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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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SWEET ROCKET SETS NEW.

Field Sweep Pass $500 Mark\|

ESTABLISHED 1895



ME. RB. E. GILL'S filly, Sweet Rocket out of

Canyonero — Irish Rock, yesterday set a new |
record of 1 minute .06 3/5 seconds for “B’’ class |
over five and a half furlongs when she carried off |
the Garrison Handicap at the Garrison yesterday, |
the Second day of the scheduled three-day B.T.C. Od
meet.

Sweet Rocket lowered the record of 1 minute

06 4/5 seconds set by Harroween in 1951 by 1/5
seconds,

Saturday last, the opening day of the Meet and this was/|
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Truman Asks For
$7,900,000,000 To
Fight Communists

WASHINGTON, March 6,
Truman in an eight-thousand-word special message to
the House, and Senate asked Congress to inyest another
| $7,900,000,000 in building up strong Allies against the Com-
| munists and warned that any cuts in foreign aid spending
| would be “foolish and dangerous.”
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the Pari-Mutuels and in the Field Stand. | tails believed to have been chan- {Truman clashed head-on with|}ation work now ae ond, a
Four times the Field Stand] balanced programme that includ-|nelleq behind the Iron Curtain economy-minded lawmakers of | Latin American * utes 0 dev lop
Prize passed the $500 mark in]|ed Rosa’s Valse “Sobre Las Olas,” |by the four agents were plans for both parties who plan to slash | agr iculture and natural resources,
comparison with a single occasion | Myddleton’s descriptive piece \the manufacture of a new metal ipwards§ of $1,000,000,000 from |Education, Health, insportation
on the first day. “The Phantom Brigade” and se- ‘alloy stronger than steel. -They | his aid programme, He said and other fundamental serv lee s:
Jockey Holder who rode four]|lections from Duthoit’s “Five said the secrets also included there is any question about this | These include one million dollars
winners on the first day, was first] Minutes With Cole Porter.” |production Blueprints and data mount it is not whether it is too | for our share of the technical co-
home in two races yesterday and A successful crowd pleaser was |0n raw material stocks in West j large but whether it is too small. | operation work of the Organiza-
Crossley who rode one winner on] the popular dance hit ‘More More German = irtiugtrial _,, firms and hese funds are needs, all of |tion of American States.
the first day rode one yestérday | Mambo.” well known steel mills. F ! them Truman planned| He said “this assistance, sup=
as well. The Meet ends to-morrow. ¥ ~ Meg Bs arrested in to follow up his strongly worded | plemented as it is by araourta os
Jockey Lutchman rode two Second Day aa Sezer i ear’ at aan 18 | message with a direct appeal to jpr _— Es los ™ ae aes om ag.
winners yesterday while Jockeys TENTH RACE oe: S they were holding ithe people over all radio and tele ne pu ic oan 1rough e E
Yvonet, Thirkell and Joseph each a. a secret meeting to map out vision network at 10.30 p.m, | port soe Rank and the Inter-
scored their first win of the Meet Castle Grant Handicap further plans.—U.P. B.3.T national Bank—has already help-
: a ne Meet. Five horses entered the race, Aware that Congress is partic- [ed materially to raise living stand-
Handicaps two having been scratched. Apollo ularly reluctant to vote large new Jards, speed economic develop-
A mute tribute to the handi-]and Colleton carried three and i funds for economic aid to Europe, ; ment and reduce vulnerability
cappers was the fact that no horse|four pounds overweight respec- ‘ ru e Truman broke down his request tj to undermoecratic movements of
repeated a first day win, ie et tively. : into three categories instead of 1 extreme right or left.”
being seven winners for the first They were off to a good start BF : F the s . ,
: ‘ : renc Flutter, ridden 1 usual two He asked for
time of the Meet. with Apollo, ridden by P, Fletcher ay : e by Fr . Thirk il dten | $5,350.000,000 in ‘“tirect military | Limited Amounts
The highest Forecast dividend | taking the lead to be closely fol- y S eta ‘| cc ~ an eare tid to the free nations in Europ
of the day was $77.28 paid on Lun-|lowed by Dunquerque (Crossley Gover: eC t from Castle In The Air Asia, Africa, the Near East, the! ‘Trun iid that European aid
; Sos ass * ' yan Luropean aic
ways—Cross Bow in the Springjup) ‘at second place and Usher K Tum 7 Holder up) in the Meiden | Pacific and Latin Americas and) funds include “limited amounts”
Handicap. (Quested up) running third. Stakes. Magic Gaze was | ve £1,809,000,000 in defence suppor jfor Yugoslavi where thé “Com-
The racing itself was keen oe Mary Ann, who eventually won PARIS, March 6. third. ¥! ecr e ‘ea ons ing aid to increase on-the-spot} munist government unger Mar-
the track a firm, fast one. the race in convincing style, was General Charles De Gaulle, ‘ arms production in Western \shal Tito is defying Russian dom-
starting too was of a high stand-|bringing up the rear with Colle-! Leader of the strong Rightwing | , Europe and $656,000,000 in out-! ination. He added “we expect soon
ard. ‘ ton. But on approaching the third] Rally of the French People is ‘ PANMUNJOM, March 6, right Economic and “Point Four"|to complete arrangements” with
The Police Band under Sergeant |} furlong pole, the mare, urged by| convinced that he will soon bé ; Communist negotiators tried to convert truce inspec- | Aid—none of it to be spent in}Spain, for United States use of
Archer was in attendance and ren-| Yvonet, issued a challenge and+asked to form a new government ; Results AF tion agreements into a free ticket to spy into secret details | Purope | sea anc naval bases” whith will
dered an entertaining and wel @ On Page 8 to save France from _ disaster, of Allied weapons } ee 4 , assist in the defence of the Med-
according to his political chief of ‘h > . [ “+ ilerranean area, But he sought no
staff, Louis Terrenoire, 44 head| A Glance . Reds detfiande ed that Korean Truce Inspectors including J Nilitary Aid erate ; + ne ne meee ae
of the wartime,National Council} neutral” Russia be author ‘zed to examine secret militarys pruman asked Congr for 84] grounds that suMcient funds for
of Resistance and now Secretary | equipment at ports of entry behind the lines Sai vltarv. eco.| that purpose had already been
Labour P r F d General of De Gaulle’s party said SECOND DAY Staff officer Dye : ' million dollars for military, eco- Het 5 ai om ane lrea
: prvi the TENTH RACE , S$ on armistice supervision terms by-passed J nomic and technical aid for Latin | Yeted by Congr :
in an interview that his chief) j I tlining the ojects T
was prepared to establish a 1. MARY ANN (Yvonet) | the deadlocked question of whether Russia should be a} America to support the good} outlining these proje ts ru
e e | coalition Cabinet of all sewers) 3 UNGHIMRTUIN tee ine : member of the inspecting team neighbour policy. The request in- we made & Sevens plsg Ss ee
e |exeept the Communists. ELEVENTH RACE | Communist Staff Officers shu luded 62 million dollars for | *U BP hich he first custined it
] 1 e | De Gaulle was described as} | FRENCH PLUTTER ff their stream of promegeus lireet mil id : million | concept w se Be nrst aT ng st
favouring in principle the North| ‘2 + ane iEKell) jblasts against the United Nations Anti G ™ dollars for economic and technical |" ‘augural acaress in ts
Atlantic Treaty Defence pro-| 2. CASTLE IN THE ras jdemand fihat Russia be excluded.) / imua year aid ' He said Point Four “technical
D fi Attl Orders gramme, the European Army and, 3. MAGIC GAME — (Quesied) jit ane eye ree. migh | It was part of a global 700] missionaries” are now at work
the Schuman Plan to pool Western | TWELFTH RACE ibe waiting to see if Vice-Admira F , Cc = million dollar Mutual Securiiy] raising living standards in 40 un-
e 1e€s8 ee Europe’s heavy industry. “We 1 F Ae romey) \C. Turner Joy, Senior Unite or ruise Programme submitted to Con-' derdeveloped countries. He said
res want the United States to have) ROSETTE _ cuntnens. |Nations Delegate will briny back | gress for the Fiscal Year starting | “shirt sleeve diplomats of Point
we «LONDON, March 6 reliable, _ strong, _selfrespecting THIRTEENTH RACE wan Tokyo Dy orders altering (Prom -Onp crn Correspondett) next July t rere Ear tate CFTT Dee Venera
THE top dozen men of the Socialist Party met to con-} Allies,” Terrenoire said in out-| ; Nuon e (Holder) the Allied stand. Joy hag been ST. JOHN revolution to the villages and
sider disciplinary action against “Bevanites” whose revolt| lining De Gualle’s views. “We| 3. WATERBELL O'Noit conferring with General Ridg-| Antigua is bubbling over witn Noting jthe, inestimable | im-[farms of the world. They are pro-
neaina 2 5 > he io > are sometimes tough about our| POURTEENTH RACE We : f _., enthusiasm in anticipation of the} Pertance of Latin America ru~-|viding* farmers with better seed
pa are Programme last night cracked Naticnal Independence. “But wal 1. SWEET ROCKET =f he, Allied | position, on trues arrival of yachts at English Har-| ™an said: “the policy of the good|and better fertilizer methods.
the arty Ww oa SOR ‘ i : ‘ te tekia don’t want France to be a weak | 1.) eh aaa ran ae hman) a id . : a ty d in a de bour on Tuesday 18th March. On| "eighbour has been one of our UP
on Former time s inister Att ee is facec with the de-| and unreliable ally of the United) 3. DEMURE (O'Neil) whether new equipment is being|"° ‘ecasion previou sly have morte E 2 t 4 oer s ou pe : et é ol nid
cision whether to expell Leftwing leader Aneurin Bevan mts ike Chiang al Sham: | _ FIFTEENTH RACE |brought into Korea during — the| !2#n five yachts been at anchor inj the gov paanetan: sad: Dae ‘
from the party for defying explicit orders in the Commons| Re Gualle’s views on France and} 1. LUND AS? soca) truce b at they should not be| the harbour at the same time. With] “#Un America are joined with
I i. « M F . ‘ European Policy were outlined as @ Gross 2Ow seerncer | a n a ee =< mt ne we : the arrival of those t at yjin the Organization of Americar Datta Mined
and leading 56 other Labour members in a vote against] qnicine Pinauy 60, Independent, | 3. DASHING PRINCESS jgiven the right to examine secret | he eee peat par en nS | atetes and the Rio treaty to bol ak
roere > , 4 . , a . ‘ (Luitehman }parts of planes, tanks and other] the 1952 Caribbean Crulse thers 7 a 3 r
fe enn ae which Attlee himself began. meore desperately % weld t2-| 1 CRIXTRENTH RACE equipment, Colonel Don O. Dar-{may be nine or ten in the har- ster ithe, ecuri of the ANOI, Indo-China, March 6
ether some sort of Govern i 1, CAV, x (Holder as sete If they could ge*|bour, while H.M.S. Sparrow ed orlc is a me nport as announced that :
Herbert Morrison _ ex-Defence to ‘stave off National Bankruptey.|| 2 FIRST ADMIRAL cyvonet) [/TOW | Sa! : ‘M.S. Spa is axe}: ines. oF vitalsaw Inateriala: and os ;
ini ‘ ¢ is a ; ms woes 3. CARDINAL mated Russian teams down to look at! pected to be anchored 1 tsid are Vital raw mi 8, 4 e HanoizHaiphong line was
Minister Emmanuel Shinwell and But Terrenoire said De Gaullists| EVENTEENTIN RAC ur equipment that would bel‘he harbour ed it carries on with us large and |biown up by a mine near Haiphong
others of the “Shadow Cabinet would not support Pinauy, the} i BUDGET (Lutehn highly desirable from their poin The Executive C ' nutually advantageous trade.’ terda overturning the loco-
met in closed session in the Com- third politician to attempt to put| 2 LADY (Joseph) watagt | 1e Executive Committee of the ; i ee
mons Committee room this together a Government since 3. REBATE = (Quested A: san mn Society of the Friends of English He said that military aid re and five carriages. —
morning to weigh the gravest Premier Edgar Faure —uP | Difficult to Tell Harbour have been working hard,,{ Guested for Latin America is im zt The report said fhe explosion
threat to the party in years. ; : i Darrow made this tatemen nd with the limited amount ot portant for; “in case of emer-|occurred around 9.00 a.m. local
Political observers did not be- after today's en ut session. He j funds which have been made} gency, (Latin Americ a's ) milite time yesterday morning ten miles
lieve that Attlee would dare run | acl in) “the face s yi . se available, as a result of voluntars | forces can partially relieve us from Haiphong. A number cf
the risk of expelling Bevan, Such oor at tela a se to tall what thes | contributions collected through the} 50me of the important tasks con-|Vietnam passengers were injured
action it was believed might | e 7 a o etna fo do’ ; ras fend TV Society, they have at least been | 7!&€ ted with = thi hemi phe re vhen the carriages overturned on
well set up a separate Left Wing | wai e tent it ‘hone only 12 minutes for /4%l¢. to have the Dockyard cleane defence |the line blocking all trafMfie for sev-
party and finalize the breakup of * - Rear Admiral R E. Libby anajand tidied for this great occasion Truman explained that Eco-jeral hours but no one was killed
the Labour Party. wi Major Ganara on Sang Cho to! Nevertheless, many visitors may , "mic Aid is “to carry forward —UP.
A smiling and exultant in- | e e olb Pret A ib, the eiitea ‘
i . clear the table of the day’s busi-|yet be shocked at the appalling |» a ane
ites aght among. themselves last pri ng ri ve nes ; ; es ota ci condition of the buildings some Sreea rer PLL ALPE LEE OEE! “s
ites fig amo selves las Neither side had any new pro-|¢f which are ruins already beyond |$
night before the House gave ap- sals > de Cac sue estoratic s ¥
» posa on the deadlocked issue restoration. Mm %
proval to his defence Reo cartine tei m GE aT Communists appeared adamant If the Society continues to re-|% }
See ae eae 0 1,480,900,000 EIGHTH ARMY. HEADQUARTERS, Korea, March 6, fin their refusal to. consider re-| ceive support, it is confident thet [% %
one are, hn Hint trama~ United Nations infantry continue to keep a close|patriation of prisoners on a! funds will gradually be forthcom-|% 3
tic scenes in years as Attlee sat watch for possible new Communist offensives in Korea as ae oe ea ates sig m...4 ing whic) will enable it not only % x
solemn and scrawling on a Red artillery lashed Allied advanced positions on the East-| Nations demands for accounting |to keep the buildings 3h Repats te s
seratchpad while Bevan led an ern Front 6f- 88,000. Sout Sorean troot it also to provide permanently ¥ x
sortment of leftwingers to vote 2 of - ee ie / in y » Reds various services, such as elec- |% %
sauinst hhe defence Segmenime | _ More than 2,000 rounds of Communist artillery pound-|‘ ee eae one vent tep in the} ‘tic lighting, telephone etc., which % 3
on which Attlee had specifically ed Allied lines yesterday and troops in “Heartbreak Ridge” |) jo, meeting was made by Libby | have been improvided for the 1952] % x
ordered them to abstain. ne MR. CLEMENT ATTLEE sector were barraged with Red propaganda leaflets inviting| when he presented a revised pro-,©"uise. The Society feels that its | ¢
did not speak during the. debate Fe i , P surrender. posal guaranteeing the return of | °xpenditure will have been justi- | \ %
The decision ala hh a | — Adding to the possibility of a]foreign nationals after the armi ed if only the Dockyard comes to % s
eee 5. {Communist offensive the un ‘i ‘9 } ve recognized as one of the finest % y
ai , fact that the spring thiw is al- 1e nited Nation ommar or of ill for yacht n ¢ s >
top aides was} Pact Depends On Fights Attend ie : rere| holds only one: a Russian womat ribbe > =
: c o most at hand. Condition were m M 4
not expected X : pie. -U.P On Pove % s %
t be rade T . the same that prevailed along the * n € o >
A. a i . VW e e | front a year ago when the Reds * »
ee we rance, Germany | mounted million-man offensive x &
full meeting of : . ‘ ca 8 mulon-ms ESD EV e ° eo ss :
the Labour b that crushed southward in April ee xe d " x °
; pa rCCe VALETTA, Malta, |, ’ unmnea ws : ’
Parliamentary WASHINGTON, March 6 | a , aot * jand May. 5 a , N %& *
Party, next, Senator James P. Kem asked) t stone throwers arnss arene Six allied F86 Sabre} out ian ol x
r ‘ Z Ss Id action on — ee = “| numbered more than thes” to ont . y %,
vee the grav- Teehners “dr, 3o0;po0 boo” Foreign | (" and foot police brandishing| shot down a Communist MIG ib ry ew ru y ‘ *
ity with which|Aid Programme until France| tons broke up other demonstra-| jet fighter and damaged another ® © x +
it was viewedjand Germany ratify the Lisbon ions. Several demonstr ators were] to-day in a ten-minute air battle ¥ & %
Was serected lagipergprite on Atlantic Pact, ds-| ened sd one Potlce oe aaals| over Korea. _ Fighter-bombers NEW YORK, March 6, z x
this morning by | fences las beaten unconscious by Mal-| meanwhile destroyed or damaged Medical sources said that r é , ‘ >
I h - i ] ical s s said that new anti-tuberculosis drugs |¢@ ’
the Daily Her- e outside Valetta’s General|s59 freight cars and oa ee me 5 19 ,
. ald, the official He said the Lisbon agreements st Office. \oraent ts ‘it tines an ae
Party new s-|are worthless unless approved by|;;Maltese workers in 3ritish | North at Renahion m a day te ked in some 300 hospitals. x %
ANEURIN BEYA paper _ Whose the French Chamber of Deputies| Military and Naval installations iby more than 85) sorties. Since the use of the drugs became known, hospitals |% *
headline read “Bevanites Defy jand the’ Wéstern German Bunde-/|are on strike seeking a wage) "A y a F oe, through the Tinited States s A a fe ean Te ¢
Party In Defence Vote.” stag. Alsq “there is a strong] {perease ir strikes came after stepped iroughout the United States and in all parts of the worlc ist S
—U.P. |possibility that France and West} —vu.p. |"? Communist artillery barrage have requested supplies to be used on an experimental |% %
Gepmahe will not ratify. : jon the Eastern Front yesterday. basis So 1% >
; > ie om- ee >
FIRST MEETING It lly agreed that U.N. CHIEFS rs iandal te wate dete come|. The drugs Marsilid and Rimi- De; i ' 4 g
is generally agreed ti} ; é 3 to watch closely for sign$|fon are produced by Hoffman I - ¥ As ‘Cc “ .
CAIRO, March 6. |without the full co-operation of| ents —— of a possible Communist spring|{aroche Incorporated’ of Nutley vonee! x =) BES %
3ritish Ambassador Stevenson|these countries the North Atlan-| a NFER offensive such as the Reds planned] New Jergey and the affiliated ’ - * % *
met Premier Hilaly for 30 minutes, |tic Treaty Organization cannot a year ago.—U.P. Hoffman-Laroche in Basle, Swit Industries XS %
Afterwards he told newsmen: “!rjsucceed.” Let us tell the Presi- tentand The. drug Nevada ; < Ix x
a corny call on ee dent =. will ; eer ‘ane page AE ory N , hich i sa ntical to ne is ° as i 1% X
whom I'd never seen before.” more money nti >y ave JARTERS, Marc 3. St I a > cing produced by LER. Squibb / WL, 1 f |
Stevenson declined to answer|proven by Parliamentary action}, Three of the top United States} **"* urent Name d and Sor New Brunswick, New ts a zon * x
any questions. Earlier Stevenson|that they are in this fight against|Military Commanders in the Jersey. ~ x
called on Foreign Minister Abd|Communism wholeheartedly and | Pecific met with Ridgway, For Nobel Prize The first patients to receive LONDON * *
El Khalek Hassouni. without reservations—and that Supreme Allied Commander in the new drugs which are cou | In the House of Commons on | ~
—U.P they are in this fight to the fin-|Tpkyo. Ridgway conferred at th OSLO, March 6 ar derivati were at Sea View j 20t! February Mr H Hynd | * &
ish.—U.P. United States Embassy with . : oe at Hosp aten Island New} (Labour, Accrington) asked the | re Na
Shcing akther e teerd Canada’s Prime Minister, Louis} y.,-/- andes of ttate for the Cow-|e :
a r ; adfo} 3t. Laurent ¢ ‘orei Mi: ' . at aa le as ton Y :
“IKE” LAYS WREATH Commander of the Pacific Fleet eee % ane - ea shy ial ere i Iso cor du ed nies v Colonie he West |% NESCAFE is full strength, full flavoured Coffee >
AT CS Pee . . - a r “5ter -arso! © 115t) Yor} ornel ospita Indie t no ) pioneer [oe " +, i LE
aa ATHENS, March 6, Rev. Canon Johnson tiie: it-Ge neral O. P. Weyland,}or nominees for this year's Nobel|-, ie Sanatorium and 4 ist ric tic ; % Plus Added Carbohydrates *
General Eisenhower visited Commander of Far East Air Forces Peace Prize published tod by |th : C a ie it 3 s
r i t + » : . , 7 Wes a Ir r r iy er € eg A ’
Army, Navy and Air Units in the} Sueceeds Rev. Conliffe ind Vice-Adiniral C, Turner Joy,/the Nobel Committee of the} 1 Rak aaa teed to the standards |% wie sii =
Athens area and after conferring United i ete Senior Truce|Norwegian Parliament. The list} ne of the drugs be- has required is respe y i cite . . x
for one hour with Chiefs of Staff The Lord Bish appointed Delegate on brief leave fror§ his| which named 27 individuals fr@ini cama tenown, Arig | fartasvel ee} ios eniied * EASY TO PREPARE o
laid a wreath on the tomb of th he Rev. Canot n, Rector base camp at Munsan, Korea. 15 countries and four intern@|pave been as 7 ir : % Se ae see >
Unknown Soldier : of St. James, the Rural}, Radford arrived here from his|tional organisations included| Cables cz t t od I ¢ EASY TO DIGE! z
It is understood that the Chiefs'pesnery of St r in icces= | headquarter t Pearl Harbour.|Mexican President Miguel Al« lithe world te Dut J : * e %
of Staffs told E of thei n to the Rev. C. C. Conlirre Maj« General Ernest Moore|Henrique Pop De Vasconc ai from eve ‘ te art I s x
unwillingnes ) General] Canon Johnson will be licen-|United States Airforce Chief in|Brazilian law expert, Salv r} ‘ Méntserra I * \ NESTLES QUALITY PRODUCT %
Castigrione a Cor fice by the Lord Bishop to this|the Philippines returned to his|De Madariaga, Spanish Dip! f it i St Li ec * v
Greek troops in the North / ntic |¢ e in the parish church of St. Clark ‘i artergs today|and Author, Carlo P. R hipped by na } yut the forr f h 7 * On Sale At All Grocers =
Treaty Organisation arm J € r Sun February 9,\after a visit to Japan Philippine Statesmen T i ome cast yy priv-; t € ex Ce * %
—U-P. during the ev ervice —U.P —U.P. te tor O.P j G ~B.U.P. 9a KOLG+§ ODODE BDOD FD POPGDOOQOOM DOLD DEOG- OWS

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Carub Calling

R. A.-R. COOLS-LARTIGUE

Puisne Judge of the Wind
ward ata Leeward Islands who
came in here on Monday by B.G

Airways, left yesterday morning
by B.W.LA for Antigua.

For ‘Health Reasons

R. WALTER ROCK of Good-

will EState in Roseau, Domi-
nica arrived here on Wednesday
tes ‘he M.V. Moncka for about
two weeks*in the interest of his
health. He is staying at Swan-
sea Guest House, Hastings.

For the Races

Me DEORAY SAMAROO,

proprietor of an_ aerated
water factory in San Fernando,
arrived yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. from Trinidad to attend
the second and third days’ races.
He is staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.

Off to Rio
R. AND MRS. R. VAN DEK
WALDE of Canada who were
spending a holiday here staying

at the Hastings Hotel, left fo
Trinidad on Wednesday evenin«
by B.W.1A. intransit to Rio do

Janeiro where they will spend a
further holiday.

Travelling with them is
K. H. Winton.

Mr. Van der Walde is
export business in Canada.

Director Retires
J. PERCY FOSTER who
resigned from the firm of
Messrs. Wm. Fogarty Ltd. at the
end of last month after 27 years’
service was presented with a gift
by members of the staff on the
eve of his retirement.
During his service
firm, Mr. Foster had
Secretary and Director,
Mr. Roy R. Maloney another
employee of the firm has _ been
appointed Secretary and Direc-
ter in place of Mr. Foster.

Film Show and Scngs

R. G. A, HOLDER will sing

“Ole Man_ River,” “Deep
River” and “Without A Song”
and through the courtesy of the
Britwsh Council representative
the following films will be shown
at the monthly reunion of the
Combermere School Old Boys’
Association, tonight at 8 o'clock.

British News.

Charlie At The Show.

The Three A’s,

Festival In London,

For Conferences

~V. L. L. MILLER, Field
Superintendent of the Pil-
grim Holiness Churches in Barba-
dos, left on Tuesday by B.G. Air-
ways for St. Vincent where he w'!1
¢onduct the Annu’! Conference cf
the Pilgrim Holiness Churches in
thet Colony.

From St. Vincent he will be go-
ing on to Curacao to supervise the
building of a Church and to con-
duct another conference,

He will also conduct another
conference in Trinidad before re-
turning here in about six weeks’
time.

Mrs.

in the

the
to

with
risen





MISS PATEL, dressed in native Indian costume was one of the suc-
cessful winners at the B.T.C. Meeting at-the Garrison Savannah yes-

terday.

She was one of the winners of the forecast in the first event of
the day, the Castle Grant Handicap

Atfended Brother’s
Wedding

Mi‘ AND wiih. i. US MASSZL Y
of prance, ielt tor irisg.caad

on Wednesday by B.W.1LA. on a
sho.t vis.t before returning home.
They came over for the wedding

of Mr. Guy Massel and Miss Faye
Chase which took place at St.
Patwick's 0i.C. Church on T
evening.

Mr. Massel who is a merchaiit
of Martinique and France, is 14
brother of Mr. Guy Massel

Carristz:r and Legislator
ON'BLE JOHN CARTER,
berrister-at-law and a mem-
ber of the B.G. Legislature will be
returning home to-day by B.W.1.A.



iter paying a short visit here.
We is stay.ng at Maristow, Max-
wel!

Before coming over to ,
dos, Mr. Carter spent a week in
Trinidad where he attended Cor-

nival

Trinidad Director

R. AND MRS. N, TAWIL olf

Trinided who Bac-
bados for a short holiday return-
ed home on Wednesday by B.W.LA
They were staying at the Ocean
View Hotel

Mr. Tawil is a Director of the

Faulkne Tradii Company ot
Port-of-Spain,

were in

BY THE WAY eee By Beachcomber

AINTY is as dainty does,
Rice pudding was served to
three elephants at London Air-
port the other day. “This homely
touch,” commented enormous
Mrs. Crackling, of 2 (a), Disraeli
Buildings, Cuffley Rise, “makes
one feel that they are really one
of us.”

Three of us,” corrected a ped-
antic watchmaker, who had been
in the Airport queue for 17
hours, “If only they would give
Us some,” sighed petite, thirtyish,
dynamic Clara Fobstone, of Bex-
hill, “it would make me feel one
of them.” “In Uganda,” began
an export official, “they use huge
rice puddings to trap these
beasts.” But he got no further
They ‘all thought he was showing

ott.

Edible clothes for cows?
WOMAN who had a baby's
frock, six vests, and two

nappies “eaten by a cow was

refused damages. The judge said
that Yhe Owner of the cow had
warn people that the animal
liked clothes to eat. By the
time all agricultural land has
been commandeered for dirt-
tracks, airfields, and _ television
palaces, farmers might do worse
than drive their cattle into
tailors’ shops for a square meal
of cloth, and if the resultant
butter tastes of tweed or what-
rot, scientists will have no
difficulty in proving that an
ounce of butter with a clothing-
basis contains as much pomal-
decyde F as five rump-steaks,
and builds tissue. Send your old
clothes to the local agricultural



clearing station for distribution
to wandering herds.

Perhaps Savile-row hard hit
bythe refusal of so many men
to ‘buy £60 suits, will turn out
cheap, edible suits for cows.

In passing
IR-PASSENGERS had _ just’

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American Visitors

UITE a number of American
vivitor are at present
spending a holiday in Barbados.
Among those arriving here last
week for three weeks’ holiday

and staying at Cacrabank Hotel
are Mr, Jame: W. Wrape, Attor-
ney at law with offices in Mem-
this Tennessee and Washington
D.C. and Mrs. Wrape; Mr. James

President
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Mr. Wrape said they are all
paying their first visit to Barba-
dos and enjoying their holiday
immensely They have already

i several parts of the

nd and think the beaches here
most wonderful they have
seen anywhere in the West-
Hemisphere
said that every

trip like this to
and travel through the
Indies but they have never
so far before.

Congratulaticns

SOXNONGRATULATIONS to Miss
X Jean Springer of “Jeanville,”
My Lord's Hill, on having passed
her Cambridge School Certificate.
Best of luck in the future.

Jean is a sister of Mr. Dan
Springer and Mrs. Orrie Browne.

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M. ROBERT BOMBEZIN, for
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40cod home cooks could make.

Coquilles St. Jacques

First prepare the garnish, Cut
a large potato and a slice of bread
into small dice. Fry them in oil,

tter or margarine. For two
people clean 4—6 scallops, Cut
each into four, removing the in-
testines (black lines). Season with
pepper and salt, pass through
flour and fry slowly in butter and
a tablespoon of oil. Fry also two
thin slices of bacon,

Place the scallops and bacon in
a serving dish with the fried
diced potatoes and croutons on
top Add a squeeze of lemon
juice, a little oil and chopped
parsley, With this dish, serve
grilled tomatoes or green salad.

Salminade of Pigeons

Wood pigeons are now coming
into the shops in good condition
and are more reasonably priced
than other birds, M. Bomezin
says that this is a special dish from
nis native Gascony.

First, for four people, browa
two tablespoons of finely chopped
onion and one of shallots in lard.
er bacon fat, Work in two spoons
of flour and brown, Add a pint
of stock and two glasses of red
wine and cook while skinning, de-
seeding and chopping two
tomatoes. Add to the pot, together
with a bouquet garni, stir while
i. comes to the boil, then simmer,

Now brush two plump pigeons
with melted butter or bacon fat
and quickly brown them in a hot
oven, Place in a deep pot, whicn
just about fits them, pour the
strained sauce over them, cover
and cook very slowly for 14 hours,
Remove the pigeons and keep hot.
Reduce the sauce, but not too
much, and add a small glass of
Armagnac.

Have ready some croutons, fried
sliced mushrooms and. two slices
of fried bacon, cut into strips. Cut
each pigeon through in half.
Place on a heated serving-dish,
pour the sauce over them and
surround with the garnish. Serve
with new potatoes and _ braised
chicory.

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Jack A':nest Disappeared

--A Scarecrow Shouldn't Give Away Straw—

By MAX IPRELL

CHIRPIE Sparrow came to the
window sill and called excitedly to
Knarf and Hanid, the shadows. They

came running al once, wondering
what could be the matter.

“Did you hear what happened t
Jack Scarecrow?” Chirpie said. [1

didn’t wait for them to ask but sai:

vhe next moment: “He almost com
pletely disappeared.”

Knarf and Hanid exclaimed in
astonishment. “Almost completely
disappeared, Chirpie. What co you

® mean?”

Chirpie said: “1 mean that there
is nothing left of him but one sleeve
of his coat. The rest of hirs is gone!

{t’s just as I said, he’s almest com- |

pletely disappeared.”

While Knarf and Hanid were puz
zling over this strange and ularm-
ing almost disappearing of Jack
Scarecrow, Chirpie Sparrow was
saying: “And I found out just how

it happened. It just goes to show | out straw there’d be nothing inside

that some folks are too greedy.”

Whole Story

Knarf and Hanid now begged
Chirpie to tell them the whole story
for they were very fond of Jack
Scarecrow and didn’t like to think
that they would never see anything
more of him except one sleeve of his
coat.

“Well,” said Chirpie, “Jack Scare-
crow was standing in the middle of

the corn field as usual, in order to|

keep the crows from eating up the
corn. But Jack was feeling lonely
and was only too glad when the crows
asked him if he minded doing a
favor for a few frends of theirs,
Jack said, certainly be'd be glad to do
vors for anybody Th«n he asked
the crows who the r f’iends were.
The crows told him that their
friends were some robins and spar-
rows and mice and chipmunks. Jack
| didn’t ask what favors these friends
| wanted but he said to please send
them around.”

“And did they come?”
asked.

“They certainly did,” answered
Chirpie. “First the robins and spar-
rows came, whole flocks of them.
And each of them just asked one
tiny favor. They asked Jack to give
| them a straw so they could put it
in their nests and make things more
comfortable for their baby birds.”

Hanid

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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952

forthcoming financial year will
involve a reduction of operations
in all of the five independent
Commonwealth countries and the
22 colonial territories where
Council is represented. Reduc-
tions will also take place in 28
of the 36 foreign countries where
the Council is represented. These
economies will involve closing
down completely in any country.

—B.U.P. |



)



{he crow asked Jack to do a favor.

“But Jack Scarecrow needed the
straw for himself!” Knarf said. “It’s
stuffed under his hat and coat. With-

| of him at all.”
| Robins and Sparrows a
“That's just it,” agreed Chirpie.
“And when the robins and sparrows
each got through taking one of
Jack’s straws, there was nothing
left inside of him at all. He was just
|a coat and a hat, hanging on two
sticks. Then,” Chirpie went on, “the
| mice and the chipmunks came. The
mice wanted his hat to sleep in and
the chipmunks wanted pieces of his
coat to keep themselves warm dur-
ing the cold mornings, And by the
time they all got through, there was
| nothing left of poor Jack except one
sleeve which he kept waving up and
} down as best he could to try to keep
the crows away. But of course they
|paid no attention to him at all any
more. They were quite a bit afraid
jof Jack when he was a big stout
scarecrow but they certainly weren't
jafraid at an empty sleeve of a
coat.” 9

“My goodness,” said Hanid. “Poor
Jack!”

| At that instant, Chirpie flew high

up into the air and then flew back
to the window sill again, “Good
news!” he said. “Jack is about to
| stop disappearing! I just saw the
|farmer going out to the corn field
| with another coat, another hat and
a large bundle of straw. Those
‘crows didn’t win after all!”



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Drugs “Stop

Tuberculosis”

New York, (M.P.1.B.)

Two coal-star derivatives have
been found to “stop tuberculosis”
in “desperately” sick patients,
according to a report by Dr. Mar-
cus D. Kogel, Commissioner of
New York City Hospitals The
“amazing results’ reported by
Dr. Kogel have been duplicated
and confirmed in other public
and private hospitals in the
United States.

The drugs are known as Rimi-
fon and arsilid, and are vari-
ant forms of a common chemical,
isonicotinic acid. The discovery of
the drugs resulted from a tuber-
culosis research programme
undertaken many years ago by
Hoffmann-La Roche, Ltd., of Basle,
Switzerland, and its affiliated
company, Hoffmann-La _ Roche,
Inc., of Nutley, New Jersey,
U.S.A. During the course of the
project, literally thousands of
drugs were produced and screened
against tuberculosis without sig-
nificant results until the develop-
ment of Rimifon and Marsilid.

The drugs, which have shown
no serious side effects and amaz-

ingly beneficial results in some
200. paitents in New York hos-
pitals, are taken by mouth and

appear to be specific in theit
action against the tubercle bacil-
lus. They are the first drugs in
the history of chemistry known
to cure tuberculosis in mice.
Following discovery by Drs. Rob-
ert J. Schnitzer and Emanuel
Grunberg, of Hoffmann-La Roche,
that tHe drugs worked against
tuberculosis in| mice and _ other
animals, clinical trials with humans
were undertaken.

The almost uniform results with
human patients now raise the
possibility that tuberculosis, which
claims more lives than all other
contagious diseases combined, may
ultimately be eliminated as a world
thealth problem.

While Hoffmann-La Roche offi-
cials have said only that the
resulis to date in human patients
“are encouraging,” physicians in
hospitals where the drugs are being
administered report that the drugs
are said to work equally well in
all forms of tuberculosis. The
first series of patients selected
were those who were regarded as
“hopeless.” Temperatures drop-
ped to normal in some cases within
thirty-six hours after treatment
was begun, appetites were regain-
ed and weight increases were pro-
nounced. In many instances, no
trace of bacteria could be found in
the sputum after a few weeks,
Patients ranged in age from
to 75.

Of the group of patients char-
acterized by hospital doctors as
hopeless, not one has_ died, no
relapses have occurred in the
eight months following the initial
treatment and as far as labora-

tory tests can show, few tuber-
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diseased organs.

Spokesmen for Hoffmann-La
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production is established, ade-

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Caribbean Corn Is
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PORT-OF-SPAIN,. March 3

A survey and collection of corr
varieties in the Caribbean is now
being made by Dr, W. L. Brown
of the National Research Council,
USA.

In the course of a visit to Kent
House, Caribbean _ Commission
headquarters, Dr. Brown stated
that the immediate work is to col-
lect samples of the various varie-
ties of .corn. These specimens
wilk be catalogued and stored in
Mexico City in a viable state, and
will be available both for seed
and laboratory purposes,

Two main objectives underlie
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varieties of corn adapted and
available for propagation in the
Caribbean. The second is to lay

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ing information of the type which

he is collecting.
Mentioning the subject of sweet
corn, he stated that there are at

least two varieties
in the Caribbean, One is Cuban
sweet corn, Which has found a
substantial place in the U.S. mar-
ket, and the other is known as
United States Department of
Agriculture No. 34, which is being
successfully grown in Puerto Rico.

which do well

In the course of his tour of the
area, Dr. Brown has visited Cuba,
Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, the
United States Virgin Islands, Mar-
tinique and Antigua, From Trini-
dad he goes to Surinam,



CHIEF VET. OFFICER
TRANSFERRED TOT DAD

(From Our Own Correspond
ANTIGUA, March 6.
Dr. L. R. Hutson, Chief Veter-
inary Officer of the Leeward

Islands, has

accepted a transfer
t of Deputy Director of
ulture’ and Animal Hus-
dry in Trinidad and Tobago.
Dr. Hutson originally came to
Antigua in 1933 as veterinary
officer. The federal post created
in 1942 in which he served for
six years, and was then posted to
Borbados but returned to the
ovard Istinds in 1950. The
federal post was abolished and
Antigua again proposes having
rn individual veterinary officer
under the recommendations of
the new Development Plan.



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WISU Ball | |
WasGay

Carnival |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. |
came to London this |
week. The West Indian Student. |
Union had their grand annua! |
dance at the Fulham Town Hal! |
and at the Royal Hotel, in |
Woburn Place, many other West |
Tndians attended the mardi-gras |
ball. Unable to be in two places |
i. once I plumped this time for |
the Royal Hotel party, having ,
attended the W.LS.U. ball the |
previous year. And a very good
show it was.

Among those present I noticed
Dr. C. B. Clarke, former West
Indies Test cricketer, Mr. Willie
Richardson, a producer on the |
BBC West Indies service, and
Yolande Pompee, light heavy~|
weight boxing champion. |





Carnival

*
=”



‘Tell me

doctor ..

Can an antiseptic help in healing ?”




Calypsoes

They obviously were having al
good time and enjoying the musik
of Britain’s leading Jazz expon
ent Humphrey Lyttelton, a Cuban |
rhythm section and the calypsoes |
of Lord Beginner and the Lion. |

One of Beginner’s pieces dealt
with the West Indies tour of
Australia. The theme, which J
am sure all my readers will en

‘ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free
from the germs that cause septic infection. To keep
wounds in the healthy condition for healing, surgeons
have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-





W. L. TABLE TALK

Duke Of

Uniform

(From Our Own Correspondent

Comment has been passed upon the unjform worn by

the Duke of Windsor, forme

the funeral of the King.

Keen observers noticea that
his great coat had only four but-

tons while Lord Mountbatten’
had six. Official explanation ‘s
that the Duke of Windsor was
wearing a watch-coat and not a

real great-coat with regulation six
buttons as worn by Admiral
Mountbatten. Watch coats which
have in fact five buttons, the fifth
being hidden by the turned down
Japel are now obsolete, but mey
be worn by officers still possessing
them. The Duke’s watch coat was
unpacked after having been care-
fully put away fifteen years ago.



Parliamentary Address

3ack to Scotland tnis week goes

Lady Huggins to complete the
political tour on behalf of the

Scottish Unionist Associate which
was interrupted by the death of
the King. She is certainly a busy
woman these days for last week
she was speaking to a_ private
meeting of Conservative M.P.'s at
the House of Commons, I am
told by more than one M.P. that
she impressed her audience with
the knowledge of her subject.

Yacht Race

One of the main British entries
for the New York - Bermuda
ocean race will be a 33-ton yawl
now being completed for Lloyds
Yacht Club, Gosport. Special care
had to be taken in the design of
the ship. It had to be constructed
so that it would conform not only
to the standards of the American
Cruising Club but also to those of
the Royal Ocean Racing Club as
both have different requirements
Tn May Mr, A. J. Whittall Com-
modore ef Lloyds Club and a crew
of ten will sail the £20,000 vessel
to New York for a month’s triai.



MAIL NOTICE ;

MAILS for



Dominica, Antigua, Mont
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V
MONEKA will be closed at the Genera
Post Office as under
Pereel Mail at 12 noon; Regi
Mail at 2 p.m Ordinary Mail at 2
P.m. On the 7th Mareh 1952

="! Gums Bleed?

Rieeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
Loose Teeth mean that you muy
have Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or
perhaps some bad disease that will
sooner or later cause your teeth to
fall out and may also cause Rhev-
matism and Heart Trouble. Amosan
stops gum bleeding the first
ends sore mouth and quickly tigh:
ens the teeth. [ron clad guarant: +
Amosan must make your mouth w: |!
and save your teeth or money bu!
on return of empty package, Cet
Amosan from your chemist tod
The ¢varantee protects

YOUR SILVER
NEEDS THE GENTLE
CARE OF

NEXT WEEK IS MARGARINE WEEK

PLAN A WEEK OF HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY BUY GLOW-
SPREAD MARGARINE TO-DAY



ONLY



nena oe ens



IT TASTES LIKE TABLE
IT’S CHEAPER.



dorse, was “better luck, nex!| ; :
ion Expre " time.” | ‘troyer of germs is non-poisonous, gentle and safe on
~ — oy open iaadaen ina dla Incidentally, Beginner tells me | : While it disinf he 4 ‘Denal*
\ he wants to return to the Wes! human tissues. ile it disinfects the wound, etto:)
A! Indies fairly soon, He says that} Pa ‘ 7 vs -
Atem Bomb st he feels the need to freshen, up | leaves the living tissues orn to continue the
on his calypso singing — and natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
Wi d 9 Be Gontrolled where better than Tae | P P pa
in oO 1. ‘ Lord Kitchener should nave
$ r Ss OTTAWA, March 6. ajso been at the party, But un

4
Albert Einstein has renewed his fortunately he was indisposed al

‘DETTOL





Critici ed plea for a ene Authori- the last minute,
ty equipped with strong executive
power to protect mankind agains( THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
the atom bemb. Harbour News

The World-famous mathemati-
cian, author of the involved Theoi
of Relativity which contributed
towards the development of the
bomb says the danger that threat-
ens mankind is that no one ap-
pears preparea to act to organize

ONDON,





r Governor of tte Bahamas, at

Fruit Come On :
Moneka, Caribbee

News In Brief



{ an International authority. Each
waits idly for someone else to
eat ‘ . The motor vessels Moneka and ‘ .
7 “a h th is not reached in Caribbee both anchored in Car- :..and to think —
e Ted a ‘lt vill lle seis ~ vaeh Lisle Bay yesterday with cargoes
Misadventure time the AOU WE le with “each which included a quantity of an hour ago he was
. Bee he wry ae greens and fresh fruit, :
: ' sadve ua onih he 72-year-old scientist touch- Included in her cargo the *
Death | :by misadventure W&5"ed briefly on the atomi¢ future in yroneka "brow sht 7 barrels of doubled-up with
the verdict of @ Coroner’s jury : . ; : B
e 2 4 . a 300-word message to Canadians eschalot, 2 crates of tomatoes, 1
when an inquiry into the death : ’ s di © thi
of 15-year-old Charles Butcher ©" Canadian education week, cask of cabbages, 35 casks ol in igestion!
was concluded before Coroner, The message was sent from his fresh fruit and 71 bags of copra
Mr. C. L. Walwyn on Wednesday. home at Princeton, N.J, at the re Arriving later in the day
Butcher was jinvolved in an quest of 12 organizations sponsor- the Caribbee brought 8 casks of

fresh fruit, 3 begs of coconuts, 8

accident at Ke ri p ad, ing the week.—(C,P.)
LOMSD Eat ane Rava ee 7 barrels of eschalot, 28 crates of





St. John on Mé@nday. He died Thott snare ohsien. ct bbages f
at the General Hospital later the . * * CATTUNE: | aces. OF Cau 4 ‘y
seme day Opening Serv ce
% .. ae ; . .

two Fires ocqurved at chapel OF Syrtod March 11 Antigua Cruise
Plantation, St. Peter, during the ; Rn , ; .
week. One at dbout 10.00 p.ra The opening service of the Di b | Don't let acid indigestion spoil your enjoyment of life.
on Tuesday burht 950 holes of ¢ n Synod for the year 1952 will @ From Page 1 \ : :
second crop ripe} canes. be held in the Cathedral at 5 p. In the past, no proper arrange- | Aftermealsdiscomfort, flatulenceand heartburn can be swiftly and surely

The other occurred at about on Tuesday, 11th March, ments existed whereby visitors t» . ‘ a8 tat ‘
700 pm. on Wednesday ; and The Lord Bishop will deliver his the Dockyard ere called upon to put right by ‘Dolsa’s’ gentle, neutralizing action, Dolsa swiftly restores
burnt eight acres of third crop primary charge at this servic pay an entrance fee, The Society 5 tee . ae eee et Caan
ripe canes. The canes are the ea “gad ice Se acco have employed s ceretaker and the healthy acid balance of your stomach. It is prepared in correctly

property of “Springhall Lté, and 4 Celebration of the. Holy. Eucha- one shilling is charged to visitors.

balanced individual doses, each separately packed ina hygienic, handy
were insyred. rist at 7.30 a.m. A New Guide to the Dockyard is pa ¥ pa whys ’ ’















init’ tay) gh Members of the public are’ wel- now on sale at fifty cents per copy. envelope. One dose after meals is usually sufficient:
Winifred Taylor of Chureh . : eo services Friends of English Harbour sub-
; come at both the services.
core St. Mic eran ae that The business session of the scribe five dollars annually and
er wouse Was roken ane en- i . . * | £ ‘ os Of
. ; s arranye for 11 a.m. on are permitted entrance at any time, :
tere betwee 1.30 am, Synod is arrang¢ The t tee ,

Tue x ay ina » as a.m a Wed. Wednesday in the Church Hous There are about nineteen , Life °o Ss wna Restores digestion
nesday and a quantity of furni- pean ee 2A Many foods overstimulate the glands which line the stomac’s
‘eV ( stole ” ’ ‘abi y a alls and which secrete the acid ¢ ssential |
ture valued $49.80 stolen. “BIOGRAPHER Lite Friend is Mr. 'C. §, Forester, vee Oo ae Nala the wi algeetive juices essential {o

: ’ gestion, Then hyperacidity causes discomfort, But abrupt

Kenneth Corbin of the Be-va- LOADS SUGAR the author of the world FAMOUS alkalization can be equally painful. Dolsa is a scientifically
dos Turf’ Club reported that six The SS Biographer which *eries of novels about Horn- balanced treatment, made up in individual measured doses to
electric bulbs were stolen from arrived here on Wednesday ia blower” a naval officer of fiction om ensure controlled administration, Taken in water,
the B.T.C. Parimutuel Booth at now being laden with cargo for who served in the Royal Navy at reer i} its gentle, neutralizing solution is the most rapid
the Garrison between 7.30 p.m. the United Kingdom, Her cargo the time when the Dockyard w olsa way of reaching all the inflamed surfaces of the
on Saturday and 2.30 p.m. on will include 1,000 ca of sugar in its hey-day. : ! | stomach wall, Dolsa is palatable, sedative and
Monday sryup, _ 1,000 drums of sugar It is now possible to stand in mildly astringent in its action, If pain perijits, do

Â¥ * syrup, 600 tons of D.C. Sugar, 600 ;he Officers Quarters and see Fort Pe Frets see your doctor.
ian Bushell of Prospect, St ,



barrels of faney molasses, 75 tier~ perkeley quite clearly because the
ces of ‘tamerinds, 500 drums Of pusyed side of the hill near the



James, reported that fifteen feet Indigestion + Dyspepsia * Heartburn,

uf lead pipe were stolen from the high proof spirits. The Biogra- | .jor's edge has bee 4 Flatulence + Palpitation - Gastric acidity
int a i LS heh youd “bebweed uber getty iy “coheed to” C= on. 2 on ee 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK Also helpful in pregnancy sickness

8 p.m. on Sunday and. 6.30. aa..Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Lid, wilt ors, Bbw. 'ehlo. th whi aiana the |

on, Monday. The pipe valued be sailing for Liverpool over the Pat wo ye * . & ‘ Agents: T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown

ate$16.20. weeKeund. right side of the harbour to the .
oa old ramparts which once guarded





the entrance to the harbour.
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AS CLEAW AS 4 an Whistle
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WHISTLE ALUMINIUM CLEANER
CARPET, UPHOLSTERY CLEANER
FURNITURE CREAM
HAND SOAP
, LAVATORY CLEANER
RED TILE POLISH
SUGAR SOAP
» WAX POLISH
WINDOW CLEANER

REG? |
ZUBES COUGH LOZENGES

These are so handy to keep with
you in pocket-size tins. Easy to
take, Zubes bring quick relief to
a sore and tickling throat, Just
pop one into your mouth as
| soon as you “ae

fee! that
sore throat
coming on.

ZUBES COUGH MIXTURE

A comforting, soothing mixture
that’s well known as ££
a family remedy for
coughs and sore throats.
Let its gentle syrup ease
and relieve your trouble
Specially suitable and
safe for children’s
coughs. Always keep a
bottle at home. |

ere



«e<
AND when you have a stuffy cold, earry the new ZUBES INHALER
in your poct ot or handbag. A sniff will clear your head in a jiffy.

FROM ALL GOOD CHEMISTS AND STORES

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BARBADOS tq ADVOGATE

Gseewee=! Sr erie ine ES Pee ae)

FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Soyb Lends Itself “°c” l
Te Many Uses CONSORT OR KING

A New Theory
At research laboratories in the United States scientists are seeking new uses for
the soybean which has become cne of the nation’s major crops By EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE

beans will make an effort to-ed- |

FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952















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PAPER SERVIETTES'





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Friday, March 7, 1952 _

PEASANT FARMING

In Peoria, a city in the mid- ADVOCATE STATIONERY :
western industrial State of Illin-

By DAVID HELLER



ucute the publie to the soybean’s

WHAT rank and title will THE QUEEN |













Â¥
ois, the Northern Regional The soybean has thrived on iood value. The. edible soybeans . Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings
..) | Research Laboratory, an estab- #dversity) Depressions and Wars oture earlier than the field] bestow upon her husband? if
Until the large grant from Colonial | ‘lishment of the | United States Ores voor in Iv17 soybean pro- Varieties, usually in the middle} Privy Councillors whose views would cer- | Ze
Development and Welfare Funds was | (io ren eto Me ybeanis. uu) i tae United States wag Of, the summer. They shove Pl tainly be sought are already saying as an||j
spent on the construction of the existing | There recently five men gat down Sy ewan ot Wie We beans. They outfark table beans accepted fact that he will be made —s
; anes ons ; ah , » Ge s a seas P
runway at Seawell, most of the expendi- vat lige Sean coe Soe uemers planted all the beans is ores ee 2s Sel aid |
’ j a? . - . : ~ J 1, and agricultural ex- , n Bs
c Barbados’ total allocation of soup; then soybean cutlets, sub- ney could, and agricultural ex" 21-0 Contain about 12 times as C ~
ture of ee : | stituting for meat; the bread and petis in the United States learned much fat as opsinary beans.
£800,000 was being made on agriculture | 7 iimine were made from soy- ina. ine soybean can play S us Farmers, continuing to. raise} Queen Victoria waited 17 years before she |
; 7 ry rices J wv: . > § 2 dish was Palc in winning a war. e les; ; : -
and veterinary services. No less than eS eae rn was applied again in World War “iit Prom atin Sauna te bestowed that rank and title upon Prince |
£162,300 had been made available to the | there was soybean mayonnaise H. Tne demand 2 soybeans Nas ether or not the crop is bad| Albert. |
; 5 ; “dt row. c
isle - this purpose for schemes which | on the table beside the dish uf .ol-.nued to g i _ for the land. They point out'right- pak ei ele
island for this purp : iod Ist soybean margarine, and there was | ?he atencily a“ — pos fully that it uses considerable Her delay was wise because wide nationa
came into operation during the period 1s also a plate of soybean cheese. In ao. te cheos past to one Phosphorus and __ potassium.| icceptance and approval of the vo
5 3ls 4 the soybea eaters sam- PS Is i : : a” heel ; Pr
April, 1946 to 31st March, 1950. ) rete a such 2s man — Dr, William J. Morse of Teay a — nae. Cae - ?rince, who seemed at first so strange to|
n the current estimates Barbados is oy van speciality chili con the U.S. Departmen: of Agricul- aS) a x str eek “ i mre
I gp ‘ Bi aon: ee be yr? eee showing for the fixst time Increased ex Brie ‘soybeans The diners sipped adult life working with the crop. dow n, and jenves it et But Only when he made the grade, and by tact |
penditure on the department of science at their soybean malted milk Beginning with his first assign- ravages of, water and a

and agriculture as a result of this colonial
development and welfare grant. This ex-
penditure will surprise only those who

drinks; and dessert was a wedge
of tasty lemon pie complete with
meringue made from the protein
of soybean flakes. After dinner
they nibbled on roasted soybeans

1907, which was to in-
possibilities of grow-
ing soybeans commercially in
America, Dr. Morse decided that
first he would have to improve

ment in
vestigate the

their profitable crops of soybeans

agricultural experts maintain that
the soil’ erosion, caused by soy-
beans can be lessened tremen
dously by contour planting, and
by leaving the plant residue on





ind leadership won himself a secure place in |
3ritish hearts, did the reward come.

With the DUKE OF EDINBURGH there
s no need for such delay. He is already



i 4 rarietie soybeans the ground after the crop has
eens ore over re eon y tat a al ale kal eo The yori Seay. been harvested, to protect the videly popular,
capital projects as something final with ge ae that the soybean can he bred and cross-bred soybean scil from the ay ean °] Tt is now fairly common knowledge that |
Senet oF verircent SAprOO eRe: Be ee a ee cn a tone as Rage ry gna yr cg top soil, and ‘uow water to sink) here were understandable doubts before his | :
« . ; tute r such a wide variety o r ae eon . ‘
A sum of $201,270 required for the gen-| {ute for such a wide variely Of Manchuria two new varieties, the into ‘he soil. ngagement was first announced—among | Ph. 4472
> senses of ; lanta-| why am 8 ers aré grow- Manchu and Mandarin, on oO Few plants grown in the United a as ‘ is : "he
eral running expenses of — Pine F aa 5g ger teed "Ne it oui sen. these had high oil content. His alatne a ae thn. atant. Ol hose w hose advice the Palace sought—as to | C S PITC ER & CO
tion and the Central Livestock Station, and) my. soybean already dg serving a breedinz _tapecimente oa sees such intensive seientifie research} whether his foreign title and background | ‘ . H .
. ietric 2 . - ste 3; as | ride variety f es iny;.industry two Pp ants laic e as the soybea... The U.S. Deyart- s a5 sa 7 c i " |
for six district agricultural stations wide-s oS nage nin ” for lifting the soybean to its heat oft Ampiduiture has experi: night raise prejudice against him.
compared with an expenditure of $29,000 | The rise of the sobean is a rents ya as a a mented with it since 1900, and the # % be
; 5 s 3, se | > SUCCESS -S > » t o ré ‘Top. ractida state eolleges “owers. nd pri-
x 1951-52 may seem..graet to. those |.true success story, Not long ago agricultura SRP ctidally crate colleges, gro . and pi : Aha
during q & lit. was considered & novelty in evety high oil content soybean “te industry have helpea in re-] Lhose doubts have been swept away

who had not realised that there is an end
to sums of money available under hte Colo-
nial Development and Welfare allocations.

seh ae : : 5 it ste a rant i the development of almost CAS igh in oil tent, and .
alias ; 7 r and it started a rapid climb to I" res lose ee. Ae to disease, high in oil content, an
That evclonment ie the hast resort must} fame: #crased usowe of the soy Gveiy, Sain variety in the apie to a wide aren. jn yen} Tmediately, |
that development in the last resort mus bean has brought additional in- Unitec aes ey ~ plots and on the farm it as
be financed by.ourselves and that grants | come to thousands of farmers and for his unofficial title, Father of yielded up to five bushels per ‘KING IN NAME’

can only prime the pump. és
This particular expenditure is however
of more than temporary interest. Attention
needs to be foeussed anew on agriculture
and what it means-to-the community. The
experiments which are being conducted at
the Pine and at the six agricultural stations
were the direct outeome of recommend-

shortenings, salad oils, marga- of soybean, and thousands of ®'e dimer acid, Which is cused ir * * *
ations on peasant agriculture made by the yin pes soap, and even years of close cultivation and in- making high quality drying oil
id candy. te

West India Royal Cémmission in its report
published in 1945. The future of peasant
agriculture in this island is a subject for
current speculation among many people
and only at the Pine at the six agricultural
stations can accurate data be compiled.
The facts about the extent of peasant agri-

the United States, an interesting
legume imported from the Far
East with limited possibilities.
Then new work was found for it

in the United States to-
traced back to the
or Mandarin, Sub-
Morse has assisted

grown
day can be

Manchu
sequently, Dr.

search and development, Favourite
among the new improved varie-
ties developed one called the
Lincoln which is hardy, resistan‘

is



is now the basis of an enormour the Soybean. acre more than Dunfield or Illini
industry. It already ranks close jy 1929 Dr. Morse was sent to two of its closest competitors for
to corn, wheat, and cotton, as one the ar East, the home of the soy- t0o honours. .
of the leading crops in the United pean, to bring. back new varie- In the Northern Regional Re-
States, and’ the increasing uses ties of soybeans which might con- Search Laboratory at Peoria, sci-
being found for it promise a still tripute to the still youthful Amer- entists, searching for new uses
brighter future. ican soybean industry. He spent for soybeans, are invastigatinys

The secret of the soybean’s two years in Japan, China, Korea, Such outlets as paper coatings
Success is its ability to do a wide 5..4 " Manchuria carrying out ““ying oils for paint, plastics
variety of jobs and do them well what seemed like an endless task, glues, and human food products
Soybean oil leads the field of vez- He found that almost every vill- Two of the most promising items
etable oils. It is used for making age had its own distinctive type “¢veloped theré. from soybeans

the oil is removed, breeding in every neighbourhood ®nd thickening agents for gaso-
the remainifg soybean meal is had made each village’s type a line, and Gelsoy, a product thu
mixed withtstock feed to supply little different from any other in Tepresents, so far as is known, th’
high quality protein. American the world. He inspected every first gelatin-like product eve;
bakeries mix small amounts of new soybean variety he found Mace from vegetable protein
soy flour with their wheat flour and when one looked promising This edible protein dissolves ir
to make bread. And _ soybean he obtained a sample. When he Water end looks and tastes. like
flour or oil may be found in returned to the United Statesgin ®28 white, but costs far less thar
numerous other canned or pack- 1931 he had a collection of 5,000 ©S% White. It offers promise o
eged foods, y new types of beans, including 150 UDlimited use in the food indus-

The wide variety of uses for of the edible green varieties, with ‘TY:





Like Victoria’s Prince Consort he has ||
»roved himself, and the Queen is expected to \|

»estow the status and title upon him almost

BUT suggestions are already being made, |
vith some powerful backing, that even loftier |
tatus should be given him.

The argument advanced is that kingship |
‘nould be considered, even if of a limited |
kind. That, while the Queen would be the |
culing monarch, her Consort should be King |
in name if not with full constitutional power.

So revolutionary a proposal, powerfully |
hough it may be supported, would inevitably
-aise problems and issues on which unity of
Jecision might be more difficult to secure.

Those who know the Queen best say that
10 pressure will ever sway her beyond the
judgment she forms from her own wisdom

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culture today are not easy to-ags¢ertain but soybeans means tat farmers which to. continue his | selection The soybean is no longer thy She has great oe of ae eee : ;

n . a 7 ave many markets for heir and breeding work. curiosity, as come up through eep consciousness 0 rsonal responsibility ,
sufficient guidance is given in the census | pean crop. If the paint industry In his years of wort with the the ranks on its own merits, ane p pe Pp Also m= oa mew shipment
of 1946 and in a booklet published by the | Camnot absorb all the current soybean “Dr. Morse has made ‘ts merits promise to make it stil PALACE CHANGES ° 1

. , ; crop, the surplus can go to manu- many predictions about tb more famous. It can now — br 2 ts nd
Department of Agriculture in 1947 to in- | facturers of adhesives. or to inar- of his’ favourite plant, ne future turned into food and paint. plas. | A NEW monarch means, of course, a clean of Linen Sheet: a
i j i “garine makers, The number and seldom been wrong in these tics and feed. As new uses are sweep at th la e &

dicate the major outlines. | variety. of markets demanding guesses, and today his prediction find for it, the farmer will fine P anes Pillow Cases < otton

In the 1946 census the great majority of

the census points out this classification

peasants shrewdness... comes



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soybeans as theit raw materials is that the demand for vegeteble the market for sovbeans steadit: SIR ALAN LASCELLES, 64-year-old) 4 ° 1

ersons engaged in agriculture were de- account for the fact that there is types of soybeans will incréase “*Pendable; he will have a big] Frivate Secretary to King George, may be Sheets & Pillow Cases
P - 3 8 6 no surplus $f the har?e-working continually. ilo thinks the env- io iust keeping the supply ad- ney: gM Be, Ps |

scribed as wage earners. There were only | bean. Ins‘ead. there is frequent!y bean can herome a. tast sub, ecrate for the demand. (AGRI-| expected to retire. |

. ; m vin one 7 ; . ‘ erat, i. . e
207 employing farmers and 493 operating Make! ie to oerate mites Dae tac and ATURE - a Reperen) aan He has been preparing for retirement for 1] DA COSTA & CO LID
: & able re é eanners ar B DTS poetarie raat ats. eee ea , . - i ‘ ‘
on their own account, Farmers and farm | at a full capacity. cessors who ell fresh frozen "'s\ti'the' Wasniseton’ row” “W"o"* | 3ome time, and 41-year-old MAJOR SER || ° °
| seasors who ' ,

managers together numbered only 875: ; ay, —ieenteneeeeenione tipi mined, Heaney - - MICHAEL ADEANE, his assistant for .the |! =
foremen 423 and labourers 23,420. But as GIG The wiehest tenor... with the vast 14 years, will succeed him.

ignores the great majority of the small
cultivators of the island. Mr. Halcrow esti-
mated that there were no less than 19,657

; : Service foreign, and home affairs.
: . in his voice, a melting look in He walks with stateliness on who ever lived, he is apt to dodge : : ‘ |
holdings of between % to 10 acres in 1947 | his eye, He inoibte (quite sa, spaited feet, improvising the point by ‘saying - is mien His knowledge will be invaluable to the
ahd-during the 104@’census information was wrongly) that from the musical ‘ener recitatives as e goes, enough to do a bit of shooting and ueen in é vi sibility.

8 ormation wa angle the Albert Hall is magnifi- “Buon giorne bambino mio,” he fishing when he can fimd the time. Q her-early years of seapansibility
gathered in respect of 4,881 farms of one

acre or more and 26,415 small plots of less
than one acre,



When Gigli speaks of - the
Albert. Hall there is a fond note

cent, superbo, the finest and most
beautiful concert, hall the world
has known, Béffore going on to the

back at 61 to reconquer London

(By CHARLES REID)

will carol in top register to a
grinning Savoy liftman, “‘pliss tell
me ‘ow are you thees morning.”

When you put it to Gigli tha,
he is one of the wealthiest singers

Between the wars he found time to
do a bit of building as well. On
the outskirts of his native village

Genial, shrewd, and very popular at the
Jalace, Sir Michael at present deals with

He is a grandson of LORD STAMFORD-|
HAM, one of the outstanding royal private |



, —always ask for

A.H. platform he always feels But gal is more in Gigli than he ran up a nae with 60 bed-| -ecretaries, who served three monarchs. °
4 in : ons something in the pit of the stom- 2 voice plus nicely calculated room ‘Suites which cost nine mil- ir ; i is |
In view of this information 18 it not ach that is hard to define: not joviality. Somewhere inside the lion lire. Sir Alan Lascelles, known generally in his
strange that membership of an agricul- nervousness exactly, but some neat, dark tailoring lurks the — If I emphasise Gigli’s earnings| circle as “Tommy.’, dealt chiefly with Cabinet |
tural society whose fees are only $5.00 per insidious shock of emotion, To shrewd, laborious peasant. it is because they offer, after all,

year should not exceed more than 200 indi-
viduals most of whom are sugar planters,
managers and representatives of commer-
cial firms in Bridgetown? The services
which agricultural societies have rendered
to Barbados in the past are now mainly
supplied by the Department of Science and
Agriculture: and the formation of the Bar-
bados Sugar Producers’ Association has
still further reduced the activities of the
society. Besides meeting once monthly the
society organises the annual‘ agricultural
exhibition, but little else is known of its
activities. The government is pursuing an

likely to have, any the lower levels: of the house— : :

active agricultural policy and is displaying | bearing on Gigli’ urt and eareer? “Let's have some Tosca!’ “What King Bune ‘ta tee), one SOC ws

- . ‘ : ; I used to puzzle over the wor- about a bit of Bohéme?” “Why| LETT, the Superintendent of the King’s
a real awareness of the great importance shipping light that came into his no are i Wevidache
which agricult av rj eyes when anybody mentioned People packed away up in the ,
AIT life a end always play in the Giordano’s Andrea Chenier. “a corner galleries oh a ave with the ” * *

0. arbados, “IT sing 62 operas,” he wou top of the organ get only a quar- : : -
The Sugar Producers’ Association is | Sa¥:, “and for me most, beautiful ver view of the great man from| A qualified tailor, Howlett dressed the |.

cvercome it he throws his head
back and sets his chin in the
resolute Gigli way, rather on the
left-hand side of his face.
There is a psychological key +9
all this, of course. The Albert
Hall is the world’s finest concert
hall in Gigli’s view (a) because
it holds 8,000 and (b) - because
soon after the war Gigli filled
it four times over in one month
Who, after so profitable a feat,
can be expect to fuss about
such trifles as e archai¢ look
of the place, orieven its Echo?
So utiful
Gigli’s attitude: to the Albert
Hall is typical. All musical things
and many non-musical things are
to be tested by a simple stand-
Ard’ —Do they Have, or age they
Madtical

Fifty years ago he was an ur-
chin with patched trousers in a
village on the Adriatic coast, his
father the one cobbler, Beni-
amino and the Others knew the
nip of hunger.

At 12, dishwasher in an Italian
nobleman’s house, he used to climb
on the kitchen table and sing for
a mixed company of under-chefs
grooms and chambermaids. His
mother was his first singing teach-

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

some measure and test of the im-
mense pleasure his singing and his
personality have given to millions,
Which brings us back to his home
from home. From the earls
‘thirties on his Albert Hall recitals
developed a pattern of their own.
The printed programme is never
more than a rough difaft of what
actually happens. Gigli prefers to
remodel and extemporise his pro-
gramme as he goes along, adding
perhaps two encores for every
pre-arranged item,
Encore

The insatiable demand for re-
peats keeps him on the platform
for as long as three-quarters of an
hour at a time. Voices are con-
stantly bawling att demands, now
from the top gallery, now from




papers and State affairs. Most of the person-'|
il attendants of the Queen and her husband
will move with them to the Palace.

There is a strong friendship between the
Queen and LADY PAMELA MOUNTBAT-
TEN her temporary Lady-in-Waiting for the

manent companions.

HOWLETT, THE TAILOR
FOR the moment the future of the late
King’s personal servants is in doubt.
There are the valets THOMAS, JERRAM
and JAMES MACDONALD (who found the

|
‘
|
Australian tour.
She may become one of the Queen’s per- ,

the greatest name in jam-making




; ain is Andrea. I love Andrea most the rear. “Turn this way!” they | King for 2 rs. j i

always active and its willing co-operation -| cf ail. Andrea was poet. Much begin to show testily. Whereupow h eee P ene ite had: in bis dite wee
with the government on all matters affect- | ore. He. was poet of Revolution, Gigli shows his back to the main| than 500 suits and uniforms. :
4 7 * very umanita plenty melody, body of the audience and address- Once an admiral, about to have an audi-
ing the smooth working and efficiency of plenty feeling.” And so on. The es a couple of songs to the shout~ east , ; raat
the sugar industry is a credit to the island praise struck me as_ too‘ ‘high- ers, to everybody's purring de-| ence, split his jacket. Howlett fitted him with

ee ety JS a crecit to the island. | pitched by ihalf. Giordano's opera light. we one of thé King’s tunics in two minutes
But is the Agricultural Society pulling its | is good. but surely not as good Ecstasy y , INGREDIENTS}
full weight, if it cannot encourage peasant | “* an eed By home time the entire hall is RACE ‘FROM. PARIS

: a tage Pride... ; in a state of communal ecstasy.| WHEN the Accession Council was sum- RAISINS
agriculturalists to band together to secure But then I remember a detail Gigli has difficulty in getting to ey : ’ ; CURRANTS
proper marketing facilities for their pr which made everything — clear, his car. Admirers leap on to the| Moned one of its. members, SIR ARTHUR |} PRUNES

' pro- Andrea was the part which Gigli running boards and ride with him

ducts and improvement in their cane fields

sang as substitute at the Metro-












FISH and MEAT

FADDEN, Deputy Prime Minister of Austra-



ALMOND ICING







tor CX CP PSOTS FI

\ ite at the Mek as far as they dare, lia sightseeing in Paris alae ICING SUG Ae
and to create machinery i politan Opera, New York, when Such, at all events, has been was . DOCK CASTOR SUGAR
a boty ae inery for protecting Caruso fell mortally sick in 1920. typical form at Gigli nights in the} An embassy car searched the city for him, |$ Sane there CHERRIES
their own interests? Or are they waiting Never,” s Gigli, “do J past, It may not have much to do :
cele : forget that 4 . Metropolitan with music in its highest form,| but he was not found until 3 p.m. FILLET STEAKS
for leadership to beg t th ? igli : y
pas ship to begin at the bottom? It director say, ‘Necessarily Gigli caaaeie aeacel petenbnen But it is magnificent in its way. ” - . DRESSED RABBITS VERS .
wi more valuable if it comes from the | must sing Andrea in Caruso o, (When he takes the wed- WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED : e ’ x
top . , | place. There is nobody else. That diitar ‘cing obhie dest am 8 aie. —L.ES. He raced to the airport and at 5.5—five min- Dhichanee LIQUER: %
5 g mE >but. I am sor Or jc Li : F :
aise | Pee Gdause, wut the directonmne 2 goreing In the aeny ioe three Our Readers Say; |S after the Council assembled—arrived at GRAND MARNIER 3
ae . "7 ae : ” a 7 Pt ° : .
| ss ee pry, rae ee tb ee years and ‘behind & chemist’s A 1 Welf , Croydon without passport or English money a DUBONNET g
e Andrea, ren Was the first Counter for two, he scraped to- Anima elfare e drov : ; : SCOTCH WHISKEY %
fron Ore Deposits Gigli "Milestone. Therfore it, is seiner lire enough to take vinging. To the Edvor The acraeate_ |. 2° Stove to the Palace in 17 minutes and § : aoe eee
the best of all tenor, parts, The jessons at Rome Conservatory. Six SIR-“During. the dry “season, | WS in time to sign the documents. % %
~ . ‘aS ‘ reasonir s 7 y » 8 s , t 9 t e rine a nie :
THE development of iron ore deposits | Gigli’s temperament and back- Uivovaee Gasreiee Ware coal onite ae Saw eee me THE LAST COMMAND x TOMATOES 30 per Ib. S
in Peru will get underway shortly by the ground, iy dine Pius in Ta {Gioconda, For hia night's denuded of vegetation is all ae THE will of King George will be read to , CABBAGE, 30 otk ib.3
Utah Construction Company as a res | e 8 work he got £2. Eighteen years prevalent. We appeal to st > ily ¢ inds sa . »
f the signing of « : iN oe : rarer Outwardly he is the dapper, later his price for a single per- owners to tether their animals in the family ‘at Windsor Castle after the fun, *
of the signing of a contract with the Cor- expansive man of the world, In yo as at Covent Garden was shaded places, water and feed eral. . Just Arrived Phone >
; Ieric £ 5 Se « i y > rears sr < z % : ‘ i . iis) = = .
Paration Peruana Del Santa, =| tavel weary tne ben of £990 Castle, Too {hem ak teulatelAntervals. Sra] Only private moneys and property, such|® CUBe SUGAR :
tah have already run tests for ore breathtaking diamond pin, On “I am not a parish hall singer,” Humane treatment is well/@5 the Sandringham estate—a: registered |‘ CHEESH, SPREAD Xs
located 15 miles inland from the coast at one finger are three rings: his own ! said when somebudy at the worthwhile, for the stock ode. agricult l i = if DOG FOOD = DARD *
: int 300 Sate south of Lirla. T es wedding ring, the wedding ring Garden took it upon himself to quately cared for are an econo- agricultural company—are disposed of in the! \ pa pa x
i ae ‘ ' nl a Ss . sae ests so bequeathed by his pectin, and an hum and” haw, Until 1932 the mic asset will ' ¢ RS ANCHOVIES %
ar show that the ore is yielding 60° per eternity ring given by a woman New York Metropolitan paid him (Sgd.) CECILE WALCOTT, > > : . has ANG y 7 °
, t wast r ; : Per who has been admiring his sing- £20,000 a year. After 1932 more Hon. Secretary, B’dos S.P.C.A. The DUKE OF GLOUCESTER Sn PAE i Qeeictoe tena We Deliver %
cent or more Iron. ‘ ing for 40 years than doubled his yearly income 5th March, 1952 tor..—L.E.S, > ; ~
‘ ’ LOCOPSE SOS SOS OSS SSSSSSON





FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952



HOUSE END CONSIDERAT

$10,189,605 Voted

For Govt.

Services

AFTER three consecutive sessions, two of which
lasted for ten and a half hours, the House of

Assembly this morning

at 12.40 o’clock completed

consideration of the 1952—53 Colonial Estimates
and later passed Resolutions under the various

Heads authorising the

for Government Services.

expenditure of $10,189,605
The House was

adjourned until next Tuesday at 3 p.m., when they
will deal with the Appropriation Bill.

When the House had

been in session for just over

two hours last night, the strain of the previous two nights
became apparent as members lounged tiredly in their

seats.

the Colonial Estimates wa
Assembly in three sessions.

The Heads passed yesterday
were Income Tax and De:th
Duties — $207,100; Labour De-

rartment $131,005; Department of
Highways and Transport $745.5"
Airport $49,275, Electrical Inspec-

tor $16,053; . Housing Board
$29,122; Peasants’ Loan Bank
$3. .400; Old Age Pensions

$495,000: Water Works $618.979;
Social Welfare $4,036; Controls,
Subsidies etc., $7,145,365; Seawell
Plantation $9,962; Qontributions
from Revenue $250,000.

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE,
Public Buildings $193,441; Housing
$104,545; Roads $128,288; Water
Supplies $347,000; Loans $140,000;
Miscellaneous $158,520.

SPECIAL EXPENDITURE
Emigration—Token Voie $1.00
C. D. & W. $156,040.

Total Expenditure $10,189,605.

Meeting shortly after 7 o'clock
yesterday, the House passed the
remaining 13 Heads of Part .1
of the Estimates, (Recurrent Ex-
penditure), and went on to dis-
cuss and complete their consider-
ation of the Capital Estimates
for which they voted $1,227,835.

Head XXX—Income Tax and
Death Duties was the first Head
which came up for consideration
yesterday, Under this Head, Mr,
O. T. Alider :aised.the question
of illegitimates being left out in
the calculation of a man’s income
tax. He said that there was a
general cry against the principle
of not giving allowance for illegi-
timate children. A father was
compelled. to pay before the court
for an illégitimate child until the
child reached 14, yet when
income tax was being computed,
no allowance was given for such
a child. ‘

Two hundred and seven thou-
sand, one hundred dollars was
eventually passed under this

head.
Labour Dept.

The next head was the Labour
Department, XXXI for which
$19,805 was to be voted. Mr.
J. E, T. Brancker observed that
the amount for ,emuneration to
the membe s 0’ the Wagés Board

$480, was inadequate and said
that it should be increased.

He next spoke on the item,
Cane Weighing Inspector, He said
that that was a very valuable head,
The amount to be voted for that
item was the same as last year
and as it was greatly to the
interest of the pe.sants to have
the cane weighing machines in-
spected, he hoped there would be
no reduction in the amount of
inspection.

He said that not long ago there
had been an instance of some@ne
sending cane to a factory and it
was subsequently found out that
the cane weigher had tricked
the person and did not give him
the adequate am vunt. Whenever
mis akcs occurred, they were in
favour of the person
The more v gilant, trequent and
intensive inspections were made,
the he ppier he would be, He added











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attached.

7

It is the first time on record that consideration of

s concluded in the House of

that they would have been ‘no

hesi'ation at all in voting more
under that item.
Mr. L. A. Williams (L) said

that he had been often questioned
as to emigration to the United
States of America and he wanted
te know what Government was
d:ing about it 6

Mr. J. C. Mottley (C) called
Government's attention to what he
termed the grave dissatisfaction
among the returning emigrants
from America in respect of the
money due to them. He said that
many complaints had been made
to him. Some had returned some
six or eight months and when they
went to the Labour Department,
they could get no information.

He queried the duties of a
junior Labour Officer and said he
wondered whether he had to see
periodically whether everything
was working well or wait until
a complaint came. In that respect,
he said he would draw to Govy-
ernment’s attention that there was
dissatisfaction among the workcr
at Harrow Plantation.

Mr. V. B. Voughn (1) said thi
the same way ‘there was a. can?
weighing inspector; they should }»
inspectors to inspect in other in-
dustries.

Not Enough
Speaking on the question of
unemployment and _ emigration,

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he wes
very giad to see that, as had been
done during the past few years,
Government was still putting
in an appreciable sum to deal
with the question of emigration
But that was not enough, he said.

It should be found out whether
some people could settle perma-
nently in some countries, There
should be a conference held here,
as had been suggested by the
Senior Member for St, Thomas,
and the question gone ipto so that
the Colonial Officer would know
the situntion and views.

They read that in British Hou-
‘duras® theres was land being soid
for next-kin-to nothing and one
could not help wondering wheth-
er people could not be sent to
such a place, He was hoping that
Government would use all its
influence during the coming year
not only on American schemes,
but other places directly under
the contrcel of the British Goverti-
ment.

He said he was of the opinion
that the Leader of the House had
more influence with the Colonial
Cffice than any other West Indian

Leader and he hoped he would
use that office. He hoped that
when he left the island as he

was doing short'y, he would be
thinking always in terms of emi-
gration and see what he could
do to get away some of the

weighing, peop

p le,

Replying Mr. Adams said he had
made arrangements for going into
that matter when he left.





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He had diScussed the matter with
the Colonial Office and had aske.!
the Senior Member for St. Thomas
not to raise the point at the House
es he had intended discussing it.
He had to sound a word of warn-
ing, however, and say he haped he
was not misinterpreting their
views, but ‘it seemed to him that
the Colonial Office would need
lot of persuasion over the Evan:
Report.

He intended to press as much as
possible that even in a small way
*he ovevion of emigration with
British Honduras or British Guiana
should be re-considered. At the
same time, he would Jet them, (the
members of the House) know that
British Guiana had told them that
since the campaign against malaria
was successful and there were an
ex ess of Lirtis ove’ deaths, they
were ni. prepared to welcome emi-
g ons. Of ecurse he did not agree
with that, but that was a snag.

He said that practically every
country in the world whoin
they had approached, with the
ressible exception of Great:
Britain, put forwards som:
reason why they could take
nobody. Canada, the United
States, all of them hd made

excuses. Brazil had a specific
law on their Statute book
against non-Europeans = gein+

into Brazil, though that was

strange for a place like Brazil

which was a coloured country.

Every single avenue was being
explored. It was not that the
Government was unmindful of it,
he believed that if a Conservative
Government were in power they
would try their best. They had
tried and were continuing to try
and it was net fair to suggest they
were doing nothing.

Head XXXII
When discussing Head XXXII,
Department of Highways and

Transport, Mr. J. E. T, Brancker
(L), referring to Item 31, Mark-
ing and maintenance of _ traffic
lines and signs, road signs and
bus stops, said that so far as the
studs were concerned there were
an excelient idea but in many

- instances these studs were placed
in very awkward positions where:

the driver could not see properly.

without going beyond them,
thereby committing a traffic
offence.

As regards bus stops, he said

that many years ago it was pro-
mised that bus stops would ‘be
erected in the parish of St, James.
Nothing had been done, At pres-
ent drivers in that parish are
suffering from the lack of bus
stops. A driver might be forced
to stop for five people who were
each five yards apart. There
were no bus stops beyond Black
Rock,

Mr. Brancker said that he
no'iced that this year they were
asked to vote $1,150 less. He
however felt that St. James was
the area where they should start
erecting signs,

Speaking on Item 40, Mainte-

nance of Parish Roads, Mr.
Brancker told how after two
years one road was still await-

ing to ‘be done.

He said that this was only one
but there were many other
instances where no attention was
being paid to these roads, “We
are asked to vote $6,800 more
than last year,” he said, “but who
is going to look after the parish
roads, the highways and a pro-
gramme for the coming year?”

Several of the senior over-
seers had left and he was won-
dering who was going to push
ahead that work, He said that no
one could do roads by sitting in
an office and using reams and
reams of paper, They needed men
like Mr, Minnett and Mr. Harris.

He also spoke on Items 25, 28
and 36. He said that first class
technical men were leaving the

Department and this would pre-
sent a headache for the Junior
Member for St. Peter who holds
the portfolio for that Department,

Mr. T. O. Bryan, (L), speaking

$8.17 to $8.46

$16.37 is



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

an Item 25, Unestablished Stat!
said that there was grave dissai-
isfaction among the. unestablishex
staff. He felt that this magter de-
seryed better consideration,

He .said that representation
were made to him anu he went os
far as to visit the Labour Office
Promises were mede but nothing
had been done. He asked Gov-
ernment to look into the matter.

Mr. Bryan also agreed wit) Mr.
Brencker on the question of Par-
ish Roads. He said that ther> ~



rill «a euantits Inne
throughout the island and if they
fic not get officers and tool

could not be carried ont

; Great Less

Mr. C. E. Palma (bL), suid wint
he could envisage the great loss
which the Department of High-
ways and Transport will suffer us
@ result of certain resignations. He
felt that when the Department had
been tortunate enough in secur-
ing the services of a fellow Wes
Indian, who was properly quali-
fied and who had done such great
work in the island, and to think
that they had in turn lost his ser-
vices, th. we. something Gov
trnment should look into.

In dealing with Parish Roads,
Mr, Talma said that if they were
to pursue this matter further they
woulg find that probably 20 years
ago the same 182 miles of these
roads were under the control of
the Department of Highways end
Transport, “What is good for 20
years ago is certainly not good fo
today.” Because 20 years ago
H. & T.. vas only responsible for
132 miles of parish roads it did
not mean that that figure shouid
not be revised and the Depart-
ment made responsible for 23?
miles. “Think of the many resi-
dential districts which have spruag
up within the past 15 or 20 years,”
he said.

The Vestry, he said, could not
be exnected to handle these roads
In order to get the roads done they
néeded a competent, conscientiov
Civil Engineer, a man whom thes
could approach, to see that the
work is done

Tivsineaon

As revards Item 38, Highways,
Mr. Talma admitted that the
main highways generally speak-
ing, were in a fairly good con-
dition but the point which he
wanted to make was the queSe
tion of drainage,

Along many of those -highways
owing to the lack of proper
drainage, roads were flooded.
Drainage was something which
should be undertaken and he
would like to know whether the
Director of Highways and Trans-
port knew anything about
draining because that Director
had never tackled the glaring
question or a proper drainage
system in the island.

He said that along Maxwell
Main Road, which leads to Sea-
well Airport, about 60 to 80 yards
of the road is covered with
water when rain falls and it re-
mains so for many days.

Mr. F. E. Miller (LL), said that
the Department was _ seriously
“overtooled.” It was a waste of
the taxpayers’ money. He felt
sure that some day Government
would not be able to get enough
money to spend on this Depart-
ment.

He said the Department
lacked co-ordination, co-opera-
tion, human relationship, etc.

He referred to the road at
Castle Grant and said that a
big tractor has been at that
spot for about six or eight
months. I¢ received two coats
of paint while on the spot and
it has been doing nothing.
He said that today the Depart-

ment had 18 or 19 rollers and, “it

is cruel for a man with a love
for. machinery to see it go to
waste like that.” When _ the

Department was operating 8 or
9 rollers it was doing twice as
much work, he said. He knew

‘that from time to time members

have always had something to




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ay about that Department and
what was regrettable is that two

years ago he referred to the
matter and nothing had been
done.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E), refer-
ring to Item 31, began by saying
that they were making provision
for bus stops and there were not
enough buses on the road.

He said that for some reason
the Bus Concessionaires have not
been putting as many buses as
required to cater to the public
on the road. It would be dis-
honest for a Bus Concessionaire
to say that he is not making
money. All over the island people
were erying out that their
children could not get to school
on ume.

He had heard Concessionaires
say that they were willing to run
more buses but were not allowed
to do so. He said that either they
were the’ biggest set of ignora-
muses running that Board or they
were most dishonest.

In his position in the Vestry he
saw figures that showed that one
of the biggest bus companies in the
island was making $800 a year
per bus. Taking into considera-
tion the cost of the bus and reduc-
ing depreciation, etc., this is a
handsome profit

Finally, he said that
lieved in free enterprise.
wh» in ested morey
given an opportunity to make
money. But they should not be
ellowed to make all the money.

He hoped that the Minister in
charge of that portfolio would
take what he Said seriously It
was pathetic and he hoped that
steps would be taken,

If it was true that the Conces-
sionaires refused to put more
buses on the road, then it was the
duty of the Department of High-
ways & Transport, through Gov-
ernment, to make them do so

he be-
People
should be

Resuming after dinner; the
House agreed to Heads XXXIII—
Airport for which they voted

$49,275, and Head XXXIV—Elec-~
trical Engineer—for which pro-
vision is made for $16,053, with-
out comment.

Under Head XXXV, Housing
Board—Mr. C. FE. Talma (L) en-
quired concerning Item 10, Trav-
vlling Expenses, and asked
whether Casuel Employees were
paid travelling allowance, He sug-
gested that a loan fund should be
established whereby loans could
be made to cover the purchase
of bicycles.

Mr. Allder (1) observed that
sanitation at the Pine was such
that one got the impression that
Government had removed people
from the slum areas, and those
people were creating similar con-

ditions from which they were
taken. He further pointed / out
that since street lamps were
erected, there were assemblances
under those lights for the pur-
pose of gambling.

He suggested that Government



Marching Display To-night

Y kind permission of Lt. Col.
J. Connell, O,.B.%., the Drum,
Bugle and Fife Band of the Bar-
bados Regiment will give a dis-
play of marching and counter-
marching during the interval of
the Police Band Concert at Hast-
ings Rocks to-night. They will be
dressed in their Full Ceremonial
Uniform as worn by the Old West
Indian Regiment.
This colourful Zouave Uniform
—which prior to the South Afri-
tan War, was the normal everyday

dress of the West Indian Regi-
ment, is now only perpetuated by
the bands of the Territorial Units

of the West Indies. The History of
the adoption of the Zouive Uni-
form dates back to the Great
Exhibition of 1857, when Queen
Victoria expressed admiration for
the colourful uniform worn by
the Zouaves. Her Majesty suggest-
ed that a unit of her own Empire
should adopt it. The West Indian
Regiment were accordingly given
the honour,

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Bhould instruct the Housings ey 4
Board to invastigate the matter, = 1
and warn the tenants that if

they did not appreciate the amen- A MEASUREMENT no

ities, they should more team for the Olympic Games at
houses for se to 2 ee nan a hairsbreadth, has denied Helsinki will be selected. While
of person. , lark McConarehy, the New winning an AAA title would do

Heads XXXVII—Peasants Loap Z¢#!and player, of a world snook- much to further an athletes
Bank—XXXVII—Old Age Pen- {*, record. Playing against. Pat chance of selection for Helsinki,
sions — XL—Waterworks — and ‘Sitchen at the Beaufort Club, it is mot a guarantee. In Britain,
XLI — Social Welfare — were ! ondon, this week, he thade a an athlete is selected on his re-
agreed to without discussion. Nreak of 147—-15 reds, 15 blacks, cord: for the whole season. Here

Under Head XLI-—Controls. “24 all the colours. An official Britain differs from the United
Subsidies, etc.. Mr. Mottley (E) |! the Billiards Association and States, where a special meeting
asked to what extent Grade RB ‘‘ontrel Council measured the is he'd for the sole purpose of
flour and biseuit flour were sub- ‘ble afterwards, and found the selecting the team, This can lead
sidized” «mensions showed a slight dis- to anomalies, as in the 1948

Mr, T. QO. Bryan (L), said the: | ‘epancy over the standard size. Games. The ironical position was

since 1950 the overhead increas» “bis means that Joe Davis’ break + en created of Harrison Dillard,

to shopkeepers had gone up by ° . 146, made at Manchester in )older of the world 100 metres
per cent, and shat naietoee jy, 1950, still stands as the world jurdles record not qualifying for
spite of certain increases, decreast ?°°°rd: : that event because he knocked a
es in the percentage of profit on ° - ‘ hurdle over in the pre-Olympic
certain commodities, made it WEIGHT-LIFTING meeting,

difficult for shopkeepers to con- THE POPULARITY of weight- . . c "

tinue business. } fting in training has spread to

LAWN TENNIS

He suggested that steps should }et another sport. Latest to use
be taken to reduce the percentage | are British Olympic diving ek tee ae ve
of profits received by the Com- | ossibles Peter Elliot, Jimmy caretune’ “watched. Th Lawn
mission Agents, thereby passing Scott, and Tony Turmer. They Nastitte um ives Kaatchet de=
on more of the profits to shop- follow the lead. set by many ‘ided te tole “tio! *t ii vine th
keepers in order to afford them ‘2otballers, boxers and athletes, “70% 00 \@ke action lollowing me

criticism levelled at officials in the
England—Sweden Davis Cup
match at Scarborough last sum-
mer. The watching will be done
by members of the Association
council, and a number of retired

in_ Britain.

First to adopt weight-lifting as
® training for other sports, were
he Americans, who took it up
ust after the war. One who

some measure of relief.

Replying to Mr. Mottley’s ques-
tion, Dr. Cummins said that Grade
E flour was subsidized to the ex-
tent of $2.90 per bag, biscuit flour

$4.75 per bag; pickled pork ‘ound it of great value was Mal * ardinis

$18.00 per barrel and rice to the Whitfield, Olympic 800 metres Pires co-opted especially for

extent of 7% cents per pint, Champion, and joint holder of , SET aes ‘aa we the ,
On this information Mr, Mottley the world half mile record. plate fi igh ot a ive will

observed that the difference in plete ortnight, and umpires

subsidy in biscuit flour and the ATHLETICS : po Mae —* wae a

flour Which went into the homes THE AAA, CHAMPIONSHIPS under scrutiny. In this.way! i is

ere on June 20th and 2lst,
about

and hoped to keep oefficials’ on their

of people to make bread ete, was Britain’stoes all the time

very great. He wondered if any
of this biscuit flour was put inte
‘biscuits for export. At present the
price of flour for bread had pre
vented the sales of penny loaves

a week later

ANIAMTED OPINIONS

any longer, resulting in parent:
and children alike feeling the
hardship. He warned Govern-

ment to go into this matter very
carefully as this inerease cost of
bread might have its effect in their
having to subsidize more flour at
$4.75 per bag. °

Mal-Administration

When consideration was given '9
Head 2 of the Capital Estimat: i |
Housing, Mr, V. B. Vaughan (1)
quoted figures relative to the co |
of constructing and removing hou
es to the respective housing area:
and the high cost of constructin
reads at the Bay Estate, and com
paring them with the cost per uni

f houses financed under th
Labour Welfare Fund, charged the
Housing Board with mal-adminis
tratian of public funds.

The figures in respect of the
Housing Board, Mr. Vaughan said
were “fantastically and scandal
ously high.” and were sufficier
to condemn any department, anc
he suggested that members 0
the House should call for a public
enquiry into the matter,

Says Mr. Leo King:

“YOU CAN RE-LION IT
BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT"



Judging by the interest show:
by the large gathering who wil
nessed the rehearsal on Wednes: |
day afternoon at the Rocks,
night's display should draw a
large audience,

Beginning from to-night’s con
cert, in future extra buses will ru
from the Rocks to Bridgetown ane
up the Worthing route.

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BRAHMS DANCES

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THE GOLDEN VALSE
Selection—

BITTER SWHET

Vasodoble—



CAST IRON



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passe d | Sch. 7 AH. Van | Siuyunan, | Sch. ee
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. \RRIVALS — BY B.W.LA, H. Davidson, Sch. Lady Noeleen, Sch
ae TELEPHONE 2508. io LOST Our Derb a. Se ae ) MEARE Bite Wonita, Sch. Harriett Whittaker, | nie
ee SWEEPSTAKE TICKET: Series BB Thomos Dulaney, Elizabeth Dulaney, tq "yan 7 Fg Fremoei agg< _ - | ROYAL NETHERLANDS 7
For Births, Marriage or Engagewent | FOR SALE 1000 Finder please return same to Alexander Cools Lartique Edith Jackson. Funicia . M.V. MONEKA will accept
announcements in Carib Calling the | Charles M. Rouse, Sealy Land, Bank Hall bE FRC M LAINIDAD R , cray, Vv ARRIVALS STEAMSHIP co. Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
charge is $3.00 for any number of words | ——-———___—_--—— Road 7. 3.58—tn Yearwood, F Braithwaite, V. Williams, fv. MONEKA, 100 tons net, Capt. R e iniea, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
up to $0 and 6 cents per word for each AUTOMOTIVE rccngtnreetio ee Deen ee Ae eter, 7, Suman from aesinien SAILING FROM EUROPE and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 7th
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 | Fo Se ater, M Sister, M, Slater, M.V. CARSBBEE, 100 tons net, Capt. |. instant
between $90 and ¢ p.m., 3118 for Death) “CAR jon Ford Consul, Milage PUMLIC SALES 5 | Cae. ¥. Ching, ¢: Chime, Ws Ane. 2. M. Guia Sean. Desiinies S.8. BRATTINGSBORG, 13th March, 1962. |
joes onky after 4 D.m Dera a a ; Ale. 5 : rey, ates, DEPARTURES S.S. COTTICA, 2ist March, 1952. M.V. DAERWOOD will aceent
i unas es ae 2 meen Oe Asana: Not ood S. Arih » R aeons, ©. B. Goddard, M.V. LADY PATRICIA, 239 tons net,| M.S. HECUBA 4th April 1952. Cargo and Passengers for St. Lascia
DIED | 5010 after hours 887. 7.3.88—3n eh venta Genk, Fe ncas: ibaa One Meera Me sy Tinerrt SAILING T SOUTHAMPTON AND eee windellh. Seine
over.” 7” =? a. % La a BA = . . § 3 only for St Vincent. iling
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BASMLEY: (On March 6, 1962. at the CAR: One 1996 V-& Ford, 2 seater. In REAL ESTATE (By JAMES PARK) A. Fae Ore, A. Roval © In Touch With Barbados ys. an nite eas" bineohs site. Wednesday 12th instant,
veneral Hospital, David Lashley. H sood condition, A WW eee ———_—_—_—_—_——___— . ‘ - Dear, M. Clark, E, Parchment, .
Sikcal, tastes ‘bis’ inte rectsenee, | Ballepisine, St. Anarew . snatsr: | HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom | FIRST list of prices on the 1952] X°"Socia._. Small A. Moffett. #. Das Coastal Station SAILING 10 TRINIDAD, PARAMARIDO MV. CLARA will. secers
Maxwell Hill, for the Christ Church . ——_______—__—- coe all conveniences, with party-|classic races was published last} peli, F. Drretiell, | “AND BRITISH GUIANA oa Paenen, hae oe
Cemetary, at 4.30 p.m. todas __ CAR: all Velox 1950 Model, —_ oe enn oe as week. J was present while part| FROM PUERTO RICO: Ralph Hives, Cable and Wireless (W. I.) Ltd. Advise|M.S BONAIRE, 10th March, 1952, 1 be notified
fmt iog oa (Wife); to 7.500 miles, like new. Phone a s2--gn | servant eu storage R- cade of th h nec ry to arrive eee Coen ne. sean een that they can now communicate wit | SS OTC this AND CURAOAO
- & ‘ ve s -— ary ts v ary jexander ‘ordes, Ons bh ~\ 8 . =
Ca i sees saika *“—~" 1 On attractive hillside site, Rockley New ae _ anes he following ships through their Bar~| 54M w ‘Wi SCHOONER OWNERS
| GARLAustin Al), 1081 model. Mileage | Road. A. Barnes & Co,, Ltd. Dial 4476 at the prices was going on. oth) Fes | Georas Godt, ag, bedoe Coast Station | M.S. HERSILLEA 18th March 1962. ASSOCIATION (INC
WANTED er 6,000. Apply T. S. Kinch. Dial 13.2.52—t.f.n The layer decided on a fort ee, ee ae ot ae Cen 56 Gli, | 8. P MUSSON SON @ CO Consignee. Tele. No, 4047
: + me 7 nmheabiierd sehen apes ‘ im re Mess erde, s.s. Theodora, s.s. Lin 8 MUSSOD 3 ” . \
HELP aes nore 2.3.52-—-3n | “SiGe. one Board and Galvanised shop |Night’s “treatment” to get him fit oom pera ape Greaves, ei ‘Polke Bernadottee, ae Seawizard Agents I
can be converted into a Mission House.|/for an arduou -ampa nf | Woweenh Greaves, Heather greaves, JoWN es 5. Gaspar, s.s. Montana, s,s. Vesthav
SL ELECTRICAL or residence. In good condition, siz a nts at yo Alt ea ok, See os Ramos, William Moore, Olive Moore . Conqueror, 5.s Tamerlane, 5.5 | ee
Ao eek AUTO MECHANIC Se ee ee ET 20 x 15 x 10 Apply: W. W. Fostex taunt aa ne - nn he eee = bag ee aiA British Ensign, ss. Liberte, s.s. Fort | . ° “ ss ‘ = -
Apply Progressive Bus Co taste “PYE” BATTERY RADIOS—6 Volt, just |] Belleplaine, St. Andrew 7.3.52—2n unt meeting. was also under- William Moore, Olive P. id Tewushend, s.s. Raunala, ss. Regent it d Ni { ‘ i i me }
ee Pete See ROOMS | oe mE ger elerianhd ee eg —— going my “final gallops” at the| GU*%,, ae oe” Justin Redhead, 1.;,ard, s,s, Selector. s.s, Regent Hawk, | ANnaAGIan atvponal < Panis lps
6.3,52—4n. | P. C. S. Maffei & Co. Ltd SON PAREIL, Balmoral Gay, Hastings.) sme esti . te arles § n. ss. Vesthav, s.s. Ganymedes, 5.8. Ora
oe ee nie te ont ae 4.3.52—Gn. | standing on 22,137 square feet of land same establishment and hope our TO PUERTO RICO: Baisley Elebash, 55 Imperial Winipeg. ss. Safco I, 5.
vt: Pedy Clark with 2 knowled @¢ | eee The house contains four bedrooms, | preparation sees us safely through atariven hath. Vee. sone: ia Berianga, s.s. Sanwich, ss, Charleston SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives Galle
os rinan a 5 » y el y q ~ - 2 4 "9 prlorey, 1a aney, nm . s a x
yo ey Bl ag a FURNITURE syne, seamen wales, se Sere ee | oe : Deis. cy. Kitzabsth, Duileney, Coe ee SS Bee Bittencourt, a4, Alpha, | be Halifax Sovten —Harbades ‘Barbados
ree a — experiance Jiran pply FURNITURE—At reduce prices. Mag Inspection by appointment, phone 3779 oe ene ened fi was inn ipo, Hewat head Somurdy, Mex Park, s.8. Ariguani, 5.8. Rio ‘Quinto, s.s r+! ss ais . i Coes 29 Feby a = i
—— 1alification and experience aie : . ‘mine: The above will be set up for sale every o. ok tonnectec : REO - Nori‘a s.s. Elsie Thorden, 5.5, Was g.| (CANADIAN CRUISER’ re =
‘Applications treated strictly confidential, | Cedar, Dressing Tables, Vanities, Dining } 4+ ‘pptic competition at 2 p.m. on Fri-| with fo nd breedin _;2¢e Pomeroy, Yves Massell, Doreen 5.5. Naviero, ss, Gobeo, 62. Puerto Rico
Salaey according to capability. Apply. | Tables, Easy Chairs. At Ralph Beard’s |, pie SSMECY SD aatch at the Ofoe les rm and breeding, In addi-| 9" "Leroy Downes, Massim Tawil, *'s Else Niel .
Commission House, c/o Advocate Com- | Lower Bay Street. 13.52 an, EGay the aist day of March st the OMee}gion to Keylock’s Thoroughbred | scouy Tawil, Rudolf Vanderwald. Mary OR Dg ra mare
benys Eaten | er oo, CARRINGTON & SEALY Pedigree Charts he had compiled | Vanderwaid, Josiah Marvel, Gwladys Jesse Lykes, s.s. Ruahine, s.s Naviers NORTHBOUND Salls Arrives Arrives azeipen
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SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Gov | LIVESTOCK saat, Street a list which showed the pedigree va oe nokiohean Bann’ vstien, ss, Fiorkis, ss Poslo Tosanelil, 29 toe ae h 2 ‘gnats 24 March
nes oekiey cs FT S52 —1On * Sac : ane servel, - ey» + Waimea, s.s. Guifmills, s.s. Alcoa Roame ° "RODNEY” he 7 March 9 March 20 Mare
Club.* Free: quarters in Flat over Club | Gow—Fresh in milk, 4th Calf, 22 pts. aegicatncem ani of all the candidates at a glance.) Winton, John Dos Ramos, and John ss Gloucester, ss. Irisbank, s.s, Ocean | “ NELSON” |, ~~ 22 March 24 March 3 April 4 April 7 April
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fouse, containing 2 bedrooms, living-| per day. Apply: Laurie Greenidge, Foul} At our office, James Street, on Frias Some of them were not worthy | Mitchell Monarch, s.s, Liberte, s.s. Kvint, &.».| “CAN. CRUISER” a -. 4 April 7 April -_ 14 April 17 April
eee, Set te Se ates ot | bay, Bt Palio i s2—2n. Vthe 2iet March 1952, at 2pm. in separate} of consideration, but much IN CARLISLE BAY Prospector, s.8. Boskoop, s.s. Elssay s.s
. axe ow ledge of inte ‘ :
re a eee | a iia ceveling ptm stnding |, eee wad Siven to those WIR) men, Nach SO, Coomaiin Se. Senet’ sar tummiehe, ns. Semmlei eoOR
qualify. .Apply by letter to Secretary . 3. 52—2 2 id 19 penties. of ear reasonable claims, and 9%9,,;R-, Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Seh- Hills, s.s. Lady Nelson, s.s. Lady Rodney,
from-whom further particulars can be "so mee on ae ee sa T i tuall f' : a f Marea Henrietta, Sch. Emanuel C. Gor- E. Denh. Yach See Y :
r A Fitts Village, St. James. he dwelling eventually after a perio vot! a = = 8.3. 380 enhaag, acht Joe loung,
obtained, 1.3.52—-t.f.n : ‘ sit. ouberete , 7 don, Sch, Cyril E. Smith, Sch. United
ne boos POULTRY Noe wa Fe comecic. | Several weeks, a list of prices | oe See AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH —— 7 Ades ; ant way was compiled in accordance with » ————— aoe
ORGANIST-CHOIRMASTER: Salary | DUCKLINGS: Muscovy Ducklings. [tthe sea. Lape eeer JES. oS" e ; i = =



$35.00. plus feces. Applications to Vicar | Fifty cents each. Mrs. K. Massiah, Four-
by March4@th. Enclosing names of two] square Pit. St. Philip Dial 2442

petsdis for reference Only applica 4.3.52-—3n
tiohs.of good and experienced Organists

vil be considered 7.3.2-—3n MECHANICAL

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= r- 7 bigrerg teen hansncenalldti dah eionticn di acters
WANTED SLOAN- £7,000 secured b> | “ADDING MACHINE—American Adding

2. 13,319 square feet of land on the
sea coast St. James (opposite the Risk
dwelling house) with the newly erected

Bungalow. thereon. Water and electric After the list had been com-
services. installed.

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Lite maortsenes/ Fenew Ons a Hevce Machine by Smith-Corong, Handy Hand | dwelling house). jabout a French horse winning the
oe aot aoe Gw Hhufehifigon, & . a anor 29%. perches of arable lass, | Derby. I said 5 to 1, and on the DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS, AND TRANSPORT | an we ore
ate Se RAC ees 6.3.38. 5 u memes retort, “A jolly g ric HK : F / eet,
. MISCELLANEOUS Say Or ate te oabiian apply to Mr, C. A BO SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Colonial Secretary's | —_———— eee
STAMPS—We want to buy stamps MISCELLANEOUS Coppin on the premises. Telephone S100 First Impression . ! Pug up to 12 noon on the 8th March, 1952, for the supply of Barba- | LE ALE TE i
Colicétioys,gnd oddments to arn’ amount rere enenn aa For further particulars and conditions | : os Limeston s ey , | 3 a Ri A
for spot cash. At fhe ‘caribbean ‘Ramp 5 he habatoea rg Ft tye Ad o ba ng of sale. iipply ton BANTIALD From which it will be gathered Highways oat comes ana i ae ita a er Repaxnnent of | 4 ca \e we “ke ti
Society. 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Sueet | fram at $912 each. W. M. Ford, 35 Roe- HUTCHI ey eo—oy. {that in the opinion of one of the | 4, ist A “il 9 Sp we a period of twelve (12) months from | south Guadel ue,
3.58-5M- i buck Street. Dial 3480 6.3.52—In | leading layers our chance of win- | ‘"° *5* “Pru, 1952, ; —— foe oS juade ete TE — ,
~ Sei pocleesiceaceninnaarn han riparian lat ta ae rbados iniday a Curacao amai
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE] cereats—Al Bran Corn Flakes AUCTION jning the Derby is by no means 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should be | - ° : .
, PREALS a Ss | * * 2 |
The application of | Kixton of Kir- POatmea!, Shredded Wheat and Oatfakes | ————————— bright, submitted in respect of isions: —
tons, St Philip inv petneebr te Mell in tins. 'W IM “Ford, 3 hosbu x ‘Street. CAR—Ford Prefect Saloon 1950 Model| That remains to be seen, and (a) N m4 1 or any of the following divisions: | From Southampton Arrives Barbados
paris, Malt Liquors &e., st 4 tcord and | Dini 3489 6.5.52--2n damaged in accident. | We are, tastranind \ while one carinoy be optimistic a Pea sai ivision—Parishes of St, Lucy and St. Peter. | “COLOMBIE” .... 18th March, 1952... .... 31st March, ty
bingle shop at M field, St Phil: Si itpemennittimementiipmimmmmemmnnens tO Offer this vehicle for sale by auction ; § “ ivision— * ‘ 130, | nie ” ; :
Dated thie Sed a oh Mazel oa “KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS. A fat McEnearney’s Garage on Friday 7th this stage there is the hope that (b) res Division—Parishes of Christ Church, St. Philip | eoetaberet —_ a = of _ at ee 1952
% A W. HARPER, S6. small shipment of the famous Electrolux Jat 2 p.m. John M, Bladon & Company. Jwe can unearth another Arctic | and . John. | on ay, Base tees y>
Ag ce ™ ( Pit ‘ segepsene Retrigerstors has just arrived. Auctioneers. 2.3.52—4n | brince or Supreme Court (c) Eastern Division—Parishes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph. | *Not calling at Guadeloupe
Gun » Kee e 4 : 2 * . . , - lee ———— “ = 'e a s 7 “ °
+e FLAME orca Grawreom, Lower Broad. Street. Diai MER My first impression of the prices (d) Western Division—Parishes of St. Michael, St. George, | SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE
N.} = The applteation will be consid- | 5136.” (95240, UNDER THE IVORY HAM on the 2,000’ Guineas was that Bob [™ St. Thomas
; as and St. James. From Barbados Arrives Southampton
cred icagepre court td be held at : Ee ~~ a. |. By instructions received from the Major was a reasonable proposi- | “ ” “ee
Police Court Diet. “G", on Monday the | LAPTON’S FRENCH COFFEE: A], natructions ji selon Friday,ition at 14=1. The ls ; 3. A tenderer under paragraph 2 may also submit a separate COLOMBIE” .... lith April, 1952... .... 23rd April,- 1952
17h ¢ Moreh 1952. at 11 w'cloek puniversal favourite with connoisseurs. jmsurance Co. a or ee nS a. e layer did Not) tonder ¢ ‘ imati Stes - } “DE GRASSE” 19th May, 1952 29th May, 1952
e } Fresh shipment now in the hands of your |Mareh 7th. at Messrs. Chelsea Garage think he was giving anything away ender for any combination of Divisions tendered for under paragraph | « a el ee iy pest, 2 oe at r 1952
© Ag Pol uit ms ist re Sor hae ees ioe Venqourd oC Deriabed in Caster) Terme and said he was content to stand |2 99 the basis of paragraph 6, except that for the final words “on spot | cs atte s sitiner ener on Raiiaeninee™ am
A Police } ist ate, st. “CY” : 7.3.52— - . ‘ a ‘ foi ” ate’ | é
+.8—in Tg eiciisigecemeenennn ane LORD, ORNS. At 9 Bn : on the Goodwood form with Gay] aiywhere within the Division” read “on spot anywhere within com- |
nae nen iteaeneetiiteenninns | LIPTON'S TEA: New shipment of this VINCENT OO aeabr Time as representing true merit. | bined Division.” : |
rm Stat taes tcomsante the largest, swe \s 2.8.52—4n That he does not expect Boo 4, Samples of limestone of th lit ired b
: Digestive i the world is now in the hands of | =—————————— Major to sty a mile and a haif ; a: AUaLty TOqUineG. May He’ seen,






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SEALED rag oe 9 : to my ° ‘ is that I am offering the best house at Hastings on the sea si
reverie on e a Baan eS It was the slow time at Good- |funded; but no person or persons who may refuscâ„¢%o enter into a con- as a guest house or small hotel. It ctpndae on 9,700 si as

tne Cletk of the Vestry up to 2 o'clock} Wood which caused me to wonder {tract when so called upon . 5 a
eon on Thursday the 20th day of March.| whether we saw the real Boo pon shall have the deposits made by them feet of land and has (6) bedrooms with further possibilities

vroduet to their renowned
owder, They are the most
eonvenient wa of checking
diwestive disorders away from

OlL—The wirld’s finest motor oil
Veedol, at all leading Garages and Service
Stations. Your vehicle deserves the best.

: your grocer. If you have not yet mad: f p
* Upsets esta oe wie aie Mee 5 PUBLIC NOTICES Lord Rosebery’s colt is a 20-1 |°btained on application at the Department of Highways and Trans- SS SESS
_ obtain a complimenta sample \ = |
F. Hutson, Ltd. Distributor Brea v2! eee ‘3 atid . port. ‘
7.3.89—2n | "1 am holding a watching prie 5. Tenders are to be m i i
: 5 ; 5. ade on forms which can be obtained at|])
Altep- extensive research, —$—$——_ NOTICE for Bob Major for the present, as Z jr ih
) ° NUTS in tins, Salted Almonds, Salted t o the Colonial Secretary’s Office on payme: eposi i | *
P v tt's Laboratories have Cashew, Nuts and Peanuts, W. T. Ford, SUPPLIES FOR THE POOR OF THE before Goodwood he and Kings ($5.00). After a coil ak hn on yment of a deposit of Five Dollars |}) REAL ESTATE
produced De Witt's Antacid 35 Roebuck Street. Dial 3489. PARISH OF SAINT MICHAEL. Bench were the fastest two-yeur- +)» & a as n entered into, those persons who |}| When ay fy facts y
Tablets,’ new companion- 6.3.52-2.] SEALED TENDERS in duplicate} olds according to my watch. may have submitted bona fide tenders will haye their deposits re- ||} you are sure of your facts you can boast, and my boast




































V! OFound wherever fine cat$|for the undermentioned supplies in sucn Pee the refunded, and these shall be forfeited and paid into the Treasury. and is in perfect order.
home. No water required— travel”. 17.2.52—t.f.0. Santee ae, may from time to time be Major that day. 6. The prices tendered Also the house called “EYAREVILLE” situate at Eagle
Gast disédbee ent 04 wen ttthe Sa thc tine year commencing of the Ne Feith . prices tendered must be based on the payment of wages Hall Road which is built of 18 inch wall and has a galvanize
tongue for prom pt relief nS a oo Margy ist. April next. ic Sehacaehs o ait at current standard rates in the trade, and shall be the flat rate per roof and pine floors. It also has gallery, drawing, dining and
anywhere, Pleasant tasting now in the hands of your grocer, John FRESH BREAD er hor rede aad eee ere cubic yard at which the tender would contract to supply materials Regs sae ae ene bath, and kitchen.
S " Hutsen, Ltda Distributor der: t air ’ , > ent are; ms é i ake an appointmen o see em wi _-_
i r utson. stro denial aaah. Daas tendering out end. in ei eupectéd th Mngtthe Derby spot anywhere within the Division. | DARCY A. SCOTT, Middle Street. Dial 2645
oS xiv ka by two properly ae eseon, ee digtance and the only. one who 27.2.52.—38n. | , . 5 3.52—2n
tear ms i e Vestry), statin ee
pocket or hatebag FOR RENT Bein Tiingeess to Decome bound whn/"uprt hot dO-a> is Mogarch Mare. | lla
Size, 24 Tablets, the Tenderer in the event of their Ten- At that I might be Wrong, | WDD OO DU DODO OD DOPOD PPO OP OPD TOP OP SF PPPPPEO
Size, 60 Tablets. HOUSES der eine, accepted rg the dye fulfl-{though the lower half of the pedi-| > ¢ “ ee ee tof
; ment of the Contrac free does not inspire a lot of % i
With respect to the tender for 3 of con- ¥ i: x Pp V
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with FRESH MILK, the pronable quantity | idence when it comes to staying a R CE. TIONAL ALUES %

required for one year is 24,000 gallons} mile and a half.

and the Vestry reserve the right to : Be aly
accept the Tender of more than one I think M. M, Boussae wili find

person for the supphy of this articie something better than Marsyad
end all persons tendering for this arti- for the Derby, but so far he is

cle shall forward, along with their ; 7
tender, a Certificate by a properly the only one in the stable

qualified Veterinary Practitioner stating honoured with a price. Nearque
that the cattle from which the milk wii is regarded as having a better

be supplied are free from Tuberculosis hance i ss i :
Forms of tenders can be obtained at chance in the Derby, than in the

the Vestry Clerk's Office 2,000 Guineas, and this cout
By Order, may well prove to be the main

E. C. REDMAN. haee 3 ;
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry pe of the Aga Khan.

es
§.3.52—e.0.d.—7n There is no faith in the stamina To Mothers —_

———
of Orgoglio, but he will continue

NOTICE to hold his place in the market or
The attention of all Bexporis, wirms the 2,000 Guineas. From ali ‘ who cannot

These and many more
and Companies carrying on accounts h S ia ia b
business in the City of Bridgetown and e has wintered well anu

BARGAINS at
in other parts ana places of St there should not be any doubt

Michac!, is drawn to the provisions of about nim staying a mile. f ; ; |
st.bsection 6 of section 53 of the Vestries Others will come into the picture eed their babies | & L D
Act (i911—5), which = enacts_— inter 3 e e , 's

in time, particularly those trained

Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing.

For further particulars. Apply to Alma

Lashley No. 6 Coral Sends, Worthing.
23.2.52—t.f.n.

GALV. NAILS - - 47e, Per lb.
WATERPROOF ROPE ‘72c, Per lb.
GARDEN HOES - - 72e, each
GARDEN RAKES - - 30e, each



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BARBADOS.

NOTICE

ACQUISITION OF LAND.

(Notice required by Section 6 of the
Land Acquisition Act, 1949)

In pursuance of the authority vested
in me by Section 6 of the Land Acquisi-
tion Act 1949, I Thomas Edwin Went,
Colonial Engineer of the Island of Bar-
bados, do hereby ive notice to all whom
1it may concern that 1 have marked out
the lands described below, to wit:—Al
that parcel of land containing one rood
vnd seven perches adjoining lands of

.-, | Saint Christopher's Girls’ School in the
() porish of Christ Church and bounding
»» lands of M. Hazlewood, on lands of
A. Clarke, on lands of Estwick Kirton,




CL SEPEL LPF PPP PP PSS









SOOO PE PCPSE ELL PPVALPL SA











Jands of the said Saint Christopher's | alia:— " 1% %
Givis’ School and on the public Highway “On or before the ist day of Feb_jin France, There will be many Don’t worry ! Cow’s milk can be | AL AL LSP SOPOG POPPI SOSS OOS SSSSSS
and particularly shown and delineated of ruary in every year, every person in changes in the Derby prices lon aos sty in Serres so thatthe youngest baby | PL ALLL LPP APL PEA PPD SPS
; he plan thereof dated we 15th day o the parish liable to be rated in re- “ I can digest it without trouble. addition o' obi oe > SS
JOH Re May, 1951, certified by C. K. Nichols, reapant of profit derived from carrying before we reach the day of the ; he ition of Robinson’s ‘Patent
. Sworn Survayor, on tthde shall make to the assessor |7aCe and for my part I would pre- Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs, |
The said lands have been acquired for on a form to be obtained from the fer to await the results of the ‘ > ‘ :
4 the “following purposes: Extension ef | Vestry, a Return in writing of thelr French activities before interferins making it easy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work
playing ole ‘or Sain hristopher’s average net annual profit, in aceor- =
r e Girls’ School § } : said fin a Mnancial sense, thoi hil ing them i ri
hook. jance with the provisions of the sai roughly whilst getting t ready to digest heavier foods later
a“ I require all persons interested in the Act for the purpose of assessment How their two-year-olds of last in life, That’ ‘ . “ . ‘ -
BLADON ig ata i soon as {5 reasonably “In case and Proprietor or other] year compare with ours it is diffi- in life. t’s why wise nurses and mo $ always use Robinson’s |
vraucticable either s shall by reason of the regular [” : -
(a) to appear personally or by attorney ete of Teena Apoaate being a date cult to say, but they usually have ‘Patent’ Barley. }
é & ce Or aaant, Refers me A ne ae subsequent to 30th November but}a few in the background who |
a nature oF! nelr respective interests si { February then the i = i » ; |
¢ * in the said lands, and the amounts] , St aia be aude to. the ‘Acaasaeck either did not run or were no |

and full particulars of their claims
to compensation im respect of these
interests, distinguishing the amounts
under separate heads, and showin
how the amount claimed under each
head is calculated, or

bi to render to me a statement in
writing, signed by them or their
tte or agent, setting forth the

iors

ith day ‘of February, 1952.

Retum must ie 1th day of March. |8¢riously tramed.
“In case any proprietor or other 1 would like to think the Frencl:
person shall by reason of the short}are no better off than. last year

P h business has 7

period OF tone make the Return} When they failed to find one gooci

by ist February, then no Return nourh to get inte the first three

required.” ‘
Fajlure to comply with the yequir(
men of this sub section renders th: ‘

son and/or ns liable to a pens! P T: d

Oe enone ing itty pounds (£50) ainter r eate
Should circumstances over which

A.F.S., F.V.A.

COMPREHENSIVE LIST-
INGS ALWAYS AVAIL-
ABLE.

’ FOR SALE



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Dated the

“GOVE SPRING HOUSE", St Note:—Claim for compensation must

















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.

mes—A % store’ house on const each this OMce on or before 7th March, . ok . rol arise to cause J _ o
. rood grouse and ipiseeatshe | 1989 oath Sealed preter, have, fe eonral rise to < oe For Injured Ha rd 6
possibilitios, .; Th is excellent . , * | seribed dates, the Vestry would apprecia! ‘ .
bathing “from ‘a uded and pr | Colonial Engineer being informed by letter as to the reasor LIONED YEARWOOD, 21-year- 10-D.
vate MAMAy cove freee rt we ere eee for such delay. a eet me pointer of Burke's Village Ste AY'S NEWS FLASH ORIE N TAL a)

“BILVERTON", Cheapside | “hichael's. Vestr oseph, was treated by Dr.| {WE OFFER , .. ‘4
Commodiotis 2 storey tetas mn { of eaide Sie, Michael's Vestry W. H. E. Johnson yesterday for|¥? Cavalier ‘
ing in nppro%. TY, eres planted {1} 0 ou u er Sere ee an injury to his right hand which Hand Pai d J
Lege -rooitih 4 bebroums, fignile | ae he received when he fell from his] ¥ an ainted Jugs SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
Toe iitch@h. 3 ‘bathrocns et FROM A British Honduras bicycle near Joes River on Wed-} FALCON WARE VENDEMOS, SEDAS, The Refri,
Centrally located and ‘auit- nesday, He was knockéd off his| > Made in England JOYBRIAS Y ARTISTICAS e Refrigerator which ten

able for cenverstior Mio Aut
hoatding hOuse

QURIOBIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA OHINA e }}}
T

bicycle by canes overhanging aj?) 4 Pt. Capacity — $6.50
% ¢ 1 Pt, — $2.00 each

PLASTIC BY THE YARD

years ago caused the Bajan

Weak” Back? Huricane Fund passing lorry.

EJIPTO |

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SOUVENIRS “





















gles stores si anty & nih | Does sitting in a draft or in a damp, LONDON. FSS SSS |i Cook to exclaim : :
} ‘ Lowft cerftre | chilly room sometimes bring on an ach- In the House of Commons on s ee Se H A N NM Ss at yt !
: ae roe ling back? Many people say they get | 20th February Mr. H, Hynd (La- FOOTBALL ) pe. wm. Ht St, Dial Hey! Hey! Looka Fia
Mine ac eee MS |] “cold” in the back—or in the kidneys | bour, Accrington) asked the Sec- g } i # s46 3 Stk
4 ’ sitiges * ones hoes ee good to|retary of State for the Colonies . = a ——— =‘ mek ice!
PRANDONS” $t. _Michae) j know about the quic ure ief of Dr. | what part of the hurricane fund N E + caiat 8 3SSSSSSS9SSS9999O 999999 S99 SSS SSS SSF FE SSO
Ag ed oi iene »perty” | Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. M granted to British Honduras in ion ‘won a emaed ih piste : : If you are in need of 8} 2 le 2
ar t oasis edink te a member, both kidneys and liver |}1931 is still outstanding; and B.AFA. fixtures at Ken- ) x | as ere agate eee
| w of eticidedd grout js ret aa ao oe or whether this debt can now be sington are notified that a j LASSWA R E f
bo Se i bloodstream. So if you feel tired.) cancelled in the interests of the : ghia . G . ‘ 2 ‘
| productive cononn ne, | worn-OUty headachy : with painful Colony. ‘ cach tor’ te hae heqa en- % in full force just in time to meet the
is i = oi toate j d aching back—look to Galt fr. Lyttelton replied: No part * ate a . re eet a ‘ :
i} esti tinuga, pga, as F| PON Sesion satan Soest, wae DD | ee ee Ton ee pire out atty EMERGENCY % CE AL m EA a RIUM >| needs of those who cannot avail themselves of the
| te resic 0 1h i _ have been relying on Dr. |ing. utstanding capital and in- repairs e “ ' % | < A Atay Jr
| | Cis Kilneyticer Pht ovr [tele was remedy. His Ma UH} engaged ins ame 08] © ENTBAL EMPORIO % |} clectricity supply in the near future,
t A ag , “s Gov i 9. ’ es an ena a 7 > :
| a || "Give your tystem a chance to, work ye OO TT oe. that particuJar afternoon, y , (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets) $ These machines are for operation on kerosene oil,
a iceciatet proper? Always k Dr. Chase's a y ;
; ed prop Ce a Pills hardiessaneciati ‘ 960665 | (i) natural gas or electricity, and are available in 44 cub.



ump chilly weat Phe narne

| a8 eae ete eng "De Chase” ip yore: sane | \ f ft. and ? cub. ft. models.
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a

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mi vsrtys nave a uapce ||? WHAT THEY SAY! BOOK YOUR

Bes ce araaee ||9 teres oy ae one Several. Dollars Per Month
as “ee | ee eas | by Cooking with THE EMTAGE ELEC. CO.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952



HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON

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YOURE COVERED.



ISN'T ITA BEAUTY ?
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-“~ WHAT ARE -* YOUR WEEKLY
YOU GOING TO SPENDING MONEY*
‘ONOMIZE ALLOWANCE

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THERE /$/ AS
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THERE'S A SLIM
CHANCE I CAN
STILL HELP HIM

THESE NEEDLE-GUNS ARE NASTY/
ONE TINY PELLET IN THE
BLOODSTREAM AND... POOF /
LUCKILY BIG MOE'S AIM WAS
OFF! ONLY A SMALL DOSAGE
OF THE CHEMICAL
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DYING A SLOW
DEATH... IF
THERE WERE
ONLY SOME
“way TO SAVE HIM /






THANK HEAVENS \ YES..,6UT NOT VERY
THE WARDEN'S } MUCH SO! LOOKS
STILL ALIVE... / UKE HIS SHOULDER
WAS JUST GRAZED,
AND YET...

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AND BILL KENT HAVE
OVERPOWERED
THEIR GUARD...

/ THERE IS SOME DIFFICULTY
HERE, M'SIEU'? PERHAPS I
CAN HELP YOU...LAM DR. ff
ANTON! yo gd

BUT, MSIEU...0R. ANTON iP LOOK, THIS RING
‘AS NOT LEFT ZE HOSPITAL GETS RETURNED
TODAY... AND NEITHER ‘AVE B PERSONALLY TO THE
WE ‘AD ANY NEW PATIENTS OWNER / NOW IF YOU
ARRIVE / PAIRHAPS EEF CAN'T HELP ME..
YOU LEAVE THE LOST ITEM... Tgp Ay



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| MR. JIGGS SAID GOMETHING ABOUT
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16 COMING TO VISIT US-!'M
HAVING MY HUSBAND Fix
UP A ROOM SO HE WILL
FEEL PERFECTLY



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PAGE SEVEN
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Tins FANCY SWEET BISCUITS (Cold StePge) veiccceniann | 246 1.24
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Dress Circle 2.05 | $1.75 Pkgs. LUX FLAKES .............005 26 22
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25th ANNIVERSARY AL L,.RBUM

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NEXT WEEK IS MARGARINE WEEK

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to prove for themselves it is cheaper to Cook
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ne Large Bots. Roses Grapefruit Squash

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SAUCES & CONDIMENTS

Lemon Barley
Barley & Lime
Lemon Squash
Lime Juice Cordial
Appella Apple Juice
Brooke’s Lemon Squash
Make Food More Appetizing . Lime Juice Cordial
Bots. Crosse & Blackwell's Branston Sauce Robinson's Orange Barley Water
» Holbrooks Punch Pickle
Morton’s Sweet Chow Chow
Barbados Pepper Sauce
Escoftier Imperial Pickle
Escoffier Anchovy Essence
Morton’s Anchovy Sauce

bs Lime Barley Water
Keillers Lime Juice Cordial
Crosse & Blackwell's Gherkins
Heinz Stem Ginger
Morton’s Ground Mixed Spice
Morton’s Dried Sage
9” Pe Ground Ginger
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PAGE EIGHT ;

RACING RESULTS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952







TAKING THE FIRST BEND

Conipete For

ERNIE’S

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xs ys
AT THE GARRISON SAVANNAH, MARCH 6, 1952 First Time DEMOCRATIC CLUB
TRACK: Firm WEATHER: Fine ' '
LONDON, Feb. 22. 4 . >
a MRS. KAE GRANT of Montreal, 3rd & LAST ROUND
10th Race: CASTLE GRANT HANDICAP—Class D and Lower— the Canadian Badminton cham- until August
$800 ($265, $135, $45)—5'. Furlongs pion, is to compete for the first
time in the all-England champion- Roll up to-night at
ships at Earls Court, March 19—22.
1. MARY ANN 132 Ibs.... Mr, F. E. C. Bethell. Mrs. Grant, a strong all-court 6 o'clock
Jockey Yvonet hard-hitting player, hopes to emu- r
2. APOLLO 110 + 3 Ibs . Miss K. C. Hawkins, late the performance of her fel- THE USUAL DOINGS
Jockey P. Fletcher low country-woman Mrs. W. R.
3. DUNQUERQUE 107 Ibs.. Hon, J, D. Chandler Walton, who won the title in 1939. Ernest Proctor takes this
Jockey Crossley. opportunity of thanking his
TIME: 1078 Pari Mutuel: Win: $4.74. Place: $2.46, $4.80. ALLEYNE ARTHUR man} tfideods (it Barbados
ORECAST: $56.04. Trinidad, Gr a 3 ;
ALSO RAN: Usher (12zZ Ibs, Quested), Colleton (111 4 Ibs BLAT MARTIN DOORLY Saat a
O'Neil) their general support during
START: Good. FINISH: Easy. | length. % length. AN Allenye Arthur team rae eee
WINNER: 5-yr-old br.m. O.T.C.-Flash defeated a Martin Doorly team at ane “omperney. Speeneere.

TRAINER: Owner.

football yesterday at Combermere
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1lth Race: MAIDEN HANDICAP—Class C and C2—$800



($265, $135, $50)—7'~ Furlongs





1. FRENCH FLUTTER 107 lbs. Dr. A .L. Godard, Jockey Thirkell



FLIBUXCE (Fred Thirkell up) leads the field as they round the topbend for the first time in the fifteenth race—the Spring Handicap.

2. CASTLE IN THE AIR 123 Ibs. Mr. J. R. Edwards. Jockey Holder
3. MAGIC GAYE 113 Ibs. Mr. M. E. R, Bourne,
Jockey Quested
TIME: 1.35. Pari Mutuel: Win. 09.78. Place: $1.72, $1.24, $1.38.
FORECAST: $16.32. Lunways lying second on the rails won the race
ALSO RAN: The Thing (101 4, Newman), Aim Low (128 Ibs.

Crossley), Mabouya (120 Ibs., ¥Yvonet), Darham Jane (109 Ibs.,
Belle), Test Match (109 1 lbs., Joseph), Fille D’ Iran (109 Ibs.

Lutchman) .
START: Good. FINISH fasy 14 lengths, 4
WINNER: 3-yr.-old ch.f. Etoile de Lyon-Devotee.
Goddard,

TRAINER: Mr. J. R

length.



12th Race: CREOLE HANDICAP—Class G and Lower—8500

($165, $80 and $40)—5'4 Furlongs

Results Of 2/7-
Field Sweep





1. GAVOTTE 123 Ibs. *- V. B. Cox Jockey Crossley.
2.{ TWINKLE 98 + 7 Ibs.. r. L. J. Sealy. Jockey Belle

| ROSETTE = 129 Ibs ..... Mr. C. Barnard. Jockey Holder. SECOND DAY
TIME: 1.09%. Pari Mutuel: Win: $17.80. Place: $2.46, $1.52, $1.18 a a
FORECAST: $37.44. TENTH RACE



Amount

ALSO RAN: Vonwise (96 8 Ibs., James), Blue Diamond (125 Ibs. ;
Lutchman), Diadem Gi (119 lbs., Joseph), Joan’s Star (110 lbs., 2nd
Quested), Billy Boy (121 lbs., P. Fletcher), Betsam (133 Ibs., %4
Newman). z











































START: GOOD. FINISH: Easy. i length, 2 lengths. "8 00 ch to holders of tickets Ne
WINNER: 7-yr.-old hb. br.M, O.T.C.-Marionette 1773, 17 1202, 1204, 1343, 1345, 0202,
TRAINER: Mr. P. B. Walker. 204 Dea coat
Prise Ticket Amount
13th Race: CHELSEA HANDICAP—Class F and Lower--$700 — })\, 1178
($235, $115, $40)—7'4 Furlongs ard 1370
_ 9 . 0 00
1. JOLLY MILLER 120 lbs, Mrs, Lyris Nyack. Jockey Holder ‘'h 10 00
2. SUNBEAM 110 Ibs. Mr. G. de Nobriga. Aid 0 00
Jockey Quested. ath 0 00
3. WATER BELL 118 lbs... Hon. J, D. Chandler. $5 00 ¢ a 71 eeaT
Jockey O’Neil = Ui = tan
TIME: 1.38}. Pari Mutuel: Win: $2.96. Place: $2.00, $4.40. ~ TWELFTH RACE
FORECAST: $38.88. Ticket Ameen’
ALSO RAN: Miss Friendship (128 lbs., Yvonet), Clementina (111 "oon ‘an 43
lbs., Thirkell) . oies 03 43
START: Good. FINISH: Close. Neck. Head 2530 67 81
WINNER; J7-yr.-old hb. bh, Mill End-Jolly Girl sth ‘ee
TRAINER: Mr. Norbeck Nyack ath ‘ota 1
sth 1393 10 00
14th Race: GARRISON HANDICAP—Closs B and Lower—$900 Se ad tor a { tickets Nos
($300, $150, $55) —5\% Furlongs 2° 2202, 3001, 3303, 0481, 0483, 2529
SS
fHIRTEENTH RACE
1. SWEET ROCKET 111 lbs,. Mr. R. E. Gill, Jockey Lutchman | Prize zene $308 66
2. YASMEEN 130 lbs....... 1] Mr. K. D. Bdwards. Ast ‘mem 200 7
Jockey Newman. 3rd SS
3. DEMURE 117 Ibs.......... Mr S. A. Walcott, Jockey O'Neil 10 00
ioe a 3008 (Record). Pari Mutuel: Win: $9.18. Place: $1.96, 8, o) each to holders of tickets No
FORECAST: $38.64 a ee
ALSO RAN: Pepper Wine (117 Ibs., Holder), Red Cheeks (127 lbs., . FOURTEENTH ACE amount
Fletcher), River Sprite (114 + 1 Ibs., Yvonet), Arunda (104 . 6 en $557 49
Ibs., Quested), Flying Dragon (109 Ibs., Thirkell) . and 38.38
START: ‘Good. ; Finish: Easy. 1 length. 1% lengths. 2d 79.64
WINNER: 4-yr.-old br.f. Canyonero-Irish Rock. br 0 00
TRAINER: Mr. J, B. Gill. ah 10 00
10
ith
3065 10 00
15th Race: SPRING HANDICAP—Class © and Lower—$800 35 00 cach to holders of, tickets Nos
$265, $135, $50)—9 Furlongs SE ee
FIFTEENTH RACE
et Amount
1, LUNWAYS 128 lbs......... Mr, K. D, Edwards. Jeckey Joseph 41" "0868 $522 07
8}. CapOM BOW 116 Ibe’... Sar. Barnard Jockos Vet tao 1¢
3. DASHING PRINCESS 121 lbs Mr. R. E. Gill, Jockey Lutchman 2rd 74 58
FORECAST. “77 ag Mutual: Win: $7.32. Place: $2.48, $1.52, $1.46 Sih ae
; ; cae a 1906 0 00
ALSO RAN: Flieuxce (123 lbs., Thirkell), Tiberian Lady (113 + 2 1 1918 10 00
Ibs., Yvonet), Topsy (115 Ibs, Newman), Doldrum (128 Ibs., °% holders of tickets N
snag’), Watereréss (116 Ibs., O'Neil) . ot Ss 00 ao’ 1562, 1864, 0558, 0560,
f : Good. FINISH: Easy. 2 le 5, % le gad
WINNER: 4-yr.-old b.f. Kinkewagebyndye aati anaar ara SIXTEENTH RAGE count
TRAINER: Owner. i wee? $509 64
8 291 23
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16th Race: BRIDGETOWN HANDICAP—Olass F and Lower si00 3
$235, $115, $40) —5'4 Furlongs Sth
6th 10 t
Tth 0
i CAVALIORâ„¢ 118 Yee... ,-. Mr. Barney eg oth 3015 10
2. FIRST ADMIRAL 126 its... Mr. F. EG Bethe egret a eile ‘of tickets N
3. CA . 122 Ibs Mr son DOCKeY. Yvonet, 1810, 1571, ess. Of. Ae
RDINAL 122 Ibs.. Mr. J. W. C€ handler. ore SEVENTEENTH BRACE
ocke ste e moun
TIME ; 1.09}. . PARI MUTUEL : Win ; 32.46; Place : $1.16 S154 ea UT” “on. :
FORECAST : $18.09. , ee and :
aie ‘ . ard ei
ALSO RAN : Apronusk (112 + 11bs, Fletcher); May Day (110 + 1 th we
Ibs, Newman); Seedling (115 Ibs, Lutchman): Rambler Rose 10
(114 Ibs, O'Neil); March Winds (118 tbs. Joseph); Caprice 7 10
, (107 + 1 ts, Belle) ; N35 00 each to holders of tickets Ne
i reel : Good. FINISH : Close; Head, Head. 5575 OT, OO, OE On
WINNER : 2 yr. old b.g. Burning Bow-Chivalry, re

TRAINER : Hon.

V. C. Gale, CRICKET BOARD SEC.,

PRESIDENT TO RESIGN
KINGSTON, Mar, 6,

Nunes, President of t

Indies Cricket Board

ee
17th Race: B.T.C. HANDICAP—-Class A and B—S1,000 ($335, $165,
$60)—-9 Furlongs

ne eee

Karl

West af

3 ; t Donald Lacy, Seer

1. FUSS BUDGET 106 Ibs Mr, C. A, Peirce ec nigghalbiggonel i mage positio
2 . . Jockey Lutchman at the meeting of the Board
eee eS ts: An eA ee , Gioceenen . British Guiene or
3. REBATE 123 lbs.. Mr. M. E.R ae Yvonet April pew held office for
’ b : 1.544 T Jockey Quested DS ah,
TIME : 1.544. PARI MUTUEL : Win : $12.00: Plac e nies f

bali 5 4 oF 2.00; ace : $2.90, $1.60, D i

oe Woeoeen eS v, ST. MICHAEL'S MEE

OLYMPIA TO-DAY
TODAY St Michael’s Girls’
«will meet Olympia at the Nighten-

ALSO RAN ; Embers (103 +. 7 ts, Newman); Notonite (128 tWs.,
Fletcher); Land Mark (125 ths, Holder): Slainte (108 Ibs,

Belle); Gun Site (121 ms, Joseph). gale Home, Black Rock, at 4.45
START : Good. FINISH : Easy; 2 lengths, % length, P+ in the last match of the
WINNESR : 4 yr. old br.f, Bobsleigh-Palm Rily, TRAINER :; Mr, ‘St half of the netball season

J.T. Fletcher. r uae second half begin on





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Quested challenged and took over
the premier position.
There was a ding dong tussle

@ From Page 1

soon running at second place

on the rail while Apollo kept the coming up the straight and Jolly
lead. Miller who was then in the

Coming down the /home stretch, fourth position came _ through
Mary Ann moved into the lead with a driving finish to win by
to win from Apollo by one length. a neck from Sunbeam, who beat
Apollo ended ‘% length ahead of Waterbell- into second position
Dunqueraue who ran third. by a head.

ELEVENTH RACE

FOURTEENTH RACE
Maiden Stakes

; Garrison Handicap
nl

event was Tun over seven Three horses having been
ind a half furlongs. There was scratched, a field of eight bunched
a field of nine with The Thing at the start but Sweet Rocket,
(Newman up) and Test Match (Lutchman up) was soon in the
piloted by Joseph carrying 4 lbs lead. Yasmeen, ridden by New-
and llb overweight respectively. man was second and Demure

The field got off to a good start

with O’Neil up was third.
nd when they passed the stands

Right around the track to the



the first time, French Flutter home stretch the three front
was leading with Darham Jane horses kept their positions. But
and Test Match running into on entering the home stretch
second and third places resp€t~ there was a tussle between them,
tively Sweet Rocket however kept
They strung out by the five the lead to win confortably from
furlong pole with French Flutter Yasmeen by one length. Demure
nicely ridden by Thirkell € com- ran third, 1% lengths behind
” length ahead Yasmeen. Sweet Rocket did it
» were some exchanges by jn 1.062 secs, to clip the record
the four furlong pole when for “B” Class horses held by
Castle in the Air moved up W° Harrowe xy £ Sec
econd position, but French Flut+ Pee by 4 ee.
’ never yielded ground. FIFTEENTH RACE
1 Gave made a bid com-

Spring Handicap

ing around the clock, When the Tiberian Lady carried two Ibs
an Lads t °

field reached the bend it was os . ;
tilt French Flutter who reaed overweight in this event which
up the home stretch to win “5 run over nine furlongs with
easily by a length and a_ half © field of eight. Lunways (Joseph
f Castle in the Air, Magic UP) got off first and was quickly
Gaye was third half of a length followed by Dashing Princess,
behind Castle in the Air, Coming around the baad, Flieuxce
ridden by Thirkell took over and
TWELFTH RACE was still leading when the field
Creole Handicap passed the stands for the first
Running over five and one half time, Doldrum was second and
furlongs, Gavotte ridden by Dashing (Princess, third. Cross
Crossley, thrilled spectators as Pow piloted by Holder was bring-

she performed beautifully to win ing up the rear.

the race by one length from The field strung out by the
Twinkle and Rosette who were five furlong with Flieuxce still in
tied for second place. the lead but on nearing the four
Nine horses started in the race furlong pole, Holder who had
with only one scratched Von- begun to push Cross Bow, moved
wise (James up) and Twinkle up to the third position, There
(Belle up) carried eight and \ere some exchanges as the field

seven pounds overweight.

raced up to the two furlong pole.
A good start and Rosette pilot- £ pol

Lunways then made a bid and

ed by aaa Saeeees _into ‘he con lead the field to race home
ead with ravotte running @ an easy winner by two lengths.
aa the field neared the four , hath chad ot Dashing Pri aan
furlong pole, Twinkle challenged Sn ahend from the middle and, passing on S :
outside, she moved up to run arene RACE

tete-a-tete with Rosette. Around " ri getown Handicap
the bend there was a tussle be- Cardinal with (Quested up)
ween them for first place but moved into the lead from the
neither seemed to concede ‘tart with Lutchman holding Seed-
round. to the other Ing in second place and O’Neil

Then came the surprise. Gav- Piloting Rambler Rose in third
otte who wa following them place, The field strung out and
‘round the bend and for some kept positions until they neared
time on the home stretch made the home stretch when March

bold bid to overtake them as Winds, ridden by Joseph, challeng-
they neared the Grand Stanéd. _ed for second place,
Gavotte wa uceessful while However, Cavalier (Holder up)
Twinkle and Rosette kept their and First Admiral (Yvonet up)
ead-to-head tussle to the end. came into the picture when they

THIRTEENTH RACE entered the home stretch, Cava-

lier, running on the inside, moved
up steadily from mid-field closely
followed by First Admiral,

Chelsea Handicap

Chis was the second 74% for the

o eo fielded five entrants, There was a kee n_ tussle
As the yates flew Thirke 7 : :
pushe d Cietenhite ‘ or oe and Cavalier “ett ot he rails ran
end was in that position when ns lenge yy ae
the field past the Stands for the Cardi Steal nied . ye ob meee
first time, Sunbeam was lying ertoinal was third a need behin
second with Jolly Miller third. First Admiral.

Clementina moved away from = 1 ~ nt
the field and was abut son SEVENTEENTH RACE

lengths ahead after
the five furlong pole.

B.T.C, Handicap

they passed a
Eight horses faced the starter

On reach-



ing the four furlong pole the in this event the last for the day
field caught up with Clementina Which was run over nine furlongs
ind the filly, although keeping Embers carried seven Ibs. over-
he lead up to the two furlong, weight.

then an to fade out of the As the gates flew, Lutchman
icture Sunbeam piloted by pushed Fuss Budget to the fore







and was followed by Notonite,
Embers and Rebate. This was, the
order when they passed the
stands for the first time.

Fuss Budget quickly moved
away from the field and was some
lengths ahead, mid-way between
the five and four furlong poles
but the gap was soon lessened
when Fire Lady moved up and
was a close second by the three
furlong pole.

Fuss Budget in the meantime
was not to be overcome and kept
the premier position all the way
followed by Fire Lady. Rebate
then came into the picture as the
field turned the bend for the
home stretch, but it was stil!
Fuss Budget who raced up the
home stretch a_ comfortable
winner by two lengths ahead of
Fire Lady who was second a
length in front of Rebate.





WEATHER REPORT

YESTERDAY

Rainfall from Codrington:
01 inch

Total Raimfall for menth to
date: .30 inch

Highest Temperature:
85.5°F.

Lowest Temperature:
66.0°F,

Wind Velocity: 5 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.888

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Sunrise: 6.20 a.m.

Sunset; 6.10 p.m,

Moon: First Quarter,
March 2

Lighting; 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 4.30 a.m.,
p.m.

Low Tide:
p.m,

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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE rUlDAV. MARCH 15! Cahib Caltinq M R. A. ft COOLS-LARTIOUE Puisne Judf* of II i want ;iQf1 1**^.1 cmr in tim or MOiufco In W.C. Air w a v. loft n Ha i%  sea CUCNI Sou**, Masting*. For (he Raxt-a M R DEORAY SAMAROO. proprietor of an aerated mtm r.ftory in San Fernando, arrived vestrrdav morning by RAV I A from Trinidad to attend ad and third davs" rareHe 1.1 flavin* at Indramrr Cm-i Hoiiar WoT'hlnr Off Co Rio M R AND MRS P VAN DE;. WAIJIF of Canada rl spending a holldas ben nt the Hastings Hotel, left to Trinidad on Wednesday eveniii by BW.IA. inlranait to Rio 6" Janeiro whrrv thrv will spend further i Travelling with 'hem w Mr*. K H Wintnn Mr. Van dtr Walde x In <.* expon twsiness in Cannrta Director Retires \fR J. PERCY FOSTRK A I XT* resigned from the Arm t MPMP. Wm. Fogarty Ltd. at the end of last month after 27 yean' •ervice wan presented with .i dfl by member* of the staff on the ee of his retirement. Punng his service with the firm. Mr. foster had rlaafl to Swrelary :ind P Mr Roy R. Mnloney anothn employee of the firm haa been appointed Secretary and Director in place of Mr. Foster. Film Show and Sengs Follow The Chef M. Robert Bombezin M ROBERT ROMBEZIN. for ,<-•* than 15 yean maltre chef i f the Lansdowne Club, has given me two recipes for dbhe* which DM r-olu could make CaajaUlaa St. Jacques para the garnish. Cut a large potato and a slice of bread ill dice Krv them in o|| in-marine. For to m^' > lean 4—6 scallops. Cut each into four, removing the intestines (black lines). Season with passpsjr and aalt. pas* through flour and fry slowly in butter and a tablespoon of oil. Fry alao two thin slices of bacon. Place the scallops and bacon in a serving dish with the fried meed potatoes and croutons on lap Add a squeeze of lemon juice, a little oil and chooped parasaa*. With this dish, serve grilled tomato" or green salad British Clounril Overseas Operations LONDON forthcoming financial year will In the House of Commons on involve a reduction of operations 30th February Mr Gordon Wall in all of the nve independent (Labour. S.netfiwick> asked the Commonwealth countries and the Secretary of Stale for Foreign 22 eoloaial territories where AJfatr in how many CommonCouncil is represented Reduc*'aallh and foreign countries the lions will also take place in 28 operation of the British Council of the 38 foreign countries where are to be reduced or closed down khe Council Is represented. These Mr. Nulling. Secretary of St..te aconofniaa will involve closing for Foreign Affair* replied: The down completely in any country. el economies in B 1 expenditure during the —aXl'.F. one of the sue i Savannah yesSalminade nf Pigeons Wood pigeons arc now coming into Ihe shops In good condition ii"d are more reasonably prior j than other birds. M. Bom^eiin says that Ibis Is a special dish from Ml native Gascony. First, for four people, brown two tablespoons of finely chopped onion and one of shallots in lard or bacon fat. Work in two spoons of flour and brown. Add a pint of stock and two glasses of red wine and cook while skinning, deseeding and chopping twj tomatoes. Add to the pot. together with a bouquet garni, stir while i. comes to the boil, then simmer. Now brush iwo plump pigeons with melted butter or bacon fat and quickly brown them in a hot f^tJirt. a number of American 0 ven. Place in a deep pot. whlcn M S* %  ''81 present just about fits thorn, pour the mg a holiday in Barbados Mr.lined sauce over them, cover cow.-,.:.. A :"f, ^.r^., 1 "!!,,!!?::." *.^ 'i" 1 ''..n r 1 ban RstjM G. A. HOLDER will sing "' ... _. _. .. I'li-i wiHldi !i... ... Kl routons, fried id two slice* f I iied bacon, cut Into strips. Cut each pigeon through in half. Place on a heated sorving-dlsh, % %  XII the sauce over them and round with the garnish. Sei Jack Almost Disappeared Shouldn't Civ* Away Srraw — MI88 PATEL. dressed in !..• I , o in] os—iiil winner* at the BTC M.-n.. it ilir ( trnl.v She ws* one j>t the winnerof the forecast in the first event of the lt grim Holiness Churches in Barb.i' "-M r,,,r *<*•'' ^ week ,, ,. riJU>m|( their holiday dor. left on Tuesday by B.C. AirTrinidad „ nseh They have already ways for Sj. Vincent where he II parts of the conduct the Amiu 1 Cnnfcrcnre %  Oil turning here in about six weeks* 1 i mpany time r*Spaln, mch. and add Aitnagnac. small Rla: with chicory. potatoes and braised in I:KI —L.E.S. through the but they have never West been BY THE WAY... Congratulations C ON'.HATULATIONS to Miss Jaai SoiingM ol 'Jeaiiviile." My Lord's Hill, oi; having passed has Cambrldga School CarttAcata, CROSSWORD f r1 %  — —7^ r i — %  f 1 %  •' -A Scarecrow H> M\\ rRKLL 1 HIKI'IK Sis.ro* , ni e lo tie window Mil an i Knarf and Hamd. the shsdows.They csmt raantBg ll %  wt at eotild be tile niat'ei. "Did you hear ahst happened t.. Jack gssmsarastf" I hnj %  -an). IIdidn't asit for IkaBS to ;>k but sai. me nest moraet.t: "He all pletely disappesiad." Knarf and lian.d as I aatoniihmvi' A disaiJjH-.ieil. I Ii pit SYbai % %  yi> •sseanT'' Chirplt said: "I mean I Lts nothing left ol aim but "of his coat. The rest of hiei ii on.! It's just as I said, he's site i 8881 pletely di*appeaxd." While Knarf and llanidv.erc put sling over ihi-trange and alarming almost dUsppcaring of Js.l Scarecruw. Chirpic Sparrow wasaying: "And 1 found out just how ii happened. It Just goes to show that some folks are too greedy." Whole Story Knarf and 11 an id now begged Chirpie to tell them the whole story And when the robins and spar for they were very fond of Jack each got through taking one of Scarecrow and didn't like to think I Jack's %  (raw-, there was nothing that they would never see anything | left inside of him at all. He was juM more of him except one -ilcevs of hi* a coat and a hat. hanging on twn (oat i 'ticks. Then." Chirpie went on, "the "Well." said Chirpie, "Jack Scare" and the chipmunks came. The crow was standing in the middle of miee wanted his hat to sleep bl and the corn field as usual, in order to the eh.pmunks wanted piece, of his keep the crows from eating up the *' <• ka8P themselves warm dureorn. But Jack was feeling lonely '" h f 1 ; m ^ nw 1 A "J by th and "as only too glad when therrowi l,me lh v • *?* through, there asasked him if he lafasdsf doing a ""thing left of poor Jack except one favor for a few flaW. of them, sleeve wh.ch he hep waving up and Jack said, certain^ h.-dhsglad todo w hondon Airtax. PBtasssigari M*Q| n port log oilu-r day. "This homely thiei" times ;> nan) hostesses. touch," commented enormous in far more gorgsMMll uniforms. Mrs. Crackling, of 3 (a), Disraeli fi" .it bourl) InBuildings, cuffley Kise. "makes teiv.il-. and non-ston one feel that thc % arc really one progri :..x will than of us." go up, until Thraj Df us." corrected a wiluu l,ri antic watchmaker, who had been !" I'-" 1 8nd mo,,, will serve a • %  In the Airport queue for 17 atoap8nn> cup U hours. "If only they would give S**"*' n "" '* 'oasiiised stanawlcb ,, %  a some." sighed petite, thirtvish. <' w ••'•'' ilansnca) during tho K draaonc Clara Fobstone, of Bex | K hl hill, "it would make mc feel one >/ iniirh Ihh ki-r of them." "In Uganda." began a MONO ttie women wielduig an expon oltl.,..! %  they u_sc huge A. pick U on a rice puddings to trap these ,,,,,,.. got no further Mlv |, llK ,, >• ill not I.|0H| before 1: TJ-I. t .L a a E !" "" '" f.iiiith' vlnlnvn far rntr*r Shovel, and — WOMAN who bag a babo pia P sg s Bui frock, six vests, and two Myseii: Becausi e u • SfoUld adltiftineni Spring*) and Mn Orri Mr. D.n BrowTn*. B.B.C: Radio I Programme pocUii to (4>ae i. i" upon work vim croi 11 up -i thu lOOKS HUI7 i 1^ At par wiUi t ems l Out at aiDowa. .,, 17 uonmmmstr uSteliaot i u> na tales nntm I-OUs nw. tio pi IS p m from TK InWlud Malailn*. 5 SO p m San Piano. ; II pm L.iatrr>*ii a Leasts." But he „ They all thought he ejten that WM |.\ ., i-ow vv ... The judge said owner of the cow had at • IS aSS If iv. A Oo. • U p m I'. : 10 N... An.l,,l. i -M ss aw.. Mil iiat %  was J II pm. IWVMI ef C. P BeMI. Vii |. li.lrrlad* %  * p „, H..rrt VafSMS I H-I-. Nr.BtF) H p„, V...id aSMn, lp" Comaaa * ln iS. SOB pm. Ensiuh H. M ln .. *. i Cunon. 10 00 pm Th. .%  n-in pm rrom Th bnawul>. I %  :I,F.... ..mi., ii*. jo ju i MI I'ri in Tti Third PrDSTrsnime I A fUUkCe pOBSlOir(41 t ISahs *it lu,%  pardjo. fit A .urr. SD r*-ui. ]n ,, Saras Prwsent m %  vacuum r i'ip a£r nr "•* TO %  % %  **• *•*" S Blade ml grass. lot SSSSSSSjaj Ml a rtila tali W nununiag bTrst. <•. a rnpp-d up lest amD be wpset IS Picture enc.oeeq n, .: II 14 Juat • so-b-'.we*:, (Si 15 To Ho Una iver WJOMJ M eruption i4i V I Male %  fua* of it (St 1 To Ho* ajuf^Oicvioa usi nortn of *he rtant aolaUcD •f|ril>Tai(i?an Uiai %  sSfeVTI mile m ih. bk.i •< h as ilighu N >kf i i tmile*. 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FVihap> Sivile-nr*hard hit. by the refusal nf so manv men I lo buy mo *nits. will turn out | ibeai.. edible suits f_or cows. /n /ifiHvinai A IR-PASSENGERS had Just *\ %  it used to f, I i ,., ..,1 GLOBE TODAY & TD-MOKKOW LAST SHOWING 5 & 830 P.M. Jisr Hi;i:tu;tp ..10 1SNZM NEW 00LI .,, > 1 -|m.r8 ln • 1 eOBOCAOl IN All. SHADES I'l.AlN Shl-HSI t KKK I l.o\vi;i;i.ii & DOBDBBBD SKKKSUCKER I i.mvKUKD & aoanssBD SPUN H.OWEUKI) SPIN SI l.( ASi s *IM tut II-tJ tl-M sun ALSO WM. S. H*l. 5.53. |S.M M u*rTi arttefiti "IheGreat^ CARUSO TECHNICOLOR MAKtO "T ANN LANZA BLYTH wijim i.wn. KlRSTEN NOVOTNA HANC-THKBOM AMERICAN and CANADIAN Readymade Dresses SUN and BEACH DRESSES SHORTS, SLACKS, BLOUSES a The finest in Underthings a THE MODERN DRESS SHOPPE Broad Street ROODAL THEATRES E >l I* I II I II ii t\ s i T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS Dial 4K0r YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 NE XT WEEK IS M ARGARINE WEEK MELLO-KREEM GLOWSPREAD Excellent for Cooking A Table Delight SUNDAY > 30 P.M BY I'OI'l'[.„II DEMAND THE YEARS THUIt.LER 4 "" l4t>IM %  — *1IH" I IHKH \\H~HOr~ TO-MORROW NITE 8 P.M.—I THE OPENING. OF COBANA SNACKLTTF. (BMnatain CHINA nun • „ leulurinc TOM BRANDT B.(;', Top Radio Voc.lUl iv i\ %  .'.?.!' B 1 A B IOOAV W SI'S I SB a SIB l'riit.,1 aitSH 8SBBOT DoubleTHF. SUNDOWNERS" M Techriieo-iif SUrrni : RobrH PR*TON CHHJ-.WnjS nd litlntdiK .i JOHN BAHWVMORE Jl SO YOUNG SO BAD" SAT so. s JO iCaas* rifsass Whol SerUI"THE IRON CLAW" MOM a Ti'aa I at e) s.1* Hie Double • GIRL FROM SAN LARENZO" ..-. 1IOOM1V in BIG WHEEL O I V >l PIC BRIIKIFTOWN—IH.l ?SI8 TODAY (3 SHOWS)' 30 *•* 8 J0 • 4 •'"" •! 45 & I JO FJl'BT LANCAHTf-B I MAN OF BRONZE IAW or rut. WIST -iDdnny Macs aWXOWN aibiM. im i iiiioHih T8AH. Tea HITTXH Thr II.-.' 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Field Sweep Pass $500 Mark\|

ESTABLISHED 1895



ME. RB. E. GILL'S filly, Sweet Rocket out of

Canyonero — Irish Rock, yesterday set a new |
record of 1 minute .06 3/5 seconds for “B’’ class |
over five and a half furlongs when she carried off |
the Garrison Handicap at the Garrison yesterday, |
the Second day of the scheduled three-day B.T.C. Od
meet.

Sweet Rocket lowered the record of 1 minute

06 4/5 seconds set by Harroween in 1951 by 1/5
seconds,

Saturday last, the opening day of the Meet and this was/|
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Truman Asks For
$7,900,000,000 To
Fight Communists

WASHINGTON, March 6,
Truman in an eight-thousand-word special message to
the House, and Senate asked Congress to inyest another
| $7,900,000,000 in building up strong Allies against the Com-
| munists and warned that any cuts in foreign aid spending
| would be “foolish and dangerous.”
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the Pari-Mutuels and in the Field Stand. | tails believed to have been chan- {Truman clashed head-on with|}ation work now ae ond, a
Four times the Field Stand] balanced programme that includ-|nelleq behind the Iron Curtain economy-minded lawmakers of | Latin American * utes 0 dev lop
Prize passed the $500 mark in]|ed Rosa’s Valse “Sobre Las Olas,” |by the four agents were plans for both parties who plan to slash | agr iculture and natural resources,
comparison with a single occasion | Myddleton’s descriptive piece \the manufacture of a new metal ipwards§ of $1,000,000,000 from |Education, Health, insportation
on the first day. “The Phantom Brigade” and se- ‘alloy stronger than steel. -They | his aid programme, He said and other fundamental serv lee s:
Jockey Holder who rode four]|lections from Duthoit’s “Five said the secrets also included there is any question about this | These include one million dollars
winners on the first day, was first] Minutes With Cole Porter.” |production Blueprints and data mount it is not whether it is too | for our share of the technical co-
home in two races yesterday and A successful crowd pleaser was |0n raw material stocks in West j large but whether it is too small. | operation work of the Organiza-
Crossley who rode one winner on] the popular dance hit ‘More More German = irtiugtrial _,, firms and hese funds are needs, all of |tion of American States.
the first day rode one yestérday | Mambo.” well known steel mills. F ! them Truman planned| He said “this assistance, sup=
as well. The Meet ends to-morrow. ¥ ~ Meg Bs arrested in to follow up his strongly worded | plemented as it is by araourta os
Jockey Lutchman rode two Second Day aa Sezer i ear’ at aan 18 | message with a direct appeal to jpr _— Es los ™ ae aes om ag.
winners yesterday while Jockeys TENTH RACE oe: S they were holding ithe people over all radio and tele ne pu ic oan 1rough e E
Yvonet, Thirkell and Joseph each a. a secret meeting to map out vision network at 10.30 p.m, | port soe Rank and the Inter-
scored their first win of the Meet Castle Grant Handicap further plans.—U.P. B.3.T national Bank—has already help-
: a ne Meet. Five horses entered the race, Aware that Congress is partic- [ed materially to raise living stand-
Handicaps two having been scratched. Apollo ularly reluctant to vote large new Jards, speed economic develop-
A mute tribute to the handi-]and Colleton carried three and i funds for economic aid to Europe, ; ment and reduce vulnerability
cappers was the fact that no horse|four pounds overweight respec- ‘ ru e Truman broke down his request tj to undermoecratic movements of
repeated a first day win, ie et tively. : into three categories instead of 1 extreme right or left.”
being seven winners for the first They were off to a good start BF : F the s . ,
: ‘ : renc Flutter, ridden 1 usual two He asked for
time of the Meet. with Apollo, ridden by P, Fletcher ay : e by Fr . Thirk il dten | $5,350.000,000 in ‘“tirect military | Limited Amounts
The highest Forecast dividend | taking the lead to be closely fol- y S eta ‘| cc ~ an eare tid to the free nations in Europ
of the day was $77.28 paid on Lun-|lowed by Dunquerque (Crossley Gover: eC t from Castle In The Air Asia, Africa, the Near East, the! ‘Trun iid that European aid
; Sos ass * ' yan Luropean aic
ways—Cross Bow in the Springjup) ‘at second place and Usher K Tum 7 Holder up) in the Meiden | Pacific and Latin Americas and) funds include “limited amounts”
Handicap. (Quested up) running third. Stakes. Magic Gaze was | ve £1,809,000,000 in defence suppor jfor Yugoslavi where thé “Com-
The racing itself was keen oe Mary Ann, who eventually won PARIS, March 6. third. ¥! ecr e ‘ea ons ing aid to increase on-the-spot} munist government unger Mar-
the track a firm, fast one. the race in convincing style, was General Charles De Gaulle, ‘ arms production in Western \shal Tito is defying Russian dom-
starting too was of a high stand-|bringing up the rear with Colle-! Leader of the strong Rightwing | , Europe and $656,000,000 in out-! ination. He added “we expect soon
ard. ‘ ton. But on approaching the third] Rally of the French People is ‘ PANMUNJOM, March 6, right Economic and “Point Four"|to complete arrangements” with
The Police Band under Sergeant |} furlong pole, the mare, urged by| convinced that he will soon bé ; Communist negotiators tried to convert truce inspec- | Aid—none of it to be spent in}Spain, for United States use of
Archer was in attendance and ren-| Yvonet, issued a challenge and+asked to form a new government ; Results AF tion agreements into a free ticket to spy into secret details | Purope | sea anc naval bases” whith will
dered an entertaining and wel @ On Page 8 to save France from _ disaster, of Allied weapons } ee 4 , assist in the defence of the Med-
according to his political chief of ‘h > . [ “+ ilerranean area, But he sought no
staff, Louis Terrenoire, 44 head| A Glance . Reds detfiande ed that Korean Truce Inspectors including J Nilitary Aid erate ; + ne ne meee ae
of the wartime,National Council} neutral” Russia be author ‘zed to examine secret militarys pruman asked Congr for 84] grounds that suMcient funds for
of Resistance and now Secretary | equipment at ports of entry behind the lines Sai vltarv. eco.| that purpose had already been
Labour P r F d General of De Gaulle’s party said SECOND DAY Staff officer Dye : ' million dollars for military, eco- Het 5 ai om ane lrea
: prvi the TENTH RACE , S$ on armistice supervision terms by-passed J nomic and technical aid for Latin | Yeted by Congr :
in an interview that his chief) j I tlining the ojects T
was prepared to establish a 1. MARY ANN (Yvonet) | the deadlocked question of whether Russia should be a} America to support the good} outlining these proje ts ru
e e | coalition Cabinet of all sewers) 3 UNGHIMRTUIN tee ine : member of the inspecting team neighbour policy. The request in- we made & Sevens plsg Ss ee
e |exeept the Communists. ELEVENTH RACE | Communist Staff Officers shu luded 62 million dollars for | *U BP hich he first custined it
] 1 e | De Gaulle was described as} | FRENCH PLUTTER ff their stream of promegeus lireet mil id : million | concept w se Be nrst aT ng st
favouring in principle the North| ‘2 + ane iEKell) jblasts against the United Nations Anti G ™ dollars for economic and technical |" ‘augural acaress in ts
Atlantic Treaty Defence pro-| 2. CASTLE IN THE ras jdemand fihat Russia be excluded.) / imua year aid ' He said Point Four “technical
D fi Attl Orders gramme, the European Army and, 3. MAGIC GAME — (Quesied) jit ane eye ree. migh | It was part of a global 700] missionaries” are now at work
the Schuman Plan to pool Western | TWELFTH RACE ibe waiting to see if Vice-Admira F , Cc = million dollar Mutual Securiiy] raising living standards in 40 un-
e 1e€s8 ee Europe’s heavy industry. “We 1 F Ae romey) \C. Turner Joy, Senior Unite or ruise Programme submitted to Con-' derdeveloped countries. He said
res want the United States to have) ROSETTE _ cuntnens. |Nations Delegate will briny back | gress for the Fiscal Year starting | “shirt sleeve diplomats of Point
we «LONDON, March 6 reliable, _ strong, _selfrespecting THIRTEENTH RACE wan Tokyo Dy orders altering (Prom -Onp crn Correspondett) next July t rere Ear tate CFTT Dee Venera
THE top dozen men of the Socialist Party met to con-} Allies,” Terrenoire said in out-| ; Nuon e (Holder) the Allied stand. Joy hag been ST. JOHN revolution to the villages and
sider disciplinary action against “Bevanites” whose revolt| lining De Gualle’s views. “We| 3. WATERBELL O'Noit conferring with General Ridg-| Antigua is bubbling over witn Noting jthe, inestimable | im-[farms of the world. They are pro-
neaina 2 5 > he io > are sometimes tough about our| POURTEENTH RACE We : f _., enthusiasm in anticipation of the} Pertance of Latin America ru~-|viding* farmers with better seed
pa are Programme last night cracked Naticnal Independence. “But wal 1. SWEET ROCKET =f he, Allied | position, on trues arrival of yachts at English Har-| ™an said: “the policy of the good|and better fertilizer methods.
the arty Ww oa SOR ‘ i : ‘ te tekia don’t want France to be a weak | 1.) eh aaa ran ae hman) a id . : a ty d in a de bour on Tuesday 18th March. On| "eighbour has been one of our UP
on Former time s inister Att ee is facec with the de-| and unreliable ally of the United) 3. DEMURE (O'Neil) whether new equipment is being|"° ‘ecasion previou sly have morte E 2 t 4 oer s ou pe : et é ol nid
cision whether to expell Leftwing leader Aneurin Bevan mts ike Chiang al Sham: | _ FIFTEENTH RACE |brought into Korea during — the| !2#n five yachts been at anchor inj the gov paanetan: sad: Dae ‘
from the party for defying explicit orders in the Commons| Re Gualle’s views on France and} 1. LUND AS? soca) truce b at they should not be| the harbour at the same time. With] “#Un America are joined with
I i. « M F . ‘ European Policy were outlined as @ Gross 2Ow seerncer | a n a ee =< mt ne we : the arrival of those t at yjin the Organization of Americar Datta Mined
and leading 56 other Labour members in a vote against] qnicine Pinauy 60, Independent, | 3. DASHING PRINCESS jgiven the right to examine secret | he eee peat par en nS | atetes and the Rio treaty to bol ak
roere > , 4 . , a . ‘ (Luitehman }parts of planes, tanks and other] the 1952 Caribbean Crulse thers 7 a 3 r
fe enn ae which Attlee himself began. meore desperately % weld t2-| 1 CRIXTRENTH RACE equipment, Colonel Don O. Dar-{may be nine or ten in the har- ster ithe, ecuri of the ANOI, Indo-China, March 6
ether some sort of Govern i 1, CAV, x (Holder as sete If they could ge*|bour, while H.M.S. Sparrow ed orlc is a me nport as announced that :
Herbert Morrison _ ex-Defence to ‘stave off National Bankruptey.|| 2 FIRST ADMIRAL cyvonet) [/TOW | Sa! : ‘M.S. Spa is axe}: ines. oF vitalsaw Inateriala: and os ;
ini ‘ ¢ is a ; ms woes 3. CARDINAL mated Russian teams down to look at! pected to be anchored 1 tsid are Vital raw mi 8, 4 e HanoizHaiphong line was
Minister Emmanuel Shinwell and But Terrenoire said De Gaullists| EVENTEENTIN RAC ur equipment that would bel‘he harbour ed it carries on with us large and |biown up by a mine near Haiphong
others of the “Shadow Cabinet would not support Pinauy, the} i BUDGET (Lutehn highly desirable from their poin The Executive C ' nutually advantageous trade.’ terda overturning the loco-
met in closed session in the Com- third politician to attempt to put| 2 LADY (Joseph) watagt | 1e Executive Committee of the ; i ee
mons Committee room this together a Government since 3. REBATE = (Quested A: san mn Society of the Friends of English He said that military aid re and five carriages. —
morning to weigh the gravest Premier Edgar Faure —uP | Difficult to Tell Harbour have been working hard,,{ Guested for Latin America is im zt The report said fhe explosion
threat to the party in years. ; : i Darrow made this tatemen nd with the limited amount ot portant for; “in case of emer-|occurred around 9.00 a.m. local
Political observers did not be- after today's en ut session. He j funds which have been made} gency, (Latin Americ a's ) milite time yesterday morning ten miles
lieve that Attlee would dare run | acl in) “the face s yi . se available, as a result of voluntars | forces can partially relieve us from Haiphong. A number cf
the risk of expelling Bevan, Such oor at tela a se to tall what thes | contributions collected through the} 50me of the important tasks con-|Vietnam passengers were injured
action it was believed might | e 7 a o etna fo do’ ; ras fend TV Society, they have at least been | 7!&€ ted with = thi hemi phe re vhen the carriages overturned on
well set up a separate Left Wing | wai e tent it ‘hone only 12 minutes for /4%l¢. to have the Dockyard cleane defence |the line blocking all trafMfie for sev-
party and finalize the breakup of * - Rear Admiral R E. Libby anajand tidied for this great occasion Truman explained that Eco-jeral hours but no one was killed
the Labour Party. wi Major Ganara on Sang Cho to! Nevertheless, many visitors may , "mic Aid is “to carry forward —UP.
A smiling and exultant in- | e e olb Pret A ib, the eiitea ‘
i . clear the table of the day’s busi-|yet be shocked at the appalling |» a ane
ites aght among. themselves last pri ng ri ve nes ; ; es ota ci condition of the buildings some Sreea rer PLL ALPE LEE OEE! “s
ites fig amo selves las Neither side had any new pro-|¢f which are ruins already beyond |$
night before the House gave ap- sals > de Cac sue estoratic s ¥
» posa on the deadlocked issue restoration. Mm %
proval to his defence Reo cartine tei m GE aT Communists appeared adamant If the Society continues to re-|% }
See ae eae 0 1,480,900,000 EIGHTH ARMY. HEADQUARTERS, Korea, March 6, fin their refusal to. consider re-| ceive support, it is confident thet [% %
one are, hn Hint trama~ United Nations infantry continue to keep a close|patriation of prisoners on a! funds will gradually be forthcom-|% 3
tic scenes in years as Attlee sat watch for possible new Communist offensives in Korea as ae oe ea ates sig m...4 ing whic) will enable it not only % x
solemn and scrawling on a Red artillery lashed Allied advanced positions on the East-| Nations demands for accounting |to keep the buildings 3h Repats te s
seratchpad while Bevan led an ern Front 6f- 88,000. Sout Sorean troot it also to provide permanently ¥ x
sortment of leftwingers to vote 2 of - ee ie / in y » Reds various services, such as elec- |% %
sauinst hhe defence Segmenime | _ More than 2,000 rounds of Communist artillery pound-|‘ ee eae one vent tep in the} ‘tic lighting, telephone etc., which % 3
on which Attlee had specifically ed Allied lines yesterday and troops in “Heartbreak Ridge” |) jo, meeting was made by Libby | have been improvided for the 1952] % x
ordered them to abstain. ne MR. CLEMENT ATTLEE sector were barraged with Red propaganda leaflets inviting| when he presented a revised pro-,©"uise. The Society feels that its | ¢
did not speak during the. debate Fe i , P surrender. posal guaranteeing the return of | °xpenditure will have been justi- | \ %
The decision ala hh a | — Adding to the possibility of a]foreign nationals after the armi ed if only the Dockyard comes to % s
eee 5. {Communist offensive the un ‘i ‘9 } ve recognized as one of the finest % y
ai , fact that the spring thiw is al- 1e nited Nation ommar or of ill for yacht n ¢ s >
top aides was} Pact Depends On Fights Attend ie : rere| holds only one: a Russian womat ribbe > =
: c o most at hand. Condition were m M 4
not expected X : pie. -U.P On Pove % s %
t be rade T . the same that prevailed along the * n € o >
A. a i . VW e e | front a year ago when the Reds * »
ee we rance, Germany | mounted million-man offensive x &
full meeting of : . ‘ ca 8 mulon-ms ESD EV e ° eo ss :
the Labour b that crushed southward in April ee xe d " x °
; pa rCCe VALETTA, Malta, |, ’ unmnea ws : ’
Parliamentary WASHINGTON, March 6 | a , aot * jand May. 5 a , N %& *
Party, next, Senator James P. Kem asked) t stone throwers arnss arene Six allied F86 Sabre} out ian ol x
r ‘ Z Ss Id action on — ee = “| numbered more than thes” to ont . y %,
vee the grav- Teehners “dr, 3o0;po0 boo” Foreign | (" and foot police brandishing| shot down a Communist MIG ib ry ew ru y ‘ *
ity with which|Aid Programme until France| tons broke up other demonstra-| jet fighter and damaged another ® © x +
it was viewedjand Germany ratify the Lisbon ions. Several demonstr ators were] to-day in a ten-minute air battle ¥ & %
Was serected lagipergprite on Atlantic Pact, ds-| ened sd one Potlce oe aaals| over Korea. _ Fighter-bombers NEW YORK, March 6, z x
this morning by | fences las beaten unconscious by Mal-| meanwhile destroyed or damaged Medical sources said that r é , ‘ >
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Carub Calling

R. A.-R. COOLS-LARTIGUE

Puisne Judge of the Wind
ward ata Leeward Islands who
came in here on Monday by B.G

Airways, left yesterday morning
by B.W.LA for Antigua.

For ‘Health Reasons

R. WALTER ROCK of Good-

will EState in Roseau, Domi-
nica arrived here on Wednesday
tes ‘he M.V. Moncka for about
two weeks*in the interest of his
health. He is staying at Swan-
sea Guest House, Hastings.

For the Races

Me DEORAY SAMAROO,

proprietor of an_ aerated
water factory in San Fernando,
arrived yesterday morning by
B.W.1.A. from Trinidad to attend
the second and third days’ races.
He is staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.

Off to Rio
R. AND MRS. R. VAN DEK
WALDE of Canada who were
spending a holiday here staying

at the Hastings Hotel, left fo
Trinidad on Wednesday evenin«
by B.W.1A. intransit to Rio do

Janeiro where they will spend a
further holiday.

Travelling with them is
K. H. Winton.

Mr. Van der Walde is
export business in Canada.

Director Retires
J. PERCY FOSTER who
resigned from the firm of
Messrs. Wm. Fogarty Ltd. at the
end of last month after 27 years’
service was presented with a gift
by members of the staff on the
eve of his retirement.
During his service
firm, Mr. Foster had
Secretary and Director,
Mr. Roy R. Maloney another
employee of the firm has _ been
appointed Secretary and Direc-
ter in place of Mr. Foster.

Film Show and Scngs

R. G. A, HOLDER will sing

“Ole Man_ River,” “Deep
River” and “Without A Song”
and through the courtesy of the
Britwsh Council representative
the following films will be shown
at the monthly reunion of the
Combermere School Old Boys’
Association, tonight at 8 o'clock.

British News.

Charlie At The Show.

The Three A’s,

Festival In London,

For Conferences

~V. L. L. MILLER, Field
Superintendent of the Pil-
grim Holiness Churches in Barba-
dos, left on Tuesday by B.G. Air-
ways for St. Vincent where he w'!1
¢onduct the Annu’! Conference cf
the Pilgrim Holiness Churches in
thet Colony.

From St. Vincent he will be go-
ing on to Curacao to supervise the
building of a Church and to con-
duct another conference,

He will also conduct another
conference in Trinidad before re-
turning here in about six weeks’
time.

Mrs.

in the

the
to

with
risen





MISS PATEL, dressed in native Indian costume was one of the suc-
cessful winners at the B.T.C. Meeting at-the Garrison Savannah yes-

terday.

She was one of the winners of the forecast in the first event of
the day, the Castle Grant Handicap

Atfended Brother’s
Wedding

Mi‘ AND wiih. i. US MASSZL Y
of prance, ielt tor irisg.caad

on Wednesday by B.W.1LA. on a
sho.t vis.t before returning home.
They came over for the wedding

of Mr. Guy Massel and Miss Faye
Chase which took place at St.
Patwick's 0i.C. Church on T
evening.

Mr. Massel who is a merchaiit
of Martinique and France, is 14
brother of Mr. Guy Massel

Carristz:r and Legislator
ON'BLE JOHN CARTER,
berrister-at-law and a mem-
ber of the B.G. Legislature will be
returning home to-day by B.W.1.A.



iter paying a short visit here.
We is stay.ng at Maristow, Max-
wel!

Before coming over to ,
dos, Mr. Carter spent a week in
Trinidad where he attended Cor-

nival

Trinidad Director

R. AND MRS. N, TAWIL olf

Trinided who Bac-
bados for a short holiday return-
ed home on Wednesday by B.W.LA
They were staying at the Ocean
View Hotel

Mr. Tawil is a Director of the

Faulkne Tradii Company ot
Port-of-Spain,

were in

BY THE WAY eee By Beachcomber

AINTY is as dainty does,
Rice pudding was served to
three elephants at London Air-
port the other day. “This homely
touch,” commented enormous
Mrs. Crackling, of 2 (a), Disraeli
Buildings, Cuffley Rise, “makes
one feel that they are really one
of us.”

Three of us,” corrected a ped-
antic watchmaker, who had been
in the Airport queue for 17
hours, “If only they would give
Us some,” sighed petite, thirtyish,
dynamic Clara Fobstone, of Bex-
hill, “it would make me feel one
of them.” “In Uganda,” began
an export official, “they use huge
rice puddings to trap these
beasts.” But he got no further
They ‘all thought he was showing

ott.

Edible clothes for cows?
WOMAN who had a baby's
frock, six vests, and two

nappies “eaten by a cow was

refused damages. The judge said
that Yhe Owner of the cow had
warn people that the animal
liked clothes to eat. By the
time all agricultural land has
been commandeered for dirt-
tracks, airfields, and _ television
palaces, farmers might do worse
than drive their cattle into
tailors’ shops for a square meal
of cloth, and if the resultant
butter tastes of tweed or what-
rot, scientists will have no
difficulty in proving that an
ounce of butter with a clothing-
basis contains as much pomal-
decyde F as five rump-steaks,
and builds tissue. Send your old
clothes to the local agricultural



clearing station for distribution
to wandering herds.

Perhaps Savile-row hard hit
bythe refusal of so many men
to ‘buy £60 suits, will turn out
cheap, edible suits for cows.

In passing
IR-PASSENGERS had _ just’

eot used to free gifts, special



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three times as many hostesses,

in far more gorgeous uniforms,
free champagne at hourly in-
tervals, and non-stop television
programmes. The tax will then
go up, until the air-lines will end
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with pail and mop, will serve a
ninepenny cup of stewed tea-

leaves and a fossilised standwich

(two and sixpence) the

flight.

Vot much thicker

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picks and

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Mrs. Pick,” says my paper. It
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wits call her husband Mr
Shovel, and —
Prodmose : But why Leicester?
Myself: Because the larger the
area the more time there would

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American Visitors

UITE a number of American
vivitor are at present
spending a holiday in Barbados.
Among those arriving here last
week for three weeks’ holiday

and staying at Cacrabank Hotel
are Mr, Jame: W. Wrape, Attor-
ney at law with offices in Mem-
this Tennessee and Washington
D.C. and Mrs. Wrape; Mr. James

President
Water Purifiers of
Dr Rober. Bartlett,
and Surgeon of Wash-
and Mrs. Bart-

D Robinson
Chor Inc.,

Memphis;
Physician
ington University
eit of St. Louis, Missouri; Mrs.
Selden Humphreys, President of
the Tennessee Silk Co. and Mrs,
Rebert Flarsheim whose husband
is President of Seavey and Flar-

of Auto



sheim, Food Brokers of Kansas
City. Mr. Flarsheim is expected
here within a week.

Mr. Wrape said they are all
paying their first visit to Barba-
dos and enjoying their holiday
immensely They have already

i several parts of the

nd and think the beaches here
most wonderful they have
seen anywhere in the West-
Hemisphere
said that every

trip like this to
and travel through the
Indies but they have never
so far before.

Congratulaticns

SOXNONGRATULATIONS to Miss
X Jean Springer of “Jeanville,”
My Lord's Hill, on having passed
her Cambridge School Certificate.
Best of luck in the future.

Jean is a sister of Mr. Dan
Springer and Mrs. Orrie Browne.

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Chef

M. Robert Bombezin — |

M. ROBERT BOMBEZIN, for
re than 15 years maitre chef
cf the Lansdowne Club, has given
me two recipes for dishes which
40cod home cooks could make.

Coquilles St. Jacques

First prepare the garnish, Cut
a large potato and a slice of bread
into small dice. Fry them in oil,

tter or margarine. For two
people clean 4—6 scallops, Cut
each into four, removing the in-
testines (black lines). Season with
pepper and salt, pass through
flour and fry slowly in butter and
a tablespoon of oil. Fry also two
thin slices of bacon,

Place the scallops and bacon in
a serving dish with the fried
diced potatoes and croutons on
top Add a squeeze of lemon
juice, a little oil and chopped
parsley, With this dish, serve
grilled tomatoes or green salad.

Salminade of Pigeons

Wood pigeons are now coming
into the shops in good condition
and are more reasonably priced
than other birds, M. Bomezin
says that this is a special dish from
nis native Gascony.

First, for four people, browa
two tablespoons of finely chopped
onion and one of shallots in lard.
er bacon fat, Work in two spoons
of flour and brown, Add a pint
of stock and two glasses of red
wine and cook while skinning, de-
seeding and chopping two
tomatoes. Add to the pot, together
with a bouquet garni, stir while
i. comes to the boil, then simmer,

Now brush two plump pigeons
with melted butter or bacon fat
and quickly brown them in a hot
oven, Place in a deep pot, whicn
just about fits them, pour the
strained sauce over them, cover
and cook very slowly for 14 hours,
Remove the pigeons and keep hot.
Reduce the sauce, but not too
much, and add a small glass of
Armagnac.

Have ready some croutons, fried
sliced mushrooms and. two slices
of fried bacon, cut into strips. Cut
each pigeon through in half.
Place on a heated serving-dish,
pour the sauce over them and
surround with the garnish. Serve
with new potatoes and _ braised
chicory.

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Jack A':nest Disappeared

--A Scarecrow Shouldn't Give Away Straw—

By MAX IPRELL

CHIRPIE Sparrow came to the
window sill and called excitedly to
Knarf and Hanid, the shadows. They

came running al once, wondering
what could be the matter.

“Did you hear what happened t
Jack Scarecrow?” Chirpie said. [1

didn’t wait for them to ask but sai:

vhe next moment: “He almost com
pletely disappeared.”

Knarf and Hanid exclaimed in
astonishment. “Almost completely
disappeared, Chirpie. What co you

® mean?”

Chirpie said: “1 mean that there
is nothing left of him but one sleeve
of his coat. The rest of hirs is gone!

{t’s just as I said, he’s almest com- |

pletely disappeared.”

While Knarf and Hanid were puz
zling over this strange and ularm-
ing almost disappearing of Jack
Scarecrow, Chirpie Sparrow was
saying: “And I found out just how

it happened. It just goes to show | out straw there’d be nothing inside

that some folks are too greedy.”

Whole Story

Knarf and Hanid now begged
Chirpie to tell them the whole story
for they were very fond of Jack
Scarecrow and didn’t like to think
that they would never see anything
more of him except one sleeve of his
coat.

“Well,” said Chirpie, “Jack Scare-
crow was standing in the middle of

the corn field as usual, in order to|

keep the crows from eating up the
corn. But Jack was feeling lonely
and was only too glad when the crows
asked him if he minded doing a
favor for a few frends of theirs,
Jack said, certainly be'd be glad to do
vors for anybody Th«n he asked
the crows who the r f’iends were.
The crows told him that their
friends were some robins and spar-
rows and mice and chipmunks. Jack
| didn’t ask what favors these friends
| wanted but he said to please send
them around.”

“And did they come?”
asked.

“They certainly did,” answered
Chirpie. “First the robins and spar-
rows came, whole flocks of them.
And each of them just asked one
tiny favor. They asked Jack to give
| them a straw so they could put it
in their nests and make things more
comfortable for their baby birds.”

Hanid

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FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952

forthcoming financial year will
involve a reduction of operations
in all of the five independent
Commonwealth countries and the
22 colonial territories where
Council is represented. Reduc-
tions will also take place in 28
of the 36 foreign countries where
the Council is represented. These
economies will involve closing
down completely in any country.

—B.U.P. |



)



{he crow asked Jack to do a favor.

“But Jack Scarecrow needed the
straw for himself!” Knarf said. “It’s
stuffed under his hat and coat. With-

| of him at all.”
| Robins and Sparrows a
“That's just it,” agreed Chirpie.
“And when the robins and sparrows
each got through taking one of
Jack’s straws, there was nothing
left inside of him at all. He was just
|a coat and a hat, hanging on two
sticks. Then,” Chirpie went on, “the
| mice and the chipmunks came. The
mice wanted his hat to sleep in and
the chipmunks wanted pieces of his
coat to keep themselves warm dur-
ing the cold mornings, And by the
time they all got through, there was
| nothing left of poor Jack except one
sleeve which he kept waving up and
} down as best he could to try to keep
the crows away. But of course they
|paid no attention to him at all any
more. They were quite a bit afraid
jof Jack when he was a big stout
scarecrow but they certainly weren't
jafraid at an empty sleeve of a
coat.” 9

“My goodness,” said Hanid. “Poor
Jack!”

| At that instant, Chirpie flew high

up into the air and then flew back
to the window sill again, “Good
news!” he said. “Jack is about to
| stop disappearing! I just saw the
|farmer going out to the corn field
| with another coat, another hat and
a large bundle of straw. Those
‘crows didn’t win after all!”



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Drugs “Stop

Tuberculosis”

New York, (M.P.1.B.)

Two coal-star derivatives have
been found to “stop tuberculosis”
in “desperately” sick patients,
according to a report by Dr. Mar-
cus D. Kogel, Commissioner of
New York City Hospitals The
“amazing results’ reported by
Dr. Kogel have been duplicated
and confirmed in other public
and private hospitals in the
United States.

The drugs are known as Rimi-
fon and arsilid, and are vari-
ant forms of a common chemical,
isonicotinic acid. The discovery of
the drugs resulted from a tuber-
culosis research programme
undertaken many years ago by
Hoffmann-La Roche, Ltd., of Basle,
Switzerland, and its affiliated
company, Hoffmann-La _ Roche,
Inc., of Nutley, New Jersey,
U.S.A. During the course of the
project, literally thousands of
drugs were produced and screened
against tuberculosis without sig-
nificant results until the develop-
ment of Rimifon and Marsilid.

The drugs, which have shown
no serious side effects and amaz-

ingly beneficial results in some
200. paitents in New York hos-
pitals, are taken by mouth and

appear to be specific in theit
action against the tubercle bacil-
lus. They are the first drugs in
the history of chemistry known
to cure tuberculosis in mice.
Following discovery by Drs. Rob-
ert J. Schnitzer and Emanuel
Grunberg, of Hoffmann-La Roche,
that tHe drugs worked against
tuberculosis in| mice and _ other
animals, clinical trials with humans
were undertaken.

The almost uniform results with
human patients now raise the
possibility that tuberculosis, which
claims more lives than all other
contagious diseases combined, may
ultimately be eliminated as a world
thealth problem.

While Hoffmann-La Roche offi-
cials have said only that the
resulis to date in human patients
“are encouraging,” physicians in
hospitals where the drugs are being
administered report that the drugs
are said to work equally well in
all forms of tuberculosis. The
first series of patients selected
were those who were regarded as
“hopeless.” Temperatures drop-
ped to normal in some cases within
thirty-six hours after treatment
was begun, appetites were regain-
ed and weight increases were pro-
nounced. In many instances, no
trace of bacteria could be found in
the sputum after a few weeks,
Patients ranged in age from
to 75.

Of the group of patients char-
acterized by hospital doctors as
hopeless, not one has_ died, no
relapses have occurred in the
eight months following the initial
treatment and as far as labora-

tory tests can show, few tuber-
culosis germs remain in the
diseased organs.

Spokesmen for Hoffmann-La
Roche report that when mass
production is established, ade-

quate quantities of the drugs can
be made available. It is expected
that full scale production will be
in effect by May of this year.



EVA WANTS
7,000 GUNS

BUENOS AIRES, Mar. 6.
charge that Eva Peron’s
social aid foundation ordered
5,000 _— pistols and 2,000 sub
machine guns from local firms
appeared in the El Giudadano,
journal of the Radicals, leading
opposition party Wednesday,
—(C.P.)

A

Business Visit

(From Our ¢



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LONDON,
Mr. G. Winfield, a Director of
Burnett and Co. (Newcastle) Ltd.



will be arriving soon in Belize
on his bi-annual visit to South
America and the West Indies.

Object of Mr. Winfield’s tour is to
contact the Company's agents and
customers, to promote new bus-
iness and to appoint agents in
several places. Burnett & Co.
(Newcastle) are an old-establish-
ed export house, specialising in
macninery, hardware, agriculture
implements, electrical equipment
and bicyles.





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Caribbean Corn Is
Subject Of Survey

PORT-OF-SPAIN,. March 3

A survey and collection of corr
varieties in the Caribbean is now
being made by Dr, W. L. Brown
of the National Research Council,
USA.

In the course of a visit to Kent
House, Caribbean _ Commission
headquarters, Dr. Brown stated
that the immediate work is to col-
lect samples of the various varie-
ties of .corn. These specimens
wilk be catalogued and stored in
Mexico City in a viable state, and
will be available both for seed
and laboratory purposes,

Two main objectives underlie
the project. The first is to pro-
mote a better understanding of the
varieties of corn adapted and
available for propagation in the
Caribbean. The second is to lay

the ground work for developing
improved strains and _ greater
yields. Dr. Brown stressed the

importance of the Caribbean Com-
mission, as an agency for spread-
ing information of the type which

he is collecting.
Mentioning the subject of sweet
corn, he stated that there are at

least two varieties
in the Caribbean, One is Cuban
sweet corn, Which has found a
substantial place in the U.S. mar-
ket, and the other is known as
United States Department of
Agriculture No. 34, which is being
successfully grown in Puerto Rico.

which do well

In the course of his tour of the
area, Dr. Brown has visited Cuba,
Jamaica, Haiti, Puerto Rico, the
United States Virgin Islands, Mar-
tinique and Antigua, From Trini-
dad he goes to Surinam,



CHIEF VET. OFFICER
TRANSFERRED TOT DAD

(From Our Own Correspond
ANTIGUA, March 6.
Dr. L. R. Hutson, Chief Veter-
inary Officer of the Leeward

Islands, has

accepted a transfer
t of Deputy Director of
ulture’ and Animal Hus-
dry in Trinidad and Tobago.
Dr. Hutson originally came to
Antigua in 1933 as veterinary
officer. The federal post created
in 1942 in which he served for
six years, and was then posted to
Borbados but returned to the
ovard Istinds in 1950. The
federal post was abolished and
Antigua again proposes having
rn individual veterinary officer
under the recommendations of
the new Development Plan.



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WISU Ball | |
WasGay

Carnival |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. |
came to London this |
week. The West Indian Student. |
Union had their grand annua! |
dance at the Fulham Town Hal! |
and at the Royal Hotel, in |
Woburn Place, many other West |
Tndians attended the mardi-gras |
ball. Unable to be in two places |
i. once I plumped this time for |
the Royal Hotel party, having ,
attended the W.LS.U. ball the |
previous year. And a very good
show it was.

Among those present I noticed
Dr. C. B. Clarke, former West
Indies Test cricketer, Mr. Willie
Richardson, a producer on the |
BBC West Indies service, and
Yolande Pompee, light heavy~|
weight boxing champion. |





Carnival

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‘Tell me

doctor ..

Can an antiseptic help in healing ?”




Calypsoes

They obviously were having al
good time and enjoying the musik
of Britain’s leading Jazz expon
ent Humphrey Lyttelton, a Cuban |
rhythm section and the calypsoes |
of Lord Beginner and the Lion. |

One of Beginner’s pieces dealt
with the West Indies tour of
Australia. The theme, which J
am sure all my readers will en

‘ounds heal of their own accord when they are kept free
from the germs that cause septic infection. To keep
wounds in the healthy condition for healing, surgeons
have for years relied upon ‘Dettol’. This ruthless des-





W. L. TABLE TALK

Duke Of

Uniform

(From Our Own Correspondent

Comment has been passed upon the unjform worn by

the Duke of Windsor, forme

the funeral of the King.

Keen observers noticea that
his great coat had only four but-

tons while Lord Mountbatten’
had six. Official explanation ‘s
that the Duke of Windsor was
wearing a watch-coat and not a

real great-coat with regulation six
buttons as worn by Admiral
Mountbatten. Watch coats which
have in fact five buttons, the fifth
being hidden by the turned down
Japel are now obsolete, but mey
be worn by officers still possessing
them. The Duke’s watch coat was
unpacked after having been care-
fully put away fifteen years ago.



Parliamentary Address

3ack to Scotland tnis week goes

Lady Huggins to complete the
political tour on behalf of the

Scottish Unionist Associate which
was interrupted by the death of
the King. She is certainly a busy
woman these days for last week
she was speaking to a_ private
meeting of Conservative M.P.'s at
the House of Commons, I am
told by more than one M.P. that
she impressed her audience with
the knowledge of her subject.

Yacht Race

One of the main British entries
for the New York - Bermuda
ocean race will be a 33-ton yawl
now being completed for Lloyds
Yacht Club, Gosport. Special care
had to be taken in the design of
the ship. It had to be constructed
so that it would conform not only
to the standards of the American
Cruising Club but also to those of
the Royal Ocean Racing Club as
both have different requirements
Tn May Mr, A. J. Whittall Com-
modore ef Lloyds Club and a crew
of ten will sail the £20,000 vessel
to New York for a month’s triai.



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MAILS for



Dominica, Antigua, Mont
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V
MONEKA will be closed at the Genera
Post Office as under
Pereel Mail at 12 noon; Regi
Mail at 2 p.m Ordinary Mail at 2
P.m. On the 7th Mareh 1952

="! Gums Bleed?

Rieeding Gums, Sore Mouth and
Loose Teeth mean that you muy
have Pyorrhea, Trench Mouth or
perhaps some bad disease that will
sooner or later cause your teeth to
fall out and may also cause Rhev-
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ends sore mouth and quickly tigh:
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Amosan must make your mouth w: |!
and save your teeth or money bu!
on return of empty package, Cet
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dorse, was “better luck, nex!| ; :
ion Expre " time.” | ‘troyer of germs is non-poisonous, gentle and safe on
~ — oy open iaadaen ina dla Incidentally, Beginner tells me | : While it disinf he 4 ‘Denal*
\ he wants to return to the Wes! human tissues. ile it disinfects the wound, etto:)
A! Indies fairly soon, He says that} Pa ‘ 7 vs -
Atem Bomb st he feels the need to freshen, up | leaves the living tissues orn to continue the
on his calypso singing — and natural processes of safe and rapid repair.
Wi d 9 Be Gontrolled where better than Tae | P P pa
in oO 1. ‘ Lord Kitchener should nave
$ r Ss OTTAWA, March 6. ajso been at the party, But un

4
Albert Einstein has renewed his fortunately he was indisposed al

‘DETTOL





Critici ed plea for a ene Authori- the last minute,
ty equipped with strong executive
power to protect mankind agains( THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
the atom bemb. Harbour News

The World-famous mathemati-
cian, author of the involved Theoi
of Relativity which contributed
towards the development of the
bomb says the danger that threat-
ens mankind is that no one ap-
pears preparea to act to organize

ONDON,





r Governor of tte Bahamas, at

Fruit Come On :
Moneka, Caribbee

News In Brief



{ an International authority. Each
waits idly for someone else to
eat ‘ . The motor vessels Moneka and ‘ .
7 “a h th is not reached in Caribbee both anchored in Car- :..and to think —
e Ted a ‘lt vill lle seis ~ vaeh Lisle Bay yesterday with cargoes
Misadventure time the AOU WE le with “each which included a quantity of an hour ago he was
. Bee he wry ae greens and fresh fruit, :
: ' sadve ua onih he 72-year-old scientist touch- Included in her cargo the *
Death | :by misadventure W&5"ed briefly on the atomi¢ future in yroneka "brow sht 7 barrels of doubled-up with
the verdict of @ Coroner’s jury : . ; : B
e 2 4 . a 300-word message to Canadians eschalot, 2 crates of tomatoes, 1
when an inquiry into the death : ’ s di © thi
of 15-year-old Charles Butcher ©" Canadian education week, cask of cabbages, 35 casks ol in igestion!
was concluded before Coroner, The message was sent from his fresh fruit and 71 bags of copra
Mr. C. L. Walwyn on Wednesday. home at Princeton, N.J, at the re Arriving later in the day
Butcher was jinvolved in an quest of 12 organizations sponsor- the Caribbee brought 8 casks of

fresh fruit, 3 begs of coconuts, 8

accident at Ke ri p ad, ing the week.—(C,P.)
LOMSD Eat ane Rava ee 7 barrels of eschalot, 28 crates of





St. John on Mé@nday. He died Thott snare ohsien. ct bbages f
at the General Hospital later the . * * CATTUNE: | aces. OF Cau 4 ‘y
seme day Opening Serv ce
% .. ae ; . .

two Fires ocqurved at chapel OF Syrtod March 11 Antigua Cruise
Plantation, St. Peter, during the ; Rn , ; .
week. One at dbout 10.00 p.ra The opening service of the Di b | Don't let acid indigestion spoil your enjoyment of life.
on Tuesday burht 950 holes of ¢ n Synod for the year 1952 will @ From Page 1 \ : :
second crop ripe} canes. be held in the Cathedral at 5 p. In the past, no proper arrange- | Aftermealsdiscomfort, flatulenceand heartburn can be swiftly and surely

The other occurred at about on Tuesday, 11th March, ments existed whereby visitors t» . ‘ a8 tat ‘
700 pm. on Wednesday ; and The Lord Bishop will deliver his the Dockyard ere called upon to put right by ‘Dolsa’s’ gentle, neutralizing action, Dolsa swiftly restores
burnt eight acres of third crop primary charge at this servic pay an entrance fee, The Society 5 tee . ae eee et Caan
ripe canes. The canes are the ea “gad ice Se acco have employed s ceretaker and the healthy acid balance of your stomach. It is prepared in correctly

property of “Springhall Lté, and 4 Celebration of the. Holy. Eucha- one shilling is charged to visitors.

balanced individual doses, each separately packed ina hygienic, handy
were insyred. rist at 7.30 a.m. A New Guide to the Dockyard is pa ¥ pa whys ’ ’















init’ tay) gh Members of the public are’ wel- now on sale at fifty cents per copy. envelope. One dose after meals is usually sufficient:
Winifred Taylor of Chureh . : eo services Friends of English Harbour sub-
; come at both the services.
core St. Mic eran ae that The business session of the scribe five dollars annually and
er wouse Was roken ane en- i . . * | £ ‘ os Of
. ; s arranye for 11 a.m. on are permitted entrance at any time, :
tere betwee 1.30 am, Synod is arrang¢ The t tee ,

Tue x ay ina » as a.m a Wed. Wednesday in the Church Hous There are about nineteen , Life °o Ss wna Restores digestion
nesday and a quantity of furni- pean ee 2A Many foods overstimulate the glands which line the stomac’s
‘eV ( stole ” ’ ‘abi y a alls and which secrete the acid ¢ ssential |
ture valued $49.80 stolen. “BIOGRAPHER Lite Friend is Mr. 'C. §, Forester, vee Oo ae Nala the wi algeetive juices essential {o

: ’ gestion, Then hyperacidity causes discomfort, But abrupt

Kenneth Corbin of the Be-va- LOADS SUGAR the author of the world FAMOUS alkalization can be equally painful. Dolsa is a scientifically
dos Turf’ Club reported that six The SS Biographer which *eries of novels about Horn- balanced treatment, made up in individual measured doses to
electric bulbs were stolen from arrived here on Wednesday ia blower” a naval officer of fiction om ensure controlled administration, Taken in water,
the B.T.C. Parimutuel Booth at now being laden with cargo for who served in the Royal Navy at reer i} its gentle, neutralizing solution is the most rapid
the Garrison between 7.30 p.m. the United Kingdom, Her cargo the time when the Dockyard w olsa way of reaching all the inflamed surfaces of the
on Saturday and 2.30 p.m. on will include 1,000 ca of sugar in its hey-day. : ! | stomach wall, Dolsa is palatable, sedative and
Monday sryup, _ 1,000 drums of sugar It is now possible to stand in mildly astringent in its action, If pain perijits, do

Â¥ * syrup, 600 tons of D.C. Sugar, 600 ;he Officers Quarters and see Fort Pe Frets see your doctor.
ian Bushell of Prospect, St ,



barrels of faney molasses, 75 tier~ perkeley quite clearly because the
ces of ‘tamerinds, 500 drums Of pusyed side of the hill near the



James, reported that fifteen feet Indigestion + Dyspepsia * Heartburn,

uf lead pipe were stolen from the high proof spirits. The Biogra- | .jor's edge has bee 4 Flatulence + Palpitation - Gastric acidity
int a i LS heh youd “bebweed uber getty iy “coheed to” C= on. 2 on ee 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK Also helpful in pregnancy sickness

8 p.m. on Sunday and. 6.30. aa..Messrs. Da Costa & Co., Lid, wilt ors, Bbw. 'ehlo. th whi aiana the |

on, Monday. The pipe valued be sailing for Liverpool over the Pat wo ye * . & ‘ Agents: T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown

ate$16.20. weeKeund. right side of the harbour to the .
oa old ramparts which once guarded





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BARBADOS tq ADVOGATE

Gseewee=! Sr erie ine ES Pee ae)

FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Soyb Lends Itself “°c” l
Te Many Uses CONSORT OR KING

A New Theory
At research laboratories in the United States scientists are seeking new uses for
the soybean which has become cne of the nation’s major crops By EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE

beans will make an effort to-ed- |

FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952















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Friday, March 7, 1952 _

PEASANT FARMING

In Peoria, a city in the mid- ADVOCATE STATIONERY :
western industrial State of Illin-

By DAVID HELLER



ucute the publie to the soybean’s

WHAT rank and title will THE QUEEN |













Â¥
ois, the Northern Regional The soybean has thrived on iood value. The. edible soybeans . Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings
..) | Research Laboratory, an estab- #dversity) Depressions and Wars oture earlier than the field] bestow upon her husband? if
Until the large grant from Colonial | ‘lishment of the | United States Ores voor in Iv17 soybean pro- Varieties, usually in the middle} Privy Councillors whose views would cer- | Ze
Development and Welfare Funds was | (io ren eto Me ybeanis. uu) i tae United States wag Of, the summer. They shove Pl tainly be sought are already saying as an||j
spent on the construction of the existing | There recently five men gat down Sy ewan ot Wie We beans. They outfark table beans accepted fact that he will be made —s
; anes ons ; ah , » Ge s a seas P
runway at Seawell, most of the expendi- vat lige Sean coe Soe uemers planted all the beans is ores ee 2s Sel aid |
’ j a? . - . : ~ J 1, and agricultural ex- , n Bs
c Barbados’ total allocation of soup; then soybean cutlets, sub- ney could, and agricultural ex" 21-0 Contain about 12 times as C ~
ture of ee : | stituting for meat; the bread and petis in the United States learned much fat as opsinary beans.
£800,000 was being made on agriculture | 7 iimine were made from soy- ina. ine soybean can play S us Farmers, continuing to. raise} Queen Victoria waited 17 years before she |
; 7 ry rices J wv: . > § 2 dish was Palc in winning a war. e les; ; : -
and veterinary services. No less than eS eae rn was applied again in World War “iit Prom atin Sauna te bestowed that rank and title upon Prince |
£162,300 had been made available to the | there was soybean mayonnaise H. Tne demand 2 soybeans Nas ether or not the crop is bad| Albert. |
; 5 ; “dt row. c
isle - this purpose for schemes which | on the table beside the dish uf .ol-.nued to g i _ for the land. They point out'right- pak ei ele
island for this purp : iod Ist soybean margarine, and there was | ?he atencily a“ — pos fully that it uses considerable Her delay was wise because wide nationa
came into operation during the period 1s also a plate of soybean cheese. In ao. te cheos past to one Phosphorus and __ potassium.| icceptance and approval of the vo
5 3ls 4 the soybea eaters sam- PS Is i : : a” heel ; Pr
April, 1946 to 31st March, 1950. ) rete a such 2s man — Dr, William J. Morse of Teay a — nae. Cae - ?rince, who seemed at first so strange to|
n the current estimates Barbados is oy van speciality chili con the U.S. Departmen: of Agricul- aS) a x str eek “ i mre
I gp ‘ Bi aon: ee be yr? eee showing for the fixst time Increased ex Brie ‘soybeans The diners sipped adult life working with the crop. dow n, and jenves it et But Only when he made the grade, and by tact |
penditure on the department of science at their soybean malted milk Beginning with his first assign- ravages of, water and a

and agriculture as a result of this colonial
development and welfare grant. This ex-
penditure will surprise only those who

drinks; and dessert was a wedge
of tasty lemon pie complete with
meringue made from the protein
of soybean flakes. After dinner
they nibbled on roasted soybeans

1907, which was to in-
possibilities of grow-
ing soybeans commercially in
America, Dr. Morse decided that
first he would have to improve

ment in
vestigate the

their profitable crops of soybeans

agricultural experts maintain that
the soil’ erosion, caused by soy-
beans can be lessened tremen
dously by contour planting, and
by leaving the plant residue on





ind leadership won himself a secure place in |
3ritish hearts, did the reward come.

With the DUKE OF EDINBURGH there
s no need for such delay. He is already



i 4 rarietie soybeans the ground after the crop has
eens ore over re eon y tat a al ale kal eo The yori Seay. been harvested, to protect the videly popular,
capital projects as something final with ge ae that the soybean can he bred and cross-bred soybean scil from the ay ean °] Tt is now fairly common knowledge that |
Senet oF verircent SAprOO eRe: Be ee a ee cn a tone as Rage ry gna yr cg top soil, and ‘uow water to sink) here were understandable doubts before his | :
« . ; tute r such a wide variety o r ae eon . ‘
A sum of $201,270 required for the gen-| {ute for such a wide variely Of Manchuria two new varieties, the into ‘he soil. ngagement was first announced—among | Ph. 4472
> senses of ; lanta-| why am 8 ers aré grow- Manchu and Mandarin, on oO Few plants grown in the United a as ‘ is : "he
eral running expenses of — Pine F aa 5g ger teed "Ne it oui sen. these had high oil content. His alatne a ae thn. atant. Ol hose w hose advice the Palace sought—as to | C S PITC ER & CO
tion and the Central Livestock Station, and) my. soybean already dg serving a breedinz _tapecimente oa sees such intensive seientifie research} whether his foreign title and background | ‘ . H .
. ietric 2 . - ste 3; as | ride variety f es iny;.industry two Pp ants laic e as the soybea... The U.S. Deyart- s a5 sa 7 c i " |
for six district agricultural stations wide-s oS nage nin ” for lifting the soybean to its heat oft Ampiduiture has experi: night raise prejudice against him.
compared with an expenditure of $29,000 | The rise of the sobean is a rents ya as a a mented with it since 1900, and the # % be
; 5 s 3, se | > SUCCESS -S > » t o ré ‘Top. ractida state eolleges “owers. nd pri-
x 1951-52 may seem..graet to. those |.true success story, Not long ago agricultura SRP ctidally crate colleges, gro . and pi : Aha
during q & lit. was considered & novelty in evety high oil content soybean “te industry have helpea in re-] Lhose doubts have been swept away

who had not realised that there is an end
to sums of money available under hte Colo-
nial Development and Welfare allocations.

seh ae : : 5 it ste a rant i the development of almost CAS igh in oil tent, and .
alias ; 7 r and it started a rapid climb to I" res lose ee. Ae to disease, high in oil content, an
That evclonment ie the hast resort must} fame: #crased usowe of the soy Gveiy, Sain variety in the apie to a wide aren. jn yen} Tmediately, |
that development in the last resort mus bean has brought additional in- Unitec aes ey ~ plots and on the farm it as
be financed by.ourselves and that grants | come to thousands of farmers and for his unofficial title, Father of yielded up to five bushels per ‘KING IN NAME’

can only prime the pump. és
This particular expenditure is however
of more than temporary interest. Attention
needs to be foeussed anew on agriculture
and what it means-to-the community. The
experiments which are being conducted at
the Pine and at the six agricultural stations
were the direct outeome of recommend-

shortenings, salad oils, marga- of soybean, and thousands of ®'e dimer acid, Which is cused ir * * *
ations on peasant agriculture made by the yin pes soap, and even years of close cultivation and in- making high quality drying oil
id candy. te

West India Royal Cémmission in its report
published in 1945. The future of peasant
agriculture in this island is a subject for
current speculation among many people
and only at the Pine at the six agricultural
stations can accurate data be compiled.
The facts about the extent of peasant agri-

the United States, an interesting
legume imported from the Far
East with limited possibilities.
Then new work was found for it

in the United States to-
traced back to the
or Mandarin, Sub-
Morse has assisted

grown
day can be

Manchu
sequently, Dr.

search and development, Favourite
among the new improved varie-
ties developed one called the
Lincoln which is hardy, resistan‘

is



is now the basis of an enormour the Soybean. acre more than Dunfield or Illini
industry. It already ranks close jy 1929 Dr. Morse was sent to two of its closest competitors for
to corn, wheat, and cotton, as one the ar East, the home of the soy- t0o honours. .
of the leading crops in the United pean, to bring. back new varie- In the Northern Regional Re-
States, and’ the increasing uses ties of soybeans which might con- Search Laboratory at Peoria, sci-
being found for it promise a still tripute to the still youthful Amer- entists, searching for new uses
brighter future. ican soybean industry. He spent for soybeans, are invastigatinys

The secret of the soybean’s two years in Japan, China, Korea, Such outlets as paper coatings
Success is its ability to do a wide 5..4 " Manchuria carrying out ““ying oils for paint, plastics
variety of jobs and do them well what seemed like an endless task, glues, and human food products
Soybean oil leads the field of vez- He found that almost every vill- Two of the most promising items
etable oils. It is used for making age had its own distinctive type “¢veloped theré. from soybeans

the oil is removed, breeding in every neighbourhood ®nd thickening agents for gaso-
the remainifg soybean meal is had made each village’s type a line, and Gelsoy, a product thu
mixed withtstock feed to supply little different from any other in Tepresents, so far as is known, th’
high quality protein. American the world. He inspected every first gelatin-like product eve;
bakeries mix small amounts of new soybean variety he found Mace from vegetable protein
soy flour with their wheat flour and when one looked promising This edible protein dissolves ir
to make bread. And _ soybean he obtained a sample. When he Water end looks and tastes. like
flour or oil may be found in returned to the United Statesgin ®28 white, but costs far less thar
numerous other canned or pack- 1931 he had a collection of 5,000 ©S% White. It offers promise o
eged foods, y new types of beans, including 150 UDlimited use in the food indus-

The wide variety of uses for of the edible green varieties, with ‘TY:





Like Victoria’s Prince Consort he has ||
»roved himself, and the Queen is expected to \|

»estow the status and title upon him almost

BUT suggestions are already being made, |
vith some powerful backing, that even loftier |
tatus should be given him.

The argument advanced is that kingship |
‘nould be considered, even if of a limited |
kind. That, while the Queen would be the |
culing monarch, her Consort should be King |
in name if not with full constitutional power.

So revolutionary a proposal, powerfully |
hough it may be supported, would inevitably
-aise problems and issues on which unity of
Jecision might be more difficult to secure.

Those who know the Queen best say that
10 pressure will ever sway her beyond the
judgment she forms from her own wisdom

: - as g 5 é —_—
culture today are not easy to-ags¢ertain but soybeans means tat farmers which to. continue his | selection The soybean is no longer thy She has great oe of ae eee : ;

n . a 7 ave many markets for heir and breeding work. curiosity, as come up through eep consciousness 0 rsonal responsibility ,
sufficient guidance is given in the census | pean crop. If the paint industry In his years of wort with the the ranks on its own merits, ane p pe Pp Also m= oa mew shipment
of 1946 and in a booklet published by the | Camnot absorb all the current soybean “Dr. Morse has made ‘ts merits promise to make it stil PALACE CHANGES ° 1

. , ; crop, the surplus can go to manu- many predictions about tb more famous. It can now — br 2 ts nd
Department of Agriculture in 1947 to in- | facturers of adhesives. or to inar- of his’ favourite plant, ne future turned into food and paint. plas. | A NEW monarch means, of course, a clean of Linen Sheet: a
i j i “garine makers, The number and seldom been wrong in these tics and feed. As new uses are sweep at th la e &

dicate the major outlines. | variety. of markets demanding guesses, and today his prediction find for it, the farmer will fine P anes Pillow Cases < otton

In the 1946 census the great majority of

the census points out this classification

peasants shrewdness... comes



ot * *



;









soybeans as theit raw materials is that the demand for vegeteble the market for sovbeans steadit: SIR ALAN LASCELLES, 64-year-old) 4 ° 1

ersons engaged in agriculture were de- account for the fact that there is types of soybeans will incréase “*Pendable; he will have a big] Frivate Secretary to King George, may be Sheets & Pillow Cases
P - 3 8 6 no surplus $f the har?e-working continually. ilo thinks the env- io iust keeping the supply ad- ney: gM Be, Ps |

scribed as wage earners. There were only | bean. Ins‘ead. there is frequent!y bean can herome a. tast sub, ecrate for the demand. (AGRI-| expected to retire. |

. ; m vin one 7 ; . ‘ erat, i. . e
207 employing farmers and 493 operating Make! ie to oerate mites Dae tac and ATURE - a Reperen) aan He has been preparing for retirement for 1] DA COSTA & CO LID
: & able re é eanners ar B DTS poetarie raat ats. eee ea , . - i ‘ ‘
on their own account, Farmers and farm | at a full capacity. cessors who ell fresh frozen "'s\ti'the' Wasniseton’ row” “W"o"* | 3ome time, and 41-year-old MAJOR SER || ° °
| seasors who ' ,

managers together numbered only 875: ; ay, —ieenteneeeeenione tipi mined, Heaney - - MICHAEL ADEANE, his assistant for .the |! =
foremen 423 and labourers 23,420. But as GIG The wiehest tenor... with the vast 14 years, will succeed him.

ignores the great majority of the small
cultivators of the island. Mr. Halcrow esti-
mated that there were no less than 19,657

; : Service foreign, and home affairs.
: . in his voice, a melting look in He walks with stateliness on who ever lived, he is apt to dodge : : ‘ |
holdings of between % to 10 acres in 1947 | his eye, He inoibte (quite sa, spaited feet, improvising the point by ‘saying - is mien His knowledge will be invaluable to the
ahd-during the 104@’census information was wrongly) that from the musical ‘ener recitatives as e goes, enough to do a bit of shooting and ueen in é vi sibility.

8 ormation wa angle the Albert Hall is magnifi- “Buon giorne bambino mio,” he fishing when he can fimd the time. Q her-early years of seapansibility
gathered in respect of 4,881 farms of one

acre or more and 26,415 small plots of less
than one acre,



When Gigli speaks of - the
Albert. Hall there is a fond note

cent, superbo, the finest and most
beautiful concert, hall the world
has known, Béffore going on to the

back at 61 to reconquer London

(By CHARLES REID)

will carol in top register to a
grinning Savoy liftman, “‘pliss tell
me ‘ow are you thees morning.”

When you put it to Gigli tha,
he is one of the wealthiest singers

Between the wars he found time to
do a bit of building as well. On
the outskirts of his native village

Genial, shrewd, and very popular at the
Jalace, Sir Michael at present deals with

He is a grandson of LORD STAMFORD-|
HAM, one of the outstanding royal private |



, —always ask for

A.H. platform he always feels But gal is more in Gigli than he ran up a nae with 60 bed-| -ecretaries, who served three monarchs. °
4 in : ons something in the pit of the stom- 2 voice plus nicely calculated room ‘Suites which cost nine mil- ir ; i is |
In view of this information 18 it not ach that is hard to define: not joviality. Somewhere inside the lion lire. Sir Alan Lascelles, known generally in his
strange that membership of an agricul- nervousness exactly, but some neat, dark tailoring lurks the — If I emphasise Gigli’s earnings| circle as “Tommy.’, dealt chiefly with Cabinet |
tural society whose fees are only $5.00 per insidious shock of emotion, To shrewd, laborious peasant. it is because they offer, after all,

year should not exceed more than 200 indi-
viduals most of whom are sugar planters,
managers and representatives of commer-
cial firms in Bridgetown? The services
which agricultural societies have rendered
to Barbados in the past are now mainly
supplied by the Department of Science and
Agriculture: and the formation of the Bar-
bados Sugar Producers’ Association has
still further reduced the activities of the
society. Besides meeting once monthly the
society organises the annual‘ agricultural
exhibition, but little else is known of its
activities. The government is pursuing an

likely to have, any the lower levels: of the house— : :

active agricultural policy and is displaying | bearing on Gigli’ urt and eareer? “Let's have some Tosca!’ “What King Bune ‘ta tee), one SOC ws

- . ‘ : ; I used to puzzle over the wor- about a bit of Bohéme?” “Why| LETT, the Superintendent of the King’s
a real awareness of the great importance shipping light that came into his no are i Wevidache
which agricult av rj eyes when anybody mentioned People packed away up in the ,
AIT life a end always play in the Giordano’s Andrea Chenier. “a corner galleries oh a ave with the ” * *

0. arbados, “IT sing 62 operas,” he wou top of the organ get only a quar- : : -
The Sugar Producers’ Association is | Sa¥:, “and for me most, beautiful ver view of the great man from| A qualified tailor, Howlett dressed the |.

cvercome it he throws his head
back and sets his chin in the
resolute Gigli way, rather on the
left-hand side of his face.
There is a psychological key +9
all this, of course. The Albert
Hall is the world’s finest concert
hall in Gigli’s view (a) because
it holds 8,000 and (b) - because
soon after the war Gigli filled
it four times over in one month
Who, after so profitable a feat,
can be expect to fuss about
such trifles as e archai¢ look
of the place, orieven its Echo?
So utiful
Gigli’s attitude: to the Albert
Hall is typical. All musical things
and many non-musical things are
to be tested by a simple stand-
Ard’ —Do they Have, or age they
Madtical

Fifty years ago he was an ur-
chin with patched trousers in a
village on the Adriatic coast, his
father the one cobbler, Beni-
amino and the Others knew the
nip of hunger.

At 12, dishwasher in an Italian
nobleman’s house, he used to climb
on the kitchen table and sing for
a mixed company of under-chefs
grooms and chambermaids. His
mother was his first singing teach-

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

some measure and test of the im-
mense pleasure his singing and his
personality have given to millions,
Which brings us back to his home
from home. From the earls
‘thirties on his Albert Hall recitals
developed a pattern of their own.
The printed programme is never
more than a rough difaft of what
actually happens. Gigli prefers to
remodel and extemporise his pro-
gramme as he goes along, adding
perhaps two encores for every
pre-arranged item,
Encore

The insatiable demand for re-
peats keeps him on the platform
for as long as three-quarters of an
hour at a time. Voices are con-
stantly bawling att demands, now
from the top gallery, now from




papers and State affairs. Most of the person-'|
il attendants of the Queen and her husband
will move with them to the Palace.

There is a strong friendship between the
Queen and LADY PAMELA MOUNTBAT-
TEN her temporary Lady-in-Waiting for the

manent companions.

HOWLETT, THE TAILOR
FOR the moment the future of the late
King’s personal servants is in doubt.
There are the valets THOMAS, JERRAM
and JAMES MACDONALD (who found the

|
‘
|
Australian tour.
She may become one of the Queen’s per- ,

the greatest name in jam-making




; ain is Andrea. I love Andrea most the rear. “Turn this way!” they | King for 2 rs. j i

always active and its willing co-operation -| cf ail. Andrea was poet. Much begin to show testily. Whereupow h eee P ene ite had: in bis dite wee
with the government on all matters affect- | ore. He. was poet of Revolution, Gigli shows his back to the main| than 500 suits and uniforms. :
4 7 * very umanita plenty melody, body of the audience and address- Once an admiral, about to have an audi-
ing the smooth working and efficiency of plenty feeling.” And so on. The es a couple of songs to the shout~ east , ; raat
the sugar industry is a credit to the island praise struck me as_ too‘ ‘high- ers, to everybody's purring de-| ence, split his jacket. Howlett fitted him with

ee ety JS a crecit to the island. | pitched by ihalf. Giordano's opera light. we one of thé King’s tunics in two minutes
But is the Agricultural Society pulling its | is good. but surely not as good Ecstasy y , INGREDIENTS}
full weight, if it cannot encourage peasant | “* an eed By home time the entire hall is RACE ‘FROM. PARIS

: a tage Pride... ; in a state of communal ecstasy.| WHEN the Accession Council was sum- RAISINS
agriculturalists to band together to secure But then I remember a detail Gigli has difficulty in getting to ey : ’ ; CURRANTS
proper marketing facilities for their pr which made everything — clear, his car. Admirers leap on to the| Moned one of its. members, SIR ARTHUR |} PRUNES

' pro- Andrea was the part which Gigli running boards and ride with him

ducts and improvement in their cane fields

sang as substitute at the Metro-












FISH and MEAT

FADDEN, Deputy Prime Minister of Austra-



ALMOND ICING







tor CX CP PSOTS FI

\ ite at the Mek as far as they dare, lia sightseeing in Paris alae ICING SUG Ae
and to create machinery i politan Opera, New York, when Such, at all events, has been was . DOCK CASTOR SUGAR
a boty ae inery for protecting Caruso fell mortally sick in 1920. typical form at Gigli nights in the} An embassy car searched the city for him, |$ Sane there CHERRIES
their own interests? Or are they waiting Never,” s Gigli, “do J past, It may not have much to do :
cele : forget that 4 . Metropolitan with music in its highest form,| but he was not found until 3 p.m. FILLET STEAKS
for leadership to beg t th ? igli : y
pas ship to begin at the bottom? It director say, ‘Necessarily Gigli caaaeie aeacel petenbnen But it is magnificent in its way. ” - . DRESSED RABBITS VERS .
wi more valuable if it comes from the | must sing Andrea in Caruso o, (When he takes the wed- WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED : e ’ x
top . , | place. There is nobody else. That diitar ‘cing obhie dest am 8 aie. —L.ES. He raced to the airport and at 5.5—five min- Dhichanee LIQUER: %
5 g mE >but. I am sor Or jc Li : F :
aise | Pee Gdause, wut the directonmne 2 goreing In the aeny ioe three Our Readers Say; |S after the Council assembled—arrived at GRAND MARNIER 3
ae . "7 ae : ” a 7 Pt ° : .
| ss ee pry, rae ee tb ee years and ‘behind & chemist’s A 1 Welf , Croydon without passport or English money a DUBONNET g
e Andrea, ren Was the first Counter for two, he scraped to- Anima elfare e drov : ; : SCOTCH WHISKEY %
fron Ore Deposits Gigli "Milestone. Therfore it, is seiner lire enough to take vinging. To the Edvor The acraeate_ |. 2° Stove to the Palace in 17 minutes and § : aoe eee
the best of all tenor, parts, The jessons at Rome Conservatory. Six SIR-“During. the dry “season, | WS in time to sign the documents. % %
~ . ‘aS ‘ reasonir s 7 y » 8 s , t 9 t e rine a nie :
THE development of iron ore deposits | Gigli’s temperament and back- Uivovaee Gasreiee Ware coal onite ae Saw eee me THE LAST COMMAND x TOMATOES 30 per Ib. S
in Peru will get underway shortly by the ground, iy dine Pius in Ta {Gioconda, For hia night's denuded of vegetation is all ae THE will of King George will be read to , CABBAGE, 30 otk ib.3
Utah Construction Company as a res | e 8 work he got £2. Eighteen years prevalent. We appeal to st > ily ¢ inds sa . »
f the signing of « : iN oe : rarer Outwardly he is the dapper, later his price for a single per- owners to tether their animals in the family ‘at Windsor Castle after the fun, *
of the signing of a contract with the Cor- expansive man of the world, In yo as at Covent Garden was shaded places, water and feed eral. . Just Arrived Phone >
; Ieric £ 5 Se « i y > rears sr < z % : ‘ i . iis) = = .
Paration Peruana Del Santa, =| tavel weary tne ben of £990 Castle, Too {hem ak teulatelAntervals. Sra] Only private moneys and property, such|® CUBe SUGAR :
tah have already run tests for ore breathtaking diamond pin, On “I am not a parish hall singer,” Humane treatment is well/@5 the Sandringham estate—a: registered |‘ CHEESH, SPREAD Xs
located 15 miles inland from the coast at one finger are three rings: his own ! said when somebudy at the worthwhile, for the stock ode. agricult l i = if DOG FOOD = DARD *
: int 300 Sate south of Lirla. T es wedding ring, the wedding ring Garden took it upon himself to quately cared for are an econo- agricultural company—are disposed of in the! \ pa pa x
i ae ‘ ' nl a Ss . sae ests so bequeathed by his pectin, and an hum and” haw, Until 1932 the mic asset will ' ¢ RS ANCHOVIES %
ar show that the ore is yielding 60° per eternity ring given by a woman New York Metropolitan paid him (Sgd.) CECILE WALCOTT, > > : . has ANG y 7 °
, t wast r ; : Per who has been admiring his sing- £20,000 a year. After 1932 more Hon. Secretary, B’dos S.P.C.A. The DUKE OF GLOUCESTER Sn PAE i Qeeictoe tena We Deliver %
cent or more Iron. ‘ ing for 40 years than doubled his yearly income 5th March, 1952 tor..—L.E.S, > ; ~
‘ ’ LOCOPSE SOS SOS OSS SSSSSSON


FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1952



HOUSE END CONSIDERAT

$10,189,605 Voted

For Govt.

Services

AFTER three consecutive sessions, two of which
lasted for ten and a half hours, the House of

Assembly this morning

at 12.40 o’clock completed

consideration of the 1952—53 Colonial Estimates
and later passed Resolutions under the various

Heads authorising the

for Government Services.

expenditure of $10,189,605
The House was

adjourned until next Tuesday at 3 p.m., when they
will deal with the Appropriation Bill.

When the House had

been in session for just over

two hours last night, the strain of the previous two nights
became apparent as members lounged tiredly in their

seats.

the Colonial Estimates wa
Assembly in three sessions.

The Heads passed yesterday
were Income Tax and De:th
Duties — $207,100; Labour De-

rartment $131,005; Department of
Highways and Transport $745.5"
Airport $49,275, Electrical Inspec-

tor $16,053; . Housing Board
$29,122; Peasants’ Loan Bank
$3. .400; Old Age Pensions

$495,000: Water Works $618.979;
Social Welfare $4,036; Controls,
Subsidies etc., $7,145,365; Seawell
Plantation $9,962; Qontributions
from Revenue $250,000.

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE,
Public Buildings $193,441; Housing
$104,545; Roads $128,288; Water
Supplies $347,000; Loans $140,000;
Miscellaneous $158,520.

SPECIAL EXPENDITURE
Emigration—Token Voie $1.00
C. D. & W. $156,040.

Total Expenditure $10,189,605.

Meeting shortly after 7 o'clock
yesterday, the House passed the
remaining 13 Heads of Part .1
of the Estimates, (Recurrent Ex-
penditure), and went on to dis-
cuss and complete their consider-
ation of the Capital Estimates
for which they voted $1,227,835.

Head XXX—Income Tax and
Death Duties was the first Head
which came up for consideration
yesterday, Under this Head, Mr,
O. T. Alider :aised.the question
of illegitimates being left out in
the calculation of a man’s income
tax. He said that there was a
general cry against the principle
of not giving allowance for illegi-
timate children. A father was
compelled. to pay before the court
for an illégitimate child until the
child reached 14, yet when
income tax was being computed,
no allowance was given for such
a child. ‘

Two hundred and seven thou-
sand, one hundred dollars was
eventually passed under this

head.
Labour Dept.

The next head was the Labour
Department, XXXI for which
$19,805 was to be voted. Mr.
J. E, T. Brancker observed that
the amount for ,emuneration to
the membe s 0’ the Wagés Board

$480, was inadequate and said
that it should be increased.

He next spoke on the item,
Cane Weighing Inspector, He said
that that was a very valuable head,
The amount to be voted for that
item was the same as last year
and as it was greatly to the
interest of the pe.sants to have
the cane weighing machines in-
spected, he hoped there would be
no reduction in the amount of
inspection.

He said that not long ago there
had been an instance of some@ne
sending cane to a factory and it
was subsequently found out that
the cane weigher had tricked
the person and did not give him
the adequate am vunt. Whenever
mis akcs occurred, they were in
favour of the person
The more v gilant, trequent and
intensive inspections were made,
the he ppier he would be, He added











iZe :

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attached.

7

It is the first time on record that consideration of

s concluded in the House of

that they would have been ‘no

hesi'ation at all in voting more
under that item.
Mr. L. A. Williams (L) said

that he had been often questioned
as to emigration to the United
States of America and he wanted
te know what Government was
d:ing about it 6

Mr. J. C. Mottley (C) called
Government's attention to what he
termed the grave dissatisfaction
among the returning emigrants
from America in respect of the
money due to them. He said that
many complaints had been made
to him. Some had returned some
six or eight months and when they
went to the Labour Department,
they could get no information.

He queried the duties of a
junior Labour Officer and said he
wondered whether he had to see
periodically whether everything
was working well or wait until
a complaint came. In that respect,
he said he would draw to Govy-
ernment’s attention that there was
dissatisfaction among the workcr
at Harrow Plantation.

Mr. V. B. Voughn (1) said thi
the same way ‘there was a. can?
weighing inspector; they should }»
inspectors to inspect in other in-
dustries.

Not Enough
Speaking on the question of
unemployment and _ emigration,

Mr. E. D. Mottley said that he wes
very giad to see that, as had been
done during the past few years,
Government was still putting
in an appreciable sum to deal
with the question of emigration
But that was not enough, he said.

It should be found out whether
some people could settle perma-
nently in some countries, There
should be a conference held here,
as had been suggested by the
Senior Member for St, Thomas,
and the question gone ipto so that
the Colonial Officer would know
the situntion and views.

They read that in British Hou-
‘duras® theres was land being soid
for next-kin-to nothing and one
could not help wondering wheth-
er people could not be sent to
such a place, He was hoping that
Government would use all its
influence during the coming year
not only on American schemes,
but other places directly under
the contrcel of the British Goverti-
ment.

He said he was of the opinion
that the Leader of the House had
more influence with the Colonial
Cffice than any other West Indian

Leader and he hoped he would
use that office. He hoped that
when he left the island as he

was doing short'y, he would be
thinking always in terms of emi-
gration and see what he could
do to get away some of the

weighing, peop

p le,

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He had diScussed the matter with
the Colonial Office and had aske.!
the Senior Member for St. Thomas
not to raise the point at the House
es he had intended discussing it.
He had to sound a word of warn-
ing, however, and say he haped he
was not misinterpreting their
views, but ‘it seemed to him that
the Colonial Office would need
lot of persuasion over the Evan:
Report.

He intended to press as much as
possible that even in a small way
*he ovevion of emigration with
British Honduras or British Guiana
should be re-considered. At the
same time, he would Jet them, (the
members of the House) know that
British Guiana had told them that
since the campaign against malaria
was successful and there were an
ex ess of Lirtis ove’ deaths, they
were ni. prepared to welcome emi-
g ons. Of ecurse he did not agree
with that, but that was a snag.

He said that practically every
country in the world whoin
they had approached, with the
ressible exception of Great:
Britain, put forwards som:
reason why they could take
nobody. Canada, the United
States, all of them hd made

excuses. Brazil had a specific
law on their Statute book
against non-Europeans = gein+

into Brazil, though that was

strange for a place like Brazil

which was a coloured country.

Every single avenue was being
explored. It was not that the
Government was unmindful of it,
he believed that if a Conservative
Government were in power they
would try their best. They had
tried and were continuing to try
and it was net fair to suggest they
were doing nothing.

Head XXXII
When discussing Head XXXII,
Department of Highways and

Transport, Mr. J. E. T, Brancker
(L), referring to Item 31, Mark-
ing and maintenance of _ traffic
lines and signs, road signs and
bus stops, said that so far as the
studs were concerned there were
an excelient idea but in many

- instances these studs were placed
in very awkward positions where:

the driver could not see properly.

without going beyond them,
thereby committing a traffic
offence.

As regards bus stops, he said

that many years ago it was pro-
mised that bus stops would ‘be
erected in the parish of St, James.
Nothing had been done, At pres-
ent drivers in that parish are
suffering from the lack of bus
stops. A driver might be forced
to stop for five people who were
each five yards apart. There
were no bus stops beyond Black
Rock,

Mr. Brancker said that he
no'iced that this year they were
asked to vote $1,150 less. He
however felt that St. James was
the area where they should start
erecting signs,

Speaking on Item 40, Mainte-

nance of Parish Roads, Mr.
Brancker told how after two
years one road was still await-

ing to ‘be done.

He said that this was only one
but there were many other
instances where no attention was
being paid to these roads, “We
are asked to vote $6,800 more
than last year,” he said, “but who
is going to look after the parish
roads, the highways and a pro-
gramme for the coming year?”

Several of the senior over-
seers had left and he was won-
dering who was going to push
ahead that work, He said that no
one could do roads by sitting in
an office and using reams and
reams of paper, They needed men
like Mr, Minnett and Mr. Harris.

He also spoke on Items 25, 28
and 36. He said that first class
technical men were leaving the

Department and this would pre-
sent a headache for the Junior
Member for St. Peter who holds
the portfolio for that Department,

Mr. T. O. Bryan, (L), speaking

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an Item 25, Unestablished Stat!
said that there was grave dissai-
isfaction among the. unestablishex
staff. He felt that this magter de-
seryed better consideration,

He .said that representation
were made to him anu he went os
far as to visit the Labour Office
Promises were mede but nothing
had been done. He asked Gov-
ernment to look into the matter.

Mr. Bryan also agreed wit) Mr.
Brencker on the question of Par-
ish Roads. He said that ther> ~



rill «a euantits Inne
throughout the island and if they
fic not get officers and tool

could not be carried ont

; Great Less

Mr. C. E. Palma (bL), suid wint
he could envisage the great loss
which the Department of High-
ways and Transport will suffer us
@ result of certain resignations. He
felt that when the Department had
been tortunate enough in secur-
ing the services of a fellow Wes
Indian, who was properly quali-
fied and who had done such great
work in the island, and to think
that they had in turn lost his ser-
vices, th. we. something Gov
trnment should look into.

In dealing with Parish Roads,
Mr, Talma said that if they were
to pursue this matter further they
woulg find that probably 20 years
ago the same 182 miles of these
roads were under the control of
the Department of Highways end
Transport, “What is good for 20
years ago is certainly not good fo
today.” Because 20 years ago
H. & T.. vas only responsible for
132 miles of parish roads it did
not mean that that figure shouid
not be revised and the Depart-
ment made responsible for 23?
miles. “Think of the many resi-
dential districts which have spruag
up within the past 15 or 20 years,”
he said.

The Vestry, he said, could not
be exnected to handle these roads
In order to get the roads done they
néeded a competent, conscientiov
Civil Engineer, a man whom thes
could approach, to see that the
work is done

Tivsineaon

As revards Item 38, Highways,
Mr. Talma admitted that the
main highways generally speak-
ing, were in a fairly good con-
dition but the point which he
wanted to make was the queSe
tion of drainage,

Along many of those -highways
owing to the lack of proper
drainage, roads were flooded.
Drainage was something which
should be undertaken and he
would like to know whether the
Director of Highways and Trans-
port knew anything about
draining because that Director
had never tackled the glaring
question or a proper drainage
system in the island.

He said that along Maxwell
Main Road, which leads to Sea-
well Airport, about 60 to 80 yards
of the road is covered with
water when rain falls and it re-
mains so for many days.

Mr. F. E. Miller (LL), said that
the Department was _ seriously
“overtooled.” It was a waste of
the taxpayers’ money. He felt
sure that some day Government
would not be able to get enough
money to spend on this Depart-
ment.

He said the Department
lacked co-ordination, co-opera-
tion, human relationship, etc.

He referred to the road at
Castle Grant and said that a
big tractor has been at that
spot for about six or eight
months. I¢ received two coats
of paint while on the spot and
it has been doing nothing.
He said that today the Depart-

ment had 18 or 19 rollers and, “it

is cruel for a man with a love
for. machinery to see it go to
waste like that.” When _ the

Department was operating 8 or
9 rollers it was doing twice as
much work, he said. He knew

‘that from time to time members

have always had something to




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ay about that Department and
what was regrettable is that two

years ago he referred to the
matter and nothing had been
done.

Mr. E. D. Mottley (E), refer-
ring to Item 31, began by saying
that they were making provision
for bus stops and there were not
enough buses on the road.

He said that for some reason
the Bus Concessionaires have not
been putting as many buses as
required to cater to the public
on the road. It would be dis-
honest for a Bus Concessionaire
to say that he is not making
money. All over the island people
were erying out that their
children could not get to school
on ume.

He had heard Concessionaires
say that they were willing to run
more buses but were not allowed
to do so. He said that either they
were the’ biggest set of ignora-
muses running that Board or they
were most dishonest.

In his position in the Vestry he
saw figures that showed that one
of the biggest bus companies in the
island was making $800 a year
per bus. Taking into considera-
tion the cost of the bus and reduc-
ing depreciation, etc., this is a
handsome profit

Finally, he said that
lieved in free enterprise.
wh» in ested morey
given an opportunity to make
money. But they should not be
ellowed to make all the money.

He hoped that the Minister in
charge of that portfolio would
take what he Said seriously It
was pathetic and he hoped that
steps would be taken,

If it was true that the Conces-
sionaires refused to put more
buses on the road, then it was the
duty of the Department of High-
ways & Transport, through Gov-
ernment, to make them do so

he be-
People
should be

Resuming after dinner; the
House agreed to Heads XXXIII—
Airport for which they voted

$49,275, and Head XXXIV—Elec-~
trical Engineer—for which pro-
vision is made for $16,053, with-
out comment.

Under Head XXXV, Housing
Board—Mr. C. FE. Talma (L) en-
quired concerning Item 10, Trav-
vlling Expenses, and asked
whether Casuel Employees were
paid travelling allowance, He sug-
gested that a loan fund should be
established whereby loans could
be made to cover the purchase
of bicycles.

Mr. Allder (1) observed that
sanitation at the Pine was such
that one got the impression that
Government had removed people
from the slum areas, and those
people were creating similar con-

ditions from which they were
taken. He further pointed / out
that since street lamps were
erected, there were assemblances
under those lights for the pur-
pose of gambling.

He suggested that Government



Marching Display To-night

Y kind permission of Lt. Col.
J. Connell, O,.B.%., the Drum,
Bugle and Fife Band of the Bar-
bados Regiment will give a dis-
play of marching and counter-
marching during the interval of
the Police Band Concert at Hast-
ings Rocks to-night. They will be
dressed in their Full Ceremonial
Uniform as worn by the Old West
Indian Regiment.
This colourful Zouave Uniform
—which prior to the South Afri-
tan War, was the normal everyday

dress of the West Indian Regi-
ment, is now only perpetuated by
the bands of the Territorial Units

of the West Indies. The History of
the adoption of the Zouive Uni-
form dates back to the Great
Exhibition of 1857, when Queen
Victoria expressed admiration for
the colourful uniform worn by
the Zouaves. Her Majesty suggest-
ed that a unit of her own Empire
should adopt it. The West Indian
Regiment were accordingly given
the honour,

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Bhould instruct the Housings ey 4
Board to invastigate the matter, = 1
and warn the tenants that if

they did not appreciate the amen- A MEASUREMENT no

ities, they should more team for the Olympic Games at
houses for se to 2 ee nan a hairsbreadth, has denied Helsinki will be selected. While
of person. , lark McConarehy, the New winning an AAA title would do

Heads XXXVII—Peasants Loap Z¢#!and player, of a world snook- much to further an athletes
Bank—XXXVII—Old Age Pen- {*, record. Playing against. Pat chance of selection for Helsinki,
sions — XL—Waterworks — and ‘Sitchen at the Beaufort Club, it is mot a guarantee. In Britain,
XLI — Social Welfare — were ! ondon, this week, he thade a an athlete is selected on his re-
agreed to without discussion. Nreak of 147—-15 reds, 15 blacks, cord: for the whole season. Here

Under Head XLI-—Controls. “24 all the colours. An official Britain differs from the United
Subsidies, etc.. Mr. Mottley (E) |! the Billiards Association and States, where a special meeting
asked to what extent Grade RB ‘‘ontrel Council measured the is he'd for the sole purpose of
flour and biseuit flour were sub- ‘ble afterwards, and found the selecting the team, This can lead
sidized” «mensions showed a slight dis- to anomalies, as in the 1948

Mr, T. QO. Bryan (L), said the: | ‘epancy over the standard size. Games. The ironical position was

since 1950 the overhead increas» “bis means that Joe Davis’ break + en created of Harrison Dillard,

to shopkeepers had gone up by ° . 146, made at Manchester in )older of the world 100 metres
per cent, and shat naietoee jy, 1950, still stands as the world jurdles record not qualifying for
spite of certain increases, decreast ?°°°rd: : that event because he knocked a
es in the percentage of profit on ° - ‘ hurdle over in the pre-Olympic
certain commodities, made it WEIGHT-LIFTING meeting,

difficult for shopkeepers to con- THE POPULARITY of weight- . . c "

tinue business. } fting in training has spread to

LAWN TENNIS

He suggested that steps should }et another sport. Latest to use
be taken to reduce the percentage | are British Olympic diving ek tee ae ve
of profits received by the Com- | ossibles Peter Elliot, Jimmy caretune’ “watched. Th Lawn
mission Agents, thereby passing Scott, and Tony Turmer. They Nastitte um ives Kaatchet de=
on more of the profits to shop- follow the lead. set by many ‘ided te tole “tio! *t ii vine th
keepers in order to afford them ‘2otballers, boxers and athletes, “70% 00 \@ke action lollowing me

criticism levelled at officials in the
England—Sweden Davis Cup
match at Scarborough last sum-
mer. The watching will be done
by members of the Association
council, and a number of retired

in_ Britain.

First to adopt weight-lifting as
® training for other sports, were
he Americans, who took it up
ust after the war. One who

some measure of relief.

Replying to Mr. Mottley’s ques-
tion, Dr. Cummins said that Grade
E flour was subsidized to the ex-
tent of $2.90 per bag, biscuit flour

$4.75 per bag; pickled pork ‘ound it of great value was Mal * ardinis

$18.00 per barrel and rice to the Whitfield, Olympic 800 metres Pires co-opted especially for

extent of 7% cents per pint, Champion, and joint holder of , SET aes ‘aa we the ,
On this information Mr, Mottley the world half mile record. plate fi igh ot a ive will

observed that the difference in plete ortnight, and umpires

subsidy in biscuit flour and the ATHLETICS : po Mae —* wae a

flour Which went into the homes THE AAA, CHAMPIONSHIPS under scrutiny. In this.way! i is

ere on June 20th and 2lst,
about

and hoped to keep oefficials’ on their

of people to make bread ete, was Britain’stoes all the time

very great. He wondered if any
of this biscuit flour was put inte
‘biscuits for export. At present the
price of flour for bread had pre
vented the sales of penny loaves

a week later

ANIAMTED OPINIONS

any longer, resulting in parent:
and children alike feeling the
hardship. He warned Govern-

ment to go into this matter very
carefully as this inerease cost of
bread might have its effect in their
having to subsidize more flour at
$4.75 per bag. °

Mal-Administration

When consideration was given '9
Head 2 of the Capital Estimat: i |
Housing, Mr, V. B. Vaughan (1)
quoted figures relative to the co |
of constructing and removing hou
es to the respective housing area:
and the high cost of constructin
reads at the Bay Estate, and com
paring them with the cost per uni

f houses financed under th
Labour Welfare Fund, charged the
Housing Board with mal-adminis
tratian of public funds.

The figures in respect of the
Housing Board, Mr. Vaughan said
were “fantastically and scandal
ously high.” and were sufficier
to condemn any department, anc
he suggested that members 0
the House should call for a public
enquiry into the matter,

Says Mr. Leo King:

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oe ee nie te ont ae 4.3.52—Gn. | standing on 22,137 square feet of land same establishment and hope our TO PUERTO RICO: Baisley Elebash, 55 Imperial Winipeg. ss. Safco I, 5.
vt: Pedy Clark with 2 knowled @¢ | eee The house contains four bedrooms, | preparation sees us safely through atariven hath. Vee. sone: ia Berianga, s.s. Sanwich, ss, Charleston SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives Galle
os rinan a 5 » y el y q ~ - 2 4 "9 prlorey, 1a aney, nm . s a x
yo ey Bl ag a FURNITURE syne, seamen wales, se Sere ee | oe : Deis. cy. Kitzabsth, Duileney, Coe ee SS Bee Bittencourt, a4, Alpha, | be Halifax Sovten —Harbades ‘Barbados
ree a — experiance Jiran pply FURNITURE—At reduce prices. Mag Inspection by appointment, phone 3779 oe ene ened fi was inn ipo, Hewat head Somurdy, Mex Park, s.8. Ariguani, 5.8. Rio ‘Quinto, s.s r+! ss ais . i Coes 29 Feby a = i
—— 1alification and experience aie : . ‘mine: The above will be set up for sale every o. ok tonnectec : REO - Nori‘a s.s. Elsie Thorden, 5.5, Was g.| (CANADIAN CRUISER’ re =
‘Applications treated strictly confidential, | Cedar, Dressing Tables, Vanities, Dining } 4+ ‘pptic competition at 2 p.m. on Fri-| with fo nd breedin _;2¢e Pomeroy, Yves Massell, Doreen 5.5. Naviero, ss, Gobeo, 62. Puerto Rico
Salaey according to capability. Apply. | Tables, Easy Chairs. At Ralph Beard’s |, pie SSMECY SD aatch at the Ofoe les rm and breeding, In addi-| 9" "Leroy Downes, Massim Tawil, *'s Else Niel .
Commission House, c/o Advocate Com- | Lower Bay Street. 13.52 an, EGay the aist day of March st the OMee}gion to Keylock’s Thoroughbred | scouy Tawil, Rudolf Vanderwald. Mary OR Dg ra mare
benys Eaten | er oo, CARRINGTON & SEALY Pedigree Charts he had compiled | Vanderwaid, Josiah Marvel, Gwladys Jesse Lykes, s.s. Ruahine, s.s Naviers NORTHBOUND Salls Arrives Arrives azeipen
i ‘ i : 1. 9.8, » 8.8 aan
SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Gov | LIVESTOCK saat, Street a list which showed the pedigree va oe nokiohean Bann’ vstien, ss, Fiorkis, ss Poslo Tosanelil, 29 toe ae h 2 ‘gnats 24 March
nes oekiey cs FT S52 —1On * Sac : ane servel, - ey» + Waimea, s.s. Guifmills, s.s. Alcoa Roame ° "RODNEY” he 7 March 9 March 20 Mare
Club.* Free: quarters in Flat over Club | Gow—Fresh in milk, 4th Calf, 22 pts. aegicatncem ani of all the candidates at a glance.) Winton, John Dos Ramos, and John ss Gloucester, ss. Irisbank, s.s, Ocean | “ NELSON” |, ~~ 22 March 24 March 3 April 4 April 7 April
I 2
fouse, containing 2 bedrooms, living-| per day. Apply: Laurie Greenidge, Foul} At our office, James Street, on Frias Some of them were not worthy | Mitchell Monarch, s.s, Liberte, s.s. Kvint, &.».| “CAN. CRUISER” a -. 4 April 7 April -_ 14 April 17 April
eee, Set te Se ates ot | bay, Bt Palio i s2—2n. Vthe 2iet March 1952, at 2pm. in separate} of consideration, but much IN CARLISLE BAY Prospector, s.8. Boskoop, s.s. Elssay s.s
. axe ow ledge of inte ‘ :
re a eee | a iia ceveling ptm stnding |, eee wad Siven to those WIR) men, Nach SO, Coomaiin Se. Senet’ sar tummiehe, ns. Semmlei eoOR
qualify. .Apply by letter to Secretary . 3. 52—2 2 id 19 penties. of ear reasonable claims, and 9%9,,;R-, Sch. Wonderful Counsellor, Seh- Hills, s.s. Lady Nelson, s.s. Lady Rodney,
from-whom further particulars can be "so mee on ae ee sa T i tuall f' : a f Marea Henrietta, Sch. Emanuel C. Gor- E. Denh. Yach See Y :
r A Fitts Village, St. James. he dwelling eventually after a perio vot! a = = 8.3. 380 enhaag, acht Joe loung,
obtained, 1.3.52—-t.f.n : ‘ sit. ouberete , 7 don, Sch, Cyril E. Smith, Sch. United
ne boos POULTRY Noe wa Fe comecic. | Several weeks, a list of prices | oe See AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH —— 7 Ades ; ant way was compiled in accordance with » ————— aoe
ORGANIST-CHOIRMASTER: Salary | DUCKLINGS: Muscovy Ducklings. [tthe sea. Lape eeer JES. oS" e ; i = =



$35.00. plus feces. Applications to Vicar | Fifty cents each. Mrs. K. Massiah, Four-
by March4@th. Enclosing names of two] square Pit. St. Philip Dial 2442

petsdis for reference Only applica 4.3.52-—3n
tiohs.of good and experienced Organists

vil be considered 7.3.2-—3n MECHANICAL

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= r- 7 bigrerg teen hansncenalldti dah eionticn di acters
WANTED SLOAN- £7,000 secured b> | “ADDING MACHINE—American Adding

2. 13,319 square feet of land on the
sea coast St. James (opposite the Risk
dwelling house) with the newly erected

Bungalow. thereon. Water and electric After the list had been com-
services. installed.

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[ pleted the layer asked me what I |
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ae setae Gt Panes Wippadlte the nick} thought would be a fair prive | initiate’ fer Tender |
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the layer’s view based on rae GOVERNMENT NOTICE |

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Lite maortsenes/ Fenew Ons a Hevce Machine by Smith-Corong, Handy Hand | dwelling house). jabout a French horse winning the
oe aot aoe Gw Hhufehifigon, & . a anor 29%. perches of arable lass, | Derby. I said 5 to 1, and on the DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS, AND TRANSPORT | an we ore
ate Se RAC ees 6.3.38. 5 u memes retort, “A jolly g ric HK : F / eet,
. MISCELLANEOUS Say Or ate te oabiian apply to Mr, C. A BO SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Colonial Secretary's | —_———— eee
STAMPS—We want to buy stamps MISCELLANEOUS Coppin on the premises. Telephone S100 First Impression . ! Pug up to 12 noon on the 8th March, 1952, for the supply of Barba- | LE ALE TE i
Colicétioys,gnd oddments to arn’ amount rere enenn aa For further particulars and conditions | : os Limeston s ey , | 3 a Ri A
for spot cash. At fhe ‘caribbean ‘Ramp 5 he habatoea rg Ft tye Ad o ba ng of sale. iipply ton BANTIALD From which it will be gathered Highways oat comes ana i ae ita a er Repaxnnent of | 4 ca \e we “ke ti
Society. 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Sueet | fram at $912 each. W. M. Ford, 35 Roe- HUTCHI ey eo—oy. {that in the opinion of one of the | 4, ist A “il 9 Sp we a period of twelve (12) months from | south Guadel ue,
3.58-5M- i buck Street. Dial 3480 6.3.52—In | leading layers our chance of win- | ‘"° *5* “Pru, 1952, ; —— foe oS juade ete TE — ,
~ Sei pocleesiceaceninnaarn han riparian lat ta ae rbados iniday a Curacao amai
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE] cereats—Al Bran Corn Flakes AUCTION jning the Derby is by no means 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should be | - ° : .
, PREALS a Ss | * * 2 |
The application of | Kixton of Kir- POatmea!, Shredded Wheat and Oatfakes | ————————— bright, submitted in respect of isions: —
tons, St Philip inv petneebr te Mell in tins. 'W IM “Ford, 3 hosbu x ‘Street. CAR—Ford Prefect Saloon 1950 Model| That remains to be seen, and (a) N m4 1 or any of the following divisions: | From Southampton Arrives Barbados
paris, Malt Liquors &e., st 4 tcord and | Dini 3489 6.5.52--2n damaged in accident. | We are, tastranind \ while one carinoy be optimistic a Pea sai ivision—Parishes of St, Lucy and St. Peter. | “COLOMBIE” .... 18th March, 1952... .... 31st March, ty
bingle shop at M field, St Phil: Si itpemennittimementiipmimmmmemmnnens tO Offer this vehicle for sale by auction ; § “ ivision— * ‘ 130, | nie ” ; :
Dated thie Sed a oh Mazel oa “KEROSENE REFRIGERATORS. A fat McEnearney’s Garage on Friday 7th this stage there is the hope that (b) res Division—Parishes of Christ Church, St. Philip | eoetaberet —_ a = of _ at ee 1952
% A W. HARPER, S6. small shipment of the famous Electrolux Jat 2 p.m. John M, Bladon & Company. Jwe can unearth another Arctic | and . John. | on ay, Base tees y>
Ag ce ™ ( Pit ‘ segepsene Retrigerstors has just arrived. Auctioneers. 2.3.52—4n | brince or Supreme Court (c) Eastern Division—Parishes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph. | *Not calling at Guadeloupe
Gun » Kee e 4 : 2 * . . , - lee ———— “ = 'e a s 7 “ °
+e FLAME orca Grawreom, Lower Broad. Street. Diai MER My first impression of the prices (d) Western Division—Parishes of St. Michael, St. George, | SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE
N.} = The applteation will be consid- | 5136.” (95240, UNDER THE IVORY HAM on the 2,000’ Guineas was that Bob [™ St. Thomas
; as and St. James. From Barbados Arrives Southampton
cred icagepre court td be held at : Ee ~~ a. |. By instructions received from the Major was a reasonable proposi- | “ ” “ee
Police Court Diet. “G", on Monday the | LAPTON’S FRENCH COFFEE: A], natructions ji selon Friday,ition at 14=1. The ls ; 3. A tenderer under paragraph 2 may also submit a separate COLOMBIE” .... lith April, 1952... .... 23rd April,- 1952
17h ¢ Moreh 1952. at 11 w'cloek puniversal favourite with connoisseurs. jmsurance Co. a or ee nS a. e layer did Not) tonder ¢ ‘ imati Stes - } “DE GRASSE” 19th May, 1952 29th May, 1952
e } Fresh shipment now in the hands of your |Mareh 7th. at Messrs. Chelsea Garage think he was giving anything away ender for any combination of Divisions tendered for under paragraph | « a el ee iy pest, 2 oe at r 1952
© Ag Pol uit ms ist re Sor hae ees ioe Venqourd oC Deriabed in Caster) Terme and said he was content to stand |2 99 the basis of paragraph 6, except that for the final words “on spot | cs atte s sitiner ener on Raiiaeninee™ am
A Police } ist ate, st. “CY” : 7.3.52— - . ‘ a ‘ foi ” ate’ | é
+.8—in Tg eiciisigecemeenennn ane LORD, ORNS. At 9 Bn : on the Goodwood form with Gay] aiywhere within the Division” read “on spot anywhere within com- |
nae nen iteaeneetiiteenninns | LIPTON'S TEA: New shipment of this VINCENT OO aeabr Time as representing true merit. | bined Division.” : |
rm Stat taes tcomsante the largest, swe \s 2.8.52—4n That he does not expect Boo 4, Samples of limestone of th lit ired b
: Digestive i the world is now in the hands of | =—————————— Major to sty a mile and a haif ; a: AUaLty TOqUineG. May He’ seen,






K. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents.

is revealed in the price list, es and particulars of quantity and size likely to be required, may be































SEALED rag oe 9 : to my ° ‘ is that I am offering the best house at Hastings on the sea si
reverie on e a Baan eS It was the slow time at Good- |funded; but no person or persons who may refuscâ„¢%o enter into a con- as a guest house or small hotel. It ctpndae on 9,700 si as

tne Cletk of the Vestry up to 2 o'clock} Wood which caused me to wonder {tract when so called upon . 5 a
eon on Thursday the 20th day of March.| whether we saw the real Boo pon shall have the deposits made by them feet of land and has (6) bedrooms with further possibilities

vroduet to their renowned
owder, They are the most
eonvenient wa of checking
diwestive disorders away from

OlL—The wirld’s finest motor oil
Veedol, at all leading Garages and Service
Stations. Your vehicle deserves the best.

: your grocer. If you have not yet mad: f p
* Upsets esta oe wie aie Mee 5 PUBLIC NOTICES Lord Rosebery’s colt is a 20-1 |°btained on application at the Department of Highways and Trans- SS SESS
_ obtain a complimenta sample \ = |
F. Hutson, Ltd. Distributor Brea v2! eee ‘3 atid . port. ‘
7.3.89—2n | "1 am holding a watching prie 5. Tenders are to be m i i
: 5 ; 5. ade on forms which can be obtained at|])
Altep- extensive research, —$—$——_ NOTICE for Bob Major for the present, as Z jr ih
) ° NUTS in tins, Salted Almonds, Salted t o the Colonial Secretary’s Office on payme: eposi i | *
P v tt's Laboratories have Cashew, Nuts and Peanuts, W. T. Ford, SUPPLIES FOR THE POOR OF THE before Goodwood he and Kings ($5.00). After a coil ak hn on yment of a deposit of Five Dollars |}) REAL ESTATE
produced De Witt's Antacid 35 Roebuck Street. Dial 3489. PARISH OF SAINT MICHAEL. Bench were the fastest two-yeur- +)» & a as n entered into, those persons who |}| When ay fy facts y
Tablets,’ new companion- 6.3.52-2.] SEALED TENDERS in duplicate} olds according to my watch. may have submitted bona fide tenders will haye their deposits re- ||} you are sure of your facts you can boast, and my boast




































V! OFound wherever fine cat$|for the undermentioned supplies in sucn Pee the refunded, and these shall be forfeited and paid into the Treasury. and is in perfect order.
home. No water required— travel”. 17.2.52—t.f.0. Santee ae, may from time to time be Major that day. 6. The prices tendered Also the house called “EYAREVILLE” situate at Eagle
Gast disédbee ent 04 wen ttthe Sa thc tine year commencing of the Ne Feith . prices tendered must be based on the payment of wages Hall Road which is built of 18 inch wall and has a galvanize
tongue for prom pt relief nS a oo Margy ist. April next. ic Sehacaehs o ait at current standard rates in the trade, and shall be the flat rate per roof and pine floors. It also has gallery, drawing, dining and
anywhere, Pleasant tasting now in the hands of your grocer, John FRESH BREAD er hor rede aad eee ere cubic yard at which the tender would contract to supply materials Regs sae ae ene bath, and kitchen.
S " Hutsen, Ltda Distributor der: t air ’ , > ent are; ms é i ake an appointmen o see em wi _-_
i r utson. stro denial aaah. Daas tendering out end. in ei eupectéd th Mngtthe Derby spot anywhere within the Division. | DARCY A. SCOTT, Middle Street. Dial 2645
oS xiv ka by two properly ae eseon, ee digtance and the only. one who 27.2.52.—38n. | , . 5 3.52—2n
tear ms i e Vestry), statin ee
pocket or hatebag FOR RENT Bein Tiingeess to Decome bound whn/"uprt hot dO-a> is Mogarch Mare. | lla
Size, 24 Tablets, the Tenderer in the event of their Ten- At that I might be Wrong, | WDD OO DU DODO OD DOPOD PPO OP OPD TOP OP SF PPPPPEO
Size, 60 Tablets. HOUSES der eine, accepted rg the dye fulfl-{though the lower half of the pedi-| > ¢ “ ee ee tof
; ment of the Contrac free does not inspire a lot of % i
With respect to the tender for 3 of con- ¥ i: x Pp V
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with FRESH MILK, the pronable quantity | idence when it comes to staying a R CE. TIONAL ALUES %

required for one year is 24,000 gallons} mile and a half.

and the Vestry reserve the right to : Be aly
accept the Tender of more than one I think M. M, Boussae wili find

person for the supphy of this articie something better than Marsyad
end all persons tendering for this arti- for the Derby, but so far he is

cle shall forward, along with their ; 7
tender, a Certificate by a properly the only one in the stable

qualified Veterinary Practitioner stating honoured with a price. Nearque
that the cattle from which the milk wii is regarded as having a better

be supplied are free from Tuberculosis hance i ss i :
Forms of tenders can be obtained at chance in the Derby, than in the

the Vestry Clerk's Office 2,000 Guineas, and this cout
By Order, may well prove to be the main

E. C. REDMAN. haee 3 ;
Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry pe of the Aga Khan.

es
§.3.52—e.0.d.—7n There is no faith in the stamina To Mothers —_

———
of Orgoglio, but he will continue

NOTICE to hold his place in the market or
The attention of all Bexporis, wirms the 2,000 Guineas. From ali ‘ who cannot

These and many more
and Companies carrying on accounts h S ia ia b
business in the City of Bridgetown and e has wintered well anu

BARGAINS at
in other parts ana places of St there should not be any doubt

Michac!, is drawn to the provisions of about nim staying a mile. f ; ; |
st.bsection 6 of section 53 of the Vestries Others will come into the picture eed their babies | & L D
Act (i911—5), which = enacts_— inter 3 e e , 's

in time, particularly those trained

Silver and Linen. Good Sea-bathing.

For further particulars. Apply to Alma

Lashley No. 6 Coral Sends, Worthing.
23.2.52—t.f.n.

GALV. NAILS - - 47e, Per lb.
WATERPROOF ROPE ‘72c, Per lb.
GARDEN HOES - - 72e, each
GARDEN RAKES - - 30e, each



ANTACID
TABLETS

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@ For home use—
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BARBADOS.

NOTICE

ACQUISITION OF LAND.

(Notice required by Section 6 of the
Land Acquisition Act, 1949)

In pursuance of the authority vested
in me by Section 6 of the Land Acquisi-
tion Act 1949, I Thomas Edwin Went,
Colonial Engineer of the Island of Bar-
bados, do hereby ive notice to all whom
1it may concern that 1 have marked out
the lands described below, to wit:—Al
that parcel of land containing one rood
vnd seven perches adjoining lands of

.-, | Saint Christopher's Girls’ School in the
() porish of Christ Church and bounding
»» lands of M. Hazlewood, on lands of
A. Clarke, on lands of Estwick Kirton,




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Jands of the said Saint Christopher's | alia:— " 1% %
Givis’ School and on the public Highway “On or before the ist day of Feb_jin France, There will be many Don’t worry ! Cow’s milk can be | AL AL LSP SOPOG POPPI SOSS OOS SSSSSS
and particularly shown and delineated of ruary in every year, every person in changes in the Derby prices lon aos sty in Serres so thatthe youngest baby | PL ALLL LPP APL PEA PPD SPS
; he plan thereof dated we 15th day o the parish liable to be rated in re- “ I can digest it without trouble. addition o' obi oe > SS
JOH Re May, 1951, certified by C. K. Nichols, reapant of profit derived from carrying before we reach the day of the ; he ition of Robinson’s ‘Patent
. Sworn Survayor, on tthde shall make to the assessor |7aCe and for my part I would pre- Barley prevents the milk forming large clots in baby stomachs, |
The said lands have been acquired for on a form to be obtained from the fer to await the results of the ‘ > ‘ :
4 the “following purposes: Extension ef | Vestry, a Return in writing of thelr French activities before interferins making it easy for the delicate digestive organs to do their work
playing ole ‘or Sain hristopher’s average net annual profit, in aceor- =
r e Girls’ School § } : said fin a Mnancial sense, thoi hil ing them i ri
hook. jance with the provisions of the sai roughly whilst getting t ready to digest heavier foods later
a“ I require all persons interested in the Act for the purpose of assessment How their two-year-olds of last in life, That’ ‘ . “ . ‘ -
BLADON ig ata i soon as {5 reasonably “In case and Proprietor or other] year compare with ours it is diffi- in life. t’s why wise nurses and mo $ always use Robinson’s |
vraucticable either s shall by reason of the regular [” : -
(a) to appear personally or by attorney ete of Teena Apoaate being a date cult to say, but they usually have ‘Patent’ Barley. }
é & ce Or aaant, Refers me A ne ae subsequent to 30th November but}a few in the background who |
a nature oF! nelr respective interests si { February then the i = i » ; |
¢ * in the said lands, and the amounts] , St aia be aude to. the ‘Acaasaeck either did not run or were no |

and full particulars of their claims
to compensation im respect of these
interests, distinguishing the amounts
under separate heads, and showin
how the amount claimed under each
head is calculated, or

bi to render to me a statement in
writing, signed by them or their
tte or agent, setting forth the

iors

ith day ‘of February, 1952.

Retum must ie 1th day of March. |8¢riously tramed.
“In case any proprietor or other 1 would like to think the Frencl:
person shall by reason of the short}are no better off than. last year

P h business has 7

period OF tone make the Return} When they failed to find one gooci

by ist February, then no Return nourh to get inte the first three

required.” ‘
Fajlure to comply with the yequir(
men of this sub section renders th: ‘

son and/or ns liable to a pens! P T: d

Oe enone ing itty pounds (£50) ainter r eate
Should circumstances over which

A.F.S., F.V.A.

COMPREHENSIVE LIST-
INGS ALWAYS AVAIL-
ABLE.

’ FOR SALE



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Dated the

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mes—A % store’ house on const each this OMce on or before 7th March, . ok . rol arise to cause J _ o
. rood grouse and ipiseeatshe | 1989 oath Sealed preter, have, fe eonral rise to < oe For Injured Ha rd 6
possibilitios, .; Th is excellent . , * | seribed dates, the Vestry would apprecia! ‘ .
bathing “from ‘a uded and pr | Colonial Engineer being informed by letter as to the reasor LIONED YEARWOOD, 21-year- 10-D.
vate MAMAy cove freee rt we ere eee for such delay. a eet me pointer of Burke's Village Ste AY'S NEWS FLASH ORIE N TAL a)

“BILVERTON", Cheapside | “hichael's. Vestr oseph, was treated by Dr.| {WE OFFER , .. ‘4
Commodiotis 2 storey tetas mn { of eaide Sie, Michael's Vestry W. H. E. Johnson yesterday for|¥? Cavalier ‘
ing in nppro%. TY, eres planted {1} 0 ou u er Sere ee an injury to his right hand which Hand Pai d J
Lege -rooitih 4 bebroums, fignile | ae he received when he fell from his] ¥ an ainted Jugs SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
Toe iitch@h. 3 ‘bathrocns et FROM A British Honduras bicycle near Joes River on Wed-} FALCON WARE VENDEMOS, SEDAS, The Refri,
Centrally located and ‘auit- nesday, He was knockéd off his| > Made in England JOYBRIAS Y ARTISTICAS e Refrigerator which ten

able for cenverstior Mio Aut
hoatding hOuse

QURIOBIDADES, TRAIDOS
DE LA INDIA OHINA e }}}
T

bicycle by canes overhanging aj?) 4 Pt. Capacity — $6.50
% ¢ 1 Pt, — $2.00 each

PLASTIC BY THE YARD

years ago caused the Bajan

Weak” Back? Huricane Fund passing lorry.

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gles stores si anty & nih | Does sitting in a draft or in a damp, LONDON. FSS SSS |i Cook to exclaim : :
} ‘ Lowft cerftre | chilly room sometimes bring on an ach- In the House of Commons on s ee Se H A N NM Ss at yt !
: ae roe ling back? Many people say they get | 20th February Mr. H, Hynd (La- FOOTBALL ) pe. wm. Ht St, Dial Hey! Hey! Looka Fia
Mine ac eee MS |] “cold” in the back—or in the kidneys | bour, Accrington) asked the Sec- g } i # s46 3 Stk
4 ’ sitiges * ones hoes ee good to|retary of State for the Colonies . = a ——— =‘ mek ice!
PRANDONS” $t. _Michae) j know about the quic ure ief of Dr. | what part of the hurricane fund N E + caiat 8 3SSSSSSS9SSS9999O 999999 S99 SSS SSS SSF FE SSO
Ag ed oi iene »perty” | Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. M granted to British Honduras in ion ‘won a emaed ih piste : : If you are in need of 8} 2 le 2
ar t oasis edink te a member, both kidneys and liver |}1931 is still outstanding; and B.AFA. fixtures at Ken- ) x | as ere agate eee
| w of eticidedd grout js ret aa ao oe or whether this debt can now be sington are notified that a j LASSWA R E f
bo Se i bloodstream. So if you feel tired.) cancelled in the interests of the : ghia . G . ‘ 2 ‘
| productive cononn ne, | worn-OUty headachy : with painful Colony. ‘ cach tor’ te hae heqa en- % in full force just in time to meet the
is i = oi toate j d aching back—look to Galt fr. Lyttelton replied: No part * ate a . re eet a ‘ :
i} esti tinuga, pga, as F| PON Sesion satan Soest, wae DD | ee ee Ton ee pire out atty EMERGENCY % CE AL m EA a RIUM >| needs of those who cannot avail themselves of the
| te resic 0 1h i _ have been relying on Dr. |ing. utstanding capital and in- repairs e “ ' % | < A Atay Jr
| | Cis Kilneyticer Pht ovr [tele was remedy. His Ma UH} engaged ins ame 08] © ENTBAL EMPORIO % |} clectricity supply in the near future,
t A ag , “s Gov i 9. ’ es an ena a 7 > :
| a || "Give your tystem a chance to, work ye OO TT oe. that particuJar afternoon, y , (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets) $ These machines are for operation on kerosene oil,
a iceciatet proper? Always k Dr. Chase's a y ;
; ed prop Ce a Pills hardiessaneciati ‘ 960665 | (i) natural gas or electricity, and are available in 44 cub.



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RACING RESULTS

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AT THE GARRISON SAVANNAH, MARCH 6, 1952 First Time DEMOCRATIC CLUB
TRACK: Firm WEATHER: Fine ' '
LONDON, Feb. 22. 4 . >
a MRS. KAE GRANT of Montreal, 3rd & LAST ROUND
10th Race: CASTLE GRANT HANDICAP—Class D and Lower— the Canadian Badminton cham- until August
$800 ($265, $135, $45)—5'. Furlongs pion, is to compete for the first
time in the all-England champion- Roll up to-night at
ships at Earls Court, March 19—22.
1. MARY ANN 132 Ibs.... Mr, F. E. C. Bethell. Mrs. Grant, a strong all-court 6 o'clock
Jockey Yvonet hard-hitting player, hopes to emu- r
2. APOLLO 110 + 3 Ibs . Miss K. C. Hawkins, late the performance of her fel- THE USUAL DOINGS
Jockey P. Fletcher low country-woman Mrs. W. R.
3. DUNQUERQUE 107 Ibs.. Hon, J, D. Chandler Walton, who won the title in 1939. Ernest Proctor takes this
Jockey Crossley. opportunity of thanking his
TIME: 1078 Pari Mutuel: Win: $4.74. Place: $2.46, $4.80. ALLEYNE ARTHUR man} tfideods (it Barbados
ORECAST: $56.04. Trinidad, Gr a 3 ;
ALSO RAN: Usher (12zZ Ibs, Quested), Colleton (111 4 Ibs BLAT MARTIN DOORLY Saat a
O'Neil) their general support during
START: Good. FINISH: Easy. | length. % length. AN Allenye Arthur team rae eee
WINNER: 5-yr-old br.m. O.T.C.-Flash defeated a Martin Doorly team at ane “omperney. Speeneere.

TRAINER: Owner.

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1lth Race: MAIDEN HANDICAP—Class C and C2—$800



($265, $135, $50)—7'~ Furlongs





1. FRENCH FLUTTER 107 lbs. Dr. A .L. Godard, Jockey Thirkell



FLIBUXCE (Fred Thirkell up) leads the field as they round the topbend for the first time in the fifteenth race—the Spring Handicap.

2. CASTLE IN THE AIR 123 Ibs. Mr. J. R. Edwards. Jockey Holder
3. MAGIC GAYE 113 Ibs. Mr. M. E. R, Bourne,
Jockey Quested
TIME: 1.35. Pari Mutuel: Win. 09.78. Place: $1.72, $1.24, $1.38.
FORECAST: $16.32. Lunways lying second on the rails won the race
ALSO RAN: The Thing (101 4, Newman), Aim Low (128 Ibs.

Crossley), Mabouya (120 Ibs., ¥Yvonet), Darham Jane (109 Ibs.,
Belle), Test Match (109 1 lbs., Joseph), Fille D’ Iran (109 Ibs.

Lutchman) .
START: Good. FINISH fasy 14 lengths, 4
WINNER: 3-yr.-old ch.f. Etoile de Lyon-Devotee.
Goddard,

TRAINER: Mr. J. R

length.



12th Race: CREOLE HANDICAP—Class G and Lower—8500

($165, $80 and $40)—5'4 Furlongs

Results Of 2/7-
Field Sweep





1. GAVOTTE 123 Ibs. *- V. B. Cox Jockey Crossley.
2.{ TWINKLE 98 + 7 Ibs.. r. L. J. Sealy. Jockey Belle

| ROSETTE = 129 Ibs ..... Mr. C. Barnard. Jockey Holder. SECOND DAY
TIME: 1.09%. Pari Mutuel: Win: $17.80. Place: $2.46, $1.52, $1.18 a a
FORECAST: $37.44. TENTH RACE



Amount

ALSO RAN: Vonwise (96 8 Ibs., James), Blue Diamond (125 Ibs. ;
Lutchman), Diadem Gi (119 lbs., Joseph), Joan’s Star (110 lbs., 2nd
Quested), Billy Boy (121 lbs., P. Fletcher), Betsam (133 Ibs., %4
Newman). z











































START: GOOD. FINISH: Easy. i length, 2 lengths. "8 00 ch to holders of tickets Ne
WINNER: 7-yr.-old hb. br.M, O.T.C.-Marionette 1773, 17 1202, 1204, 1343, 1345, 0202,
TRAINER: Mr. P. B. Walker. 204 Dea coat
Prise Ticket Amount
13th Race: CHELSEA HANDICAP—Class F and Lower--$700 — })\, 1178
($235, $115, $40)—7'4 Furlongs ard 1370
_ 9 . 0 00
1. JOLLY MILLER 120 lbs, Mrs, Lyris Nyack. Jockey Holder ‘'h 10 00
2. SUNBEAM 110 Ibs. Mr. G. de Nobriga. Aid 0 00
Jockey Quested. ath 0 00
3. WATER BELL 118 lbs... Hon. J, D. Chandler. $5 00 ¢ a 71 eeaT
Jockey O’Neil = Ui = tan
TIME: 1.38}. Pari Mutuel: Win: $2.96. Place: $2.00, $4.40. ~ TWELFTH RACE
FORECAST: $38.88. Ticket Ameen’
ALSO RAN: Miss Friendship (128 lbs., Yvonet), Clementina (111 "oon ‘an 43
lbs., Thirkell) . oies 03 43
START: Good. FINISH: Close. Neck. Head 2530 67 81
WINNER; J7-yr.-old hb. bh, Mill End-Jolly Girl sth ‘ee
TRAINER: Mr. Norbeck Nyack ath ‘ota 1
sth 1393 10 00
14th Race: GARRISON HANDICAP—Closs B and Lower—$900 Se ad tor a { tickets Nos
($300, $150, $55) —5\% Furlongs 2° 2202, 3001, 3303, 0481, 0483, 2529
SS
fHIRTEENTH RACE
1. SWEET ROCKET 111 lbs,. Mr. R. E. Gill, Jockey Lutchman | Prize zene $308 66
2. YASMEEN 130 lbs....... 1] Mr. K. D. Bdwards. Ast ‘mem 200 7
Jockey Newman. 3rd SS
3. DEMURE 117 Ibs.......... Mr S. A. Walcott, Jockey O'Neil 10 00
ioe a 3008 (Record). Pari Mutuel: Win: $9.18. Place: $1.96, 8, o) each to holders of tickets No
FORECAST: $38.64 a ee
ALSO RAN: Pepper Wine (117 Ibs., Holder), Red Cheeks (127 lbs., . FOURTEENTH ACE amount
Fletcher), River Sprite (114 + 1 Ibs., Yvonet), Arunda (104 . 6 en $557 49
Ibs., Quested), Flying Dragon (109 Ibs., Thirkell) . and 38.38
START: ‘Good. ; Finish: Easy. 1 length. 1% lengths. 2d 79.64
WINNER: 4-yr.-old br.f. Canyonero-Irish Rock. br 0 00
TRAINER: Mr. J, B. Gill. ah 10 00
10
ith
3065 10 00
15th Race: SPRING HANDICAP—Class © and Lower—$800 35 00 cach to holders of, tickets Nos
$265, $135, $50)—9 Furlongs SE ee
FIFTEENTH RACE
et Amount
1, LUNWAYS 128 lbs......... Mr, K. D, Edwards. Jeckey Joseph 41" "0868 $522 07
8}. CapOM BOW 116 Ibe’... Sar. Barnard Jockos Vet tao 1¢
3. DASHING PRINCESS 121 lbs Mr. R. E. Gill, Jockey Lutchman 2rd 74 58
FORECAST. “77 ag Mutual: Win: $7.32. Place: $2.48, $1.52, $1.46 Sih ae
; ; cae a 1906 0 00
ALSO RAN: Flieuxce (123 lbs., Thirkell), Tiberian Lady (113 + 2 1 1918 10 00
Ibs., Yvonet), Topsy (115 Ibs, Newman), Doldrum (128 Ibs., °% holders of tickets N
snag’), Watereréss (116 Ibs., O'Neil) . ot Ss 00 ao’ 1562, 1864, 0558, 0560,
f : Good. FINISH: Easy. 2 le 5, % le gad
WINNER: 4-yr.-old b.f. Kinkewagebyndye aati anaar ara SIXTEENTH RAGE count
TRAINER: Owner. i wee? $509 64
8 291 23
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16th Race: BRIDGETOWN HANDICAP—Olass F and Lower si00 3
$235, $115, $40) —5'4 Furlongs Sth
6th 10 t
Tth 0
i CAVALIORâ„¢ 118 Yee... ,-. Mr. Barney eg oth 3015 10
2. FIRST ADMIRAL 126 its... Mr. F. EG Bethe egret a eile ‘of tickets N
3. CA . 122 Ibs Mr son DOCKeY. Yvonet, 1810, 1571, ess. Of. Ae
RDINAL 122 Ibs.. Mr. J. W. C€ handler. ore SEVENTEENTH BRACE
ocke ste e moun
TIME ; 1.09}. . PARI MUTUEL : Win ; 32.46; Place : $1.16 S154 ea UT” “on. :
FORECAST : $18.09. , ee and :
aie ‘ . ard ei
ALSO RAN : Apronusk (112 + 11bs, Fletcher); May Day (110 + 1 th we
Ibs, Newman); Seedling (115 Ibs, Lutchman): Rambler Rose 10
(114 Ibs, O'Neil); March Winds (118 tbs. Joseph); Caprice 7 10
, (107 + 1 ts, Belle) ; N35 00 each to holders of tickets Ne
i reel : Good. FINISH : Close; Head, Head. 5575 OT, OO, OE On
WINNER : 2 yr. old b.g. Burning Bow-Chivalry, re

TRAINER : Hon.

V. C. Gale, CRICKET BOARD SEC.,

PRESIDENT TO RESIGN
KINGSTON, Mar, 6,

Nunes, President of t

Indies Cricket Board

ee
17th Race: B.T.C. HANDICAP—-Class A and B—S1,000 ($335, $165,
$60)—-9 Furlongs

ne eee

Karl

West af

3 ; t Donald Lacy, Seer

1. FUSS BUDGET 106 Ibs Mr, C. A, Peirce ec nigghalbiggonel i mage positio
2 . . Jockey Lutchman at the meeting of the Board
eee eS ts: An eA ee , Gioceenen . British Guiene or
3. REBATE 123 lbs.. Mr. M. E.R ae Yvonet April pew held office for
’ b : 1.544 T Jockey Quested DS ah,
TIME : 1.544. PARI MUTUEL : Win : $12.00: Plac e nies f

bali 5 4 oF 2.00; ace : $2.90, $1.60, D i

oe Woeoeen eS v, ST. MICHAEL'S MEE

OLYMPIA TO-DAY
TODAY St Michael’s Girls’
«will meet Olympia at the Nighten-

ALSO RAN ; Embers (103 +. 7 ts, Newman); Notonite (128 tWs.,
Fletcher); Land Mark (125 ths, Holder): Slainte (108 Ibs,

Belle); Gun Site (121 ms, Joseph). gale Home, Black Rock, at 4.45
START : Good. FINISH : Easy; 2 lengths, % length, P+ in the last match of the
WINNESR : 4 yr. old br.f, Bobsleigh-Palm Rily, TRAINER :; Mr, ‘St half of the netball season

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Quested challenged and took over
the premier position.
There was a ding dong tussle

@ From Page 1

soon running at second place

on the rail while Apollo kept the coming up the straight and Jolly
lead. Miller who was then in the

Coming down the /home stretch, fourth position came _ through
Mary Ann moved into the lead with a driving finish to win by
to win from Apollo by one length. a neck from Sunbeam, who beat
Apollo ended ‘% length ahead of Waterbell- into second position
Dunqueraue who ran third. by a head.

ELEVENTH RACE

FOURTEENTH RACE
Maiden Stakes

; Garrison Handicap
nl

event was Tun over seven Three horses having been
ind a half furlongs. There was scratched, a field of eight bunched
a field of nine with The Thing at the start but Sweet Rocket,
(Newman up) and Test Match (Lutchman up) was soon in the
piloted by Joseph carrying 4 lbs lead. Yasmeen, ridden by New-
and llb overweight respectively. man was second and Demure

The field got off to a good start

with O’Neil up was third.
nd when they passed the stands

Right around the track to the



the first time, French Flutter home stretch the three front
was leading with Darham Jane horses kept their positions. But
and Test Match running into on entering the home stretch
second and third places resp€t~ there was a tussle between them,
tively Sweet Rocket however kept
They strung out by the five the lead to win confortably from
furlong pole with French Flutter Yasmeen by one length. Demure
nicely ridden by Thirkell € com- ran third, 1% lengths behind
” length ahead Yasmeen. Sweet Rocket did it
» were some exchanges by jn 1.062 secs, to clip the record
the four furlong pole when for “B” Class horses held by
Castle in the Air moved up W° Harrowe xy £ Sec
econd position, but French Flut+ Pee by 4 ee.
’ never yielded ground. FIFTEENTH RACE
1 Gave made a bid com-

Spring Handicap

ing around the clock, When the Tiberian Lady carried two Ibs
an Lads t °

field reached the bend it was os . ;
tilt French Flutter who reaed overweight in this event which
up the home stretch to win “5 run over nine furlongs with
easily by a length and a_ half © field of eight. Lunways (Joseph
f Castle in the Air, Magic UP) got off first and was quickly
Gaye was third half of a length followed by Dashing Princess,
behind Castle in the Air, Coming around the baad, Flieuxce
ridden by Thirkell took over and
TWELFTH RACE was still leading when the field
Creole Handicap passed the stands for the first
Running over five and one half time, Doldrum was second and
furlongs, Gavotte ridden by Dashing (Princess, third. Cross
Crossley, thrilled spectators as Pow piloted by Holder was bring-

she performed beautifully to win ing up the rear.

the race by one length from The field strung out by the
Twinkle and Rosette who were five furlong with Flieuxce still in
tied for second place. the lead but on nearing the four
Nine horses started in the race furlong pole, Holder who had
with only one scratched Von- begun to push Cross Bow, moved
wise (James up) and Twinkle up to the third position, There
(Belle up) carried eight and \ere some exchanges as the field

seven pounds overweight.

raced up to the two furlong pole.
A good start and Rosette pilot- £ pol

Lunways then made a bid and

ed by aaa Saeeees _into ‘he con lead the field to race home
ead with ravotte running @ an easy winner by two lengths.
aa the field neared the four , hath chad ot Dashing Pri aan
furlong pole, Twinkle challenged Sn ahend from the middle and, passing on S :
outside, she moved up to run arene RACE

tete-a-tete with Rosette. Around " ri getown Handicap
the bend there was a tussle be- Cardinal with (Quested up)
ween them for first place but moved into the lead from the
neither seemed to concede ‘tart with Lutchman holding Seed-
round. to the other Ing in second place and O’Neil

Then came the surprise. Gav- Piloting Rambler Rose in third
otte who wa following them place, The field strung out and
‘round the bend and for some kept positions until they neared
time on the home stretch made the home stretch when March

bold bid to overtake them as Winds, ridden by Joseph, challeng-
they neared the Grand Stanéd. _ed for second place,
Gavotte wa uceessful while However, Cavalier (Holder up)
Twinkle and Rosette kept their and First Admiral (Yvonet up)
ead-to-head tussle to the end. came into the picture when they

THIRTEENTH RACE entered the home stretch, Cava-

lier, running on the inside, moved
up steadily from mid-field closely
followed by First Admiral,

Chelsea Handicap

Chis was the second 74% for the

o eo fielded five entrants, There was a kee n_ tussle
As the yates flew Thirke 7 : :
pushe d Cietenhite ‘ or oe and Cavalier “ett ot he rails ran
end was in that position when ns lenge yy ae
the field past the Stands for the Cardi Steal nied . ye ob meee
first time, Sunbeam was lying ertoinal was third a need behin
second with Jolly Miller third. First Admiral.

Clementina moved away from = 1 ~ nt
the field and was abut son SEVENTEENTH RACE

lengths ahead after
the five furlong pole.

B.T.C, Handicap

they passed a
Eight horses faced the starter

On reach-



ing the four furlong pole the in this event the last for the day
field caught up with Clementina Which was run over nine furlongs
ind the filly, although keeping Embers carried seven Ibs. over-
he lead up to the two furlong, weight.

then an to fade out of the As the gates flew, Lutchman
icture Sunbeam piloted by pushed Fuss Budget to the fore







and was followed by Notonite,
Embers and Rebate. This was, the
order when they passed the
stands for the first time.

Fuss Budget quickly moved
away from the field and was some
lengths ahead, mid-way between
the five and four furlong poles
but the gap was soon lessened
when Fire Lady moved up and
was a close second by the three
furlong pole.

Fuss Budget in the meantime
was not to be overcome and kept
the premier position all the way
followed by Fire Lady. Rebate
then came into the picture as the
field turned the bend for the
home stretch, but it was stil!
Fuss Budget who raced up the
home stretch a_ comfortable
winner by two lengths ahead of
Fire Lady who was second a
length in front of Rebate.





WEATHER REPORT

YESTERDAY

Rainfall from Codrington:
01 inch

Total Raimfall for menth to
date: .30 inch

Highest Temperature:
85.5°F.

Lowest Temperature:
66.0°F,

Wind Velocity: 5 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.888

TO-DAY

Sunrise: 6.20 a.m.

Sunset; 6.10 p.m,

Moon: First Quarter,
March 2

Lighting; 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 4.30 a.m.,
p.m.

Low Tide:
p.m,

29.979

1.07

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WHAT’S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions
10.00 a.m.

Football: Div. I—Spartan vs.
Harr. College at 5.00 p.m.
at Kensington

Div. IlI—Empire vs. Ever-
ton, Queen’s Park at 5.00

at

p.m.

Div. III—Lodge vs. College
at Lodge and Regiment
vs. Foundation Old Boys
at the Garrison at 5.00

p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Nightengale
Home—7.30 p.m. °
Police Band at Hastings
Rocks at 8.00 pm.





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Kensington this afternoon in
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These teams are level on
points having each played
three fixtures, winning one,
drawing one and losing one.

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won many admirers with
their commendable position-
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PAGE EIGBT BARHADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY MARCH 7. IS2 RACING RESULTS AT THE GARRISON 1AVANNAB M \K< 11 ... i52 TRACK Firm WEATHER f I IAkl\4. Till-: l-'IIIKT IH.Ml \I I I (IRANI II \Mlli W SM0 l$M5. II3S. ilil-V I U— II Jiid 1. MARY ANN 132 lbs Mr F K C Bethel I. Jocke 2 APOLLO 110 3 lb. . Mm K C. Hawkins. Jock) I. DUNQUERQUE lOt lbs Hun J D. Chandler %  TIME !.07| n St 74 Place *J. S4.M FORECAST: $50.04. %  \l-SO RAN; Uilwr (IU lbs, WuesUd). Collctot. (Ml START 0 FINISH Efl i length hi Unsth W1NNH 0 T.C -Flash EH Owim 11th RJCC: MAIIHN HANDICAP—CU v. t JIHI VI— SIM ISJii*. MSB. %  >•— 7". Furloag* 1. FRENCH FLUTTER 107 1b*. D/ A L Oodard. Jockey Thiikell 2. CASTLE IN THE AIR 123 lbs Mr .1 I. 3. MAGIC GAVE 113 lbs Mr. M E R Bourne. Q .. %  TIME 135. Purl Mulutl Win 09 78 PU Jl .72. $1.24, 1 38 FORK'AST: $16 32 ALSO RAN. The Thing (101 -.4, Newman). Aim Low (128 lbs. Crossley). Mabou>. (120 lbs,. Yvonet). Darham Jane HOB lb* Tct Match ihey round the top bend for the flmt Urns in the fifteenth Spring Handicap. "Sweet Rocket" Sets New Record WINNER TRAINER 3-yr-old ch f Etoile de Lyoo-1 Goddard. H J. R I PI Oil IIAMHt \r— < la (i and l.f.wrr—U0O ISTs*. S* and "••)— 5' • FUHOMSH 1. GAVOTTE 123 Ibf 2 1 TWINKLE M | 7 lb*. I ROSETTE 129 lbs TIME: i oi'.Par! FORECAST $37 44 AI .SO HANVon wise (96 W Ml \ I %  (-rcnujty. Mr. L. J. Seoly. J< i Mr. C. Barnard. Joefci %  Roldei :.: $17 80 Place $2.46. SI "2. $1 1H ReadU Of 2'FUdd (Sweep SECOND DAY at From Pare I Vuested challenged and look over .md was followed b> Notonite. Ihe premiei p> Embers and Rebate This was Ui win soon runnmu at aacond place There was % %  ding dong tussle order when they passed the l Apollo kept the coming uj> the :uiglit and Jo'ly stands for the Ilrst time. Miller uhr> was then in the. tnteh, fourth position rame through Fuss Budget quickly moved UM II I th a driving finish to win by away from the Held and was som? from VpoUo by i-nc length, a rrtcft from Sunbeam whn bent IcnRth* ahead, mid-way txrlwecii [th ahead of WatarbtU position the five and four furlong pole ERNIE'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB 3rd k LAST ROUND until August Roll up to-night at 6 o'clock THE USUAL DOINGS t Proctor lakes this opportunity of thanking his i many Mends In Barbados. Trinidad. Grenada and St. j Vincent and elsewhere for %  their general support during his temporary breakdown Pip! Pip' %  ...i. Jan Lutehmani. Diadem Gi (119 lbs.. Joseph). JoarA Stag inn n Quested), Billy Boj (121 lbs.. P. Fletcher!, lletsam (132 lbs v imgnj. START GOOD FINISH Easy. ; length 2 lenglhi. WINNER 7-yr.-old hb. br.M O.T.C -Marionette TRAINER Mr I' It W.dkrr Uth Kae, CHELSEV II \NOIC AF Cla*. F and Lower S100 ($235. $115. $46)—7'. FarUngs dird. r.l.rVI NTH RACK M iosil .i ill the way (cllowed by Fire Lady. Rebate the Held turned the bend for the track to tho hom* 1 stretch, but it was still three fn.nl *" %  ^dg-t Who raced Up the I. JOLLY MILLER 1^0 Ibj Mrs I si NHEAM 110 lbs Mr WATER HELL MR lbs ll<. Lyrls Nyack. Jockc> Roldfl G. de Nobnga Jotkev !,':.. J. D. Chandler Jorkev ( >'N' il S2 96 Plate: $2.00. $4.40 TIME 1 38J Pari Mnluel: Wii \ST $38 88 ALSO RAN Miss Friendship (128 lbs., Yvonct). Clement IbS-.Thirkell) START; Good. FINISH (lose Neck. He.id WINNER: 7-yr -old hb. hta. Mill End-Jolly Girl TRAINER Mr Norbcck Nvaik GARRISON II Wuii \1 (SSM. $isa. $:.si—5' CLw. B and l^.wer—$S0 FurUngs % %  MM 1"I. JSSS. 0W1. OWS. 3B3* 1 SWEET ROCKET 111 lbs.. Mr. II E. GUI Jockcv Lulchman 2. YASMEEN 130 lbs Mr. K D. Edwards. .. Jockey Nawnuu £,,'i KMt,RE 'J. 7 ,ba Mr S A Walcott Jockey O Neil TIME I.MJ (Record). Pari Mutuel: Win: $9 18 Place: $1.96. $1.62. $204. FORECAST: 538 64 ALSO RAN Pepper Wine (117 lbs.. Holder), Red Cheeks (127 lbs. Flelcher). River Sprite (114 r 1 lbs. Yvonel), Ariinda (104 4. 6 lbs., Quested). Flying Dragon (109 lbs, Thlrkcll). S65Xv, G ood !" Ea *y > ^tiglh. m lengths. WINNER 4-yi -o|, ( br.f. Canyonero-IrUh RocF TRAINER: Mr. J. It GUI. ISlh Kacr; SPRING HANDICAP— CIAM ( and l^wrr—$800 $?•>. $IJ-.. 50>—a Furlong, L LUNWAYS 128 Nw ,, Mr K. D Edward' Jackev Joscnh 2. CROSS HOW 118 lbs Mr. C Barnard Jorkev Holder T f M D r ASF ,, ^i PII i WP s5" 2 b uV Mr R E 'H Joek^utcKm LM4... Pan Mutual: Win $7 32. PL... $2 48. $1 52, $146 imttn sin ..kMd to wu eonlurtabb from i Flutter Yasmecn by one length. Demure I. IVJ length, i-ehind ItUi ahead ,.., %  lll( it 57S ,v in 1.061 (.ecs. to clip the record furlong i" %  whtn ftr H" CUM horses held by 'P '" H.irroween by 1 sec, ItJon. but French Fluti.lded ground. PlVTBENTH RACK „ h) I ; ..„, i ", over nine furlongs with i.eld of emht Lunways (Joseph Magic n) t l on flrst and was quickly length '""owed by Dashing Princess, Corning around the bojftd. Flleuxce ridden by Thnkrll took over and TWELFTH RACE %  s S,|M leading when the field ( reolr H.inilieaa) Pf" the stands for the first Runnlm .1 one half <>•"? %  "'drum was second and ,„ furlong ridden b) third. Cross •SOT w Crosslev. thrilled spectators as '" %  '• I" 1 ''• ,1 by Holder was bringaisaj to Wil ",c up the rear. •* th" Lngth fnwn The field strung out by the looo Twinkle %  v."' *• furlong with Flleuxce still in the lead but on nearing the four io M Nlne horses started in the rate lurlong pole. Holder who had •vlth only one Vonl.tgun to push Cross Bow, moved wiat (James up) and Twinkle ,p to the third position Then* ind .,,,. nnw exeiiinges as the field pounds overA, ,., ,.,, ,,. th two furlong pole. 'lunways then made a bid and WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY li.uol.ll ii,..,, (odnngtoii: .01 inch ToUl lti.oi.li for mcnlh to date: .30 uirh llighral Temperature: 85.$ W. I.MHI-,1 Temperature: 66.0 F. Wind Velocity: ". miles per haur It i t. illirlr | (9 g.| <3 |. in i 29.888 TO-DAY Sunrise: 6.26 a.m. Sunset: 6.10 p.m. Moon: Pint ijunt.-i March 2 Lighting: 6.30 p.m. Iluth Tide: 4 30 *.m p-mt^w Tide: 7.49 p.m., •9.979 1.07 H '*. u FORECAST $77 28 ALSO RAN. Flleuxce (123 lbs.. Thlrjtelh. Tlbartan Ijidv (112 42 " ^ > "li;" ,0 ?. > • TopSV ,M5 ,bs **'""">. Doldrun, (128 lbs. •* Quested). Watercress (116 lbs. ONclD Jl w T lNNRr ( 'Tt „.-. Vi FIN, ? H Easy. 2 lengths, mength. mi Kim* •_"'' oW b K,n w ay-Lundy. TRAINER Owner. MN M 3ol 1400 33U tm %  tec %  6th Race: HEIIH.F/TOHN IIANDH'AF-€Usa F and U.wer-$76. S22S. IflS, gigj—si, Fartonga 2. AVALIEti 118 lb.. MUST ADMIRAL 126 lbs W %  C. Barnard Jockay Holder W I C Het|,eM %  .j.w.o, i Jocki) I 2.48; pi j.d 3 CARDINAL 122 lbs TJMK : 1.091. PARI Ml'TIKl. FORECAST $18.09. ALSO RAN Aprouusk (112 Mb,. Klet.b, i; M.^ |, (l ,,1,1 I 1 lbs .Newman t; Seedling (US fta, Lutcliman, |{.r,,l.l.r 1; .III Bg '.N...1K ManH Winds (118 KM, .1 tpl . i (107 • I lbs. Hi II, ) v T ^v T ,. r 'T' r,NISM W...\M, ft. uid h i; BuxrUug Bow-ChiYaln IHAIMK M V. C. G.I. 1 vtn MIA .,,, sn.s.o 0A< i i,'.i ail* *•> MM tm SM MM vw 09*1 %  %  Into tha unnlng .i %  UM HWi \ i. %  d issle bo%  neither uaowd Io %  Then eainr Uh (oil, 1 und the liend and foi %  bold 1 %  ful while % %  k> Ihe end llllhll (Mil ItAiK """>' •'%  tot tta ,,,,1,^, f^ y nr,, Aa mll H 11 B0 IJT • 11* Race: U.TC HANDICAP-4Ua. \ and B-SLOtt .gagg. lv S8Q*--9 Furlongs I. FUSS BUDGET 106 lbs tfj I. FIRE LADY 109 lbs Mr .1. REBATE 123 lbs Ml TIMS C I Pi JOCke] I.uleliieaiL s A B J rvOMt M i 1! Bo n la.. PARI MITIU. Wm %  $12.1,1. ,-| ,.' 52.36. FORECAST : $16.84. ALSO RAN Embers (Iu3 j 7 ll„. Ncumanl. HotOOiti (128 lbs Ftetche,,: Land Mark .125 lbs. Holder): :-. „... will nnvl Olyn,,.... at the Night Hfllel; Gnil Site <|fl It Joseph). I START : Good. FINISH I "'. i" the last match Of the ___ ^ *a$fl[ -0. CRICKET BOARD SEC PRESIDENT TO RESIGN K1NQ8TQN, Mar. 0. K.ui Nunea PrMldtnl of Wm Indk id Donald Lacy, Bo Georgetown BrtUah Guiana ot> April 16. Iferth held ui'.' years.^alCr^ ST. MICHAEL'S MEEl OLYMPIA TO-DAY rODAV SI Bva intrants. v gal rnlrkeJl to the foic and was In that poattwn wbaf) llrst tune. Sum, %  .; %  Mood with Joli) M ill. i thud. Clenwn iwas from the gboi| tour i ngUM ihagd kftaj Ibwj p,.^ i .i iOO| i-ni On n ing thfour furlong pole the l caught up with Clementina %  n> although keeping furlong, I 'air pUoud by eon lead the Held to race home in easy winner by two lengths. •--.* B'w was MVflnd half of %  length ahead of Dashing Princess. SiXTF.HNTH RACE l!i ui % % %  !,, v, ri llandicnp Cardinal with (Quested up) moved int.) the lead from the : tart with Lulchman holding SeedI ng in second place and CNeil doling Rambler Rose In third then P'ceThe Held strung out and kept posiUons until they neared thai home stretch when March %  Vinds, ridden by Joseph, i hallengi d for second place. However, Cavalier (Holder up) and Tlrsl Admiral (Yvonet up) came Into the picture when they entered the home stretch. Cavalier, running on the inside, moved i-pi steadily from mid-tield closely WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Grand Session* at 10.00 a ru. Football: Dlv. I Apart .MI VS. Harr. College at 0.00 p.m %  t Kensington Dlv II Empire w Ever ton. Queen's Park at fi.OO p.m. Dlv. Ill Lodge w College St Lodge and Regiment vs. Foundation Old Boyat tha Osrrion at f.00 p.m. Mobile Cinema, Nightengale Home—7.30 p.m. Police Band at H.>-'m h Bocks at B-Oii pm. There was a keen lussU ;.nd Cavalier still on the rails ran home first leading First Admlr.d In second place by a head. Cardinal was third %  head behind First Admiral. si VI NTKKNTII RACE I'. I t Handicap Eight horses faced the starter in this event the last for the day which was tun over nine furlongs Embeis earned seven lbs. over..ei^nt. As the gates flew. Lutchman l ashed Fusa Budget to the fore Sports Window SPARTAN meet College at %  • % %  %  In a First Division Bxtt These teams arc level on points having each played Ihiee lUturc.. winning one. drawing one and losing one. The College team have WOn many "mortis with their commendable positional pla> and Spartan, champions for the past three consecutive seasons have their own following The name should be %  gixid OB*. They'll Do It Every Time .—— By Jinuiiv Hallo KET SEATED NCE MO amofna F IN A PLANE, PED| NQ ONeS^25sf I o tW THE RAT LAW K FRONT •nus a*c< HK^ +>£> ST/-BS YOU BVERy TIME — WHEN TAILORING IS THE SUBJECT OF CONVERSATION MAFFEI & CO. LTD. ARE THE TOP SCORERS LADIES' & GENTS' OUTFITTERS TROPICAL SUITINGS. LINENS. FANCY TWEEDS. SHIRTS. Etc. 2787 Cotton Prints A l.tni'K Variety 'M" wide I'er Yard only 75c. B1.UK CHA.MRRAV For Nurws' Lnifurnis ,-Ir. %  J2" wide Per Yard 81c. IMITATION LINEN 36" wide. Per Yard $1.18 & $1.20 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET COOL SPRING in tht North!— will demand a return to warmer clothing at vacation end. We have a selection of the lines! Woollens loomed in England, as well as glorious Cashmere Pullovers from .Scotland. light weight Tweeds and crisp Worsted Suitings for both Ladies and Men. The quality of this branded stock is unquestioned and it is our Sales Policy to combine this high quality with excellent value. CB. Bice* It Co. fe A >I< irliani Tuilork of Kollon Inn, I. II h,-r,T.r th* V.....Z RED HAND PAINTS FOB KOYIDF HI l.MHI IPROTECTION FOR KXTERIORS AM) HIGH-CLASH DECORATION INTERIORS We have received New Stocks of -. SPECIAL HOUSE PAINTS Grey, Dark Grey. Oak Brown, Barbados Light and Dark Stone. W ENAMEL FINISH PAINTS Cream, Tulip Green, White. MATINTO FLAT PAINTS Cream & Green. CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS Bright Bed. Grey. Mid. Green. HARD (.LOSS PERMANENT GREEN with Grey undercoatlng. PAINT REMOVER for the easy removal of old paint. hone 1267. 4456 I WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD. NEXT WEEK IS MARGARINE WEEK USE MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE AND GLOW SPREAD TABLE MARGARINE AND SEE HOW MANY $ $ $ $ YOU CAN SAVE


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1 Kill U MAI1I II B.\KH\IM)S ADVOCATE PACK FIVR HOUSE END CONSIDERATION OF ESTIMATES $10,189,605 Voted For Govt. Services j\FTER three consecutive sessions, two of which lasted for ten and a half hours, the House of Assembly this morning at 12.40 o'clock completed consideration of the 1952 -S3 Colonial Estimates and later passed Resolutions under the various Heads authorising the expenditure of $10,189,605 for Government Services. The House was adjourned until next Tuesday at 3 p.m., when they will deal with the Appropriation Bill. When the House had been in session for just over two hours lasl night, the strain of the previous two nishts beeame apparent as members lounger) tiredly in their seats. It is the first time on record that consideration of the Colonial Estimates was concluded in the House of Assembly m three sessions. SPORTS RO(J\D-UP He had dlMUlMd Uw mMlir Vttli on Ilrm 25. Unntdbliahcl BUil u iboul r .: uad ahould Instruct iho Housmi ihe Colonial Office and had aakfri wild ttiat thi 'h-i wi rcfrattabai thai Iw i Bout) U Iho Senior Mrmber for St Thorna. ujfacttan anMtia %  %  1IU | *..n, Uutenant* thai U nut to raiw the point at lb* ROOM ttafl HO (Hi th.it inim kUer i malUi and n o t h i n g had been im-v did not appreciate the amen, • .— ..,.,,..-..-,. ;* he had intended diacusainf it divert betid -hould *tvup th A •WASUHIMEhT n m V*t He had to aound a word of -...,H nUUon Mr K D. JUltle.K). ,H.-i %  'X* SccS^S^' ^ Kv^ H.K however and sat he hoped he ,„-,m rt i,> him am. i warn ,m Xo ,lrm *'• "•i 0 * -* U _, ""ftonarvhy. the Nr %  the Colonial Office would nac.l lot t>( perauamion over the Evu Ha In Ondt d i>> praaa .1* muih i,.-.ii>!<' tbjal • h*,i levn dOH* Me u*lml 0*rernmenl to look into the ma'.n. Mr Bryan also agreed wlt>> Mr l Brancfcar "'i th. ish Road*. He aald lb*f U nt Mjitfiiui ami ihtn vphha 1 death*. >"•• The Headi paved yesterda* Wlre I: %  Duties — S207.1OO Labouf Dit> I $131,005. Depart meat -i Hlghwayi and Transport $745* %  Airport $40,275, Electrical Inipac .n53. Housing Board 129.122; Peasants' Ixwn Bank 93 ,4uo; Old Adc Pensions (495.000: Water Works $6IB.9V; Social Welfare JM.038; Controls. Subsidies etc.. ff 145.363. Seawell I'liintatioii 39,962; Qontribulion* fro.11 Revenue $250,000 CAPITAI. HXPENOm Rt. PubiuBuildings $iw:t 111 11 u 1^ MM A i Re,,.*. $12B,*tt8 Wati 1 Supplies $347,000; I-oans $140,000. kftOOUi $158,520. SPECIAL I \l-l Mill 1 I;I — I TOStM > ., %  $1.00 C. D. AW $156,040. Total Expenditure $10,189,605. Meeting shortly after 7 o'clock yesterday, the House passed the remaining 13 Heads of Part 1 of the Estimates, (Rocuirent Expenditure!, and went on to dlsCUSSj BDd lomplrte their consideration of the Capital Eatj nati for which they voted $1,227.83:. Head XXXIncome Tag and Death Duties was the Urn Head which came up for consideration yesterday. Under this Head. Mr. O T. Allder isised the question of illegitimate* being left out in the calculation of a man's income tax. He said that there was a general cry ag dull the principle of not giving allowan e for illegitimate children A father was impelled to puv before the cuurt 1an 1llegitim.1i,. child until the child reached 14, yet when income tax was being computed. no allowance was given for such a child. Two hundred and seven thousand, one hundred dollars was eventually passed under thr* head. I/tUiur I % %  -lit The next head ana thr Labour Department XXXI for which $19,803 was to be voted. Mr. J. E. T. Bra ticker observed that Ihe amount ("i >cmuncratlon to ihe Wifjw Board I UM .!.., k-qiiute ,md Mid that it should be increased. He next spoke on the item, Cane Weighing Inspector. He said that that was a very valuable head. The amount to be voted for that Item was the same as last year and as it was greatly to the Interest of the i>e .sants to have weighing machines inspected, he hoped there would be no reduction in the amount of Inspection. Ha -..id that not long ago there had been an Instance of somaajM sending cane to a factory and it was subsequently found out that the cane weinnei had tricked the person ami did not giv him Ihe adequate am unt. Whenever mioiki occurred, they were in favour of the per* n weighing. Thmore v gilant, irequent and inspection* were made, the hi ppier ha would be. He added that they would have been no heai'atio-i at all In voting more under that item Mr. I.. \. William* (I.) ..,1 'hat he hai been often questioned as to emaration to the United Stales of AmericH and he wanted ta know what Government was d Ing about it Mr. J. t. Moitley (C) called Qoawnowni %  attemion to what ha Utra.etl the grave dissatlsfactioi among the returning emigramfiom America in respect of the money due to them. He *uld th .t many complaints had been made lo him. Some had returned some MX or eight months and when .hey went to the I-abour Departmen'. they could get no information He queried the dutaH of %  junior Labour Officer and said he wondered whether he had to see periodically whether rvcrslintv; was working well or w. it until a complaint came. In that resiwtt. lie said he would draw to Clov%  ttentlon thnt thara wi ;ion among the worker at Harrow plnntition. Mr. Y. B. V-ughn (Ii said th.' the same way there was a ca weighing inspector. tSey ib/Hild ; Inspectors to Insssacl in other industries. Nol Knough Speaking on the question uf unemployment and emigration, Mr. E. D. MeUley asJd that he w, s vary giad to nee that, as had been dune during the past few raaga, Government was still putting! ID an appreciable sum to deal with the question of emigration But that was not enough., he said. It should be found out whcth> 1 some |>eople could settle perm;.nently in some countries. There should be a conference held here, as had been suggested by Ihe Senior Member for St. Thomar, and the question gone into so that the Colonial Officer would know •ion and -lews. They read that in British Hondurastherewas land being sotd for ncxt-kln-lo nothing and one could not help wondering whether people could not be sent to such a place. He was hoping that Government would use ;>ll 1' influence during the coming year not only on American scheme"., but other plaOM directly undr the OOntrO] Of the Hrdi-' I %  ment. He said he was of the opinion that the Leader of th" House had more Influence with the Colonial '*ffice ttvn any other West Indian f aiaiBli and he hoped he would usth-t office. He h'iw-d thai wh*fl h'eft the island as he was doing s'-ort'v. be would be thinkuiH always in terms of emigration and see what he could do to get away some of the j/eople. Replying Mr. Adams said he had made arranjcment for Home UW> that mallei when he left ,.r %  nlgrallon with Hi itish Hondina^ or British Guian.i throughout ihe land and if they should be re-omsidrred. At the %  l i|]d u-t them, (the could aat N <;iti id •*.. if < 1 know that ( ii IXJ 1 told 'hem IMl ,,, , ; '""" %  •• %  •""•""•"-"• %  .,e.ouu %  „> ,"';,:. I„,p..odtowe]con>eemiW1 > • nd Transport will suffer -. .... IsdDOiaazat rewll ol certain reaigii-t.. I gaaa gj that when the Department had u 1, .. ., .. %  *'"" "iituiialc enough m seeurHe aaht that pr*etk-ll> every m< ine W rviees of a fell. country in the world whom Indian, who was uruinilv quoHthc> had approarhrd ith Ihe „„, ITU who h„ ao^ S(|l h EJJ, I osalblr rxcepllon of Ores!; work ,„ lnr lllfc ldi an() ,„ lhln Rrltaln. put fort* .ml-. aom rrason why they could Ijkr ii (ll \f\ ,. %  ometfalni nobtsd> Canada. the I nited hrUlMIII aHOUH k)0k int.. Stales, all af Ih-m h d made In dealing with I'aritli ltuads. hand: reason XIJ — Social Welfare — wen Mtonalrci have not agreed to without discussion hcen putting a. many bussM as I'nder Head XI.1I COntrual required to cater ho the pdMto ffabajditt, ,t, Mr. Matlly further an athkrta* 1 Playing again-t Pat nance of (election for HeUinki. vilehen .it the Beaufort Club, it .n,i a guarantee. In Britain. ondon. thi wet-g. he ihade a an ill trd on his rereek of 147 15 reds. 13 blacks -, %  1 foi ti-e whole seaaon. Hare Id all the colours. An lU i .liffeiN from the United r the Billiards Association and Suite*, where a special meeting ntrol Coun.-ll maagtirgd thi,> PULAHITV of weight 1 ning 111 trainn 1 et another sport I_itesl to are Bnii-h Oly I 4der of the world 100 metres nt.inK fur %  hurdle over in the pre-Olymplr figures that showed that" ompankai in the year easBBBaa, n ,,,1 had law on Ihrlr SUlu %  %  i iin-t nan-European. Into RraaU. th>ash thai 1 1 a M making $800 that they had in turn kwl hi. -er,>,., bus Taking into eonsldera^ome"measur.'".'ii re'lief andreducReplying |o Mr Moltley's ,,ues %  dapraewipl %  ...... p, (uMinuu. said that Grad. E flour was subsidised lo the ag hit thrrcfoiispile of certain increases, derreas* I profit on MOMOdttwe, made It difficult for shopkeepers to continue business He suggested that steps should lie taken to reduce the percentage %  %  *• onusn uurnpic atvuuj ..f profits received bv the O Peter Elliot. J,mmv "" fiXv w ,t hed Th7 Lawl mtstoon Agents, therihy pas,in• ^ott, and Ton, Tume, They T Vmd,%,npi^^^ :ldd to take action following the rtuctam leveliad ai m. i.ds in the I.AWN TENNIS WIMBLEDON M PI RES and Mm nf til.profits to shopkeepers in order to afford Han peelflc Mi. Talma said that if thaw arete final] bee* lo pursue thi> maitn furtgaM |h< aaajd lalitt wrmld_nnd th.it probably 20 years h. inago the same 182 miles of th. he nU that he be,,.„, )lf ,, w h biscuit fk~ ied needy should b $ l8 d0 per barrel and rice to the Whutield. lymph dhrtnaj lllu udgcs h „ Peter Ellmt. Jimmy carefuU? watch. Tumei Thes %  -"..II. 1 n Bnlam England -SwMen Davi* Cup Tim to ^aoptwalght-kfUng a, llli(lch J Sc-a.iwough least sumA. , ' h V *',"" T*l ""'' "hi waUh.nn will be done Americans, who t,.ok it up ,, y mcml( „, of th( Association ttiuiiiil. >ml a number of retired and an .. U U't after the wat ime ound it of great i.li.%  Mai THE bus stops, said that so far as tho could anoreh. in s-e lha studs wcrconierncd there were ga "xc?hent idea but in many thsed itUdg were placed in vary .iwkward positioiu weiero lha ituc: c.uld not see proper^)' wi'hout going bayood them. thereby committing a traffic offence. ^s regards bus stops, he said that many years ago it was promised that bus stops would he erected In the partih of St James. Nothing had been done. At pres1 : • .ii AII.ti that |>.ii ish arc .unYnnc fiom the lack of bus should be undertakvi Ptopi A drive, ought l>e forced would like to know ...tent of 7' cents per pint. Thampion, and joint hold< strange for a plaee like Hrasll roads ware under the rontiol ( in.mcy Hut U |KM bo On this InferrUtkM Mr Mottlev Ihe world half mile ICC.M.: which was %  colsstred rounir,. Ihe Depurtmeiii of Hlnhv.... -el t<> nutke all the money. ob.erwd thai the diffrrrnic in Every single avenue was bVffll Transport "What Is good lor !*J He hopc.i thai the Minister in BUbgldy in biscuit flom and fhl explored It was not that the years ago is certainly not good ff; charge of that portfolio would flom which went into thi homo Government wa unmindful of it. today." Because 20 vears age 'ake what he Said seriously It %  ,1. ho believed that if a Conservative H. & T. t/aa only responsible for * %  PUBtte and he hoped that vnv graal Hi wondered if an) Government were in power th % 132 miles of parish toad,1 did >leps would be uiun ,f this QlBCUlt flour was put Int. WOUld try their best. They h-.d nol mean thai th.d lfUn| t*OMld " f !" JSKlJ1^ ,',! 'T'", ' TT 1 ". Al I>resent th, an^t^.^;vr u ^ *;\r s.^ a ss m Ls£ ss s?^ %  *** fi-r-js :^^ and It was net fair to suggest they ment made raonglba1 for 2.I.' u „ % (>I .,„. Department of Highanv | onatT( .suiting in parent were doing nothing. mile tttOt Of the many r ihis Incie.iMOOH ol Ihiiilnwiit of Hghwfta*a The Vestry, he said, could not \,t|>.t tor which they voted bread might have il-effect In thai! fra^isport Mr J E T Br lucker be exneetwl to handle these rnad; M9.275. and Head XXXIV-Elcvhaving lo sub-id./e n.-ir flour i (Li. iVfer'ring'toIU-iii SI. MarkI" order to get the roads done the. ^.w.V'V' RH" ** per bag. Ing and maintenance of traffic needed ., ..nmnelen!. consckntlo,i vltton %  "..do for S1B.033. wiin. .... .._ Una ,nd.gns rcfai £ and (* rfl En.meer. a man wh-m ,h-., ^%STlBU XXXV. Housing wJSfSSSSSK!^ !" Mi C K, Talma lL> enn ca d 2 <•! Hie Capital B Unul t_ ; : W F* v Mue4nss Mi V B Vaughao (II %  a**rsnaw tiling Expenses, and 0 s k c .1 ,, L11 ,.-.! ll;uu idativ.i,. th A %  %  d It. -. SB Higha%, whathsM Cam. I K.op. % %  >• %  '. were Mr Talma admitt.Hl that lh |Jl() travoUhsfl '!! %  H main highwan BaB-tra 1 a loan fund Khl ing. were in a fairly goo-i fonH UbUahad COUsd dillon but the point which he be mi irie to covei the 1 > •!. %  niwrinf ncled there were asser>is~ -%  Masted thai mcmbM of gnmhlliiK H '" '"' l '' 11 ( "' l '" 1 ; M. laajalail ihit fjvoiWTiaUl attitilrj gate fast mm* umpires co-opted especially for Olympic 800 metres lhv \ utpimt They will watch the ATHI.KTICS AAA CHAMl'IONSIIIfS UEM* June 20th and 21st. and hoped to kerp a we.* I.itci Brltaln'stoes all the time outside courts during the complete fortnight, and umpires will not know exactly when they are ng because that Director ... never tackled the glaring under those lighti Brancker said that he question or • proper drainage •hat this year they were system in the island. He said that along Maxwell Main Rood, which leads tp aVsawell Airport, about 00 to 80 yards of the road is covered with water when rain falls and it re.. mains so for many days. two Mr. F. E Miller . said tha%  altthe Department was MrlOUajy "overiooled." Ii wai a waste Estate, and com 1 arlnsj them artth the cost IH>I um f houses Una nerd un; Display To-nighl ol L" 1 o|. Judgl I .. I... Ihe %  ,... %  .'*t sho Instances where no attention being paid to these roads "We are asked to vole $6,800 more than last year." he said, "but who ll %  oini to look after the parish n.ads. the highways and a pn>other wou(d n „| be able to get enough gat bet |ng who w 1 ,1 .111 V. the RookS, .noul aw for the coming yea Several of the senior 11*1 % %  %  -* rs had left and he was wonlating who was going to push ihtad that work. He said that no ona could do roads by sitting in an office and using reams and ream* of oaper. They needed men like Mr. Minnelt and Mr. Hnrns. He also -poke on Items 2S. 28 and 36 He said that first class for machinery n technical men were leaving the waste like thai Department and this would prei>partmeri< was operating B ent n headache for the Junkir 9 rollers it was doing twice MemlK-r for St. Peter who holds much work, he said. He kne ine portfolio for lhal Departmeut. hat from time lo time memlx-i Mr. T. O. Brian. (Ll. speaking have always had something 1 money to spend on this DepaMtniriHe maid Ihr l>epartmrnt I., kill >-oordination, co-operation, human relationship, etc He referred to the road *t Castle (Irani and said that a big tractor has been al that spot for about sis or elht months. h received two roaU of pslnl while on thr spol and II hat been doing nolhlni. He said that today the Oei'.'it ment had 18 or 19 rollers and "II is cruel for a man with Beginning from to-nlght'f 1 1 in fiiHin IA!I .1 1'ic.I ti.. R| k %  I >l lll.lt Programme X-TKATl.i|^TIiiNs til When Ihr THE VISITOR CONTEMPLATES. B Y kind pel; .1 I'.iiui.ii < > M K ti.. Drum, puigu and Pife Band "f lha Barnaaaad lha 1 al badns Renlinent will givi .1 dig%  l 1 afsBanoon marching 1 unierumius display marchlnl durtna lha Interval -f nrajt studianca the PoUoa Band Concerl al Hi v the Old West "l l '"' Worthing route Indian Rtglirfn* Thu colourful Zouava I'niform whnh prior 10 the Boutli Afriran War. w as Ihe normal evei us] dress nf Ih. W it Ind n i.t %  ;-. %  onl) pern i"t*Td )>.' %  f M... %  [. mi, rial Unlta of the West Indies. Th. Hi*to %  of lha adoption of the 7.ll .n.n.ir mi ...iiiilN VM.* H IIMIB hiTnm Hw.jrr KI.ITK SKA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS. T'nil. ,1 Collar ulUilirtl. Shades of While. Blue. Grey. Cream Six 14 to I7'i Prlred from $ 817 lo 18.48 SEA ISLAND COTTON PYJAMAS in shades of C.rey. Blue. Cream. Sizes 36 lo 44 Suit SISJ7 LIBERTY SILK PYJAMAS. ;elf colours of Crey Maiwn. Soxe. Rusl Sizes : 38 lo 44 W-31 SEA ISLAND COTTON CELLl'LAB I'NDEBWSAR VESTS Athletic ityladolsu TRl'NKS with Elastic Waist. Vests in siza^Sri.Lo 46 Tiunks sizes 30 to 44" PURE IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Hemstitched and Hand Rolled Prices from Mt to $1.41 LIBERTY SILK AND WOOL TIES. Open Ends. Fancy Designs and Self Colours Each 12.55. $3.00. & $2.3 nil KM SILK SCARVES, with Fringe. Each $12.82 Mil 111 V THISTLE DOl'BLE END BOW TIES, to be tied In Silk and Wool, adjustable sizes. Each S2.5f CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., ITD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street. NEXT WEEK IS MARGARINE WEEK Tests by Cooking Experts show that Delicious Cakes or Meals can be made by using MARGARINE CREAMS TO-DAYS SPECIAL knights l'lnn'iii\ Soda Fountain HARRISON'S Broad s. CAST IRON PORCELAIN ENAMELLED BATHS 5' 6" Overall—romplele ilh Hoi mid t old Pillar Taps mill all requisite fillilik's THESE BATHS ARK BECOMING MORE AND MORE DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN—IF YOU ANTICIPATE HKQt'lKINCONE IN THE IflaAl "TIKI NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY." $127.43 EACH HARRISON'S Hardvsaie Depl. 1>l 2364 FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE I THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. Whitepark Road X,V/,'X/^'.V.'^*CO*. HH1 I III SI I IM I OOMN For IThis WMk I'll'.HITSONS JAMS in Mb JJIS — Apricot, Riui ..i i Roil currant S$ 50 HOHKItTSONS UARMALAD1 In l-lb, Jars — IM l-lb Jill. S.-1M1 OI.II.KQ %  H|< irtj H 49 a ROBERTSON'S -;IN<:FR MARMALADE J RfHERTSrN'S STRAWBERRY JAM — 57 DANISH SALAMI BAUSAGES .. DANISH MAMS DANISH IHlNKLKSS TINNED HAMS NOKWt".: \ niiih SHRIMPS I XI MA FINE PEAS EWINGS PRE] VI ED MUS .HD RKD FEATHER HAMBURG EH COCKAIX: FINE &f MT II* ; %  %  per Jar per Tin $120 3.T* 5 65 33c. M 65c 80c.



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ESTABLISHED 1895 KRIDAY, MMiril 7. 1952 SWEET ROCKET SETS NEW RECO Field Sweep Pass $500 Mark %  in M ii 11.1111:11 %vi\s jy]R R. E. GILL S filly, Sweet Rocket out of Canyonero — Irish Rock, yesterday set a new record of 1 minute .06 3 5 seconds for "B" class over five and a half furlongs when she carried off the Garrison Handicap at the Garrison yesterday, HM Second day of the scheduled three day B.T.C. meet Sweet Rocket lowered the record of 1 minute .06 4 5 seconds set by Harroween in 1951 by 1 5 seconds. There was a larger crowd in attendance than thai SECRETS BETRAYED TO SOVIETS BONN. GERMANY, March 6 li m learned thai highly r-r.-t information on key Westn arms production in the Huh us betrayed to Soviet Russia by four le-iding West German indus| trltllatl arrested last Sunday Saturday last, the OfMtsiu day of the Meet and this was '"*"' .r* St* .. reflected in the high*! prinajMld in the Betttng Forecast; „„, ui.',".,^ "p !" „, ".. the Parl-Mutuels and In the Field Stand. i tails believed to have been chanFour ttaM UiField Stand PrgM paaaod the SB00 mark in comparison with :i single occasion GQ the first day. Jockcv Holder who rode four •MiiinTs on the lir&t daj \\.. Oral home in two races yesti i I Crossley who rode one I the first day rode OM IIS well. Lutchmun rode two winners yesterday while Jockeys. Yvonet. Thirkell and Joseph each scored their first win m I Handicaps A mute tribute to the h.mdirippcr* was the fact that DO tHanW repeated a Ant day win. there bttflg lr*N WtnMn i<>r the flrst time of the Meet. The highest Fr.rec.iii dividend of ihe day was $77.28 paid on Lunways—Cross Bow in the Spring Handicap. The racing itself was keen and k a firm, fast one The starting too w.is of a high standard. The Police Band under Sergeant Archer was in .i'tendar.< I dered an entertaining and wcl. balanced M -Qth .mime thai ed Rosa's Value "Solve Li Myddleton's descriptive piece TinI'h.mtoni Brigade" and *eDuthott'a Tive MinuteWith ColC Baiter." A suei csi.ful crowd plenser was the popular dance hit "More More The Meet ends to-morrow. Second Pnv TENTH RA(F Cattle Grant Handicap Five boran an t orad MM rats .ratched. Apollo and Colleton carried three and fnur pounds overweight respeeThey were off to a good B trt with Apollo, ridden by P. I taking the lead to be l ..... up) at second place and Usher (Quested up) running third Mary Ann. who eventually won the race ir. convincing style u bringing up the rear with Colleton. But on approaching the third furlong pole, the mare, urged by Yvonot, issued a challenge and a> On Page g nclutl'nelled behind the Iron Curtain Olas.";by the four agents were plans for the manufacture of a new metal •Hoy stronger than steel They •aid the secrets also included production Blueprints and data on raw material stocks in WMI German iillufttial nrms and well known steel mills. The four men were arrested in th Jaeferhof Hotel at Kettwig near Essen as they were holding a secret meeting to map out further plans — UP. Labour Party Faced With Split: Bevan Defies Attlee Orders ——— U)NDON, March 6 THE lop dozen men of the Socialist Party met to consider disciplinary action ageing) "K. vanites" whose revolt auainst the Rearmament Programme last night cracked the Party wide open. Former Prime Minister Attlee is laced with the decision whether to expel I Leftwing leader Aneurin Bevan from the party for defying explicit orders in the Commons and leading .'iti other Labour members in a vote against the Rearmament Programme which Attlee himself began. Attlee's ex-Foreign Minister Herbert Montton ex-Defence Minister Emmanuel Shinwell and others of the "Shadow Cabinet met in closed session in the Com moiis Committee room thi morning to weigh the gravest threat to the party in years. Political observers did not believe that Attlee would dare rui. the risk of expelling Bevan. Such action it was believed might US I separate i>ft Wing party and finalize the breakup of the Labour Party. A *miling and exultant Winston Churchill watched labourites fight among themselves last night before the House gave ap proval to his defenee programme for the 1952 Fiscal Yeai railing for expenditure of £1.462.200.000 It was or* ol the most dramatic scenes in years as Attlee sat solemn and scrawling on a scratchpad while Bevan lad W assortment of lortWtngWI 10 VOU against Hhe defenee programme on which Attlee had specifically ordered them to abstain. Bevan did not speak di ung the debate. The decision rfwhtd b v Vie. and his top aides was not expected made known until %  full meeting ol t h e Labour Parliamentar) Par!) oexl week Hut the gravit) with which DeGaulle {Maty Lead Government PARIS, March 0 General Charles De Gaulle. i the strcng Rightwing Rally of the French People is <*t his chief was prepared to establish a. eoahtJon Cabinet of all parties i except the Communists. De Gaulle wag described as' favouring In principle the North Atlantic Treaty Defence programme, the European Army and the St human Plan to pool Wegttrg I heavy industry. "We want the tlnitad States to have reliable. strong. selfreiipecting Allies.'' Terrenoire said in out-' lining De Goalie's views. "We. are sometimes tough about our Rational Independence "But WO I don'i want France to be a weak aim unreliable ally of the United 1 B Chiang Kai Shek '* I> c. :' % % %  views o n France and' Eu:r.|;caii Policy were outlined as Antome Pinauy 00, Independent, strove desperately to weld together some sort of Government IT National Bankrup'i' But Terrenoire said Dc Gaulllsts would not support I'lnauy. the tlnul poliiician to attempt to putl fagethor a Government lanM Premier Edgar Faure. —V.P I French Flutter, ridden by Fred Thirkell. wfata from Castle In I'lnAir Holder up) in the Maiden Stakes. Mauic (Ixiv WMS third t> Remits At A Glance SECOND DAY TINTS. KM*. I MAHY AJtK iVvotirt1 APOIJ.O

rft 1*11 '"I BACg ) liAVOTTT. 'Croulr\ 3 TWDNKir -.IWIMM kuaarrr*: II..H., %  (MIRTt-KKIH St. I JOIJ.V Mill 11 1 SUKIUCAH u i wATranri i mi arri'MH RUI Mian 1 nu-Krr S VAIWRRN .' urMUMK m:.. • II III SIM KAI I I I -,U AYS i Cliofas iii'.' H ... DAaHlNCl l-RINCISH SIXTHS rll KM I I UMI IF-fl i F IliST ADMIKAl VM I 1 CARJI.NAI. U -i i s in srn mn J run UAD\ itniA r>* i; Reds Want Search UN. Secrel Weapons AUNJOM Ma Communist nggjotiatoi triad to convorl truco Ingpoi lion tmomenti into g In. tidal to spy Into aecrol dothlli ol Allied weanuag Keds dflWhinrled that K> ican Truce Inspwtnis ini'lmlmi* "neutral' Ruagla be guthoi sad to examine ncrei mllitarv equipment at porta ol entj befalnd the Unea Stall i.fflc* ra on armistice aupei vbil I panwed the daodJbcked queatton i rhethei Ru la I raid be a member menu of trenut niihi or %  bi daUvat lashed head-on %  I anii,' lawmaavrt mtii paftsfi win ol 11,000,000 0 his aid pfograaune. Ht %  mount it is not whi largg bul a aetl i i %  them *' Tiuinan planned I.I toll.... up riii %  I,I .iii..l .• %  BOO) 10 111 p in. %  S T I I lo aunspe, Truman hmk.* djOWTI Ins request Into Ihn i il two Ha tasted ha %  i u HIS In Faimp %  \ %  i v "mi.'. producUoi 150.00 u in oui \.n i D "f it to Military li// MR CLEMENT *ITLEE Pact Ilepeiuls On FraiH*-. (.. rn..:iM AXtlBIN I'I '• • iSltllni reai_ Party In Defence Vote wed M reflected i* morning by e Dailj/ Htrd the offlcial iper whose vanites Defy -IP FIRST MEETING CAIRO Man h l British Ambauador met Premier llilal> tot 30 minutes. Afterwards he told newsmen: "!t ir. a courtesy JII on the premie: whom I'd never SOM I fore" Stevenson declined to answer any questions. Earlier Stevenson .-.iiied on Foreign Minister Abd El Khalck Hassouni. —n.r. "IKE" LAYS WREATH ATHENS. March 6. General Eteen Armv. N:iv> and Air Units in Ui Athens area and .ifter ronferruig for one hour with Chn I %  the tomb of thi t'nknown S-.i %  It Is understood IhaT U %  iawillirignaas to havCastlgrtona as Commander of Treaty Organisation *nny. -IP WASHINGTON March 6 Senator James P. Keen asked to hol t'.e French Chamhei of Oeputie* d the Western Geiman Bundeig. Alsq "there is a strong that France and We*t Germany wi|l not istifv. It is get "I thai iihout the full co-operation of Irk* the North Atlan• Treaty Organization cannot GCead." I-eT UJ tell the Piesidant we will appropriate no more morirv until they have pioven by Parliamentary action that they are in this fight against Communism wholeheartedly and ithout reservations—and that trev are In ihu fight to the fin1 h.—r.p. U.N. Await Red Spring Drive EIGHTH ARMY HEADQCARTERS, for**, M.. United Nations infantry continue to -i I watch (nr possible new Communist offensives in K I Red artillery lashed Allied advanced positions on thi I ern Front More than 11.000 rounds of Communist artillery pounded Allied lines yesterday and troops in "Heartbreak Rid) • %  sector were barraged with Red propaganda leaflets inviting surrender. Adding to the possibili'. I Communist offemivr was tn* fact thai ihe -punt LB muI tat I the same that prevailed i front a year ago when 'mounted a million-man oftensivi .that cruslied southward il April t M..v •d la* Babri Fights Attend \\ age Strike II. C. I '"• ... il i axctudeo t was '•< Reds migh -• watting to Mi' it Vic C. Turnei Joy. benioi I I !*aUorn Datogale ..ill bring ajael alteii.i. land JO) hag bean inferring ith %  raj rii. Aj] ..ii truce %  I whethei now oqi jbroiiKht lui nig t|n .M not ii I km O i' 'i Iff i it thai i pom lliflicnll in Tell i 'I! -.. I .r the Aiin.-tage to tell what thr t i do in Item IV inuts* for itear Admiral It E Ltl i aral Lea Bang Cho to iie.-u tin table %  Ihe da %  Commun theii "' .inn' i IK) II Natlom iii n %  I %  BouH Kon i captured by the Reds. The onb f" %  %  irtg w U in.t'l. gWB foreign natl n VALETTA. Malta. %  throwvn and dcmonslranumber^rnorV'than Vhri-e U. %  ' %  randiahii.g sb.,. .'Il, .*• op uther demooatrajH nghter and d..r %  %  % %  ad oos Pats • ; %  %  %  eg beaten unconscious by Maloutside Valetias General Maltese workers in British llitary -'nd Naval installations strike seeking | wage — v.r. U.N. CHIEFS GONFER it ten-minute air battle over Korea t igaiar*4)oaalieei destroyed oi %  0 freight vmn i.'nl cut N Korean rail lines in gl plaeos North of Sonebon in a dav OUU %  "I than gM ^octi*-; Air itrikes came after stepied up Communist artillery barrage On the Eastern Front yesterd.iy. I l -trength caused Allied randers to watch rlowlv foi possible Communist Spring offensive nurh as the Reds pi year ago.—l\ff\ F1GHTII ARMY HEADQUARTERS. Match 0. %  %  of gas lop United States Commanders In the met with RH*way, Allied Commander u Ridgwav conferred at th< Embassy wiih Arthur W. Radftrrd Commander of the Pacif,< Fleet. 'era I O. P. %  Commander of Fai I jnd Vice-Admiral C Turne.Joy. Lnlled Nationk Senior TruTl ' % %  l" c ^ !" ""-. b, S!, !" v *iS!! %  I villf. • **> %  ' %  ' MnortJohnson will be hcer.Uni.ed Sl"^ Atrnm Chief .1 by the Lord Bishop lo %  PPUl iviunicd lo the o.'irlh church of St. <.'!" F" %  ' loda.' 'lay. rebrUafy .iafter a five-day vWt to Japan. during thi evening fervlce. —V.f Rev. Canon Johnson Succeeds Rev. (.'cmliff.St. Liiuri'iil NaiiKil For NabeJ Priz.aasassnaawST. JOHN AntiKua i* liubbhiig ovga %  in anth ipatlon ol Ihi rrivgj pain on .-ids for i ..I ess. i is Tru %  niao mat!. 'lined aft %  i s" are no* %  %  .inn slaava rtiplomau ol point V—sr assi *air; aig.ssa 1 the i.o.-ld. They arc pro"<-i seed %  %  of %  %  i olloi ted through the have '' i'st IM*H for. able to have the Dockyai I and ti-lled foe Ibis ate-i [ton nii" ii 'ii. ippalllni i %  %  it the Booteti eeotlwies m rater n eivi %  i. ni th. I pri*>ner- on :. They also mg whit' ivill ao l not M itean tl Ungi in repair. %  %  ric llghtli laid f"i the \9">'.' that it-* i. will have i • %  the Dockyard %  • it. I i r UM ( N Canada's Pri Letter R Pearson top|K %  of ncanineag foi this year's Nobel %  > .. % %  I" |bl :< -i Coiiinutte.Of Ihe Norwegian Parlui-• Th* wlinh named 27 individuals (rorn I ft countries and foui liOfwl organisations uirh.'.ed Mexiean President Miguel Al Pop De vasconc ion. law eapert. 8aiv..dor De Madanaga. Spanmr I ..nd Author. Carlo I' Philippine Stotesmen 10.000 "Guinea Pigs" Try New T.B. Drug NEW YOItK. March G. II new antl-tubercuaO an IK Infl tried expei Irnei n \]y • i i ]fl M in gorai pitaJa Ihn ugg of the drugg becairat known, hospitals thrnuBhout the Urn'' i ind il w orld have requestrd >uppln eirperirnentaJ PAmeet ImlustrieH hagMatUm DM Tne drt nd Rlmi%  1 aftlliiitwl lloffinari-t. Phe 'Irug %  behig pri-1' r H ajQulbb ,'k. New I. I *-3 receive ings wgiirh nra coal Ban View i New %  %  %  • %  Artaona. %  h.ive been fwan : %  the world and in the I Drugs i otaI use %  train and In some caae i v (Latin An., i. i ... %  %  %  Truman i' %  i Train Mined %  It was announced lliat Ihi Hai MrHa ph u %  .verturtiing the loco11 lages. iploaton i.m nalphong. A nu %  i lui line blocking all tr,.mc for*'-i i idlli i —tj.P. v ..','/.',',',-/,-,',',',v.'/.V.'.-.','.-,-/.'/,V,',V,V.'.'.'-V''/-'.*-''''''*'' lESCAF %  %  :;*@iraJkW '^BLE COFFEE rUOJlfil tOth Februarv Mr %  %  II Hynd 1 i %  %  ndiiM el Tax tnd i %  %  ve been given to p sir '"(t> *o eeotecr M st 111 i. lull Ir.n-lli full flat Ping Ailrletl ('.'thciliMltali' I \M in I'ninu I \-\ Hi lilt.i -I \ NSSTLRS >/> inn I'HIIDI t i tin Ml \l .Ml lirtKft> mm m ssssssasa





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FRIDAY MARCH 1*52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGF. THREE Drugs ^Stop Tuberculosis" M frf£i Nov.York. ,M PI H • Two coal-sUr den vailves have been found to "stop tui* i In 'desperately sick patict\t according to a reportb* I cus D. Kofel, Commissioner of New York City Hospitals. The 'amazing result*" reported by Or. Koflel have been duplicated and confirmed m ottatr public I iir liutpital m the % %  • %  si'., The drugs are known ns Rimifon and Manilid, Mad ant form* of a common %  the drugs resulted fnwn A tuberculosis research programme undertaken many years ago by Hoffmann-La Roche. Ltd.. of Basic. awitMrtand. and its affiliated company. Hoffmann-l.u Roche. Inc.. of Nut ley. New Jersey, U.S.A. During the course f the proiect. literally thousands of drugs wore produced and screened against tuberculosis without significant results until the dovolopment of Rimifon and Marsilid. The drugs, which riave shown no serious aide effects and amazingly beneficial results in some 200 paitents in New York hospitals, an taken by mouth and appear to be specific in their action against the tubercle bacillus. They are the fir.t drug* In lb I known to cure Hiberculosim mice. Following discover) by Drs. Robert J SchniUci* and Emanucl Grunberg. of Hoffmann-La Rooho. that thV drug* worked against tuberculosis in mice and other iinimals. clinical trials with hURMIU mdcrtaken. The almost uniform M Human patients now raise the possibility that tuberculosis, which claims more lives than all other contagious diseases combined. may Ultimately be eliminated as %  world •Width problem. A survcv and COusCtlOO "' COfl Wbiie Hoffmann-lps. <>f Ixtrd lleginner and the LK) Beginner's ptOCI '*> %  !< srllh tba West Indisa tour of lllc BBBSSSS, WUCSl ,• ,dl in. icatlii ill an li.i Kuk. nex' lima." l %  ntaUy, Heg.nner tells mf ha A. mi 10 M-UIIII In lheWe Indies fauly toon He says thai I B roan, the ona*. to tn lian, a\ i | .i.mg — amu hi iv better thun trlnuad Lord Kltchanoi should havl a • %  „ party, tut unn ,i, i, ha waa indisposed at mute the Duke uf Windsor, forme Uu funeral of tinK Keen observers rasttOM .ly four but.-. %  lous vai i : unttMltatV droptics of coin ThtMpeabaeni iad sag Official axptai ses within Wl ,l *' < at .ingucd and stored in thai the Duke of Windsor was ••state and vveartaa; a watch-coat and not a hie both for senl tool great-.oal with regulation -JX PWpOOJ buttons as worn by Adrmr.d %  tindertla K~! 2 £* 1 w -" few wV." Th ltrft ' '" r ISBJ MB 1 r administered report that the drugs „ ln l, ' -o Kcnl are said to work equal I v \M-I1 n. "* % %  Caribbean C..!' ill form" of lulien-ulosi-. The headquarters, Dr Rroiw SmacrSa of ^-^tT^lcc^; that the immchal. were those who were regarde.1 as If*' 1 >-'" l>ie. "' 'he • %  hopeless." Temperal ped to normal in some .^ Ihiity-aU hours ..fter was begun, appetites were regain* WI 'J !" avai ed and weight Incr-ases were pro* nd laboraicr in mmn Inataacoa. no irpcc ol bMtm. couM be (, !" l In %  -" i"'" fh''"',"',", "'.'.'''..Vo <" "" • "i"' < rw '.K .-,..^ ..^ti nM t. -I.-,.-ivii.li.lilc fc.r propaCAtlnn In thr UWOfO l>> oHk. is still |>nMMlnf JSHUS %? L2*?l d!r?m 11'. Cw.bbrw 1 II To la, ll.cm Th.> Duke' watch ...I was relapses have occurred In the (Front ilnr Own d ; ,ONLX)N I'uniinciit has been passed upon the uniform worn hv i M.vt-ni-.i ..I Life H.ih.tm.is ;il lliirlmiir VMM Ncsn IM % • Death By Misadventure Drain by ml verdut n( .. COTOIH re now obsolete" but nvr "rt^'" *" '"*|t*'iy into in* doMb -' 15-scn-nUl t'luiles I j the week—lO.P.i .i iell> "* ii 300-word messagi i I ucher Canadian ei ...miuiin, i-f.,„. CoroBot. "" %  *y_*L?y jy.!^ !! Mi c iWalwya ,.,, kfastnaadaj ; Z fully nu, away ..ftcen years a„ ] g ,^^,'1^ Maoora' ---'-'<" ''' I'-r.iamen.-M Address ,{^' **f3 W'J? ) for vpread,l ,l ", ni '" 1 Hospital later the OlM'lUll!? Vr\UT loglnfor same day 1 # '|H fillip S H I I* Uocting. I-.dv HuBgin* lo complete th<00 beb.ill n| Ihc . Scottish Unionist A corn, he Blatcd th;ii thi ...... ,. w.i-k "*r nm l%Ke . | | I M about on Tuesday, lltl. I i has renewed h plea for a Supra %  Natkval Aukhori t\ aqulppad artth ttrong executive Bower tn pfotaci laansln the atom bomb. The Winld-f.iiiKi'in %  elan, authur uf tn. 1 i ii> wtdi ii contributed Inwards lb,. i1< w-lnpnicid of 111' mi. na kr thai threatens mankind s that i\o one appears prepareu to act to organise Ir'ernalional BUttMrlty. Each ''" The m.ilo, vessels Msoek. am. make a move jribbee l-H!i ..i.choicd in CarIf tb r goal Is noi reached ( ,.,, ,,.„,,.,, wMl cat goes tiiae the fault will he %  h iuikl ,i,.,i ., ouanUt} ol Ana of ua, b -aid. -reens and frOah (tmi. 'J Th t W-yi Included In hoi i ar liOmU future Can iiti ttuti'if-tit /.'/) in hralimgf" 'ountla \\CA\ nl their own accurtl when liio ir. kept free frum the K trms thai cause septic infection. To keep wounds in tin health*, condition fur hciliti*;, hiir^cona have for years relied upon 'Dettol*. Thi* ruthless deg%  roycr (if turns is nun-poisonous, gentle and safe on human tissues. While it disinfects the wound, 'Dettol* leaves the living iissue* undamaged lo continue the natural prucct.se., uf safe and rapid repair. DETTOL THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC -la. Frail ('.onto On Udiicl.u. {'aribht*: treatment and as far as laboi torv tests can show, few tuberculosis germs remain In the diseased organs Spokesmen for Hoffmann-La Roche report that when nuasl production is establish guata quaniities of the drugs can be marie available. It 1" expected that full sr..le pi-luction will bo ,. in effect by May of this year the diMH-ki bnmabi : barrets i icbalot, cabbages, 35 casks Ol I bMi "' eopta Arriving later in Ihc da) '-. I nlbWr brouglit 8 carks "i fiesli fiult. 3 lugs of eoeimuts. %  %  f on ha lot. :'c • i.ite. 'il R casks of cabbagci T. iw. own %  eh.,, i or Synod Munli 11 \uliy Wednesday. — Bum in Puctt" Rico *h. improarad bar audlonee with n .| n t "so am. the ImOWBsdfl nf be, ...._*. .* „ L MemlK-rs of lb. .. . Winifred T.i.aw %  >( < hurch Yaehl RICO Village SI Mid el. ro| ii: '" 1 %  •" Lfirt : 'i • hi,., for the Now York Bermuda v „ and 2.4S a.m on W. I m '" !" Cnurcn %  '' II tie In ihc I'liiis, of bis fcOUr uf 'he jrca. Dr. BIOWII has visited Cuba. Jamaica. Haiti. Puorto Uoo, the I • .i Aniigii,! Prom Tn Huinarn. $4ttan CHItF VET OFFICER ifiANSFERRBD TOT DAD I'u-iih' Visit LONDON ^il <;. Winflekl. a Dal Burnett and Co (Newcastle) Ltd. Mil be irrivina M |{nli| (Vr r| R>cU|c|ub §oi ANTIGUA. March & i >" lft have different roo, II ,im May Mr. A. .1. Wlult..ll Coffl f ihe Leeward mo Islands, has accepted a bBanstbr 'if ten v.ill sail the £20.n %  ., of to \e v Tort II month!) t. 1 : %  Dr. Hutson originally came t : 1933 01 0* orOeOr, The federal post created M .,, H m 1942 in which he served lot s'x years, and waa then iK*ted 10 but returned to the ''•;" < u i 1 I'.i in I960. The federal post waa abolished -ind again proptv %  i i.il MAIL NOTICE •^JIOCRAPHE8•' LOADS SUGAR B B IlisBTapher wbu %  %  Ihe United KM will include I .UOO ciisks "f sugt.r 1 -UKi syrup, twin K ii. flaHn iiunhrii of Pi nreuj <>f fane) molasses, 75 tterraporti I If* in fa,.f load t pa wen loton Iron I -" ptrii Tbo ru*TaM rard bttwooa nbor lioad %  %  i Ltd will i over the I %  ML o, i ..".. IssT* I in tn. ng I) i % %  i i"i"i .i i .iiih • tl-,| V.1,1 II U -.i 1 HI Vre called upon •<• 0 > .in • nti.iic,. tie I i.. novi mpVoyod ln| is charged lo visitor A New OusdO l'i the Dmkv.ud .:. it fififetnl pi i cop .i Krufll ii Hari dODol inntially III) I I ted entrain c ..! n> Htm %  I thi S-" n'ly an.I It H %  | %  %  . i thai Life Friend la Mi a I I lha auttiof of the wand favnoui 4 iii.nl-. aboul Hoei %  naval ofllce! of Bn "., i %  d MI ib, Royal N.-V> it a ban lha Do ckyar d a ay-day. II is now pos-ible I" '.iund i" Offkon Quartan and aoa *'• Hi ifceiev quIM Ca tari j %  % %  i Ire h hern thorougriK Ii irad ol buah ibla lo w ilk along th<* • ,.( lbs h irbaui to M %  Id rssTtporti wrdcta onoo guarde I i'ie entrance lo the harl>our. ;..and tn think — an In mi ut>n he as dnubk'd-up iih indim'sljoii!* Don't fcrl aenl iiidits-.tinit BBOfj yOW cinoviiK'ntnf life AflcrmcaKiliwomf>n.l1.ibilcncc.indhcatihu'neaiilc*\MfilyandMirelv put nghi by 'IX>K.i's'gentle, nailniliring aelion DoKjewifily restore^ (lie heallbv iieid balame iI >oui %Unn,ivli. Il ii pivparcd in eoricelly balanced itnlindu.iUUc. each vpatalcly packed in a hygwnie, handivctopc Onodbavassff BSSBWBI usually suflicarit. Dolsa Rstorts digattlon J. ....Mi.n-ulaif IK* ikmh BSSsD lir lha -i •fi.." voti. ,. i i %  furniial') TawlosrssiaaasMsissMasftnHi Isia %  ncmnaasauaBteai'liil Dsba %  '• -noSfsar itosssd ussastnl. sudt up m indn iss* I mr %  HI I *J do*M to %  iliilns uiKilan M ifc* HSO *r iJ < t <.Ulh> "m.l •IHIM> ol 11* SI.. • %  -ll IVki M riblibb >*dal>* %  ml MkMatUss li r*m MI W. JO bsssssssM l>>ptpli %  llrsrihws I i.iuk m r • r.%-1.11.1.,. Pinsh seMIUy <*••< MMWI>IIIIO'"M 4 f .< T. V t.ARKAM M a CO, 0fi#tii.i KEEP YOUR HOME AS CLEA MARGARINE WEEK PLAN A SPREAD WEEK OF HOUSEKEEPING ECONOMY BUY GLOWMARGARINE TO-DAY IT TASTES LIKE TABLE BUTTER — ONLY IT'S CHEAPER. WITH WHISTLE PRODUCTS WIIISTI.I ALUMINIUM CLEANER „ CAKI'ET. LPIIULSTERV CLEANEK KL'RNITL'KE CREAM .. HAND SOAP .. LAVATORY CLEANER lll.l> OLI POLISH r.Sl.liAK SOAP WAX POLISH WINDOW CLEANER MWMXI. A CO.. LT.-^""



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•ACI i HI K KAKRAIMIS ADVOCATE IK111W MAM II 1. MM BAKBADOSiSaP ADVOCATE -— -i Friday, March 7. 152 Soybean Lends Itself To !rlan> Uses Ittbon tOfJM in ihe I'niU' the s'lvbvun which (as l>cei>nio < at PEASANT FAMI\(. Until the larjie grant from Colonial l>r\. ] )( pment and Welfare Funds was spent on the construction of the existing runway at Scawell, moot of the expenditure of Barbados" total allocation of ... DIMto "ii ..jru-ulture and veterinary service*. No less than LIC2M00 had been made available l<> the UUnd t DAVID m i I I will make Bn effort toeduc*t ii public I* the soybean's looa value. Th adtbte aoybeena mature curlier thin the MM IMUBU] in Ihe middle r* was * ,ne "umrnci Tin y -hculd I* rSJ eulUvasd like garden pus or w'uno Wai" t9mm Tney otl,f,nK ubie l am 4Vh< t.oinit On CONSORT OR KINO? a Haw Th .... si,.ic . ""TU! iuction in a|T OTMSO pro%  mm u~> fur inyaaim <' Us w cultivated il* ...l., nve men sat oW ^ni'Tw. S le a very unusual meal Pint on i .• ".. " kl ,„ ur .ucin content -rul Ihe prothey were served witn wytx-an %  "•"i '','zJ!!L.utLmi^l tern i* more easily digested. They n aSl 12 times M.Tutm, fo, meat; th. bread and p*S• '^L^J^JT b,a *** l *•*•'* na. were made from soy>* • ;> "'* far men. continuing to i. flour: the side dish WM M'< %  *.' ,m,n *_fL*" r ..!."'[J*HS (hen profltable cr..ps of soybeans year, disagree a* to MM %  nop L> bad freeh-froeen so>i Thee wan >v f> in on th. -a naarflsruia, -nd ihcro also addli pled the Mcxic, ..II %  at their Orinki; and dessert was *— "-SU?" r ,,..... ^^Esswsi" •" ~~ um **' petal have <'laasined er-lrr ince the top -oil and leave* it open ipeciality chili con -S wtveh were made turr—woo has spent most of hw lessens aZ Kii..-.' adult l.Jc workma Tted vSS bealnning with n. ft nit assignravares of arater -nd w.nd. Bu ll one of many reasons Manchuria two w • urlettl '.!>< %  I M ,M i farmers aw growManchu and Mandarin Boi>i of K w planu an.wn in the Uniteo • BM li vcar. ****** ***** h, h ol1 on,cni " sinics have had the benefit ot llreadjl ja serving a "< 'e c *f lm nU "" J 1 *^ Mi.h inuimv, neicntnic research nriet> <.f u.o' in industry •" P, 1 """ % %  l the grotindwork JS |1|e ^ y bea.. The VS. Departiindju a stock lead. 'or lirtina the soybean to niPll| or Agricullure has cxperiThe rise of the niyhean is u present position as o rughi val „„. n icd with it siiwe IDOO. und thi Irue auccvM otnry. Net long ago agricultural TOI iT..rtiaioi> ,_. ,..,| U ._ eSi growers, ami prlDfa] iered a novelty in "'cry high .,il conu.nl soybean .,„ llllluMl> h ve hclpeo By fcPIIKAIM rort HAKIM ASTLK II T1IK QUBetM the United BUitfcs. an inUreetlng grown legume imported from the Far day c East with limited possibilities. th United States tobe traced back to the I m-velopment. Fi • Mandarin Subafhona t' u in M.velopcd rite improved varieaUed UM lllMI OlT lli'|HsiK THK l velopmafll n| Iron or, in Peru will et underway ihoftly by the Utah Construetlori Company as %  result signing of a contract with the Corporation IVruana Del Santa. Utah have already run tests for ore located I:> miles inland from the coast at a point 300 miles south "f Liffil far show that the ore is yieldi: cent or more iron. Then new work WBl found for it sequenily Dr. Morse has asalateti Um ,. ilh whu h „ n;>rii> restatan 1 and it started a rapid climb lo m 'he development of almosT (o dl9me> mgh ,„ oll ton tent. and lc •daaaad be a wide area. In leti plots and on the farm it hi Mtlded up to tlve bushels pci B now the bants of an enormour Thc Sov 1 0 ";icte more than Duniteld or DUol industry. It already ranks close In 1021* r>r Morse was sent to ,wo ,tf its closest competitor 1 ? m i "ft? 1, and cotto 1 P"* the Far East, the home of thc soyton honours. 4 the leadfng crops in the United r(an 11 hrmf bmA ncw Vlirl e. In the Northern Regional 10 ^nd* the increasing uses ti „ ,' (f ^y^^ whl ,. h ml) h con search Labonttory at Pwla, .but.-to the mil jouthful Anwr*ntisis. searching for new ^ lean sovbern industrv. He spent 'or soybeans, arc invaatfgaui< ri in Japun. China. Korea. %  "'>> ulleU as paper costlngi aanchurle, carrying out .'-ni. oils for paint, plastics "hat seemed like an endless task. |!> a product th.i (lit stock feed to supply i,m„ difierenl from any other In represents, so far as is known, th American n,,. world. Re IfMSftfttttd every fl 1 9 gelstin-like product eve, of new soybean variety he found msidc from vegetable protein *" ana when one linked promisliiii I"* 1 8 rdihle protein dissolves v lo make brwid. And soybean he obtained a sample. When he wider rnd looks and tastw Ilk%  I %  %  hg rouad In returned le DM United Btateseli L '' ,,ll! • %  '-•'•' %  w *ei ned or puck1931 he had a collection of 5 f 0OO *** while. It Offers prOtoJsa 0 new ivpes of beans, including ISO unlimited use in thc food in.tus uses for of the edible green varieties, with ""> selection ~ ho sovbean is no longer i rurtOSttT, II has tome up througl fame. Increased usage of the sov<"" 'V.\ b V i,n SSS** hean has hroughl additional inUHfd States which • COBM i" UWtos*d* of farmers und J* his unofncal title. Father of the Sovbe.nn. Btat4 be ng found for d promise a still I lighter future. Tne secret of the soybean'* success is it ability io do a wide de them well in ...I le.ds the field of ve ^ hm4 Uat slmoit every v3P Tw u .. u f**..l or r ? ak !. n B a * had its uwn distinctive typo rt mixed high quality \ reaertai mix small a soy Hour wltfe their wheat flour %  The wi joyheans means that farmer'* which t.. toutlnue his %  '"' """V.. markets for their n nd breeding work if the paint Industr) | n ha yeen •.( wvel erttt) Uu *"' ';" ,k n its own merits. '*"""' 'i Miit, all the current soybean Dr. Morse has made ,,s merit* promise to mike it sill th surplus can go to manuirmnv prediction* nbom the future mnrc famous. It ran now b> en i>f adhesive*, or to marof bis favourite plant He has ,,( " < 1 '"'' food end paint %  nnkafs. The number *md seldom been wrong in these ,l(! eBdi ,M, o" Anew USI variety of market! daaiandlog guesees, and todaj hli vedlotlon '' ,lul '"' ''• ,h e tsnner will nnV snyhean... iheii raw matlals h that the demand for vctclrblQ ""' '"'•r^t 'or sm-henrui stead"' pa • thai -i" i lypei of t.;,r,s will increase ''""eidaWe: he will have a big i'i innInr the her -working continuullv il< lhink i 1 mv'"'' lu '" keening the supplv ;l teen. lns*ea| Ihera li rrequent** bean car bemma a tast sub'" '" *" r thp derm-d (AGRI n shortage v> that soybenn mills 'l'ui for ... -i „ %  ,U and T TI BF Rese..reh 1 vet |eei sble to opera* at a full cepaHty A '• %  inner* end the who 'eii tresb froasn %  4.K.I I lh i AJberi Hull theie |g g fond In his voice .. melting look it Ins c>c He Insists (quit Tee* .ir-lirsl If-iior . vkitU Ihr |ie>%iit"s vln -ndiii ss . <,i,. -. Imrk l Ul lit i. <estow the status and title upon him almost mmediately. KING IN NAME' BUT suggestions are already being nude, .ith some powerful backing, that even IqfUai tatus should be given him. The argument advanced is that Ungship nould be considered, even if of a limited kind. That, while the Queen would be the uling monarch, her Contort should be King m name if not with full constitutional power. So revjlutionary a proposal, powerfully hough It may be supported, would inevitably .-eJaa problems and issues on which unity ol lecision might be more difficult to secure. Those who know the Queen best say that m pressure will ever sway her beyond the .udgment she forms from her own wisdom She has great strength of character, and g leep consciousness of personal iesponsibilit\ PALACE CHANGES A NEW monarch means, of course, a clean %  weep at the palace. SIR AI.AN LASCELLES, 64-year-old Private Secretary in King George, may be i'xpecd'd to retire. He has been preparing for retirement foi %  i!.>time, and 41-year-old MAJOR SIR VIK HAHADEANE, his assistant f<>i lh* ...si 14 years, will succeed him. ou put it to Gigh t| U( ne is one of the wealthiest Miute^ D who ever lived, he is apt to dodg. feet, improvising the point by saying he is rich Wttinfly) thai from the musical enor r f c aves as he goes, enough to do a bit of shooting m anfU the Mbert Hall is magnin' uon gwrno bambino mir. he ilshing when he can Und the ttnu •ent. utipiTbo. the Ilnest and mot *' cnTI> l '"" '"P register to a Between the wars ha found tune to beautiful eonceri hall the world grinning Savoy lift Be watta eri %  mall, patted nnen. pllei tell do a bit of building as well ON has known littfWe going on to the me ow %  f >'u thees morning All phiiform he always feels ll t 'f^" 1 '" ">" %  ' Olgll lh;,n %  ometning In the pit of the stem* voiee plus nicely eslculated %  Ok ih.it is hard to define not lovmlitv Somewhere inside the ncrvQUMie** exaetly. but some neat, dark tailoring lurks the Insidious stuck of (motion To -hrewd. UlKirious peasant e it he throws his head Fifty years ago he was an urbaek and sets hie chin in the chin with patched trousers in a resolute Gigll way. rather on the village on the Adriatic coast, his personality have left-hand side of bJa face. father the village cobbler. HemWhich brings us back to his honv There il a psychological key : amino and the other* knew ihe from home From the earl all nhls. of course The Albert nip of hunger. thirties, on his Albert Hell recitals Mall is the world', lim-i context At 12. dishwasher in an Italian developed a pattern of their own hall in Giglis view (a) because nblematfs house, he used to climb The printed programme Is never the outskirts of his native village he ran up a caslje with 60 bedroom suites which cost nine million lire. If I emphasise Gigll B earning* it is because they otter, after all. some measure and test of the immense pleasure his singing and his iiillioiift. holds 8,000 and (bl because DM after the wei OlgU (tiled it fOUl times o'**r In OSS in.mlh Wtio aftei so (mifltable .i feat, can bo exi*>etei to hiss about nicb tilth-.> they hs. a UM| Ukeb le have, any gYactical i tiigli'i* i.rt ., 1 used to puolr ovei the worshipping light that came into Me eyes when anybody (in rd;uio Andrea Chenier. %  | -nig 62 operas." he would i for ma mot bQOUtlfUl I love Andrea most of all Andrea wus |*>et Much Oori He wes poet of Revolution, vary %  saanste plent) melody. i leeUna> H And so on. The praise struck me as loo highp trhed by half. Giordano's opera [. %  gi -d hut surelj' not as good u all that. Pride . Hut then I remember a detail whlrh made everything clear. Andrea em the perl which Gigll sang .is sub-titute .it the MetroDoUtan Oner.i. New York, when Caruso fell n ortaU) Ick in 1910. "Never; an Qsfdl, "do forget that year. flecropoUtan director say. 'NecesaanU (HgjM ig Andrea In Ci place There ..innv real C.iruso. Bui the director naa 3^,^,0,, come to me. That give me pride." vf rs d Andrea, then was the fnt "'.„ for .-..loat-sne. Therfore It is ^^u !" the best of .-li lenor parta, The i rtao .„ a p. Ing is rickety but. against Glall'f temperament end background, under-tandnble POCKET CAHTOON . lOUi I.1H-A.MH the kitihrn table and sing for more than a rough dn>ft of what nixeni company of under-chefs actually happens. Gigli prefers t, 1 %  '".i.i %  11 I! 1 i-ii iiiiel .mo I'xi" tnpoikae his profiler was his first singing leachgramme as he goes along, adding l-erhaps two encores for everj l 1-.11 ranged Item. Encore The insatiable demand for repeats keeps him on the platfoini for as long as three-quarters of an hour at a time. Voices are constantly bawling out demands, nou from the top gallery, now frorr UM lower level* of the house "Lei's have some Tosi-a!" "What about a bit of BohCme?" Wh, no Trovatore?" PeopU packed away up in th eornet galleries Oft a level with th. top of the organ gel only a quarter view of the great man from the rear. "Turn this way!" the> begin to show testily. Whercupui Gigll shows bis beck to Ihe mam body of the %  USeMM and %  ddresges a couple rf songs to the shoulers, to everybody's purring dlight. Ecstasy By home time the entire hall is in a state of communal ecstasy Gigll hadifficulty in getting to his cer Admirers leap on to the running boards and ride with hiti . they dnre. Such, at nil events, has been typical form at Gigll nights In the past ll may not have much to do with music In it< hiahest form But it is magnificent in its way \MH.|.I> ,'lirYIUl.UT lllhllAl.i —L.E.S. 'But o/ COORSE rm mil •or kafav-naesosiei oo-ovrratutm — I •*•' somefcow ted IKat von oan nfler hoot a r'ur <( pran <.r' U OK IA* oeyMnvtr Qasaes tmt ae/ (When he takes off the wedUv behii thr. getlM ntory Six years later (IBM) B small provincial opera house gav %  .1 A Voice-Plus work he got Cl Eighti Otitwardlv he is the dapper, later his pri v.' man of UkS World, In formance al Covent Garden his lapel he wears lle nbixn of E3S0 some for A Castle. Too d pin. On -I am not a parbh hill cinge !i-e rings: his o\. 'nebod Our ItVaefi rs Sny : \ inim 11 Wflfurt* To lh* Editor. The Adeoeate SIR. During the dry season. %  of tying goats and a trial sheep In the brolltsjg sun on land nights denudcl of vegetafion is all too veers prevalent We appeal to stock 'ether their animals in was shaded places, water and fe..i them .11 regulated Intervals, and thus prevent avoidable suffeiuut Humane treatment i> weU orthwhile. for lonoGenial, shrewd, and very popular al tlu 'alacc. Sir Michael at present deaK V/tttl -Vivice foreinn. and home affairs. His knowledge will be invaluable to the Queen in her early years of responsibility. He is a grandson of LORD STAMFORD HAM. one of thc outstanding royal private .ttretarics who served three monarchs. bii Alan Lascelles. known generally in h .•mie as "Toeituy". deall chiefly with Cabinet oapers and State affairs Most of the person-' il attendant* nf the Queen and her husbana *ill move with them to the Palace. Then 15* a strong friendship between the )twan and LADY PAMKLA MOU.NTBATTEN her temporary I^ady-in-Waiting for the Australian tour. BCM may become one of the Queen's permanent companions HOWLETT. THE TAILOR J-'OR the moment the future of the late Kins; s personal eervantg is In doubt There are Ihe valels THOMAS JERRAV and JAMES MACDONALD (who found the King dead in bed), and RICHARD HOWLETT, the Superintendent of the King'? Wardrobe. A qualified tailor. Howlett dressed the King for 25 years. He had in his care more than 500 suits and uniforms Once an admiral, about to have an audience, split his jacket. Howlett fitted him with one of the King's tunics in two minutes. RACE FROM PARIS WHEN the Accession Council was summoned one of its members. SIR ARTHUR FADDEN. Deputy Prime Minister of Australia was sightseeing in Parts. An embassy car searched the city for him, but he was not found until 3 p.m. • • • He raced to thc airport and at 5.5—five minutes after the Council assembled—arrived at Croydon without passport or English money lie drove to the Palace in 17 minutes and was in time to sign the documents. THE LAST COMMAND THE will of King George will be read to the family at Windsor Castle after the funeral Only private moneys and property, such thc Sandringham estate—a registered AKo — a new hipmenl ol Linen Minis and l*illnvi (asrs *\ f. olfon S % %  • Is A IN Mo** < .IN< s DA COSTA & CO. LTD. People who KNOW —always ask for HARTLEYS jam the greateit name in jam-making FISH and MEAT SALMON HADDOCK K1PPFRS COD FILLETS FILLET STEAKS OX TONGUES DHESSED RABBITS ~ DUCKLINGS CHICKENS 'adding ring, the" wedding ring oi upon niineelf"to quTlbilir^reillor^^ecerlt a ricuhural company-are disposed of in the bcqueathc-ii by his mother, and an hum end hew fjnul 1M2 th mie asset. I will rirrntL* HIIR glvee l women New York Metropolitan paid htm (Sgd ) CF.cn v WALCOTT. I Tlin DUKK I IT ri ni r i^-reu who has oecn adffllrit \--. :>v %  B'dos s [' r \ u,il lr ••HUCESTER is ;m execuIng fur 40 wean ; han doubled his pearly Ineeroe 5ih March, IBS? 1 lu! Lts. Ju*t Arrived CUBE SUGAR ciiiKsr. SPREAD BUCKFA8T WINE POOD CHIC FEEDS V PASTE v NUTS i\<.ttinn:\is \ RAISINS CURRANTS PRUNES Al MONO ICING ICING SUGAR CASTOH SUGAR CIIFKKIKS Ukftrtms VILLF: CUR* IB UfD M \RNIER OUHONNET iO >T M WHISKEY RYE WHISKEY TOMATOES CABBAGE 30 per lb \ 30 per. lb Phone GOODARDS II '#• /< %  /' f IT wiat)



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r.\dt srx RARBADOS ADVOCATE IlilliW Mil" II 1952 CLASSIFIED ADS. i.ovi mi Mi mXPMONi 350B. tat. IHar-I.ee or %  laa.giajul %  Man* in CMib CalUM Baa U *• f. an nuakw of rtaraa* .M1 rente per *aeS IN eaea | • 9T4 Tfrni 'MB fara* Btoe ijf.J4|. T 111! for DM> •aalr .fur • C m Mill iAU TMWAKt TICK IT • •> Ivid.r plena* rail ALTOMOnVK UlfcD < .",.i-ry at 4 JO p \-net la Laahle? II. -...I I I %  HIMIII HF.I.P L'LAXl. Al'TU alBCII bm i .i... i Mima pr. x>... i \i%  Salary ***nrOiT In <->|MbtU1y Ape'leOST I'l Ul II S\IIS //// A 1 W./Y's W/ I! %  JB V- Hard. I Apel W Andre* ROOM I I.K1KKAI. I'' •' •! | ' •" t ' 1 I"" v "" __ convenle-eea. wltB partyWH Urini roara. ape" v>i>iti. kitchen uiiliv moan Jar are. laundry. I rl roaana ana! Horaf* roara undar UracUre hlUaUM Mte. Bothler N ABar"~ Ca Ltd Dl Mft I1IU I f n Maal %  I!%  %  W W rtri. ATTIHV KADIOH %  I. . IMM %  I :ji be cor" I I r roumr In ro-al I v la I* Appl*: I'. It. ... ~1 \ Ull %  HKMTIKK raw mm< %  TaMn. Ba*^ Chain ; .J ,. I — — 'sBCRCTAPY MA:, N.I < lull 1 reauartari in I HM i < %  i uning 7 hertiao",'. livnie, tNxn. i-lnaaa Vci" ..Uii aft llfhi. -mar %  •n" I .i niiaaTi). nwnOri; .11 rt, lualtft Apply by Irller to tefUr in.in %  bnm i :ui-i -.--•"-•\.-• m "Maiaed • l i rasAin i in HI n (iROAMST-f HOIK VAST KN by >*i.B ••". En**) .c mm <* ia> WANT CUT' mtfCRLLANVOin LIVESTOCK REAL KSTATfc Our Derby Hopes Are Not Good PSO Seawell n a.w : A Piidti St" %  h 111: |.„* II SON PAMBL, Balmoral Car Haat.na... %  ftdina on U aayuiiie IM .•! land TVhauar .-.attain, f-ur bedi-ama. ivintf iian> iiln and elrelmlUIhl ( % %  MdJfcUl -r\ ., %  .i-ii %  • %  i' .n-petlmr. b> ippolnlnr-l mime JTTB Ti* ..bo\ will be art up lar aale .< miblic wnortiuon M 1 P m oni PTlM y UN tW ,hr 0flVP nf Hi* un(l i-AI'HIW.TOW *tMV I.IIC.M mi T 3 U lOn PCIULTRY til>TKlJN<;S MBCBANICAL AllOIN*. MAflllNF. Ltd MIS4JKI.I.ANKOITS BITTFH 11. lid. and n lam al C) 11 "Ch Tli. FrMl.v Vlll-". *' J*n*' TH* d>11lrid | rqnatriKtrd ( wall hajdwaod. W.ler. *llrK. pnoitf anvlr intbillni MaiM I |J,1II MpaaM ara roaM M. J.mr. ippo>nr "> %  H>dw.llind hou^i h t-*r '-" "" HmUbl— tb*raon *-r and ri** !< mnalk-d ] r?.jW aa.nat It "' %  " " •M MMt. 9. J">M "ipiKwu*tnc ii hark IM" dM " k * I. .i, -. •(.,„. IK %  nam si i • .' -it. H l[C a tM LAVtfi %  Id al at 11 -.cl-tk HAWT.M. %  DM I ^RCALS All Br.. lmi.1. JtHrMrd Wl IHM W M rnfd. Dia. MX Corn rUh'i. -i ..>,ri o-in>. %  U—M r.BrnioKHATunHI T< MIS^ON 1 AUCTION CAH-Ford PfHo*! a*hoP itM Modol d-maC'd in atcidml W ar ln.lru*ird on>r int. vrhicl# lor aak* Jv *;" Mcrnr-mr> • Oara*on ntd-> ii" I p.m. John M Bladon contpMi r Digestive Upsets *T irsearch, LitKitaio'K* ruivp I d Dr Witt'* A.m. id •, new ronipauiian' l U MLi iciiowncd ''i 1 hry nr the moil way ot (heckinc ho.nc M^U.tlwrteqMtfd{ %  si divMl>conoo two on the toncnr for firvmpt rwlff • •'W'Affrv. Pl-aiant Ultinj D^ \BUH* Anuad Tablets •1awa.al.lj Kif-Tdoi-d r-'OiaVQ. In tun< pt*r pockrt or bandbof. '•nrt t-a. -ofl 1 or handbag. urtM Si/-. 24 r.btrtv %  •-V Si-rMUfU. 10 'itts UPTOWB T*A .,ot dallPlo. nil lr. trial and. Ihi rftval i luind. m lamlllar wltn U. diop In am ntorv MiFnpiJoni n. I.Id lll*i ribittar : i \3 Ji Balwd Al" „.... HI and AervK* ,.V,l'lt owivn tho bott. Found wherevrr Bn %  %  11 1 M—I I o FUPPl* | ll.|. i on *:.v i IKIUMKS ANTACID TABLETS I ttltNkttHKI) HAT with I mm Onnd **a-lnUiir paitlriiUra Appi' to A'.r II Coral HaKdWnrlhlnn -.-•..-.. Ca.! ,.al.rf NOTICE UtllllSITION OF LAND ft Cor homo MO— Mif.iih. toaally ttondby • ... % %  • •' Da WITT qm*mm* ANTACID L vUfl'-VtHtcn POWDER i REAL ESTATE JOHN M. Ill nios •> ce. , n. r v A rOMPRIJIIN^I\ I LIST. mOR Al.l\ ITS \\ Ml an FOR SALE : '. %  haiaolt,, i *,. 3 I UHI. ill-rilinl bpHnl In i'l 1 Ai i | %  ItpltMl .'in n-" -|t, ,i, %  K Nlrhnh I'.. IImialli %  i-qinHKl In i i.i lataajka I lh ii ( Ikdw m m iv* utwn Iaadd, niwl Ihf amou.i ., I 1II.U f I.in .!, |.|-|..1||I-T •*><) i il ii.> 1HH-K-1 i' I I ,.l llOtl hnw Ihr amount rbi iml unOW %  i,.i Bator M m* % %  %  rrttMC. •uniHl B) ih-n nr thri' %  Inrth i pbruar IMS. .it ton I (i.l>i F WFNT. I'l'iu.MLUTKIB NOTICE M FFI.iri I M I %  !• SEAI rn narbrd M X1H IT mr pooit or TM or KAINT mctJAtU. T*-.Nnr.ii n IM rnvrlnpr TKNDEK .ill i.. Clrrk of in* *MkT "P I" J ' i pa ThrHln>Ui* %  thr unoernirntionrd .i.ppiie* In %  < quantliiM ao ma from tlmr t" H"* drd lor on* year connw !" in* on i t April ni. FRF-JI MHJl FBrm ttnxAn Karh prison icndninr. m"" •"• k*iwr. alon wllh thr Trndar. n. ,n pmparlv qi1l pp.!" I — Imi! mrainrr. oi DM id. wllllnnnr*. In Brromr lioiinn • '. JAim P.KK. I DMT Ht of prlrr* on thr l? %  ttawaf rjrri wax pul.li.In .1 la*l ...ik I u pcrwrnt wtatlr port •ff |hr rrsrjr. h HtrrHri la arrive at the prkr. H |airtl on. The layer il< i-:tinp:nitu which startB al Cheltenham'* National Hum m*eiin k going my "nnool(iTi.ik< i s mom w und of book toruiecte'i with form and breeding. In addition la Keylock's Thoroughbn"! Pedigree Charts he h.id compile.) j li^r which tthowed the pedign" • if nil ihe candidates al a glance. Sonic of them were HO* 1 worthy of coniideration. but mu'.n 1 reasonable claims. Had >. i-vinui.illy. iff i •aaveral weeks, a list was compiled in cord;nce with j the layer's view Unset! i course aceonu |ir.io.er ;uked ine what I [ thought would He n fair iin t') i.botn .i Fri-iich bOfftM 'inning thi* Derby I BaM fi to I. and got the I retort. A (oily good price, too." ] Fintl Impression • J From which H will be gaUiarad. Tlml in trie opinion of one of MO (leading layers our chance of wlninlng ih e Derby is by no mean* i .ngnt. Thai remains to be seen, and while one. cannot he oplnm-tic gl hit tage there ta ihc hope thai r can unearth another Arc".Prince "r Supreme OOUrl My nrsi Impression of lite price, i Uw lOOOOuinaaa was tnai Bob Major was a reasonable proportion at 14-1. The layer did not trunk he W* Jiving an>thiii^ BW ,, i h was ninUnt to aiani on the Goodwood form with OUT Tim,..* representing true merit That he does not expect Boo %  tab .i mile and htiC la revealed in Iho price list, i % Lord Rosebery's coll i* a 20-1 chance. I Bin holding .. watching brief for nob Major for the pre ent, as '>efore fioodwood he and King I Bench were iht,'astest I %  rdlnt tn my mtdl It was the slow tune at Goodwood which caused mo f> wnnrnr whether v-e si A thi-eal Bo. Major that day. John Miirhrll .l*o, Oi.Ur.i-). -la Lartaauo. Balrth iaekaaa. a ypAO n i it. M ataiar M Slatar. 1 %  at, v i nin.. J China W. Alaaan. M ••a* r.Ttjraar. r ll.imphi>. W Raia*. i MHtniiM. J H OoaMant. *EIMtriAV 4 ( %  V.n Dr. OM. J. Ooldir B Q rt aia. A 'M. ti. Fliartai. A. Banal. A. %  IroaaV H Oilaaa. B f r Orar. M Clark. E Panrbmont. " %  %  ;' '•-" .-a..vi PtrsBtrt) imai i< %  HaAni H i m l—brl %  Ctwman. 4>aki VHluma. Ak-nandar Fodbaa. Cnar' %  Otam Bnaaia Baynea. l.ionrl w SHIPPING NOTICES I Una wl C* In Touch W,ih Baraado* Coulal Station ROYAL NKIHLKLANDS STEAktSHIP CO. %  AILINI. PBOH at tori s *1 BBATTmaaBUBC, 1Mb S C'/TTICA. tut March. M s HECUBA Conqueror %  • T.mr* Ur*. • • ii.i.h trutu %  • lahrrt*. a.a. Fon I MOW Da*"I Ta^^haad, a a RaunaU. • lleei'' jualln BOI.-i i.. |jr a. u Srlnitu .. Haasal Ha"k inarwa ataorn. aL Vpathav, *• (i-Wlvniaaaa ITEHTO BICO: nUiaa^y SJaaaaS. |# |rn*. lal Wl.ip-d. -. Saleo I. %  ,n Ekrbaah. Via.. swa#!ord. Thaaia. r^^j,,.,. . gaawHtl. a. Charlaato" n Eliamh n-u-nr-y. rob. Hat.i.. ^ K Ul ,,,„„„„. ,. Alpha. .. n-.tr1,1. t..-. ClutiW.. Walkln.. a-anar*. ,, j 0 rni fh.ndii M.-.H Minna Park. .a. Ail|uanl. .. Rio OjS :tllMH\li ASBJ FS-nrioy. HorHQ,,-, lt Elar Thprdaa. at nbm. Poawroy. Vvra UaaaHI. Dorarn N ., wro , ( ^,i, . Puerto Rlro II. LaRoy Downe.. Ilaaairn Tawil. fj^ |iri„. • Qurtnado I-ke. •TaarlL Bndol' Vsndarwa.kl. Slar> s-lytidrrtaas, .. Aim Clip*"". <;wUd>* Jf#-f |. T ka. M Ruahtna. %  • Navwi ... Hilda ,, Flortd-. a a. Poalu Toaranrtll. • Walmea. >• Oullmilla. . Alroa Ho."n. Oloareatar. • Irubank. a a tJca-., Saorasrrfi. •*. Ubarta. • %  K.i.ii. %  Proapertor. • Boahaop. %  >. Elaaa. M An. karrr %  a. Br,d(ron. a a St bill>Bunavla . T imerlan^. a. MrKilHk-^ Hill* • a. !-*(!> Nrlaon. • %  Lad) Badnri Danhaaii. Varbt Joa Ymii.. MI is. ra IHISII. U)B iihin.i %  OMAtBSJ, i th r M> --os "is ^ afsilsl. n.nk-. Cr.m Burka. Pat HumphK. Edith IMp, mil John IN CARLISLE BAY %  niiiuiiaii NalMHial StettDWhip* SOI'TBBOI'MIi Malrf.a IT s-a it Manth lM n. BM evra r. imiin. Jteh Oaf s., OaSBes SOHTRBOI sn l-AUT RODMXY'.. IAI1Y NELSON" • AN CRUIBBB" for further parUculsi T Mseak %  Msrrh 21 March • Match 4 April T AarO > March I'l Baith el Manch i Avril April t April U April 11 AprH GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-Af-iiU. GOVERNMENT NOTICE %  Tenderer r bein i Ihe i rerpted I pi. "SB i Tenii. in Will. iprf MBM MU.K %  quired for our nd Ihe Vratry ecept the T asBll ih. %  I'i'l aOI trnderms lor Ihla aril (nrward. alnna -ilh Ihei irnder a CertlAcaUb> %  proper r UuatlAed Ve1rtin-t> D-u'ln thai Ihe eallle Irom .Inch the milk ' I, aupplled -re Ir-e Loan T..berriilo.i „, ,.,„i. ,. >M i* rt aaas M I l-Rce NOTICE The Mlenllon ol nil PstSraat, and Comianii-. SS H -II V j an In hualneaa in the Cttf • %  Bildscto. .,, ..I.I|..n ""I i-i-i"' MHhaei. ianwa la I I B • ...lae.t.o.1 B ol aertlon 13 of Ihe ^ Art ilBII Si. wkich ena-w reapart nf prnSl derived Irom earrvim on IrVs* aasll m*ae to Hie aaae-~.r i.ii ii (orm I" b" .ariaionl Irom lite Veatry. a Return ki wrlln.S ol IN... ,ve.:.*e net annual aroBI. in ace.... dance wllh Ihe pmvlK< nf Ihe aalO A.t H> Ihe |.u.,".e of a-eau.-enl % %  In aaaaj ml PraVlltesr Ot ..i> peraon *hall bv i.-„.i .1 lh. of chx I ATI .„. rim "sMh November hi %  rior to IM ol rVoi...in lhan lh" Aatum muat I"n*!' %  • the Assani .. %  | Ba %  U %  i ' * %  %  In — % %  %  %  H...M ahsll hy raa-oo ol IM nWn .*.—1 diarlnc wl. .> c„.ie,1 he anaatr '" m.. by 1*1 Fehruar>, then no Nv Kahh Monarch More, OB* Time. Gue*r.anl, KJioi-Mgusa and PTBHTW %  all expecicd to stay ttia Deri instance *iul the only one w.i might not do no is Monarch Mor< At ih-t I might be wrv though the lower half oi ths pedlgree does not inspire u loi of conndence when it comes m slaying a mile and a half. I think M. M. r.ou %  c wili ..i something better than Marsy-v fr the Derby, but so far h the only on c In lh,. stain honoured with a price. Nearqu Is regarded as having a belter chance in the Derby lhan in ihe 2.000 (iuineas, and thiaj co.t I proVB to DB the main Impe nf the Ata Khan. Tliere Is no faith In the slnmin.. f Urgogho, bul he will conunue to hold his place tn the mantel on Hie 2.00U Guinea-. r'roni BU account' he has winteri^l well an than should not be any douui bout nim staying a mile Others will come into the picture n time, particularly tnose train-.1 n France. There will l>.in % %  change* In the Derby prices Ion before we reach the day of the rue and for my part 1 would pr— fer to await the results of the French activities before IntaVtaTiri a rlnancinl sense How their two-yiar-olds .f 1.. year compare with ours 11 ult to say. bul they usually ha\ i tm m the background afhn IthOV did not run 01 were n i rifHisly tramed. 1 would like in think till l are no better off than lust year hen thoy failed to And one go*-. i • i Best thr "' lnvit.iiii.il for Tender DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT SCALED TENDERS will be received at the Colonial Secreiarv V Office up to 12 noon on the 8th March, 1952. for the supply of Barbados Limestone. Marl Filling ami Earth Filling to the Department of RlBjiWffXTl and Transport for a period of twelve (12) months from the 1st April. 1952. 2. A separate tender for each division tendered for should he submitted in respect of each or any of the following divisions: — (a) Northern Division—Parishes of St. Lucy and St Peter. (b) Southern Division—Parishes of Christ Church. Si Philip and Si. John. tc) Eastern Division—Parishes of St. Andrew and St. Joseph. (.1) Western Division—Parishes of St. Michael. St George. St. Thomas and St James. 3. A tenderer under paragraph 2 may also submit a separate tender for any combination of Divisions tendered for under paragraph 2 ea the basis of paragraph 6. ovcept that for the final words "on spot iiWhtnB within the Division" read "on spot anywhere within comHMd Division '' 4. Samples of limestone of ihe 'luality required may be seen, and particulars of quantity and sire likely to be required, may be' ibtained on application at the Department of Highways and Transi port ft. Tenders arc to be made on forms which con be obtained at, the Colonial Secretary's Office on payment of n deposit of Five Dollars ($3.00). After a contract has been entered into, those persons who may have submitted bona fide lenders will have their deposits refunded; bul no person or persons who may refusc*to enter into a contract when BO called upon shall have the deposits made by them refunded, and these shall be forfeited and paid into the Treasury. 6. The prices tendered must bo based on the payment of wages Bt nnreni standard rates in the trade, and shall be the flat rate per cubic yard at which Ihe tender would contract to supply materials m spot anywhere within the Division. 27.2.52.— Sn. jJVfc Sailings from Southampton \m Guadeloupe. Martinique. Barbados Trinidad, La Gualra. Curacao A Jamaica From Southampton ArT J !" .f" b „* d T!! K n •COLOMBIE" .... 18th March. 1852 31st March. 1952 DE ORASSsT 24th April. 1952 6th May, 1952 COLOMBIE" .. 8th May. 1952 21t Uy, 1952 •Not calling at Guadeloupe SAILING FROM BARBADOS TO EUROPE From Barbados. Arrives Sauthansplon "COLOMBIE" Hth April. 1952 23rd April. 1982 Db GHASSE' I9lh May. 1951 29th May. 1952 j "COLOMBIE" 1st June. 1942 13th June. 1952 s,.l. unit in Southampton Falme ti -enta of %  %  n|i.. %  %  I la aub.aetli.ni .,,1,1 .* peraona liabl.etreeriirva till* Bstna %  lid r-rdee. hi-e no ronlm ..fluy m in.ikmi[ BeMi %  rihed date*. BM U bakaj %  < i.nmed by letter lor auh delay Do You Suffer FROM A "Weak" Back? p.** .in.ng in ,t draft ..i l %  *sap i BMBcdtBBB hrina %  %  --. .1 voti (eel tired Clark. SI Mlcha. r c iirnsiAS .ul. hejdachv iih ILH gBB Ik -L-'k i n • IIAVI LABI.I Ill luis **• M -.,1 lAfJrs AMI II |0| MI v I'll -' tan Plantation. Hinldintr ... I l.vrr. Thai-, nhl re been rchjaf Chaat's Ki.!ii,'v.|.\,r Pint fui ove 'nil a e.iii..'i %  %  I 1 WHAT THEY SAY! i IBF m.T osrv evr i m -rfM11 F-ritish Honiiura>* Huricano Funcl lX>NDON In ihe House of CnmniiMi-o 20th February Mr. II. Hynd il hour. Accrington) asked the Secretary of State for the Colon u-s what part of the humenno fir granted to British Honduras 1931 U still outstanding. B whether this debt can now ancellcd in the Interests <>' i Colon > Mr Lyttclton replied No port of the hurricane loan Is outslanding. Outstanding onpitol and Interesl was rfmltte.1 by lh Ma i.'ivcrnmenl In 1949 -sVt'.P II. >l. IOVIS aV i O.. I I IIAiivnts. III \i isrvii: When you aic sure of your facts you can boast, and my boast is thai I am offering the best house al Hastings on the sea side as a guest house or small hotel. It stands on 9,~00 square feet of land and has (6) bedroom., with further possibilities and is in perfect order. Also the house railed "EYAREV1LLE" situate at Eagle Hall Itond which is built of 18 inch wall and has a galvanize roof and pine floors. It also has gallery, drawing, dining and breakfast rooms, (4) bedrooms, toilet and bath, and kitchen. Make an appointment to see them with — — — DAKCV A. eCOTT, Middle Street. Dial 2845. 5.3.52—2n VV/VW.V.'.V///V/ V/V.V ,.-,',•*;•,' I \< I ///tl/, VALVES 47C. Par lb. GALV. NAILS WATERPROOF ROPE GARDEN HOES GARDEN RAKES 72c. P' ">• 72c. •• 30c. aaea To Mothers who cannot feed their babies Don't worry! Cow's milk can be prepared so thai the youngest baby can digest it without irouhlc. The addition of Robinson's 'Patent' Barley prevents ihe milk forming large elOU in baby stomachs, making it easy for the delicate digestive organs to do ihcu work thoroughly whilst getting ihcm ready to digest heavier I.HKI. later m life That's why wise nurses and mothers always use Robinson's 'Patent'Barley. ROBINSON'S •PATENT BARLEY //.•. %  and many morv HIH'.l/VS ul G. W. HUTCHINS0N & CO. LTD. | Painter Treated For Iiijun-d Haird UONED YEAH WOOD. 21-yosuUl punte. of Burke'* Village 8a. oseph, was treated by Dr W. H. E Johnson yeslerday Iff .m injury to his right hand which he received when he fell from hilucyrlo MSI Jotf Uivei on Wel%  -. : .i. He was knocked off hi" %  ycle liv catMM overhaasting i passing ELECTROLUX i BO 0* OOBBaaaOafMpV MEMBEHS r %  nt Dmsion teims eng; %  d 1 playing HA FA flxti • Kensingtou are i %  %  in, d thai .i SIIUFM VKFI riabeasn eqgaged for the season to be present at these fixture* to camoutanv EMERGENCY repair* to th< l..—ts of playIQ-DAY'S .NEWS FLASH HI OFFER . Cavalier Hand Painted JufB FALCON VTAVRF Made In England 4 I'l Capacity — B6.MI in .Mm each PI.ASTK BY THE YARD a several CoftMra SSON ST4TIONBBT ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS %  IULS. CURIOS ARTS TBKDaUlOa, 8EDAS. JOTaOLU Y ABTISTICAB OtTsUOtUDADBa. TRAID08 DB LA INDIA CHINA BJLTTO THANI'S Pr. Was. Bry. St. Dial S44W 3 8 j 0 B OO BMya>0 0 0 0 0 W//.V//. QLASSWARE pay HI CENVmVU. I MIHUIII M put th-' (Corner Broad A Tudor Street*! 'A'-'-'.v.v.'A'.'.'-*.'.*.'.*.'-'.''."' NEXT WEEK IS M ARGARINE WEEK Several Dollars Per Month by Cooking with MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE SAVE The Refrigerator which ten year. ni:o caused the Bajan (uok to exclaim %  "lley Hey I Looka Fia nick ice!" is h **#•#• a if a in ... in full force just in time to meet the needs of those who cannot nvail themselves of the electruili supply in Ihe near future. These machines are for operation nn kerosene oil, natural sits or electricity nnd are available in 4'/a ub. ft. nnd 7 cuh. ft. inriflels. HOOk Ol Its SOW TIII: i >n MA sin. co. I'lanl.iliiinBuilding