .huoitred a new south west approach to Everest lat yr;n t.K,k with him:— TOM I-...I t'lMi I >'old married rock*' uurty year old CARLE R11HMFORD, an unmarried solicitor from New Zealand; snd CDMl ND HILLARY, a bM farmer He too, is unmarried; he, too. comes irom land. A ilfth now joins On New Zealandcr CiEOSpf.C LOWE. 28-year-old schoolmaster, who his • >•in the Himalayas. To these leader Shipton had added four of 50 of Britain's best climbers who answered the Alptns club's call for the assault into Uw unknown— ALFRED *.RC(H1RV „l Rlpon1 sad) Hlatkpool. 38. managing director of a travel agency. GregMatterhorn (14.7B2M.I and has climbed in ind Algeria. He was a major In ihe (.lack Watch. arifs and yaUnl rlaiighter. iiiiin in ITANI 1 SursMO at Wittton Hospital. LiverpOOli who bag climbed In the Himalayas. EWM Is ready to jni, 1 join the Ever. • .(-dllion K WMOMl |i and mixed with molten fa and currants, chocolate, at less half a pound of sugar a day — S0RSS men need a pound — am drink mostly very sweet coco. and soluble coflee They will climb with nyloi ropes. Tilt AIR M< isr irnportint Innovati.n b ID will be (MCffl adapted from H.A.F. types. Men can live for a short lirr.i at 28,000ft.. yet lomg who hav. tried to spend more than 1 hrurs at 25,OOOft. have -uftero paralysis and' permanent in>ur. to the brain and nervous system Oxygen masks were tried 01 Everest about SO years ago. bu they failed. THK PERILS BEYOND 20.000ft climbers ex iierlence extreme lassitude. Tliei udg, They to-c the will 1 go on. "High nltltud* throat' 1 brine intense pain, caused by the col dry wli.d paruhlng the throat an causing a nose infection The terrible wind near th' summit of Everest, measured b' otrrrnft at 110 miles an hour, car kill by itself. rait.uitlia.it < ..I..1.M. l\>w fiOYfrnor (aeneral Opens Parliament OPENING OF PARLIAMENT to cause concern and to require while respecting human right The Sixth Session of the Twenty my Ministers to devote a great and aspirations. The success of Firs! Parliament of Canad.i was deal of attention to our external our democratic society has conopened with traditional rereaffair*." The iH.rtlon dealing with rrmd our own people's belief In monies on she afternoon of impending legislation read as it. More important still, our examThursday. February 2B. The follows: pie has strengthened the faith of Speech from the Throne was menrtmenls to legislation ordinary men and women In manv read by the High! Honourable relating to our armed forces will lands in the future that lies oper v M 1 C M Governor be submitted for your spprovaL only tn those srho keep in thet: l 1 srho had leen installed "Your approval will also be own hands the direction of thel In a brief, diKnitted cersmony >' %  ' for a further Canadian i-cstinie*. the Senste Chamber that momeordrtbuUon to the Colombo Plan -The grret achievement of thl ing. Jlnlr rteUT^! Cn JrJf l,UnCe cmlUTy wl * ">• th containThe Prime Minister. Mr m. "T-C^li^T !" ^ has C^lnullsm^heTr S £ laiurent and Mr. Massey made been signed iind will 1M sub,hT rommon" ueniL> ..f 1^^^ brief addresses at the ceremony mitted for your consideration. . The hisalsTOl 1 !> %  Mial ... !" ,B ^T^'^U^'t SOC-,A,. ACT,ON coimrsm zk '^pJr^ m p; ^V ..." /-r\i ... .. be delayed by Communist Idea' Communist armies. The years Dittos for advances led by DEVELOPMENT IN W.I. LONDON, j PRIVATE enterprise is the key to successI ful large-scale development in the British Vest Indies. Mr. Bernard Braine (Conservative. Billeriesv) told the House 01 Commons during a debate on the need for closer cooperation within the sterling area. He said that there is one particular place in the Commonwealth where large quantities A rice could be grown quickly. This was in British Guiana. "British Guiana is producing 60.000 tona of rice a year but I have il on the authority A those who are knowledgeable on the matter that something like 300,000 tons could be produced within five to ten years if the iccessary capital were found for drainage ind irrigation works." Such drainage and irrigation should be the responsibility of the State, he granted. "But private enterprise would grow the rice. And xhat kind of private enterprise' The person who would grow the rice m British Guiana would be the peasant. It is in the interest of everyone concerned. lot only our country, but the rice consuming countries of the world and the people of Iritish Guiana themselves, that more nee should be grown. Already as a result of a Government rice scheme in that country more rice is being grown by the peasant, but •he State can help to create conditions in which still more can be produced. That is the kind of thing to which we must twnd our energies in the future. There must if course be a reasonable assurance that what s produced can be sold That in itself is on* f the reasons why we must at the ver\ •arliest opportunity regain our freedom tc ntroduce such preferences as we can arrange with the Commonwealth. "There must be an assurance." he con'inued. "that private investors do not have idded to the normal commercial rif-k-s and hazards which they are ready to accept, the possibility of confiscation and that there will be freedom to enjoy reasonable profits. The evel of taxation in this country has reached a point where it Is very difficult indeed to find money to finance new development; current Income Tax practice is discouraging overseas investments of a useful character. In the West Indies a number of the Colonies offer very powerful inducements indeed to private enterprise to set up new industries. For example they extend a five years' tax free holiday to firms coming in and establishing new industries. In addition to that hey give very generous depreciation allowances. As a result of this policy a great deal of North American capital has been flowing into Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados. New factories are being set up. That is all to the Rood. "But the disturbing thing", said Mr. Braine, 'is that very few British companies have :aken advantage of these concessions and he reason for that is that under the double axation agreements, all profits remitted home are subject to local Colonial Incomi Tax which is then offset against British In:ume Tax. "Here is Britain, on the one hand, urging he Colonies to broaden and diversify then ?conomies. While, on the other hand, she i: ullifying concessions designed to Attract risk capital into those Colonies, without vhich no proper economic development can be undertaken. "The possibilities or development in this Commonwealth of ours are stupendous. Science now is our handmaiden. I was greatly impressed when visiting Trinidad with the wonderful work which has been done by he Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture The average yield per acre on the best cocoa %  states in Trinidad is roughly 400 lbs. Over he island as a whole it is about 100 lbs. an icre. As a result of the work of scientists and plant breeders it is now possible to grow :ocoa yielding; 1,500 lbs. an acre." Mr. Braine declared: "That is an example ,t the possibilities, the opportunity is unloubtedly there. The challenge is tremend .us and I am sure that given the right encouragement, the British people will respond."—B.U.P. PAPER SERVIETTES |v\Vii in Pastel Shades SOr. p. %  IOO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greyitonc, Hutinft convey In Her Mnie.lv the tiliooo COMMUNISM "The money 10 ffratincilllnt) fell l>v member. no,l >. n unleirtalemenl of Ihe ""^ i% • %  "•"• n.l.c.1 N Krn oPK In an unpyvtmil. A I ihe mouning pr lucl -lenled ndViT training pi\>of the office to which 1 nuve been \, ,.. IISUM nnd explaining "rammr. the Canadian Army will ihe pn-ilhte II hi BllthCinmla'd live federal major foclal ** n -event.'-four univen.il> ered over the years. Mn role In aecurllv measures, which he onderir aduates to Europe for the Ihis meat country whose citizens called. "Canada's pillnn of social '" nmcr OI ,9S2 where they will -..' %  i p roud in be. I flta-tnll lujujce" mptomaeiii Injurr '"" %  '" %  2,,h c i ia m rHMt •ay to you quite simply that 1 ,„ce. the Veterans' Charter fainInfantry Brigade. Army Headappmarii my task In all humlln v allownnces the National quarters announced on rebruary Also a new whipmeiil of Linen Slu-els and I'll l)>\ 4 llSt'S V t OalOII Slu'i'is A I'illotv fast's DA COSTA & CO. LID. People who KNOW % % % %  • i iiin C'OIUIIIII ity" M.-ilth" r^jrramme, and tlie Old 2I i_ The SptTch rrttti IlM Throne. \m s. am Proarammo the ***• ****" u onc *" lhe mo,n i.. ; ,> IIK Kxcrllcncy at the \\-. u < -,., concluded ss followi attra-iivo yet olTcrod lo ihe untoponlng of Parliament, hrrnldtvl versily members of the Canadian nmonf olht-r mpaurw. le.rls.a"The ii f today la Offlci-i' Tr^num Corp. Thoae revto the lmmlimitlm nl how many iuare miles <.r HMCtSd will be drawn from thml A(t. ivadjust reprenenl.tti(.n in mnikmS of MOplt hav bi studsnls about to undergo tin' Hnu.te of CommtMis, comgurrrd by ('ttnimunmt armies o-r ibt'.bird pructtcM phase of their plrtclv revftsa the Criminal Code, tarrifled bv ihn-at of Communist C.O.T.C. kralnlnf; Quotas will be and for preparatory atrps In eonforce, but ralhrr how many illottod to Army Commands to nerllon with tho utaMishment of human minds and hearU have permit as wtds %  contingent a National UbraryV-J UJfallen captive to 1U philosophy. rvpresenlaUon an possible. Opening with an expression of tn the United States and Canada. Tentative sailing dates hav* deepest sympathy in their in our experiments with social been listed for May 5, 19, June bereavement to all the members legtalation. we are moulding a X and SO. of the Hoynl Family. Ihe Speech society that Is not only prosperIn Europe the officer cadets noted the deep and lastlmc ous but humane and neighbourly will be attached to various CanaImpresslon made on her Canadian at well. dian Army units now training In %  ublecta. by Her Maiesty during "For the first Ume in .human Germany snd have an opportuher visit and said. "Ths situation history' we are within reach of nlty of serving with the forces, throughout she world continues saUsfylng man's material needs, of NATO. In Europe. SING SHENG MIST GO SING SHENG, the name of a Chinaman vho has to leave his San Francisco hoim because neighbours don't like his looks, sasxni almost'humdrum compared with that >f the city manager of South San Francisco le is Esnmons McClung and he regrets thai ie is powerless in the matter. HOORAY—Ethel Merman is coming 11 Washington with that wonderful show "Call Me Madam." It has made 4.000.000 dollars l £1,428.000) on Broadway and is to re-open the Washington National Theatre, which as been closed for several years because of disagreement between management and actors over the colour bar. The play is a %  kit on Mrs. Perle Mesta, the U.S. Ambassador in Luxembourg, who loves playing hostess. I saw it twice and will see it again THE HUMAN TOUCH IN Indianapolis Jay York was arrested for speeding—the first man caught in a new police radar trap. He pleaded not guilty "because I wanted to see how the thing operated." (Fined 26 dollars and 75 cents— £9. 11s. Id.). —always ask for HARTLEY'S jam the greatest name in jam-making FISH and MEAT SALMON HADDOCK KIPPERS COD FILLETS FIIXET STEAKS OX TONQUES DRESSED RABBITS DUCKLINGS CHICKENS Just Arrived CAIlsEjSyGAR UPHS >s,mr AD BUCKTAST WINE ANCHOVY PASTE CASHEW NUTS iX0,iu nitxrs I RAISINS 1 .NTS PRUNES M-MOND ICING ICING Si CASTOR SUGAR CHERRIES i.// /;HS VII.LE CURt: ORAND MARNIER 01* 111 INNET SCOTCH WHISKEY RYE WHISKEY TOMATOES 30 per lb t CABBAOE 30 per lb.. GODDARDS


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PARIS, March 5. Justified their effort and ex- protecting U.S. citizens in ‘| k | neh Gov e
Informed sources said that pense despite the restrictions those countries O orm ‘ €
USE OF SEMBLY a the wees of the United under which they work The sources said envoys ‘a
AS es a States Iron Curtain Diplo. Earlier there were reports also expressed themselves in e
‘THE HO - “ y be s y matic missions have decided that the United States plan- faveur of reprisals proposed Pinauy } ew remiuer
continued consideration of the Estimates of wo unge the State Depart- ed to pull its missions out during the Lisbon NATO j 1 /
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Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1952—53 States flag flying in Soviet ing the first week of March striction of Diplomatic | PARIS, March 5
and passed from Head XIV to xXxXIx inclusive, satellite capitals. Main point made by movement recently imposed i . Pinauy. 60, little known Independent agreed
ki h ] d dat 221.973 They said United States United States diplomats in in the Soviet Union | Antoine nay, , ne dacaall net
making the total sum passed to date $5, ’ fe envoys in Russia, Poland, iron Curtain countries was The Conference which | to form a new French government in the face of an aun
The Heads passed yesterday were: Legal Musee. Czechoslovakia hat mnpeeons ¥ Soviet sat prened, ve ter day was held | empty Treasury and the ever present shadow of Ses
: . and Romania meeting in -Alites verigined important n the United States Assen j ‘ A a ae , litieal veteran. formally
Department—$51,351; Police—$232,668; Prisons— closed Conference here Meposts of observation and also bly. It was expected to last Char we te AG Sane iy ll rare . ‘Greece
$50. ° i — $32. 353. claimed that the missions played an important role in through tomorrow.—U.P. |; acceptec e task <¢ gw é vi ys
798; Government Industrial Schools , ? Palace with President Vincent Auriol.
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Works Department—-$186,008; Pensions—$598,768; ti nkruptc y and Pind ” Fr am Hel Japs
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purchase of law books to keep the Attorney General's Veteran political observers and are ainithe palote and the
Library up to date, Mr. Brancker (L) said that it was political party leaders give Pin-|fate of their people is unknown
| essential for the Police Magistrates to keep a library, ,auy little chance of putting to-|A)}| poad and rail lines betweea
| | especially with the predominance of acting magistrates gether a government He Ie nae Kushire and the rest of Hokkadio
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He said that neither lawyers}and either omitting or forgetting reerian Edgar ease’ govert A pilot who flew over this city
nor laymen can remember all the}|to return them. |n nhandhs ed artame, 108 Gude lek odin people at dusk yesterday
4 . 2 law and so it was necessary tol He was however of the opin- a s third of which is for dé “nobody in its ruined streets
HON. WINSTON CHURCHILL |increase the allocation for this: ion that they should have a law Hence and.the t6.ger cart. tam in-| ar otuee entun vamee baie ane oie
head to provide a library for]library to which members of the ics re i — poy Te hi sng
them. profession could have free ee ita (taliban mimbieh ed Leuk Mant population of Kushiro is shu
Of Item 56 which dealt with] access. ee : _ a ee edocs i be 25 off :
ortage the providing of a reporter for| Mr. Brancker felt that a Re- Friday 8 an emadenae nee Gi —UP
, {the Chief Justice, he said that a]vising Officer, whose appoint- Tn tae eenaatiee ur
WillDela U K ae should also be provided]ment Item 31 said is made jth Fe anitenD meyent
for the Puisne Judges. It would]annually,. should be advertised 7
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y be good, ihe said, to have some-|for and sudh were his senti-} Government will buy this property to allow for the extension of the General Hospital on its present site i eh a Welshmen Want
Arms Plan one to take. verbatim reports of|ments on the post of Queen’s 4 ite Sec.-Genera p n Of W I
summings up and othe? import-| Solicitor. rince alés
- ant points in a case, On Item 52 — Incidentals — { . oe e * ryt ‘ r
: , oy Me next touched Item 62, alwhich dealt with the cleaning of | Arrives To-day , 1c
(By W. A. LANGLEY) WALES,
. LONDON. March 5 new item, for the purchase of|the several Courts and for other e e y a March 5
_ at IN, MATCH o books and publications including] incidental expenses, he said that 1 MR. E. F, De VRIENDT, the re- | Caeirnac
Prime Minister Winstonjlaw reports, replacements of] Police Courts in the country - ugar act ° cently appointed Secretary -Gen- | n City of-
Churchill warned Wednesday [rues and purchase of learned]tricts were not kept clean. He ' risoners eral of the Caribbean ¢ aa HON | iclals Tuned
: ee! ata f\iournals. He said the members] was hoping that the matters he 2 " vrives in Barbados to-day of Pilate ight
that shortages and lack of | or the profession were not al-|brought to the attention of the mme late y } o-day visit , 5 Re tesiek duden
| dollars may delay Britain’s lowed to take books from thelsuid it was the particular choice PANMUNJOM, Korea, March 5, This is his first visit to seen to. bestow
' ; -earms > C= brary ¢ 1 oO 7 . 7 rr ¥ i . : . dos since hi ) itment. ile will |. >
eae ie nie. Arete them if cone sone - one wea mi peasants From Our Own Conespongent./" > | United Nations truce negotiators demanded that Com- hold ‘talks. "\ ith. Sir Ge orge Seel nate of
Oued co on we debate | '2!4 that that was due to some Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said he LONDON, March 5. 4 munists account for 174 additional captured United Nations] pryitish Co-Chairman of the ee ‘ by
urehill op ee! practitioners borrowing books ; wanted to support what the Hon.!| No new __ international sugar troops most of them Americans, : Caribbean Demmiaon 806 oer Wales ou her
on the White Paper outlining from, the library some, time ago jSenior. Member. for St. Lucy agreement -1s. to. be spies. AR pati “The new dist’ now brings to 1,621 the number of Allied mene ot asi emate ‘articerankt oR three
defence expenditure o said on Item 54 but ‘he was not| mediately. This was decided | sObdiend kriited'te Be in Wed wbcttades but missing from the| "4," . _ ae Plssecnenant and) vest? old
£1,462,200,000 for the coming , * (supporting him in his remarks, special committee of the Inter-|)/ 5°" alg ris ; , of the Barbados shambers of the | Prinee PRINCE CHARLES
Fi : Tear . Vaughn Objects jabout a Queen’s Solicitor, He/national Sugar council which | prisoner lists, _ members of both Chambers of the | //!Pee
fornir Tetence Minister Em 99 jof the — eu his oercee canecluded a three day meeting in It was compiled from Red broadeasts, letters to families, | Lesisiature. | The last Prince of wales nee
Gomer Sat theta: a | wis fo appoint a Queen's Solicitor |{ondon this evening. But plans!’ Communist periodicals and other sources presumably secret Duke of Windsor received the
rae! of tne’ connce™ a ne|| 2 ARBBOEKE”” | Sat Sh wap the cle of ty ltr" anew umrecment may | Communist periodicals and other sources presumably «Kite Ton (itis,aiiee eas 46 eam King
10 nce >| ; }man o to the solicitor hel qicouss pfore the e ) ) | amen: : | jeorge V. at Carni Castle.
ability of Churchill's Government | enene mtens cnjention x eased aKa ; oa DETRER TRO OE, OF) nme : - Rear Admiral RE, Libby | Fire Kills Ten | sconge'V. at Camaven i.
to carry out the rearmament pro- an alleged “insulting remark’ sai 5 > prac ras |° : y : itt. yressed again without success fox
gramme after Churchill has from a member of the Execu- satenseeds = ae yen Rh 1 ays Gis a ei _ ae US. Make Bid {information of some 50,000 South MONTREAL, Ma
finished his speech, || tive during discussion on Head solicitor of the island and so {| representatives United Kingdern : ‘ Korean soldiers whom the Reds| A three alarm fire wept
7 | XXITI—Medical Departments was not one of the posts that ine id 2S Colonist Producers) Fi R l 0 it one time claimed to havejthrough a West End apartinent k R ‘
A Defence White Paper pubs | Pee Centre) last night, || Would have to be advertised for | represeatiag. Cploniat re | or netease leaptured but did not account for.; building early today and police Duke Returns
lished two weeks ago admitted} r. V. B, Vaughn said his + linen ess > 1m, £ : r | ta « Mi General Lee San |r Id a morgue employee that 2
that the original three year re-! btatus as a member of the _ About the law library, he itn addition there were observers Arm C r ral ie aed Nae seme 7 “2 . lencms than ten” persons were NEW YORK, March 5.
armament programme of 4,700!] House was the same as that wanted to suggest that it was!irom six other countries includ-| / = sO po Pehivect Scenics agregar ie 1 or missing The Duke of Windsor arrived
million pounds is lagging and of members of the Executive re ee or ag Og a Barbe. | ing Canada, India and Pakistan. | WASHINGTON. Mar. 5 2 eine. tak ae i “The fire in r the grey stonefon the liner Queen Elizabeth
Arh tag 44 ae ‘ 10s, he said, was y is : : ar. 6 carefully noted it,” _ . ies ress whare . wr for
would take more than three Making the charge, Mr. hic 7 . law . ‘ > 4 an| It was learned that the United - oe ; i Oa building broke out while the | from England where he went
years. This year’s programme is | Vaughn said that he had eee Pa ge eh dt piven ianeeiee x Stigion) | States is drafting fl suff demand , Byes Ally gen in ong “ vent on-|occupants were asleep. Firemen} the funeral of his brother oe
less than was originally planned.)| heard the remark “Jack-Ass” to the fact that the reports in the| was accepted ‘by the delegates as} (hat Poland release United States") be \” said there was no|S#id the blaze was under control |George VI The Duke Was m :
Moving that the White Paper|| directed to him across the ta- CJ's ahambers were his per-!the basis of colonial agreement.|Army corporal Alexander §,|°7)¥ MWanqull’ said Chere . of DY 3.40 am by his wife who had remainec
be approved, Churchill said:|] ble, and he strongly objected sonal property. , 1 Tt a sander viene ‘dratis| Czarnecki who has spent more|P'ogress on the besic issuc at Ali available equipment in the|here. ie
“events move constantly forward.|] to such remarks being used to Mr. Walcott said that two ots! b t is eaheat cee roviso that| than year in Communist| Voluntary repatriation, He sald) yc) ind of the City was rushed} The Duke told newsmen
Even the present service estim-|4 members, especially by mem- of reports should be provided so! al . aes earns a itty oleate: | ‘they would’nt buy voluntary | ; the scene. The Redcross sci|have no statement at-—all to
ates and the White Paper now bers of the Executive. that practitioners should not | eee’ ae eat — shall receive} Officials have tot ‘decided vepatriation and we won't drop), emergency headquarters in almake,”
“before us must be subject to a ae oe Ft yd a, hampered by one copy being out partienlal attention, Levteatinet to make the demand! ''.” ‘ | nearby building ~U.P. UP.
ceasing scrutiny to eliminate a mently clenched fis r. of the shelf, ; ; |orally or in a formal Diplomatic Allied and Communist negotia~) “ tet uate SOO
waste ond of — eee a ie ee ae ae Mr. Adams (L) said that when! It was further decided that} note but they are determined it tors in the next tent dendlocked SO POLLDLLLPPDLLVPOLVLLVIPPLILDEE DIVO VE %
may be delayed by non delivery ° he came to capital expenses, he|members might at any future) will be tough spoken n the terms o ne armistice} { .
of machine tools and shortage || any member on the Executive. would. see to P that they got a\time ask the International Coun- | No one was ready to predict charter met for only 15 minute % ‘ ; WI OLESOME *
of dollar purchasing power. ae When the honourable member proper law library. When thev)cil to arrange a meeting through|however that the demand will joday. They adjourned after both, & au _ 4 ss
—UP. uses insulting remarks, he is went to St. Lucia and other!the United Nations to discuss a} bring any more results than:.ides agreed it would be waste of st x
not insulting — me _ Victor small islands, they saw that they|new agreement on the basis of|similar demands have in Czechos- |; jo to preview old arguments ‘ ~
|| Vaughn, he is insulting a re- were the only place without a'the draft accepted by special|lovakia, Hungary and Red China.; Pyyoe talks in this tent are{% 4 =
r presentative of the people. IT On Page 5 } committee Czarnecki is just one of many), ..veq down on the Communist] % »
COLD A E will not stand for such treat- ® : | United States citizens who have| se al of Russia as a neutral x x
\\ \ “|| ment, and I hope that other |been jailed, tried and held for) }otoan truce inspector. The Allies |e = %
KILLS NINE | honourable members oe oe “ransom”, or otherwise mi treat-| ° ntend that the Soviet Union is{® S
4 || stand for it either. The hon. led ly Communists. * * att heii t ’ .
e ed ly mmun ; qualified neutral in he | %& s
ourable member’s behaviour | 6 ct aq 4 a
tad a creme || LOO To Stamd Trial | vsic: sis sue neoa! it its : :
CHICAGO, Mar. 5. concern of mine, but when he |} ment charged that Czarnecki wa Art Libby told the Reds to]% e
At least Seem att aaiuck eb: dead poo = the oy of - m i a held illegally and incommunic ado | . for 174 new names som * x
in Kansas and Missouri—three in ouse and uses such remarks for ‘more than year by Czech |‘ . . Jorth Korean J ¥ h
traffic saccidents, six from heart to another member, he is in- oO 10ts essthoritie It aiso denounced| ‘ hem ee aa sae 1 “ap % s
attacks—as a sub-zero fahrenheit sulting a representative of the ted claims that Czarnecki asked} '!CDera® ve a ceed on thal®? xs
cold wave gripped the northern people.” to’ be sent to Poland ag a politi-|/Ub-ce . et. y ‘ lve dy ex % y
midwestern United States. , CAIRO. March 5 cal refugee because he objected to | asi 7 ve Yigg i * a ‘ we “18 3
The Weather Bureau predictec am é J, , + inited ‘Stakes ‘war’ policies 4s nged, Later Libby told W . y
warmer weather was or the way Six Princes Plot | eee wae said a night that 130 pam will | Wost Germany en “presumably he a ) mean: * z
inging with it threats of floods 30 On trial a week from to-day in connection with Cairo’s |, 42,000 names we turned o 1S .
i some locations in the . ?, e : tat os : 9 *: one oe . na Czarnecki disappeared from em and 11,500 the ave US. 1% &
ready s ee ane Against State Anti-British riots on January 26. Sixty-seven persons wer« Sd aie ne ee Chevrtiarty 1s? - B e mean le x
wetasi.c poate in Alabama a ; killed in the riots and fire damage reached millions of| (semper 1950. Nothing was ; UF, 12 S
- te ge ee ; . i +4 »y'~ ” %, >
North Carolina and Georgia, and NEW DELHI, March 5. dollars. heard from him until he myster |: %
officials in the mnow burdened About 60 to 70 persons were Egyptian Military Courts will -— = iously got a letter through to the ~ > i. z x
north ward said the coming Of) arrested, including half dozen | start trials next week of several ‘ +e United States Embassy in Warsaw) (lS overnor I raises y xs
warm weather would create haz-| princes and detained under the|hundred persons mostly young ‘Mystery Fire lust June saying that he was in Is x
ardous conditions. Preventive Detention Act in con-| men who were arrested for alleged Xs jail and asking for help, Czec n P lice Efficienc , \8 oS
| The warm-up however Is €X-' nection with an “alleged plot| participation in an orgy of fire- Guts U.S Airbase authorities ignored United State once y |} x
| pected to be gradual. ,| against the Saurahstra Govern-| worship and looting on Cairo’s| 7 seit a8 protests until February 29 when : ;, March § % >
Eight to twelve inches of snow) nt;” a state on the west coast|“Black Saturday’—January 26. SHAF “9 , aren 5 \they reported that Czarnecki had HONGKONG Mare a 5. 2. %
with drifts three feet deep in of India bordering Bombay State| The trials are expected to last {5 1A TESBURY, Dorset, March ”-\been given “asylum” in Poland Sir Alexander Grantham, Go % *
some places covered most of © | formerly known as Kathiwar: |several weeks. The penal code! United States Service Police|*two vier Americans — ‘VY ernor of Kongkony declared todey | % <
Kansas and Missouri. i ee Seine ry M stead Ycoate’s | tinder which some of the accused |*" Communications were still out ene ing eat a ie * \will be tried, provides for life or |!" estigating a mystery fire which} man William N. Oatis—are al- imidated by rioting |: »
in many sections. . er ee —UP temporary penal servitude for ee mitt ot +. ee Pe ready serving long prison term: In a brief reference to last Sat-!¥ *
—UP, se “those who deliberately set fire to| night ansit base here during the|jin Czechoslovakia urday’s riots at Kowloon when] \ ~
| inhabited premises.” | , Czech police are also believed! 5,000 Chinese trade unionist mi * >
e e | Speedy trial of those accused of} Nearly 100 airmen narrowly|to be holding two others: A) my|tled for two hoprs with British , ‘
{ é 6 9 9 | Participation in “Black Saturday” ,scaped suffocation in the roar-|Private Charles E. Wood andj led police. ‘s
e atisfied (ees. ee eee na {pele waa at meme k
made by Hilary Pasha on taking!as they ran from one hut a About 60 Americans are under} \,e; of the Legislative Counctl] & ‘
ver the Premiership at the week-|few minutes befcure it went up house arrest or in jail in Com-| would have read “with full agre “ S
>
e jend.—U.P. flames. munist China. Most of them are! nent and appreciation” th tat * >
' 2 missionaries a nent made by Oliver Lytte ms as
fs Fanned by a high wind the 50- “UP. lgecretary of State for the Ce x »
Union Calls aoe Somes fighting we Fagot nies in the House of Commor *
‘ : r ce mut u i tr e mgnt SKY 2 n sent i f the riotia hy
ISTANBUL, Turkey, March 5. | "19-Hour Strike {fer neatly 20 miles anast ove! © Flooded Lard | 1 nis description of tne rioting] 8 :
7e 1 Eisenhower left here for Greece alte ie ime threatening the carnp’s pet- , lice ‘ . >
General Eise left I for G ; ft r report tin : b t h ' t . Dp : d Sond ae police had handl $ 7
ing he got a “satisfactory impression” on his six-hour in- TURIN, March 5. _|*0! store Being Draizie mntber with gaoat off % =
c , ita rer 01 i Nes - , ist - ated! ‘ 5 i T } bestowe b ° >
spection of Turkey’s military contribution to Western de on ene: teen ata | About 200 firemen 1101 ‘ ROME, March 5 The; praise. Dextowed % x
zon ca a brigades helped American airmen ; ‘ 9n9 418 etary of State 4 -
fence : i sd hour strike for March 12 to pro-leont the 7 American airmes] Almost tw irds of the 25 y of Gtale w ; : >
Before departing for the northern Greek cities of |tost the dismissal of three work-itiocks of building = for 4] 000 acres of the P ley flooded pited and rice ‘an % %
1 ay “919 * is. 20- s 1e © 6«6piant t w es . a atrtahe te 4 7 drai ii e tie ire u . A
Salonika and Athens, Eisenhower praised the Turkish peo <7 ee mene Fi - works ;iburnt itself out in two hour r. int = A +o eine ; eee » ryder * ; ‘ er N EDIBLE x
pte for their “immense courage and curiosity about world sdiken dintiie t ‘iescke oe | A nesniver of airmen after); aes. eben cal tl E\ ERY GR Al 4 ” *
Secs 99 . a : : evacuating the wooden camp huts cae ‘ ¥
affairs Fiat discharged the three last|; : | under wate trained y 54 INJURED : y
sie cial more modern equipment. It said|, + ee" onde’ at a : ;.,ia their pyjamas were slightly Sia | . % 7 on “ “ .
aoe, the kinds an : ; : yunts of equip- ae a di Toate en eee trying to rescue their per- ie Nor th Italy Nove mer} GARY, Inc M % NO PICKING REQUIRED. S
; 1 es f er - me will be negotiated shortly |” a, rr “ k “tl e company - ‘sonal belongings. A fireman 1 ods, andred "were wned| Fift " four per on wer . s 2
scene of ( ini T rkish ana NATO Stafi| ed there had been ~ San wall was taker 20,000 people were left homeless | non . PRICK 60c. Package g
guerrilla emt ( of age 0 i ’ t destructior cluded | ¢ te mS ay
furkish ilit Turkey s inderstood to be ne re is definitely no aus 10,000 cattle, 8,000 pig 450,000 | ¢ ‘ ed int if . I GEDDES GRANT LTD.—Agents. >
Ankar Eise aring t k for help tc ve Re hz € ing to jaf botage” a high ranking sultry, 20,000 plough 0 trac-ia n traiz G ‘ a
f f ffic at the cam] tate 3 ' a u of / j y < $b bb stetetst tt tO OPA ETSY
—UP UP UP LOL PL PLLA OP
PAGE TWO



Carib Calling

R. ERNEST K. LINDLEY
Chief of the Washington
Bureau of the Newsweek Maga-
zine who arrived here on Monday
by B.W.LA. from Martinique,
has just left the Hastings Hotel
to stay at the Colony Club, St
James. He was accompanied by
=. ver
Lindley expects to visit
Grenade and "Trinidad before re-
turning to the U.S.A.

Attended Opening
Of Cinema
M*. GEORGE SCHWEIG,
representative of Colombia
Pictures in the West Indies who
attended the opening of the Bar-
barees Plaza on Friday night,
left by B.W.LA. for Trinidad on
Monday. He was accompanied
by his wife.

While here, Mr. and Mrs.
at the

Schweig were staying
Aquatic Club.

he. meee on Monday by
B.W.LA. for Trinidag afte:
attending the opening of the
Plaza were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Marks who were staying at the
Marine Hotel and Mr. Richard
— who was staying at the

Mr. Marks is representative in
the West Indies for Universal
Me J. Arthur Rank Pictures and

‘Spierman is Warner Bros.
tative in this area.

Back From Carnival

R. J. D. DOUGLAS of Coun-

try Road was among’ the
passengers returning from Trini-
dad on Sunday by the Colombie
after attending Carnival.

Also returning from Trinidad

where she had attended Carni-
val was Mrs. T. Franklyn, wifc

of Chief Inspector Franklyn o!
Whitehall.
Back To Canada
RS. R. C. VAUGHAN, wife

of the ex-President of the
Canadian National Railways, ve-
turned to Canada _ yesterday
morning by T.C.A. after spend-
ing a holiday here staying at the
Hastings Hotel. She was accom-

panied by her son Dr. Peter
VYeughan who is employed with
TC.A.

Retired Barrister
R, ALBERT RAMSAY-COHN,
a retired U.K. Barrister and
Mrs. Ramsay-Cohn returned home
om Sunday by the S.S. Colombie
efter spénding a holiday. They
were staying at the Crane Hotel





Back to the U.K.
RS. C. A, SAYER
Rev. C. A. Saye P
of Codrington College, returr ‘
3S






Exgland on Sunday by
Colombie « fter spenx 1 holiday
hore with her sor
While West Indie
made a cruise up to Jan
the Colombie which returned her
on Sunday
T.C.A. Inspector
mM" J SCOTT, Inspector of
th Stores Department of
T.C.A Montreal, arrived yes
terd morning by T.C.A_ from
Trinidad on a short \ t and
staying at Cacrabank Hotel
Public Relations Officer
LSO arriving by T.C.A. yes-
terday’ morning from Trini-

dad and staying at Cacrabank is
Mr. Michael R. Hildred, Public
Relations Officer for T.C.A

Mr. Hildred stopped off here a
week ago while on a trip through
the Caribbean. He ha taken

quite a number of photographs of
the area in order to let Canadian

know something of their beauty.
On Holiday

RS. E. WINCHESTER a

native of Martinique who
has ‘been residing in*the U.S.A
for many years is now spending
a week's holiday in Barbados,
She arrived on Sunday by the
Colombie from Trinidad where
she had also spent a week.

From here she is hoping to go
to St. Lucia and then visit some
of the other islands before re-
turning to the U.S.A

Mrs. Winchester is staying at
Leaton-on-Sea”, The Stream

Antigua Civi! Scrvart

OLIDAYING in Barbados is

Mi Crystal Fernandez of
Antigua She is a civil servant
attached *» the Secretariat and is
staying at Leaton-on-Sea” The
Stream,

For The Races
RANVILLE CRAY

M*
ed fr Trinide

arriv-

m rd on Tues-





day morning by B.W.LA. for ne
week's holiday He has «x
over principally to attend the

Races and is staying at Indramer
Guest House, Worthing.

Mr. Cray is manager of the
merchandise department of
Messrs Furness Withy and Co.,
Ltd.



News mm.

Mrs. Charles W.

Women in the

MRS. CHARLES W. HEMING who is now holidayinga Commissioner).

in Barbados and staying at the Hotel Royal is fascinated
with the island and charmed by the hospitality of its

Maen

Heming’s first husband
was the late Dr, James Russell
Roberts (Fellow of American
Public Health Association) and
was Medical Officer of Health
Hamilton for 36 years. From
this marriage were two sons,
twins, Dr, Llewellyn N. Roberis,
P.H.D,, and Dr. James V. Rob-
cris, B.A, They are both study-
ing towards specialty. One of
her sons is married to a descend-
ant of Sir Francis Drake. Her

mame was. also Frances Drake
and she"has a little son.

‘ Past sy

Mrs. Heming who has lead a

very .active life in the past is
still cartying on the good work.
She wag President of the Hamil-
ton Zonta Club; Treasurer of the
NationaE Council of Women of
Canada; and Convener of Fin-
ance. These posts she held for
five years each. She was also
President of the Local Council of





Presented With Purse

M RS, MURIEL ROLLINS of the
staff of the Barbados Advo-
cate resigned as from the end of
February to join her mother and.
sister in the United States of
America

During her five years on the
newspaper staff, she was among
other things Children’s Editress
ind hopes to continue in journal-
ism in America.

Yesterday she was the happy
recipient of a purse contributed by
the staff

Mr J
Fditor,
the
mac

E

who

Breome, Assistant
is Acting Editor in
abrence of Mr. I. W. V. Gale
the presentation and wished
her good luck in the future.

After 25 Years

AYING his first visit back to
Barbados in 25 years is Mr.
Ralph Seale, a stock broker of
Hamilton, Ontario. He arrived
here recently for an indefinite
period and is staying at Abbeville
@vest House.

Retired Customs Official

R. W. R. CREE,
Customs Official of the United

te
€

holiday in Barbados staying
Abbeville Guest House. Me ex-
pects to leave here shortly for
Trinidad where he will remain for
\ couple of weeks before return
ing here on his way back to the
U.K.

Fourth Visit

R. J. F, CAMACHO, merchant
of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, is
here on his fourth visit to
islanc’s He arrived on Mon-
day oy B.W.LA. uccompanied by
his wife and will be spending a
month staying at “Accra,” Rock-
ey

now

the

On Visit To Parents
M:* rHILIP HEWITT-

MYRING ieft Seawell yes-



terday on her way to Charleston,
Sou Carolina where she has gone
to t her parents,
She expects to be away for
about.a inonth
Intransit

D LOUIS&® mUNTER and her
daughter Jean of Grenada who
arrived here on Sunday morning
by B.W.LA., left later in the eve-
ning by the Colembie for England
intransit for Kenya,



Heming

She received
the Coronation Medal from the
late King George VI—Charter
Membér of Imperial Order,
Daughters of the Empire—
1.0.D.E. She is also a patroness
of the Women’s Art Association
of Hamilton,

Extensive Travel

Mrs, Heming was married on
the lth November, 1950 to
Charles Whitlaw Heming ot
Heming Bros., Canada. She has
travelled extensively in Canada,
United States, The Continent,
Russia} South America, B.W.I.
and also the British Isles. But

of all these Mrs, Heming is
thrilled with Barbados, the clim-
ate, the very charming people,
the St. Michael’s Cathedral where
she attends the Services, the food
and sea-bathing. “The nearest
side of Heaven anyone can hope

for.”
Hobbies
Her hobbies are China
ing, music and reading. Her
home “Green Gables”, Ancaster,
Ontario has a beautiful garden
where she spends her time among

paint-

_

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





MRS. MURIEL ROLLINS being presented with a purse by Mr. J. E.
Broome, Assistant Editor yesterday afternoon.

River,
dad
a retired Morning by T.C.A.

Leaving Tomorrow

R. AND MRS. G. R. ADAMS

will be returning
and Bermuda

to Deep
Ontaria, Canada, via Trini-
tomorrow

r. Adams is a Civil Engineer
Kingdom is at present spending a ang Project Manager of Founda-

tario.

at tion Company of Canada, Chalk
River, on

the Crane Hotel and hope to visit

Barbados
date.



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8
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4, Materialia: “Pata

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again at

Re Oe

They have spent three weeks as
|
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a of the rider are

ne reel pone y

tet aid become i e dea, of
the hinamost Dart the

animal. (6)
N

eeds a for cutting. (8)
Down

Uncovered cold sides. (8)
Saat at Mc)
5 is is ant.’ (6

. Not big nil.
Baliiant—a ‘thal savertiserent
upsets the train. (7)

Bed or drilled, (5)
Most golfers do but not on this
lece of furniture, (6)
wound is fatal. (5)
the west. (5)

The may snip to safety. (4)



0, Omen 21, Plee; Ae Be =
Bows: 1, Extend
Envious; 3, Inert: 7, re %, ramble!
Ll, Tears; 13, Slam: . f
Clete; 17, Meer; 18. Rod

Rupert anata the New Bonnet—6 if

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pussie, ae

some future



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or



Women of Hamilton twice and ‘
one of the founders of Women Mrs. C. W. HEMING cook, She will be leaving on

Civie Club. These posts she City of H and these members Friday March 14, with her hus-

held fot three years each. She are appointed by the City band for Canada,

was Graduate of the Hamilton Council for each year. She is Mrs. Heming hopes to travel

General” Hospital in 1915 and Director of the Salvation Army, (o Victoria next year to see her

Matron ~in Charge of the emer- Hamilton Division and also a son, but she said “Don’t be sur-

gency Influenza Hospital in 1918 Member of the National Execu- prised if you see the Hemings Bill was

during the last war, Also Chair- tive of Canadian Girl Guide blowing in again next year. We fe All at he

man of. the Voluntary Registra- Association. Recently retired as simply couldn't stay away.” bulla himeelf together. “I've

tion of ‘Canadian Women for the

Province of Ontario: and Chair- Se

pen of ae ota smn |

oluntary ees .for ntario, ‘gy
President of Provincial Council of JUST REC EI VED
a of oe a Fan peas.
e has just resien an Vy re- ‘

Guest fe now Acting President. MOROCAIN IN ALL SHADES .................. PSS OR $1.36

She wag also made a life member ¥ CN ET SREEE SS De F522 eam a "is ae a Sala ia ieee cama ea a at r

of the National Council of Women PLAIN SEERSUCKER .................ccc00.. obs Aegan $1.60

and Canada and of the Local ‘ Deine MRE Rp geet hai eae eke S25 Ace. eee oe A nw op eee :

Council’ of Women Delegates FLOWERED -& BORDERED SEERSUCKER ............... $1.97

from Canada to Scotland in 1938, : sis seH ORI E Lecere sana SRE Caine a eh et tee Neb eee :

when o represented the N.C.W. FLOWERED & BORDERED SPUN ...................... $1.60

er aE 2 I FCC bn as ean ea a Nee ay Reale Ear Sn 3 NORE sey ty oon ea ae
Present GREE, IRIN ule dy gos Caan Siea st ceedw de bbesc sae a hac . $1.37

Mrs, I” ming is now a Member
ef the Board of Directors of. the
Community Chest of Hamilton
(population over 200,000); mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of
Hamilton Unit, Canadian Cancer
Society and also Chairman of the
Committee on Education in the!
Cancer Society, Canada. She is
also a’ Member of thé Planning
Commission (four years) for the

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aughter Dr. China and are stay-



Roodal Theatres acknowledges the
Manufacturer and Exporter Honour paid to this Island by the

Celebrated Actor

MONG the passengers arriv-

ing here on Tuesday from
Trinidad by B.W.LA. for = be

were Capt. China,

China from England

DAVID NIVEN

At Present On Holiday Here

Then See Him in Reel

ing at the Aquatic Club Guest pai:

House. At EMPIRE
Capt. China is a _ prominent

manufacturer and exparter of] To-day Last 2 Shows 4.45 & 8.30

creosote, paints etc.

SLES,

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If you have not seen him in Real

THURSDAY,

B.B.C. Radio

Canadian Lumberman

R. JACK ODORIZZI, owner
of the Odorizzi Lumber Co.
of North Bay Ontario is at present

holidaying here staying at the
Hastings Hotel. He arrived re-
cently by T.C.A. and will be re-

maining until March 28.

Mr, Odorizzi was accompanied
by his niece Mrs. Frank Barber
of Kitchener, Ontario whose hus-
band is an Alderman for the city
of Kitchener and Traffic Superin-
tendent of the Bell Telephone Co.

Before returning home Mr
Odorizzi and Mrs. Barber will
spend a week in Bermuda.

Enrolment
ERE will be an enrolment of
new members at the Y.W.C.A.
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MARCH 6, 1952

Programme

THURSDAY MARCH 4, 195°
11.15 a.m. The Cheltenham Gold Cup
11.30 a.m. Crazy Peopte, 12.00 noon The
News, 12.10 p.m. News Analysis
4.00—7.15 19 rom 2. a % 2M

4.00 p.m
Daily Service
Their Business,

The News, 4 10 Pp. The
415 p.m Rhythm Is
4.45 p.m. Sporting Re-
cord, 5.00 p.m. The Cheltenham Gold
Cup, 5.15 p.m. New Records, 6.00 p
Southern Serenade Orchestra, 6.15 5
Seottish Magazine, 645 pm Sports
Round Up and Programme Parade, 7.00
p.m The News, 7.10 pm. News Ana
ysis, 7.15 p.m. Generally Speaking
7.15—10.30 . 3.68M 312M 494M

Zz 15) p.m. Generally Speaking, 7.2% p ?
International Communism, 7.45 r
Crazy People, 815 p.m. Radio, no
reel, 8.30 p.m. Special Dispatch, ¢
p.m. Composer Of The Week, 9 60 p ;
Ring Up The Curtain, 10.00 p.m. Ti
News, 10.10 p.m, From The Editoria)
10.15 p.m. B.&.F. Preview, 10.30 p.m
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THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1952 - BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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ipecved to arrive here on Friday

e
morning from British Guiana via In Antigua

Trinidad, Grenada and St. Vin-
cent. She wil be loading sugar, ° °

34 Dead: 168 Injured: waist rapio close AT HAND ~ Canadians Told ‘Rest Alene it," nemaug, aren $20 2
Damage Estimated |

Burbados on Sunday night for A film unit from British Foun-
Canada via the British Northern dation Pictures Limited which ‘is

Islands. She is consigned tO making a tour of the W Indi
‘Little=“Drink A Little’ sr ot" * @ rat et
e rin 1 e Lid, will film picturesque or interest=*

“Worki Too Hard Is Bad”’ “JOY” BRINGS an “Seek, Gene th $2
t $2 1,000,000 orring a 4&8 MIXED CARGO hoped that the films will publicy

x . ‘ ARRIVING yesterday from St. 'S¢ Antigua in the United King~»
SANADIANS, who pride themselves on being second| tnicia the Motor Vessel Lady Joy 40m and other parts of the

only to the Americans in their willingness to work hard} brought a cargo which included world. ~
for the extra dollars and the luxuries they can buy, have} ‘*< bags of copra, 35 bags of char= = 74. fame of Antigua’s steel

HOKKAIDO, Japan, March 5,
The United States Oecupation said the Jap Govern-
ment has invited them to provide emergency relief to some











a : ; coal, 10 bags of cocoanuts, 12 : e
10,000 Japanese, made homeless as a result of a strong been warned by Dr. William A. Oille, a member of the} packages of fruittand 8 bunches of Bands bas spread so far that th :

i : staff of Toronto General Hospital and an assuciate in med-} plantains. The M.V, Lady Joy is decided not to film steel bands
earthquake that sent eight tidal waves crashing against 5 ane T pistigned to Messrs. Hanschell, @lsewbere in the West Indies but
Hokkaido island. iene oe he Universe of ; ‘oronto. - — si » hope to make the sequence here

United States army and police he chiet ee a hiner dise S The Schooner W. L, Eunicia also showing the manufacture of the

reports listed the dead at 34 ie eeeaccest oe. Tome wanes SEAWELL sailed into Carlisle Bay with more instruments, how they are tuned

Ga Carni l while the Japanese press listed 22 i attitude to- } fresh fruit, Among her cargo and a band playing in costume.
y VAL ccas, six missing and 168 injured. “More people to-day have trou- ARRIVALS BY B.Ww.LA. — THURSDAY {were 2,000 grape fruits, 60 bags of This feature will be provided by

A preliminary estimate put prop- ble with heart disease than ever "te Br. Gulane: copra and 40 drums of oil, The the Hells Gate Steel Band. Re-

before, and in the past 25 years nee waske Lore on W. L. Eunicia arrived here from cently Hells Gate had a success,

this ailment has rigen from fourth Lt-Cmdr, BE. ETC.. Dominica and is consigned to the ful tour of the American Virgin

erty damage at 21? million dollars.
Grenada The quake and ensuing tidal























































































waves destroyed 1,245 buildings, to first place as a cause of deaths Schooner Pool Association. Islands. “
55 houses were swept away and This increase is due tly to FRIDAY 2
(From Our Own Correspondent) 358 houses were flooded. In addit- LCE ORES Se Sue Bee on Fin aaa .
ST. GEORGE'S, March 1 ’ 7 ee oe : a the fact that life expectancy has C¢. Marks, H. Marks, W. Marshall, S
G da’ , - on 13 ships were damaged and increased from 48 to 68 years of Marshall, D Marshall, A Marshall. R ot wewwvvr
b renada’s masqueraders cele- nine bridges washed out. age, he suid, and that many peo~ EYely™. A Lynch, 8. Gill. F Yearwood, SEPT ESE ETT TET FEY FEIT re
rated their gayest Carnival in A bitter sleet storm followed 0 ae Ge eee M Yearwood, ¥" Yearwood, C_ Parris,
years last Monday and Tuesd ‘ adds ple now die from hear sease, P Pena, M Lucie-Smith, H Springer,
In th i " USSG Sane. Gueee, Pet at uae Drow cny late in life, who a few decades F Catchpole, C Thomas, R Spierman,
tiviti e capital where the fes- the United States airforce plane ago would have died much earlier B Nurse, J | Sanchez. WHI T E H
vities were particularly hectic from dropping 1,000 blankets to from e other ailment. From Puerto Rice: = actin
pe ps refs: FI ay brun- shivering victims. —U.P. eS. minute rest naan thechener Gepianur Taylor. “Ben. e
e, Miss Kathleen Bernadine of aan se s jamin. Clark: , S t h Wh k
Gouyave, St. John’s ruled as Nevertheless, modern condi- Prom Jamaica: co i is y
Queen of Carnival. She had won Nigne = eetas bad ae to do anes Wilkie, Rudolph Van, Derwald
her own paris s a wl 1@ prevalence o ne com- argot Van erwald, elga Winton
the jud - — mage “par ar “ plaint, Dr, Oille warned that ‘ In olden days, the crest emblazoned
judge's fancy against finalist Si ead SATURDAY ’ . oh ed his ;
Queens of St. George's (Miss ‘ . ople w | ? a ee = for 5 ona Knight's shield proclaim: :
Louise Comissiong), St. Andrew’s Ong period of rest at night, “and Pree at. mites noble ancestry. ;
. ’ . § Lever! 5. > rT 5 [ Eve « » a Jone : .
(Miss Jean McLeod) and_ St. OW are |S 2 mining a —— we ae To-day, there is another sign of 3
Mark’s (Miss Mavis David). Four a ae, ae inviting oar Clarence Mayer, Ladislav Tichy . h: h thi h that pro-
others had entered for the title of " : * : disease. Such habits, he said prom Trinidad: worth: the w te ohiske Pp
Teko, Tielen Caries, Allan Moor ervice ‘a * “i se YS oe Me noes tame re pees oe Oates | te bese tomo eee
Teka, Helen Carter, Ailsa Moore aoe pair Rinpes damaged by’ 8 Yi Michelin, White 8 Toppin, P Toppin, excellence has been famous
“Seas cane a Majesty” , , A TECHNICIAN at RCA labdratories in Princeton, N. J., inspects a bean- To gasist relaxation he advised Rs pes Boohaiet,, ee ak for over 200 years.
and Prince ‘Co sort M siiffon Trans-Canada _ Air Lines an- sized electrical device, known as a transistor, \ romi hobbies such as fishing, golf, © Franklyn, D Parris, R Stoute, J
Campbell) as well ry = rd nounces a new “low fare’ daily possible a wrist or vest pocket radio receiver. | stamp. collecting and carpentry. Stouts, B. Stoute, E | Lumb, W Lumb, ;
up when they h iat e Funners~ air service between Canada and the human body, the revolutionary electron What about a ‘nightcap’? Yes, O\Winfleld. G Workman. :
pageant at Cheonaa’ fs gey at ob Europe effective May Ist. re- anything a tube can, according to t says the doctor. M Wells, F. Hamilton, J. Dowler, +?
d § Fark on Mon~ placing the present premium . hiv . oD be st : “Alcohol in therapeutic doses = Hunter, J Hunter, L Cockrane, E 0 7ees
lay afternoon which was spon~ fgre service now in effect across the mighty mite is experiss Se gee . say, two to four ounces of Cummings, A Ferguson, Sir BR Arune a
sored jointly by the Grenada the Atlantic Or Sn’, & ¥ is relaxing» and fel: Eady Arundel, J Humfrey, F :
Society of Arts and Pygmalion ‘4, t tows ee
. - Air travel rates to the conti- QGyrenada Newsletter mildly beneficial.” SUNDAY
Glee Club. At this show carnival nent from Montreal will be the J —L.E.S From ‘Trinidad:
competitions were held, bringing jowest on the North Atlantic air raees 1) Kennedy, J Farah, W. Bynoe, J
together a large variety of bands joytes, F : i Faah, D Farah, D Farah, V O'Neill,
8: ; bs ¥ ol n@s routes. Fare reductions will range tn . : Charles. Glook
and individual masqueraders. gs much as $359.76 BWI for a 2 ° - K Hinhton “a ate t. Goer. BE
Next afternoon at the Market return flight between Montreal e are 1eer oO ritannia Commer, O° Corner, W_ Marshall, B Sole Distributors :
Square the Queen presented the . Griery, H. Grisry, K. Greery, H , = .
prizes and London. Abhes, J. Abbes, GQ. Abbes, Y. Abbes, FRANK B. ARMSTRONG LTD.
} TCA will continue te rate T ee RS] ait iadaanae
enol —_ “jump up” took place as North Str air akes Shape 7 Sonsnutenmanencensiaie mune “- ms
ough the streets after the craft on its trans ' , ( | B b d DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA —FRIDAY
. : n its trans-Atlantic routes ( ym | ) 4 ) ; .
ae ——- poses @ as in the past and will oxi no e ar a Ne) By JAMES STUART Re cn Doreen King, J 1 a
Oe aival” _ aMSs’ a change im existing passenger BRISTOL King, Dr bert Forgan. Christop er f°, SN ' i= i f
nee evon sating acc i r CE 1 7 ; near, eixe! iv “if ne $
and Enard Bay on Puesday add- * ed variety to the crowds as sev- yor, arrangemé ne : - s the Brabazon, Britain’s largest air- say, Leryene Miller, Janet Jagan, Rosa-
eral sailors joined in the fun. rere in .accordance with ST. GEORGE'S, March 3, * plane, was assembled, another big lie "Peirce, Sivian Chung, Mavis “Chung
Carnival. 1952 w: g out eee, nen o> ie Miss Pansy Rowley, Social Welfare Officer, is to leave sirliner is. taking AD, etl ye
arniva as run st air s ae ares . Phair clones . ‘ his ¢ e, the Bristc AY
Bee aoe was nt woveral bY. international airlines, com- the colony shortly for Barbados to attend a conference of eine chim wa fee ac Hi als Se
of which the clangour of steel Plimentary meals and cocktai Social Welfare Officers in the West Indies over which Mr. jip at about 60 tons, has a very ,.PEINP, Hoffman, | Florence gtogman, ; “a 1 ’ ' 5
‘ i . . * . : : ; : s 4! a Sytvia i ° rn 8 o Mu x 7 x » "
bands supplied the dominant Will no longer be offered to pas Chinn, Principal Social Welfare Adviser to the Secretary much more assured future than siairora David’ Blan, Seliksa Blan, Gon- ey : Lact y
rhythms. sengers. Instead, a moderately of State, will preside the Brabazon. vance | Hobson, Winifred — Charters, :
Only incident spoiling the good priced meal service will be made in : Osea aL ee British Overseas Airways have ‘ » Wells, Dion Wells, George Clarke.

conduct sheet at this week's @veilable. Free baggage allowance Mechanisation of certain fea- ordered. 25 Britannias | whieh, *°. Srenaeis satatta | Gimdans
Carnival celebrations took place will also be reduced from 66 .to tures of the Grenville process- Indonesian Ma Go ors a cruising speed of 370 miles No _ hut Bircham, Isabelle sindaay,
in, Victoria, St. Mark's, wae te Pan a deton ; ing station of the Grenada Co— 4 8 y an hour, will be the second fast= Jrivis. | Naxwell Halladay Williamina
early Monday morning revellers e new low A fares from operative Nutmeg Association and _— est aitliners in service on the Malladay
stoned the Police Station build- Montreal to London will be $821. the possibility of local manufac~- ko Moscow Talks world’s air routes, _ OR Anna’ taendert > Cert
ing and smashed several glass 87 BWI “on-season” return and (ure for markets abroad of nut- rs ‘ Speediest service iitin Idenden, Roger Idenden, Pansy
windows. Reinforcements from t© Paris $883.90 BWI “on-season” meg jelly as a table delicacy were WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. re hig p iileaden, Mark ‘Drouin, Jeanne Drouin,
rt in return. Present premiur fares ; Mi hinam ; ‘ : r k , : Backing up BOAC’s fleet Of Guillermo Villasmil, Consuelo Villasmtt,
only a small police party in’ e BP m fares among matters discussed here The Indonesian government Comet jet airliners, the new Bris- dacqueline Garsonin, Elizabeth Garson-
St, George's had to be rushed out are $1181.63 BWI and $1243.66 jast week by Mr. J. B. Heester~ advised private traders in Indo- to) airplanes will give the British !â„¢, Jean Garvonin.
to settle the disorder as there is BWI respectively, with the new man, Consultant on Industrial nesia that it will not advise any ¢ Sation . the 1 eediest ser SUNDAY
charge of this smallest of the low fare agreement between the Development to the Caribbean corporation e speediest s Por Trinidad



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h ° a erner rv objection “to sending representa- yiceg | » world, Nan herwood, Will Watkins, Bathroom Suites .
island’s parishes. major Atlantic air carriers sub- Commission, who paid a short tives to the (Moscow trade Congr viaeh iene, than half’ “the Nora Wathinn, Radald Mranpe-Reakie, i : wee
ject to the approval of their gov- visit. ' ference in, April it was learn fieatrice G Reginald Dodds, in lvory
_— ernments. « ® * here Tue or yen gf the ae ie of Maude Dode a Cuthbert, Russell
Fe “es! z= $ Ow « ; r
Fi ° A ts rer on His Excellency Sir Robert Arun- However the Indonesian gov- eid iaiit at Bawan) as Brit. eee ee a php voor —_ Green
oreign gen dell and Lady Arundell have been ernment will not send an official | in will . euatheless be the Fer Puerto Rico: Pink
; ° d Down created a Knight and'\Commander delegation to the fair. Instead a biggest sities ule” ia this» Mitghell Hutson, | Randolph Lawrence,
Blamed For Riots Catone, Seno ee * the 7% committee of four pericne | oe country for regular airline ante Brnest | Holford, soamenene Clas we White
erable Order of the Hospital of cluding one government officia an aearet ontnen » Lestie Golde » Leslie Underwaod, ,
KARACHI, March 4. BOMBAY, March 4. St. John of Jerusalem. ‘The Lom- has been set up in. Jakarta to pro- wings," the Britannias will probe Neris Jones, “Prost, Elizabeth a calla ae
East Bengal’s Chief Minister, A sharp fall in the gold price don Gazette of January 4 lists vide information to organizations aniy ‘be made in two versions oN oe saa, se Sora and
Nurul Amin last night blamed a here is causing financiers to their names among several others which may wish to send delegates 4.6 to carry 74 passengers the ke
“handful of Communists, foreign wonder whether a major qepres- His late Majesty King George VI to Moscow. Sica “4 thle do ot chebper Antigua: @ Chrome Toilet
agents and political -malcontents” °'0 has not already started: was graciously pleased to honour The Indonesian government 4, po. , _ Charles White, Bugene Abbott, Mar- Fitt
for recent riots in Dacca. Dacca The yellow metal, whieh is Te- by promotions and appointments specified that those who .go to ~ F eet, Nie ings
rlots took place on February 21 Sarded more or less \'as. the’ in this Order. Moscow must be “bona fide” ‘our-prop jets Major Francis Scovil, John Rose, Vi i
and 22. Six people were report- country’s. price barometer, deélin- . * * traders and not persons interest- _ They will be powered by four rustace Newton. Jose Sanchez e trolite Shelves
ed killed and 17 injured. ed nearly ten points in two days A coroner’s court here is await- ed in political considerations. Bristol “Proteus propeller~
to 91 Rupees eight Annas per ing findings of the Trinidad Gov- —U.P, driving jet motors. s
Nurul Amin said in a broad- Tola, which is the lowest level ernment analyst ori examination First off the line is expected



cast that the real issue in the for nearly five years. Silver also of the intestines of the late to_ begin its flight trials in June. > » e
disturbances was not the question followed sympathy declining al- Clayton Haywood, a 20-year-old GUEST: SPEAKER fel decanter, bebeves tat the ne . axes
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whether the Government should most nine points to 173 Rupees Bequia seaman, who died on the chief executive; believes that the

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accept Bengali as well as Urdu per 100 Tolas. schooner Gardenia W_ and _ his : Y Britannia wilh be the cheapest genins LONDON Buyine
as the state language. “The issue Prices in the oilseeds also body brought here. The jury St. GEORGE'S, March 3. airliner in the world to operate. 4.125 — 90 Days Sight 4.7225
was whether the government slumped heavily in recent weeks found that death was due to a Guest speaker in last Sunday —L.E.S. — Oe ais OT ,
should allow a group of people registering an almost general large quantity of undigested food ¢ ternoon’s local broadcast pro- — 4/i5 Days Sight 4.7625 Rubber
successfully to threaten the decline of nearly 30 per cent. in the stomach as well as conges- gioâ„¢mme was Mr: Alec Waugh, 1/3 Days Sight 4.71 -
peace and security of the coun- since February 1. Groundnut tion of the brain, but reserved noted British writer, who was Fi iy G cad 4.8240 (Min, 24c.) Sight — ae on ‘
try”, he said. oil whieh was quoted around final verdict pending an analyst's interviewed by Mr, Gerry Sam- ive rer: a 48240 (Min. $1.) Cable 4.7790
. : } 1,500 Rupees per ton early in findings with a view to determin- uel. : Sc ° Coupons 4.70 (Min, 1/-)
Conspiracy to subvert the state February is now quoted around jng how this condition came Mr. Waugh, who is at present ‘outs For J ca 4.9240 (Min, 120.) — Bank of England | ats
had been nipped in the bud, he | /00.—U.P. about. The Gardenia W. was en engaged on writing a series of Gol—s Vata nee
added. " id ie EN TES route to Barbados from Trinidad. articles for the London Times on (From Our Own Correspondent.) NEW YORK
—U-P. STORM FORCES * - the Windward and Leeward ST. GEORGE'S, March 3. 74/10 Cheques on Bankers = 717/10
When the Grenada Union of Islands, arrived here last week Grenada’s contingent of five . Sight or Demand Drafts 715/10 " >
. SHIP BACK Teachers held 1952 elections last and leaves tomorrow for St. Vin- left this afternoon for the Jamai- 7" 5 0 Surteacy 70 2/10 in Colours
Execution Saturday the following officers cent. He paid a previous visit to ca Scout Jamboree. Coupons 69 5/10
” GEORGETOWN, March 5. were appointed: Messrs J. V. Grenada in 1938 staying ten days, Leading the party is Mr. J. W. 5 Silver 20%
y After 13 disastrous days at sea Redhead, President; R. O. Palmer and this island provided the back- Fletcher, M.B.E., Assistant Island 45 4/49 Chait ae aarti 71 8/10 Pp.
Postponed Captain Dod Orsbourne and a jst Vice-President; S. G. Brave- ground for his “No Truce With Commissioner, with Mr. Dudley ~ Demand Draft 71.65 BARBADOS CO-0 °
four-man crew aboard the 18- joy, 2nd Vice-President; F. M. Time.” His next work, “Where Johnson, Barrister-at-Law and a |. Sight Draft 71 5/10
ATHENS, ureece, March 5. foot dinghy True, limped back ta Sylvester, Secretary; A. C. Red- the Clocks Chime Twice,” to be Scouter, Ist St. George’s as his ag Sores 103/16 COTTON FACTORY
Premier Nicholas Platiras post- Port-of-Spain harbour. head, Assistant Secretary; Mrs. published in June, will be largely assistant. Coupons 40 6/10 4 .
poned execution of eight Greek They had made an unsuccessful James Paterson, Treasurer; and a b o u t the American Virgin The actual Scout party is only 50% Silver 20% TD.
Communists sentenced to death bid to reach Georgetown British Mr, S. H. Roberts, Auditor. With Islands and Dominica. three, the local Association being bts = at $240 to 91 L '°
by court martial last week on Guiana. The True had _ been {hese officers, Mr. C. E. Benjamin, During last week Mr. Waugh unable to send eight boys as was anon o 4% aise.
treason charges. The sentence buffeted by storm, swamped by 1951 President, and Mr. A. E. had the pleasure of a rendezvous oviginally hoped 4°) pr. (Min, 250.)
will not be carried out until the heavy seas and with ripped sailS Williams and Miss G. Strachan here with his elder son, Andrew, The Scouts are:——Patrol Leader , i (Min. ae.)
condemn*appeal is decided by a and leaking bottom, just managed were appointed to comprise the who is a Cadet on H.MS, “Dev- Stephen Charles of the Ist Bye- “* re pag ; Lins alae
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Thursday, March 6, 1952 ,





Merchant Baiting

THE discussion in the House of Assembly
on Tuesday with regard to continuing vari-
ous expiring laws was notable for many
reasons. Discussion centred around an Act
which had been passed during the last ses-
sion according to one speaker “sometime
after midnight”. The Act gives the Gov-
ernor as representative of the Secretary of
State for the Colonies power to control the
imports and exports of Barbados. It was
originally introduced during the war and
was then regarded as essential. After the
cessation of hostilities its retention is no
longer considered necessary nor in the best
interests of the island by a considerable
body of well inforthed opinion. That ex-
pert opinion is not shared by the party
with a majority in the House of Assembly
and on Tuesday the Exports and Imports
(Restriction) Act 1939 was included with
others in the Bill to continue various ex-
piring laws.

Tuesday’s discussion was remarkable
because it revealed unmistakably the hazy
thinking which exists among members of
the Labour Party with regard to this act.
Almost the discussion which took
place concerned Price Controls and Sub-
sidies and the Trade Liberalization Plan
with Canada. Mr. Adams actually gave the
impression that Barbados was compelled
to purchase from Canada up to the full
trade quotas permitted under the new
Liberalization plan, and seemed to think
it relevant to the debate that some West

‘Indians on the delegation to Canada of
which he was a member wanted to in-
crease the percentage of trade that Canada
was. permitfed to have with the West
Indies,

The real danger of the Exports and Im-
ports (Restriction) Act 1939 is the power
which it gives local government officials
to take action which is not necessarily in
the best interest of the island.

For example prior to the devaluation of
sterling in 1949 the Financial Secretary of
Barbados was approached by leaders of
commerce in the island and a request was
made for greater allocation of dollars with
which to buy ahead goods from North
America, Permission was refused on the
grounds that devaluation would not take
place, In .consequence the consumers of
Barbados hed to. pay thousands of dollars
more than they. need have done had local

expert advice been taken. The only reason-
able justification for retaining the Exports
and Imports (Restriction) Act 1939 today
seems to be on the grounds of currency
control. But the Act must not be con-
fused»with the local government’s control
of Prices or its policy of subsidisation.

Perhaps the most valuable contribution
to the debate, although not concerned with
the subject under discussion, was Mr,
Lewis’ statement to the effect that the
importer who bought most cheaply would
find ho difficulty in selling what he im-
ported. Unfortunately, the same speaker
who accused the government of not know-
ing what they were doing about trade,
could recommend no other action than

greater control of merchants.

all of

In view of the evidence contained in the
Price Control Committee Report 1950 that
the “net profits which have accrued to

raders over the past three years are less
than adequate” and in view of the tight
control which the government maintains
over local merchants’ profits, it is ridicul-
1s go on picking on merchants as the
villians of the pjece. Merchants, like can-
dles, cannot be burned at both ends. Yet
hat appears to be the policy of the pres-
ent government which forces them to con-
duct business for profits which an impartial
committee has considered to be less than
adequate over a three year period, while
the greater part of the island's income tax
provided by 139 individuals and 210
trading companies. (Not to mention the
huge “mark-up” accrueing, to the govern-
ent in the form of customs duties on

‘chants’ trading).

So engrossed is the Labour Party with its
policy of soaking and controlling the mer-
chants that it is pathetically unaware of
the unintentional benefits which accrue to
certain merchants as a result of a rule of
thumb control of trade. There has been
for years in Bridgetown criticism of a con-
trol policy which by eliminating competi-
tion, forces the consumer to pay higher
prices but which guarantees profits (how-
ever small) to enterprising and non-enter-
prising traders alike. The ultimate end of
controls is to make traders into unofficial
employees of the governments.

The staggering expenditure of govern-
ment on its employees which is shown in
the current estimates should cause long
needed revision of opinion, What is want-
ed is a reduction in the prices consumers
have to pay. This has not*been effected
by cramping the activities of local traders.
Other methods must be tried, and more
attention paid to the advice of local experts
whose interests are intimately connected
with the prosperity of this island.

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An Argumen

(From SAM WHITE)

NICE,
TOURISTS on the Riviera are
flocking to look ax» Yebbgious cu-

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



t—Why Did He Do It... ?

the narrow, small an architectural style somewhere
down a small flight of between Osbert Lancaster’s Stock-
the blue-patterned broker Tudor and Hollywood
the chilling aus- Spanish Mission

i roof,
entrance,
steps,
font

ile past

pas

and into

riosiy eked : 1 , terity of of the chapel itself. The white tiled wails are deco-
3 a lapel aGesigiuec aba . ¢ : : § i

tee lie ol Chilling it indeed is—~ one’s first rated with black line drawings of
built by painter Heori Matisse on impression is of having strayed St. DomMic,;.the Virgin and
the Lominican convent at Vvence.

Matisse, 82 years old now, is an
unbeliever, a freethinker, a pas-
sionate gnti-clerical. For such a
man to build a Roman Catholic
place of worship is astonishing.
The reasons are as puzzling as
the chapel itself.

Matisse, bedridden most of the
time’ now, lives in a big five-
roomed flat in a semi-derelict
building on the outskirts of Nice:
the building used to be a hotel.

He is separated from his wife
who ig Communist mayor of a

| South of France village. His con-



stant companion is his youthful
blonde Russian-born secretary,
Mme Lydia Delectorskaya—e
ugul-uppead woman wilh a dedi-
Cavea al.
Tourist Jam

Matisse spends ine greater part
of the day drawing on the walis
and ceilings of fas studio bedroom
from hig bed with a piece of char-
coal attached to a long cane. Mme.
Delectorskaya stands by to crase
anything with which he may b¢

dissatisned and the compieted
drawing is then reproduced in
colour.

Apart from his work, Matisse

goes for brief drives occasionally
and tries to visit his chapel
least once a month.

The chapel is a small,
whitewashed building in a
urban street which has been re-
named Awenue Henri Matisse.
When you get there you find cars
and tourists’ byusés jammed on the
toad, and a long queue waiting
to go in. A tall golden wrought
iron and highly stylised cross
studied with crescents and rising
from an open scroll base encloses
a bell. Slowly the queue, chatter-
{ng and giggling makes its way
gazing on the chapel’s vivid blue

at

round

sub-



Nine Gam

(By SIDNEY RODIN)

OVER the snow-clad slopes of
Scotland's Cairngorms today there
speeds and twists a 39-year-old
civil servant,

To his fellow-skiers he is one
more sportsman enjoying his week -
end in the opén.

But Campbell Secord, as he
slithers through the valleys, will
be thinking of the perilous snows
and savage winds that are to be
his world in the months to come

Soon, with eight other men, he
goes east to start final preparations
for the conquest of Everest.

No man has ghimbed far beyond
28,000ft, In 1924 Irvine and Mal-
lory reached that height—and dis-
appeared into the mists forever
swirling round that last 1,000ft, of
farmidable black rock. Graves on
Evergst’s janged face marked the
faflurte of other climbers.

Campbell Secord may never get
the chance of climbing to the Roof
of the World, for not all of the
nine will be chosen to brave the
wastes where many}as never be-
fore set foot,

THE MEN

FOR three months this year the
nine men will train before the
final assault next year on Everest’s
five-and-a-half-mile (29,141ft )
peak, ey are;—

ERIC SHIPTON, of Liss, Hants,
leader of the expedition, He is
44, a diplomat in the Consular
Service and is an Everest veteran,
He has two children. When he
reconnoitred a new south - west
approach to Everest last year
Shipton took with him:—

TOM BOURDILLON, 27 - year-
old married rocket research
scientist





Canadian Cola mam

into a more than usually spacious Child, and crowded into one
modernistic bathroom. The bleak panel, the Stations of the Cross.

Matisse designed it all. It took
him four years. He considers it
his greatest single work and the

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MATISSE
Bed wife, pink altar.

shiny whiteness of the imterior is
releved by pagan-pa‘terned
stained glass, frosted bulbous
lighting, phony-rustic doors, pews,
ane confessional, and a beige pink
slab of an altar with candles
which look as though they must
be electrically lit. It all suggests

ble With D eath To See
The Roof Of The World

thirty - year -old EARLE RIDDI-
FORD, an unmarried solicitor
from New Zealand; and EDMUND
HILLARY, a bee farmer. He too,

is unmarried; he, too, comes trom
New Zealand,
A fifth now joins the party:

New Zealander GEORGE LOWE,
28-year-old schoolmaster, who has
climbed elsewhere in the Hima-
layas.

To these leader Shipton had
added four of 50 of Britain’s best
climbers who answered the Al-
pine Club’s call for the assault into
the unknown:—

ALFRED GREGORY, of Ripon-
road, Blackpool, 38, managing
director of a travel agency. Greg-
ory has sealed the Matterhorn
(14,782ft.) and has climbed in
France, Italy, and Algeria. He
was a major in the Black Watch,
and has a wife and young daugh-
ter,

ROBERT EVANS, 31-year-old
surgeon at Walton Hospital, Liver-

pool, who has climbed in the
Himalayas. [vans is ready to
give up his job to join the Ever-

est expedition.

RAYMOND COL LEDGE, 29,
rayon salesman, of Max-road,
Coventry. Colledge is single, He
has four times ascended to the
summit of Mont Blane (15,800ft.)
without a guide.

CAMPBELL SECORD, 39, Cana-
dian-born economist of the Minis-
try of Fuel in London, married
but no children. He mountain-
eered in the Rockies and the Hima-

layas.
THE TRAINING
THE team will set out fiom
Jainagar, on the Indian border of
Nepal, on a two weeks’ march to
the base of Cho-Oyu, which soars





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lifetime.

vanity—“I wanted
complete work of art and
monument
the driving force which impelled
him to undertake it.

newspaper La Croix
Mafgisse was nursed 10 years ago.

a

rowning glory of .an artistic

Why did Matisse do it?
Well, Matisse himself says that
to create <¢

é

to my work”—wat

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Nursed By Nun

French Roman Catholic

says thai

The

after a major operation, by é
Dominican nun, Sister Jaques,
who is now in the convent at
Vence. He decided to build the
chapel as a mark of gratitude &
her and her Order.

But Mme. Delectorskaya has i
somewhat different version. Sh¢
told me: “Matisse knew Siste
Jaques before she became a nun
One day, hearing that she was 4
the convent at Vence, he visitec
her. She told him of the convent’:
need for a chapel, and he imme-
diately offered to design and deco-
rate one for the nuns.”

Matisse’s friends say that Siste
Jaques, daughter of a retirec
French regular army officer, wa
a close friend of Matisse befor
she took the veil.

My own verdict on it all
Matisse has used a religion in
which he doe; not believe as ¢
means of self-glorification.

It is as though George Bernarce
Shaw, on the invitation of th
Church of England had writter
a Shavian version of the Anglica!
prayerbook.—L.E.S.



26,750ft. into the Himalayan worla
Cho-Oyu is unexplored. It ha
been chosen to test the strengt:
and tougliness of the Everest tean

at great heights. .
For climbing they will wea:
quilted clothing similar to tha

issued to our troops wintering l
Korea, but it will be much lighter
down replacing the finest woo!
Everything must be windproof.

They will camp at high alti
tudes beneath light-weight tents

They will eat lean beef pound
ed and mixed with molten fa
and currants, chocolate, at leas
half a pound of sugar a day —
some men need a pound — an
drink mostly very sweet coco:
and soluble coffee.

They will climb with

ropes.
THE, AIR

MOST important innovation iz
equipment will be oxygen mask
adapted from R.A.F. types.

Men can live for a short time
at 28,000ft., yet some who have
tried to spend more than 2
heurs at 25,000ft. have sufferec
paralysis and permanent injur?
to the brain and nervous system

Oxygen masks “were tried o1
Everest about 30 years ago, bu!
they failed.

THE PERILS

BEYOND 20,000ft. climbers ex
perience extreme lassitude. Thei
brain clouds. They lose the will t

nylor

go on.

“High altitude throat” bring
intense et. caused by the col
dry wind. parching the throat an:
causing a nose infection.

The terrible wind near th’
summit of Everest, measured b
nireraft at 110 miles an hour, can
kill by itself.

New Governor General Opens Parliament

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT:

opened with traditional
monies on the afternoon _ of
Thursday, February 28.
Speech from the Throne was

Vincent Massey, C.H., Governor
General, who had been installed
in a brief, dignified ceremony in
the Senate Chamber that morn-
ing.

The Prime Minister, Mr, St,
Laurent, and Mr. Massey made
brief addresses at the ceremony
of installation, Mr, St. Laurent,
after asking His Excellency to
convey to Her Majesty the Queen
the renewed sympathy of all Her
Canadian subjects, expressed the
gratification felt by members of
the Government, “that Your
Excellency has entered upon the
duties of the high office to which
His late Majesty was pleased to
appoint, for the first time, one of
his Canadian subjects.” Mr, Mas-
sey replied, in part:

“To speak of the high, indeed
the overwhelming honour = of
being asked to assume this great
post is an understatement of the
truth, As I consider the meaning
of the office to which I have been
called, the prestige it has gath-
ered over the years, its role in



to cause concern and to require while
The Sixth Session of the Twenty my Ministers to devote a great and aspirations. The success of
First Parliament of Canada was deal of attention to our external our democratic society has con-
cere- affairs.” The portion dealing with firmed our own people’s belief in
as it. More important still, our exam-
: ple has strengthened the faith of
J legislation ordinary men and women in many
read by the Right Honourable relating to our armed forces will lands in the future that lies open
only to those who keep in their
be own hands the direction of their

impending legislation read

The follows:

“Amendments to
be submitted for your approval.
“Your approval will also
sought for a further Canadian
contribution to the Colombo Plan
and for technical assistance to

under-developed areas.

“A Japanese Peace Treaty has
been signed and will be sub-
mitted for your consideration. . . .

SOCIAL ACTION COUNTERS
COMMUNISM: “The money to
be spent on social security
this year by all Govern-
ments in Canada, and by the vol-
nfery agencies, will total $1 1/3
billions,” said the Minister of
National Health and Welfare, Mr.
Paul Martin. in an address at the
University of Rochester on Feb-
ruary 28, “By itself, this seems
an impressive figure, but the
reagonable level of social expen-
ditures in Canada is indicated by
the fact that they have never
exceeded 5% of our gross national
product.”

Afler sting and explaining
Canada's five federal major social
security measures, which he

this great country whose citizens called, “Canada’s pillors of social
we are so proud to be, I can only justice’ — unemployment insur-

say to you quite simply that I ance, the Veterans’ Charter, fam- I™fantry Brigade, Army Head-

approach my task in all humil-
ity.”

The Speech from the Throne,
read by His Excellency at
opening of Parliament, heralded
among other measures, legisla-

ily allowances,
Health
Age

the National
Programme, and the Old
Security Programme the

the Minister concluded as follows:

“The great question of today is

respecting human

destinies,

“The great achievement of this
century will not be the contain-
ment of Nazism or Fascism or
Communism, or their rejection by
eople of this earth.

the common
The irresistible forward move-
ment of humanity cannot long
be delayed by Communist ideas

or Communist armies. The years

ahead thold exciting, tremendous
possibilities for advances led by
the progressive nations, nurtured
in freedom, and inspired—not by
seft interest not 'b
any blind ideology—but by far-
sighted, warm-hearted concern
for the welfare of the world’s
people, in the conviction that the
welfare of each is the welfare of

OFFICER CADETS TO TRAIN
IN EUROPE: In an_ unpre-
cedented officer training pro-
gramme, the Canadian Army will
send seventy -four university
undergraduates to Europe for the
summer of 1952 where they will
train with the 27th Canadian

quarters announced on February
a.

The plan is one of the most
attractive yet offered to the uni-
versity members of the Canadian
Officers’ Training Corps. - Those






































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THURSDAY, MARCH. 6, 1952

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LONDON. . : Shades
PRIVATE enterprise is the key to success- , in Pastel
ful large-scale development in the British BO0c per 100.
>

West Indies, Mr. Bernard Braine (Conserv-
ative, Billeriesy) told the House of Commons | })
during a debate on the need for closer co-|
operation within the sterling area.

He said that there is one particular place}
in the Commonwealth where large quantities |
of rice could be grown quickly. This was in|
British Guiana.

“British Guiana is producing 60,000 tons
of rice a year but I have it on the authority |
of those who are knowledgeable on the matter |
that something like 300,000 tons could be |
produced within five to ten years if the
1ecessary capital were found for drainage
and irrigation works.” |

Such drainage and irrigation should be the
responsibility.of the State, he granted: “But
private enterprise would grow the rice. And
what kind of private enterprise? The person
who would grow the rice in British Guiana
would be the peasant.

“Tt is in the interest of everyone concerned,
10t only our country, but the rice consuming
countries of the world and the people of
3ritish Guiana themselves, that more rice}

should be grown. Already as a result of a
Government rice scheme in that country
more rice is being grown by the peasant, but
the State can help to create conditions in
which still more can be produced.

“That is the kind of thing to which we must |
bend our energies in the future. There must |
of course be a reasonable assurance that what |
s produced can be sold. That in itself is one
of the reasons why we must at the very
rarliest opportunity regain our freedom to
ntroduce such preferences as we can arrange |
with the Commonwealth.

“There must be an assurance,’ he con-
tinued, “that private investors do not have
idded to the normal commercial risks and
nazards which they are ready to accept, the
possibility of confiscation and that there will
be freedom to enjoy reasonable profits. The
level of taxation in this country has reached a
point where it is very difficult indeed to
find money to finance new development;
current Income Tax practice is discouraging
overseas investments of a useful character.

“In the West Indies a number of the Colo-
nies offer very powerful inducements indeed
to private enterprise to set up new industries.
For example they extend a five yedrs’ tax
free holiday to firms coming in and estab-
lishing new industries. In addition to that
they give very generous depreciation allow-
ances. As a result of this policy a great deal
of North American capital has been flowing
into Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados. New
factories are being set up. That is alf to the
good. '

“But the disturbing thing”, said Mr. Braine,
‘is that very few British companies have
taken advantage’of these concessions and
the reason for that is that under the double
axation agreements, all profits remitted
home are subject to local Colonial Income
Tax which is then offset against British In-
come Tax.

“Here is Britain, on the one hand, urging
he Colonies to broaden and diversify their
aconomies. While, on the other hand, she is

wullifying concessions. designed to attract
risk capital into those Colonies, without
which no proper economic development can
be undertaken.

“The possibilities of development in this
Commonwealth of ours are stupendous. Sci-
ence now is our handmaiden. I was greatly
impressed when visiting Trinidad with the
wonderful work which has been done by
the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture.
The average yield per acre on the best cocoa
astates in Trinidad is roughly 400 Ibs. Over
he island asa whole it is about 100 lbs. an
acre. As a result of the work of scientists
and plant breeders it is now possible to grow
s0coa yielding 1,500 lbs.. an acre.”

Mr. Braine declared: “That is an example
xf the possibilities, the opportunity is un- |.
dJoubtedly there. The challenge is tremend-
yus and I am sure that given the right en-
couragement, the British people will re-
spond,” —B.U.P.

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1952

House Continue

Budget

@ From Page 1
law library.

He said that the community
must remember that they toa
would benefit from a law library
in Barbados, “A judge of the
West Indian Court of Appeal said
that he would not come to Bar-
bados because there was no law
library here,” he said.

Mr. Allder (I) said that they

should not allow that department,
although it was a necessary one,
to cost them more than what was
reasonable, The Government
should not allow it to cost them
just as muah as the agricultural
department cost them to run. The
legal department, he said, was a
consuming one and it should not
cost the Government as much to
run as a department from which
revenue was collected,
When Head — Police came up
for discussion, Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker (L) said they were glad
to have got men from the rank
and file as inspectors.

He invited the Junior Member
for St, Thomas to keep a check
against the Police launch being
used other than for Police duties.

Mr. O. T. Allder (I) said that
if a Police officer was going out to
a ship in_the harbour, it weuld be
mnreasonable to ask him to pay
for a private launch to get out
there.

He said he noticed there was a
provision for tear ges bombs and
he wanted to know what had be-
come of the stocks of tear ga*
since they were being ordered.

He noticed that the keeping of
police dogs had caused the pro-
vision under animals to increase.
He felt that it was not so much
accepted that dogs helped in find-
ing criminals.

Mr. V. Voughn (1) suggested that
there should be a change in the
type of police uniform.

Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis (L) said that
he understood that keeping police
dogs was.a great expense,

He said he would prefer to see
the very valuable work of Girls’
and Bovs’ Clubs come under the
Social Welfare Office and not the
Police.

He felt that if the Police weic
going to carry out raffles them-
selves they should let the public
know how many tickets were sold
and how the money was allocated.
It was not good for the Chief 9
Police to withhold that informa-
on, At least on the score that
they were using public officers tor
wie raifie the public should ow
the results,

Mr. F. L. Walcott told the
House that an Advisory Com-
mittee was going to be set up
to be responsible for the Boys’
Ciubs. They would see after
Such things as raffles and the
Publicaiion of the results,

It could not be said off hand
what wou-d be done with the
money, in as much
be budgeting.

Mr, Allder said that as to the
running of the Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs, perhaps the Social Welfure
Officer had not seen his way to
handle them. The head of the
Police Department -was to: be com-
mended for starting the Clubs.
They would help in the culture
of the children, To suggest that
the running of raffles might not
be above board only ter led to
interfere with the means of col-
lecting funds for a useful purpose,
What should hive been done was
to allocate the amount under
Social Welfare to that Depart-
ment.

Mr, Lewis replied that he never
said anything against the running
of the Boys’ Clubs. but rather
that it was too bad that the
Dep-rtment which should have
been handling it was not doing so.

Mr. C. E. alma (L) said that
the est of livine allowance of
$80,500 was a very great amount,
but he was wondering whether
consideration was given when
assessing the necessary amount
ef allowance, for those police who
live say in St. Mfchael, were
stationed in another parish and
more or less had to keep two
establishments,

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) said he
believed that the amount of
allowance given to those other
than N.C.O’s and their families,
was totally inadequate, Cost of
living allowance to the low mem-
bers of tha constabulary should be
increased,

He observed that the police
force was of a highly military
nature, The police should associate
itself purely with the role of giv-
ing service to the community
and therefore he felt that the head
of that department would be
guilty of dereliction of its duties
if at some time he did not insti-
tute into the training programme
something civic and make the
police realise their civic duties.

Since they had been blessed or
otherwise with that head of the
department, the number of cases
reported of the police using
violence against private citizens
had been increased, That was a
very deplorable state of affairs.

“If police are sent to the United
Kingdom for training,” he said,
“they should not only come back
with alsatian dogs, but imbued
with some of those principles of
civic moralities which was
necessary for such a depart-
ment.”

He said he found it difficult to
cee how a police who went to the
United Kingdom could return
\ he gangster methods of
some other places, .

Referring to the police uniforms,
he said that inspectors were
allowed to wear khaki. He saw
no reason why the Government
should spend the collosal sum it
was spending to make the present
type of heavy uniform, It would
be more economic to wear khaki



as they had to, .

Debate

To effect a dress reform would
be better both from the point of
view of the police and the pub-
lie purse. If they made it easy

for the pclice inspector to acquire
uniform which could be easily
laundered, that style should per-
meate through the force.

In his opinion, the loud hail-
ing equipment was a_ public
nuisance, Mr. Barrow said when
dealin with the provision for
this item, He said that it could
create a breach of the peace more
than anything else.

Mr. Vaughan (I) observed that
the mal-treatment of arrested
persons was very serious and
dqaplorable, There was no orga-
nised crime in Barbados and what
was committed was committed
through ignorance. If such treat-
ment of arrested persons existed,
it should be eradicated. If the
police had to get a case against
somebody through brutality
against them and were unable to
get it through any other means,
it meant that they were not
properly trained,

Replying Mr. Adams said that
for 20 years it was his habit, when
such cases were reported to him
to report it to the Head of the
Department. If police knew that
investigations would be made,
they would refrain from doing it.
Of course some policemen have
struck arrested persons, but his
experience was that cases of police
beating arrested persons were not
as many as some years ago. He
hated, he said, to hear members
speak as though Barbados was
worse than any other place or
€ven like many with such a thing.

He said that the cost of the
uniform the police was wearing
at present was found to be no
more than khaki. Any change in
the matter of unifo.m was only
a matter of taste,

Mr, Adams then m-ved the re-
duction of $8,400 for vans to
$5,600. He said that a mistake
was made as to the number of
vans,

The amount voted under this
Head was $232,668.

Head XVI—Prisons

Speaking on item 17 Provisions
for the prison Mr. C. E. Talma
referred to the small increase in
{the cost of diet at the prison as
against the amount voted in 1949,
and said he had been reliably in-
formed that the diet at the prison
was “the worst in the Caribbean
orea.” He expressed the hope that
Government would make some
effort to improve the type of food
given to prisoners.

On the question of After Care
for prisoners, he Said\fthe amount
of $580,00 could ,nat arya much
aid for discharged prisoners, and
ured that Government should
assist such persons in-more tang-
ible form wheh they were dis-
charged.

Mp, Allder urged more reform-
ative methods at the prison, and
suggested that the hand-carts now
used should be replaced by lorries
which would teke prisoners to
their places of work.

He considered the present sys-
tem of .usine the “chain gang”
uneconomical and opined that the
use of a lorry would effect a sav-

ine in “man-hours and = man-
power.”
The present system, he said

tended more to encour %ge persons
to become habitual criminals,
rather than reform them.

Mr. V. B. Vaughan suggested
that Government should try and
make the idea 6f "prison re-
formative instead of merely pun-
itive, and supported Mr. Allder
in his criticism in this respect.

Mr. R. G. Mapp. speaking on
Item 18, Clothing and Uniform,
felt that there should be some re-
form in the type of clothing now
worn by Prison Officers, inasmuch
as they did not have to parade
like policemen.

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker also spoke
on the question of prison reform
fand said the principle of reform
was a very essential one. He
urged that Government should
follow the model now existing in
the United Kingdom.

Speaking on the item (Incident-
als), Mr. E. W. Barrow queried
why the Prison Officers were not
allowed to join the Civil Service
Assbciation through which they
might be able to air their griev-
ances, and replying to this, Dr.
H. G. Cummins expressed his
agreement with the view express-
ed by Mr. Barrow.

After Mr. Adams had replied to
the various criticisms, and re-
called that one of the best experts
om Prison Reforms had compli-
mented Barbados on the methods
at Glendiiry, Mr. W. A. Crawford
said that “to compare Glendairy
with prisons in Great Britain was
ludicrous.”

He touched briefly on the votes
for provisions and After Care,
and said he wag not suggesting
that conditions at the _ prison
should be cgmparable with con-
ditions ot “Sam Lord’s,” but he
thought there was room for im-

vement,

PrThe Head was then agreed to as
it stood, and $50,798 voted.

When consideration was being
given to Head XVII Government
Industrial Schools, "

Mr. W. A. Crawford, (C) said
that he hoped that one of the
overseers at the Government
Industrial Schools would be given
the benefit of attending a course
of training in handling the prob-
lems of children in such institu-
tions.

Replying to Mr. Crawford, Dr.
H. G. Cummins (L), said that at
present the matter was under
consideration.

The House agreed to this Head,
for which they voted $32,623.
$10.200 was also voted under
Head XIX: Ecclesiastical.

In considering this Head, Mr.

@ On Page 6

“vember 24,

Assize Jury Find Two Guilty O

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

AN ASSIZE JURY at the Court of Grand Sessions yes-
terday deliberated for 25 minutes and found Livingston
Bishop (24) and Adolphus Hoyte (21) guilty of the larceny
of 12 bags of oil meal, the property of DaCosta & Co., Ltd.,

on November 24, 1950.

Norman Lowe (19), who was also

charged with the two accused of larceny on two counts, was
discharged by His Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor who

postponed sentence on Livingston Bishop and Adolphus

Hoyte

Counsel in the case was Mr.
L. Williams for Norman Lowe
and Mr, F. E. Field, Assistant to
the Attorney General, appeared
for the Crown. The two accused
men. Livingston Bishop and Adol-
phus Hoyte appeared before the
eourt on a three count indict-
ment. On the first count they
were charged with breaking into
the warehouse of DaCosta & Co.,
Ltd., and stealing 12 bags of oil-
meal; on the ond count they
were charged with stealing 12
bags of oilmeal. from DaCosta
while they were employed there
as servants and on. the .thitd
count charged them with. steal-
ing 12 bags of oilmeal

Lowe was placed before (the
court,on the first and third count.
The prosecution alleged that on
November 24 the two accused
Livingston Bishop and Adolphus
Hoyte broke into the warehouse
of DaCosta and brought out 12
bags of oilmeal which they | at-
tempted to put on ai waiting
pickup. While they were load-
ing the. pickup with the ‘oilmeal
Lowe stood watch on the ‘pickup,
but when Police Constable
Phillip$ arrived on ‘the | scene
they all ran away.

Pickup Parked

Harbour Police Constable Phil-
lips told the court that on
November 24 about 2.20 p.m. he
was riding a bicycle along Cavans
Lane, City and saw a_ pickup
parked opposite the DaCosta
warehouse door in Cavans Lane.

,
and I told him that I was asked
to drive the pickup to the Ware-
house.”

At this stage the Crown closed
its case.

Addressing the Court on be-
half of Lowe Mr. Williams told
the jury that they had to decide
whether his client was partici-
pating in the offence

Cross Examined
“I have not cross examined
whether the warehouse . was

broken, for there was no dispute
about that. Phillips said he saw
Lowe ebout ten feet away but
when he was cross examined he
said he saw no other person than
the driver of the pickup which
was parked outside the ware-
house.

Police Constable Hurdle said
Phillips cde a statement to him
abcut what he saw at the Da-
Costa Warehouse and Hurdle said
that he was about 20 vards away.
You have to be satisfied whether
Phillips saw Lowe when he went
to the warehouse, Phillips also
said that Lowe made a statement
to him but this statement does
not prove that Lowe was on the
scene at the time of the offence.

“You must be sure that Lowe

was implicated with the other
two accused. You have to see
whether the prosecution has

proved its case against Lowe and
if you are in doubt about that
then you will have to return a
verdict in favour of Lowe,”

He saw Livingston Bishop and ’Mr. Williams told the jury.

Adolphus Hoyte put a bag which
they took from

into the pickup. The: pickup
was close to the door of the
warehouse, Norman Lowe wai

standing about ten feet from th

pickup and he shouted: “Thi
Police are coming.” Bishop and
Hoyte ran away. A man tried

to drive away the pickup, but he
stopped him.

“IT told this man that I was a
policeman and asked him what
he was doihg. I then saw 12
bags of oilmeal in the pickup and
looking in the warehouse, I saw
that there were other bags of
oilmeal. I_ arrested Norman
Lowe,” Phillips told the Court.

The bags of oilmeal were
taken to the Bridge Police
Station, Later the same day
about 9 p.m. Bishop was arrested
in St. Thomas and Hoyte was

arrested about 9.30 pm, in
Thomas Gap, St. Michael. They
were all taken to the Bridge
Police Post where they were
cautioned, |

Each man made a_ statement.
The oilmeal that was in the

pickup was the same as that in
the DaCosta warehouse.

Men Run Away
To Mr. Williams Phillips said:
“When the driver got into the
seat of the pickup the three men
had run away. I saw Bishop and
Hoyte putting bags of oilmeal in

the pickup. The pickup was
opposite the DaCosta's ware-
house.”

Police Constable Hurdle said
on November 24 he saw Police
Constable Phillips talking to one
of the accused. big we fe

icku posite e aCosta
Gisehouse end Phillips turned
over one of the accused to him.
There were bags of oilmeal in
this pickup and Phillips pointed
out to him a part of the Ware-

house which appeared to be
broken,
To Mr, Williams Hurdle said

that he could not remember how
the accused was dressed.

Mr. Ward said that on Novem-
ber 12 he went to the DaCosta
warehouse and found the ware-
house door open. He was shown
12 bags of oilmeal which he
identified as the property of
Dai & Co., Ltd. Two of the
ace were employed by
DaCosta,

Warehouse Locked

Mr. William Sergeant told the
Court that on November 24 the
Da Costa Warehouse was locked
securely. He also closed his
office ang went home, While he
was home he received a_ tele-
phone message and went to the
Warehouse.

The Police were there. He
searched for the key which open-
ed the Feed Room and could not
find it. Then a policeman handed
him the key. Bishop and Hoyte
used to work as porters at the
Warehouse and he has seen Lowe
“knocking around” the Ware-
house, :

He had no order to deliver 12
bags of oilmeal to anyone. He
was not shown 12 bags of oil-
meal,

Sydney Grant (26) of Sugar
Hill, St. Joseph, said; “I was em-
ployed to drive a pickup to
Bridgetown from St. Joseph for
a Mr. King. This was on No-
1951. I was ordered
to drive the pickup to Cavans
Lane by Mr. King. After parking
the pickup two men came to me
and asked me for Mr. King.
After speaking with the two men
I drove the pickup to a Ware-
house and saw another man
there. This man was Adolphus
Hoyte. I parked the pickup. at
the door of the Warehouse.

“Then I saw Hoyte and Bishop
put some feed from the Ware-
house on the pickup while Lowe
was standing on the pickup.
Suddenly a man came up to the
Warehouse riding a bicycle and
Lowe ran away towards the
Pierhead while the other men
ran in the direction of Bay
Street.

“The man—whom I recognised
as a policeman—asked mie what
I was doing near the Warehouse



In summing up, His Lordship

the warehouse4told the jury that the statements

they were accepted by them
lwere of importance when they

Econsider what verdict they were

to return.

Second Count

“The two accused Bishop and
Hoyte were employed at. D,
Costa and this was given in evi-
dence. The| second count rvplies
to them, but on the firs: and
third count the accused Lowe
was also charged with Bishop
and Hoyte. On the second count
you do not have to prove break-
ing and entering, but if you come
to the conclusion that the accused
took the bags ffom the ware-
house and put them in another
place it is enough to constitute
stealing.

“You have been told by Police

Constables Phillips and Hurdle
what happened on that day.
Phillips said he saw the

accused putting bags of oilmeal
on the pickup and if you believe
his story then you would have no
difficulty in reaching a verdict.

“The prosecution has ndt got
to prove each single link of the
chain for you can get a general
picture and from that you can
find a verdict.”

The jury after deliberation for
25 minutes found the accused
Livingston Bishop and Adolphus

Hoyte guilty of stealing 12. baxy ;

of oilmeal while employed by
Da Costa & Co., Ltd., on Novem-
ber 24.

Worry U.S.

By LYLE WILSON
WASHINGTON, March 5

France’s refusal to tax herself
for her National Defence as seen
in various cabinet downfalls is
not being received favourably
here.

United States taxpayers have
taken on a much heavier emer-
gency defence burden than the
per cent tax increase which the
French Parliament rejected.

The United States Congress
voted tax increases in 1950 and
1951. They come to an increase
of more than 30 per cent for
many taxpayers and to more
than 20 per cent for all but a few
in the United States. Those are
umong the tax facts Senators and
Representatives will be thinking
of this week when Truman's
Foreign Aid Programme reaches
Congress. ;

The President wants 790 mil-
fion dollars. It seems reasonably
certain now that Congress will
not vote that much.

Sensitive

An effort to cut defence aid to

France can be expected if the
French Parliament fails quickly
to come up with a Cabinet ready
and able to make good on de-
ence pledges.
; All Sivan of the House and
those Senators who are up for
renomination and election this
year are nervously sensitive to
the implications of the French
Parliament's refusal to lay de-
fence taxes. They will be ex-
plaining heavy United States
taxes to voters in this campaign
year.

Chairman Tom Connally of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee is a typically sensitive
1952 candidate. e is pressed by
voters’ reaction to heavy taxa-
tion in the United States. Con-
nally said “if France does not do
her utmost in her own defence
she cannot justify large appro
priations from the United State:

—U
C.& W. a
COMBERMER

Cable and Wireless defeatc«
Combermere by one goal to nil
i



yesterday. ‘The goal was scored
during the early part of the game
by Sebright at inside left. Com-
bermere had a chance at gaining
their equaliser when given :*
penalty; Mr. Glasgow took the
kick, but Skeete saved.

NEWS IN BRIEF :

Second Flying
Talk Given

A large number of members of
the Barbados Light Aeroplane Club
and their friends attended the
second lecture which was given at
the British Council, “Wakefield,”
on Tuesday night. The lecture
was illustrated by Part 2 of the
film, “Why An Aeroplane Flies.”
This dealt with Forces In Balance,
Stability and Controls.

Forces in Balance explained how
thoust should be equal to drag and
litt te weight.

Three forms of stability were

described, Longitudinal Stability
or pitching, Lateral Stability or
rolling and Directional Stability
or yawing.

Controls dealt with the rudder-
the part of the fin which moves,
airlerons and elevators, It showed
Longitudinal Control for pitching,
Lateral Control for rolling and
bunking and Directional Control
for turning.

The third lecture of the series
will be given at the Y.M.P.C. Hail
at 8 o'clock on Thursday night,
Mareh 13.

* . .

Fifteen-year-old Charles Bush-
ell, who was involved in an acci-
dent at Kendal private road, St.
John, at about 12.30 p.m. on Mon-
day, died at the General Hospital
at about 11.55 a.m. on Tuesday. A
post mortem examination was per-
formed by Dr. Ashby and an in-
quiry began yesterday.

Also involved in the accident
was a tractor, owned by Kendal

Plentation and driven by Leon
Bichop of Church Village, St
Philip.

o . *

FitzGerald Jackson, a conductor
of the National Bus Company, died

4 at the General Hospital at about

6.55 p.m. on Tuesday. An autopsy
was performed by Dr. A. S. Cato
yesterday.

Cy Tuesday Marion Jackson of
Brethwaite’s Land, Bank Hall, re-
ported to the Police that her hus-
band FitzGerald Jackson, fell from
Natienal Rus M—1402 while it was
going along Lazaretto Road, St.
Michael, at: about 10.45 p.m. on
Saturday,

He was taken to the General
Hospital in a serious condition and
detained,

* * .

Wilbert Crichlow of Mayers
Land, My Lord's Hill, reported
that his bicycle valued $35 was
svwolen from outside the Rouen
Progressive Club between 11,90
p.m, on Monday and 2.30 a.m, on
luesday.

* * *

Mrs, Newman, an intransit pas-
senger on the C.N.S. Lady Rodney,
reported that she missed her

odak Bantam Camera somewhere

etween the Aquatie Club and the
Baggage Warehouse on February
me *. * .

A fire at St. Matthews Boys’
School during Monday night burnt
a portion of the window to the
northern side. The damage is un-
estimated.

The incident was reported to the
Police by Mr. Cuffley, Headmaster
of the School,

* * .

The biggest cane fire for the year
occurred at Cane Garden Planta-
tion, St. John, on Monday. It
burnt 42] acres of second crop
32% acres of third crop, five acres
of fourth crop and three quarter
of an acre of fifth crop ripe canes
eight and a half acres of young
cane plants and 219 acres of ra-
toons, which were insured, The
canes and ratoons are the prop-
erty of General Traders Ltd

cz . *

A cane fire which occurred at
Belle Plantation at about 6.30 p.m.
on Tuesday burnt three quarters
of an acre of third crop ripe canes
At the same plantation another
fire occurred at midnight, On this
occasion only 200 holes cf first
crop ripe canes were burnt, They
are the property of G. D. Lascelles
and were insured,

* 7 *

Three acres of third crop ripe
canes were burnt when a fire oc-
curred at’ Mellows Plantation, St
Joseph, at about 2.30 a.m. on Tues-
day. They are the property cf
Joes River Estates Ltd, and were
insured, -

* . .

At Sturces Plantation, St. Thorm-
ar. a fire at abouy 3.30 n.m on
Tuesday burnt one and _ three
miarter acres of second, five acres
of third and three acres of fourt!
crop ripe canes, property of F. *
mevrn of he came plantation, The
were insured.

C.D.C. May Build
Pre-Fab Houses

GEORGETOWN, B.G., March 4

The Colonial Development Cor-
poration building up apace foi
vigantic sawmilling operations ir
British Guiana, hopes to include
pre-fab houses as u subsidiary

Representatives of the Corpora
tion here plan to ship to the
United Kingdom, blueprints of
model produced by the Govern-
ment Architect and Town Plan-
ning Officer, Michael Costello anc
exhibited by the Central Housing
and Town Planning Authority for
experts there, to study and design
the required machinery,

Here it is felt that such a sub-





NEXT WEEK IS MARGARINE WEEK





PLAN A WEEK OF HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY BUY GLOW-

SPREAD MARGARINE TO-DAY

BUTTER

IT TASTES LIKE TABLE
ONLY IT’S CHEAPER.

Larceny

Labourer Gets
Two Years For
Stealing Cycle

HIS LORDSHIP Mr, Jus:
tice G. L. Taylor at the Court
of Grand Sessions yesterday
sentenced 33-year-old Joseph
Barrow a labourer of Valley
Land, St. George to two years
imprisonment with _ hare
labour for stealing a Humbe:
bicycle belonging to Josep!
Taylor of St. Thomas.

The offence was committec
on October 15, 1951 and th
bicycle is valued at $81.81
Police Constable Emerso:
Howard told the court tha
Barrow had six previous con
victions for stealing and ou
of the six convictions thre
were for stealing bicycles.

Mr. F, E. Fiela Assistant to th
Attorney General prosecuted fo
the Crown. The case for th
prosecution was that on Octobe
15 while Joseph Taylor was i:
Bridgetown with his bicycle th
accused seeing him asked him t
lend him the bicyele to go anc
deliver a message.

Taylor lent the bicycie to th
accused who did not return it
The same bicycle he sold to an
other man in St. Thomas and o:
December 1. Taylor saw th

accused and asked him about .hi
bicycle.

Accused Taken To C.LD.

The same day the accused wa
taken to the Central Investiga-
tion Department and after som
investigations was charged wit!
the larceny of the bicycle. Th
first witness called by the prose

'

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cution in the case was Joseph |

Taylor of Weston Hall, St
Thomas, who said that on Octo
ber 15 he rode his bicycle |
town and the accused asked hin
to lend him his bicycle. The
accused said he was living in
St. Thomas.

The accused said he wanted te
use the bicycle because he want.
ed to send a message,
the accused the bicycle and want
ed for the accused at Spry Street
St. Michael After - the
did not return with the bicycle
he 'reported the matter to the
Police. Sometime later he saw
the accused in the Market and
asked him about the bicyele,

The accused said that he neve:
borrowed a bicycle and at. the
CID, Central Station, the
accused said he was not in towr
on October 15

The bicycle he tent the accused |

was a green Humber with three
speeds. When the Police showed
him his bicycle it was painted in

black and something extra was:
added to the bicycle, There was
a different saddle on the bicycle.
He had the bicyele for eight

months and paid $81.80 for it,
Cycle Lent

Questioned by the accused
Taylor said that he lent him the
bicycle because he said he was
living in the parish of St
Thomas.

Sgt. Marshall said that on De
cember 1 he saw the accused at
C.1.D. Central Station after Jos.
eph Taylor had accused Barrow
of stealing his bicycle. The ac-
cused denied taking a bicycle
from Taylor and did not knov
him, After the accused was cau.
tioned he made a_ voluntary
statement which he signed

About 9 p.m, the same day hi
went with the accused to §
John where the accused pointec
out a man to whom he had gol
a bieycle on October 18, 1951
The man handed over a bicyel:
to him (Sgt. Marshall) and gaic
that he had paid $40 for the bi
cycle,

Arthur Taitt said that th
accused came to his home anc
asked him if he wanted to buy ;
bicycle. The accused had a black
Humber bicycle. The accusec
said the bicycle was his and h
was selling it as he was short o
cash.

The accused asked for $40 fo
the bieycle and he (Taitt) hand
ed him eight $5 notes. Th:
accused did not give him a re-
ceipt. When he bought the bicy-
ale there was no licence plate or
it.

He handed the money to thi
accused in the presence of othe:

people. d er

Sidiary need not be'confined t
meeting local needs since there j
a considerable demand for low
cost houses throughout the non
imber producing areas of th
Saribbean, and perhaps furthe
ifleld.

The Regional Controller of th
-orporation, Dunean Anderson
-.B.E., accompanied by H. W
arey, local C.D.C. head, left thi
ity to-day for Wineperu on th
ssequibo on an inspection trip.

PHILLIPS



He leny!

accused |







2 N.P. Decision Is

From Our Own Correspondent

KINGSTON, J’'CA. March 5
Norman Manley leader of the
‘eople’s National Party said
esterday that the decision taken

‘o oust four Red leaders from the
P.N.P. was final and decisive
The P.N.P. leader said: “If the
ommunists believe their ideas

they can form a party of their
»wn and let it be openly done so signed also from the new party

as to end

“double

talk forever”.

PAGE FIVE



ference that Manley hada prepar-
ed his resignation from the party
and Jamaica politics, if the Geh-
eral Council meeting Sunday had
not accepted the Tribunal’s~re-
commendations to oust Ken Hill,
Frank K. Hill, Richard Hart amd

Arthur Henry for Communist
activities, and that the entire
Right Wing membership -of the

party executive avould have re-

on Christian and Socialist prin-

It was revealed after the con- ciples.

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UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the
mysurance Co, | will sell on Friday,
h 7th at Messrs. Chelsea Garage
‘old = Street = (1) 1949 Standard-

PERSONAL

EE
The public are Rereby warned again









giving credit to;my wife, Lilian Hind @ sts, Steady world wide reception | Vanguard, (Damaged in accident) Terms
(nee Pollard) as. do not hold myseli © uaranteed. Pye Ltd. 5.3.52—4n |cagh. Sale at 2 p.m.
responsible for her or anyone else cap GRIFFITH,
trecting any debt or debts in my nam: FURNITURE Auctioneer.
uniesd by a written mega t/t Loe 2.3.52—4n
ae t . —_———
~ , FURNITURF—At reduce prices. Mag. c a
; a ey ‘On | Cedar, Dressing Tables, Vanities, Dining UNDER THE SILVER
. + a Tables, Easy Chairs. At Ralph Beard’s HAMMER
Lower Bay Street. 6.3.52—3n PEPPERMINTS
WANTED j @n FRIDAY the 7th we will sell at the
LIVESTOCK Office of Cecil L. Straker & Co., Spry
nnn FLT 50 cases Peppermints 16 x 7 Ib
COW—Fresh in milk, 4th Calf, 22 pts. |] Cartons each 1 case Sugared Almonds
HELP per day. Apply: 24x 4 tb artons each. Sale 12 .W o'clock

Laurie Greenidge, Foul
6.3.52—2n

Pay, St. Philip. Terms Cash

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers



CAPABLE NURSE--Must
Apply to Mrs. J. G. Taylor,
House, Worthing View

sleep in
Durhan
43.52—3n

MECHANICAL



















—— ——————— ———— —— ~-—_- ] 5.9. 52-2
SL TT a oa
rider cena KUT McHanie—| ,ADDNG Magne ori, Aig eee
Apply to Progressive Bus Co, Garage: 1 yodel almost new. G, W. Hutchinson & UNDER THE SILVER
Culloden Road, St, Michael 6. 3.s9-4n | CO Ltd.,—OMce. 6.3.52—3n HAMMER
SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Gol MISCELLANEOUS eS, eee Tih te onder oes,
lub, Free quarters In at over Clu ential nirintetinantgneniiieminmes F eo”
House, éonteining 2 bedrooms, living | BUTTER—-Cooking Butter in 1 Ib. tins,| Velehes Road her Furniture which in
. 7 > cludes very Nice Morris Suite, 2 Rockers,
room, closed..Vgrandoh etc. also fre: [5 tb tins and 26 tb tins also 2% tb tins} ong settee for 3, with Spring Cushions
light, “Water «a: Taxes. Knowledge o/ | Hom at $3.12 each. W. M. Ford, 35 Roe- Vitrolit aah
’ oan: ‘ . le Top Table; Ornament Tables,
Golf an advarita a hvessing oa. Sis buck Street. Dial 2489 6.3.52—In Liguor Case (Glass Top), Upright Chairs
alify. -Apply. by letter to Seeretary _ a ' ,
Som whor further particulars can b CABINETS—Large Steel Filing Cavinet | iO aceene: ee, Titan Sheen
obtamed= — * 1.3.52—4.4 ith Combination Lock. 5 x 3 ft, $75.00] 80leum; Murphy: >. 0 el) ;
° Za: punk Twin Bedsteads with Simmon's Springs
— lso 4 Drawer Piling Cabinet $60.00 at nd Cott Filled Matt Vanity
WANTED LOAN--£7,000 secured b)| Rolph Beard’s Lower Bay Street . aon mowrenses; var
” first rtga, Yearwood & Bayce 6.3.52—); Table with triplet Mirrors all in Mahog-
en 5.3.52—4n : any, Simmons double Bedstead Spring
- - _ CHREALS—All Bran Corn Finkes,J2nd Bed Hon Folditg | Cot | Cradle
t ; Jan Bed, ne e8s, en
MISCELLANEOUS Oatmeal, Shredded uses yee eeeee Table and Ohairs, Larder, 3 Burner
fp Ung, Ww: M. Ford, 3 Reehuck Sirgst Falkes Oli Stove (perfectly good). a 3
HOUSE-—Wanted as soon as possible S ai Burner Valor Oil Stove and other items
moneras rental, three bedrooms mini ESCHALOTS—Apply: Sarah Murray, All of this Furniture is Modern, and
mum. have servants root in bebere Lane. 6.3,52—1n, | practically New. :
conditiow and os -. etn Tee Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms Cash
ge b, werrnes , 2] GLADIOLI BULBS—Specially selected,
J. FP. Bing Phone 3911. Barclays ee. 10c, and 1c. each, Roache’s Drug Store,| BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.
= 4.3.52—2r | Speightstown, 6.3.52—2n. Auctioneers
8
st. We ant to buy OHN WHITE OFS—J ked
Collec and ments to any amount reall famous Gente Shoes > tun tone, a
for spot cash. At the Caribbean Stamp} fiack and Tan all sizes 5% cash discount
Society; Grd floor No. 10 Swan rk vp to 15th March at Kirpalani 52, Swan

= : ee Sireet. 6.3.32—In.



'Harbour Log

————
4 “KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS, A

BARBADOS TURF CLUB mall shipment of the famous Electrolux

. Kerosene Refrigerators has just arrived. IN CARLISLE BAY
' CORRECTION Call early at K. R. Hunte & Co. Ltd.,

Lower Broad Street. Dial
6.3.62—4n

—! IN CARLISLE BAY

Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch, Sunshine

In the Handicaps published in













the Advocate Newspaper of yester-| juts in tins, Salted Almonds, Saltea| ®. Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Sch
Gay’s date, weight given in] Cashew, Nuts and Peanuts, W. 3. Ford, cata pet. Peeapen OC. oe
Race No. 13°¢Chelsea Handicap) }*® Roebuck Street, Dial MH | piigrim, Seh, Rainbow M., Sch, D'Ortae,
was the , ‘| MV. Lady Ratricia, Seh. T, A. H
hee copied sate Van Sluytman, Sch. Cloudio S., Seh
Sheet in respect of Lindsyd If, Sch. Philip H, Davidson,
whose weight shoulc FORK RENT Sch. Lady ‘Noeleen, Sch. Zita Wonito,
read 118 lbs, and not 128 Ibs. as Sch. Harriett Whittaker, Sch. Gita M..

there and Sch. Enterprise S

A. LEWIS, HOUSES icici
Secreta 0

CALAIS—Seaside House “Ca * Max- M.V. LADY JOY, 46 tons, Capt W.

Parsons, from St. Lacia,

well. From March 1§th onward. ished









xcept cutlery and linens. Apply to Mrs.) 5.5. BIOGRAPHER, 4,073 tons net.
M. H. Grebam. ine 8172. 6.3.52—1n Capt. Longster, from Trinidad
Sch. W. L, BUNICIA, 38 tons net,
FLAT; To an approved tenant—Fur-j ,, saniestin
nished Flat, Large cool rooms, Gas,’ ©"Pt: W- Joseph, from Dominica

electric, telephone, water, Situated near °

DEPARTURES
Hotels and beautiful beach. Special terms} co). PRANKYN, D.R.. 82 tons net,
for long tenanay, For appointment—} cant G.I, Sealy, for British Guiana

Apply: Box H. ¢/o Advocate.
sor 4.3, 52--Gn

MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with| "S; y
Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing. | capt,
for further particulars, Apply to Alma
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sends, Worthing,
%3.2,52-—t.f.n,

One G) WAREHOUSE & OFFICE, Spry
©tveet, Apply: Niagara Factory, Dial 4322

Sch. FRANCES W. SMITH, 74 tons



A’
W. Cook, for Trinidad

G. Parson, for Trinidad
O0.T, RODAS, 1,855 tons net,
W. Van Der Wagt, for St. Lucia



Capt









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} From 8t. VINCENT—
WE OFFER... |i ARBADOS, John Mitchell, Thomas Dulaney, Eliz-

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Hand Painted tugs
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JOYNSON'S STATIONERY
a and HARDWARE :

abeth Dulaney, Alexander Cools-Larti-
gue, Edith Jackson
From = 8t. LUCIA—

NOTICE

ACQUISITION OF LAND

Notice required by Section 6 of the
Land Acquisition Act, 149)

in pursuance of the authoriyy vested
nome by Section 6 of the Land Acquisi-
ton Act 194%, f Thomas Edwin Went
-olonial Engineer of the Island of Bar-
ados, do hereby give notice to all whom
it may concern I have marked out
the lands deseril below, to wit:—A.!
that parcel of land containing one rood
nd seven adjoining lands of
Saint Christopher's Girls’ School in the
parish of Christ Church and bounding
. ~ lon lands of ~ Hazlewood, on eo
= 1A. Clarke, on lands of Estwick nm
ROR SALE lands of the said Saint Christopher's

* Cirls' School and on the public Highwa

DEPARTURES—By B.W.1.A
On TUESDAY

For TRINIDAD—

Addeane Moody, Corbel Taylor, John
Marugg, Margaret Marugg, George
Browne, Jose Pena, Marie Clarke, Charles
Lawton, Andra Nicholls, Kathry Nicholls,
Anthony Freestone-Barnes, Free-
stone-Barnes, Edwin Donovan, Roberta

Lindsay Williams,
Dorothy Ramsden-Jodrell, Maurice Jones,
Yvonne Shepherd, Clement Chaderton
Luis Cortejoso, Barbara Brodle, Charles

St. LUCTA—
Frances

M
For

Colin Knight, Knight, H.E









| in the said lands, and the amounts
and full particulars of their claims



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Cable and Wireless (W.1,) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with the
fodowing ships through their Barbados
Coast Station: —

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Leader, Biographer, Rodas, Ceramic
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to compensation in respect of these
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This is something new

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tb) to render to me
signed by them or thelr
attorn or agent, setting forth the

like matters
Dated the 7th day of Februany, 1952.
Note:—-Claim for compensation must
reach this Office on or before 7th March,

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1952.









service to the community and he/the qd
jtion given a substantial grant.

vote $100,000 for revision of Civi
Servants’ salaries he did not se€/, » e @ uection of the amount
Garage, laundry, 2| why the Salvation Army could not/to be voted purely by way of
get more than $1,200.


























dates the classes that the Govern-
ment is supposed to be represent- | jj bureau

Government would cater to under

manitarian work to appease and

errr ET TT TT
F | LOST & FOUND ,
al
TELEPHONE 2508. LOST
a 3 a SWEERSTAKE TICKET BOOK—Serie® |
emen' N.7250—-59. Finder return same to Ker
t \ : aT ‘ one j
ee Bate Marriage ot Eogermect| = ER GALE fein savers Pines Avenin ern
charge is $3.00 for any number of words a
te 88 and @ cents per word for each AUTOMOTIVE
‘word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 a) IC SALES
between 8.30 and ¢ p.m., 3113 for Death| 4. - PUBL
bo CAR—One Vauxhall Velox 1950 Model,
loclene after 4 p.m good condition. Price $2,000. Dial 2967 very
DIED 4.3.52--3n |
- ESN
CAR—Austin A70, 1951 model. Mileage REAL ESTATE would like
On March 5, 1952 at his} under 6,000. Apply T. S Kinch, Dial
. Rock Hall, St. George. | 8276 or 3070. 2.3.52—3n
Grant scomb His funeral leaves HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom |
a ae, Sued. ELECTRICAL hauise, all conveniences, with party |
today - ‘ e
Loye Bascomb (Wife), Mrs | GEC. FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES— | and cilia Seem.
Howard (Daughter), Mr. Howard] wholesale and Retail. CITY GARAGE | sefvant rooms and storage room under
spor in-law); Civse BascesbEco,, ri 21.2.52—t.f.n. | O@ attractive hillside site, Rockley New
{S6n-in-law); Clyde Bascomb even a odnon: Read. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476
(Bon). 5.3.52] GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR 13.2.52—t.f.n
aes s “ 8 cub, ft. Made in U.S.A. Has never been ON ing
TH ed, reason for selling owner unable CTI
: - ANKS to obtain Electric Supplies. On view at AU
FIELDS—We the-undersigued beg to © es See ore, Cee 8 CAR—Pord Prefect Saleon 1950 Model|the head of social services.
thanks 4o all those kind friends > 6 2". | damaged in uae We ae eeieeen Salvation
ee Se we a anh ue ins PYE” BATTERY RADIOS—6 Volt, just [(2 Gree this vehicle for sae doy th ;
waabieur recent bereavement rived, a limited quantity Call early-[4¢ 2 p.m. John M. Bladon & Company, |t0 satisfy.
Raber ds (wife), Mr ate C. S, Maffei & Go. Ltd. 4.3.52-6n, | S¥ctioneers. 2.3.52—4n | trifling.
- (Brother — =
ccm

performed such social services in
the way of shelter and meals.
it were possible for him to do it,

he would give the Salvation Army
£5,000.

he agreed with Mr. Talma.
said that before Government had
ever thought of a Probation De-
partment, the Salvation Army, at
the request of Magistrates and
Judges, carried out such a service.

sion has the Army created on the
minds of the public that some-
times the Probation Officer is still

oe revived the old question
or

church and said it should be dis-
established.

Education,
(L), said that he was glad to see
Government was still carrying the
efficient scheme it started many
years ago,

cold
children was not healthy,

net, Capt. F. Hassell, for British Guiana. | | J
THELBROOK, 286 tons net./it to the notice of
| that there

8.8. DEFENDER, 5.010 tons net, Capt.; J0hn with its grounds in @ very

Trene Massiah, Major Francis Scovil. |
j

* it did to the Boys’.

Hinds, Ercil Waterman, Roderick Hinds (
Rose'ey Williams. ;

Talma referred to the small vote

said that one would have expected

_ ‘ 1 nd perticularly shown and delineated on] . ose ? ell, Lady Arrundell
feet a et, ; rae the plan thereof dated we 15th day o! gia Pobert Arrundell, Lady Arrundel
el] St. incen | May, 1951, certif D 3 rh ‘ Rat or |
Cnamincent views of moun | Sworn Surveyor ‘ Pe = hava eri PeRDe telene: ‘Gitane \
e - s . " . , ons,
* : | The aid lands have been acquiped for | ee: ae onwyn Apack
* taingand the Grenadine Islands }the following purposes: Extension ci| °° .
Ideal proposition for a retired pl ig for Saint Christopher's} pop GRENADA= é
4 me : n, Duncan Thompson
eouple to operate and live { require all persons interested in the] pop ge, eee as he
amid beautiful surroundings. jeuld lands ag soon as reasonably Rev. Leon Miller, David Yearwood,
For further particulars apply peucticable either— e ; Benjamin Clarke.
‘ ue Winds St. J a 3) to appear personaliy or by attorney
Rooks, Pour Winds, ames. or agent before me to state thc
Phone â„¢ nature of their respective interests

In Touch With Barbados \\



_MARGARINE WEEK

Several Dollars Per Month
by Cooking with
MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE



BARBADOS ADVOCATE





House Continue
Budget Debate

|C. E. Talma (L), said that thejthe House came to consider Head
Salvation Army was performing a;XXVITI Subsidies And Grants.

valuable and gonstruclive} Mr, J. BE. T. Brancker led off

ate by saying the staff of
blicity Committee under
which $33,290 was to be granted,
He said that if they are going to/acted with discrimination.

Mr. C. E. Talma who moved

to see that organisa-|the

) showifig the House’s attitude to-
The Army, he said, accomm0-|wards the bad working of that
Cormittee, remarked that a pub-
such as that could do
people luseful work if it were well
organised and if its staff was fit
for that type of work. But at the
baggage warehouse, there were a
few disgruntled and disappointed
women of Barbados. Because
that system was adopted in the
past, the system of white peopie
getting certain jobs in preference
to coloured; he said, it should not
be then adopted.

There was, too, the fact that
every place in Barbados did not
get the same amount of adver-
tisement and a few taxi owners
were allowed to get privileges
over the average taxi driver,

Mr, G. H. Adams held that if
such a mation ier f bean ae
was passed, wo an
verse vote against the Govern-
ment.”

Mr. F, L. Walcott in reply to

It eaters to the same

The
Army undertakes hu-

He regards $1,200 as a
He said that the Salvation Army
If

Mr. E. W. Barrow (L), said that
He

He said that so great an impres-

geterred. to. a8" “The Salvation | Noseg.WhO, suggEated that there
rmy Man.” . ?
Both Mr. Barrow and Mr. Barbados Government was the

only Government which went as
far as telling engers who
arrived at Seawell and wanted a
car that they must take taxis in
order that all taxi drivers would
get an average amount of work.
He added that Government went
as far as saying that with the
appointment at Seaweli, the per-
son had to be other than white.

giving Mr. Adams pointed out that u
school |through the traities of human

Hot{nature, a policeman might be
tempted to take a bribe from a cas
owner and let him get passengers
before his turn, blame could no

the * disestablishment of the

When = discussing

Mr.

Head XxX:
L. A. Williams

He however
water

felt that
and milk to

water should be used.

He would much prefer the sys-
tem of a hot midday meal and
he hoped that Government would

modify th ‘ ‘eovsite |e Put on Government. He addea
sAitont ais sincaeaieath biscuits that he had always told members
. a f that if they had a clear case cf

Education any discrimination being practised

The House agreed to Head XX,,in any departments, they should
Edueation, for which they voted|draw his attention to it.
$976,403. When considering this} Mr. Talma withdrew his motion
Head, Mr, V. B. Vaughn (1), said|for the deduction.
that the people of the community When Head Miscellaneous Serv-
should be able to say what tyP@hices, the last which was dealt
of education they wanted, He with before the House adjourned
“ i an bs Educatipnal set came up for discussion, two mo-
from the United “erates ‘rector tions er ge lg

He would also like to see some | WT defeated. eee cee
means provided for children leay- | 548&s for Senior Administrative
ing schools to be sent to Ameri-} Professional and Technical Offi-
can Educational Institutions. cers—which gave a grant

It was remarkable, he

can leader of note who has not}deletion were Mr. O, T. Allder,

bees, oqyeeted in the U.S.A
r. W. A, Crawford (C) also

felt that the school as,

children
should be given a hot midday
meal, He said that a little more a, Se patie ten

interest on the part of the Gov-~
ernment in this matter woula|#¢S8ional and Technical Officers.

best i Every cent spent in
this direction was a good invest-
ment, It was ete spend it| deletion was defeated by a 11—4
this way than to spend it i later | majority. Those who voted for the
years in hospitals, sanitorium, etc,| deletion were Messrs, Allder, V. B.

Mr. J. E. T. Braneker (L).| Vaughn, E. D. Mottley and F. C.

implied that the hot midday | Goddard.
meal should be given to the school After this Head was passed, the
child. He said that whenever} House, adjourned until 7 p.m.

mension of this subject was made to-day,
at political meetings the enthu- .
siasm was tremendous.
Mr, O, T. Allder (I) brought Gomez
Government
was a_ school in St, L e R ft
(From Our Own Correspondent.)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 5.
Gerry Gomez, the first West
Indiay cricketer to return. home
from Australia emphatically de-
nied today on arrival here that

bad condition. He said that many
holes were inthe ground and
nothing had been done to make
the ground safer for the children. ;

Mr. Allder also asked that the
Lodge School be extended as it
had a reputation for good educa-
tion, not only in Barbados but
throughout the West Indies.

Mr, C. E. Talma (L) asked

that for many years now the Boye’ | °"¢

} ae ;
jan, Sins, Roundation Schools] ccaara and Stollmeyer, beau
hoped that the new schools would} WTe » in constant

be given priority in the five-year

lan.

Mr, Talma also criticised the
Governing Body of these schools.
He said that this Body paid more
attention to the Girls’ School than

were mo strained relations.

Gerry made it clear that there
were umpiring mistakes but “Wea
did not get the worst of the
umpiring, Australia had as much
‘o grumble about as we did.”

Gerry subscribed to the view
tha, if they had more time at
their disposal it would have been
desirable to play all the states
before the Tests.

Public Works

When the Head Public Works,
came up for discussion, Mr. C. E.
of $180 for Bathing Sheds. He
that more than that would have
been voted,

The question of Bath Sheds did
not give rise to a fiscal survey. He
said that Christ Church could well
io with about three bath sheds,

He said he noticed that danger
igns were placed on certain bath-
ing beaches where there was
othing dangerou He wondered
vhether it was to keep away those
of the under-privileged from using
hem.

Of the teams, Gomez said : “Our

were wrong. The fellows had a
lo. of ability but not the tem-
perament.” He pointed out that
the general standard of cricket
in Australia was very high and

opposition. Every player on the
The Australians
ond efficient cricket. The West
Indies made the mistake, of not
taking a fast bowler on the tour.
In his view if the team had a
veally fast man of Frank King’s
type it would have changed the
character of the Australian bat-
‘ing and given the West Indies
1 better chance.

Under the item Police St#ions
Mr. T. O. Bryan called attention
‘o the fact that policemen were
ised as carpenters and masons to
io work at the Station and he was
‘ooking forward to that practice
being stopped. Such were not
Police duties.

Mr, J. E. T. Brancker (L) drew
‘ttention to the lack of certain
omveniences at the Police Sta-
ions. He said, too, that he was
nee again throwing out a remind-
r to Government of the need for
he Post Office ‘in St. Lucy being
removed to a central site.

Mr. E. W. Barrow expressed
the view that a bath should be
erected in every village of Bar
bados.

Mr. Adams pointed out that the
vote of $180 was only for main-
enance.

Subsidies and Grants
A lengthy debate arose when













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ion teams e bs)
B.AF.A. fixtures at Ken- {f
sington are notified that a }
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Mr, Mottley referred to that as’ © t
discriminatory. This motion for time the score remained at one

opened
ston today with good fellowship | about
pageantry and gay colours. The!“

Sir Hugh Foot,
Scout Jamaica,
The Chief Scout of

Jamboree
Opens

From Our Own Correspondent.)
KINGSTON, J’ca., Mar. 5.
The first Caribbean Jamboree |

at |

Briggs Park, King-|

ing ceremony performed by
K.C.M.G., Chief
who welcomed
the British

Commonwealth Lord Rowallan
took place in a specially prepar-
ed arena built to accommodate
10,000.

Scouts attending the Jamboree

come from Antigua, Aruba, Bar-

bados, Bermuda,
duras, Canada, the Canal

British Hon-
Zone,

The Cayman Islands, Chile, Cuba,

Curacao,

Dominica, Grenada,

Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nas-

sau,

The United King-

dom, The United States, Vene-

zuela. All Cumall parishes in
Jamaica with the exception of
St. Catherine were represented.
The Jamboree will be in session
12 days.

Commemoration stamps were
issu ay by the Jamaica

Government with the approval of

‘the British Government, the first

postage stamps in

the British

Colonies for scouting. The Ja-

Mr. E, D. Mottley and Mr. F. C,, ation by K. Hutchinson, Andr
The other was for $100,000 to| the ball.

maica series depict the head of
the late King.
towards the

Proceeds will go
amboree fund.

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F.86 Sabrejets scored their big- |
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citing though not spectacular game its
Carlton defeated Spartan 3—1 ‘in! @

their second Division
played at Queen’s Park.

Spartan took the touch off but 138

quickly lost the ball to their

for|opponents. Carlton then took the
1 said, | $100,000 was defeated by a 12—3\lead and after
that there is hardly a West Afri-| majority. Those who voted for the! play scored the

resulted from some good combin-

and White, the last named

fixture |

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xX
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outplayed Carlton but opportuni-
ties to score were wasted. At half

ie in favour of Carlton,



Australian team knew his part.| diphtheria, six of

When play resumed, Spartan
continued to press the game, but
this was not to last long and for
the greater part of the second half
Carlton predominated.

From a penalty awarded against
Weekes of Spartan, Carlton then
got their second goal. Porter took
the kick and after the ball hac
rebounded from the hands of th«
Spartan custodian, made no mis-
take the second time.

Carlton again came back anc
Andrews at inside right beatin:
through the Spartan back lin
scored the third goal for Carlton.

Spartan had not yet scored, an:
although they were given chance
of doing so refused to take advan-
tage of the opportunities giver
This was due to the fact that th

there was a rift between Goddard | Spartan players bundled together
Stollmeyer cr that therejbut their opponents, spread ou
were ever two camps in the team.|and combined better.

However about two minutes bc

consultation | fore the close of play, Weekes wh
hroughout the fourth Test which} was now playing at the right wing
proved congelusively that there, got the ball and took a lob int

the Carlton goal.

The game ended with the score
at 3—1 in favour of Carlton.

The teams were as follows:—

Spartan : Wood; Morrison,
Weekes; Haynes, Gibbs, Gittens;
Grant, Phillips, Morris, Jemmot

Carlton: McKenzie, . Porter
Alleyne, C. Cox, K. Hutchinson
Bagot, Straker, White, H. Cox
Andrews, Edghill.

Referee: Mr. O. Graham.

Linesmen: Messrs. T. St. John

whole batting ‘outlook and policy} @nd A. Atkins.

15 I. D’s”
A REPORT from the Depart-

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ime to get accustomed to tight] qay, states that during February

this year, there were two cases of
enteric fever

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Me Donald Bailey—Olympic a rast MM Bergniann, Leach

By Derek John a eee : ae Coming, To B’dos England 7" ‘Team



1952






















er He i eal Ik fror equall the
ea nine AA a Barbadians will be able to se
in V tine - maatiitias 10 ne Richard Bergmann and Johnny es a e

came I t AT Soy e eee , Leach, World Tabje Tennis Cham-
In the Ws ent teak wet to record pions, in action in the island.
known his prowess as a ing k ae a. ed t t) The Barbados Table Tennis As- By Dennis Hart
sprinter ¢ ct . ce a a ee mee Te He ‘ sociation received a letter from
hig native t r i. ? fe sab y the Trinidad and Tobago Table rn
soon becar ‘ murite , His oe a oe oa 0 a = to kee Tennis Association requesting that LONDON, 19th February,
with Athletic { . 1 this & oe te - Seaaie bade itt I Barbados subscribe $1,100 as the On March 26th, the football Association will send a
country, and the name LAC Y®# ~ Md tin tha eenid od fir island’s share of the expenses in team to Amsterdam to play Holland. It will not be Eng-
a yn tod crowd at’ the never rin again. Bailey refused Send him a Ry SURES ee famous play- _—_land’’s first eleven, but a ‘B’ side and will include many of
ante tee Ok ecept this verdict. And, after | ee Se Be Ne st e the promising younger players who are on the verge of
that was the fastest thing in ong periocs oO mnipuli "to use ‘ Through the instrumentality of International honours.
the without wi Afte1 aS WES | ee eee enters enei and ea

the war, International honour: in the 1948 Olympics,



vies Advecate’s Table Tennis Cor-
































: ; Britain, “the Ww! 1 } I respondent, the local Association _ The date of this game is £34,500 inside left, who has al-
ciime his way. This summer, he ran for ritalin, Ww has been fortunate to get Bottlers extremely important, for just over ready played for England.
will be one of Britain’s main ccuntry of his adoption vould His first comp on th t | (Barbados) Ltd., through their ® Week later, England play Scot- Brentford half-backs Green-
hepe t the Helsinki Olympi« Succe a be oaegge re a en will be at the indoor mee al representative, Mr. Charles T land at Hampden Park..A good wood and Hill, are under con-
Games. eee: Se ‘ aoe ade eeainst Harrmgay on March 29 Ray, to sponsor the tour. performance in the Holland game sideration and so is Hewie Charl-
iI-health. But misfortune over- Where ne will rum in the 50 yard This is a welcome move as the on eae 5 aie * player's ton’s South African full-back.
him again. He developed “as! Poe eae Barbados Table Tennis Associa- pig peler oay play
; under his arms, and although | Phi ; . 1e AE % a a “a ae tion was not in a financial position Enwiend teak by ho adieu aac
he won his way through to the ' nd. vay a ocd a ae as st to sponsor the tour. itself
al of the 100 metres, he was oi voestion. Whilst in America The B.TT.A. through their Sec- _The last full International
BCR SOM. last year, he competed im an in- retary Mr, Christie Smith, is get- England played, was against
In spice of a:t, ne insisted ©N anor meeting in Washington and ting ahead with arrangements for Austria in November, and while
ompeting in that final, but W@S yealised the enormous value to the tour. the defence gave a creditable dis-
unable to gain a place British athletes of staging such - play, the forward line was very
The vast crowds at Wembley events in this country i ne ean nap he tae eae cant 8 out of touch,
were disappointed at Mac’s fail- He pointed out that the English en Sect They will visit The Amsterdam eleven will not
ure, Most of them put it downM ¢jimate allows only a short out- 2 aa - Britis! G ie Trini- be named until March 3, but al-
wo a recurrence of his leg injury, door season, about ive months. Br DACOS, a i. -_ Jamaica. ready a number of players have
not realising that every time he Athletes may devote winter dad and Tobago on ‘ = been told to put their passports in
; moved his arm he suffered M- montks to road work,’or even The stay in each colony is expect order should they be wanted.
tense pain. They wrote him off cross-country runring but they ed to be about three days. Forwards named include Har-
as finished, and the general suffer from a lack of competi- This will be a great opportunity mer, Tottenham’s brilliant pint-
opinion jin) stiletic “‘wircles was tive. track rack eae ee for the islands to oppose the sized inside-right who, but for
that he would drop out of big that indoor meeti: vill end World’s best and for the public to his frail build would eurely have
time running. ; ; this defect, ; witness,the class of Table Tennis been ‘capped’ earlier this season,
Indeed things did look black Britain’s Helsinki hope ore | aah at the World Championships. Holden, Burnley’s centre forward
rh be ee aT oe ae a oe ay Bailey pcre ap a po ae | The records of these players are who beside scoring goals, can also
1c yards oO reaioar a or } 1©@ doe tnere i no a nan B vo . nr aero a seewart}
both of his A.A.A. sprint titles, in the world to touch him Jas follows: Bergmann: World Sin-! hold a oe ee ype co
the 220 to McCorquodale, the Sports’ writers have run out of jgles Champion in 1937, 1939, 1943 | the Shefie ee A i. Ww inesday’s
mnt superlatives in trying to describe and 1950, French Internation: ui! and Sewell Sheffield Wednesda}
Again Bailey refused to him. He has at different times a ik e ; Champion 1952, England No. 1)
- ~ acknowledge defeat. He trained been termed the Trinidad Flyer, Ll. | player 1952. Johnny Leach: ge
McDONALD B. harder than ever to overcome the «the Black Flash, and the Sepia - 4 wis ‘ c b : s mpion in 1949 and 1
a setback, and sheer determination Streak. But Mac, of the pearly 2 Saas Ota? a4 or mate a ane fae yn eon Fee aaa |
®. McDonald Bailey, for he was «nabled him to recover his fit- white teeth and flashing smile aeeAal in Sabon E "biela Gens a enbul t ‘908. eee
that young West Indian, is now ess, so that the following season knows that endeavou not ad- _7~ ee ee PAA oye eee = shi ne | |
jomt holder of the world’s 100 he was able to regain both his jectives, win a and he is 7
metres record : at 10.2 seconds titles. Since then he was gone gol ns . mt r WHAT'S ON TODAY



Titian Is Still ‘Hope’ For ‘Triumph’ Gardner On This Form so ere
It ts More Valuable Than Lincoin Can Upset Allen a ee |

House of Assembly 7.00 p.m.

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By RICHARD BAERLEIN Abbott will decide to run his at Lincoln, Justice Jury will be h d
LONDON, February 19 colt at Hurst Park and_ so receiving 18 lb. That is fair han- . . ASSIZE DIARY are just the thing you woul
The new Lincolnshire Handi- strengthen the weak English de- dicapping. Precise Punching Beats Sckena 3
cap favourite, Titian, has never fence. At Ascot over the Hunt Cup FRIDAY want for the ordinary every-
won a race beyond seven fur- Whateve: Gordon Richards course, Titian ran fourth to i No. 17 Reg. vs. Keith Wal- m
longs on the flat, and his dam, decides to ride in the “Lincoln” Fastnet Rock, beaten 11 lengths iy George Whiting rond : :
Red Garter, was a sprinter. would be favourite at this early and receiving 3 lb. The difference No. 22 Reg. vs. Leopold Small day occasion .. ..
She is, however, by that great stage. The champion would at Lincoln will be 7 lb, LONDON. prays for straight rights, and No. 34 Reg. vs. Rufus Alfred
sire of jumpers Knight of the have gone through the form At Dongaster Titian was han If Terry: Allen hopes still to be Terry Allen is no slough in this We also have MATRONS’
Garter, and, though Titian is by book thoroughly before accept- dicapped to give Lianstephan 13 British fAy-weight champion respect. ‘
Nearco, his dam's © influence ing the mount Ib.,, and they finished together. after March 17, when he is due Gardner, in my book, woukQEe]?""°"""" { HATS
should ensure his jumping abil- It is in Titian’s favour that he In the “Lincoln” the difference is to defend his title against Teddy every coe making ao ¥
ity. Nearco has already produced comes early to hand and has 9 Ib. Gardner (West Hartlepool), he punches finishing strongly, an
another promising novice hurd- shown his best form in heavy Over the Old Mile at Aséot had better polish up his defence employing a en a WEATHER REPORT 2 " .
ler this~season in Scarpia. going Titian ran third to Turco II and against one of the quickest left- that often had kena going the of
Titian is still one of our main Last season he ran eight times Kameran, with Expeditious, hand body punchers in the busi- vrs rr " * YESTERDAY ¥ A very wide variety o, prices
ha@pes of defeating the French in and only once did he run in a Malka’s Boy and Dolaincourt be- ness. oubt if there is a boxer in :
the Triumph Hurdle on March 8, race which was not seven fur- hind. Malka’s Boy and Dolain- The hook to the solar plexus, Britain more capable than. Rainfall cram Gosinatn: oe
and will need another race over longs or a mile. court are both well held by often attempted but seldom Gardner of making an opponent Total rainfall for mon
hiirdics before then becaise he That was over six furlongs at Titian in that race achieved with accuracy, brought look foolish with a flick of the date: .29 in. + 85.5 °F
is%still an inexperienced jumper. Manchester, where he won by a em Gardner in sight of a sixth round head and a quick slither of an Highest eee ae op
rhe “Triumph” is more valu- head from Neutron, to whom he Titian was mot disgraced in knock-out at Newcastle in his elastic body. Lowest Temperature: -
than the “Lincoln,” and was givin lb. Justice Jury being unplaced in the 2000 European title fight with the [If fault must be found, it is that Wind Velocity: 8 miles per
thire are 18 days between the another “Lincoln” candidate, was Guineas, but ran one of his best French champion, Louis Sckena Gardner occasionally ducks a lit- hour. i 29.977 (3 CAVE
two races so | hope Mr. B. A. four lengths away, receiving 8 Ib; races of the year in the New- and I never want to see a more tle too low. Sckena, after three Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29. (
=_ aie ca market ones in Sy woes precise or better-timed punch a hitting —t more p.m.) 29.889
* running ilwyn to a length and Jimmy Wilde could not have solid than the air, also tried a E
¥ M.C4’, OPENING HATS a half, giving him 7 Ib. improved on it. little ‘body bobbing’ in unison TO-DAY SHEPH RD
= In his first race of the season Swaying his head to the right with his opponent, and there were Sunrise: 6.20 a.m.
over seven furlongs at Kempton to avoid Seckena’s left lead, Gecasions when the pair looked Sunset: 6.10 p.m. & co LTD
in heavy going Titian beat an- Gardner whipped im a left hook like two puppets on one string. Moon: First Quarter, March 2 ” a
other “Lincoln” candidate El bang on the “mark”. At once ‘These, however, were minor; Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

Ayashy, by two lengths, Un- the Frenchman’s knees buckled blemishes. If Gardner is in his | High Tide: 2.51 a.m., 12.16 \|
placed that day were Malka’s and, lurching forward, he crack- “Sckena” form on March 17,/ p.m.
Boy Lianstephan and Stratolight ed his brows on the bald and Terry Allen will have need of all Low Tide: 7.06 a.m., 8.00 pam. |

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all at level weights. shining pate of Gardner. the arts and crafts he has ac-|
Fl Ayashy has now changed This double disaster had quired as a former world cham-
tables, but has only #4 1b. in hand Sckena down for a count of feur pion. Cel
for the two-length beating; sub- and plainly in trouble. Rising SOP POOP FPOIOS POPP PPSPS SSS FSSSSSLE SSO SSCS?





sequently he appeared to lose all defenceless and on rubbery legs

form. he offered Gardner a wide open Be

iti st alien een that Titan chin—and Teddy coolly collected Maine at Patty

Tea ddlidieed: on Alb pes due and proper dividend with his

Saige: Har tac a. hig, vowln, rips hand ‘ ab io cep rene March 3.

fully built colt who requires a ne Pe th py: yk chat ge oe AP es, ‘ene Beas Sent

lot of riding and they have the Py 20 rise at clght but was cnly ee tee so See te aoe

right jockey for him this time halfway perpendicular and gop" Budge Patty hitting strongly off!
Good rider though Sellwood ne a blind man oo, bis ee Se ee

was, Titian always “appeared to eatin heat ash oh i ita nee

overpower his jockey last sea on oa tl ercldental ith ce Py nthinie sande — fight

overpow his jc Se: * gised for the accidental clash o e a good in

Fuvien iin diseace, tat be will heads, and it was obvious that his match with Savitt ‘but

be ‘one of the fittest ‘horses in ‘the sg ge age eS cairn ioe.

Sia eee re een one mild form of concussion for many guns for him.

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dit caiies Ganith out in twelve nees, but this punch can be™ The finals of the Women’s Serpe: Dial 4616
vhile Pat King aA, sabe ce ingerous to it creator, A Singles, Men’s Doubles and Mix-} 9 : oe ¥ 9
rood performance ee fous k moving counter-puncher ed Doubles play tomorrow.—CP)| *: 0 SOBEL OSES ES
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PAOF SIX I1ARR.VDOS ADTOCATE THITISDAV MARCH t 152 CLASSIFIED ADS. TtLIPHONl J50. •a, Marriaaa at •'• %  • Mi Ml C*rfb Calling IW aa—abaa 01 www ant. Mr -ord ( aact. | . *%  PMM %  1111 far Daaab DIED funeral *avi ia> tor l Jn*-< Oil tart/a Ba.rr.b .Wd Howard Oaitfhlrri Mi lion-In-tan i da THANKS rwi*h ar* th*-MHi*r• lea 13.000 Dial Bar S I* Jr. T S Klnch DUI BLKCmCAL ixc rt-A_sHi.min HATTTJIII*' IKXIRAJ rj.*TRiclUrxmrKAioH cub n Mad* in USA Ha* na-var beai rd. raaaon lot Bflimg nwntr i.r.*.b. > obtain Dectrkr V.plMa On .lew a %  aWl DTMfl Sfc>ra. SnnhHln.r. liATTP' | a l.mlll qu.ntit) HMM Ca. in *. 3 I. n l*YS BATT-TIY RAIUXA •mipna-M M < dtl lv, tiers FTP. RAPUM ISM model. n opminc •• Malle. Radio Drpa-t' a* -liiirn fa) Brtiadiaatinj Hboritiaa IN JUUI Bntuh Guiana .llah l^duix. Air*, ale after mi-i .11 Steady -.aid wide rr*ra*i.r. -I..1IM ft' LM ft 1 Uwjanmm HELP CAPAIII r st-nsE-M i M % %  — %  !" %  '• %  flgST n WAl i %  Apr.. I" Pi i >MV< I OulUalrn H. U.1C *ECRTTAHV MAN\I BorkkrT On* C.ulPr-quart, n In Plal over rI !!".••. (ttMalBlnl I bcdI-Om. ii.i'ia -%  %  • V llft-.t, *"T .ad TaM K.ot.slr a. Ooif an %  dudua. iraaabbg wilt di ejuaUfc. Apt>i t I'iKi i'< Sat-ata" fr,-wh< Iu ilara ran V •bL-aard. IJaH' MlSUalXAN'KOUS HOUBS Wanted aoa ap. rnodrraia KnMI dllW hedi*-ii. conditionand aanae Pralrrabl Mill. HolwvtlW. Weiehe. Dletilat J P H*aWU. PtvorDIl lianlay, %  *TAMf-W wan) lo b-iy ium> I'v-ili—tnana and eMinvnu In any anwiu lo* apo* taatt Al th* C-inhbe.ni *ln Inrteta, fid B...I No 10 .ir. Slieat njRNRIMU. miNtTt'FJ Al rrduer phm Mag l. IHf.lnc Tables Vanitl". Dlrtlnc Tabtaa. Baa* OMITI At Ralph Deard I -war bay SU-aat %  J B k> A5R MECHANICAL UXDINO MACHINEAmrrlMn Add ixhlnr bv SanlUi^OTona Handv lUnd UMii •II..I I '• Q v. ii.nn,.. ( MUCXLUmOOB "'lTTF.lt <:ooktn B.'l tb Una and fA tb Una I m at B It rach W 1 i . AU* DUI MM r*riKm i-twi run ,lh CmMutiM I**ch ft %  : I*. D-wr Plliiaf Cahtnri i-..lBl. B**rd Lowaw Ba. Btr W M rUrd. .'ft Hocbatk TMi r.I^UlOi.1 IULM Bp*rkallv <.Lil I0V aaid lip Mth Boarlw • Dn.( *'rr ii ifh-atomi • %  kV-tB BAKBADOH TURF CM'B COBftECTION ID tkt HuOdlcop 9 pubhsliiHl U th* AWTWOAI* Newspapci of yfMtcrdmjr'i dMU. Uk wi'lithi niven Ract No. IS fCh.-i %  • i Hun Kit tncormMly copied onto H HandUwp Shiwt In rpct tt Walprbwll, whPdo weight shoul' read lift lb*, and not 128 1b< il nientlond there. .. ^O. A. LEWIS. %  — Secretary Jr^H^ WHITR SHOVS—Jal uno. vorM laanoua 0*nla .Um in Two Tna. %  and Tan all -I LeCT A For ^ i^oiise Continue Budget Debate LOST %  w um TAiii. TH IM HI H S\PIS REAL ESTATE Brand nrw. %  ova fcn fcaa. ail nal ullln/ raon arfVBAl oa annKU* kltlMdd randan, kilt •w. jlinan L)| Mid tnal the Army ua> perl .odljU? .inu ULiJilrurUve 'hCTMcv to v aim ho ., %  %  •_•Ma tubatanUal .rant li<.-.iid tlui if they ire guing to '[vot iiou.ww for rawiaafla el On j hfi vanu aailarups he Oin Ml *•** I why Uut Salvation Army ^„.,ui Ml (KVI more tnan tl.l'WU. The Army, he aaid, accommooWnaea, RoCkl'T Mw At'CTION CARFo.d ITVIKI BaMaDn Me Modal ijpnaird in aicaflanl W arr iritrvictd i. orT.r Ihla Vfhvlr for *al* h. l aWn I McEn—wpl Onraa* an m> Tin 1 pa John U BJadoii A a. %  ..... ia *n UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ftf Mtnartama roeaivod tr-m tn purancw Co. I wiU aall on Friday hrrti Tlh at MaaanCt.e.at* Uarad' fetloid IUNI Mi let* eundard' Vaniruam lDlia—d in annl-nt' Trrm. ftabr -ill." VINCDTT ORirrTTM. i UNDU THE SU.VEK HAMMER rrFFTetiisT'i £ rHlI)AV tna 71h wr will Mil .it th of Cacll L Sirahai A Co *pr> ft* eaata Pvppmninu H I It %  naaa rh I caar SugairJ A Bind la lb attonatwrh Sala II Mo flack •KANKKR TROTMAN ft CO. Auflknnaa** U^an UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER On TVMDAY Hit. by order at Mr. T. r Hrnda wr will aall at "II R>po-o Wai*h K.d h.r rurnitu'o whiab Inc ladra vry Nl Mnrrfa Vilt^. t Forkara •ft Vtuw lor J. with Sprint Cuahlom Vajrolllo To Tab*. Ornament TableI.MJuor C-w iGLaaa Topi, Uprllbi Claall in Mahoffany tUiga. rVturaa, Con aoanim. Murphri MadM. HfM Modal• Twin Badataada with Bimmanl eprinaa •td Cattoai Fltad MaUrnaan. Vanlly TabUIUi titslri Murora all in Mahod-n. flirunona doi.Ua B>diU'i. 1 It..inn Falkn Oil Won ip*rf*-rt!t foodi. a 3 All ..I ...I Madam, and %  %  NLiCS. TROTMAN ft COk-J(*F'-F nRTBloKKATOPIB A ikill inlpmatal of tho lurmui Kiretrolua %  'I'dafftor* tiaa jut* irrlvad K H Rairto Co. Lbd.. l*w*r Bioad etiwl Dial NUTl In tin*. Bailad Alm.ir.da. maWa d < ni.a. Hut* and rVaaatv W fl Pord. llo-*.aR traat Dial M* • ft ftw-Fn ron itii:>i CAIJ.IAH--. .j lloua* %  CaVaii" Max. IMh onward Tiimtahrt A I'l1 l" 11.1 • i o i ad tana n t Pur Plat. Law cool room* Claa. i-.trk". Irlafihona >at*r Slluatrd naai lotrl* and baautlful beach Saactal taam. %  in.lulu.. .1 Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Srh Man F It.-He! don, Brh nurwr.. a ARI.lat.F TtAY .darfiil Co'inw.! leni i i '. %  % %  wr OFFER CvI-r [' .nd P'int'd 'ug FALCON WARi; Mid. %  Rttpl-nd Pt Caparlly — $R.M I pt — 5'flO Cflch PLXftrH BY THE VARI1 fti cevra1 Colour* Mlinl a I ii I..M i aa BABBW MH I till SALE hotel In SI Vaaeant wnti B_^T11fWt,t n.-.i ,t mnoi.. BUBdand lite ararudina blandIdaal* r>r ^po'imn lor a rdlrrd coutflr tr opL>raw> and 111* anid brad'iful auroiiiiniinai POT furti.ai ..oak* IV idJ "' Jama* Ladies and linillrnu-n Thb l. rthlnj neu WHO \.-uld Dot like •a a beautiful Lome: Win, would not like everything %  Tounn ihortv %  >! (i and attractive" Then uh. not have y CAIXERY COLUMNS, FLOORS, SIDINGS, DRAW BOARDS .ind SINKS itone'ln MOSAIC UK IERAZZ0 CULTURED PEOPLE love IT Eraquirr at RARRAfKIn OONGRRTR HdBKs LTD. BUck Rock. • ma b) ,,ia n 0 ( Ilia Land Acqm.i on Act I***, I TtMHia Ida • %  > Warn .lor.ul EnavaaaT of Via lalaad of Bar %  ' may roiiMm thai I bava laai Had oul ". landa daaenbad baio*. to ait -A t parral of land ronUUUnd oua rood %  t aim prrchaa adjoining !imli o r .ml Chrtatophar'a OtrlJSchool H> th. mh Of Chr-t Chuii-k and boundm. Lnd. of M llarlr-c—I on Undo a fUrkc. oi. I_ndi of Batwltk Kirt i Unda nl tbo tald H ..r.l i I !.,nV 'il*' Brlio.il aril or, Hi %  ( .1 Il-.gha I ttom>-. at a—al b*f>a txa to atabr Hi Italui* of thc-lr ra*patia inUraitIn tba aanl land*, and tha amount* and full panttu-ara of than rlmi. to companaation n talpact of llii-ar intaeaau. dl 7th M WHAT THEY SAY! 4! Qam Coobar THI I'lM HONIT I'VI avia -i • s i thia ipaca ... i'rl. .iiitbaiitH quObMaOBB ... *n tbaaa Cooker. a| t.-. Bhowroom.Wh. m.t %  *!.. thrm beforo a|| ,-, KauUxiw M fcb D-Ort.w M v L-dy Batrtria. Bah T A H Van Shvtman. 8ch Clowdio S BCK Undiyd II. 9cti Phhliu II Oaildiu.n. •arh Ladv Noalaan. ch Zlli Wonita. •Uh Harriett Whiltakaf. *h Olla M ..nd Vh Inlarpataa %  MMfjVfLej M V LADY JOY W Ion.. Cut W Parana. Irani M Luala DIPABTIMSth r-KANKVN. D R tt ton* aj| i. s,.ly. for Hritun ilu. vh rmAMCSB w BMITII. I et. [apt F Hauall. for Bi .titti Uul w V ATiin.nHooK. MA ,„.. t 'apt W Cook, for Trinidad 3 I DEFCNDCR. Ult Ion. nat. ( I Paraon, for Trinidad O T Rttt>AA l. tor. net C V Van Der Waalfor Bt I.u-ia Seaivell ment ut suppoaed to be repreeeotIng. Il eatiis to the mintpeople Ciuverniiieiit would cater tu under the head of aoclal ayvta Army undertakes humanitarian work to appease and satisfy. He rvgiirds *l.2uo M a tnflins. said that the Salvation Army performed such social services in i way of shelter and meals. If were possible for him tu do It. he would give the Salvation Army £5,000. Mr. E. W Barrow (L>. said that he agreed with Mr. Talma. He Mid 'hat before Government had thouuhl of a Probation Detriment, the Salvation Army, at the request of Maifistrates and SudftM, carried out such a service aid that so great an impression has the Army created on the minds of the public that someIhe Probation Offlrer Is itlll referred to a* "The Salvation %  Ruth Mr Harrow RMj Mr. Crawford revived die old question of the dtfostnbllshment of the %  hurch and said it lmuld be dlfestubhshetl. When discuss ing Head XX: Education, Mr. L. A. Williams aid that a little more on 'he part of the Government in this matter would bear fruit. Every cent spent ... this direction was a Rood Investment. It was better lo spend It this way than lo spend It In later years In hospitals, sanitarium, etc. >lr. J. IT. Braneker dgc School be extended as il had a reputation for Rood education, not oiilv in Barbados but Urn ..Khmit (he West Indies. C. E. T-Utna ID ask Jamboree Opens SHIPPING NOTICES MONTmiAL AISTI-.A1.IA MB* ZBALAMft imr UMSTIB • M A " / LM t ame to consluer Head XXVIII SiiiatiUiea And OranU. Mr. J C. T. Braneker lad oat the data!, py saying tba ilaiT of the asJ-l-ciLv Cooimittee under hich gadJPO was to be granted, :ted uith discrimination. Nr ( t. Talma who moved i eguctionefthe amount .j bo voted purely by w -.howlftg the Hosuea attituc. wards the bad working of that C'ommiilee, remarked that a public bureau such as that could do useful work if if were weR organlaed and if its staff was fit for the*, type of work. But at the ttaggagr warehouse, there war* a few disgruntled and disappointed w'omen of Barbados. Because that system was adopted In the past, the system of while people getting certain jobs in preference to colour ad. he said, it should not be ih adopted. There was, too, the fact that every place in Barbados did not gel the same amount of adver.istment and a few taxi owners ware allowed to get privileges over the averafte taxi driver. Mr. G. H. Adams held that if such a motion for a deduction A>as ftassed. it would be an adverse vote .igains* the Government/ Mr F. L. Walcott In reply to those who suggested that there •as discrimination, said that tba Barbados Government was the y Government which went as as telling pa.iengcrs who ived at Seawell and wanted a that they must take taxis in order that all taxi drivers would get an average amount of work. He added that Government went as fa : as saying that with tho ippointment at Seaweli, the pechad to be other than white. 1 BIN lb AI ON. J'ca. Mar. 5. ..?> .^^ *T" The first Caribbean Jamboree patarvdaTaiut near opened at HrtRgs Park. Kiikgtna Mann nth, at ston today with good fellowship'•-• April is* an pageantry' and gay colours. The' ffi jjroaa X iimf ceremony performed by ip„ ampM Hugh root. K-C.M <; Scout Jamaica. w*i,. welcomed The Chief Scocit of 'h.Knti.-h Commonwealth Lord Rowallan took placein a specially prepared arena built lo accommodate 10.000. Scouts attending the Jamboree rnie from Antigua, Aruba, Barbados, Bermuda, British HonCannda. the Canal Zone. The Cayman Islands. Chile. Cuba. Curacao. Dominica. Grenada. Haiti, Jamaica, Montserral, Nag' sau, Panama. The Unilaxi Kingdom, The United States. Venezuela. All Cumall parishes in Jamaica with the exception of St. Catherine were represented. The Jamboree will be In session 13 days Commemoration stamps were issuecTXoday by the Jamaica Government wilh the approval of the British Government, the first postage stamps in the British Colonies for scouting. The Jamaica seriVB depict the head of late King. Proceeds will go towards tfhe Jamboree fund ftjMgM M -all 1Mb. Melbourne March 'h In • in* at Trimdad Bar bad. Tie M v -cACiquB nsa. CAKlllE .ill accovt Carlo and Paaaansara tar 81 Luala. BL Vinrant. Granada and Aruba, Baling Widnaaaay STUi mat. Tba M v MONUCA" will BS"t*t Car** and Pwaa an aaai bar UuaainMa. AnlBf.a M. laanot, Navla and SI KltU SaiUna Praia* I1AMAwUI aaMfN Data af aalJna to fdftd OACOSTA a CO-, II VIII' MillSabre Jets Down 5 MJ.G's ^jfe Aicoa, ShuunAh^ Co. \\nZmL!i?l£V ""edllMPabru-ry r.vea rdd NEW ORLCANS SERVICE CANADIAN RVRVH.B EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS. Korea, March ft, FM Sabrelets scored Ihelr biggest aerial victory since January 2* to-day. when they destroyed five Communist M.I.G. 15 JeLs and probably destroyed a sixth. The raging SO minute battle -curred when 28 of the speed. U.S. fighters ripped through a formation of 70 Soviet-built jets In M.I.G. Alley. It was the biggest bag of Communist planes since January 25. when Allied planes claimed 10 Red jets. The Fifth Air Force did not disclose Allied losses if any. On Ihe ground only light action was reported.—U.F. %  Mi CM 1.AMT.H AlfOA JIGASLB" "ALCOA PILGRIM" A BTTAMFJl V *T.A\I. P< A BTLAMEJI Tbaaa vaaatli have I In •alia M.IK.. 12th February Mlh Fabruan Uth March ilrrd March I'll. April las M AtrtTaa BarhaAoa lla* rabruary Ibb March WUt March and April 13rd April lllh 11 ,.. KOBtKT I BOM LTD. NEW TORK AND GULF ^IIVRI APPLT—D4 OOgft j fPO ITt> -CtiNAniAN SPRVlf'l v-'/'.v.v/. poinied out that U Ihroiigh ine Irailties of fmm.ui ualuie, a policeman mtglit M isnif Led lo lake a bribe from a c*i fjvrtan and let him get p-=ngei ocluci' his turn, blame could oe put on Government. He addea tnal. he had always told memben that if they had a clear case '.I any discrimination being practised n anv department', tiiey should Haw hi* attention lo it. Mr. Talma withdrew his motion for tho deduction. When Head MucvUaneous Services, the last which was de ill with before the House ad)ounu,'d t ame up for discussion, two motions for deletion of two items ucre defeated. One—Leave Passages for Senior AflgnlD Professional and Technical Officers—which gave a grant for 1100,000 was defeated by a 12—J majority. Those who voted for the'play scored Ihe first goal which ftswUttn wr-re Mr ;r.a.T 3—1 YESTERDAY evening In on ex citing thouRh not spectacular gam Cm lion defeated Spartan 3—1 i their second DMslon flxlui played at Queen's Park. Spartan took the touch off but • quickly lost the ball to their I opponents. Carlton then took the) lead and after IS minutes off If you arc In need of QLASSWARE pay us B viilt at — <*V.Y7'JLIX IMI'Oilll II ICvrnrr Broad & Tudor KtrrtU) .. : %  ; %  %  ; %  %  ; %  %  '% %  • % % % % % % % % % % %  •% % % % % % %  -" % % %  "•**-'. I I \ I I'liOXAl VALVES 47c. Par lb. 72c. Per lb. 72C each 30C each GALV. NAILS WATERPROOF ROPE GARDEN HOES GARDEN' RAKES #/,•*<• and in , -.., beta rxiiano'. Aiaaande, coora-L-rt.that for many years now the Boys RMS, Edtlh Jackat t tmm at ii.ii IranMa-nib. M.o-r r I I.ISII, %  ; AdUa-.ua Mood). Corbel Tal Manila XUtfarrl M..i uilS John Oaorsc afbd Girls' Foundation Schools wrsro in n bad condition. He Il the new schools umild be i:ivcn pini.l\ m Ih. Mi. Talma also criticised tho Governing Body of those school, %  that this Body paid Brawn*. Jopana.:Man, ?>•*>• J^'Jr attention lo the Girls' School than )S^'tt^SS& ^JriSi^ M o the Bovs-. •VHta-Bamaa. tdwln Donovan. Bobarta , ... Hind>. fCrcU Watarman. Rodanck Rind* I'M: In' Workn unoa-v Wiiiuma. Boa*rr Wiiitan-.. %  when the Head Public Woikv Y^^^Z^rZT^TZZX. Talma referred lo the small vote MessV ar at l ii'lA— Cl'li" Kmahl. Prancoa Knifhl 11 E ir B"bcft A-rundeii. l-idv Arruod.-ll obn Mumphra, Harold P.-tnaratorayga, I^i" 1 Plha.t..nh*uah. Albaiti Haiah AHhur Tub*. Liooai OHtan.. J bn Ooddard. Kcnwyn Au*V tat QBBKADA— Prank Hutaon. Duncan Ti'omna.Hi Fat -i VIBCSMT-%  iv Leon Mi.i*i. David Yaarweod, Linjamm Clark* In Touch With Baroados Coastal Station rftaju and sin-.-. 'W 1.1 UM aawp 11 it tl>*> can Itaaj communicat* with It. Ifkawlna %  hlpi thioufiti tna'.r Itarnaalc Caaat relation: — II MotaMH-aulf. KaAUanwnhllbc. lonl I'-adri. Ba>flraplLar. B.-l— tnanm William Hcarrutli. Drfrndei. ir. For! T.-wnahand. Saa WirPNPV 111 ha rloaad at th* Oatvrral Poat OfBc< i iindar: — Pan*l Mall al 3 p m on tha TIH lateb PaaaWead Malt al I a Mi Ordin ir Mall at • > m en lb* Mh Man' IBU Of $1*0 for Bathing Sheds. said that one would have expected that more than that would tiave I %  'ted. The question of Bath Sheds did i fiscal survey. He • 'hurch could well it With about three hath sheds. He said he noticed thai dai'gei %  placed on certain bothMR hcachec where there was wondered .vheihcr ;i *faj to Iprnqi away those 'f tse under-prlelleged from using 10 item IHuloJ St;*ioTiHr. T. O. Bryan called attention i.o me fact that policemen were I %  .ipentcrs and masons to %  work at Ihe Station and he wi: Par/ward to thai practice i'ped. Such u.'i. %  vilre duties. Mr. J. E. T. in t.i.n.r I i drew to the lack of certain • %  nvenleneeii at Ihe Police StaHi>aid. I.H>. that he wa. ice again throwing out a remindparramanl of the need for he Post omcelti St. Lucy being emoved to a central site Mr. E. W. Barrow expressed he view that a bath should b %  reeted in every' village of Bar tbMkN Mr. Adams pointed out that the vnte of $100 wa> only for main• nance SuB-sidJe* and Grants A lengthy debate arose whi HEXT WEEK IS M A RGARINE WEEK Several Dollars Per Month by Cooking with MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE SAVE From a penally awarded against Weekes of Spartan, Carlton ther gtrt Ihelr second goal. Porter took Ihe kick and after the ball ha< lebounded from the hands of th< Spartan custodian, made no mistake the second lime. Carlton again came back am Andrews at Inside right beat in IhrouRh the Spartan back lln .scored the third goal for Carlton. Spartan had not yet scored, an Garry Gome*, the first West n"hough they were given chance u-kcter to return home of doing so refused to take advan Australia emphatically de-1 Inge of the opportunities givet M today on arrival here that [This was due lo the fact that th %  ie wa* a rift between Goddard. Spartan players bundled togeihf i s:. limey IT cr that there but their opponents, spread ou i re ever two camps in the team, and combined better. Hoard and Stollmeyer, be said However about two minute* b> •-to In constant consultation [fore the close of play, Weekes wh '".ughout the fourth Teat whfehtwas now playing at the right winj .'tsd csulusively that there got the ball and took a lob ml the Carllon goal Tlie game ended with the score at 3 — 1 in favour of Carlton. The teams were as follows:— spartan : Wood: Morrison, Weekes; Haynes. Gibba. Gittens rant. Phillips, MorrK Jemmot Carlton: McKenzie, Porter Alleyne. C. Cox. K Hutrnmsop Bagot, Straker, White. H. Cox Andrews. Kdghill Referee: Mr. O. Graham. Linesmen: Messrs. T. St Johr. and A. Atkins. iu> strained relations. Gerry made It clear that there were umpiring mistakes but "Wo i'.: not get tho worst of tha .-ini.'iring. Austral in had an much i rumble about as we did Getty subscribed to the view it they had more time at their disposal It would have been -ii-ablito play all the states befnre the Tests. 01 the teams, Gomez said : "Our tvhol# batting outlook and policy wete wrong. The fellows had a lot of ability but not the temper;.ment." He pointed out that Ihe general standard of cricket In Australia was very high and it took the West Indian players lime to get accustomed to tight ipitition Bveiy player on the \utrallan team knew his part. Australians played thorough • i efficient cricket The West Indies made the mistake, of not Liking a fast bowler on the tour In hu view if the team had a LaW mm of Frank King's < < it would have changed the h matter of the Australian batIng and given the Watt Indies % %  • tter chance | G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTD. i""" %  %  HOUSEKEEPERSCHOICE P1REX WARE CLASS JARS with i ICING SETS KITCHEN SCALES Weigh 1 oz. to 24 lb. with Hat pan GENERAL HARDWARE ^UPPUET mCKETT STREET (Opposite Boat Office) MMMMMI PHONE 4918 •> %  si aasMs j 15 I. D'g A REPORT from the Departnent of Medical Services yesterday, states that during February this veor. there were two eases of diphtheria, six of enteric fever arid seven of tuberculosis „ -,-.-.-,--'**>l'-'e*^'*'^'e'-*-*-*>*>'. FURNISH FOR I AM III is nearer than you think O-CEDAR POLISH THE POLISH FOR BRIGHTER HOME OCKDAH POLISH l-oi. tins u' 32c l2-oi. tinI I;I„ 2-pt. tins @l SI.33 1 Kin. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 THURSDAY. J RCH 6 1> PRICB FIVE CKJTS HOUSE CONTINUE BUDGET DEBATE HON. WINSTON%  II r i:t 1111 I Will Meet Again To-day At 7 P.M. %  J'HE HOUSE Of ASSEMBLY yesterday continued consideration of the Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure for the year 1962—53 and passed from Head XIV to XXIX inclusive, making the total sum passed to date $5,221,973. The Heads passed yesterday were: Legal Department— $51,351; Police -$232,668; Prisons— $50,798; Government Industrial Schools -$32,353; Ecclesiastical — $10,200; Education — $976,403; Department of Science and Agriculture—$410,553; Public Library—$17,908; Medical Departments— $944,137; Barbados Regiment $55,256; Public Works Department $186,008; Pensions -$698,768; Charges of Debt—$258,160; Subsidies and Grants $287,941; Miscellaneous $551,235. The House meets again tonight at 7.00 o'clock. WHEN the House resumed yesterday. Head XTV— I 'L;II Departments—occupied Ms attention The Head tvM peend without amendment but after 45 minutes of debate Snoakmi: on Item 54 of the Head which dealt with the purchase of law books to keep the Attorney General's Library up to date, Mr Brancker (L) said that it mi essential for the Police Magistrates to keep a librarv. especially with the predominance of actine maeiatrates tOHMI ,.,"', .** Jd ,h 1 """>• lawyrraiand .-.Kuuunitliw or foramina Nf laymr M can remember all Inch,, return tarn. law and go II was naceanrv lol Mr was however of the optnihe allocation for thus-ion that they should have a lam Envoys Urge Reprisals PARIS. March 5. i Informed sources said that *r be.-, of the liMM Stales Iran Cuitatn Uigda maUc miationt have decided i*. urge ae Suv Department to keep the United Stairs Ma* "><'< I ...:.-iuie sssjsMgJj Tbo> said UiMtrd At air. in Ruwia. Poland. Hungar.. Ciecboslovakie. and Romania meeting in dosed Conference bare claimed that ihe mi H-siitled ihrii effort MM e>%  %  .moer MM HM>> work Karteet thee* ware report* pl.nit aae out .f all I UN dukM tin nrej ,,,, K ,,| March Mam point ni.i nileo States L.K. \ Arms Plan (By W. A. I.ANGLEY) LONDON, March 5PiiiiuMmistei \\ 'in stun Churchill warned V. i that AortagM Uld lack of dollars may delay Britain's lagging rearmament gramme even niuie. Churchill opened the debate on the While Paper outlining defence expenditure than. Of Item 56 which dealt with the providing of ;i reporter for 1 Justice, he said that a reporter should also be provided the Puisne Judges. It would he good, he said, in have snmeone to take verbatim report* of up and other important pointin %  (ii.vi-. Hi in v! touched Item 62. .. new item (m tinpurobfav of %  porta, repUetaMMa ol voiumM and purehaaa ..f icmed loumais. Ha arid tinmember* <f 1.7011 million puundi; is \tw %  would I %  IBU1 three years. Tinvcor^ prograrame is leaa then was otiglnaBy planiMd Moving thai the White Paper be approval, Churchill and: "event: u forward Even the pfoaeni wrvlre rvllmates and tinWhite Paper now before u: nttl I D tUbJOCl to urlceising scrutiny to eliminate all waste and of course production may be delayed < y nun delivery of machine tooland shortaeo of doUai 1 pavehaslng power'' -r.rtold that that was due to some \ Mr. E. K. Waleotl (E) said ha praclltioners twnrowlng books .wanted to support whai the Hon. %  li!.'-.ii> soruo time ago .Senior Member for Si. Lucy %  'said on Item 54 but he was not COLD WAVE KILLS NINE Vaughn Objects To -Insult" Taking SHOD* objection to an alleged "insulting remark" from a member of the Exacu uve during discussion on Bead XXIII Medical Department" — (Healtli Outlet last night. Mr. V. B Vanghn said his status as a member of the House wa the same aa that of members of the executive. Making the chsrge, Mr Vaughn _ni that lie had beard Uie remark "Jack-Am" directed to him acroo* the table, and lie strongly objected to such reia-rk* being used to members, especially by members of the Executive Pounding the table vehe %  aetlv with clenched flst, Mr. Vanghn thundered "My status in the House Is the same as any ruamber on the Executive VTben the honourable member use* moulting remarks, ha is not moulting me Victor Vaughn, he Is insulting a re presentative of the people. I will not stand for such treatment, and I hope that other honourable member* will not stand for it either. The hon ourable member's behaviour outside of this Chamber Is no concern of mine, but when he stands on the floor of the House snd uses -men remarks to another member, be la in % %  -siting a representative of the people CHICAGO M At least nine person nn dead in Kansas and M. trafne accident:.. Ha from heart ottacks^—as a stib-zen. MuttaMH cold wave aii a,.|--d the northern midwestern United States. The We.it!.>' Bun IU predicted warmer wealhi i bringing ui-.t Already some loeattona in the south were menaced by rising waters piutieularlv In Alabama, North Carolina and (i(->rgm. and NEW DELHI. March 5. nmci-ls in the ano I irdenad About 60 to 70 persons wen north ward sakl the cornba) iinludm null dozen weather vi M create hagprinces and detained under :m %  An'.-mie 1'inauv. bo, new Prench ti empty Tn Da 0*ulV 1': %  Ith Preatdent Vincent Auriol \ nntimnu t.i pn I I iva b nkrupl< in tin' paisl %  appoii lee iaw-l i ,ni to partj Hi %  %  i atd HIMTI.UI'1. la tdei ol Ptaauy"i own lurteieiideiit group I .telicnie," PARIS 1 i little known l v emment tn ihe laice -i u linunt Kadi %  .: ,i Inn %  '. : will buy this praeerty to sllosr far the sxtauslari of the Ceneral Hospiul on IM present -He %  %  %  atiy little sggaajaa el i il itether ••> i tr.mted with the same m.i)<" igtMa trhlch %  %  Idga i n .,] Ho rd I laol t>ndIhtfsj el arhieh ai toe defence an.' DM • i donee vnto —V.T. Mercy PUaw tBatjpB Japs raaXT I t Stales Dllilta I "i i itlastr laday droj %  i "in in the wreck. %  Kushiro still rut off 24 hours ohei Northern Japan'rr *a* and tidal %  • %  %  ": ling to aiilii." i ite of the All road and rail lines Kiiahaaa and ti" teat <>i Mokk.ia..i Ti broken A pilot wln> Hi ol 10.000 people at dusk ysrderd.i:> saw nobody In its ruined streeu. Another raid Id BM enllre populntlon of Kushiro is shnl —r.f Sugar Pact Immediately 174 Prisoners PANM'N.JOM KorcdL, March 8, liuce in [OUsston ii< ni.mrlr I Hut I'.tni174 adrlriniiHl captured Unlttd Nations ppa most ol them r\mtd u. u urcoment if i w*>eaYhr R*w !)•( How i>nni In 1,821 II ol Allteil medlatelv. Tins Was decided be' if committee of the Interin Osn Co*TeaponOei %  ' L()NLK)N Maul. ft. • new international sUKa>\ I ml l"! plan. iv be fupportlng him In his remark; about a Queen's Solicitor. He i I the Covernor and his advisors to appoint ii Queen's Solicitor H wag the choice of any 'man to go to the solicit.> %  he wanted. He said that the practice sreg appoint the senini practising solicitoi of the island and so it %  as not one of the posts tha' ould have to be advertised for. About the law library, tie wanted In suggest that It wns time mat they got one. DaruaSet ha aaU ma the only islandi"* '-' %  %  !" •—• """ %  -WASHINOI whn h lud not eot n proper law A >I r..ft subuutiad bv CBUlaaaBsn % %  I'liiir' ici .y He drew then a t tgt iU on Baroi gTgjaiiaia.aa (A Belgi. deenaad the fact thai the reporls in thojwBS epta %  hf the deb-gnles agl h.t I'oli.rid i. |e r Ihslled C.J.'etiamliers were his perthe Iwsis uf rolonui agreoiiturrl \M> eorpora saaakander 8. ^operi>. [| .peranies previous draff Ogaenachi wtw hai isent more spili.j jlionnl Sugar council whlet oicluded n Ihree day meeting In I ondou tinrvenihg Hut p) for a new ngreemeni mnv discussed before Ihe end of the sear. Nineteen counU-ies hud sent representatives to Ute ineetiDk including Uic United Kingdom e| '• iiting Colonial Producer*; ..i f ustraJut and South Africa In addition theie wet" tlici irtunt'i* melud ing Canada, livdia nncl I IMM t known to lie in HeH lorkarirs but missini; Iroin the pHataTgtr lists. It waMtmipile*! from Retl hiiMidcasts. letter?, to families. Cummuiiist pchntiicuU and o lh Hmrcah i ft l.mnhly secret Htrvti r\dralral n I LUsh; .... nfonnali.Ki "I %  saw 10,000 Botttl h> artoorn tin gavdi erg %  ma 11 u aa %  to have ktt for. j building Mr said afafa %  ' told a morgue (IM and the N II K' i-.m '".ore than ten 1 I and! dead or missing C.C. See.'iwvnvral Arrivi 1 l\*-iluy MK I r r> RISNDT, Ihe .. .. rttlj U| | i .1 of ttl \ tail phii %  T Me will hold talk 1 ii British lor omrease of ihe Barltados Oovernmont and oiembers of \—\h Chambi 1 i \X i-Uli iin-ii \\ ant Prince of Wmkn U.S. \hib<> Hul For Rvleuw Of \rmy Corporal Fire hills Ten llllll oUgll M II j vl Kn.1 a(> ii 1 %  %  1 Mr Waleoll ssJd that tw.. el ,,,/, f report.should lie provided so rertal subject to a prove.. DBsl special problems ~ u-hlch named shall altention leeeivn decide.1 that any future thiit practitioners should not be -, r ,. n,,i hnmpered by one copy being out if the shelf. Mr. Adams iLi said thai <*htn It was further le come to capital expenses, he members, mighi vould see to It that they RM alt me usk the International Counnroper law library. When 'hey cD tn arrange n meeting throug''iciit to S'. I.ucla arid other the United Nations tn discuss a mall islands, they saw that Ihaf new agjnginanl on the be sgrg tlio only Dlace without n the liralt sjggplid by special 4) On Tage 5 %  omRstnai 130 To Stand Trial For Cairo Riots H\ Prineoi riot Against State ,n nrdous conditions. The warrr.-up he pocted to be gradual. BiftW ha na %  with drifts thrc f. some places 'os-ered most Kansas and Mi 'lemaii'i %  .,ii* i,i |o u luiHud Uipaomati" note but they are deter. will be uaagti ipoausxi ?o one w. read) la predict hovvever thai the demand will %  .it. than. %  ii .i %  i -11 indj I |o\ akia, IIUIIK-'I % %  and R( %  | • gb "1 in.n.' United Stab ho naw BAd "eld foi or oil* gd i,v Cornmuniga. The Uiiiii'i Mak I ment charged that Caarneeki wai .... I %  %  authortUea It ais .it.-. lain that i i i States 'war' Weal Ge arefullj noted it i.ddiy describing loday'a aossion II pi gioni l iwiwiii hj tt.ilKpill ...Hi Itiei, i>tgrr*o. mi Hi. t i ...luntniv rnpHUiuttiin. Mi lliey would'nt bin vnluutais l n epNtriatinii and — b....dmg '.'--k. %  %  !l.i Li.. by J 40 am Uw %  nut t|ilc 'tie I %  I I All avallal %  en. % head -IP Union rail 12-Hour Strike flames. by a high wind th< itooi flames lumped quickly fxarn hut to hut lighting the n.gl.* Bk) i and ai on* lime t(u. rol "tore -'00 firemen .1 vci -i*-• e„,, r ii..in i ni^.ui .IA iuemcri iioni ,Mk. "in, Th 1?.'^' •"•*• Il**1 TI'niN Marrl. S. Tit.' Communlit ilxmlnnl"! •win S c r,V „/,'„ J", 1 "^"-. (adorer ol *"V'' ,"?„'" ",i" '"'" no '" „ I.U0.I on a rhara* nf dlrtrih.illn.!!* "'" Wiama" • Turkish ar Turiianrui lo l ***fe. sa£5 ~r %  ro mMn .„. •-* asrsin t.; ri "There at .ier,iiteiv i of sabotage" u high officer St the ramp stated ih's morning —r r Last week the ".mpany anBoejDCad there hao beer .etfli understood to be tioes RadJ have teen tryiog lo standard" of mlli-U.., -IP i %  II%  emlier id fror ,. got %  Is-' • I 1950. Nothing was him Uft) %  letter through t<> las baaay in Warsavi ..me ttl ' Allied and Conimunisi negolmiIn the nest teiil deadlocked the teilliv i if Ihe .inillStire ,:< (..i onlj i*' mimdei m King %  —n.ir Duke Returns NEW rOMC Mar ] hi Dub -i %  %  n i or u. eed the i nei Queen CttMbri). n n Bnglai rWt '"' %  •. | ol I or itaar King Ueorge VI The Duke I ... The CLEAN W HOLESOME I ii i ri: :l i ignore raperWel that Cunwrki haO been given "aaylum" in Poland. Two .•aher Aineruaie.lohn IIVMSI.. and Newsanaa WilUam N Ontia-i.ro .1ready serving long prison te*m" in Ceechoslovaki.i %  pohngo I-' holding t Pnvate Clu.ile J W — former Joseph l(. %  ii-.*. or in jail in ComUoet of them are rnisslonnrte* —U.P ..r I Flooded LUnd Kfiiifi Draiiit'd %  I autumn. floods, hut %  %  10,000 aMUe. MtH ooultry. MuOOO plough •ors anfood. t r HONUKONd March 6. %  Q rnor of Kongk-.i. Lint 'h, Wdlrj %  %  ni In .i brie, refert no le last na • %  .irday's riots at K ,dt. bejlevtd 5.000 Chinese trade unionists batothers: Arm] lied rot •• %  • %  Itegan % %  nWaa* oUea. Tlie Governor said I n of l would have read 'with (I ment and eppif :..v.-iniAB in Ihe Hot.-* -/• Oaog In his Mihe noting %  %  The %  < 1154 INJURED Mn f.AKY ID %  .i I -ematnI P >.••.:;: ,-,-. •M09Ofi


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PAGt. TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE niL'RSD.X) MXRC-M , MH Qahib QaUinq MT-b %  I.INDI.EV Chief of the Wn*liinfU-?: Bureau of ihe Nasrswai zlne who arrived here on Mondaj by B.W.I.A. from Mar*inlque. lifts Just Wft the Hastings Hotel to stay at the Colony Clyb. 8t James He wa.* aecompaniad b> his wife. W Back lo the U.K. Presented With Purae M" \MH* ULRIH.KOUJNS.dUl"I lUfl of Ih* >>WM AiroE ,„,.„,, 3 rle raupiM •• Irom the end ol l^lmmUr rii t. >.rurr to loin her mother — mlu in >h Haul Bl.l. an<\ ,'li MiLin41<-y expects la vtni Trinidad before n Grenada and turning to Ihe U.3.A. H | %  • iixiii%  T.C.A. Inspector M %  Attended Opening Of Cinema M R. GEORGE SCHWEIG. representative of Colombo Pictures in the West Indie* who '' attended the opening of the Bex. '/ bar.** Plaza Friday night. *'* wn "" ,H left by B-W.I.A. for Trinidad on n..Li: ea-s-t *— Monday. He was accompanied Publlc Relations Off.ccr by his wife. ,_ -. While here. Mr. and Mrs A Schwrlg were staying at the %  Aquatic Club. B| l.y TC.A yeaferriiiy mornmif from Turnlaying at Cacrabank Is HUdrad, Publi.Relation* Hiker for T t A %  inter In the United State* ol America During her five jajBj newnpapcr -tan", she was among % % %  ngfl Children's Editress BOd hopes lo continue In journalHm in America. Vestrrday she was the happy W Cl plenl of j pur tfl J E Bn-ume. Assistant : %  i* AAYING hi; first visit back to n.rbodos in 25 yearIS Mr Can.td.jn Lumberman /?„/?. id RfttliO Programme M K JACK ODORIZZI. owner of the Odorlzzi Lumber Co. %  f North Bay Ontario is at present holidaying here staying at the Hasting* KSOML Us ..uived rrently by TX)A and will be re%  naining until March 28. Mr. Odouui was accompanieil lSOS Mrs. Frank Ii rtjSs f Kittlit'i.ii Ontario whose hus(.and is an Alderman for the citv if Kitchener and Traffic Superintendent of ihe Bell Telephone Co Before returning home Mr Odorlzzi and Mrs Barber will spend a week in Bermuda. Enrolment TAHERE will be an enrolment <.f 1 new members at the Y W.C A on Fridaj afternoon at 5 o'clock for all those ladies who have taken out membership forms. mi Kl> W MU N .i Idi i m The Chaitatilum OSM • n. Cras] Fvi> r. 1100 noon Tfc : il Data Ian Th# Nasfa, 10 9 n 1 r>. is P a. aS p m **orU"| a,, cord. )W pm T*o Chaltamham tlua Cut*. S IS p m Haw Ba rn raa. %  i> r> •>.-ti.:. iieaswsa iKiiw-ii" u p **.. .* Maawftn*. S ft p I % %  Ml i (KB at* PmaT.nwntI .. pnx Tfca Ht. TH p-n> Km A,... >a*a. 1 l P -n O-wr.1, Bpraki-.. us— MM asaaai iixra, *•> %  >• %  am o* rilly Sa* C -•*•. 1B a MMM*. Nr. W. %  P • •Jjtial DHpatch i ., p m C % %  *.> % %  r Of TW W. I*),,,, KM* Up Ttw Cwtain. I* CU p m T) New*. II 10 p m rrom The B4IIMMI> :D IS p m B i r h-v-i.. lisp, tele Of Banet A LSO leavins on Monda% bv "*l"'*"i* "nicer |oi i L A n ipr stale, a Mock broker of RwE.. tor Tnnid^^fu. "•" "^"" He arrived attending the opening of the *" "' '""V^ „ K P ln ;^ ,n %  *• > "'"'ly 'or an indefinite PlM. were Mr ind Mrs. Oodl *• ( r ^* !" ",';„, L,-,, i! ?£ **** "*>'" Abbeville Mark. *ho were staying at the ?"''' %  „"J" 1 ^ „ '*.' 7 '^ m i l ha-H House. Marin* Hotel and MrRlchard 'he area in ord,-. Splorman who was staving at the kn w """""* • %  %  "' Retired Customs Official n. sfUBsUss -„ M RS E WINCHaVTEP I ^* 'native "I MiiiiiiiKiuc in K I afimiEL ROLLINS being pre> ing here on Tuesday from ilMx. Marks iropre*entaltv. tar West Indies for Untvers.il and J. Arthur Rank Pictures Mr gpierman is Warner Hi raanakiitalive in this aroa. h,. Back From Carnival River. Ontana. Canada, via TrlnlTunidad by B.W.IA. for a holldad and Bermuda tomorrow gey were C.ipt Cnlna. O B.E. On Holiday \jf H w H ^"REE. %  reUred rnornlng by T.C A. ami Mr* Chm from Fnglund RS E WlNCHKSlt.lt %  1V1 LusiomsOmcialof thcUnltod Mr AdaD1 %  n rwu Engineer W**yj !" J?*gZ&"** g !" ? Kingdom is at pre^,,: .pendmg and ^^ Umatm of Fwnda Wt. Dr. Chin, and ..re rtaybeen resm ^ A %  %  m Barbados staying u t „„„ company of Canada. Chalk House. Capt China is u prominent They have spent three weeks at the Crane Hotel and hope to visit Barbados again at some future date. lor many years it, now spending Abbeville Guest House. H. exRiver. Ontario. a week's holiday in Barbados, pecta to leave here shortly for She arrived on Sunday by the Trinidad where he will remain for M R. J. D. DOUGLAS of ConnColumbia from Trinidad where oouplt of weeks before return try Road was among Ihe *"* h *d • 1 * *P* n a week. lPr p on his way back to the passengers returning from Trim**""' • ^ to go UK dad on Sunday by the Col.-n.i to St. 1 after .ttcndmg Carnival. of the other WUndi before reAlso returning from Trinidad luniing to the LSA Rood.! Theatres acknowledge* ih.. Honour paid to this Island by the Celebrated Actor ***M where she had attended Cai vsl was Mrs. T. Pranklyn. i. of Chief Intpectur Pranklyn ti Whitehall. Back To Canada M RS R C VAUOHAN. Wife of the ex-l*resident of lb* Canadian National Railways, %  *turned t'. Canada ye-teicl. morning by T.C.A. after spending a holiday here staying at Ui< Hastings Rote: She was accompanled by her On Visit Jo Parent. M : tUI SCYBIM For ThrRaces egg to Charleston. ',.i where she has gone Retired Barrister HANVILLI CKAY arrtv. i ueesa, TUOSs .. ,pect to be away day BMI.I A foi one about a nonth Intransit KM CROSSWORD i 1 n rr %  F~ * 1 r • %  • 1prim ip.ill> t<> attend the a retired U.K. Barrister and Cue*! House Worthing *-'daughter Jean of Grenada whj Mr* rLimsay-Cohn returned home Mr Cray is manager of the arrived here on Sunday morning on Sunday by the S.S. ColamMc irrrhandise department of by B W.I A, left 1 ter in the eveafter *pendlng a holiday. They Messrs Furness Withy and Co, lung by the CatoaaMe for England waie staying at the Cr.ine Hotel Ltd Intransit for Kenya. Women in Ihe Vms III. Mrs. Charles W. Heming MRS. CHARLES W, HEMIN'C who la now hhdayina Co mmhi lnner) Mee received in Barbados and staving at the Hotel Royal La fascinated r* c ofonation Medai from the with the island and charmed by the hospitality of its BombF" r mi. jiMgiDaDlB. (S| Teaca rrom %  tin crusa (Si M in pitcbad crj (g) Which ogre peaseasoi one t %  eUmb. iTi 1*. Watareoursa. inu draft u ID red. was Graduate of the Hamilton Council General' Hospital in 1915 and Director Matron in Charge of the emorHamllloi: gency Influenza Hospital in 1918 Member during the last war. Also Chairlive of man of the Voluntary RegistraAsiociatic tlon of •Canadian Women for 11M^_^__^ Province of Ontario: and Chairman of the Canadian Women's Voluntary Services for Ontario. President of Provincial Council of Women of Ontario for nvo asjgfg, She has Ju* reslened and bv reouest lg now Acting President. Bn> j also made a life mem tier of the National Council of Women and Canada and of the Local Council of Women Delegate* from Canada lo Scotland in 1938. uh.n ^he represented the N.C.W. to I C.W. Present Mr*. I" mlng Is now H Member of the Board of Directors of the Community Chest <>f Hamilton fpopulation m-er 200.0001; member of the Board of Directors of Hamilton Unit. Canadian Cancer Society and also Chairman of the Committee on Education in tho Cancer Society. Canada She Id al-o n Member ->t ths* Planning Commission (four years) for Ute I.O.D.I She i "f the Women Of Hamilton. of hi penal Order, ia the Empir also ;) patroness Ait Association peea Cacv*srsa cold Mdsa. IS) QBWU pen. iSi OiiwnrBa oi a (St rhis is a pnnnii tat Droop 13) Not %  • %  -> Dig nlil. IS) Brilliant—a small Bdrsriuament opwia tn trsiD. (Il a l or drilled. jat ro.fers do out not oo uua plsca of rurniuira. (S) Vnu wound !• fatal. (S) if tl MAN of | BRONZE 15 niw. ts I LANCASTER ric^sBICKFORD I Sltvt COCHRAN PHVI'^ THAXTFR 1 PI4/4 Oavid CA0VIE1D • fVlVEN :imiALrY SAYS NO!' mmm it PIIK n> uwus snuii __ %  mii. TOMORROW 2.30 A 8.30 ind Continuing Dally 4.45 ML 8.3" totni Nr Kxlensive Travel Mn Heming was married on Hie lllh November. 1950 to Charles Whitlaw Heming of Hemlna liroa., Canada. She ha* travelled extcnsivelv in Canada. united Stales, The Continent. H i. South America. B.W.I. and also the British Isles. But Of ..II these Mrs. Heming U thrilled with Barbados, the climate, the very charming people. Us* St. Michael s Cathedral where attends the Services, the food ota* -IID i tnas BJg I OatSS J: n:" %  -., eg? 'iiw itl IKS { B'TOWN DIAL 2310 ... 'v"'!^ Opening Today Thurs 6 j \ A TonUnulns lully 4.45 ^. 8.30 p.m. Rupert and the New Bonnet—6 and side for." i-bathmg. "The nearest •f Heaven anyone can hope Mr. ( v\ 111 Ml\<. b\ Bht >f tlie Salvation Ai Divulon and also "a if the Nationu) ExecuCanadian Girl Guide n Recently retired as Hobbies Her hobbies are China painting, music and reading. Her %  %  • % %  <;.ible An astei ii.is H livj>utifii| garden uhi-ic ihe spends her time among :!.<• i''"M'ii .•ltd she also loves to Fpofe Slic will be leaving on Friday March 14. with her husband for Canada. Mr* Heming hopes to travel to Victoria next year to see her son. but she said "Don't be surS iised If you see the ItemingKWlni in again next year. We. simply couldn't stay away." 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