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ESTABLISHED 1895

PINAY GIVEN VOTE
OF CONFIDENCE AS

GAULLISTS SPLI

60-Year-Old Premier
Bids For Coalition

PARIS, March 7,

inay began to search
d indications that the
at least as difficult as
ay surprised both his
gnt when the National

France's new Premier, Antoine P
at 8.30 G.M.T. for his Ministers ami
task of forming a Cabinet might be
his investiture. Sixty-year-old Pin
political friends and enemies last ni
Assembly approved him as the nation’s fifteenth post-war
Premier by a 324 to 206 vote. His success was due to 27 votes
of Gaullists who refused to heed their chief General Charles
De Gaulle’s orders.

Antoine Pinay, swept into office
as Premier by this surprise split
in De Gaullist ranks, last night
faced the harder task of getting
together a Conservative Coalition
Cabinet which the French Par-
liament would accept.

Hydro-Electric
Scheme Goes On
Well In St. Vincent

His Honour W
ministrator of St

Pinay’s Cabinet, the twentieth
in France since the Liberation,

. F. Coutts, Ad-
would be the first coalition of the

- Vincent is now

Right. Perhaps that explained| in Barbados on a_ short. visit
the absence of ulation as to] awaiting the S.S Golfito for Eng-
who might be called to fill it.| land where he wiil be going on

Pinay himself declared he had no| leave for about six months.
plans, saying: “I will consult my

é He arrived yesterday morning
friends.” by the Lady Rodney accom.
Earlier in his policy state-'!panied by his wife and two

ment to Parliament which pre-
ceded his confirmation by an
11—vote margin as Premier he
hinted he would probably keep
Schuman in the post of Foreign
Minister,

Observers thought that wartime
Premiers Reynaud and Dala
might also get posts.

Revolt

._ De Gaulle meanwhile
internal revolt of his political
group. None could say yet just
how serious it was, but 27 of his
supporters flouted his lead by
voting Pinay to Premiership.
‘Two had gone further and openly
resigned to show their disagree-
ment with De Gaulle’s policy.

“The General will hold a press
conference on Monday,” was all
they would say.

If De Gaulle who peovients:

handled his yy with almost
mili * stipe deeides to
infow coe the dissentients who

voted for Pinay, he will cut his
party’s strength in the Assembly
to 90 leaving the Communists

children, and is staying at the
Sea View Guest House.

Mr. Coutts said that the Col-
onial Development Corporation
hydro-electric scheme in St.
Vincent is going on quite well and
they are hoping to have every-
thing finished by about October.
The scheme will fupply electricity
to Kingstown, eorgetown, and
the Windward side of the island
generally,

_He said that there is the pos-
sibility of erecting a central
arrowroot factory towards the end
of the year. It will be situated
near Colonnarie on the wind-
ward coast and when completed,
it will be powered by the hydro-
electric scheme.

With regard to housing he
said that quite a lot has been
done for aided self help housing
schemes for the rural areas. The
last_ one just completed is the
slum clearance near Mt, Bentinck
sugar factory, the only sugar fac-
tory on the island.

During Mr, Coutts absence from

faced

with 100 deputies as the largest) the colony, Mr. C. B. Gibbs,
group in the House. Few thought Assistant Administrator is acting
he would go so far as that. Administrator.

The rebel wing of General
Charles De Gaulle’s Rally of the
French People whose votes last
nighf gave the Premiership to
Moderate Conservative Antoine
Pinay have no intention of quit-
ting their party, one of them told
United Press today.

No Foundation

“There is talk of a spiit—but
there is no foundation for that”
Pierre oe “_ ailate at doe
support Pinay but 01 \O~
ing so for the spoils of office
never crossed our minds,” he
added.

“The fact that we voted for
Pinay does not mean we are
leaving the pasty.” But two of
the 27 “rebel” voters have already |
resigned. One of them, Fred-
erik Dupont, said in his letter of
resignation: “I consider the de-
cision of the Party to vote against
Pinay so grave in its consequenc-
es for France that I can no longer
associate myself with it,”

After heated Se agg of pe

arliament: group, the majori-
= of Gaullists had .decided to March 7.
abstain in the investiture vote] More than 275 persons were in-
because they felt that Pinay had} jured last night, 32 of them seri-
not gone far enough in his pro-|ously, when a huge section of
posals for constitutional changeS.|:emporary stands at an ice show



Rowallan Delayed :
Scouts Disappointed

ANTIGUA, March 7,
Lord Rowallan was expected in

his flight has been delayed 24
hours.
* .

Yesterday three scouts, Ronald
Banes, James Michael and Dennis
Bowers accepted tremendous dis-
appointment with a i

Every effort to obtain passages
to send them to the Jamboree in
Jemaica failed. Finally they were
taken to Coolidge Field in hc pes of
getting even one seat but they had
no luck,

275 Injured

BALTIMORE, Maryland,

*





Reasons for the rebels’ support collapsed.
of Pinay are believed to be:! « massive section holding about
1. objection of their electors to/ eo, men, women and children!

association with the Com, .crashed a few minutes before the

riol opening of an ice skating exhibi-

their
munists in the Opposition. 2
desire to show President Au



t a rity without the|tion ‘under the promotion of Sonja
Socialists is gn a Henie, former Olympic ——
—vU.-P. —UP.



Superior U.N. Tactics
Hold Reds At Bay

‘ WASHINGTON, March 7,
Russia’s MIG and United Nations F86 Sabres are bat-
tling in a 70-mile stretch of Korean air space between the
Yalu and Chongchun Rivers which seems likely to remain
No Man’s Land. : ;
It is doubtful whether either jet force under to-day’s
conditions could drive out or destroy the other.

oa “Badly ~ outnumbered Sabre
forces however have kept suffi-
cient control in the Yula~Chong-
chun area to prevent Red air
activities from hindering United
Nations air and ground operations
against Communist ground forces.
That meets the classic require-
ments of air superiority,

Noi enough credit can be given
to the pilots of two Sabre wings.
‘he Fourth and Fifty-first, who
have been carrying the battle to
the M.I.Gs. against odds ranging
| from one to three to one to six.
| Their superior tactics and train-
ing nas been the major factor in
overcoming Communist numeri-
cal superiority They also have



yf








capitalized fully on defects in Red

tactics—failure in combat to keep

the altitude advantage

| Sabre pilots mostiy are in their
“Hello, Meteorologica early twenties, not long out of
Office? Could you please tre schools. But they are
give me the exact times...?”’ led by veterans of World War II.

—U.P.



Antigua today from Jamaica but !Q—684

B.T.CisSpring
Big Sweep
Drawn

Several persons
Turf Club Officials,
and holders of tickets and
other interested parties were
in the Grand Stand at the
Garrison Savannah yesterday
afternoon, when shortly after
4 o'clock the draw for the

including

Big Sweep of the B.T.C’s]

Spring Meeting began.
The meeting ends to-day,

HORSES DRAWN

A—4361, 9202, 6387,
B—4177, 1581, 3591.
C—2267, 9609;

D—6550, 2080, 7471.
E—8284, 7541, 8490.
F—4575.

G—6721,

J—0814, 6260, 3827, 7448.
K—4915,

L—7900, 5512, 8778, 2880.
M—3877, 1407.
|N—6470, 8431,
jO—0195, 6105,
P—1127, 4677.

, 7286,

9991.
8227.

U—7505, 4438,

V—5754, 1658

W—2214, 3898.

X—7406,

Y—2460.

Z—0679, 7839, 7414.

AA—3132,

BB—1763, 0481, 8551.

CC—4290;

EE—5882, 9054, 9247, 7729, 8872,
7424

FF—3164.
GG—6612.
YTH—17796, 6405, 4966, 5444.
MORRIS SKINNER,
J, D. CHANDLER
BOVELL & SK E,
per H.R. LEACH,
7th March, 1962.

60 OTHER PRIZES

A—8982, 8256, 9506,
C—4036, 9996, 0149.
D—2643, 7129.
E—6089, 6665, 1850.
F—5045, 7602,
G—9761.
H—8805, 7322, 5009.
I—3323, 4247, 9842, 0010, 0609.
J—7726.
K—3515, 8773.
M—0104.
O—0158, 4265.
P—2330, 3655, 5200.
4

1944.
2267, 3304,

R—8086, 5689, 6576, 1695 |

T—7420.

U—1832, 8996.

V—0263.

W—0863, 1987, 3005.
Y—5762, 5218, 5839, 0567.
Z—4780, 3937.

BB—4277.

CC—0630, 4142, 1179, 0317
DD—5259, 6031.
EE—6935, 4243.

GG—-4534, 8537.
MORRIS SKINNER,





J. D. CHANDLER
BOVELL & SKEETER,
per H. R. LEACH,
7th March, 1952,

P *
Rocks Substituted
For Watches

NEW YORK, March 7.

Police and airlines officiais
sought Friday to determine how
nine cases filled with rocks, won
ingots, and cardboard boxes were
substituted for $23,000 worth of
watches in an air freight ship-
ment to Switzerland.

The deception was discovered
when one of the cases was broken
while being unloaded yesterday
from a National Airlines Plane.
Brown rocks tumbled out and the
suspicious handler of the cargo
notified Customs officials.—(U.P.)

®y . .
Churchill Will
Present F.A. Cup

LONDON, March 7.

Prime Minister Winston Church-
ill will present the Football As-
sociation’s cup to the winning
team at the soccer cup final here
May 3, it was announced.

The cup is normally awarded by

the sovereign but the Queen will] y

still be in mourning for her fath-
er. This will be the first time the
Prime Minister has awarded the
cup, the mest coveted prize in
British soccer.—(C.P.)



Notonite Carries Top

Notonite carries top weight at
the third day of the B.T.C. Spring
Meeting today. Following are the
handicap

Race No. 18
(March Handicap)

TIBERIAN LADY 107 Ibs.
SLAINTE ...... 112 ,,
FLIBUXCE ......... 113 |
PEPPER WINE ....., 115 |,

sellers}







SATURDAY, MARCY §,



|
|

MR. E. F. H. de VRIENDT, new Secretary
of hisetwo-day visit to Barbados at a Press
Trinidad to-day.

Personal. Contact
| More Effective
Than Correspondence

MR. E. F. H. de VRIENDT, new Secretary General of
the Caribbean Commission, told a Press Conference at
Hastings House yesterday that as Head of the Secretariat
of the-Commission, he will “endeavour to establish as much
a8 possible personal contact between senior members of
the Secretariat and leading officials from the local terri-
tories,” because he believed that far more could be achieved
by short personal conversations than by any large amount
of correspondence. *

Mr. de Vriendt succeeded Mr,

Lawrence Cramer as Secretary
General of the Caribbean Commis-

sion on the Ist of January, 1952,
and is paying his first visit to

Barbados for the specific rarpee
on His

of making courtesy calls

General of the Caribbean



eH ,

Bevan Calls
_ “High Court”





Excellency the Governor, Heads|| ~ LONDON, March 7.

of local Government Depart- Bont civiaes 3 Pe, ee
ments and. other loading pune a io bettie den ‘or é
personalities, over whose ing- a, ‘ a P gg
ness to co-operate he is very Rint Gh, s., .
éppreciative. He also took the Left Ma jemen' ee an:
opportunity to review with ft-wing rebel Aneurin
George Seel, British Co-C! Bevan in Britain's most

dramatic political storm of

man, the highlights of the acti the last decade.

ties of the Commission.

Of Dutch nationality, the Bevan struck a surprise
new Head of the Central Secre- por last net by demand-
tariat at Kent House, Port-of- pe ina call to |
Spain, is of sturdy build, and Pant Secretary Morgan
just over six feet tall. He speaks hillips, an immediate meet-
English almost without accent, ing of the Labour National
and has had some twenty-six|| Executive — the — Party’s
years’ experience in Secretarial High Court”—to debate the

present issue,

work and management, The issue boiled over in

Mr. de Vriendt is keenly inter-

ested in the field of activities|} Parliament ednesday
which the Commission has un~ ber Bevan and 56 other
dertaken to look after, and lays ae ri ted the
great emphasis on the “regional|| ficial Party hip and

roach”

inter-related in man respects,
and in which connection he feels
t Caribbean Commission can
be very helpful.

Since taking i his appoint-
ment in early Jan ;
Vriendt visited Puerto Ric
he attended the conference on
Industrial Development of the
Caribbean Area, and the Report
of that Conference together with
the recommendations of the dele-
gates there, will be published in
the next issue of the Commis-
sion’s Monthly Information Bul-

letin,
Fisheries Talk



School-girl
Killed On Spot!

old |
girl of Paynes Bay, St.
James, was killed on the spot at!
about 8.15 a.m, yesterday when

Audrey Atwell, a ten-year
school

she was knocked down by the
molagses lorry M-1595 under a

(stand
pipe at Paynes Bay.
Mr. de Vriendt told the Con- The lorry was driven, by Eric

ference that the next point on the Cumberbatch of Black Rock, St.
@ On Page 7- Michael, who, it is alleged,’ lost

control of the lorry while an-
COMING HERE



other lorry was overtaking him
It Tan into the guard wall of the
standpipe b down part of
it and hever stopped travelling
towards Speightstown until it
was @bout 250 feet from the

scene of tne accident,

The little girl, in the company
of her three cousins Norma, Leon
and Dennis Reid, had gone to
the pipe to draw water, Dennis
was struck on his foot by a piece
of the broken wall and was taken
'o a doctor. Audrey Atwell’s
bucket was crushed.

mortem examination
was held later during the day by
Dr. A. C. Kirton,

Milkmaid Trampled

PARIS, March %,
Christiane Pruvost,
milkmaid was injured Friday
when she tried to prevent he;
prize cow from meeting “Rodolpe”
a handsome three-year-old bull.
The cow “Agra Agrae” was
just returning from her morning





THE EARL OF MUNSTER
the new Under-Seeretary of
State for the Colonies.

Lord Munster
Coming Here

a

Lord Munster, Parliamentary |ioth when she met Rodolpe i
Under Secretary of State, who the main corridor of the "Pack
has special responsibilities in the

Agricultural Show, Miss Pruvost
was trampled when she tried to
area|Keep the animals apart,

Colonial Office for West Indian
and Caribbean matters
to make a short visit to uP



. *
sary for him to ab- Fatal Accide
sence from the United nt
to two months and he not ‘From Our Own Correspondent)
the ANTIGUA, March 7.

therefore be able to visit all
He

colonies in the area.
on this occasion to it the
Bahamas, Jamaica,
British Guiana and Barbados.

At 4 am, today a fatal acci-
dent occurred on Gray’s Farm
Road when 88-year-old Arms-
trong Cobbins was knocked down

He will be accom; we his|by a car owned by the Assistant
Private Secretary, . EB. West|/Colonial Secretar y, Edgar
of the Colonial Office, Mr. S. B.|Edwards and driven by Victor

the Carlyle. Cobbins was ‘admitted

Secretary of State, in charge of
the West Indian Department of the
Colonial Office, will accompany
him on his visit to the Bahamas
and Jamaica.

to Hospital and died within
an hour. An inquest was started
and adjourned die. Carlyle
has been arrested and charged
with manslaughter. "

Tie ?

Conference at Hastings



Commission, discussing the purpose
House yesterday, He returns to

‘Quake Stops

All Traffic

TOKYO, Mare), 7
arthquakes shook Central
srupting traffic and com-
ations and Starting land-

Two e¢
Japan di
munic
slides

The Quake was telt over a dis-
tance of more than 350 miles—.
from Tokyo and Yokohama, south.
west to Okayama,

The National Railroad suspend-
ed traffic between Kanazawa and
Fukui after the second and strong-
er shock at 10.44,

Quakes struck hardest at Kan-

azawa 200 miles northwest of
Tokyo. This afternoon the quake
blacked out Toyama about 150
miles northwest of Tokyo. A
landslide covered rail tracks be-
tween Ushiya and Hosorogi.

Clocks stopped in Nagoya.

The
Central

Meteorological Observa-
tory in Tokyo reported this
afternoon that the quake was
centred in the Sea of Japan.
e oa —_— more train con-
inw its trip to northern Japan
to take food and blankets to Ku.
shiro shaken by a severe quake
on Tuesday. Kushiro is q seaport
on northeastern Hokkaido.
Government listed 27 dead from
Tuesday’s shock. U.P.

POLICE HUNT
‘TWO GUNMEN

TORONTO, March 7,
One of the greatest manhunts
in Toronto's ry continued
Friday for two gunmen who shot
down two City etectives, grave-

ly wound one
Police
as a material witness,
on vagrancy char,
attempted m
against the two men.
Sergeant of Detectives Edmund
Tong was shot through both lungs
as he and Detective ‘geant Roy
Perry stopped two men for ques-
tioning yesterday His condition
was reported fair. Sgt. Perry
was shot through his right arm
and wrist. He also is in fair
condition.—CP)

warrants



Canadian $ Holds |

Premium OverU.S.5 ©.

The Canadian dollar held a
States dollar in New Yorie on

carried it to 1001/32 cents

business and it held that lev

Earlier this week the Canadian
dollar was at a premium but held
at that level for only a few min-
utes before dropping back to par-
ity.
Brior to this week the Canadian
dollar had not sold at a premium
here since 1938.

New York bankers attributed
the strength of the Canadian dol-
lar to investment buying.

There has been an increasing
amount of for investment in
the Dominion which has brought
a greater demand for Canadian
funds.-—CP)



U.N. Beat Off

Counter Moves

8TH ARMY HEADQU 4RTERS,
Korea, March 7
A hard-fighting band of U.N
infantry-men killed or wounded
several Communists.

They then went on to another
position nearby where Reds were
stronger. After a 70-minute battle
in which Communists counter-at-
tacked three times, the attacking
unit reported 15 to 40 Communist
soldiers killed and 30 wounded.

On the Central Front another

patrol fought Communists, then
withdrew.
Elsewhere light patrol action

was reported. Communists con-
tinued to batter United Nations’
positions with artillery and mort«:
fire.

On the Eastern Front more thin
1,500 rounds were fired by Reds
against United States and South
Korean marine units.—U.P.



Weight

EMBERS ....... 109 , FUSS BUDGET ...... . Race No, 20
NOTONITE 73). |! 133 Race No. 19 (St: Ann's Handicus)
LONWAyS sieeeth 126 (Wm. Bowring Memorial BETSAM ..., 128 lbs
FIRELADY |...... 122 Handicap) VONWISE 97 ,,
é DUNQUERQUE ...... 101 lbs. COTTAGE 98 ,,
DASHING PRINCESS 113 , Aporno ~~” 109 TWINKLE ||". .: 105 |.
Oreae oe ie’ 118 ,,° MAY DAY.” 87 ;. JOAN’S STAR ..|| 104 |)
mae 111 » MARY ANN 130 DIADEM .. 115
E rete eeseeeee 106» §COLLETON 109 |, BILLY BOY | i’,
FLYING DRAGON .. 106 ~«C« OATCAKE 114, ROSETTE ie ae vet
YASMEEN ......... 138” CROSS BOW 130 || BLUE DIAMOND 121 |,
LANDMARK Spee “Tee ar aad 126 » -GAVOTTE .....00... -180 2




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‘ENTS



ve

Latin America
Is Vital Part Of
Western Defence

WASHINGTON, March 7,
Truman in a report on the United States Mutual Secur-
ity Programme told Congress that Latin America is “an
integral and vital part of the free world,” but its ability to
bolster the common defence is hampered by economic



weaknesses.
The M.S.A. report said: “In-
flationary pressures even though

| Reds Bid For






































they 7" have been accom panied
by a ~— increase in the real W : X
income Musses OF the people | | T
have been an important Gace or € ruce
contributing to popular dissatis- PANMUD M, Korea, March 7
faction, This dissatisfaction which| , otiators made ‘an
has been expressed mainly in in~ }., ' to. ould
creased demands for social Ur i i ¢ Cor
reforms hag strengthened Tee thitidiorer code
tion to present governments— » | ‘0! . ee ee
situation which has been exploit eerie under the scope
ed by militant Leftists including |2! the Kore Aeaee. Serer
Communists, a
The review detailed the activi The Red proposal if accepted
ties of the M.S.A. Technical As- ud be interpreted as assuring
sistance Programme which _ is | for y part of any territory
handled in Latin America by th ceupied by forces now in Korea
Rawiete of Inter - American | ‘h tion ‘that would be
S. u in Koréa by the truce.
Recalling that Congress author- ;
ized $21,300,000 during the pres- Red manoeuvre came in
ent Fiscal Year for technical aid sion n Item Tit of the
to Latin America, the President's |!ruce supervision when Communist
report said: “On a broad and | Staff Office asked the Allies to
diverse front, Inter-American pro-jaccept their version of the para-
jects have been improving health ph pertaining to the Naval
and sanitation as indispensable | blockade of Korea
parts of a programme to strength - Chief . United Nations Staff

en this Hemisphere and raise the
standard of -living.”

Officer Colone Don O'Darrow
to me what they
to stretch the
ment to any place
forces in Korea
inder their

iid seems

vir to is to

Highly Significant

The President made it clear that
this aid is regarded as high];
significant in plans for the defence i
of the Hemisphere,

The report pointed out that
“military equipment made avail ,
able to other American Republics | ‘hat _ would

v4 will put at the disposa){ North Korea to put
of our sister republics, means to \usti
carry out more effectively their ;
own commitments under th
Inter-American treaty systern
An incidental but important ad
vantage will be that in the eve:
of conflict the United States wil!
be relieved to a substantial ex
tent of the necessity of using it
own forces in certain areas im
portant to the defence of the}
Hemisphere.” }

Truman pictured all of the Far
East as under the shadow of Com- |
munism and said that Red China |
is waging physical and psycho-
logical warfare against the Allies. |
He said only North American |
assistance can continue to “con-
tain” this

where
: ul ‘ 1 €
1 what Pu
sh said
iolation for
blockade

» fron
el Pu Shan)
it be
ili

UP.

U.N. PLANES
CUT. RAILS

PANMUNJOM, March
1 Airfor thter bombers
hanging clouds
Cr unist iil lines
1 lery itions in
\ Korea
Cloud

er of sorties fic
F.80 Shooting
intl-aircraft

112 Red s

Fift ;
lived throu
o attack

J I
the num-
n to-day to 200.

llenced two
and killed

ver limited

tars

itions





- | Shooting St also cut rails on
Meet Challenge the Saucon “ 1g Ine and
Truman said the U.S. had been | gostroved a ige north of
ompelled to meet the Soviet chal- | Oo), 49 Ma * 44 Corsairs
lenge in the form of subversion,! joctroved a motive on Sar-
Revolution and, in Korea, “un | \o) 7 if] lines
veiled military aggression” adding) © 64) ded ‘two toad
that the United States has had to} pris i maged
employ an equal variety of mea- d 121 =
sures to deal with these move: U.P.

and citing political, economic and |
military manoeuvres 6n the part!
of the United States He said}

eg Piston. . Loronation May Be

Held May 1953



LONDON, March 7
j he Cor aLic gueen Eliza-
th might take place in May next
ir ac rding to Press predic-
d ti lwwspaper said such
an vent “is bound to
lated in som way to the
NEW YORK, March 7, | Christian Calendar?
remium over the United | 1 t hat C r ihc might
ursday. The premium ke pluce or soon’ after the
shortly after the opening of! week beginning May 25th.
el through to late afternoon, | —U.P.



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FAGE TWO



Carub Calling

and MRS. W. W. WRIGHT

from Toronto, Canada,
were arrivals yesterday morning
by T.C.A., for a couple of weeks’
holiday and are staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

For Six Weeks

PENDING about six weeks’
holiday in Barbados is Mr.
Peter Wallbridge, Assistant Man-
of the Singer Sewing
hine Co., in Georgetown,
British Guiana. He arrived here
esterday morning by the Lady
Rodney accompanied by his wife
and two children and is sta

with his brother Mr. Pat
bridge of Ladymeade Gardens.

Travelling Salesman
R. ERIC TAYLOR, Travell-
: ing Salesman of Messrs.
J..N, Harriman and Co,, Lid,
returned from St. Vineent yes-
lay morning by the Lady
where he had been on a

ten day business visit.
While in St. Vincent
Taylor was able to play

games of tennis.

V the Islands
RRIVIN here yesterday
morning from St. Vincent

intransit for British Guiana was
Mr. F. H. Comber, Director of
Messrs, J. W. Potter and Co., Ltd.
Commission Agents. He has been
visiting the islands on a business
visit and will be opepains here
a couple of days ‘ore flying
back to his headquarters
Georgetown.

Mr. Comber is staying
Hastings Hotel.

Regular Visitor

N BARBADOS for a couple of
days’ holiday until ti: Lady
Rodney sails north are Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Hollander from Bal-
timore, Maryland, U.S.A. They
travelled out on the Rodney
which arrived here about two
nse ago and made the trip
t up to British Guiana. They
returned yesterday m and
are staying. ot the Crane Hotel.
Mr. ollander who is Presi-
dent of the Maryland Pharm-
aceutical Co., of Baltimore, is a
lar visitor to the island. He

id that he generally looks for-
cara to coming here because it
| yal. the best of all the islands in

e area,

St. Vincent Barrister
RRIVING by the Lady Rodney
yesterday morning from Si.
Vincent on a visit is Mr. R. M.
Cato, Barrister-at-Law, and
brother of Hon'ble Dr. A. S. Cato
of “Arndale,” Government Hill,
with whom he is staying.
Mr. Cato was accompanied by
his wife,

nN.

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all-

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ARTIE’S HEADLINE |

. ie s ‘Foreign
airs debate.’

On Holiday
VERONICA
who is attached to the Roseau
Hospital in Dominica, arrived here
on Thursday by the M.V. Caribbee
for about six weeks’ holiday. She

Iss THOMAS

is staying with Mrs.
of Tweedside Road.
PENDING two weeks’ holiday
ine Barbados are Mr. and Mre.
John Teixiera of British Guiana.

R. Thomas

They arrived on Thursday nignt
by B.W.LA. and are staying at

“Accra,” Roekley.

Mr. Teixiera is with the office
staff of Messrs. J. P. Santos,
Georgetown.

U.K. Director

A. IAN BIRKMYRE, Direc-
tor of the Gourock Rope
Work Co., Ltd. of Glasgow, left
for Trinidad yesterday by
B.W.LA. after a short business
visit here, He was accompanied
by his wife and they were staying

at the Marine Hotel.

U.S.Medico
Dp R. HiiLiGMAN, a private
medical practitioner from
California, U.S.A., arrived here

yesterday morning by the Lady
Modney from Trinidad where ac
had been on a short visit. He ex-

:

pects to fly home as soon as he
could get passage.
Dr. Heiligman is staying at tas

Hastings Hotel.
First Visit
patina their first visit to the
island and staying for about
two months’ holiday are Dr. Ken-
neth N. Wray, D.D.S. of George-
town and Mr, Nathaniel Mayhew-
Hinds, Directoy of the
B.G. Soap and Works Ltd. They
morning by the
Lady Rodney and are staying at
the Cosmopolitan Guest House.

“The Wandering
Wainwrights”

R. AND MRS. TIBI WAIN-

WRIGHT, familiarly known
as “the Wandering Wainwrights”
are now back in Barbados for a
holiday staying until May. They
arrived. yesterday morning by the
L4dy Rodmey after spending six
weaks in Tobago.

Mr. Wainwright, a retired manu-
facturer from Montreal said that
while in Tobago, he took a number
of photographs.

While here, the Wainwrighis
are staying at Bush Hill House,
The Garrison.

Intransit
MONG the passengers arriv-
ing by the Lady Rodney yes-
terday morning from Trinidad
was Mr. Clive St. Croix who is
intransit for St. Lucia where he
intends to go into business.
While here, he is staying at the
Sosmopolitan Guest House.



Rupert and ne Pounet—€



Mise Lavender quickly finds
what she i# seeking, “And will
you take it in the box?’ she asks.
“* Well, Mummy senc this basket,"
Rupert says, “and | think I'd
rather take it im thas.” “* "
smiles the little lady, * That gives
me an excuse to open the box ana

have a last look at it, and you
shall put it on so that | can see
what it looks like when it is worn.

your head's smaller than
your Mummy’ 's, but it looks won-

derfully smart."’ ‘Golly! I'm
ad | don't have to wear any-
like thie every day!"
| s Rupert.



BY THE WAY ee « By Beachcomber

*T T was believed,” says a sim-
: ple sentence, “that the ele-~
phant had been stolen.” It was

ly being led to some

“fence”, who was expecting noth-
ing biger than a saucepan or a
silver tray.

| I knew a man who tried to
Bmuggle an elephant out of the
country. The seene in the Cus-
toms shed at Dover was remark-
able, The beast got away and was
reported making for London. An
enormous trap was baited with
rice pudding on the
bankment, and a man spent the
hight in the bushes, calling softly:
“Tiny! Tiny!” He said he was the
elephant’s owner, and that he
‘would recognise it by a small wart
on the right leg. I don’t know why
T tell you this.

The scientific approach
rn aene of marriage, I see
that someone is claiming
that a young couple should be
able to judge the chances oe a
happy or unhappy ma’ by
ing each other's lbade
writing! Those who are too busy
to write letters should submit a
line or two of shorthand to each
other. If they marry, in spite of
the irrefutable evidence of their

handwriting that they are incom

ble, the marriage sho
the other hands by some
e other iy ae strange

chance they are happy in sp

NOW IN

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POTTERS FABRICS 36”
FLOWERED PRINTS 36”

their handwriting, the Govern-
ment should take powers to com-
pel each to develop a new style of
handwriting under expert tuition,
and to report twice weekly to:the

Regional Faychologtat
Hospitality ty——and
something more
Mr. Sutton, I uest ”
plate for a secone mtton ofthe

beetroot ? This is Li
Hall, Mrs, Rel, Pray take more

sauce, and pass the bottle to Mr.

PASSING OUT PARADE

Chulgrove. Will those who —
such extras as tastipaste
nerebutta with tomorrow's ren
fast please enter their names in
block letters im the catering book
in the lounge?

This ig a typical mealtime
conversazione at Mrs, McGurgle’s
establishment, and evidences the
atmosphere of ease and harmony
which makes that noted house
home from home.

(Advt.)

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Retired Businessman
N R, AND. MRS. W. C. COCH-|
RANE of Toronto, Canada,
O passed through here on the
Ledy Redney on its way South,|
arrived here yesterday morning
from Trinidad where they had

spent a short holiday. They have!
no come for a further holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Mr. Cochrane is a retired busi~
nessman from Toronto.

Back Again "
R. NEVILLE DUMMETT whe
was last here in 1950 is now
back again for a month’s holiday. |
An Accountant with Proctor ageé|
Gamble, Soap Manufacturers of |
Caracas, he travelled out from |
there on the Alcoa Cavalier to)
Trinidad where he remained for |
a couple of days before taking
the Lady Rodney which arrived
here yesterday morning.
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Like all rogues, he was a great
calumniator of the fair sex,
—Scott.

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‘Willy Toad Had an Odd Wish

—He Wanted to Turn Into a nar —

By MAX TRELL

“WILLY TOAD! What are you |
trying to do, climbing up in that |
tree?” eried Hanid in astonishment.

Knarf and Hanid, the two Shad-
ows, stood under the tree and gazed |
up at Willy who was sitting on a

‘branch, half-hidden by leaves.

“Come down here, Willy!” Knarf
called up.

“Oh no,” answered Willy from
the branch. “I like it up here. And
besides,” he said, “I’m about to be-
come a butterfly. That’s why I’m up
here.”

At this Knarf and Hanid were
more astonished than before. Seeing
that Willy wouldn’t come down, they
climbed up to his branch. Willy was
a toad. How could a toad become a
butterfly?

“It’s very simple,” said Willy
after Knarf and Hanid were sitting
on the branch beside him. “Anybody
can become a flutterby—I mean, a
butterfly. I know exactly how to do
it. And once you're a butterfly, ah,
what fun it is!

Don’t Have to Walk

“Once you're a butterfly,” Willy
went on, “you never have to bother
walking any more. If you’ve got any

| place to go—say to the grocery store

for a pound of butter—you just
flutter out of the window, then you

flutter down the road, then you flut-
ter aver the trees, and finally you

_| Hutter down the street, right into

the grocery store. It’s no trouble at
all for a butterfly to get a pound of

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Sut now can we become butter-
hes. Willy?”
‘OW Was anite willing to become one.

fianid said she wanted to learn

me a butterfly, too
; “Well,” said Willy : “Ti tell you
» just what todo. J got the rules from
eaterpillar Caterpillars, you
always turn into butterfles
ne to v do is to clint

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Knarf called te Willy to come out
of the tree.

with leaves. After that yoo spin
yourself a bed and go to sleep for
awhile. When you wake up, you’re
a butterfly!”

“All right—let’s do it!” Knarf
and Hanid both said eagerly.

Plenty For All

“Fine,” said Willy, pointing to
the leaves al! around them. “There’s
plenty for all of us. Let’s start
stuffing ourselves.”

Knarf took a bite of leaf. Hanid
took a bite of leaf. Willy took a
bite of leaf.

Then they all looked at each
other.

“Bitter,” said Knarf.

“Very sour,” said Hanid.

“Awful,” said Willy.

With that they all climbed down

asked Knarf, who by | the tree again, us fast as they could,

} “Pugh,” said Willy. “It’s too
|much trouble being a tterfly.
| What's wrong with walking to the
|grocery store if you need a pound
of butter? Everybody else does it.
if caterpillars want to turn into
| butterflies, let them do it. I’m going
tay a tond.’
Knarf and Hanid decided to stay

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SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952



Sugar
ixpert Gets
FAO Post

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 5.
Vr. Walter Scott, Consulting
ar Technologist, of Trinidad
London, well known in cane
far circles, has accepted an
ent from the Food and
riculture Organisation of the
ited Nations to render techni-
assistance to the Republic of
Salvador (Central America)
the development of its cane
far industry.

Wir. Scott will serve one
mber of a two-man _ team.
e@ other member will be an
momist. As a technologist,
+ Scott’s job will be to survey
equipment and processes of
country’s sugar mills, and to
ommend ways and means for
yrovement. While coffee is El
yvador’s number one crop,
far is also of primary impor-
te in the economy of the
ntry.
lis initial visit for a period of
woximately four months. He
as to leave for El Salvador in
near future.

fr. Scott’s recent report
: Industrial Utilization of
far Cane By-Products, pre-
ed for the Caribbean Com-
sion, has gained attention in
@r-cane producing areas
and the world. The Commis-
i has released a _ French
tion, and many requests for a
mish edition have been re-
red.

as

on



1952 Hopeful
For Guadeloupe

he year 1952 has opened very
efully for primary education
Guadeloupe. The reports that
Struction is to start right
ty on three new rural schools,
situated at Baie-Mahault, an-
gr at Trois-Rivieres, and yet
ther at Gosier. Then there
© be a boys’ school at Morne-
Eau, with room for fifteen
$es, and a school to accom-
late twelve classes to be built
3t. Louis on Marie Galante, a
endency of Guadeloupe. Ac-

ly the cornerstone for the
me-a-l'Eau school was laid
y in January—a few days

© the opening of another new
dol in the St. Marie district
Capesterre. This new school
Capesterre is a boon, the
dren of the St. Marie district
viously having had to make
te a journey into the town to
md school. In addition to
ze new buildings, other ex-

tions are reported. In_ St.
le three new classes have
m opened. For the present,

te classes will work part time,
h curricula reduced to essen-
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LONDON, Feb. 19. to the aggressiveness of the young if not altogether easily.

His ninth victory in England Trinidadian. . He won four fights, the last
in nine professional fights earns Yet Pompee might still be re- against the Cuban champion,
for 22-year-old Trinidad-born garded as just a “good prospect” Raou. Ochoa, and was nominated
Yolande Pompee the title if it were not for his sensational as challenger for the Trinidad and
“Sportsman of the ‘week.” Thé victory achieved at Harringay in West Indies titles held by Gentle
latest victim ,of the two fisted November. In seven rounds he Daniel.
terror from the West Indies was compelled the retirement of Dave The contest was staged in San
Dutchman Willie Schagen.. who Sands, Australia’s Empire middle- Fernando—the home town of
was forced to retire, the Tefree weight title-holder. This victory cricketer Sonny Ramadhin by the

stopping the fight, in the tenth
and final round at Harringay on

‘Tuesday.
These victories, although not
numerically impressive, have

nevertheless established the beau-
tifully built, good looking Pom-
pee as leading contender for the
Empire cruiser-weight title held
by Battersea’s Don Cockell. For
eight of them have been inside
the distance. Yet the amazing
part is that Pompee has had only
three years amateur and profes-
sional experience,

He arrived in England
dast year having won the crulser-
weight championship of the West
Indies after only six fights.
Little could he have guessed the

early





sent his stock soaring and confirm-
ed that here was a champion of
the future.

As a boy in Trinidad, Pompee
excelled in all sports—except box-

ing. As a fast bowler, he was
always liable to run through a
side. As a footballer, he played

successfully in all positions except
goalkeeper, and as a basket-ball
player, he was above average.

It was not until he was 19 that
he was persuaded to enter the
ring. And then it was only sup-
posed to be a temporary entrance.

Whitlen Semper, the West
Intercolonial amateur
champion, wanted a sparring part-
ner, and with no one else avail-~
able, Pompee agreed to fill the bill,

Indies





‘way—and for the first and only
time in his career to date Pompee
failed to win. He was beaten on
points over fifteen rounds. But
such was the merit of lis perform-
ance that a return match was
arranged and this time Pompee
reversed the decision.

Local opposition having ‘been
exhausted, Pompee decided to
come to England. But not with-
out giving Daniel an opportunity
to regain his title. Again the fight
went to the fifteenth round but
this time Pompee applied the fin-
ishing touch with a K.O.

His early fight n
showed him to be a
promise, He hac a natural aggres-
sive spirit and a damaging right

Englaxw’
boxer of



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Paris Vewsletter
Three-flat Picasso
Comes Back
To Fight

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By SAM WHITE 66 99
PARIS:
Pain Pablo Picasso is in
trouble, on two fronts—with the

Paris housing authorities and the




French Royal Academy, the
Beaux Arts. : ‘
Picasso owns three flats in y N any .
Paris, cll of which the Paris! (BRITAIN’S HEST HISCUITS)
Municipality threatens to requi-)
sition or the grounds that he
lives the year in his house in "
Vallauris in the South of France. ALL L ADING STORES
Picasso iNionaire Communist, J A
has come to Paris to fight the
issue.
As for the Beaux Arts they
are worried about Picasso’s pur-
chase near Vallauris of a seven-
teenth century chapel which he
threatens to convert into an anti-
religiou museum. They have
asked the Government to class-
ify the chapel as an _ historical

monument

£1,200 Job

A £7 10s. a week lorry driver CHEESELETS
from the Midlands has just
joined Unesco in an important
capacity

What does he do? In his own
words: “I just fill inkwells all
day hd every day. Inkwells
galores I don’t know what they
do with all that ink in there. I
reckon they must drink it.”

What does he get ? £1,20C a
year, including allowances and PLAY xX
all tax free

They said It

QUOTES OF THE WEEK:
Attorney-General Str Lionel
Heald on Vishinsky “Not a TWIGLET Et Et
good House of Commons man,” CG C.
Former French Premier M.
Pleven: “There are plenty of
French politicians eager to break
eggs, but few who can make an
omelette” Mistinguett on the
eternal mystery of her age 1
“Please don’t ask me how old I
am. Let’s say [I am 123 and

leave, it at that” A critic on film
Star “Jean: Marais’s performance
in the Racme classic Britannicus
“Tt was like Ivor Novello trying
to play Hamlet.”

Reward tor Service
ACTOR Pierre

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Brasseur, star-|
ring the Sartre’s play God and
the Devil, rewarded his plum-
ber after a speedy repair job
with a free ticket for the show
When he received the bill it read
“Four hours spent at the theatre
at master plumber rates 1,200
francs, cloakroom and programme |
—150 franes, transport to theatre |
and return by Tube—120 francs. |

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BARBADOS | SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952

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Saturday, March 8, 1952 er

pilblidaehipeenicenakn as me
HOUSE OWNING Federation Be, per 100.
THE most fundamental need of human 7 d t
il ; : a ; Monday—Like everybody else this week
families, after bread, is a home. There is no IN spite of British Guiana’s is fairly sound and they are pro- Gl SER paneatini the cost. The way| ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Sure way of getting bread without work objection to joining a federation By H. O. HUSBANDS gressing slowly but steadily.



and there is no sure way of getting a home
without paying for it. These statements are
so obvious that anyone might be excused
for calling them platitudinous. Yet they
need emphasising in Barbados where the
mentality of getting something for noth-
ing is considered by many thoughtful
people to the increase. Wishful
thinking has got around to houses and
hopes have been raised that building soci-
eties can magically succeed where others
have failed to provide hemes.

The truth is that building societies can
help men and women to become their own
landlords. But they cannot wave magic
wands and present everyone with a home
next month for so many dollars a month.
The first misconception to be removed is
that building sécieties build homes. They
do nothing of the kind. They lend up to a
certain percentage of the total cost of a
home to approved borrowers, who can
satisfy the Society’s surveyors and direc-
tors as to their title deeds to a property on
which building is to take place or has
already taken place and their ability to
provide security for the money which is
loaned.

There is in existence in Barbados to-day
a building society which was formed a
short while ago and its experience con-
firms the comment made recently by Mr.
William Cash, of the Abbey National |

be on

Building Society of the United Kingdom, }

that the first requirement of a building
society is an accurate survey. No less than
nine out of ten applicants for loans from
the Barbados Building Society were dis-
covered to have something wrong with
their title deeds. Another applicant made
the mistake of beginning to build a house
on land where the ownership had not yet
been established and thereby increased the
fees which had to be paid before title deeds
could be procured. The onus of checking



title deeds rests with the society but no
building society here or in the United
Kingdom will advance money to intending
purchasers or builders of homes unless the
title deeds of the land and property are
legally valid.

In Barbados the building society does
not consider the absence of valid title
deeds any more than a temporary obstacle
but it is important that all those contem-
plating loans from the building society
should realise that clean title deeds are a
first essential. Another important pre-
requisite for the successful operation of a
building society in the opinion of Mr. Cash
is a Town and Country Planning Act.

A building society cannot afford to lend
large sums of money to an individual who
wants to buy a house in a certain neigh-
bourhood, unless it can be certain that an
oil storage tank or a pioneer industry will
not be established next door. Otherwise the
society would have no means of evalu-
ating a property and’no standards for de-
ciding how much can be loaned upon
houses of varying categories. Once these
two fundamental principles have been
established the operation of a building
society depends on the amount of money
available for loans.

In Great Britain in 1944 there were 817
permanent and 88 terminating building
societies, with 203,900 and 10,000 share
investors respectively. The share capital
of the permanent societies was £584,308,-
000 and of the terminating £919,000. Their
mortgage assets were £560,932,000 and
£900,000 respectively and their other in-
vestments £233,357,000 and £242,000.
Comparison between these societies and a
society in Barbados which has a capital of
approximately $10,000 would be ludicrous.

The first step to be taken here is for in-
tending home-owners to contribute to-
wards the building society which is already
in existence and increase its capital to a
size which will enable it to increase its
loans. All building societies are formed
with the object of raising by the subscrip-
tions of members’ funds, out of which to
make advances to members upon real
estate by way of mortgage. The advan-
tage is that everyone who joins may in
course of time become his own landlord,
The society in Barbados was formed to
promote this co-operative method of house-
owning. Its success depends on the support
it receives from people who want to own
theit homes.

Ike Returns To Paris
PARIS, March 7,
General Dwight Eisenhower returned
Friday night from a five-day military in-
spection tour of Greece and Turkey and

said he was highly encouraged by the
strength of Western defences in thosc

countries. He said “I found very fine spirit
and morale. I think they feel like the rest
of us that this work we are doing will mean
peace.”

The Allied Supreme Commander de-
scribed as satisfactory his talks with Greek
and Turkish military leaders. Eisenhower’s
party flew here from Naples where he con-
ferred with United States Admiral ‘Robert
B. Carney, Southern Commander of Atlan- |
tic Pact Forces and Italian officials.—U.P.

of the West Indies, the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has re-
cently invited that country to send
a representative to federation
talks which are to be held in Lon-
don in June.

Every West Indian will no doubt
follow with interest the stand
B.G. will take at the conference
if she sends a delegate to London

But the average Guianese is in-
different about federation and is
100 per cent. behind the legisla-
ture for objecting in principle to
B.G. being federated with the
West Indies. Following is a line of
argument that they adduce against
federation: é

B.G. is not convinced that she
has anything to gain from politi-
cal federation in the West Indies
and prefers to stay out of it until
at least a beginning has been
made, She is not satisfied that
there is the will among the lead-
ers to make federation a success.

There is a lot of squabbling
among politicians and they feel
that«the lack of unity of purpose,
and personal antagonism would
not help to make federation a
success. The major reason for their
objection is the granting of six
seats to B.G. as a federal colony
They contend that they must be
a basis of complete equality

on
with Trinidad and Jamaica.
Jamaica having 16 seats and

Trinidad nine—as compared with
B.G.’s six—would mean that those
two colonies would have absolute
power to do as they like

British Guiana says that she
has a lot of problems—drainage,
irrigation, sea and river defences,
development of industries—with
which the West Indies are com-
pletely unfamiliar. Her leaders
doubt that there is money in the
West Indies to develop. that
country, which is 83,000 square
miles in area or several times the
size of the West Indies. They want
population and it would take a
considerable sum of money to de-
velop the land in order so that
it could be beneficially occupied
by immigrants. They must be sat-
isfied that the money would be
forthcoming for development
work or else there would be no
point in joining the federation.
They could only hope to become a
Dominion later.

There is the question of conti-
mental destiny. There is a long
range policy not likely to be im-
plemented immediately but Brit-
ish Guiana has great expectations.
The idea is that a large stretch
of B.G. touches Brazil on the
South and Venezuela on the north
and there is hope for trade be-
tween these countries and B.G.



No U.K. Influence On
B.W.I. Federation

LONDON
The U.K. Government
never attempted to exercise any
influence on the Governments of
British West Indian
in order to
erate, the
declared,
The

Foreign Office has

Minister, Senor Manual
Galich, strongly denying that
the People’s’ United Party of
British Honduras,
opposing B. H.

Foreign

have that

territories
induce them to fed-

statement was made in a
Note delivered to the Guatemalan

which is
participation in
the proposed federation, is in any
way representative of the people

Development of this trade would
be a slow process, they realize,
but there has been a discussion
between the Governors of the
territory of Rio Branco and the
British Guiana territory and it is
likely that something fruitful
might be forthcoming.

We do not intend to be the
pawn in a game of leading West
Indian politicians” is a sort of
slogan. As the Guianese see it,
their main hope for development
lies in attracting American and
Canadian capital to develop the
interior of the country because in
the U.S.A. and Canada, there is
not only the capital, but the tech-
nical men required to do the job.

More than three quarters of the
country is under forest and it is

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

‘Let's ring u
Office and tei
een decided perely for
reasons of administrative
conrentence to appoint an
American.”

the Foreign
em that it’s



essential that they develop those
resources. They do not only want
saw milling; they want to manu-
facture ply wood, charcoal on a
large scale and paper pulp. The
Guianese argue that if they could
develop those industries, hydro-
electric power would facilitate
the creation of new industries and
provide employment for many
thousands of people, Such devel-
opment would require large capi-
tal which is not available in the
West Indies.

It is a popular Guianese view
that it would be difficult for West
Indians to appreciate the prob-
lems of British Guiana which are
so different from those of other
colonies. B.G’s financial position

“In the firs. place, it is alleged
the People’s United Party
‘represents the majority of the
total population of the territory
of Belize’ and, ‘is fighting for its
liberation from the British Colo-
nial system.’ The facts are that
the People’s United Party, which
was only founded in December,
1949, cannot in any way be re-
garded as representative of pub-
lie opinion in British Honduras;
on the contrary the people of
British Honduras have repeatedly
made it clear that it is their wish
to remain within the British
Commonwealth, which assures



them their security, their politi-
eal liberties and their freedom
from totalitarian forms of gov-
ernment, whether of Communist
or Fascist character.

of the Colony.

The Party has appealed to the
Conference of Central American
Foreign Ministers, which took
place in San Salvador last Octo-
ber, for help in its fight for “lib-

eration from the British Colonial
was for-
in a Guate-
the latest

system.” This appeal
warded to London
malan Note to which

British Note is a reply.

Britain still stands by its offer
to submit the Guatemalan dispute
over British Honduras to the In-
ternational Court of Justice, the

new Note says.

In Guatemala City, Senor Gal-
told reporters that he had
to which he
immediately,

ich
received the Note,
intended to reply
and added “The
Government stated on
27, 1947, that it was
accept the compulsory
tion of the International Court
of Justice, but took exception in
the case of the Belize problem.

“The British have not taken
cognisance of the Belize people’s
complaint against the plan to in-
clude them in the so-called Fed-
eration of the British Caribbean

Guatemalan

colonies. The British Note does
modify the question under

not
discussion and adds nothing new
to the previous British propos-
als.”

Here is the text of the British
Note delivered in Guatemala City
on February 19th, 1952:

“T have the honour under in-
structions from Her Majesty’:
Principal Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs to reply to You
Excellency’s Note of 23rd Octo
ber in which were

texts Of a letter to the ‘Presi-

dent of the Conference of Cen-”

tral American Ministers for For-
eign Affairs’, signed by three
members of the People’s United
Party of British Honduras; and
of a resolution approved by the
Preliminary Reunion of Minis-
ters for Foreign Affairs of Cen-
tral America.

“Her Majesty’s Government in
the U.K. are surprised that so
distinguished a body as that com-
posed by the Ministers for For-
eign Affairs of Central America
should appear to have attached
so much significance, and indeed
credence, to the above-mentioned
letter signed by three members
of the People’s United Party. That

letter, apart from the fact that
it contains abusive remarks
directed against H.M.G. in the
U.K. and the Government of Brit-
ish Honduras, is highly mislead-
ing, especially in the followir
two t

January
ready to
jurisdic-

set out the?

“In the second
above-mentioned letter
manoeuvres of the English Gov-
ernment tending to oblige this
territory by force to enter into a
federation of English Caribbean
possessions.” These alleged man-
oeuvres have no foundation in
reality. It is well known to the
People’s United Party, and vould

place,

readily have been verified by
Your Excellency’s Government,
that H.M.G. in the U.K. have

never attempted to exercise any
influence on the Governments of
British West Indian territories, in
order to induce them to federate.
In British Honduras a_ proposal
for federation lies at present be-
fore the legislature, which will
have the freedom permitted by
all democratic forms of govern-
ments, to accept or reject it.

“It will be.clear from the ‘fore-
going that the resolution approv-
ed by the Preliminary Reunion
of the Ministers for Foreign
Affairs of Central America was
based upon misleading informa-
tion submitted by a section of
one of the political parties freely
existing in British Honduras un-
der the conditions of political
liberty guaranteed by the Gov-
ernor and by H.M.G, in the U.K.

“In the concluding paragraph
f Your Excellency'’s Note, men-
tion is made of the reservation
of certain rights and interests
claimed by Guatemala over ‘the
‘territory of Belize.’ by which is
presumably intendéd a reference
to British Honduras. It is not
apparent what is the immediate
relevance of the pretensions of
the Guatemalan Government to
the subject of West Indian Fed-
eration. Nevertheless I have been
instructed once more to refute
these pretensions, as was done
in a Note addressed to Your Ex-
cellency’s predecessor on the 8th.
September. 1949. As no reply was
received to that Note and there
has been no subsequent change in
the attitude of H.M.G. in the U.K.
ic will ke convenient to recapit-

ulate paragraph 3, which reads
as follows:
“The Guatemalan Government

claim that His Majesty’s Govern-



ment have not fully carried out
terms of the Anglo-Guate-
malan Treaty of the 30th April,
1859. This is manifestly a legal
natter, and indeed the arguments
favour of their claim which
e Guatemalan Government

the
refers to

Should they be fortunate to get
American and Canadian capital
they hope to be able to develop
the country and secure self gov-
ernment. “Population follows de-
velopment and they believe that
they will get the people when
they get development.

Recent negotiations over a ric
contract with the West Indies dij
not create a favourable impre:
sion on the minds of the Guianes«
They establish the fact that the,
agreed at a conference table to
accept a lower price than they
thought they were entitled to anc
to their amazement, the W./.
islands decided to go to arbitra-
tion, The fact that they wer
awarded higher prices by the ar-
bitrators proved their claim thi:
they were entitled to higher prices.
They feel that .the W.I. represen-
tatives in the negotiation did nc
show a spirit which was conduciv
to federation and made B.G
wonder what would happen in an
negotiations where they were at
the mercy of the West Indies.

British Guiana thought that tl
West Indies realized that afte
the war, they sold rice at a pric
lower than world market prices +
the benefit of the West Indies an
to British Guiana’s loss. They ha
made a bad contract, they say, an
had to stick to it, “The West lL:
dies do not allow equity to com
into the picture and do not seer
to regard the people of B.G. a
brothers and sisters.”

Guianese read of West Indiar
being put out of Trinidad and the
wondered if that is considered i
Trinidad to be the spirit of feder-
ation, They heard that tourist
had been induced by bad propé
ganda to remain in the West In
dies and not to go to British Gui
ana. They on their part sa
nothing against the West Indie
and@ they are disappointed to he:
stories that are told to touris'
which are complete fabrication
intended to harm the country an«
take away the U.S. and Canadiar
dollars which they need just a
much as any of the West India:
Islands.

Even on the field of sport th:
Guianese have found reasons fo
objecting to B.G, being feder ite:
with the West Indies. They sa)
that they find the West Indian at
titude was, if B.G. got one plac
on a team, they should be con-
tented and if they got two, shoul:
consider themselves lucky. Wh
it came to appointing managers +
touring teams, they say, a Guian
ese has never been lucky to get a
appointment. A British Guian.
Captain of a West Indies Team i
presumed unthinkable.

have put forward are legal argu-
ments. The action of the Guate-
malan Constituent Assembly ir.
declaring, “in 1945, that Britis!
Honduras was a part of Guate
mala was evidence that they re-
garded the Guatemalan claim t
have a legal basis. Further, Hi
Majesty’s Government observ’
the statement in Your Excellency’:
Note under reply that interna-
tional law amd juridical proce
dure fully support the rights o
the Guatemalan Government
and the assertion that on jurid-
ical grounds His Majesty’s Gov-
ernment cannot claim any titl
to retain British Honduras. Hi
Majesty’s Government are unabk
to understand why then the Guat-
emalan Government are not pre-
pared to allow their claim to b«
legally adjudicated upon, In any)
legal dispute it is clearly onl)
right and proper that ther:
should be an examination on :
legal basis
the competent legal tribunal, ir
this case the International Court
Just as in private disputes be-
tween two individuals over the
ownership of private land, the
ordinary civil law of the countr)
concerned applies, so in disputes
between two Governments ove?
the ownership of territory inter-
national law applies. In the for-
mer case the proper way tc
reach a_ settlement is for the
national courts to adjudicate or
the legal issues; in the latter case
for the international court. Ir
both cases this is the only fair
way in which justice can be ful-
filled.

“The steps which H.M.G. in the
U.K,, took on the 13th February
1946, when they empowered thc
International Court of Justice to
settle any claims that might be
put before that Court concerning
British Honduras, was a very ex-
ceptional one, in view of the lony
period that H.M,.G. had been in-
undisputed possession of this ter-
ritory. H.M.G, in the U.K. signed
a special declaration under the
optional clause for this purpose,
whereas the Guatemalan Govern-
ment, for their part, have signed
the declaration under the optional
clause giving jurisdiction to the
International Court to decide dis-
putes on a purely legal basis re-
lating to all matters except the
question of British Honduras. On
the 12th February, 1951, H.M.G
in the U.K. renewed for a further
period of five years their offer tc
accept a decision of the Interna-
tional Court which would settle
this dispute.

“It is a matter of regret t
H.M.G. in, the U.K., that the
Guatemalan’ Government so far
from availing themselves of this
opportunity to settle the dispute,
which has proved a hindrance to
good relations between our two
Governments, should have accep-
ted, apparently without any
attempt to verify the facts, mis-
leading and partisan statements
about conditions and opinions in
British Honduras which cannot in

any way conduce to the friendly
relations which H.M.G. in the
U.K. would wish to see estab-
lished.” —B.U.P. |

Tuesday—Let’s begin at the top. If a Gov-|

Wednesday—But nobody seems interested



Thursday—Somebody

people keep on spending and spending,
putting up salaries and making life |
easier for everybody except me and ar
couple of hundred of thousand others. |
I’m all in favour of good salaries for
the best men; leave passages every |
three years.and all that sort of thing. |
That’s fine. But there is a snag in 1t
and I'll tell you more to-morrow.

Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings









pans




inum

ernor does his full term here maybe |
something will have been achieved in|
five years. But after 5 years what, hap-|
pens? The Governor goes, another)
comes and it all begins over again, |
including what's undone.

What’s true of the Governor is even |
more true of the Colonial Secretary.
Of recent years Colonial Secretaries
have passed through Barbados far more |
quickly than was good for Barbados, ;
and they all had their views about the
really important things.

No one would say there was much
continuity about Colonial Secretaries.
Nobody. And another thing.

Ph. 4472

C. S. PITCHER & CO.

No sooner than they arrive than they |
find themselves engaged in _ politics |
(that’s what I call the > Legislative

Council: a political chamber). By the |,
time they have swotted up what’s been |
going on during their absence an offer

of another job comes along and away

they go having undoubtedly
but having left no guarantee that much
of their service won’t be neglected ci
undone by a new man with new ideas

served

It ought to be possible to pay salaries
which will keep key officials here fo:
longer than they now remain. Nobody
enters the colonial service without
some hope of coming to the top, but
peoples’ ideas of the top seem remark-
ably similar when the language used
is £.s.d, Pay a good man and keep
him seems a reasonable method for
administering a colony.



in reason.

The Government cheerfully spends
$12,500 a year on expenses of oil advis-
ers in an island where they are stil]
looking for oil.

Also =a new shipment
of Linen Sheets and
Pillow Cases & Cotton

But they let a first rate deputy e
director of agriculture go coker off Sheets & Pillow Cases
somewhere into the interior of Africa
when he would have been perfectly DA COSTA & C0) LTD
Think ® ®

happy to stay here at a price.
that over and if it makes sense to you, ||
I’m a bigger fool than nobody.







—always ask for

made a_ sensibk
remark to-day. They asked m:
whether I noticed how much easie:
officials of C.D. & W. find it to frater
nise with us locals than do local gov-
ernment officials.

Answer: This has not always been so

Many local government pfficials used
to fraternise more easily but perhap
life was less tiresome in those days and
Bajans less dull. Certainly the current

HARTLEY’S

and adjudication by |

Friday—I should not be surprised to hear}

Saturday—So long as tomatoes can be)‘



boys must find society very restricted;
if they revolve only in official circles.
Lord Baldwin’s excursions into Bridge-|
town and other people’s adventures in |
Barbados seem more worthwhile.

that the government is toying with the!
idéa of importing large quantities of

Hebrew bibles. These will not be dis-
tributed but will be stored in unwanted |

jam

the greatest name in jam-making

government lands like Stockton. The OP OREEVOPE SEEPS PPPP PD OO PPL PL POP PPP LPP.
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objects and reasons of this strange | 3% x
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action would be based on precedent. > NEWS WORTH BROADCASTING! »
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During the 1914—18 war when the}? YOU CAN x
Gas Company could not obtain coal a} 4 s x

shipload of Hebrew bibles which hap-
pened conveniently to be in Carlisle +
Bay was redirected to the Gasworks|
and the bibles were burnt to produce |
gas.

KEEP YOUR
PARTY AT
THE
HIGH PITCH”
Or
ENJOYMENT

This is a true story: but I am not in
the confidence of the government so I|
can’t vouch for their present intentions. | :

My idea at least is not more fanciful
than our present gas position! |

The only reason why it’s taking so, ‘
long to expand gas service is because
the government has got itself all tied
up with difficulties over which they |
had every control. It’s so much easier |»
to get into a mess than: out again and|*
that’s why we may have to fall back |

on Hebrew Bibles. ry

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KRAFT CHEESE
GOUDA CHEESE

bought at 24 cents a lb. and sold for!‘
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continue to rise. No merchant would | hieanbanappiteisiaa xs EDAM CHEESE
want to make such profits. And now) TUBORG BEER “ CARR'S BISCUITS
that I am spending my money on hens! *

SPECIAL: CARROTS 36 cents per Ib.

which won’t lay, I am offered more
eggs than I can afford to eat. Sell more
food, but don’t buy or grow it is my
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Jury Return Verdict Of «Not Guilty”

Of Burglary Prisoners _ Decision Never-Never-Land
And Larceny Sentenced — Confirmed — ynts FEES

THE Acting Puisne Judge His
Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor £10 FOR STEALING

: ks yesterday sed sente $ vi
_ SHAKING his head and rubbing his eyes, Alfred Hard- two prisoners who had been founc GOAT
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ham of Bank Hall and stealing a clock valued $27 on Decem- had pleaded guilty of receiving , Appeal, yesterday confirmed the




































































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evidence as to his being informed Ifill, petitioner, M. Ifill, respon- Vicar of Boscobelle and will be washed oa ties pe ee HARVEST FESTIVAL
of the alleged theft and said that dent and J. Inniss, co-respondent. inducted _on Saturday afternoon understood that fishing beats have
Wiltshire had pointed out Hard- Mr. W. W. Reece instructed by March 15, at 4 p.m. The induc- had to be drawn up from the | oe othodist
ing to him on December 13 and Mr. D. Lee Sargeant appeared for tion will be performed by The beach on the old railway to avoid Church will be celebrating its
said that he was the man who had the petitioner. Lord Bishop. damage. Harvest Festival on Sunday next
the 9th beginning at 3.30 o'clock
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w oc : ry 7 . People of ‘Never - Never
ber 10 last year. = a watch valued $60 decision of Mr. G. B. Griffith, Land,’ im a North Malayan
Th y / ween February 1 and 2 this Acting Police Magistrate, who jungle valley, are helping
e case was heard before the Acting Puisne Judge year and was found guflty of imposed a tine of €10 to be paid British sKymen Ww hit back
Mr. . L. Laylor. n enter.ng na % ilments or in default two it Communist guerrillas
Mr. Justice G. L. Tay] breaking and t Edna | In > Ni
Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant Legal Draughtsman, re drug store and stealing ae foros’ With bees SS Sieeeian | Sse before the
: é : a quantity of artic.es valued labour on Evans Jones of Carring- tamiets Geep iD un ¥ “hinese ¢
prosecuted for the Crown. $101.46, He was sentenced to 12 ton Village, St. Michael, for ®2!Ves and swords are being [0 Chinese
The Prosecution’s case was that Harding had been seen months’ imprisonment with hard “Tealing a goal, the property of iampened for the * killing > :
i near the house from which he had been alleged to steal the Jabour and two years imprisonment Ersula Lewis. The offence was Wor hes eens round Uhe stony ‘ '
' clock previous to December 10. n that day at abo .30 with hard labour respectively. The COmmitted on January 5 waggering Chinese A worn despatch case with me.
i Pp ya u , : J \ sages and decuments was foun
p.m. he opened a door to the dining room in which the clock eae ON ee OO eT eet ee ae Sa dan nies Se hen ave, we
3 i - . - x ‘ ang saan sion ¢ ras orde on ee awe we A er t M " f
| was kept and was going off with it when he was surprised Before passing sentence, His Yesterday to pay the cost of ap- SF MAE Tun group ot Malayan police is
oo ae ful taken the clock. He subsequently U2rdship. said that he had ‘made peal which amounted to 8/4. Mr. tual ‘for mouths to salute the Siamese borde’ to bring yack 16
ing put up the successful taken the clock, He subsequently enquiries and had gathered that ’: © rancker appeared in the Communists with clenched fists, COlMborationists — Communisi
defence that this servant was not arrested him. he had got into bad company in C#S¢ on behalf of Jones. Keitha “We have expelled tne British aes dmen oh aren
sure that the person who stole the : é 1ecent years and had embarked on L€wis told the court that on ©” ever.” said Wie Comraunis's fled beyond the law. : mr
clock was he and that he was at Cross-Examined a career of crime. January 5 she missed her mother’s BOR ee eran ke ae ve In Loudon the War Office
a corein shop in the Aelgtpenr When cross-examined, he veiter- “I hope”, he said, “that when _ from ihe yard. The colour ef saedos und. police. They are famed the officer and six men o!
hood having drinks at the time he La hide ee ie t that YoU Serve the sentences which I the goat was white. waiting for hungry. bedraggled ‘the Gordon Highlanders wh
was supposed to have committed Lted his previous statement that jy ooce upon you, you will realise ,,5%¢ made inquiries around the errorists to creep back from the Were killed when ambushed o\
Wiltshire had told him that Hard- rou Ty district ; ; Malayan bandits on Sund
the offence, She ate wag elon neti ig einga at pe crime does no. pay and will “StTict about the goat and no one jungle in search of food They ware Lieutenant ic
The verdict of “Not Guilty” ing was the man and not that he ‘ome out a reformed character, could tell her what happened to RUNNERS TELL Rose ; 28079030 L/C Learmonth
’ looked like the man. ; it. Later she went to the defend- iV EV Beata 764 1244: » Fy ove
drew from His Lordship the com- : ; \ Breaking, Larceny ; e went to the defend 22443880 Pie Fairgrieve
ment that he did not think it was A statement which Harding The oth . .q ant’s butcher shop and saw the Movements of the terrorists 22470459 Pte Nutt: 22377839 Pte
in keepi ith the evid ~ gave in the Police Magistrate's e other sentence was imposed heaq of her mother’s goat in a are reported where possible by Wright; 22370539 Pte Wright
in eceping wi the evi lence. _ Court at the preliminary hearing on a previous convict, Charles ;,), snd ‘ahs uaen ba yeh : : village runners Latest to fail 22448916 Pte McKenzie
Gwendolyn Wiltshire who was wag reed to. the jury. In this be Walrond, He was sentenced to lg le a - re o end an Psiter, iri” mileiig
. id ae ies “ oy Or ty Gn the police that he looked like the !a.ceny. He was found guilty of: hor mother’s because that ) , 9
said s ‘eo ng the accused, oe nats earlier this week of breaking into p54 hog a beard rad the: healt jon uctor Ss LOOPS SPOS SAO PESOS,
D , - 1d a bes ar e hair .
nat FTO, last year at about "as tnis stage the case for the Sheila Legall’s residence on oy the beard was grey its *
.30 p.m. she was in the kitchen 5, ti Pan icinsae December 31, and stealing a wrist °"'g)\° /C8'a Was Brey. » SURE RELIEF FROM }
when Augusta Hunte another ‘osecution was closed. lated t la valued She then reported the matter |e we
servant left her in the kitchen and For his defence Harding called 3 Land wo ons re ae to the police. nques is PAIN AT LAST. °¢
sical Gia 6 hich allowed for ©trol Jordan as a witness. Jordan $63. 1 was sen ve — Gordon Seale, a witness for the e 1% a ®
- © door which allowed for said he knew absolutely nothing Years’ penal servitude. defence, said that he sold the i ix %
exit from the dining room to out- Gf the case, When questioned by Cron, nae tive Prev ins “on; defendant a white goat on Jan- jou ‘BOOTS’ FAMILY LINIMENT
: , Harding as to their being in a ¥ aking and yary 4 kab x
A few minutes later she heard iq i d three for petty lar- . 7 x
bus an evening together, he said /arcemy an 1S 20 The , , » cireum-| » %
the sound of a clock as when it po "Gig cokunenaine Note ‘vith him ¢ceny. His last sentence for house- No Jurisdiction * aa Sacvouhatne a aah ole ee Ge BAe” sy! ALSO OB I I
was about to alarm and looking an evening but he could not re- breaking and larceny was in In addressing the court, Mr. Fitzgerald Jackson of Brath-|%s x :
into _ the dining ahi she Saw member the date. November, 1944, when he waS Brancker submitted that the waite. Land, St. Michael, was | 3 For Athletes, in cases of £8
Harding leaving the dining raom “Another witness Percival Git- Sentenced to five years. Out from Police Magistrate had no juris+ yestérday adjourned until March] ¥ paustion, suftness, an ae ae N
with the clock in his hand. He j.,¢ 4 shopkeeper of the district, Ptison in 1949, Walrond received diction to try the case and the 12 by Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting | *®j,occ » SUBNESS, and Cote I
dropped the clock when he had aid’ the » night Harding told ® Six-month sentence in January, point of identification w t Police Coroner of District “A.” ;& ness following any excessive \
been surprised and ran sai that one nig arding. tole 1 on , . Se , . | exercise or straining of the @
ae him he had been arrested. for 1951. z c proved The question of the Jackson a taken to the | @ sce. iat = ! . \ Ww, my
; house breaking and larceny the His Lordship told him that he had value of the goat was much in the Gencral Hospital on March q muscles it has no equal as aX, { REEN & I RA SPARE N
7 Lights on . night before and he remembered @ very bad record. “Apparently ai Lewis said that she refused after he fell from the bu ‘ )2avo-Cown, t x , 1 “
She said at that time the lights 113: he was there that evening, You cannot keep out of prison,” $45.00 for the goat, but she has which he was conductor whit | Y For Rheumatism, Sciatica, x iat salted et Seaadias arial
were turned on. : To the Court he said that it he said. “I have made enquiries been advised that this animal it was proceeding along Blac! yg Stit Neck, Stir Joints, \
She added that on December 5 \oiq take one about four min- “bout you and understand you are was worth much more than $45.00, Pock Road the same day. He| XSPraims, Bruises, Unbroken 9
she had been at Cobham’s home utes to go from-Cobham’s to his ®n excellent worker, but just The point arises whether the Was admitted suffering from injur-| $Chilblains, ete. apply the % ’
when she heard a knock. It was shop . ~ cannot, keep your hands from prosecution has established that ies to his head, He died on March 5 |X Liniment freely, and rue x I { ARRIS ON S Broad St.
Harding and he told her that Mrs. Reuben Greaves of Bank Hall People’s property. the court has jurisdiction. If the and a post mortem examination, % lightly. %
Cobham had sent for the bicycle. also said he had seen Harding at “In this case you broke and prosecution is unable to establish was performed the same day atl For Neuritis, apply the Lini-
She told him that she had been jn. shop one evening from about entered the house of a young that the court has jurisdiction, «bout 12.30 p.m. | ment to the affected part, % |
given no’such instructions and she 7 p.m an closing time woman who apparently was in then the value of the goat would Mr. J. E. T, Brancker is ap-!s$ and cover with a piece of %
would have to call a_ witness. Harding also called Leonard Straitened circumstances and stole not be known pearing in the inquest on behalf] lint until tingling occurs.%
ene, Bere aoe ee ‘hat traynes, an agricultural labourer, her most valuable possessions. The statement of lewis weg ok AB interested party. Only} % Remove the lint, apply a lit-¥ T IRON
if suc ormalities had to com- a ‘ = , no* confirmec Dy Cpl {earwood wo Witnesses were 1eard yes % tle cold cream where thes
; ; to give evidence on his behalf. ' : ; : band A - : 2 1¢ ; y . ‘.
plied with, he would not trouble pyr oo _ ; 3 ‘cs 9 ‘. and it would be dangerous to terday and these were Dr. A. S.J Liniment has been applied,%
himself to get the bicycle. ae — ay vente mead Nelson Due accept the evidence of this wit- Coto and Miriam Jackson > and cover with clean flanncl.&
On the day following the eve- S20P at abou pitty G0) eoeene ness. Seale confirmed: the de- Miriam Jackson (38) of Hinds-|% For gronchitis, Lumbago,®
ning when Harding had run after ber 10 and saw Harding there. Monday fendant who said that he bought bury Road, St. Michael, told the] %& w. I ay i a lied alld PORCELAI ,
being surprised with the clock, , *0ther witness Doreen Hard- _ that white goat. court that the deceased was her] 3 © a nate os rihaon einbcte
she saw him along Bank Hall and ing who was summoned for the THE R.M.S, Lady Nelson is “Therefore I submit that identi- husband and both of them used) — aly di i fade “TY : i nio®
on seeing her he changed his route 4@fence did a appear at Court. expected to arrive here on Mon- fication has not been proved and to live together. She last sawdy ter 3s a bb Peukd te act
and went in a different direction In his su ing up to the Jury day morning from Canada via the Police Magistrate had no him alive at about 10. a.m. on % me ot will be found to aot »
She again saw him on December HiS Lordship told them the case the British Northern Islands with jurisdiction to determine this Saturday, March 1, when he left ]% ee oe tee 13 and pointed him out to Cpl. depended toa great extent on passengers and cargo, _ matter.” Mr, Brancker said, home. gagertes , he =e a — *
Yearwood, whether they believed Wiltshire. She will be leaving port during In confirming the decision Their Later the same day at about b a better ¢ nance o ree action %
Under cross-examination she ,.1¢ Pointed out that as the dis- ihe night for British Guiana via Honours said that they were 11.30 p.m. she received a mes- % than with such a plaster, e
denied telling Cpl. Yearwood that tance from Gittens’ shop to Cob- St. Vincent, Grenada and Trini- satisfied that the Police Magistrate S'¢ and as a result she went to] N.B.—In cases where the g
' re : *, ham’s residence was only-about %~ 3 is const to Messrs. had jurisdiction and identification ‘the General Hospital but did not}X¥ skin is particularly sensitive & . . iar T
Harding looked like the man but four minutes journey and Harding (84.52 1s on ‘was proved, The evidence ot -#ee, her tmusband Bor tender, a milder action 5’ 6” Overall—complete with Hot and Cold Pillar Taps
said she had told Cpl. Yearwood wy 8 & Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd. was proved, The evidence 0 Duy aman 5. ue \audut’ TES0LS as ecoitatned ne ailing S :
/ that He’ eas the nian could have had ample opportunity ——___—_——_ Gordon Seale did not add assis-~ ; 1% may be obtained by diluting % | and all requisite fittings
Marjorie Cobham wh ext *°, leave and return. “CARIBBEE”’ TO BE tance to the defence at all, and P-™. she went to the Hospitall™ the Liniment with about half % ape. aye :
age ieee Harding was found “not guilty.’ hey. saw no reason wi hey ®nd identified her husband's] % its volume of Olive Oil, or |
gave evidence told the Court of ” DRY DOCKED See PO ae ly they body to Dr. A. S. Cato whol® ¢ fore % C ; } AND MORE
h bei valled by hi servi , should disturb the decision of the ¥ 3 7 . , ¥ similar vegetable oil, before % THESE BATHS ARE BEC OMING MORE AND eS
er being calle y her servant — The 100-ton motor vessel ¢ he performed o post mertem exam-[¥ . sing *
Gwendolyn Wiltshire and told of C: aebee js expected to.be dry Police Magistrate. ination % applying | ar a BLAIN—IF YOU ANTICIPATE
the incident and added that she DECREE ABSOLUTE = Caribace ie the week-end for Dr. A. S. Cato told the court]$ pirecTions FoR use $'ll DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN— oe
- =~ — ips it had been In the Court for Divorce and general repairs and cleaning. HIGH SEAS AT that the poe of om res % BOOTS Family Liniment is ¥ REQUIRING ONE IN 'THE NEAR FUTURE “NOW
ropped on the steps. r i 5 yorce a o ntil around was identified to him by iriam 1% excellent for pains of every \ v) ” "
She had previously seen Hard- Matrimonial Causes yesterday, the She will be on dock u BATHSHEBA Jackson. He performed the post } description Ap bly the Lin.- x ”
7 D Sechied “eacaation Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship March 20, : miortem examination’ at 19.4018 so + Mean | One Si % 1S THE TIME TO BUY.
ing about the vicinity begging. Mr. Justice G. L, Taylon pro; , After coming off dock she will FOR the past few days the 0 March. Gi. There! wan aL Ree ee non ie: Batecied:& ;
Augusta Hunte, another servant, roo Paar fan yion p be resuming her run to Dominica, tide tine sebellen toa Meee, veal Pam. on arc nS ie re was O19 part with or without very %
told the Court that she had left Nownced decree absolute in the ener serrat, Nevis and e has s oa YB “at wound a the hac of the scajvo]% centile rubbing. Do not band-
; ; Antigua, Montserrat, s »xte’ ‘ sheba ¢ > wave ith “2 y & g .
: imi suit of H. G, Austin, petitioner and tigua, extent at Bathsheba and the waves with » haematomia. There is .
Bie door to the GiRing sets faut L. E. Austin respondent i St. Kitts, Her local agents are the }4.6 been extraordinarily huge, no evidence of fracture of the % age or cover closely after rn} 43 EACH
and had carried the children for *& ©. “uUSUNn respondent. Schooner Pool. Th han ed od ie ine ae 4 rt i ve. me % application. Should rubbing e
a walk, When she returned Wilt- Mr. W, W. Reece, who was - . Santee othe tha fotins mer . of aie: t 4a i Taser oe "851% be too painful, apply the
shire met her with some excite- holding papers for Mr. G. H. . inted COV er sey eS Ce eee See eek Oe La nt. and loosely cover ¢
; : ict since they have been sultina fr olen »w to} ® Liniment, an ’
ment and she noticed that the Adams, instructed by Messrs. Rev. George Ne tse sistas i they ‘eve ‘been sulting | from | viol a bic 218 with » place of tint. ‘Wher :
door which she had shut was Carrington and Sealy appeared Vicar Of Bosco e Wednesday. saanast osha adjourned until ]% the part begins to tingle. ro-
open and the clock was on the for the petitioner, , The Rev. R_O. George, curate "O)'“pnursday night the flow March 12 % move the lint, anply a little ¥ ’ Hardware Dept.
step. Decree absolute was also attached to St. Peter's Parish | 2 cecatest and the waves novos Ncold cream to the surfa 4
Cpl. Emerson ‘Yearwood gave pronounced in the suit, G. C. Church, has been appointed Decame greatest é ey Tel, 2364

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATPRDAY, MARCH 8, 1952







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Fish Seller Not Guilty
Of Stealing Clothes

EOPOLD SMALL,
oi Nelson Street

Grand Se

PERSONAL Agricultural
CONTACT _ Possibilities

Of Fr. Guiana

Barbados Gets
First Dog Club —

‘ te |
A group of dog lovers met at St Winifred’s School a}
week ago to discuss proposals set by a Committee which

ALL OVER THE WORLD

@ From Page 1

programme is the Fisheries Con- 5 .

ference which will take place at : FRENCH GUIANA.
Kent House, Port-of-Spain from _ A Conference on_ the agricul-
the 24th to the 28th instant, Mr. tural possibilities of French Guiana

a fish seller and general worker
yesterday acquitted at the Court of
ions after a jury returned a verdict of not guilty

was





oe had been appointed to draw up rules with a view to forming
rT : y Wi ies vas held recently at the Sore, [#0 F ‘ : :
of the charges of stealing a number of dresses and a pair of es Pima go ee - Paris ‘Two speciplists ‘on, & Kennel Club. The Club, the first in the island, is now
shoes valued $31 from an ex-reputed wife, Marva Jemmott Conference which Mr. de Vriendt French Guiana, Messieurs Henin formed,

on December 16 last year, or receiving them from someone,
knowing them to have been stolen. The case was heard
be Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship Mr. Justice







thinks will be of much
to some of the territories.

interest and Choubert, were present, and Mr
described the types of vegetation

and soil found in the territory.

DW. Wiles was appointed
President, Other officers elected

} were: Mrs. G. C. Manning, Vice-
1e

Vews In Brief:

a At preseht the Central Secre- The experts explained that President, Dr. H. Sumner-Moore, ——--—-—---—-

G. L. Taylor. Miss M. E. Bourne Assistant Lega! Draughts- tariat is also hard at work on the ninety tjousand square kilo- Chairman; and Mr, Bruce H

7 srosecuted for the Crowe: preparation of documents for the metres, equivalent in the area to Stoute, Secretary-Treasurer. The CANES AT
The case against him was that he broke into the house forthcoming West Indian Con- about fifteen metropolitan depart- Committee of anagement in- 4

ference to be held at Jamaica to- ments of France, are covered in
wards the end of November and dense forests, with trees as much
early December. A considera- as forty metres in height. There
ble amount of this work had are some.eighty thousand hectares
already been completed, Mr. de of other land. These are of three
g ent into a house Vriendt said. main types—fifty thousand hec-
tt were To Miss Bourne he said that tares are of very fertile low lands,
rh ymetimes he went to the theatre such as produce rice and sugar in
taken being three or four times a week. He the territories of British Guiana f
re , had on previous occasions seen and Surinam. The Management Committee is
» had been Small at the theatre. If Small The remainder is divided be- at present engaged in investigat-
the time had at any timé said he went to tween high lands, of lava rock and ing the best type of form which
have bec he Plaza that night he did not voleanic soils, probably suitable would be applicable to Barbados
know the names of the different for citrus and cane; and the «nd hopes to make a further an-
heatres, coastal plains made up of rather mouncement in the very near
bee Claretta Trotman deteriorated lands, which are future - ‘
pute vife, but since the night of the alleged theft ~~~ pt ygrtiins Boe Th flooded during the rainy seasons, The a oi
last December they parted after Small, Lowe another woman ang “oun” oO eee but may be usable for cattle rais- exist mainky Tos . _s a hue
oO He left none of his clothes herself went to the Globe Thea- advantage of personal contact 4ng and growing legumes. improvement of an bv 7 ae
at her, she On December 16 tre. ae Fo ‘ eae hear ae tek This. Sows . Sanee. fn Se facud clemincation of “bree,
during the evening she closed Gross-examined she denied ; 4 5° 4 ee me French magazine Eneyclopedie /sciuce nae r oe
her home and went to Church. having told the Magistrate that ee ofltcnie See ae SS Mensuelle @’Outre Mer. he registration of pedigreds,

She returned at 8.30 p.m. Whea the four of them had been to the petter opportunities for getting oe eS aioe ot Kensel
he went the house she noticed Roxy Theatre and afterwards .jye>5 to anttire which might not “Ath slbr k” Calls Club es the awarding of
Oe at tacente ree Oe ae tint antaee be mentioned in correspondence. € ao Challenge and Champion certifi-
ing ,Otprin 1e Globe. °* p Si a cE x t is i ne 5 is i ia-
house.:She witne who said they had been eae Oe on Here For Molasses —- he ae ea that e dresses and to the Olympic was too intoxi- more personal _ contacts publication or keeping of an
missing cated to know which theatre there have been in the past. The molasses tanker Athel- Sonual stud book.
Matter Reported they had gone to. brook ‘arrived at Barbados yester- “rhe membership is opened to
She was given certain infor- Ermie Greenidge who had day morning to take @ load of .1 persons who are interested in
mation by a neighbour and wen; been summoned as a_ defence vacuum pan molasses for Trini- (jogs and the general promotion
and reported the matter to the witness did not appear at the dad ind objects of the club and who
Police. One Samuel Kellman Court The Athelbrook caaght full sre willing to abide by the rules
howed her a shoe box about the Small tide shortly after she arrived
and was taken to a berth in the
inner basin of the Careenage
from where the molasses will be
pumped into her tanks, She is

of the Club.
vicinity Registration of dogs is
When cre examined, in an
consigned to Messrs H. Jason
Jones & Co., Ltd.

cludes Officers and Dr. M. Prov-
erbs, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson and
Dr. Kenneth Nictblls,

After appointing Officers, mem-
bers asked the Committee of
Management to draw up pedigree
forms and registration cards, etc.,
for the general running of the
Club.

Jemmott was at church a Sunday night and carried
les. A witness, Sam Howell, saw him going
m the direction of the house with a shoe box in his hands

HAYNES HILL
* BURNT

Four and a half acres of first
crop ripe Canes were burnt when
a fire occurred at Haynes Hill, St.
John at about 6.30 a.m. on Thurs-
day. They are the property of
J. J. Blow and were insured.

At Lears, St. Michael, a fire at
about 7.30 p.m. on Thursday burnt
half an acre of third crop ripe
canes, the property of Apple-
whaites Ltd. They were insured.

The fire was put cut by policemen
and labourers.



Asked how he proposed going
about his new duties, Mr. de
Vriendt said, “We shall endeavour
to establish as much as possible
personal contact between senior
members of the Secretariat and
officials from local territories
because, I believe, far more can
be achieved by short personal
conversations than by any large

I ana he Wir
i to prove that he
he theatre during
he alleged t

im d



irticle:
+ of

Good: mornings begin with Gillette

The up-to-date Chief cried “ Now mind what I say,



Howell

he had



said that on



said

Here’s how to shave in the easiest way.





Another fire at Orange Hill, st Use a Blue Gillette ae meer i merce
Peter, at about 7.50 p.m. on Wed-
nesday burnt 103 holes of young
ratoons, the property of R. & G.
Challenor. This damage is also
covered by insurance.



In a precision-made razor designed by Gillette.”

nd in the

than

mn of sh ve
a ol ) ere

Wise men turn gratefully to
Blue Gillette Blades, sharpest
ever honed. Special toughening
makes Blue Gillette Blades last
longer and save money. To

During last month ‘the Govern-
ment Experimental Fishing Boat
Investigator brought in very large
catehes of fish. ater)

On one day, February 14, the
Investigator brought 400 pounds
classi-&ot king fish to the Public Market. |

|

Referring to the Commission's
policy for the immediate future,
Mr. de Vriendt said that the Com-
mission at its last meeting had
decided to lay particular empha-
sis upon directing its activities
in Paris to start thirty-three new
in certain defined fields, principal
among them being Agriculture,
Industrial Development and
Housing, and these matters were
engaging the attention of the
Secretariat.

was acquitted







fed under two heads—A and B4&For the month 694 pounds of king
swer to Small she denied know - They are as follows: — “fish and 35 pounds of shark from;

the Investigator a A .|
‘LASS A: All members and
owners of dogs which have beeng

horn in the United Kingdom, the.’ Apart from these amounts the
U.S.A, or Canada, who can pro-*%boat also came in with late catch-
duce Pedigree and Kennel Clubes on a few occasions

Registration Certificates of the’ ae

country of origin or locally bred_, The Bathsheba type boat which
puppies born of parents who are was constructed at the grounds ot}

get the best out of a Blue
Gillette Blade use it in a Gillette

nything concerning his see
Iman and her togeth-
her what he thoug)

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

VEAL {






razor because razor and blade
19 Scantlebury

to the matter
ported to the. Police
his inspecting the

which the latch was
the window.

fave eV
being re
Station an
house from
broken of!

5 Blades 30¢

jence a
dence as

are made for each other.

First Regular
Aruba Daily

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e
holders of the above mentioned:'the Fishery Office. was la Blue Gillette Blades
. . ; s unched
Sa ll -Mellms ‘i the Royal Dutch Shell group ; ARUBA. pers, are eligible in the A Class. ,o0n Sunday. in ‘ Me ta
L at enim Selien Si. the a since 1926 when he entered upon Aruba’s first regular daily veCLASS B: All members and, such aa Ryd eke built in
at about 8pm. he saw Small general secretarial work with the "ewspaper became a reality re- owners of animals who can pro-Peasily hauled 1 nable it to be} sch laaiiiba hii
~! jernait'e home, He bits Caribbean Petroleum Company in cently with the change-over ofe@uce information giving adequate v tp on the beach, TRADE ENQUIRIES TO: T. GEDDES GRANT LIMITED
elf was Wassing there gone to Maracaibo, Nine years later, in the Arubaanse Courant from proof of the breeding of the saidIY 4 fish about
ia home: Meee WHEE ne Teemane 1935, he was transferred to the three times weely to a daily sched- animal for which registration iStewei bing? an 12 feet long and |
home he héiird a bork na teed pice, Bathatsche Petroleum “rd — February the first. . ‘requested and declare their will- nas, wan neler ae oe
Sh thease Sac Met : = ij., e Hague, as general As- farted over ten years ago as a ingness to abide by the decision S, was washed up on the ‘ Soe ie ee etal Jul
a an ’ eer eee sistant to the area manager for ™imeographed weekly, the paper of the Selection Committee, may ae at Bath, St, John, at about | ROD ee eee Tt tcer atatn Son ee Fe ORE
aoe a. ORES ee peel! «eal South America. was later bought by the DeWit have the said animal registered ing -00 a.m. yesterday morning. It | aya bos bo . i ee eo ke Re
. pe), eee Ws 4 brothers, publishers of the Beurs the B Class if passed by the Se- 4's believed to be a porpoise. ie a nCan Rt Notts mst heen tN AE
- gael sie ieee In 1938 he became Assistant en Nieuwwsberichten of Curacao, . lection Committee.
cate y id Be, bad. repaid ma Manager for Shell in Ecuador, in who are the present owners. . .“% A member of the Committee of
et ee eae hich he had charge of an exploration venture. Until recently the paper has beeng Management told the Advocate
borroye frome bits, “ In this position, he was also con- printed in Curacao. . .Now it isfythat anyone who is interested in
in s ge Hall cerned with industrial relations, produced at the Aruba Printing” becoming a member could make "
she and aie eee % general anager lvoe conces- Shop. . .Mr. A. Cloo is the edi-fenquiries from Mr. Bruce H. =
ee We ee } sion matters and contracts with tor. . . This news comes from the #Stoute, Secretary-Treasurer, at +
] m. mber . 16 1 «M,1L.5 calling Mayor government officials. Aruba Press, the Barbados Foundry Ltd. NEWS!
Small knocl : Wither tecet an i,1.8 When, in 1941, a joint venture i an °
. + howed her 7 pair of ; , Wilb with Standard Oil Company of
sked her whether sh valling Mayor Wilber New Jersey developed for ex-
Le forse cron ae cuba te event! ~=—- HHOUSEWIVE
be —_ ethond Z full ae of |
f é ‘ ‘ operations, ven years later, in i
Latin-America 1885, he was tanalerred: to SRA We Have Just Received A New Shipment
gineli “nta“thes shes Sinvea tn cham an “ ast ,
1 Sine aneé Cc a ¢ e 0 e art : i i
+ Sarit eh cee, Is Vital Part iment for country mneuanant = DECLARE Of:—gm Beautifully Designed American Fast Colour sedis
Woeat To Theatre From, Paget the Netherlands until he was eee Ss ‘
: TSE Vanean atl he koutia if Slttient idvme. we appointed | Bectemty General of PRIN Gli vias csesvisdaged ian sdesis mudtekcekt laccinaceolondine @ Tic. per yard
! agictrate’s Court Sme! have sought to build positions of effect eo he one with
t after he had asked strength—political, economic and j959 m the Ist of January, SRR RMI assessors ssthnstesnivniserioopcccaseocsvininsbonreusies @ 5c. per yard
Jen for the items she had military — throughout the free - L He
for him wi ' lived togethers world. With strength, free nations over py ; EATHE 0—$1.87—$
ind had beet inbatiof them iwould best be able to deter fur- ee ea gore would 7 R WALLETS ........... @ $2.2 1,.87—$1.64 & $1.50
lid not retu to her home ther Cominunist aggression, or to i 9 . yf
: Sc ded ove? Waele now Fae i ALA anaeed.. CAeen Paste’ Uokiétais Maer Ee tance eG MEN’S TIES—100% RAYON QUALITY @ $1.70—$1.47 & $ .78
Carmen Holder and said he wen’ such strength and moral standards State . A
to the theatre 1t night. which inspire it, the free world try i. Mrelatively seit eames” Z LADIES’ WHITE ANKLE SOCKS ...........00:00000 @ 4c. & 37c.
Giving evidence for the de- could move forward in confidence jn only six. But despite “signifi- =
fence, Ga field Lowe sald that on fo the wuitisnate, decay of the So- cant, improvement” in the Wears ae" MEN’S PRINTED HANDKERCHIEES ............... . @ 29c. each
Decembe p 19D1, He, Wert. PF gee. ; position the world is still pock- nae
he Globe Theatre at about The Mutual Security Agency marked with “ ~
p.m, He saw Small sitting in report pointed out that with the famine, 7 ge TM ccgggee a Oo REMEMBER! TO
seat along with two girls. Th aid of Wesiern Europe’s industrial marauding terrorist groups. “He 2,
ll remaine@ until the picture machine the free world outpro- said until these are eliminated the ew AVE Valuable $$$S
, finish after 11 o'clock duces the Russian bloc four to world will not have peace or be \
They left there and went to Car. one and provides “a — mar- free from potential Communist HOP AT
rington’ Village where the» gin of power on our side.” aggression.
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BERMUDA
SPENDS

Service ana other aviatior I e of! roduction to produce 30mm, gums flor the
experts are anxious 1 r as Lec light s newest type of jet plane, and we
magazine's report, w! ‘ n had read earlier that the arma-
photographs and sectiona me . pe ment of the new plane wouki be t Ooo MU H
jrawings tabbed and 1 the same as the heavier than formerly, when
ndeted ve eae 10¢ Ww L ¢ t ; powered 20mm guns were ;
{ferent points r the ’ . I was therefore easy °
eh ee ie eee Ns leduce what sort of guna tne —Butterfield
the plane and its Rolls AF eae ae BERMUDA
Royce Avon engine ta i ‘ » March 6.
As the. Swift ts not likely Do Inquiry goes on Warning that Bermuda was
be mM squadron service befor tr i ( » Captain Hugh Dundas Spending too much to maintain its
ate en carte us a ’ n British Security men are high standard of living was given
nfo c i eravis ur

and !
might be
foreign Powers

iwsumino it is accurate
“annot judge-
valuable to

Help for them

































satisfied with
explanation The
i descriptions in the
given as fact. not

be



And where Liey relate to such



by Hon. H. D. Butterfield, one of
the colony's leading bankers who
recently attended the Common-
wealth Finance Conference.

{t might nelp iore ua rtiona) fnctors 88 oan ~ Sa pee
tesignets in determinir Pp urance armament radio mi ‘ge contribution to the Central
“ange, armament, and loin the staff of Tnrerns : ae STS One } terling Pool and its apparently
lating desirable in the afoin the staff of Interavia argument that they derive healthy financial position, loans
rew fighters. oe ne veats ee —. on the colony’s two banks at
The Swift, one of the two new = GENEVA cable ; Mr. Blackt a re. present amounted to five million
speed-of-sound | fighters dered said ton ght that une srewi he Superh arine §35 is pounds, compared to under one
‘ tO eats ra P. i, Ru \ the Swift were sent {never was an operationa! million pounds six years ago.
i y Seve, we vue Interavia’s correspondent : : .
ra $ countr ne Holand, Mr. R. Das I lisclosures whether “Our — of life is too high”,
sent ace sy Sard Mr. Blackburn We : irreot or just dangerously close he — We are spending too
he Swift is thar it ex think hat they were ts mark have come as a iw and we are going to regret
yrototyPe form Only ca per ke y wut hen c 10 umen hos 9 the Br ish authorities . :
‘ , vetted photographs. disclosing me Sey f oKed Quite reasonadie An he , source will be Unique
SUPERMARINE SWIFT—the offic ia! picture gives away no secrets he minimum of detail, have ses of what the Swift wouk ughly sought out Butterfield aia the colony is
t been released = London Express Service i M - hile
f e But Interaviu gives i ’ unique because it produced hard
details of construction. engine The twins sav. at ee at currency for the Central Pool
VC ) y° mounting dimensions, — radi ai at a rate seven times greater per
[ C l equipment and fuel capacity 4MSTERDAM cable® Rudolf 6 000 Hi le. capita than any other section of
Tt ee. ees eee viene ; eno Bober Das _ year-old Dy ome Ss the Commonwealth and it en-
armament whic Says. repre twins o aariem, told tonight re S110 , i ivi
sents an “almost revolut onal 7.” how they made the drawings In Saigon ete ee a ee
® e . . : res Y standard.
jet-fighter, the Supermarine Swift. Cannone which, for the past li xno ied, “ete, simple We SAIGON, Indochitia, Mare 7, Thicudgh ite “American - tourist
; e an v t Heatior l : n its American s
ad e he UWS The plane, about which nothing may be years. bave been standard in a sorts of techarionl and aviation s Police reported 6,000 homeless in trade eee was ended ten
} } i k " nay 4 of rs magazines that the Swift would Saigon’s China Town today after illi sarly
written in this country, has been described in Over the MiG dister very slightly from the a fire sald to have ctxted wan. (on ae ee Tee
: 5 * : 7 : ler types like the Supermarine . :
By Group Captain HUGH OUNDAS detail by the Swiss flying magazine Interavia 4 55 speed siugntiy exceading M0 and 33) a ritual lamp used for ancestor But he thought if it was not
—which circulates b d th ’ s sna nian he feo talink an none “We cted all tacts ana Worship overturned, setting fire to for capital brought to the colony
ae : ® che ates beyon e lron Curtain. he MiG15's 640 miles an hour : { 0
IR Ministry Security Officers are : , sing 7 is’ estimated by Interavia's details connected with the new © bamboo houses. by people from the United King-
. . . Interavia, published in Geneva in German, — correspondent type which we could find in Che fire which broke out during dom who had taken up residence
e to conduct an urgent investigation Spanish. Fr h. and Engli a - Only one Switt nas so far aviation magazines the night spread rapidly among here, Bermuda could have reached
‘ A ; Spanish, French, and English, has agenfS and town. That one was damaged “Lots of details were pub- highly — infl able home- int where it longer had
into the publication abroad of informa- listri . se C * . s in a forced landing last Septem- lished before secrecy was intro- ua ughly inflammable home ©, POSES: WESTONS AO: FOOEEE -ORE 9
: cariol distributing offices in 19 countries, including RA dag ss noc vet back in tne yebed before secrecy was intro. eads —UP, balance,—(CP)
tion about Britain’s new top-secret = Communis! Hungary alr. that a new factory was starting
——— —_ — ——————— -
eg In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station
U T * e iCable and Wireless (W.1.) Lid. advise Harvey W. Wiley, Alcoa Roamer, Lind
* that they can now comunicate with the Syana, Liberte Alcoa Planter, Del Valle
following ships threugh their Barbados Bangavaa k » Denhaag, Rodas, Lady
». Tourists Spent Experts f ight Eeriag cae oie thn Herbs Raney ae, Sey eee fag
ger, Finyaku Maru spe Cumberland
e $8 8. Cavina, Elm Hill, Garonne, Ari S. Rosa Fe a3 wi tae t Suna i . rs
karee, Andrea Gritti, Sundale, Philos« bank Lady Nelsor Interpreter Alcoa
108 000 000 In 1 5 1 oO Ki lle Ss pher, Wave Laird, Defender, Fort Grou- Pe t, E I erto Hil Ribera
9 9 ' I 7 ard, Securus, Boskoop, Stentor, Hermes, Oran) i, Merrimac and M.V. Athei
Casablanca, Arkansan, Esso Seranton, Dutch

'/ TRAVELLERS from the

United States are turning

more and more to the Caribbean, Central and South Ameri-

ea for their vacation travel.

This is shown in information

received from the Travel Division of the Department of

Commerce in

Washington.

According to the agency,

United States travellers spent $108,000,000 in this hemis-

‘ ‘ oil-rich Kuwit and vast expanses Now a vigorous campaign

phere during the first half of 1951. to the southwest. against the scavengers of crops

nme , aa ; pidenok They come to lay their eggs and and fertile land is underway in

Ce eee cog. ahi Compaatn whey contalsared eat into the heart of Iraq and they the remote provinces of Basrah
fer the simu 4 Stair nies ~ are met by science — twentieth an untafiq.

the year before, when the figure oe Seen eaneiae cee century poisons and spotters in Crews have been alerted else-

Was $96,000,000... . Significantly, struments, two models of company i¢ePs. _ Their eddying flight is where for the plague is expected

expenditure by tourists to Europe
showed a corresponding decrease
for the same periods, dropping
from $88,000,000 in the first half
of 1950 to $74,000,000 in the first
six months of 1951....The Travel
Division feels that this growing

ini of United States holiday Lyttelton Answers THURSDAY—By B.W.LA For JAMAICA:— _ s ie ih in BCU
tra S in their own hemisphere " : ARRIVALS Marcella Penzel, udedsrs so Wriahity at er PEPSODENT mirror test
Pos omar to increased trans- Question Om €.D.C. "3s" Sime toner, 3, Dey, x. “ores vinckier ON wh k- y
ee guitics «2s well as to the ees Honton, E- Knight, R. Hill, W Mitzel, Nena Casson, Angela Gonsalves, Peter > w »e
sing campaigns which sev- M Harris, Devrient, S Welch, G. Bryan, ; A ane
ral Caribbean and Latin Ameri- Expenses Grant Inniss, G Gregory, M. Gregory, J. Yor FURETO RIGO st Saaskell yas
tries } conducted i Gregory, C Gregory, E_ Gregory, K Samue arkell, arcia L. ar’ 5

can countries have conducte n Gregory, E Thompson, E. Sevenoaks, Harry Saftell, Helen Saftell, Frank

‘United States....News of one LONDON. 4. Me Ganity. : Damrell, Evelyn Damrell, John Herron








vertising effort has recent-
received ..., This was to
t that during the month of
January one of the better known
New York Fifth Avenue stores de-

vessels, and advertising material.
. . , . The Bull Lines are also
sponsoring a similar exhibition in
Chicago.



In the House of Commons on
19th February Mr. J. Morrison
(Conservative, Salisbury) asked
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies on what grounds it was

IRAQ, March 7.
The Government stepped up the
war en locusts, a scourge since the
time of Nebuchadnezzar. Wave
after wave, they sweep in from

chorted by experts using Walkie
Talkie.

The deadly lecusts began ap-
pearing in South Iraq towards the
end of February and they have
since been coming in ever-increas-
ing numbers,








to spread through Am Kut, Ber-
bara and Hillah. —U.P.



SEAWELL

oe

ST. VINCENT:—
Ree Peter Bryan, G. M. Richards,
F M Richards.
From DOMINICA:—
WN. L. Berlyn, Arthur Farger
las Alleyne, Joffre Shillingford

Dous-

Peat Poneman page! 8 RR

Mary Herron.

Harbour Log
IN CARLISLE BAY





“It feels as if there's always some-
SAR Ee my oye, ote sont Mother
worries; “Oh! Is his sight alright?”

“His sight is fine!” says Doctor. The
trouble is inflammation caused by

glare and dust.

I advise Optrex.”

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aribbean . , ’ - Trpo aioe ul, I Gill, M a + 8c onderfu ‘ounsellor, c) He . :
‘ture of the winde i Be soo fea- ment Co ration should | be poner OF Glenn, § Glenn, J| Marea Henrietta, Sch. Emanuel C, Gor- tains a special ingredient called
@ collection of articles manttfae- oa en individually to the bs excira, M Texeira, C. Stephenson, P. Sith ha on Rainbow My Sch TAM,
‘ u “1es = n mem- ad 7 : Pilgrim, Sch, Rainbo + § A ;
Wed in the Caribbean....These bers. Cavers, eres for TRINIDAD:— Van Siuytman, Sch. Cloudia 8., Sch Irium, it gets rid of dull film on
ded the well-inown broad Triton Seoretary ofMeteMec Getta wn, RG BAMA pein Mah Pavan : .
oi ae i” paste a inte’ f sine C i Recreate 2 Paul Prensa ct werner, JOR Fleck, Sch. Harriett Whittaker, Sch, Gita M ; your teeth a makes them NEXT— Clean your teeth
irto ico and the ominican ate for e Olonies rep. : e : e Irving, Sch Enterprise 8 Vv. Lady Joy with Pepsodent. Do this
‘ : Helen Soper, Grace Irv 5 rp! * \y : °
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mats and screens made from ment expenses was felt to beMpirkmyre, Beryl Bladon, Orest Forest. M. ‘oneka, ‘aribbee a week
fonut palm leaves, mahogany more appropriate for the Board. (Anxelica Spierman, Allan Outram, John ABBIVALS hk th be bri
ilits y dividual be h Pactiey, William ‘Bond, Esther Bond, S.S. Lady Rodney, 4,908 tons net, week your teeth become righter,
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Ings, ashtrays a ow! . . i ‘ . ) si" he: an eve 2
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952
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C I A S S I F IE D A D S PUMLIC SALES |PUHLIC NOTICES | GOVERNMENT NOTICES | GOVERNMENT NOTICES
= _ islecaesimlinidiee lee. alk |
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATE NOTICE :
se Sy,80, Ret, hold ourselves reap. nsible | wee. danciomeladl VACANT POST TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK TO THE
or Bicycle frames and parts left in i s
site tach: Cesteus ke Aiieaih FOR SALE TUBING GOT, A Gudreie Ud. | Werk Mop. ee ol ealing baa cepatis | go caieees IAN, COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT MENTAL HOSPITAL
amnouncements in Carib Calling the | ing spot situated at Brittons Hill next] are done while you wait. Cash and carry | pplications are invited for appointment to the post of Physician, ~ +}
charge is $3.00 for any number of words | ——__——— Mr. Maurice Cave, overlooking the | system |Colonial Hospital, St. Vincent, B.W.I. on the following terms and TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the
ap to 50 and 6 cents per Word for each Golf Course and Navy Gardens, BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE Prey J a March, 1953.
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2908 AUTOMOTIVE ing of approximately 17,000 sq. ft. G. H. MARSHALL, | conditions :— , ey Mental Hospital for the period ist April, 1952, to 3ist March, 19»
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death at further Particulars apply: John 121, Roebuck Street Service. | Duties: Administrative control of the Extension Hospital of 2. Tenders should be framed in terms of 100 pints. The present
ont hy after $ D.m ’. Corbin, c/o Geddes Grant, Ltd 8.3.52—6n. | i iculars
ntl a SAR ieek Puta Gaia Mamane | enee see sees Ss 52-130 , | about 30 beds for tuberculosis and/or isolation cases and the| %aily requirements are about 100 to 200 pints. Further particular
DIED Ghder 3,000 miles, 2 showin 8d. Apply: | nc tneemae tenes NOTICE Fort Institutions, Medical Care of sick in the Colonial Hos-|â„¢ay be obtained from the Mental Hospital.
Sep feiph Beard, Lower Bay Street. Phone} SARSARERS MOUSE Phat’ desirable PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH pital and responsibility for training Nurses and Dispensers 3. Tenders marked “Tenders for the supply of Fresh Milk to the
STROUD: On March 7, at the General|5010 after hours 8697, +.3:0— See eee on eee ee oe Michael.) ‘Those persons owning dogs in this “ ; ; : 7 Mental Hospital” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any
So ROEM ricGla, Hee DORE | nent, SANSIT OF B'Razen 125 perghes Of lend. | perish and Have notdigerised sume during | in conjunction with the Resident Surgeon, and to assist the tal Secretary's Office
leaves her late residence Speights-|_CAR—1947 Ford Super de Luxe W-8,)7Tn& house contains @ Bedrooms swith | the month of February are kindly asked Resident Surgeon at operations offieer by name) will be received at the Colonial Secretar c
town this afternoon at 4.30 p.m. for | Excellent condition. Always owner driven, a ~ Seances! eer hed, drewing, dining |¢9 do so without delay | aks ' i . * up to 4 p.m, on Wednesday 12th of March, 1952.
the St. Peter's Cemetery Ring 4433 or 9635. C. B. Jackrean, tt ee ig Kithen etc. A. T. KING | The Physician may be required to assume the administrative Pp 7 at he lowest or
Sidney Burnett (Som). Editha 18.2sb~ti.n, | tase srncioes §=(seenneah. 2a Parochial Treasurer. 4. The Government does not bind itself ta accept the lowest ©
Sera. emat Smiree, citanane | demeenneeenithiinsideeiisualibineinenmcents | vervaiee Toons eto. 3 rane, All services a Sooewh control of the Colonial Hospital.
ters), These are in New York. | CAR: Vauxhall Velox 1990 Model, | Installed. wind mill., cechard conteMing 8.3, 52—2n Emoluments: A salary,of $3,456 per annum is payable plus a any tender. 9
Ronald MacLean (Grand son,|7,.500 miles, like new. Phone 5126 many Vesieey of fruit trees, garden etc. . : . 1.3.52.—2n
Curacao), Prank MacLean (Grand 5.3.52—3n he a to view oe te res NOTICE } Specialist Allowance of $1,200 per annum if the holder
Barbados), Pauline, St, Joh — pane ellar ie . ‘| :
Peabaaneghlar burton.” °""| “TAN i0ey Va Bickewn, Vou te Seed “Te conay sung Noa; isn, Sipe All pores we Ri ecoag ohn tht secery Con of Lives Allowance of S00040 1 des Ball. n MILLS
8.3.52 gendition. Apply: @. Hurley, Boscobelle,| soiriner with counters, shelves and other | Barish are kindly agked to sendin their é cae y a 7 Se owance f ) paid. TENDERS FOR MAINTENANCE OF PUMPS AND WINDMILL‘
0 52-80. | hitings. Apply No. 47, Swan Street, Sec. | accounts to the undersigned not later onsulting ees: Consulting practice (but not Private Prac- vité in’ of pumps and windmill
IN MEMORIAM ELECTRICAL 4 ond Floor or on premises “ei Aen. { tice) is allowed. Fees on a gradéd scale for Private Patients Tenders are ee for ae ma’ veriod of hm rene Some tha in
———— 1.3.52—2n A. KING, at various nsti or a A is
BIRCR—In lovin TOY ot Elkese W110 | commen Parochial T: : i at the Colonial Hospital are id to the Physician. Z tract and
passed away on March 8th 1948. GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR | HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom Oe eer 1 pai ys 1958. The conditions of contrac

Every day in some small way
Memories of you come our way
Though absent you are ever near

| “ April, 1 to 3ist
S. Joreph. | Conditions of Appointment: The appointment will be on con~| (inher vie may bé obtained on application at the office of the
ceed Aa ee tract for a period of $ yeas tm tie Abst instance, but the| Caaaie meginess

8 cub, ft. Made in U.S.A. Has hever been| house, all conveniences, with party-
used, reason for selling owner unable] sized living room, open verandah, kitchen





to obtain Electric Supplies. On view atjand utility room. Garage, lau , 2) THE BARBADOS YOUTH MOVEMENT . L Se edie tern
Still missed still loved and ever dear.| Roache's Drug Store, Speightstown. servant rooms and Pm 5) —, : cna gE appointee may opt after two te be @ to the 2. he ed sstateme ts m0
Remembered hy— 6.3.52—2n.] On attractive hillside site, Rockley New| Its Aims, Apinvtias, and Motto. Aims: permanent, pensionable establishment. of to become th, na ecg
Irene, Sheila, Charlie, Darnley, Ruth, | —_ nn | Road, A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476.|to encourage a Citieenty and to + we on in oF Ee the Beg Eoeuaed e
ey ee Te Tae 52—I1r @ voit Setiuey TYE RADION tout models 13,2,52—t.f.n. 2 “ohne the lives of poor youths. eee pe - provided. is pe tract. ; dead

eae anal " tivities, Religious and General Know- ling Allowance : travell low: tbkidce. “Pender

now opening at Maffei’s Radio Depart-| PROPERTY: One Property at Fonta- | ledge, Muste; Singing; dramaties, Short- ing allowance paid 3. Sealed tenders in triplicate, marked on the envelop

BIRCH—Treasured memories of Elese

ment. Exactly as chosen by Broadcasting | belle with (3) bedrooms each with
Authorities in Jamaica, British Guiana | ning water Also one. at River Road.
British Honduras, Africa ete, after rigid} Both can be bought on terms. Part down
tests. Steady world wide reception | and balance monthly.

: A journeys to the Extension Hospital and the Fort Institutions. | for of Pumps and Windmills,” addressed to the Colonial
hand, Typewriting; etc., etc.; Motto; Lord ; ; ; :
help ua lest we fail. This iso movement Qualifications: Candidates should be registered or registrable Wrerefary and Dot to any officer by ae will be sonered, 3 tae
Which vou should really help: it is yours in the United Kingdom. The applications of Candidates who peg ee - a” Ss ORKS Up to: aig ciees See :

Birch, who was called to rest March
8, 1940.

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t teed. Ltd. 5.3.62—41 , 7% i ; of ae
Your Jovitee bats will So) Be aa: | Cte ee = eat eas Lord President dnd Founder. possess post-gradtiate qualifieations in Medicine (MRCP. 4, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest o1
For those you love you @ Middle Street Dial 2645. Rev. J. B, GRANT, L.Th ;
i oes toe ; “PYE" BATTERY RADIOS—6 Voit, just . . Pe . ee aden , . or M.D.) would be given preferential consideration. any tender.
Ever reapers by her dear friend eg ew ge tae Cd ON | 8.3.52—1n. Applications accompanied by testimonials and references should Oasis Ser THER 1.3,52—2n.
Elaine Downes. +5. yr 4.5960. ie ae on aun oie nae NOTICE be addressed to the Establishment Officer, St. Vincent, B.W.I., and
* end! The house oanteine Oremind. NOTICE | should reach him not later than the 2ist April, 1952. PUBLIC NOTICE
BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE FURNITURE | kan ee ee ee oscar "LIVINGSTONE. sMiTH Applications from members of the Government Service of any
1A 10N FURNITURE—At reduce prices. Mag.| Phone Mr, Tx Reece at arab NOTICE 1s eee CEN that au}Colony should be transmitted through the Officer Administering the CURRENCY NOTES ;
ASSOCIAT cfatrs Drees abies, Wyn, Dania | nd, 2 other ual rooms, chen el, | perona having any aeth ox ciim upon Government of that Colony. It has been observed recently that Currency Notes Have bee!
NOTICE OF BALLOT Lower Bay Street. — 6.3.89—-3n. | public competifion at 2 p.m. on. Beta eee et Maine Suen, |°-2-88~Sn. defaced by writing or stamping certain information thereon. Suc
There will be a ballot for the election | —- A SirunE-Uphoistered Suite _con ee tattenad March at the Office Of | Westbury Road in the parish of Saint uetion contfavenes Section 12 (2) of the Government Currencs |

~ et rae “ ~ y ‘ "
Bios re Tot the MSebelation taining of 3-seater Settee 2 Armchairs | CARRINGTON oe * Bienes 0 Elia ace ae cere DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Notes Act, 1937 (1987-1) as applied by Section 14 of the Currency |
for the year 1962-63, at the Legislative} cne $275 and the other $20, | leer Mee pen én, [are hereby required to send in their ‘Act, 1950 (195031 quoted hereunder, to which attention is invited.
Couneil Chamber, Public Buildings on}Cclearance. Also China Cabinet from $35 -l claims duly attested to the undersigned rr * ful authorit -* se (the
Counell Chamber cn 1952, between the | At Ralph A. Beard’s, Lower Bay Street. | ——————-—-—— a | gimothiy ‘Theophilus Headley, Public Teriders for the Savaty of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the 12 (2) Whosoever, without lawfu an ority es en o

{9 nd 3 p.m ; ase ; * | Trust f the Island of Barbados ementary in aceus' mutilates, cuts, tears
oorhe following persons have been nomh- | 1 shares pareaion Fisg insdvatite qualified Cote Had ot ne ore o Public Schools proof Dncrwutpiere ap Basi > els a salar any obs’
jnated:— POULTRY | 950 shares Barbados Shipping & Trading |Os8ear Livingstone Smith deceased, c/o Tenders are invited for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the or pel oles ore y
rerrreemnr® cuiciiad pn | ts @o pores seers Solicitors, No. a —_ Public Elementary Schools throughout the island d the toll a currency note whether by printing, drawing or stamping thereo!
W. B. DowgAs POULTRY—Ono Pure Bred Buff Rock| 49 shares WI. Biscuit Co. bg er eg 9F hemes, she 186 € sla uring the follow-| by attaching or affixing thereto anything in the nature or form

} 41 shares Barbados Telephone Co
8.3.52—1n 65 shares Barbados Ice Co
The abovementioned shares will be set
MECHANICAL \up for sale at Publie Auction on Friday
| the «1th day of Marety 1952 at 2 p.m’ at
ADDING MACHINE—American Adding Carrington & Sealy, Lucas Street.
Machine by Smith-Corona. Handy Hand 8.3.98

Members of Council:—

Cock and 4 Hens. Phone 2163.
H. BARKER M

ing school terms: — .
oceed to distribute the assets of the 7 i icti be liabl fine not ex-
eiid estate anand ‘the parties entitled 1. 5th May to Ist August 1952. ! of an advertisement, shall on conviction be liable to a

thereto having regard to the debts and 2. 18th September to 12th Decetnber 1952 ~ | ceeding five pounds.”
1 yhich shall th k .
bud’ motice and that I shall not be liable 3. 12th January to 10th April 1953, | (Signed) H. N. ARMSTRONG,

ssets distributed 2 Senior Currency Officer,
oO ara ahah ak Or pn ly ie. Particulars of the eonditions and requirements of supplying the



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| ———— ce | ‘ i Cc ency Board.
¢: igwie Co Ltd Otees YG g.80—an hot have: nad notice at the time of sven [Milk are embodied in the Contract, copies of whtich are available for ere eee ce
: D. MORRIS cece AUCTION coed sat pemmdbe tndeited to the eatd reference at the Colonial Sécretary’s Office. — mime
ke SMITH MISCELLANEOUS estate are requested to settle their said Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
| @. TALMA —_—__—_—_— = indebtedness ,without delay. the du form, f the C
Mr. R. P. Parris was also nominated] “Ger ANESE NIGHTS: Made from AUCTION SALE OF HORSES Dated this 6th of March, 1952. je pe! ance ©: e Contract.
> Mare oes Council but has with-l fine Jersey i New Styles Tor Comfort-| By permission of tie Berane a TIMOTHY, THEOPHILUS HEADLEY. The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
irawnh, sleep a ow is > istee, de a errr
Le AA eee ee Ob at) RIRPAPANT, 52| {Wo horses, the gelding HILL PRINCE | Qualified Administrator of the Bstate ot to the Public Elementary Schools” must réach the Colonial Sectetary’s | “—"onyapaL, rane A “
General Secretary. | Svan Street, 7.3.52—1n and LADY'S MAN. a 4 ps * is after- Osear Livingstone Smith, deceased , Office not later than 12 o’clock noon on Saturday, the 15th of March, iret att: D. ae sek :
‘ rm a a Paddock, . §2-—4r . < : EKA wih accep
SOSSSSSISIVIS FOF I POSTS, jGLADIOLT BULBS Spec BULBS Specially selected, 8.3,52—1n os ra a ae + toad tena ee (M.A.N.Z. LINE) Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
. and 12. each. Roache’s Drug Store, Se en nS ENE yEREEnEnEEENSNTnET ann nna? OTICE rhm oes no! ni se] Oo accep’ owest or any « ” inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
‘ ived f the . S.S. “TEKO. is scheduled ¢ i Se ;
WHAT THEY SAY! Speightstown, 6.3.52—2n- Ba atone Tey Seale Menthe Parisi OF ST, JOSEPIT tender, 5 * Soe and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 7th

4 from Adelaide February 15th, Melbourne
the ardéeaigned 08 a Sun ee arn 19th February, 1952. February 26th, Sydney March 4th, Bris-

bane arri at
saree 1952, for one year from the 25th 23.2.52—=3n, | about rill ish’ and Barbados about
are!

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LEPTON’S FRENCH COFFEE: A\ Wiite (deceased) I will sell at auction
tiitiversal favourite with connoisseuts: | at his late residence, Edmond Ville;
Fresh shipment now in the hands of your | Dayrells Road, Christ Church at 1.30 p.m.

said by a lady when paying for
her $4180 Gas Cooker:
“11'S THE BEST MONEY I'VE

instant.

M.V. DAERWOOD will accept









groce: and for St.
7 ‘| PHURSDAY, 13th March, 1952, a quantity 1952. ; nails April. 2 Cargo and Passengers for St. Lucia
EVER SPENT pe te sue os eee wee be ea cane bedsteads, washstands, tables,| (1) Supply of Provisions and Groceries, In aadition to general cargo this vessel oe ae a Poe. te, pnp
Wateh this space, ........-. +++ +3 : 3.95") | larder, Chest of draws, presses, benches, to be delivered at the house DEPART has ample space for chilled and hard omy te ince Se
Absolutely authentic quotations. “SEGRE AG Nee agement FT ihis| ubeatn scale, biavele, ladder, old lumber, | (2) of Fresh Cows’ k per RTMENT OF EDUCATION frozen, cargo. Wednesday 12th instant
Hlave you ggen these Cookers at I er ere tid mast ceenownieal of | und many. other items of imierest: Alge,| pnt fe Be delivered st Os ne UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS ding’ for tranahipanent Trinidad fo |{} MLV. CLARA | will accept
Gall and. see them before all are YJ all teas that commands the largeed sale | Ter Sondition. ‘Terms cast (2) Conveyance by Motor ort SYNDICATE British Gutana, Leeward and Windward |{}} Catde and Passengers for, Nossal,
“4 a 7 vor’ ms e : @ 7 5 2 : : : 3 1S. ate Epe -
delivered. ot ee wor. id ou Haye not et taade K, SANDIFORD, a “are te The School Certificate and Higher Certificate Examinations |'*!82%) o6,4¢ particulars apply — be notified
yourself familar with ft, drqp in end Ae ba nd from the Géneral Hospital or of‘ the University of Cambridge Local Examinations YURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD.,
SSCOCOCSSOSSCOSORSRSSESS obtain a complimentary sample. John 8.3. n. a * pe a See the eW.2, schoomme owner
F."Hutson, Lid." iatelbdtor AT Visor weet | pasa” Como trom the “Als Syndicate will not be held in Barbados OE i, ASSOCIATION (NC:
EE | on TUESDAY 11th, from 12 noon, @ lot house anid Corpses from the house After 1952 : | DACOSTA & CO., LTD., Consignee. ‘Tele. No. 4047.
TAKE NOTICE NEW TORNADO KIT—Complete with | of Safyy Matches, Basil Leather, Spall in any part of the parish Bi corpses All persons who are eligible to obtain authorization cards in order BARBADOS, B.W.1.
; Mast d Boom -00 Telephone: | Block Planes, Drawing pins, Iron ’ «
: Adams 91-61 oF enka Yacht Club. | Insecticides Powder and Liquid, Disin- the Almshouse to hearse 2 * a the 1952 Examinations are advised to communicate with
That His Eminence PREDERICK 5.3.52-6n | fectants with D.D.T,, Door Chimes large and to the grave. e University without any further delay, so that they may obtain the





land small, Body Dusting Powders and

J
OHANSON HINKSON, 0.H.P. is ROSE TREMSApply: David Dear, |other Items. Terms Cash.

N.B. Board of Poor Law Guardians | requi
rescrve the fight to send by Bug of other- equisite card by such time as the Entry Forms for the 1952 Examina+
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tions are available for completion. . i I \ EK;
’ H "s Lane, Coll * Rock or Dial R. ARCHER McKENZIE wise amy pauper who in their opinion * . é HARRISON
siecaslh ut oebaatite Adbthenss tien- || kee Syencer Ate, 8.8.0O 8. oe con be conveyed by such means. ed oe thee thee toanaet ef a Seaigeinn 9), 8 eee ee
este with permission to Confirm ~SPORTSMEN'S WOOL SOCKS~-60 cents , Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, Certificate of Education of the University of London. } (ee
Cathechumens in My Arehdiocese. |}| pair, Broadway Dress Shop. St. Josep! | Department of Education,
EDWIN McMILLAM JACK eu ioe tae See WANTED j i 25th February, 1952. 1.3.52.—2n OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM ;
International EXALTED WEETABIX: A fresh supply of this Saat ‘
Archbishop of thi . geome Due
pal Orthodox * Churn now ie ee bent ot Pyar qrece. Sonn GOVERNMENT NOTICES Vessel From Leave: Barbados
(Greek Commission) Inc F. Hutson, Ltd. Distributors HELP VACANOY si POST OF SENIOR MASTER, 8
in New York, 1939. : peta “2.3,52—2n GR R SCHOOL, DOMINICA §.s. “ aa mndon 29th Feb. 12th Mar
A GOOD COOK—Apply: Eric Park, 5.S. “ Pees cog asgow & 5 ;
Station Hill, St. Michael, ; " Applications are invited for one vacant post of Senior Master . i
FOR RENT so a, 5:8 ached bee eat he er Dominica Grammar School. The school roll at present numbers 150, s.s. “ S ‘ mae 8th Mar, 22nd Mar
ornare nett OT 6 F re No. 6|and courses will be offered up to the Higher School Certificate ex-| ¢"¢’° st i ee ion ‘ 27th Mar. 18th April
var . ) , S. A , 5
jae sae Oi tigs ie = gg 4 wna be bublished in the|®™ination of Cambridge University. VEr poo! 29th Mar. 10th Apr
| ; HOUSES House, Worthing View. *4.3.52—3n will Pp 2. Qualifications. Applicants for the post should hold a Uni- —_— —
ce Cream Parlour cial Gazette of Thursday 6th | ,, :
indhiapaibiaasia can ieiharenenstttethctiatacitnctltigelachenceanton 1952 versity degree and be qualified to teach (1) English, History and HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
ATHLONE HOUSE, Fontabelie, con-| CIERK: A Lady Clerk with a knowledge arch, . Latin, and (2) Mathematics.
CALLED taining two flats and suitable for board. | of shorthand and typewriting for a well|6th March, 1952. 3. Salary. The post is pensionable, The salary scale is $1,920
ing house. Apply to K. Sandiford, Spry | established Commission office. Must have 8$.3.52—I1n, : { ,. 9 Vv 1 f For Closes in Barbados
6é THE CARIN Po Street. Dial 2374. 8.3.52—2n. | Some previous veaense. When apply by $120 % $2,400. nit = Aah =. or on oeaian SS. 0} ” tétion 13th March
A ing, state qualification and experience. Salary 18 also ‘a n Oonsideration Wo ven to ps ¢
e TRISDALE—Barbarces Till, Drawing | Applications treated strietly confidential. suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with their 8.8. c - Liverpool 24sh March
situate at Upper Baxter's. Road and GENES toe. & bantocma “Witty rane | Salnry according {0 capability, || Apply: | TENDERS FOR UNIFORMS | qualification and experience. For tutther Information
Well squinped and stocked. Good {I Servants rooms, |All. services. inciuding | Pany mee mt oc, | Separate tenders are invited for| 4. Quarters, Quarters are not provided. apely te...
woman. Owner willing ih iesie Gas. Variety of fruit trees. Phone Mrs. naaeee the making of Uniforms for the 5. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations DA COSTA & co LTD A
in part of the price with the right Bellamy 8365, 8.3,52—t.f.n ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH ,|Police, Harbour Police | and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages. ” =o gents
person." Apply at Midale street {| “7A BROWNE FORTEst, Movinias | $90,00 plus fees. Appheations to Vicar | Brigade for the year 1052-88, Fur- |. 6.. Passage on first appointment. The officer's pemane en, Bet
pot. al 2695, Gab! 5 bedrooms upstairs tollet and | by March 18th, Fhclosing names of two |ther particulars can be obtained | appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children (in

bath, drawing and dining rooms down- | persons for reference Only applica-
stairs, kitchen and pantry. Garage and | tions of good and experienced Organist
rervants rooms. Apply to G. W. Maynard, | will be considered. 7.3,.52—3n
Park Road, Bush Hall. Phone 4218. —_——————

8.8,52—2n, SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Golf
Club. Free quarters in Flat over Club

from the office of the Commission-| of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow

e
er of Police. him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. Steamship C 0.
Tenders, in duplicate, should be 7. Conditions of Service. The officer will be subject to Colonial ”,
forwarded in sealed’ envelopes | Regulations and local General Orders. 4 9nc.










































addressed to the Colonial Secre- cations stating the applicant’s age, qualifications and teach~-
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with | House, containing 2 bedrooms, living-|tary (and not to ey by | ing jence, and indicating the earliest date on which he could
5 “ ng. ; i ; + : ; atansaasipliapeoe
TRINIDAD For ‘further perticulats “Appay to ‘Alms | light. water and “fuses, Knowledge et |RamMe) so as to reach the nial | assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator, Dominica.
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. | Golf an advantage, canvassing will dis- rene Office not later than J. HAMILTON MAURICE, NEW YORK SERVICE
TERR Az10 EXP $.2.00—tt.n, | quality, Apply by letter to Serene = ~ h, —_ ‘ pean: XY fS. “ ARTIGAS” sailed Mist February = arrives B’dos 4th March, 1952. *
-——_——__OoO OO - - rom om er jear oo. ‘’ Ss f . 52.
ERT FOR RENT OR LEASE obtained. 1,3.52—t.f.0 anna Miahaer tax Rous tee. 28.2.5; ‘TA S' aails 8th March — arrives B’dos 19th March, 1952,
LAND: Spot of land situate at Bath- | —————————— I o ry i f H
sheba on the seaside next St, Aidan’'s MISCELLANEOUS orms » en ” or. arbour ne dh eam aa saat apg om RE = TN a ae ses
Specalised in Bath, Kitchen Chapel. Apply No. 47 Swan Street, Police. Uniforms”, or “Tender for VACANT POST OF CLERK, LABOUR WELFARE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
* bpesioieie 1.9.82—95 | TiS¥ers Boy's Second-hand Bicycle. | Fire Brigade Uniforms”, as the (HOUSING LOANS) ORGANISATION S.S. “LIBREVILLE” sailed 18th February —arrives B’dos 1st March, 1952.
and all Kinds of Decoration food condition, Call 8496, case may be. 3 A STEAMER sails 27th February — arrives Barbados 1th March, 1952.
{| ANNOUNCEMENTS es oe ST cans Eee ae eee 23.2,52—3n. Applica até invited for appointment to the post of Junior | °
| HOUSE; Furnished or Unfurnished Clerk in the Labour Welfare (Housing Loans) Organisation, SERV.
ag aan pave wiles fo seturp oun. regired to, Ran i sdtichae, | Tenders for the Supply of an ed one ~~ be ~ possession of a School Certificate or = _
+ > . iy ugust |e s 5a a certificate of equivalent standard. SOUTHBOUND
offers services as Companion, Governess | bedrooms with servants quarters and gar Fresh Milk to the
, | ‘or passage Dx: Full particul to Box C.N., ‘ ; ; ae
or ee in. zotumn for passage. gem: ee c ‘gs * om GN. Lazaretto tao peg i — we ~ eo he ae _ a si ime Name of Ship Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
I U R N | § Hl le alae gRrAMro— We fant to, buy stamps.) Temdiate pe invited foe, Wie spn [aalery Oh SvC0.e ber ania ; 0s (AEA Geoaace” |. Saab Remeuary Tar March
a pnts any a § 5 oe o. . arch
MAIL NOTICE bie ‘spot. ¥éa. So tee cravtibest aRamD. oe Wer th of to the Laza 4. This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and|*.. “ PILGRM” .. |... ain March 24th March
FOR EASTER Society, 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Street. o for the period 1st April, 1952, | subject to termination by one month’s notice 6n either side, A cent Fate ee ae March Qnd April
i 4 MAILS for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trin- ; 5.3, 52—6n, 00 ee ‘estanentt th 5. Applications in writing, with testimonials, will be received 4 a ee 7th stay
} ® dad, Jamaics ‘ g ritis! en I * , i s 7
is nearer than you think Gait te ine Rea odode ELSON | UNFURNISHED HOUSE Wantea os| terms of 100 pints. The present by the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary’s Office, Bridgetown,

up to the 15t e 2.
BASTER NICE Bureaus, Bed- . » CE,
steads, Beds, Cradies, Wardrobes,
Wasbstands $8 up, Coil & flat
Springs— TABLES for Dining.
Kitchen and Fancy use, Larders.
Waggons,. Tea Trolleys, Side-
boards—Kitchen, China and Bed-
room Cabinets, Liquor Cases $5.50
up—DRAWING ROOM FURNI-
TURE, Rush Furniture for Little
and Big— PIANOS, Pram, Ice
Boxes Typewriter, and oth®r Nice
Things—ALL AT MONEY SAVING
PRICES.

will be closed at the General Post Office | s60n as possible, moderate rental, three
as under:— bedrooms, minimum. Must have servants
Pareel Mail at 12 noon on the 8th | reom in good condition and garage. Pre-
March, Registered Mail at 8 a.m. Ordin- | ferably Pine Hill, Belleville, Welehes Dis-
Rlarny Math at 8.80 a.m. on the 10th | trict. Notify: J. F Haslett, Phone 3311
Mareh 1952. Barclays Bank 8.8.52—I1n

daily requirements are about 56
pints, delivered at the Institution
twice daily at 6 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

3. Tenders marked “Tender for
the supply of Fresh Milk to the
Lazaretto” addressed to the Colo-
nial Secretary (and not to any
officer by name) will be received
at the Colonial Secretary's Office
up, to 4 son on Wednesday the
12th of March, 1952,

4, The Gov ent does not

| These vessels have limited passenger accommodation,
Tenders For Transport Of Off | ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
S ns cets
Tenders are invited for the Saearance by motor-car of 2 APPLY:—DA OO8TA & CO., LTD.—OANADIAN SERVICE



Revenue Officers from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St. Lucy,
waiting for the Officers ahd return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to
8ist March, 1953,
2. Approximately three visits weekly at the Distillery are neces-
sary and the time spent in waiting varies from three to six hours.
3. Tenders should be for a rate per mile including waiting at

eee, peel ee at a te aneetennatadt aah tai inl

GOVERNMENT NOTICE >

TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS



If you are in need of



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: : ‘ é , ed
on Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the = ee ene The motor car provided is to be approved by the Comp- pay us a visit at — 8
L S WILSON three months beginning on the Ist April, 1952, to the following |° ; 1.3.52. —2n roller of Customs from whom further information may be obtained. CENTRAL EMPORIUM %
. . Government Departments — a ee . 4. Tenders, a the Colonial Secretary and not to any %
SPRY STREET. DIAL 4009 z : i Tenders for Burials at the | Officer by name, and mar! on the envelope “Tender for Transport” s
Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000 Ibs. (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets) K
msmonth a povernes OF oi number of| Leasarette ak ee wim ac. oe ee peesouneedotoccotosecesosnosesoseneoorococosos.:
prisoners, to elive wice at Hospita! > , A ws
the prison in proportionate amounts, SEALED TEND. in tripli« 5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or 699595959S5S$SSS9S9S658999 SSSOSBSSSOOOOO TOPO SOOO
"i Mental Hospital: Sweet potas a Es ae saa cate, marked on e envelope | any tender. e
a week, to elivered at the Men 0s-| “Tender for Burials” addressed to ; as

Ladies and (entlemen se twice ene proportionate amounts.|the Colonial Secretary (and not 19.2.52—Sn. 1 x CEP TIONAL VALUES x ,
something ams — as available. to any officer by name) will be ee ae ‘
This ts _ Eddoes — as available. received at the Colonial Secre- TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT 47 Per Ib x
WHO would not like to_live RON: Se Ea ry oe! — nts pe SEALED TENDERS in triplicate marked on the envelope GALV. NAILS a a A ‘
in a beautiful home? Who Week, comvedee twice weeny €6: ° ' ednesday the 12 of Mare “Tender for Fresh Meat” addressed to the Colonial Secre and | & x
would not like everything |}| ‘ saan rg hes et for the Sucsiing sd COmFINS not to any officer by name) will be reeeived at the Colo’ fal ees * WATERPROOF ROPE 72c Per lb. ‘
eround them stylish and ||| Bedi sacks “avaliable ata a. hae find the |tary’s Office up to 4 p2 Wednesday the 12th of none, for x * x
attractive? . . . Then why F PES gfe: ‘ : M Hos- q
not have your. GALLERY ||| 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each ental Hospital t riod ist oe ee ineeree —. to ~~ . et eae ir tanh 1% GARDEN HOES sa. eae 72c each %
COLUMNS, FLOORS, SID- of the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institu- Ag, . Sist March, 2953. ret e Lazaretto for the period Ist April, 0 31s os ° ‘
INGS, DRAW BOARDS and | tot concerned oo eee Mhceitt of the period from the Ist of April, . ~ ae rer. %, Rech Tender must be acconpiinied tb a lektee panel te % x
: aidpard vegad ad ! Ome. to the ene : wn to possess proper-|two persons known to possess roperty, engaging to become bound | GARDEN RAKES - - 30c. each %
MOSAIC OR TERAZZ0 3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed fy, engaging to become bound with | with the tenderer in the sum of four hundred and eighty dollars for *
. ane |to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so’as to|the person tendering in the sum the due performance of the contract. } i% Thes med more *
CULTURED PEOPLE reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Wednes-| of forty eight dollars for the due 3. All meat must be of the best quality; the animals must be/\ e @ mere , e
love it. |day, 12th March, 1952: The envelope should be clearly marked— | performance of the contract. slaughtered at the Market Slaughter House and fresh meat, in cuts) ¥
|‘“Tenders for ground provisions.” 3. roe art coe A of _ jeer than 10 Ibs., delivered to the Public Institutions at the BARGAIWS at &
Bavuite at... ...- a ; 7 : bind it oO accep e lowest of |contractor’s expense. %
BARBADOS CONCRETE :. Further information is obtainable from the Prison, the Men-| any tender. 4. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest | %
WORKS LTD. t Hospital and the Lazaretto : : 4. Particulars may be obtained | or any tender. 1 G W HUT HIN N & C LTD x
Black Rock. j 5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest] from the Heads of the Institutions 5. Further particulars may be obtained from the Heads of the| e é . Bere
any tender. - concerned. Institutions concerned. 1? %
1,3,52—2h. 1.3.52.—2n. [ 1,3.52—2n. * s666¢ 6o* OSSS6* GOSOSSOSOCOOCOOUOH





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Barbados Turf Club
2! SWEEP

SPRING MEETING

34 SERIES sold—A to Z,






1952
and AA to HH complete

340,000 Tickets sold @ 2/- each Gross $163.200.00
Less Govt, Tax @ 4c. per ticket 13,600.00
Net $149,600.00

First Horse 17 % $ 25,432.00
Second 8.5 % 12,716.00
Third 4.5 % 6,732.00
Fourth 2.5 % 3,740 ,00
Fifth 1.5 % 2,244.00
Sixth * 10 % 1,496 .00
seventh ,, 10 % 1,496 00
Eighth 10 % 1,496.00
Ninth ,, 1.0 % 1,496.00
Tenth ,, . 10 % 1,496 .00
Other Horses Divide ($233.75 each) 10. & 14,960.00
Serial Prizes Divide , : 24% 2,992.00
60 Other Prizes Divide ($126.93 each) 2 5.09% 7,616.00
Horse Owners Divide 10 %& 14,960 .00
Sellers’ Commission 10.91% 16,320.00
Charity 10 % 1,496 .00
Expense 2.0 % 2,992.09
Turf Club 15.0 % 22,440.00
95.0 % $142,120.00

Sellers of Tickets drawing Prizes

in proportion as follows:

divide

Seller of First Prize 9.5 % 710 60)
; , Second Prize 6 &% 448.80)
Third. Prize 3.5 % 261.80)
Fourth Prize 2.5 % 187.00}
Fifth Prize ieee 149 . 60)
Sixth Prize 1.5 % 112.20)
Seventh Prize 1.33% 99.48
Eighth Prize 1.338% 99.48
Ninth Prize 1.33% 99.48}
Tenth Prize 1.33% 99.48} 5.0% 7,480.00
Other Horses Divide 14 % 1,047.20
Serial prizes divide om 448.80)
60 Other prizes divide 12.68% 948 46/
Largest number of |
Tickets 17 % 1,271.60)
Second largest number |
of Tickets 6 673.20}
Third largest mumber |
of Tickets 5% 374.00)
Fourth largest number
of Tickets so 224.40
Fifth largest number
of Tickets 2 y 149.60
és , Sixth largest number
of Tickets Loe 74.80
Fractions 02} -
100 % 7,480.00 100% $149,600.00

Results of 6d. Consolation ‘

Series

Prize “A” “B” Amount
Ticket No.
lst 8099 1209 $140.00
2nd 0234 8980 100,00
3rd 0304 6340 80.00
4th 4044 2440 60.00
5th 4554 6955 50.00
6th 1503 2801 30.00
7th 2160 7214 20,00
8th 2989 6275 20.00
9th 9718 1904 20.00
10th 0496 2307 20,00
11th 7949 2126 20,00
12th 4114 5976 10,00
13th 7600 8817 10.00
14th 7278 5051 10.00
1$th 7395 5930 10.00
16th 5523 7347 10,00
17th 5572 1267 10.00
18th 1861 1663 10.00
19th 8141 6770 10.00
20th 0025 4554 10,00
21st 2163 1044 10.00
22nd 3434 9262 10.00
23rd 8068 4968 10,00
24th 1380 5735 10.00
25th 8573 7936 10.00
26th 5343 6053 10,00
27th 2951 8382 10.00
28th 3220 7633 10.00

$ 730,00



Tennis Results

KINGSTON, J’ca,, March 6.

In Montego Bay tennis matches
Mrs. Pat Todd beat Althea Gib-
son 6—3, 6—1; Mrs. G Heldman
beat Mrs. C. Drew Bear 9—7
6—3; Mrs. C. Pratt ‘beat Mrs.
Heldman 6—2, 7—-5.

In the Mixed Doubles Lorne
Main and Mrs, Patricia Ward beat
A. Stern and Mrs, Martha Bar-
nett 6—4, 6—2; Carol and Mrs.
Pratt beat C. Rood and Mrs. G.
Heldman 6—2, 9—7; D. Lurie and
Mrs. Fletcher beat A. Aris and
Mrs. Cover Ramsay 6—4, 6-2
L. A. Kirkcaldy and Mrs. Prac-
zukowski beat Brendan Macken
and Mrs. Drew Bear 7—5, 6—3;
Brendan Macken and Althea
Gibson beat R. Clemons and Mrs.
Porteous 6--1, 6-3

In the Men's Doubles A. Stern
and C. Rood beat L. A, Kirk-
caldy and G. Aris 7—5, 5—7
6--4; Budge Patty and Nils Rohls-
son beat Brendan Macken and
Lorne Main 2--6, 6—1, 6—0O; Dick
Savitt and David Lurie beat A
Stern and C. Rodd 6—2, 6—0.

Mrs. Pat Todd and Mrs. C
Pratt won the Women’s Doubles
beating the Wightman Cup stars

Mrs, Pat Ward and _ Helen
Fletcher in the finals 6—-1 a.
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Series
Prize “or “DD” Amount
Ticket No.

Ist 5375 7105 $140.00
2nd 4851 6185 100.00
3rd 2195 4178 80.00
4th 8451 0763 60,00
Sth 1608 W172 50.00
6th 1001 3903 30.00
7th 8308 3753 20,00
8th 2408 3980 20,00
9th 9636 5726 20.00
10th 2299 2763 20.00
11th 4037 5675 20.00
12th 5704 5597 10.00
13th 4819 4588 10,00
14th 7261 6746 10,00
15th 6839 2213 10.00
16th 0021 5059 10.00
17th 0812 8093 10.00
18th 9912 9577 10.00
19th 4771 7797 10.00
20th 3830 5441 10.00
21st 5905 1073 10.00
22nd 4192 5102 10,00
23rd 0160 0512 10,00
24th 6629 7603 10.00
25th 1953 7310 10,00
26th 5302 7679 10,00
27th 1449 2641 10.00
28th 3857 0690 10.00
$ 730.00



Government Tax $200.00 on
each Series.
J. D. CHANDLER
MORRIS SKINNER
BOVELL & SKEETE
per H. R. LEACH
ith March, 1952.



Olympia Defeat
st. Michael’s Girls

Olympia defeated St. Michaels
Girls by six goals to five in the
last hetball match of the first part
of the season yesterday at the
Nightengale Home, Black Rock,

* It was fairly well attended. At

half time the score was five—two
in favour of St, Michael's.

Shooters for St. Michael’s Girls
were QO. Agard, who scored one
goal and N. Branker with four.
For Olympia T. Barker shot three
goals and the other three goals
were put in by G. Ramsey. Um-
pires were Miss D. Donovan and
Miss D. Daniel,

The teams were:

St. Michael’s Girls : Z. Miller,
(Capt.) M, Robinson, E. Craigg, J.
Smith, A. King, O. Agard and N.
Branker.

Olympia : M. Barrow (Capt.),
K, Connor, T, Barker, I, Quintyne,
G. Ramsey, M, Morris and P.
Best.

THROUGH IT AGAIN

Zh WAY NOT LET HER
@ 00 THe CALLIN’ JEDOY#| ONE THAT TRIES
1 SHE'S DOIN’ IT ANYWAY

Spartan, H.C.
Draw Match

The Spartan—Harrison College
First Division football match at
Kensington yesterday evening

ended in a _ one-all draw. The
School team secured its goa! dur-
ing the final stages of the game.

Smith in goal for College, was
once more outstanding and hi
style pt running out of goal to
save or ward off an attack seem-
ed to baffle the Spartan forwards
Albert Williams, playing at ecen-
tre half-for the College team,
kept his forwards well fed, He
was the backbone of the team
Morris at left wing for College
also gav@é an excellent perform-
ance.

Spartan scored early in the first
half when Wood, their centre
forward, beat Smith with a shot
taken from inside the penalty
area. The equaliser was shot by
Teddy Griffith, College right half,

about five minutes before the
blow off. College kept up their
attack during the last five min-

utes and on two occasions nearly
scored,a winning goal.

Harrison College took the
touch with Spartan defending the
northern goal and kicking against

what little wind was blowing.
Spartan were first to go into
the attack, but Mayers, the
College right back, cleared the
ball,
College went into the attack.

F. Tudor their inside left, took a
shot which goalkeeper
saved. Griffith, College inside
right, received a long pass from
Simmons,

in position and saved.
Well Placed Shot
A few minutes later Spartan
opened their account. Wood,
their centre forward, beat Smith

with a well placed shot along the

ground.

College made a bold bid to get
the equalizer when P. Tudor gave
Morris on the left wing a long
pass. Morris beat Cadogan _be-
fore centering. Goalie
jumped into the air and pushed
the ball clear of the College for-

wards. Williams, centre half,
who was running through, took
a one time shot which was just
wide of the left upright.

College forwards again went

into the attack. On this occasion
F. Tudor took a well placed shot
which Atkins saved.

Shortly before half time Mor-
ris got in another good shot from
the left wing. The Spartan
backs cleared. F. Tudor received
the ball, but kicked wide of the
goal,. At half time Spartan were
wt oné goal in the lead.

s Soon as the second half be-
gan Spartan organised a forward
movement, Chase was now play-
ing at centre forward in placesof

Wood. Griffith, playing at left
wing, received the ball, but
headed wide of the goal.

P. Tudor nearly scored the
equaliser for the school team. He
received a through pass, _ but

Atkins snatched the ball off his
right foot.
Ball Rebounds
Spartan nearly increased their
lead when Griffith took a beauti-
ful shot from the inside right

position. The ball struck the
cross bar and rebounded into
play.

Paul Tudor, with a well timed

shot, went near to getting in the
equaliser for College. The ball
grazed the cross bar and re-
bounded.

Spartan now had the better of
the game. On two occasions Wood
took lovely shots, but goalie
Smith proved capable between
thé uprights.

During the last minutes Col-
lege fought hard to score. Mayers
took a long shot which Atkins
saved.

Their efforts were soon re-
warded. Teddy Griffith at inside
right, beat Atkins with a well
placed shot after a beautiful
centre by Morris.

When Referee Amory blew off
the score was College one—
Spartan one.

The teams were as follows:—

Spartan: Atkins, Bowen, Gib-

bons, Cadogan, Haynes, Gittens
Chase, Grant, Wood, Griffith and
Boyce.

Harrison College: Smith, F
Squires, Mayers, Pilgrim, A
Williams, Simmons, Morris, F.
Tudor, P. Tudor, Griffith, Med-
ford,

Referee: Mr, E. Amory.

WEATHER REPORT

YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrington: .05
in.
Total rainfall for month to
4 date: .35 in.
Highest Temperature: 86.0 °F
Lowest Temperature: 67.0 °F
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.940
(3 p.m.) 29.862

TO-DAY
Sunrise: 6.19 a.m.
Sunset: 6.10 p.m.

Moon: First Quarter, March 2
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 2.36 a.m., 1.49 p.m.
Low Tide: 8.17 a.m., 8.48 p.m.





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the left half back. He
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Atkins

Arsenal,
Newcastle

A comparatively mall crowd On resumpt fter the reces {
saw Everton and Empire Empire team seemed to have|
to a one-all draw in their 2nd. come on to the field with deter-
Alter ] eams Division fixture at Queen’s Park mination, and after two minutes}
yesterday. play saw the results when Harper |
\ j , A very notable feature of the at centre forward put in a well |
rom Our Own Correspondent) game was the fact that Everton timed shot |
4 LONDON, Mareh 7 took mastery in the first half of For the greater part ef the|
Newcastle, cup holders and the game while Empire outplayed second half play » concentra- |
Arsenal cup Seen have Pyerton in the second half of the ted nthe . irea but
experienced varying fortumes in game. Empi failed ) the decid-! ;
team selection for tomorrow’s ’ Empire took the touch off but ing’ ul. The game ende it Awash your face with Palmolive Soap ,
6th round ties quickly lost the ball to Everton the score at one all Then, for 60 seconds, massage with
With righthalf Joe Harvey fit who outplaying them in the The teams were as follows B paimolive’s soft, lovely lather Rinse!
Newcastle visiting Portsmouth opening stages, scored the first Empire: Grant, Jordan, Hayne | C Do this 3 times a day for 14 days.
announce a side unchanged goal. This resulted from a shot Rudder, Norville, Clarke, Morris, ! This clea massage
from that which won at Swansea at close range by Sealy at inside Bynoe, Harper, Douglas Jones dy ~~ lia
in the 5th round. + 3 right. : Everton : Collymore, V. Hare | re oe
The line-up will be Simpson, ‘For a short time Empire tried wood, Reid, Fowler, Archer,;
McMichael, Cowell, Harvey, to equalize, but Everton contin- Daniel, N. Harewood, Lorde,|
Brennen, E. Roblido, Walker, yeq to press them in the first Seale, Sealy, Morris. ‘
Foulkes, Milburn, G. Roblido, half of the game Referee: Mr. K. E. Walcott.
and Mitchell. ; : :
Arsenal who travel to Luton —
have not been so fortunate. Right
half Forbes, inside right Logie |
and centre forward Lewis are all a7 i
unfit. Milton, International out- eumatisin n @$ u
side right, will fill Logie’s osi-
tion. Shaw will be play at r O on
right half and Goring leads the ?
attack. The expected team is neys raine .
Swindon, Smith, Barnes, Shaw, ; v
Daniel, Mercer. Cox, Milton, If you're feeling out o’sorts, Get, cess poisons and acids is with

Goring, Lishman and Roper,

Portsmouth’s only change is
the return of Stoular at right
half. With the exception of;

Henderson at centre forward for
Clarke, the side is the same as
that which beat Newcastle 3—1
in a League match in October.
No Change

Luton will make no change.
Hugh McJarrow is suffering from
a bruised toe and reserve Moore
retains his place as leader of the
attack.

Blackburn who are expecting
a record crowd for their all Lan-

cashire tie with Burnley will
have Amateur International
Holmes at centre forward in
place of Quigley. Burnley's
doubts about star outside right
Elliot were relieved by a fitness] |
test yesterday and Elliot is

almost certain to play.
Sheffield United will
tomorrow whether to
Hutchinson or
tre forward

decide

play
Browning at cen-
against Chelsea.

Chelsea are not likely to change t

the side which won 5—1 against
Leeds at Villa Park om Monday,

Their line-up will be Robert-
son,
strong, Harris, Dixon; J. Smith,
Darcey, R. Smith, Bentley, Gray,

For vital Third Division South
game at Reading tomorrow, the
leaders, Plymouth, will be with-

out their key wing half Neil
Dougall. Yesterday he under-
went a manipulative operation



for a slipped spinal disc and may
bo out for the rest of the season.



Likely Failure

By IAN GALE

ST. VINCENT, March 7.
Even before it has got fully
underway, Vincentian yachtsmen
‘re predicting that the Carib-

ean cruise will be a failure,
The reason is that the few
-achts taking part can’t or won’t

Caribbean Cruise |
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keep to the schedule. Only five
achts called here so far:
Oregon, Search, Stella Vega,

Maria Catherina and Mollihawk.
‘faria Catherina is chartered by
/mericans who declare they are |
rot interested in the cruise and
vill stop off where and when and
‘or how long they wish. Molli-
l awk is too slow to keep up with
he fleet. The St. incentian
wned Stella Vega is disgusted

with the cruise and has with-
crawn,
Search left here a day ahead

(? schedule for St. Lucia and the
c her yachts are leaving today.

The crew of the Barbadian
,acht Oregon state they intend
keeping to the schedule even if
ro other yachts do.

They have a limited holiday!
end must return to work on time.

The general opinion here is)
that the first Caribbean cruise}
will also be the last. |

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B.T.C. Races, Garrison Savan-
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I'M.I I 11.11 I BARKAUOS ADVOCATE SATl'RDAY. MAKl 1 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONI 1509. i on UU AtTOMOTIVK *1 '"1 II Haarpml. Amnle Stream ller MM IMM Ml late la-aMenr* T a^-aThBa town Ihla IWm at SB V m lr Iha St aPaiara CnaMn Sidney Bnrnrtt 'Bw CdithHtirhatl. Klhel Jarkitaan 'inulb%  era,. Thear %  MM Tar* Ronald HMlnn itirand M. -." Prank V.wlasan iQranrf •on Brt*>". P-uiiar. Hi JoMi larnxl aUniftrtrT Br**W • Si* II IM 14 SAIIS REAL ESTATE 3 *POT J -ated 1.1 I Wr Mairrlt* Cave. I reni JI Man Qm4m i !" 'id^i| an| .-pain %  *:< ra i SAIIS -. am (I II MAHSHALI. Ill Bi-l-.ck pin—I •— IN MEHUUAM Mm N In lOVIag in*"*"' tMgatd away an March Bth IBM tray dsr in •• aanatl n; MMMWI.-4 f oa *om Mar Though ahae.it > % %  Mill n taunt ntlll aw ad and eve Himawihfrm n Iroof. thtlla. Chart* raa.ii.aa*. i neap on "<" •** Yotu loving %  >" For thoae you lave 7U Shi v God grant yOu HI* atarn*! n tver rrmorrvbered by Her than BlaHM Down**. BARBADOS CIVIL SERUtl ASSOCIATION vita i-a-aiae-i. Ml %  %  i —PfTl aarra on Ihe Council of "it A-M-ruti Salurd*... Ulh March. ISM. OaHaverai I j ..i a ., ,„ jnd The following pt-twim* bMHJ been ** %  toMMb%  %  W H [JQUQ1.AS i B c BPIUNOI %  Members ol Cow J II IIAHKOI C A. COTPtM ii cot'lJITON I • %  I oig Store Spaighlatr.avn %  3 V *r> PYF. IIATTTRY HAII(>* Shlpananl •* volt baiier> PY*. RADIOS iMJg mod. haw opening al Mallei • Radio I>-1-i narnl Kvaclly ... chosen try nraatdcnati Author Hie* in Jamaica. SrIUah *. ampl 3iiw. all e-ivenle-r. xllh portytad living mom, open v*randan. krU-han and uliligr inom Onrago. laundry. I alia. RoegllT Nvv* PCBLH' iIIUS GOVERNMENT NOTICES GOVERNMENT NOTICES TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH Mll.K TO THE MENTAL HOSPITAL NOTICE Ull-R Of -T Kl-IM Thoao peeaoni owning dogn pariah and hava) not. Mconaed aa -ie < Ihe itnth of leoniarj are Undhj a* do ao wiUinut dolay A. T KING %  1 J B 1 1 NOTICE fWII Or "IT MM rg All pvraona .>r flrma dealing arltH Ihtf pan-h are kindly Mated I-end in lr..ir aeeounw 10 iho underwgned not .Mae llrfn Ihe ITlh ingt A, T KDH3. ParorhMl TrvaamreBt. Jovph imin ggi %  "W* 11 mi) b-Ui Middle Street rnportv at font*. a each with runal River Hood TAIAIA IV-ria ... IMO Mi. Caunril b1 L A IIAIJ. F P WHAT THEY SAY! |gdy v.hvn pavi-R I M K I1W Qua Conker IT'g TB1 MBT MONItT I'TE %  TE BPtwr" •VaMh tliM apaeo Abaolntelv anlhrnlit q.muuotia. Have >ou aavn tfa* Ckera al yr.ur Oaa %  hnwio.-naWrt' delixrred KM belor %  II El KN1TURK Malpll I le "l a 3 M-..m HHNITCRE ITpholat.red Suit, t.lnn w pi Mawtaa *-llee J i VJtS and the adkae BBS* TOr irance AMo China Cabinet In-n U Kolph A fe>.rd>. Lotr B. -hn-et a 3 M PHINOVna.r Mh Avenue. Ilelle Motb. U.l to eneaaaagv uaofi.. Impiova the Wiea i _ Muate. Slnglt.g hand Typowiniral. a* help IM l#at e fall Thu II a raov.-rv.ecit :h >ou %  hould rawu} ii'HR.v I. DRUC-E-ClAJiKE, Lotd Prealdamt And fVindgc Rev. J B f.RANT, UTT ain OLCA nrtoMTfT B I W-ln VACANT POST POST OF I'HTSHIAN. COLONIAL HOSPITAL. ST. VINCENT Appliintiorii hr* invltfl for appointmrnl to th poat of PhjBVlan. i -anial Hospital, Si. Vincent, B.W.I. on the followini terms and in •— DM tin: Adminisitative control of the Extension Hospital of, .bout SO brt. for lub.-.culo.U .ml or jol.l.o,, .. d ^\WrWbmMMm For, MIM. MedK.. C o, M lb. Colon,.. Ho~*S32!!22i£52L?X; pita) and responglbilily for training Nurse* and Dispenser< in ooaJaaWllaa Wtttl the Resident Surgeon, and to assist the Resident Surgeon at operations. The Physician may be required to assume the administrative control of the Colonicl Hospital r aavtHuanettta : A -alarv.nf $3,456 per annum is payable plus ;i Specialist Allowance of SUM per annum If the holder poMasaaa post-graduate qualifications in Medicine. A tern* porary COM of Living AUowar.ce of $380.40 Is also paid. rufisBltimg A Fees: Conultln| practice (but not Private Practice) is allowed. Fees on a graded scale for Prlata Patient* at the Colonial Hospital are paid to the Physician (nndltM.ii* art Appointment: The appointment will be on conI 0 t nw p g l rt i eularii may be obtained on applicatii tract for a period of 3 years in the first instance, but the I colonial Engineer ,„_, •-, .PPO,„. !" ., op, mm laaffW .o b, .vaa-M u, -^f-5JJ^J-^ l0 5Sr^ p.rm.r*.„. pon.lon.blc UblUhment KaTTlhc V„m of nl!TpSnd. for lb. du. p.rforro.ncc of the conmurtrr* : No (|U.rt.rs ar. provided. Tr.rllln 1 Allowaju. : A Inrrlllni .llow.nc is paid for I j. Sealed tauten In Irlpljc.t.. markm on th. rnvi th. Extension Hosplui TENDERS r ln.lti for th. supply of FRESH MILK to the Mentau Hospital for tn* period III April, 1951. to Slat HncH 1SS 2 Tenden should b. framed in terms of 100 plnta. The prent iboul 100 to 200 pints Furlhw parttoilai' S. Tenders marked "Tenders tor the supply of Fresh Milk to the Mental HoapH.!" .ddresaed to the Colonll Secretary <**l "t '<• %  ' ufOeer by najne) srill b. receteed at th. Colonial BMnl | n't-' up to 4 jn. on Wednead.y ISth of March, 1052. 4. The Goernm.nt do.s not bind ItMlf to accept >he 1 •WtmaK. 1.1.52-3TI-NDF.RS FOR MAINTENANC't OF FUMF5 AND WIM.MI1 I Invited for the maintenance of pumps a_n^ .julnull Tender. I ~|at various Public inaufulions for a period of on. year U-. .. AprS, Ian. to the Slst March. 1*58. The condition, of contract ami n,„h— „.,ti.„l.r. mil be obl.lned on application .1 the office m II nd th. Fort In.litut.ona. fur Maintenance of Pump, and WindmilK" aj *j % %  oaallhratlon. : Candidate, should be .......red or regiatrable Sectary and not to^any offlcer by name wil irf.( M -.h-'l'olonial Secretary's Ofhce up tj 12 oclock I March. H52 • %  ..inKiUIWn vlc Tho above will tie oat up lor aala at -iifton -i I i> m Streel. B S sa-4an. POULTRY ca Barbadoa Oovammeni Honda .. n^tbadinee baMaaaaa ea W I Rum MeRiter. aa B*rhaclrr> SMDMna A Trading %  ,si Co MECHANICAL AnniNo MAtnimr An %  < Maehine by Rmlth-Comna Handy Hand Wodel almoat *> I id otiv. H if MISCELLANEOUS rlUUANBMI MJOHTUW Madi W Jeraey In Metr Slylea for Ci Me aaaaafi BliW. Pink. Whlto 93 t Ttwr* for B. to ,, RIKPAl-' Sn Btrvot 1 1 GI.ADI01.I RUI lOr and lr each Rpeighlalown ,11. Wlaa-ted. Dmg Sline g J SiV—In ijTnNs PRENCH roppp.i: universal lavnuftte with rontaolaai rreah atilpinent now In the hai grocer John P Hutaon t-ld IlifarlbS 7 3*-*. .... lui.i rviap Alt .h.rei Borh-id' %  I %  ,rn'ir.n-d aharea will He act '" %  •• rH M'ireh l"rVI at I |> m' at AUCTION MlU'l • lewarda, .Ml.IT111k ..... afterNOTICE nx*i UVlROaioM .-MI1M WITICT: %  HERr.nv OlVIH u* all nr-on. ii-ivlng any debt oc claim Upon r ..tlrciing lhai aatole of Uvrar Uvlngitrmt taaiilth. lot* oJ Marina iqiurr. Writbuiy Ihud in the pariah "( Saint lael in IhM Mlatn (Vftq died tn thtt laland on the Ind dnv ..I Padartlary 19SI. hgraby lequiied Ut •a-rad In thai* a dill/ atteated to Ihe uatdcruglted rimr.il" Tlimphlhia Headla^, Itibllc Triialvw ol th* l.tand of BarlMdaya qualified AdminlatratoT of tl-e Ealate cf Oaaar Uvingatoa* Sinith d-r-aaed Ma*ne> (inrT.li. H-Hril"' ajUi-vl, rtrldgaiown, mi oi ba-aovr UV da. r-f Ma. ItSf. an which data? I iroceard M dlatrlbute the anrU a-id •ata'.e arnung Ihe B-rllr. e.ilitlecl ll-relr. having regard to iha debt, amd rlalma only o( whach 1 ahall than have tad notice and Ihot I ah-ll not oe liabla. lot the aaawta ao diMCtkutaag to amy peraon art anaaa debt or i-lalm I .nail r.ot have had naMMe at Ihe | %  the L'niteii Kingdom. The applications of Candidates who poCTMj post-graduate quaUrieations in MaKlickne (M.R.C.P. or MH would be given preferential consideration Applications accompanied by testimonials and references should %  *d to the Establlahment Officer, St. Vincent. B.W.I. and khotild inch him not later than the Hat April. ItS'i. Applications from members of the Government Service of any Colony should be transmitted through the tTymccr Administering th* Government of that Colony 8 3.S3—3n The Go\ II, y tandci. :iTinient does not bir.d H gd 10 the Coloni.il received at the on the 14th day %  ept the lowest or 1.3.02—2o PUBLIC NOTICE DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION Tenders for the Supplv of Freah Cow's Milk to the Pxtblle Elemrntiu-y Bchools lo the aa aaUW %  •* iaa)uaatai to aetlie lh.ii ^s IndeMedneaa .without delay. It-led ihia SUt day of MarehflBfla. TIMOTHY THPOPIIU.LS HMI'fV The Pvibllc Tt^iatae, (jiijiliAed Adminintialoi of %  • %  ,at-...e Smith, rfeeeaaed 111 inMriartkini recMva-d Irnni lh" %  |M ratale of Daniel Brmlhmuu idaxeaaedi I will aa>tl St ariaelami -. rv-^enee, Bdmnnd #llie. ..I, ChHct Church at I SB pm •i in JtfDAT 13th March. IBS*, a quantity ol chain. bodataMdi. waahatanah. labkM. larder. Cheat of draw", pmaii. benehar.. a be-m acale. biacle. ladder, old Li-nher >gvl many other dema ni inleiaat Al". OM iota 12 II V V-uah-ll Car m excatI K SANDtniPlU. An I ..'< %  I a 3 SI Jn. TAKE NOTICE Thai Mil Imitirnrr PTtr": %  JOHANfHIK HINKWIN. f II P %  appointed Aeling Wufli.u'inalmd ol Con-rUua Alphonio tlarnRDWLN M.UI11AM JAC-K. ini*rn..uoi.ai r.XAi.ir.n Arvhin,h"p -t the Bpiac->. pail OMhod.iv THE Ire Crram Parlour CALLED "Till: . laanax rnll>nw>n> Roeh or Dial M,a %  WBBSBBB BJB %  : %  % %  Hi^yiTs.Mr-N s WOOL id KM pair, llco.idw.iv Pitaa %  .hot. B 3.BBIn I Will Mil al m. MART. Virlirtla Streel in TVHOAT lllh. from IS noon, a lot nt SaiV Matches, Baail Laalhar, Small nioch Ptine.. Drawing pin.. Iron Oiur. lixrcllcrdr-a %  •owdar and Uquld, DBSM.ih O.D T Dow Chimoa large %  lid acnall. Itodv txiatlng Piiwdera and Auctlonaarr a i.sa~aai V.-UrTAMIX oat delicioui low h, ihe hi A lrch aupply o( thla nod in.uriahuvg cecal l%  ds of jour grocer. John IHalrlbulor. ron HKVI HOUSES i as t asBJai B> ..liable for bOBPB B 1 U-3t> Drawing iih mi „,,.„. %  and u vvn:n IIEI.P IAPAB1.E NfRSr Mutt alee, Appu to Mr.. J B. Taylor. D> lloi.ar. Worthing View 4.U CIKHKA Lady Clark wllh a anaw iA ahorthaiid and typa-wrlllng fnr J I iiimieaton ornce Uul aaota prrviotia eupvrlenee When i i uUOcallon and %  •!' Applit'tlona treated alricUy <-onfld •alary according to capability i CaaiUnUralOri Houae. c Adv<-;ale furi-M or SPA I A* TtMlInS -ill be rfrOtv"! I. he unataaraugned not latw man lh. l.i l.rrh IBS1 lor we raaa team << %  latna and Ore-" %  at the Aail-h., %  r, Co-aMilk >>• ered al lias Ati. ... Pauparv to Iha nan"I'li"',''" ..„d (com Iha Oene.^1 llo-p.u.1 oi %  my paaalla laatR.llun aul of n.f uTTny^rt of Uv. pariah lo lh. hMIH and lo the graae (*l tVrp-" VrXTthe Alan-feowaa rve ihe rlghl to aend by Bua ayr nth. liiTanepaP--' *ho in lhair SBt-tm. %  it be eaxivayad by auch n,eana. •Ugned A T K1HU. Clark. Poor t-aw aiaaidian.. Tenders are invited for the supply of Fresh Cow's Milk lo the Public Elementary SeJuoll throughout the island during the follow^ ifi*. school terms: — 1. Mh May to 1st August IMS. 2. ISth September to 12th December IMS 3. 12th January to 10th April 1953. Particulars of the eonditions and requirements of supplying the Milk arc embodied In the Contract, copies of which are avail able for reference at Ihe Colonial Secretary %  Office. Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for the due performance of the Contract. The tenders marked "Tender for the supply of Freih Cow's Milk to Ihe PubhY Blew^'aey Schools" must reach the Colonial Secretary'!i Office not later than 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 13th of March, i 1952 The Government does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any /tender. 19th February. 1952. 23 2.53—Sn tl'RRENCY NOTES It has been observed recently that Currency Notes Have beei i .'faced by writing or stamping certain information thereon. Bttd i.cllon contravenes Section 12 (2) of the Governrncnt Currcnc Notei Act. 19S7 (19J1-1) as applied by Section 14 of the ( Act. 1950 (1H5U-31 quoted hereunder. to which %  ttfOtff "12(21 Whosoever, without lawful authority ot ( %  roof whereof shall lie on the person accused) mutilate* n perforates with holes any currency note a currency note whether by printing, drawing or nr by attaching or affixing thereto anything i an advertisement, shall on convictit .-ccdinl flee pounda." (Signed) H. N. ARMSTHONG. Senior Currency Offlcer, British Caribbean Currency Boan invited. excuse (incuts, tean any wny defuci stamping thereon the nature or fon.i IKliable to a fine not e*SHIPPING NOTICES v| Tt HUl" DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE The Schoul i i utii ,iimid limber CcrlUicute Kxanimations of* Ihe University of Cambrifigc laocal Examinations Syndicutc will not be htrld in Barbados After ItrSZ All persons who are eligible to obtain authorisation cards in order lo sit for the 1952 Examinations are advised to cemmunicate with Ihe University without any further delay, so that they may obtain th* requisite card by such time as the Entry Forms for the 1952 Examiniiti'Mia are available for completion. Prospective candidates for examination at a later date are advised to plan their courses of study with a view to taking the General Certificate of Education of the University of London. I'cpartmcnt of Education. 25th February. 1952. ..„ 1.1.02.—2n (M.A.N.Z. UNI) IS. % %  TXKOA" la -.rhrduli-l (mm Adelaide Pebruary 13th. M.lbaume rrhruary Bffth. Sydney March 4U>. BlU I.ne March 18th. BITiving at Trtnldatd ,iT*>ut April lSlh and Barbad^. jbout April ISth. Tr, addilten lo Bamaa-al cargo tlUi veaael i aa amp I a apaca fui chilhad and hard CUB hH HARRISON LINE p OUTWARD rlOH THE UNITED KINIiDUH (iOVKRNMEM NOTICES VACANCY FOR POST OF SENIOR MASTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. DOMINICA IS.S. IS.S. Attention Is dra trol of Prices (Defence) (Amendment Order. 1932, No. 6 hich wilt be publish*! in the ._ ,. I Applications are invited for one vacant pott of Senior Master. to the conjjominlca Grammar School. The school roll at present numbers 150. „ and courses will be offered up to the Higher School Certificate —niii.i: Mm of Cambridge University. Qauliiiratiens. Applicants for the postjhould hold _ !" ; S.S. • %  1'LANTF.H" STUDENT' %  HERDSMAN" ARTRONOMEP From London Glasgow & Liverpool London Liverpool Leaors 29th Feb. 8th Mar 27th Mar. 29th Mar. Due llirbad.:t I | M 10th Apr CWlcial Gazette of Thursday 6.li| 1|VI lV degree and be qualiiled to teach (I) English. History and' March, 1952. 6th March, 1952 i >ir. kit.-hf srvanla fooma. Apply to C ark Baud. Buali Hall I'l \. M.'l...rO >ne 41111 | :: || Sj MOIaHKN ITli.Nir.llr ti Vi_AT I Silver and Uran. Good Hea-baU.I If j FSr hifthar particulan. Apptr to Alma lla.hler No 8 Coral Sand.. Worthing MiMM t.(n. mi aesiT oa LUM Spot Of land alluate | i Iha a —a ide next St. Apply Nn 47 Sv.ua t BathA,d .,, \\MM\U:.II:MV r,v,vxvrwi'i | FURNISH ;; fOII I isn.M I is nearer than you think X fcAHTril InCI BuraJauaav fttwi. ^ I'NUUSIt l-ADV i*iuit lo return lo in.Uiid. May. Jim*. July or Aug'ut .iffer-t wiiun at Companion. Oovemeia or Nurae In return lor paavgo Itai* K A g •> Advocate B 3 M In MAIL NOTICE w.aiiii..M4i aa UP. a. Spring— TABIXS l, KlU-hen and Pana-y ui Waggon*. Tea Ti.-n %  %  unrt 11,K I'lANOH. Prarn. 1c* bo>,( T. pew liter, and elhe r N„, Thlai— Al.1 AT MONEY SAVING PWSM L. S. WILSON -reel Mall al II no nth Radtatered M-,1 I I Mall at B BO ..m nth 1BU BT IJfONAHOal IIIU1I oHOA^llCT^lIOIiiJilASTaOT Salary Hftoo plua fee* Applioauom lo Vkar by March ISth ni.-itwlng namea Ol two aanona for relereaw-e Only applu-..ta.i". "f goKl and e-periagired Orgoni.l' till bo cn-irtered T I BS—Jn SFX'BaTAIlY MA'..".'" B^n Club. Frea. quartet, in Plat i Houae. containing 1 bod room room, rloaaad Verandah ear llghl. watar and Taaea Kno 1 fjoll an advantage, eanvaaalng auallfa. Appl klev Oo'.f I -I..., Ibaslaai luilh. fledge %  will dl TBNDEE8 FOR UfflPOEMS Separate tenders are Invited for ;he making of Uniforms for the Police, Harbour Police and Fire Hrigade for the year 11112-53. Further particulars can be obtained from the office of the Commissioner of Police. Tenders, in duplicate, should lie Latin, and (2> Ma thematic.. 3. Satan. The post Is pensionable. The salary scale Is Si,HO by $120 to $2,400. A cost of living allowance of ten per cent, of salary is also payable. Consider;.turn would be given to appointing Mil-table applicants at points in the scale commensurate with their (-uallflratlon and experience. 4. Quarters. Quarters are not provided. 5 Leave. 1-eave is earned in accordance with local regulation? and provision IB made for assistance towards overseas leave passages. 6. Passage on first appointment. The officer's passage on flrst appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children of schajol age. not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. Conditions of Serrtee. The officer will be subject to Colonial HOMEWARD FOR THE CNITFD KINGDOM Vessel SS. PROSPECTOR S.S. EXPLORER" For .. London .. Liverpool Closes In nurbddos 13th M 24th March Far farther InrenmsUofa apply lo DA COSTA A CO., LTD.-AsjwiU forwarded' in iroled cnoelopej j Regulations and local General Orders. MlihCF.LLANF.UUS i irvn K Doy'a gaaeaaM addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer b) name) so BB to reach the Colonial Setretary'a Office not later than the 17th March, 19S2. Envelopes should be clearly marked "Tender for Police Uniforms", "Tender for Harbour Police* Uniforms", or 'Tender for nd BleedI **** Brigade Uriiforms". as the cose may be. siaa 23 2.52—in Applications stating the applicant's age, qualifications and teaching experience, find indicating the earliest date on which he could aiaume dulv should be addressed to 'he Administrator. Dominica. J. HAMILTON MAURICE. Education Officer. JP.2.5J—3n im^Mceo.* !" *** NEW TORK SERVICE STAMPS We aeanl Callertlsiiw and nddmel foe apnl raah At Ihe flatlet.-, Ad flonr No I ii-i... -'.'i'" s. si .1 JIM -5n. IJNFUHNnt1) HOUBBE Wanted BB taon aa poaalhl i II HI %  V -i i ..,.," %  ra>oan in g.vd HM" !" %  " ganaga r,e|.rab<. II... Hill iwueviii,-. WMthca IhaJ |tarrlv ai,h .ne.ni-. ll.a>l1t. GOVERNMENT NOTICE TENDERS FOR THE SCIM'LV OF OROI'ND PROVISIONS ipply of ground provision-for Ul Tenders three month: I Government Depart i.l. lui-.n I'risan e Invited l<>i beginning on U — [ r 1952. to the follow.! | I'endriH (or the Supply uf Freah MUk to Ihe Lazaret to Tenders are invited for the suplv nf FHJKH MILK to the La*etto for the period It.t April. 1952. o 31at March, 1953 3. Tenders should he framed In inms of 100 pints. The present dally requirements are about 68 Pints, delivered at the Institution IWISBJ daily at fl am. and 1 30 p in. 3. Tenderi, marked "Tender for Hie Minply of Fresh MUk to the l.i/.iretto" addressed to the Coloii.il Se. relarv (and not to any orActai fay name) will be roceived at the Colonial Secretary's Office up lo 4 i>tn on Wednesday the 12th of March. 1932. 4, The Government does not i ind Itself to accept the lowest or air* tender. 1.3.13 —3i taWa>a>aaaTJMB*! Ladies and (ienltfirn This In oomeUiIng new WHO VOUld not like to live In a i-..ii\:ul home? Who woubl rylhllig around them Btvlish UH rjttractivi linn wlu not have rout '.AT LBBY CJi.rMNS. FLOORS. SIDINGS DRAW HOARDS and SINKS done In MOSAIC (IK TI.KAZZII CULTURED I'KDl'l.t. love ii. < %  at ItARHAlMW t tist It* II tlllKh-i I.Ill Black Rock. Menial HnspiUI : I. i/aretlia : Sweet potaloee — approximately 9,000 \hs. a mouth as governed by the number of prisoners, to be delivered twice weekly ,• the prison in proportionate amount*. Sweet poutoes — approximately 9,000 lh? JI week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice weekly in proportionate amounts Yams — as available. Eddoes — an available. Sweet potatoes — approximately 400 lbs. I week, delivered twice weekly as ordered Yams — as available i kMBj — IIS aviiil..Brsedfj a I s nvoiiable. 2. Ti-nders BaUuM show the price pei 100 lb*;. ;it which each I (hi ii ivementloned wrnimodllisaj will be daHvered ;ii the mstiui%  i rluiin each month "1 the peri**! from the 1st of April. .iiith June, 1952. 3 Tenders should be forwarded In lealed envelopes addressed lolonul BecTf/tary (and not lo anj bafjcai hi nnme) so as to Colonial Sci i, %  not Liter than 4 pin. Tenders lor BurinU at the Lataretto Mid Mental Hospital SEALED TENDERS In triplicnle. marked on the envelope "Tavnder for Burials" addressed to Ihe Colonial Secretary (and not (W any oflacer by name) will be received at the Colonial SecreOtnee up to 4 p.m. on Wednesday the 12 of Marches! • Further Infol %  intent ^^ • any lender nd provi* %  "i, 1 on, the M not bind Itsell to ae 1.3.52—2n VACANT FOT OF CLFKK. LABOUR WEUARE ( %  OL'SINO LOANS) ORGANISATION Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Junior clerk in the Labour Welfare (Housing Loans) Organisation. 3. Candidates must be In po".es.-ii>n ol . School Certificate or a certificate of cqu.valcnl standard. 3. The salary scale of this peal will be similar to that of the i.iiK grade in the Local Civil KMabllshmcnt. with a commencing alary of $708.no per .mnutn. 4. This post H of a teinpvi.ny nature, noti-pensionable und nbject to termination by one month's notice on either side. 6 Applications in writing, with testimonials, will be received bl the Colonial Secretary, Coloni.it Secretarv' OftVe. Rridgctown. lip to the 15th March. 195^^ Tenders For TnniMMirt <| oiiuers Tendei:. are Invited for the conveyance by motor-car of the I. venue Officers from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery. St. Lucy, waiting for the Officers atid return, for the period 1st April, 1952 li Blst March, 1953. 3. Approximately three visit weekly at the Distillery are necessary and the lime spent in waiting varies from three to six hours 3. Tenders .-hould be for a rate per mile including waiting at the Distillery. The motor car provided is to be approved by the Comptrulki uf CualoniB from whom further information may be obtained. 4. Tenden, addres s ed to the Colonial Secretary and not to any Officer by name, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Transport'' will be received, at the Colonial Secretary's Office up to 4 pan. on Friday. 14th March. 1903. 5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or' any tender. 19.2.52—3n N1W ORLEANS SERVICE CANADIAN HERVIlf sot TB no I M> Naata a sa.a a.II. DalUaa 11th rahmany Mth Kahru.r. dth March ana Marrh iMh April lit May Arrlara Barhagar 11 at February 1th March Jtln March 2nd Apt Ii art Apci. %  AIJ'iA PI^NTTJR" I 'AKTOA PIOASUS" • AUCOA PILGRIM'A •ri-BMMSBt TheM vctacla have limited paaacngar -ccomniodation. ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF nBRVTCl APPLY:—DA CXMrTA CO.. LTD—CANADIAN 8KBV1CV -'X.**->'*V>fl wwAt>y/.v.y.v///vv*. x in need of QLASSWARE pay UB n visit at — 0 i:\THYI. EMPOHH (Coro.r Broad a ludor Strr.UI aa aaa a aaaaaaaaB aaaa x -.'>'.->-.'.V.'.'.***,-.^'.'>'.*^.V.'.*.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.'V. *.'•'•'TENDERS FOR FE".H MEAT In mplio.l. markwd on lh. ,alop.' addressed to the Colonial Secretary (nr.d -, w.ll be received a, th. Colonial Se.i. i We.tne.day lh. 12th of March. 1.52. III SEALED TKNUKHS „r the iuxrsUhln. o. COl !" S 1 2'",t" ,,'v' JZTSTL XN ," l '^5ST.^S.'",n5 <£> "•O'^ "" iVm. Wrdne.da Ihe 12th .( March. iaB2. 10, ;. -V.iaJ!S.ltaSrDeril W % %  " -upply ol FBrRfi MEAT lo C.IJalr, Prl,. lh. Mehl.l Ho;j> "SaPJRWw liinCjals! P.' SSlhr % %  ""•" W *a parM W April. 1952 ,0 Slst Mar.li. £ 1 .nleef*b. h Jw!"'slin'eo by' Two i 2 Each Tender must be accompanied by a letter "M>ed by !; rsataaaa. known to vmn.roper, two persons known to possess property, en.ag.ng to become bound k !Tlt?.llMlolK.,^m,.r^ u rea,vi,h;...ll, ,. %  len.l.re. In the sum of (.., hundred ;,nd eighty dollar, lor J5 tlte person tendering In 'he sum the due perlormam.' of the contract. ..' forty eight dollars tor th. ExrtsmoxikL VALUES GALV. NAILS 47c. P" ">• 72c. f" 'a' due performance of the contract. ; The Government does not lnna itself to accept the lowest or anv tender. pgrttoulan n b< I a^ainea fr..m the Heads of the %  concerned jjjufc All meat must be of the best quality: Ihe animals must be slaughL-mt at the Market Slaughter House and fresh meat, In cms ot not leas than 10 lbs dellrered to the Public Institution, at ihr contractor's expense. I. The C.ovemment does not hind Itself to accept the lowcs, or any lender. N 5. Further particular, may be obtained from Ihe Head, of the *. Institutions concerned. „ '. 1J.S2—2u. WATERPROOF ROPE GARDEN HOES GARDEN RAKES I'ht-sf and 72c. •!• 30c. each in II ii if IIIIII i' HIIH.MVS mt G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTD. ,'.',;'.'.-.'.',','.'.•*'.:'.'.'>> % 





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PACE TWO IIAKHAIMIS ADVOCATE SATI Kll V\ M Mil II s li-,: Cahib Calling ryt and MHS W W WRIGHT \J from Toronto. Canada, were arrival" yesterday ir.nrnirn: by T.C.A for a couple of amekV holiday and ax* staying at the Wim'ior ItaM. For Six Weeks S PENDING abeet six weeks' holulav in Uarhadi* is Mr. Pater Wallbrklgc. AsMst-nt Manager of if"Singer Sewing Machine Co.. in Ut'-'iKvtuwaw British Gui-iw He arrived here vesterdy morning by .he Lae** Retbiey accomoaru**d by his wife itnd two children and i* .staym* with hi* brothel Mr. I'..: Wallbrldgo of ..adymeede Qardem Travelling Salesman M K, ERIC TAYLOR. Travelling Salesman of Messrs. J. N. itarrUnan aad Co.. Ltd-. returned from St. Vincent yesterday morning by the Lady Heavier where he had been on :• Ten day business visit. While m St. Vincent Mr. Taylor was able to play a few names of tennis. VMttM III* ItluKfa A K HIVING here yesterday monung from St. Vincent .tilran: it for British Uuiana waa Mr. F. H Cnmbar. Director of Messrs. J. W. Potter and Co.. Ltd. Commission Agants. Ha baa bean visiting the islands on a b onn es t visit and will be spending here a couple nf dayt before flying back to his headquarters in Georgetown. Mr. Comber is staying at the Ha-tingt Hotel. Regular Visitor I N BARBADOS for a couple of days' holiday unUl ti. • Lady Rodney -alls north are Mr. and Mrs Sidney Hollander from Baltimore. Maryland, U.S.A. They travelled out on tha Rasasrv Which arrived hen* about two weeks ago and made) the trip right up to Hritiui Guiana. They returned yesterday morning and are staring at the Crane Hotel Mr. Hollander who is President of the Maryland Pharmaceutical Co.. of Baltimore, it a regular visitor to the island. He said that he generally looks forward to coming here because It 1 the best of all the Inland* in the area. St. Vincent Barrister A RRIVING by the Latfy Rodney yesterday morning from Si Vincent on a visit Is Mr. R. M. Cato. BarruRksr-at-Law, and brother of Hon'ble Dr. A. S. Cain of "AradahV Government Hill. with whom he is staying. Mr. Cato was accompanied by Del wife. u. rV*EL itasuUUJ I-* Heal pn, On Holiday M ISS '. KHONIl A 1 IIOMA.1 who is attached to th Rooeau Hospital in Damiaica, arrived here on Thursday by the M.V Carle*** '-r .ibout six weeks' holiday. She ui -laying with Mr* H Thorn.is of Tweedaide Road S PENDING two week'' holiday UP Barb-dos arc Mr. and Mi .lohn Telxlera of British Guian.> Thay arrived on Thursday nignt by B.W.LA. and are Haying at "Accra." Rockley. Mr. Teudera is with the office staff of Messrs. J. P. Santm. Georgetown. U.K. Director M A. IAN BIRKMYRE, Director of tea Gourock Rope Work Co.. Ltd. nf Glasgow, left for Ttinldad yesterday by U.W.I.A iiltor a short business visit hare. He was accompanied by his wife and they were staying at the Marine Hotel. I.VIAA, a prrl II osaM ii U.S.A., an y tafttay asormng by th Lady Kearney from Trmidau where had Deen on a short vi-it. Hiexpwots to fly home as soon as he • "ulu get passage. Dr. Heiligman , staying ai ILutimas Hotel. Firgl Vi.il DAYINC their flrst vaai to %  island and staying lor about l*o months' holiday are Dr. Kenneth N Wray, 1I.DS nf Georgetown and Mi. Nathaniel Mayhewidiiui. Managing Director of the (> G Soap and Oil Works Ltd. They nlved yesterday morning Oy the l-agy %  as h se y and are ataying at % %  ,,t i osmoDOlitan Guest House "Tha Wandering WainwrigW M R AND MRS. TIB1 WA1NWR1GHT. familiarly Known H the Wandering Wainwngnu uro now back in Barbados for holiday staying until May. The: arrives) yesterday morning by the Legy %  n aaw j after spending ix weeks in Tobago. Mr. Walnwrlght. j retired manufacturer i nil. Montreal said that while in Tobago, he rook a mimbn of photograph*. Whil hare, too Walnwrigh:are staying at Bush Hill House, The Garrison. Intraniit \ MONG the passengers an Ing by the Lady fteene* easy. '-erdsv morrrtng from Trinidad was Mr. Clive St. Croix who n intransit for St. Lucia where he intends to go Into business. While here, he i* staying at the Cosmopolitan Guest House. Rupert and the New Bonnet—8 MkW j.fluUr q,. -hly '.ndi what aht a> .,j "And wal yea ilka >i ID ihs be* ahs asti. Well. Maouny esm ih i bnkn. Rupert "- "and I ihk I'd -ihst ids* ,1 is dial." "Geaa." •miles Uw letU )>y. I h*. gi*M ma sa etu*a 10 osea th* bos sat. haet %  IJM look at *. tnaU put n en as (hat I c oast it lok lib* when it n i Thaft. your hrad*i wa.lkt C W Muatniy-i. Set .1 loefel fttUf iewef." "Gol!, glad I don'i hiw< to w*ir BY THE WAY... ftaaan**** • T wai pie : was beuavad." says a SUBV I aantanee, "that the ele phant had been stolen." It was probably being led to aoma ••fenco who was expecting nothing bigger than a laucapan or < all vet tray. I knew a man who tried to amugglo an elephant out of tha country The scene In the Customs shed at Dover was remarkaba?. The beast got away and was reported making fur London An eoormniu: Irap was bailed with rice pudding on the Victoria Embankment, and a man spent the bight in the budies. calling softly. -Tta>' Tiny!" He said he waa the elephant's owner, and that he would rvoognkw It by a small wart on the right leg. I don't know why I tell you this. Thm mci+ntific approach f^ALKING of marriage, I see a. that someone is claiming that u young couple should IH> able to judge the chances <>f happy or unhappy mairlage by studying each other's handwriting* Those who are too busy to write letters should submit a line or two of shorthand to each other. If they marry, in spite of the Irrefutable evidence of their handwriting that they arc Incompatible, the marriage should be declared null and eosd. If, on the other hand, by some strange chance they are happy in spite of uaeir handwriting, the Government should take powers to compel each to develop a new style of handwriting under eapert tuition. and to report twice weekly Vi-the Itegtonal %  ru.Uxrlst Ho*pitn/ity-and •uttt ilf. Prop rake wsre agger, and past the bottle to Mr. Chulorottr. Will those who with ruck evWaa at tas*ipafc or nerrbima teilh totnoerme's breakfast please enter their acmes in blork letters m the catrrtap book In Iht lnunv* This Is a rjjptraJ mealiime roneiT-ia.-Kwnat Mrs. AtcGurptr'. esrablitfhment. atid roidences the onio.'phere of eat* and hormoau loktch make* that noted house homifrom home, (Advt.) THE BARBADOS POLICE M*S? %  J'siZTSsLV Willy Toad Had an Odd Wish — He Wanted to Turn Into a ButxerBy— By MAX I RELL %  ANJE of Toronto. Canada aaased through here on taw L. dr Redaey on iu way South. ;i rvad here veiterday mumiug ir. m Trisudad where they had "WILLY TOAD! What arc yen *p.-nt a short holiday. They have 1 trying ta do, clicnWog op la that coma for a further holiday rre*T*eried Banld In astonishment. and arc staying at the Marine Knarf and Banld. the two Shad Hotel. ows, stood BOder tha tree and gaxr.i Mr. Cochrane is a retired buaiJP • WlUy who was sitting on a I--gill from Toronto. *•# branch, half-hidden by laarea. -Comedown here. Willy!" Knarf eal'ed up. -Oh no." answer^ Willy from UM branch. "I like it np here. Aad beaidsa,'' he -aid, 'I'm about to beesasaa botatrnV That's why I'm up nere.'* At this Knarf aad Hanld were more astonished than before. Sawing fmt Wiily wouldn't come down, they -limbed up to his branrh. Willy waa %  load. How could a toad baeaase a bafaanVaf "lfa eery -imp!*." said Willy after Knarf and Hanid were aitrlng %  r\ ihe branch beaide him. -Anybody egg boeoms a ftuttarby—I mean, a tenant*. I know exactly how ta da tt. And ones you're a butterfly, ah. what fan It 1st Deal Hare to Walk "Once you're a butterfly." Willy enf on. -you never have to bother -. %  Biking any more. If you've got any jlace to go—say to the uroeery store Back Again M R. NEVILLE : was last here m lfM again for a month* holiday. aa Aceountant with Proctor aoa>' Gamble. Soap Manufacturers uf' Caracas, he travelled out frnrn thera on the Aleea Cavalier ta. Trinidad where he remained for i eouple of days before laltuig the Lady Radary which .itivwi here yesterday morning. Tnlking Point Like all moaea. ho wee a orvat calMmnielor of the fair sea. .s B.B.C Radio ramme %  kAiianav. sous s. use IS %  m Viullftn ^-fM.*r OWlW. II aaa Anciau<> raiaii Progt %  ^ pound of butter—yon Jus indow. thsn yoi Mu|r lor Dancin* ItiiuBd U|i an4 ProCrMUi ii Bl T*w New* 7 !• „ -i bsaj 1.1* • %  -II SS m m I MUSI '-, aaC 1 WeA. i iic.ii> km Plv*r. 7 p m Upo-f I Rvkfa-w. I IS p m RaSi'. Nrwl i. RadM ThMlr* 10 a m Ttw I II • "i Fmnt tMv BdiUwtah. 1" Hum UtiMim 10 SS p.m. raaasm a>C'*CV>V>'*VV'aJ XOW4.45& 8.30p.m. | I and Continuing DAILY 5 ;: SAMUEL GOLDWYN : Praeents : -The REAL I QLORY" I Starring Gary David COOPER NIVEN with J Andrea Broderick $LIXDS CRAWFORD? Reginald OWEN PLAZA BARBAREES (DIAL 3170> ter out of the flutter down the mad. then you flutter aver tba tree*, and finally you • % %  the street, rirht into v store. It's no troubl ataggg pound of Sillef ran we hecomc hut' WiR] kad Knarf. who by i .me .lline to .lid she wanted to learn u tag 'Well." salo Willy: "I'll lafl pan .i-l n hal In do 1 n| tha rulc- from %  terptHara, \"i eaaw atw a ya nun saga bnttsrsliea %  Ml esl H'l thu .. %  learn. After that yea apla voorself a bed and go to tleep for awhile When yi i wake up, yoa"ra butterfly V "All rifhi—lets do it!" Knarf id llanul both taid earerly. eieaty Far All "Fine, 1 t,aid Willy pointing to the leaves sll around Utaaa. "There's plenty for all uf us. Let's start atufflnif eerssjteas. Knarf took a bit* of leaf. Banld took a bite of leaf Willy took a bite of leaf. Then thay all looked at each other. %  Hitter.'-aid Knarf. "Vary tour." said Hanld. "Awful." said Willy. With tin they ail clanked dowa iti tree agsin, us fait as they could. •Pogh* taid Willy. "Ifs too much trouble nelnir a butterfly. ../..a. areaf wti. walking to the Kroeery atore it you need a pound Di batletl Kveiylwdj else doas it ir oaterpiltara asm to tarn into tvitterfliea. let them do it I'm faint t> a load." Knarf and Hanld decided to stay nhnt thay were. too. YSj MARINE H HOTEL (2W ntx H.II i Spii-iul Dinner 10mmSFRVFD FROM 7 P.M. TO 30 MUSIC BY I'l 1:1 V GBEEN'S OaCHEATRA UNTIL MIDNIGHT •in" PER PERSON DANCE ONLY fl.M TABLE HISFRV \TIOXi PHONE 3513 I or Ill-suit* \tln-rlis* in Itli.iruff thm CO TO . JORDAN'S LAUNDRY Bay Street o. Cwer. SI. %  Sill R00DAL THEATRES E >1 l I II I roo.\r la Tt %  %  •4SSIMa Olll I1R4II AND "— —I Pfc*r?*TATrON OF THE BAT*C*"OF 'HONOlm praaaaao BY A POLICE DISPLAY AT THF. POUCE RIDING SCHOOL DISTMOT -AAT .-. P.M.. FRIDAY MARCH HTH. ADMISSION: >I.N u o*enr* O'Winaf a HARHAKFKS (DOWNTtWN) — Dial 5110 TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. & CONTINUING DAILY GOlDWrN Pi Gary COOPfR Da-d Nlvf N Andrea UfOS •rotfaritk CRAW'OtO H W \TIHINVSMSIP MM* IHIIOIURI FABUL0US |M "FABIOLA" WIIOU: AtTION *a:iUAL (Uaa Ireai Start • riatah



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PAGE six ItMCIt VTMIS A0VO4 Ml SAlfMMY, KIABCH , l* Fish Seller Not Guilty Of Stealing Clothes PERSONAL CONTACT I rw i Fiiheriea Coni at Agricultural Possibilities Of Fr. Guiana %  acquitted at the COUti of Kent IIOUK. Port-of-Spain from %  returned a verdict of not guilty ;' ,<, 1 M,h *?, "^ 5LS2*K*!!r VPHUng a number of dresses and a pair of ^£JJi£i £rtS* aYuurt b. u, nil ex-reputed Wife, Marv Jemmotl Conference which Mr. de Vriendt f receiving them from someone-, thinks will be of ssuoti interest and O an io have been irtolen. The case was heard '*ome <* %  *""' %  ." i i Mis Lordihip Mr Justice Al rTr *ent thCeulial M E Bourne Assistant Legal Droushtslariat u also bard at work en the ID | Mm was that he brnke OiO the house g !" JlX *,£' a { jarroUri n%  1 church a Sunday night and Ctn .., gasfl of November and \ v him coing early December A e .rom the direction of the house with a shoe box in his hands We """" of ti described the type* Thr t GUIANA. ...TlCUlru .hv.uiana I IStS UQ savours Hi I To Mm Bourne he said that he weni to the theatre three or four times a wctk. lie already been wor* bad pleted. Mr %  %  i i 11 Small iiiing ihe lima "d at at %  *tnt 1. 1 %  iht he did noi tlu njTiies of the different H Cross B iM the*, on i %  uf the allejea ihclt man ana %  %  %  fenM lMu Ihe need, and problems of u^ii, VJ,-., to Chord rvfca] Id tha Magutrate that !tS L^ cu iaTarIr and afforded **— ^ *"'*" W p-ro. Wl of ihem had been to the ^^ opportuniti*. for getting ., Betre and afterward* c]un 1O ma ttem whi<*i might not "Atllt'lbrOOK orreapon d e nee. %  Other officers elected U found in ihe territory, ware Mr> ( Maiumuf. Viceexpem explained that President. L* H SuRiner-Moorr bairman; -.ml Mr Bruce If t.ie Sctrctary-Troaaurer. The flftawn oaetropulllan uepartCommntee of Management inide* Officers and Dr ai. Prov:n tree* as much crtts. Mr* J 11 Wilkinson an.t metres In height There I>r Keni'.cth NtchnlU. tome .right v thousand hectares After appointing Officers, memde of other land. "These are of three ocrs asked the Committee oi main types—flft* th.>uwnd hecManagement to draw up pedigree taxes are of verv fertile low land.*, forms and reglrtraUon cards, etc.. Asked how he p r oposed going ^ utn m produce rice and sugar in for the general running of the aboul Ml new duties. Mr. de xhr territories of British Guiana club Vriendt said. "We shall endeavour „ Surinam. "iuch as possible Thr rri „ a i„a,; %  •ersonal contact between senior twPPn high land*, of la\ i I I '• %  %  "" fur citrus and cane; ami the because. 1 believe, far m ore ca n cart.,! pUlns made up bo achieved by short personal f |otoriarated lands, which are conversation* than by sCTJ large n^rted during the ralnv sensori'. amount of correspondence. The hl|( mBV ^ u able for cattle rais; %  l contact j„ K .,„„ growtBf legume*. %  "f n, Mtn eomes from ?* nr *; French magazine Barbados Gets First Dog Club A iroup Of do lovir. m.l .il .ui lo dncum projK.>Jls ••! b> CommuK* whirh .. %  .nHllo*P uprule "-mini! Ml Club The Club, the flrt.1 in ihe nluid. is now tatroBd \I.L OVCR THE WORLD \.„ In Brirf. %  %  "— CAMS AT HAY\ES HILL • BURNT Vmmt and a half acres of first %  rop ripe canes were burnt whe a fire occurred at Raynos Hill. Si The Management Committee is John nl about 6.30 a.m. on Thur-• engaged In investigate day. They are the property .( %  %  ( %  i. • tm el form whuh j j mow and were miurcf i-ould i>e applicable to Rarbade rid liopelo BJgica .. t.irthev anAl Laggg, K Mti-fiael. .. rtent in the ver% near about "JO p m on altundaq half an acre of thlrrt crop rip" The *ject* of the Kennel Club eanea. the property of Apple%  '" %  %  'he wli.iii.-s Ud. They were insured. E55 .^i? 1 : Thr *• ** i"" wui by polteemeii I labourers. ..den of a certain afterwards w Qtsoned in Mattse Keported! %  a neighbour ani |l tn the witness Police. One Samuel (. H bei about te SnuH vicinity %  n %  his sec %  he thougl • i rrot u-ns hroken -.fl Kcllman of the Iv. %  p,m. he saw Small He him% %  %  UM %  • g"In to %  kit nd % %  u %  i %  moon) She said that anothe i mess who said they had been I dymptc was too Intoxieated lo knew which theatre ihcv had gone to. Ermir Greenidge who had Referring to the Commission'* moned as a defence policy for the immediate future. fella ££7*SUS Here For Molasses nd U,-, shows These ob)ecls sha ll als o ,i(.-lude classification Of breeds. %  he regisuration of vedigree*. Another fii, ai Orange Hill. St. t. Uceoatag -hi.s. the p ntft at ahou 7Jo on Wl d framing and enforcing JM ( IMUK1 ncsday 6l|rll| jm holn of ^^^ A G. *-anting i>t Hi llnd ... more personal contacts than there have been In the past. ration of associaL 1 !" ?*J 1 1 damage %  The molasses tankei Atkeli k day morning to lake z load ot nun molasses for TrinldM not appear at the Mr ile Vriendt said that the Comdad. mission at its last meeting hud TluAga e l ir ea k eassght full I ulted decided to lay particular emphuUda slHartb affc (H sla upon directing its activities i,,n} Wfja taken lo a berth in the Pans to start tsilrty-three new inner baara .if the Casress n agM iiumoliaafl mong them _being Agriculture, pumped into her tanks. She I* Club rules, challong. and : ?£F23uz srs !" y-. pubUeaUoo or keeping of an .mnual stud book. The membei-Mp is opened to II persons who art interested In i-ugs and the general promotion nd object! at uw chib and wbc re willing to abide by the rules ( the Club 0artng last month the Government Experimental Fishing Boat InveotlrsSar brought in ran lane catches or fish. ^On one day, February H. the] lavesllg-ausr brought 400 pounds %  • rtUch he had td from hii i with the change-over of tfu. l the breeding of the saldP First Regular Aruba Ikrity Hire* times weely from pr'-'f of the Dreading of the saldP dall> schedniinnal for '""* blOb .eg.stration is^,.,:".""" ,,wl %  *_ icei long a no le starting Februar% the'flrst . riqucsted and declare their WlU-KlSk?* • P rox ,""''lely 2 l0 po mgness to abide by Ihe deriglonKS*,* '"JjbOd up on i.'.e of the Selection Committee. ma>|f^h a) Bath. St. John, at about have the said animal registered m *' u '"• yesterday morning. H Class if passed by the SeW* believed to be hi D M thf %  r ; Tlirrfre I I i ti be 1 • %  and had b Del of Ihem nu knowi it night. (the do. %  %  ,i' I9S1 h. nhiul % % %  ,. ill %  %  I with tWO i*' : : %  ' %  ifl II %  rhera the* .11 and the girlLulint kinerica h Vital Part Fro as Pa*.1 lha simplesl tenns e bave sought to build pusiuons of j.length—political, economic and military — Ihrouglioul ihe free orld. With su Th had the Royal Dutch Shell group '. when he entered noon ; %  lal work with the Cartbbcan Petroleum CampODJ in Nine yeai IMaV he was transferred to the head ofTVce. Bataafsche Petroleum Mi].. The Hague, as general A Started over ten years ago as a SLitant to the area manager for mimeographed weekly, the paper South America. w 'as later bought by the DeWit mothers, publishers of the Hears In lb3tt he became Asaistan' ra \i.iiu-soerichren of Curacao, lection Committee Manager for Shell in Ecuador, in who are the present owners *. A member of the Conuntttet "i charge of an exploration venture. I'ntil recently the paper has beens Mai.-gement told the Adeocafc In this position, he was also conj tinted in Curacao. Now it iaLthat anyone who is interested in cemed with industrial relations, produced at the Arubn Printlng r becoming a member could make general administration, ennce*shop Mr A. Cloo is the edi-Lenquhir from Mr. Bruce H won matters and contract* with ;oi This news comes from ihe^Stoute. Secretary-Treasurer, nt government officials. Irabn Pren he fsaTbaoB FOaasdiy IM When. In 1941, a Joint venture ~"* vlth Standard Oil Company of .New Jersey developed tor exploration In Cuba. Mr. de Vriendt was placed In full charge of opaeanons. Seven years later. In I'JSV,. he was transferred to headnuartcr.. in the Hague, and was ad In charge of the department for cO UBbjy nuuiageinent in the Netherlands until he was .ippoinled Secretary General of the Caribbean Commission with effect fiom the 1st of Januarv 1952. Good mornings begin with Gillette The up-to-date Chief cried %  Non mind ntat 1 say, llcrc\ hon lo slaVM i" the caelest wa>. I sc u Bloc OafMfe Blade — sharpest edc you can ftf In J preiisi..n-madc razor ddUKned by CDTette." Wic men turn gratefully to Blue Gillette Blades, sharpest ever honed. Special touphening mako Blue Gillette Blades last lotVJJH ;ind mt money. TO eel Ihc best out of a Blue t .illcttc Bbdc use ii %  a Gillette najDt because razor and blade art made Tor each oiher. S Blades 30.: Blue Gillette Blades A flan about 12 feet long I a porpoise. 111*1)1 I NQl-iKII I W*:*y '. • s • • ,.innn I.M\T IIMITI n Ibj ngth. free nations over by Russia the Soviets would i'c able to deter furbe able to Cominuiual aggression, or to production equal United Stat He said that of 16 %  be] it i( it occurred. Give l .i.ili and moral standards It, the free world .r torward in conlldcnce to the uiUaiatc decay of the Soviol slave world The Mutual Security Agency OUt that with the famine, disease, illiteracy. aid of Wes^rn Luiopes industrial marauding terrorist groups. "He machine the free world ouiprosa ,j Ul ,ui tnosc „.,. eliminated the bl ftuaatan blOC lour to world will not have peace or be I provides -a critical m,n frri | loni potential Communist Vac on our sale. aggression He said should this be taken _U.p. basic materials "yttar' to United States heavy industry, this country is -relatively self-sufficient" In onlv six. But despite •significant Improvement" In the West's position the world Is still pockmarked with "poverty rebellion, and HOUSEWIVES DECLARE . 0NE00NE .works NEWS! FLASH! Wr Have Jml Rmived A New Skipmrnl Of:—W PRINTS fciiutifully I'. -r.:n,-,l Amrricnn Ftl Colour —rssas @ 75c. per MM I keCfi fresh all day...! Also:— ELASTIC (ffi Sc. per yard LEATHER WALLETS (ffi $2.20—$1.87—11.64 It S1.50 MEN'S TIES—UM)', RAYON SSKMJtt 0 S1.7S—S1.47 & $ .78 LADIES' WHITE ANKLE SOCKS @4Sc. & S7c. MEN'S PRINTED HANDKERCHIEFS @ c. each s O REMEMBER! TO AVE Valuable $$$$ HOP AT GEORGE U AHELY & CO. 19 Swan Street FOR BEST VALUES & EFFICIENT SERVICE I use LI fBBUOy TOILET SOAP &H& vui £mdm TinPORT of LONDON AUTHORITY A >ef) gOHBaftaj rStafa TnUtJk Publu Sertk* Ioncinn—the 1'ivmier Port of the Bupire equirawd (or .atJ tspes oi ships nil tar^oes. You sU| lrcsh all through ihc day when you use Lifebuoy Toil; Soap. Its deepcleansing lathct frees yon of weariness, keeps you lutiflgrj (teth. Sun using Lifebuoy Toilet Sot) FOR PERSON I/. FRESHNESS tLWAYS Ian saa| %  .. if ^FEEDS *bm ARE HERE!! TO-MOR ROW BEGINS MA R GARINE WEEK BUY A PACKAGE OF GLOW SPREAD TABLE MARGARINETOULL BE DELIGHTED WITH ITS QUALITY AND FLAVOR THIS IS THE BEST NEWS EVER BUT. SUPPLIES ARE BEING DEPLETED ALL TOO FAST. 0<" your Supply NOW. for New Shipments will not arrive foi about three weeks. THE POULTRY FLOCK which SET the U.S. National ROP RECORD gained over 1 pounH in weight while making thLs National Record on a PILLSBURYS BEST FEEDING PROGRAM W NO m.TTEK PROOF THAT I'lLLSBCRVS FEEDS ARE BEST. CHICK STAKTER GROWER AND LA VINT. MASH (Bite Siie) AVAILABLE NOW. Contact. ROBERT TIIOM LIMITED. i






ESTABLISHED 1895

PINAY GIVEN VOTE
OF CONFIDENCE AS

GAULLISTS SPLI

60-Year-Old Premier
Bids For Coalition

PARIS, March 7,

inay began to search
d indications that the
at least as difficult as
ay surprised both his
gnt when the National

France's new Premier, Antoine P
at 8.30 G.M.T. for his Ministers ami
task of forming a Cabinet might be
his investiture. Sixty-year-old Pin
political friends and enemies last ni
Assembly approved him as the nation’s fifteenth post-war
Premier by a 324 to 206 vote. His success was due to 27 votes
of Gaullists who refused to heed their chief General Charles
De Gaulle’s orders.

Antoine Pinay, swept into office
as Premier by this surprise split
in De Gaullist ranks, last night
faced the harder task of getting
together a Conservative Coalition
Cabinet which the French Par-
liament would accept.

Hydro-Electric
Scheme Goes On
Well In St. Vincent

His Honour W
ministrator of St

Pinay’s Cabinet, the twentieth
in France since the Liberation,

. F. Coutts, Ad-
would be the first coalition of the

- Vincent is now

Right. Perhaps that explained| in Barbados on a_ short. visit
the absence of ulation as to] awaiting the S.S Golfito for Eng-
who might be called to fill it.| land where he wiil be going on

Pinay himself declared he had no| leave for about six months.
plans, saying: “I will consult my

é He arrived yesterday morning
friends.” by the Lady Rodney accom.
Earlier in his policy state-'!panied by his wife and two

ment to Parliament which pre-
ceded his confirmation by an
11—vote margin as Premier he
hinted he would probably keep
Schuman in the post of Foreign
Minister,

Observers thought that wartime
Premiers Reynaud and Dala
might also get posts.

Revolt

._ De Gaulle meanwhile
internal revolt of his political
group. None could say yet just
how serious it was, but 27 of his
supporters flouted his lead by
voting Pinay to Premiership.
‘Two had gone further and openly
resigned to show their disagree-
ment with De Gaulle’s policy.

“The General will hold a press
conference on Monday,” was all
they would say.

If De Gaulle who peovients:

handled his yy with almost
mili * stipe deeides to
infow coe the dissentients who

voted for Pinay, he will cut his
party’s strength in the Assembly
to 90 leaving the Communists

children, and is staying at the
Sea View Guest House.

Mr. Coutts said that the Col-
onial Development Corporation
hydro-electric scheme in St.
Vincent is going on quite well and
they are hoping to have every-
thing finished by about October.
The scheme will fupply electricity
to Kingstown, eorgetown, and
the Windward side of the island
generally,

_He said that there is the pos-
sibility of erecting a central
arrowroot factory towards the end
of the year. It will be situated
near Colonnarie on the wind-
ward coast and when completed,
it will be powered by the hydro-
electric scheme.

With regard to housing he
said that quite a lot has been
done for aided self help housing
schemes for the rural areas. The
last_ one just completed is the
slum clearance near Mt, Bentinck
sugar factory, the only sugar fac-
tory on the island.

During Mr, Coutts absence from

faced

with 100 deputies as the largest) the colony, Mr. C. B. Gibbs,
group in the House. Few thought Assistant Administrator is acting
he would go so far as that. Administrator.

The rebel wing of General
Charles De Gaulle’s Rally of the
French People whose votes last
nighf gave the Premiership to
Moderate Conservative Antoine
Pinay have no intention of quit-
ting their party, one of them told
United Press today.

No Foundation

“There is talk of a spiit—but
there is no foundation for that”
Pierre oe “_ ailate at doe
support Pinay but 01 \O~
ing so for the spoils of office
never crossed our minds,” he
added.

“The fact that we voted for
Pinay does not mean we are
leaving the pasty.” But two of
the 27 “rebel” voters have already |
resigned. One of them, Fred-
erik Dupont, said in his letter of
resignation: “I consider the de-
cision of the Party to vote against
Pinay so grave in its consequenc-
es for France that I can no longer
associate myself with it,”

After heated Se agg of pe

arliament: group, the majori-
= of Gaullists had .decided to March 7.
abstain in the investiture vote] More than 275 persons were in-
because they felt that Pinay had} jured last night, 32 of them seri-
not gone far enough in his pro-|ously, when a huge section of
posals for constitutional changeS.|:emporary stands at an ice show



Rowallan Delayed :
Scouts Disappointed

ANTIGUA, March 7,
Lord Rowallan was expected in

his flight has been delayed 24
hours.
* .

Yesterday three scouts, Ronald
Banes, James Michael and Dennis
Bowers accepted tremendous dis-
appointment with a i

Every effort to obtain passages
to send them to the Jamboree in
Jemaica failed. Finally they were
taken to Coolidge Field in hc pes of
getting even one seat but they had
no luck,

275 Injured

BALTIMORE, Maryland,

*





Reasons for the rebels’ support collapsed.
of Pinay are believed to be:! « massive section holding about
1. objection of their electors to/ eo, men, women and children!

association with the Com, .crashed a few minutes before the

riol opening of an ice skating exhibi-

their
munists in the Opposition. 2
desire to show President Au



t a rity without the|tion ‘under the promotion of Sonja
Socialists is gn a Henie, former Olympic ——
—vU.-P. —UP.



Superior U.N. Tactics
Hold Reds At Bay

‘ WASHINGTON, March 7,
Russia’s MIG and United Nations F86 Sabres are bat-
tling in a 70-mile stretch of Korean air space between the
Yalu and Chongchun Rivers which seems likely to remain
No Man’s Land. : ;
It is doubtful whether either jet force under to-day’s
conditions could drive out or destroy the other.

oa “Badly ~ outnumbered Sabre
forces however have kept suffi-
cient control in the Yula~Chong-
chun area to prevent Red air
activities from hindering United
Nations air and ground operations
against Communist ground forces.
That meets the classic require-
ments of air superiority,

Noi enough credit can be given
to the pilots of two Sabre wings.
‘he Fourth and Fifty-first, who
have been carrying the battle to
the M.I.Gs. against odds ranging
| from one to three to one to six.
| Their superior tactics and train-
ing nas been the major factor in
overcoming Communist numeri-
cal superiority They also have



yf








capitalized fully on defects in Red

tactics—failure in combat to keep

the altitude advantage

| Sabre pilots mostiy are in their
“Hello, Meteorologica early twenties, not long out of
Office? Could you please tre schools. But they are
give me the exact times...?”’ led by veterans of World War II.

—U.P.



Antigua today from Jamaica but !Q—684

B.T.CisSpring
Big Sweep
Drawn

Several persons
Turf Club Officials,
and holders of tickets and
other interested parties were
in the Grand Stand at the
Garrison Savannah yesterday
afternoon, when shortly after
4 o'clock the draw for the

including

Big Sweep of the B.T.C’s]

Spring Meeting began.
The meeting ends to-day,

HORSES DRAWN

A—4361, 9202, 6387,
B—4177, 1581, 3591.
C—2267, 9609;

D—6550, 2080, 7471.
E—8284, 7541, 8490.
F—4575.

G—6721,

J—0814, 6260, 3827, 7448.
K—4915,

L—7900, 5512, 8778, 2880.
M—3877, 1407.
|N—6470, 8431,
jO—0195, 6105,
P—1127, 4677.

, 7286,

9991.
8227.

U—7505, 4438,

V—5754, 1658

W—2214, 3898.

X—7406,

Y—2460.

Z—0679, 7839, 7414.

AA—3132,

BB—1763, 0481, 8551.

CC—4290;

EE—5882, 9054, 9247, 7729, 8872,
7424

FF—3164.
GG—6612.
YTH—17796, 6405, 4966, 5444.
MORRIS SKINNER,
J, D. CHANDLER
BOVELL & SK E,
per H.R. LEACH,
7th March, 1962.

60 OTHER PRIZES

A—8982, 8256, 9506,
C—4036, 9996, 0149.
D—2643, 7129.
E—6089, 6665, 1850.
F—5045, 7602,
G—9761.
H—8805, 7322, 5009.
I—3323, 4247, 9842, 0010, 0609.
J—7726.
K—3515, 8773.
M—0104.
O—0158, 4265.
P—2330, 3655, 5200.
4

1944.
2267, 3304,

R—8086, 5689, 6576, 1695 |

T—7420.

U—1832, 8996.

V—0263.

W—0863, 1987, 3005.
Y—5762, 5218, 5839, 0567.
Z—4780, 3937.

BB—4277.

CC—0630, 4142, 1179, 0317
DD—5259, 6031.
EE—6935, 4243.

GG—-4534, 8537.
MORRIS SKINNER,





J. D. CHANDLER
BOVELL & SKEETER,
per H. R. LEACH,
7th March, 1952,

P *
Rocks Substituted
For Watches

NEW YORK, March 7.

Police and airlines officiais
sought Friday to determine how
nine cases filled with rocks, won
ingots, and cardboard boxes were
substituted for $23,000 worth of
watches in an air freight ship-
ment to Switzerland.

The deception was discovered
when one of the cases was broken
while being unloaded yesterday
from a National Airlines Plane.
Brown rocks tumbled out and the
suspicious handler of the cargo
notified Customs officials.—(U.P.)

®y . .
Churchill Will
Present F.A. Cup

LONDON, March 7.

Prime Minister Winston Church-
ill will present the Football As-
sociation’s cup to the winning
team at the soccer cup final here
May 3, it was announced.

The cup is normally awarded by

the sovereign but the Queen will] y

still be in mourning for her fath-
er. This will be the first time the
Prime Minister has awarded the
cup, the mest coveted prize in
British soccer.—(C.P.)



Notonite Carries Top

Notonite carries top weight at
the third day of the B.T.C. Spring
Meeting today. Following are the
handicap

Race No. 18
(March Handicap)

TIBERIAN LADY 107 Ibs.
SLAINTE ...... 112 ,,
FLIBUXCE ......... 113 |
PEPPER WINE ....., 115 |,

sellers}







SATURDAY, MARCY §,



|
|

MR. E. F. H. de VRIENDT, new Secretary
of hisetwo-day visit to Barbados at a Press
Trinidad to-day.

Personal. Contact
| More Effective
Than Correspondence

MR. E. F. H. de VRIENDT, new Secretary General of
the Caribbean Commission, told a Press Conference at
Hastings House yesterday that as Head of the Secretariat
of the-Commission, he will “endeavour to establish as much
a8 possible personal contact between senior members of
the Secretariat and leading officials from the local terri-
tories,” because he believed that far more could be achieved
by short personal conversations than by any large amount
of correspondence. *

Mr. de Vriendt succeeded Mr,

Lawrence Cramer as Secretary
General of the Caribbean Commis-

sion on the Ist of January, 1952,
and is paying his first visit to

Barbados for the specific rarpee
on His

of making courtesy calls

General of the Caribbean



eH ,

Bevan Calls
_ “High Court”





Excellency the Governor, Heads|| ~ LONDON, March 7.

of local Government Depart- Bont civiaes 3 Pe, ee
ments and. other loading pune a io bettie den ‘or é
personalities, over whose ing- a, ‘ a P gg
ness to co-operate he is very Rint Gh, s., .
éppreciative. He also took the Left Ma jemen' ee an:
opportunity to review with ft-wing rebel Aneurin
George Seel, British Co-C! Bevan in Britain's most

dramatic political storm of

man, the highlights of the acti the last decade.

ties of the Commission.

Of Dutch nationality, the Bevan struck a surprise
new Head of the Central Secre- por last net by demand-
tariat at Kent House, Port-of- pe ina call to |
Spain, is of sturdy build, and Pant Secretary Morgan
just over six feet tall. He speaks hillips, an immediate meet-
English almost without accent, ing of the Labour National
and has had some twenty-six|| Executive — the — Party’s
years’ experience in Secretarial High Court”—to debate the

present issue,

work and management, The issue boiled over in

Mr. de Vriendt is keenly inter-

ested in the field of activities|} Parliament ednesday
which the Commission has un~ ber Bevan and 56 other
dertaken to look after, and lays ae ri ted the
great emphasis on the “regional|| ficial Party hip and

roach”

inter-related in man respects,
and in which connection he feels
t Caribbean Commission can
be very helpful.

Since taking i his appoint-
ment in early Jan ;
Vriendt visited Puerto Ric
he attended the conference on
Industrial Development of the
Caribbean Area, and the Report
of that Conference together with
the recommendations of the dele-
gates there, will be published in
the next issue of the Commis-
sion’s Monthly Information Bul-

letin,
Fisheries Talk



School-girl
Killed On Spot!

old |
girl of Paynes Bay, St.
James, was killed on the spot at!
about 8.15 a.m, yesterday when

Audrey Atwell, a ten-year
school

she was knocked down by the
molagses lorry M-1595 under a

(stand
pipe at Paynes Bay.
Mr. de Vriendt told the Con- The lorry was driven, by Eric

ference that the next point on the Cumberbatch of Black Rock, St.
@ On Page 7- Michael, who, it is alleged,’ lost

control of the lorry while an-
COMING HERE



other lorry was overtaking him
It Tan into the guard wall of the
standpipe b down part of
it and hever stopped travelling
towards Speightstown until it
was @bout 250 feet from the

scene of tne accident,

The little girl, in the company
of her three cousins Norma, Leon
and Dennis Reid, had gone to
the pipe to draw water, Dennis
was struck on his foot by a piece
of the broken wall and was taken
'o a doctor. Audrey Atwell’s
bucket was crushed.

mortem examination
was held later during the day by
Dr. A. C. Kirton,

Milkmaid Trampled

PARIS, March %,
Christiane Pruvost,
milkmaid was injured Friday
when she tried to prevent he;
prize cow from meeting “Rodolpe”
a handsome three-year-old bull.
The cow “Agra Agrae” was
just returning from her morning





THE EARL OF MUNSTER
the new Under-Seeretary of
State for the Colonies.

Lord Munster
Coming Here

a

Lord Munster, Parliamentary |ioth when she met Rodolpe i
Under Secretary of State, who the main corridor of the "Pack
has special responsibilities in the

Agricultural Show, Miss Pruvost
was trampled when she tried to
area|Keep the animals apart,

Colonial Office for West Indian
and Caribbean matters
to make a short visit to uP



. *
sary for him to ab- Fatal Accide
sence from the United nt
to two months and he not ‘From Our Own Correspondent)
the ANTIGUA, March 7.

therefore be able to visit all
He

colonies in the area.
on this occasion to it the
Bahamas, Jamaica,
British Guiana and Barbados.

At 4 am, today a fatal acci-
dent occurred on Gray’s Farm
Road when 88-year-old Arms-
trong Cobbins was knocked down

He will be accom; we his|by a car owned by the Assistant
Private Secretary, . EB. West|/Colonial Secretar y, Edgar
of the Colonial Office, Mr. S. B.|Edwards and driven by Victor

the Carlyle. Cobbins was ‘admitted

Secretary of State, in charge of
the West Indian Department of the
Colonial Office, will accompany
him on his visit to the Bahamas
and Jamaica.

to Hospital and died within
an hour. An inquest was started
and adjourned die. Carlyle
has been arrested and charged
with manslaughter. "

Tie ?

Conference at Hastings



Commission, discussing the purpose
House yesterday, He returns to

‘Quake Stops

All Traffic

TOKYO, Mare), 7
arthquakes shook Central
srupting traffic and com-
ations and Starting land-

Two e¢
Japan di
munic
slides

The Quake was telt over a dis-
tance of more than 350 miles—.
from Tokyo and Yokohama, south.
west to Okayama,

The National Railroad suspend-
ed traffic between Kanazawa and
Fukui after the second and strong-
er shock at 10.44,

Quakes struck hardest at Kan-

azawa 200 miles northwest of
Tokyo. This afternoon the quake
blacked out Toyama about 150
miles northwest of Tokyo. A
landslide covered rail tracks be-
tween Ushiya and Hosorogi.

Clocks stopped in Nagoya.

The
Central

Meteorological Observa-
tory in Tokyo reported this
afternoon that the quake was
centred in the Sea of Japan.
e oa —_— more train con-
inw its trip to northern Japan
to take food and blankets to Ku.
shiro shaken by a severe quake
on Tuesday. Kushiro is q seaport
on northeastern Hokkaido.
Government listed 27 dead from
Tuesday’s shock. U.P.

POLICE HUNT
‘TWO GUNMEN

TORONTO, March 7,
One of the greatest manhunts
in Toronto's ry continued
Friday for two gunmen who shot
down two City etectives, grave-

ly wound one
Police
as a material witness,
on vagrancy char,
attempted m
against the two men.
Sergeant of Detectives Edmund
Tong was shot through both lungs
as he and Detective ‘geant Roy
Perry stopped two men for ques-
tioning yesterday His condition
was reported fair. Sgt. Perry
was shot through his right arm
and wrist. He also is in fair
condition.—CP)

warrants



Canadian $ Holds |

Premium OverU.S.5 ©.

The Canadian dollar held a
States dollar in New Yorie on

carried it to 1001/32 cents

business and it held that lev

Earlier this week the Canadian
dollar was at a premium but held
at that level for only a few min-
utes before dropping back to par-
ity.
Brior to this week the Canadian
dollar had not sold at a premium
here since 1938.

New York bankers attributed
the strength of the Canadian dol-
lar to investment buying.

There has been an increasing
amount of for investment in
the Dominion which has brought
a greater demand for Canadian
funds.-—CP)



U.N. Beat Off

Counter Moves

8TH ARMY HEADQU 4RTERS,
Korea, March 7
A hard-fighting band of U.N
infantry-men killed or wounded
several Communists.

They then went on to another
position nearby where Reds were
stronger. After a 70-minute battle
in which Communists counter-at-
tacked three times, the attacking
unit reported 15 to 40 Communist
soldiers killed and 30 wounded.

On the Central Front another

patrol fought Communists, then
withdrew.
Elsewhere light patrol action

was reported. Communists con-
tinued to batter United Nations’
positions with artillery and mort«:
fire.

On the Eastern Front more thin
1,500 rounds were fired by Reds
against United States and South
Korean marine units.—U.P.



Weight

EMBERS ....... 109 , FUSS BUDGET ...... . Race No, 20
NOTONITE 73). |! 133 Race No. 19 (St: Ann's Handicus)
LONWAyS sieeeth 126 (Wm. Bowring Memorial BETSAM ..., 128 lbs
FIRELADY |...... 122 Handicap) VONWISE 97 ,,
é DUNQUERQUE ...... 101 lbs. COTTAGE 98 ,,
DASHING PRINCESS 113 , Aporno ~~” 109 TWINKLE ||". .: 105 |.
Oreae oe ie’ 118 ,,° MAY DAY.” 87 ;. JOAN’S STAR ..|| 104 |)
mae 111 » MARY ANN 130 DIADEM .. 115
E rete eeseeeee 106» §COLLETON 109 |, BILLY BOY | i’,
FLYING DRAGON .. 106 ~«C« OATCAKE 114, ROSETTE ie ae vet
YASMEEN ......... 138” CROSS BOW 130 || BLUE DIAMOND 121 |,
LANDMARK Spee “Tee ar aad 126 » -GAVOTTE .....00... -180 2




eernncmennene st

‘ENTS



ve

Latin America
Is Vital Part Of
Western Defence

WASHINGTON, March 7,
Truman in a report on the United States Mutual Secur-
ity Programme told Congress that Latin America is “an
integral and vital part of the free world,” but its ability to
bolster the common defence is hampered by economic



weaknesses.
The M.S.A. report said: “In-
flationary pressures even though

| Reds Bid For






































they 7" have been accom panied
by a ~— increase in the real W : X
income Musses OF the people | | T
have been an important Gace or € ruce
contributing to popular dissatis- PANMUD M, Korea, March 7
faction, This dissatisfaction which| , otiators made ‘an
has been expressed mainly in in~ }., ' to. ould
creased demands for social Ur i i ¢ Cor
reforms hag strengthened Tee thitidiorer code
tion to present governments— » | ‘0! . ee ee
situation which has been exploit eerie under the scope
ed by militant Leftists including |2! the Kore Aeaee. Serer
Communists, a
The review detailed the activi The Red proposal if accepted
ties of the M.S.A. Technical As- ud be interpreted as assuring
sistance Programme which _ is | for y part of any territory
handled in Latin America by th ceupied by forces now in Korea
Rawiete of Inter - American | ‘h tion ‘that would be
S. u in Koréa by the truce.
Recalling that Congress author- ;
ized $21,300,000 during the pres- Red manoeuvre came in
ent Fiscal Year for technical aid sion n Item Tit of the
to Latin America, the President's |!ruce supervision when Communist
report said: “On a broad and | Staff Office asked the Allies to
diverse front, Inter-American pro-jaccept their version of the para-
jects have been improving health ph pertaining to the Naval
and sanitation as indispensable | blockade of Korea
parts of a programme to strength - Chief . United Nations Staff

en this Hemisphere and raise the
standard of -living.”

Officer Colone Don O'Darrow
to me what they
to stretch the
ment to any place
forces in Korea
inder their

iid seems

vir to is to

Highly Significant

The President made it clear that
this aid is regarded as high];
significant in plans for the defence i
of the Hemisphere,

The report pointed out that
“military equipment made avail ,
able to other American Republics | ‘hat _ would

v4 will put at the disposa){ North Korea to put
of our sister republics, means to \usti
carry out more effectively their ;
own commitments under th
Inter-American treaty systern
An incidental but important ad
vantage will be that in the eve:
of conflict the United States wil!
be relieved to a substantial ex
tent of the necessity of using it
own forces in certain areas im
portant to the defence of the}
Hemisphere.” }

Truman pictured all of the Far
East as under the shadow of Com- |
munism and said that Red China |
is waging physical and psycho-
logical warfare against the Allies. |
He said only North American |
assistance can continue to “con-
tain” this

where
: ul ‘ 1 €
1 what Pu
sh said
iolation for
blockade

» fron
el Pu Shan)
it be
ili

UP.

U.N. PLANES
CUT. RAILS

PANMUNJOM, March
1 Airfor thter bombers
hanging clouds
Cr unist iil lines
1 lery itions in
\ Korea
Cloud

er of sorties fic
F.80 Shooting
intl-aircraft

112 Red s

Fift ;
lived throu
o attack

J I
the num-
n to-day to 200.

llenced two
and killed

ver limited

tars

itions





- | Shooting St also cut rails on
Meet Challenge the Saucon “ 1g Ine and
Truman said the U.S. had been | gostroved a ige north of
ompelled to meet the Soviet chal- | Oo), 49 Ma * 44 Corsairs
lenge in the form of subversion,! joctroved a motive on Sar-
Revolution and, in Korea, “un | \o) 7 if] lines
veiled military aggression” adding) © 64) ded ‘two toad
that the United States has had to} pris i maged
employ an equal variety of mea- d 121 =
sures to deal with these move: U.P.

and citing political, economic and |
military manoeuvres 6n the part!
of the United States He said}

eg Piston. . Loronation May Be

Held May 1953



LONDON, March 7
j he Cor aLic gueen Eliza-
th might take place in May next
ir ac rding to Press predic-
d ti lwwspaper said such
an vent “is bound to
lated in som way to the
NEW YORK, March 7, | Christian Calendar?
remium over the United | 1 t hat C r ihc might
ursday. The premium ke pluce or soon’ after the
shortly after the opening of! week beginning May 25th.
el through to late afternoon, | —U.P.



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FAGE TWO



Carub Calling

and MRS. W. W. WRIGHT

from Toronto, Canada,
were arrivals yesterday morning
by T.C.A., for a couple of weeks’
holiday and are staying at the
Windsor Hotel.

For Six Weeks

PENDING about six weeks’
holiday in Barbados is Mr.
Peter Wallbridge, Assistant Man-
of the Singer Sewing
hine Co., in Georgetown,
British Guiana. He arrived here
esterday morning by the Lady
Rodney accompanied by his wife
and two children and is sta

with his brother Mr. Pat
bridge of Ladymeade Gardens.

Travelling Salesman
R. ERIC TAYLOR, Travell-
: ing Salesman of Messrs.
J..N, Harriman and Co,, Lid,
returned from St. Vineent yes-
lay morning by the Lady
where he had been on a

ten day business visit.
While in St. Vincent
Taylor was able to play

games of tennis.

V the Islands
RRIVIN here yesterday
morning from St. Vincent

intransit for British Guiana was
Mr. F. H. Comber, Director of
Messrs, J. W. Potter and Co., Ltd.
Commission Agents. He has been
visiting the islands on a business
visit and will be opepains here
a couple of days ‘ore flying
back to his headquarters
Georgetown.

Mr. Comber is staying
Hastings Hotel.

Regular Visitor

N BARBADOS for a couple of
days’ holiday until ti: Lady
Rodney sails north are Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Hollander from Bal-
timore, Maryland, U.S.A. They
travelled out on the Rodney
which arrived here about two
nse ago and made the trip
t up to British Guiana. They
returned yesterday m and
are staying. ot the Crane Hotel.
Mr. ollander who is Presi-
dent of the Maryland Pharm-
aceutical Co., of Baltimore, is a
lar visitor to the island. He

id that he generally looks for-
cara to coming here because it
| yal. the best of all the islands in

e area,

St. Vincent Barrister
RRIVING by the Lady Rodney
yesterday morning from Si.
Vincent on a visit is Mr. R. M.
Cato, Barrister-at-Law, and
brother of Hon'ble Dr. A. S. Cato
of “Arndale,” Government Hill,
with whom he is staying.
Mr. Cato was accompanied by
his wife,

nN.

ing
all-

Mr.
a few

in

at the






ARTIE’S HEADLINE |

. ie s ‘Foreign
airs debate.’

On Holiday
VERONICA
who is attached to the Roseau
Hospital in Dominica, arrived here
on Thursday by the M.V. Caribbee
for about six weeks’ holiday. She

Iss THOMAS

is staying with Mrs.
of Tweedside Road.
PENDING two weeks’ holiday
ine Barbados are Mr. and Mre.
John Teixiera of British Guiana.

R. Thomas

They arrived on Thursday nignt
by B.W.LA. and are staying at

“Accra,” Roekley.

Mr. Teixiera is with the office
staff of Messrs. J. P. Santos,
Georgetown.

U.K. Director

A. IAN BIRKMYRE, Direc-
tor of the Gourock Rope
Work Co., Ltd. of Glasgow, left
for Trinidad yesterday by
B.W.LA. after a short business
visit here, He was accompanied
by his wife and they were staying

at the Marine Hotel.

U.S.Medico
Dp R. HiiLiGMAN, a private
medical practitioner from
California, U.S.A., arrived here

yesterday morning by the Lady
Modney from Trinidad where ac
had been on a short visit. He ex-

:

pects to fly home as soon as he
could get passage.
Dr. Heiligman is staying at tas

Hastings Hotel.
First Visit
patina their first visit to the
island and staying for about
two months’ holiday are Dr. Ken-
neth N. Wray, D.D.S. of George-
town and Mr, Nathaniel Mayhew-
Hinds, Directoy of the
B.G. Soap and Works Ltd. They
morning by the
Lady Rodney and are staying at
the Cosmopolitan Guest House.

“The Wandering
Wainwrights”

R. AND MRS. TIBI WAIN-

WRIGHT, familiarly known
as “the Wandering Wainwrights”
are now back in Barbados for a
holiday staying until May. They
arrived. yesterday morning by the
L4dy Rodmey after spending six
weaks in Tobago.

Mr. Wainwright, a retired manu-
facturer from Montreal said that
while in Tobago, he took a number
of photographs.

While here, the Wainwrighis
are staying at Bush Hill House,
The Garrison.

Intransit
MONG the passengers arriv-
ing by the Lady Rodney yes-
terday morning from Trinidad
was Mr. Clive St. Croix who is
intransit for St. Lucia where he
intends to go into business.
While here, he is staying at the
Sosmopolitan Guest House.



Rupert and ne Pounet—€



Mise Lavender quickly finds
what she i# seeking, “And will
you take it in the box?’ she asks.
“* Well, Mummy senc this basket,"
Rupert says, “and | think I'd
rather take it im thas.” “* "
smiles the little lady, * That gives
me an excuse to open the box ana

have a last look at it, and you
shall put it on so that | can see
what it looks like when it is worn.

your head's smaller than
your Mummy’ 's, but it looks won-

derfully smart."’ ‘Golly! I'm
ad | don't have to wear any-
like thie every day!"
| s Rupert.



BY THE WAY ee « By Beachcomber

*T T was believed,” says a sim-
: ple sentence, “that the ele-~
phant had been stolen.” It was

ly being led to some

“fence”, who was expecting noth-
ing biger than a saucepan or a
silver tray.

| I knew a man who tried to
Bmuggle an elephant out of the
country. The seene in the Cus-
toms shed at Dover was remark-
able, The beast got away and was
reported making for London. An
enormous trap was baited with
rice pudding on the
bankment, and a man spent the
hight in the bushes, calling softly:
“Tiny! Tiny!” He said he was the
elephant’s owner, and that he
‘would recognise it by a small wart
on the right leg. I don’t know why
T tell you this.

The scientific approach
rn aene of marriage, I see
that someone is claiming
that a young couple should be
able to judge the chances oe a
happy or unhappy ma’ by
ing each other's lbade
writing! Those who are too busy
to write letters should submit a
line or two of shorthand to each
other. If they marry, in spite of
the irrefutable evidence of their

handwriting that they are incom

ble, the marriage sho
the other hands by some
e other iy ae strange

chance they are happy in sp

NOW IN

HORROCKSES PLAIDS 36”
HORROCKSES STRIPES 36”
POTTERS FABRICS 36”
FLOWERED PRINTS 36”

their handwriting, the Govern-
ment should take powers to com-
pel each to develop a new style of
handwriting under expert tuition,
and to report twice weekly to:the

Regional Faychologtat
Hospitality ty——and
something more
Mr. Sutton, I uest ”
plate for a secone mtton ofthe

beetroot ? This is Li
Hall, Mrs, Rel, Pray take more

sauce, and pass the bottle to Mr.

PASSING OUT PARADE

Chulgrove. Will those who —
such extras as tastipaste
nerebutta with tomorrow's ren
fast please enter their names in
block letters im the catering book
in the lounge?

This ig a typical mealtime
conversazione at Mrs, McGurgle’s
establishment, and evidences the
atmosphere of ease and harmony
which makes that noted house
home from home.

(Advt.)

oe

A
ee
PRESENTATION OF THE BATON OF. HONOUR
FOLLOWED BY

A POLIC E. DISPLAY

THE

POLICE

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RANE of Toronto, Canada,
O passed through here on the
Ledy Redney on its way South,|
arrived here yesterday morning
from Trinidad where they had

spent a short holiday. They have!
no come for a further holiday
and are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Mr. Cochrane is a retired busi~
nessman from Toronto.

Back Again "
R. NEVILLE DUMMETT whe
was last here in 1950 is now
back again for a month’s holiday. |
An Accountant with Proctor ageé|
Gamble, Soap Manufacturers of |
Caracas, he travelled out from |
there on the Alcoa Cavalier to)
Trinidad where he remained for |
a couple of days before taking
the Lady Rodney which arrived
here yesterday morning.
Talking Point
Like all rogues, he was a great
calumniator of the fair sex,
—Scott.

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Knarf and Hanid, the two Shad-
ows, stood under the tree and gazed |
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“Oh no,” answered Willy from
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a toad. How could a toad become a
butterfly?

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after Knarf and Hanid were sitting
on the branch beside him. “Anybody
can become a flutterby—I mean, a
butterfly. I know exactly how to do
it. And once you're a butterfly, ah,
what fun it is!

Don’t Have to Walk

“Once you're a butterfly,” Willy
went on, “you never have to bother
walking any more. If you’ve got any

| place to go—say to the grocery store

for a pound of butter—you just
flutter out of the window, then you

flutter down the road, then you flut-
ter aver the trees, and finally you

_| Hutter down the street, right into

the grocery store. It’s no trouble at
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‘OW Was anite willing to become one.

fianid said she wanted to learn

me a butterfly, too
; “Well,” said Willy : “Ti tell you
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with leaves. After that yoo spin
yourself a bed and go to sleep for
awhile. When you wake up, you’re
a butterfly!”

“All right—let’s do it!” Knarf
and Hanid both said eagerly.

Plenty For All

“Fine,” said Willy, pointing to
the leaves al! around them. “There’s
plenty for all of us. Let’s start
stuffing ourselves.”

Knarf took a bite of leaf. Hanid
took a bite of leaf. Willy took a
bite of leaf.

Then they all looked at each
other.

“Bitter,” said Knarf.

“Very sour,” said Hanid.

“Awful,” said Willy.

With that they all climbed down

asked Knarf, who by | the tree again, us fast as they could,

} “Pugh,” said Willy. “It’s too
|much trouble being a tterfly.
| What's wrong with walking to the
|grocery store if you need a pound
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if caterpillars want to turn into
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Sugar
ixpert Gets
FAO Post

PORT-OF-SPAIN, March 5.
Vr. Walter Scott, Consulting
ar Technologist, of Trinidad
London, well known in cane
far circles, has accepted an
ent from the Food and
riculture Organisation of the
ited Nations to render techni-
assistance to the Republic of
Salvador (Central America)
the development of its cane
far industry.

Wir. Scott will serve one
mber of a two-man _ team.
e@ other member will be an
momist. As a technologist,
+ Scott’s job will be to survey
equipment and processes of
country’s sugar mills, and to
ommend ways and means for
yrovement. While coffee is El
yvador’s number one crop,
far is also of primary impor-
te in the economy of the
ntry.
lis initial visit for a period of
woximately four months. He
as to leave for El Salvador in
near future.

fr. Scott’s recent report
: Industrial Utilization of
far Cane By-Products, pre-
ed for the Caribbean Com-
sion, has gained attention in
@r-cane producing areas
and the world. The Commis-
i has released a _ French
tion, and many requests for a
mish edition have been re-
red.

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1952 Hopeful
For Guadeloupe

he year 1952 has opened very
efully for primary education
Guadeloupe. The reports that
Struction is to start right
ty on three new rural schools,
situated at Baie-Mahault, an-
gr at Trois-Rivieres, and yet
ther at Gosier. Then there
© be a boys’ school at Morne-
Eau, with room for fifteen
$es, and a school to accom-
late twelve classes to be built
3t. Louis on Marie Galante, a
endency of Guadeloupe. Ac-

ly the cornerstone for the
me-a-l'Eau school was laid
y in January—a few days

© the opening of another new
dol in the St. Marie district
Capesterre. This new school
Capesterre is a boon, the
dren of the St. Marie district
viously having had to make
te a journey into the town to
md school. In addition to
ze new buildings, other ex-

tions are reported. In_ St.
le three new classes have
m opened. For the present,

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h curricula reduced to essen-
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LONDON, Feb. 19. to the aggressiveness of the young if not altogether easily.

His ninth victory in England Trinidadian. . He won four fights, the last
in nine professional fights earns Yet Pompee might still be re- against the Cuban champion,
for 22-year-old Trinidad-born garded as just a “good prospect” Raou. Ochoa, and was nominated
Yolande Pompee the title if it were not for his sensational as challenger for the Trinidad and
“Sportsman of the ‘week.” Thé victory achieved at Harringay in West Indies titles held by Gentle
latest victim ,of the two fisted November. In seven rounds he Daniel.
terror from the West Indies was compelled the retirement of Dave The contest was staged in San
Dutchman Willie Schagen.. who Sands, Australia’s Empire middle- Fernando—the home town of
was forced to retire, the Tefree weight title-holder. This victory cricketer Sonny Ramadhin by the

stopping the fight, in the tenth
and final round at Harringay on

‘Tuesday.
These victories, although not
numerically impressive, have

nevertheless established the beau-
tifully built, good looking Pom-
pee as leading contender for the
Empire cruiser-weight title held
by Battersea’s Don Cockell. For
eight of them have been inside
the distance. Yet the amazing
part is that Pompee has had only
three years amateur and profes-
sional experience,

He arrived in England
dast year having won the crulser-
weight championship of the West
Indies after only six fights.
Little could he have guessed the

early





sent his stock soaring and confirm-
ed that here was a champion of
the future.

As a boy in Trinidad, Pompee
excelled in all sports—except box-

ing. As a fast bowler, he was
always liable to run through a
side. As a footballer, he played

successfully in all positions except
goalkeeper, and as a basket-ball
player, he was above average.

It was not until he was 19 that
he was persuaded to enter the
ring. And then it was only sup-
posed to be a temporary entrance.

Whitlen Semper, the West
Intercolonial amateur
champion, wanted a sparring part-
ner, and with no one else avail-~
able, Pompee agreed to fill the bill,

Indies





‘way—and for the first and only
time in his career to date Pompee
failed to win. He was beaten on
points over fifteen rounds. But
such was the merit of lis perform-
ance that a return match was
arranged and this time Pompee
reversed the decision.

Local opposition having ‘been
exhausted, Pompee decided to
come to England. But not with-
out giving Daniel an opportunity
to regain his title. Again the fight
went to the fifteenth round but
this time Pompee applied the fin-
ishing touch with a K.O.

His early fight n
showed him to be a
promise, He hac a natural aggres-
sive spirit and a damaging right

Englaxw’
boxer of



PAGE

THREE







Paris Vewsletter
Three-flat Picasso
Comes Back
To Fight

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By SAM WHITE 66 99
PARIS:
Pain Pablo Picasso is in
trouble, on two fronts—with the

Paris housing authorities and the




French Royal Academy, the
Beaux Arts. : ‘
Picasso owns three flats in y N any .
Paris, cll of which the Paris! (BRITAIN’S HEST HISCUITS)
Municipality threatens to requi-)
sition or the grounds that he
lives the year in his house in "
Vallauris in the South of France. ALL L ADING STORES
Picasso iNionaire Communist, J A
has come to Paris to fight the
issue.
As for the Beaux Arts they
are worried about Picasso’s pur-
chase near Vallauris of a seven-
teenth century chapel which he
threatens to convert into an anti-
religiou museum. They have
asked the Government to class-
ify the chapel as an _ historical

monument

£1,200 Job

A £7 10s. a week lorry driver CHEESELETS
from the Midlands has just
joined Unesco in an important
capacity

What does he do? In his own
words: “I just fill inkwells all
day hd every day. Inkwells
galores I don’t know what they
do with all that ink in there. I
reckon they must drink it.”

What does he get ? £1,20C a
year, including allowances and PLAY xX
all tax free

They said It

QUOTES OF THE WEEK:
Attorney-General Str Lionel
Heald on Vishinsky “Not a TWIGLET Et Et
good House of Commons man,” CG C.
Former French Premier M.
Pleven: “There are plenty of
French politicians eager to break
eggs, but few who can make an
omelette” Mistinguett on the
eternal mystery of her age 1
“Please don’t ask me how old I
am. Let’s say [I am 123 and

leave, it at that” A critic on film
Star “Jean: Marais’s performance
in the Racme classic Britannicus
“Tt was like Ivor Novello trying
to play Hamlet.”

Reward tor Service
ACTOR Pierre

| |
Brasseur, star-|
ring the Sartre’s play God and
the Devil, rewarded his plum-
ber after a speedy repair job
with a free ticket for the show
When he received the bill it read
“Four hours spent at the theatre
at master plumber rates 1,200
francs, cloakroom and programme |
—150 franes, transport to theatre |
and return by Tube—120 francs. |

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Dutme. Worse dressed Shelley
Winters. Most temperamental
Marlene Dietrich, Sharpest, bar
iner, Paulette Goddard
Secret Film
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ar classes, until the comple- reputation which was to be He shaped up so well that hand punch. Since then he has have arrived in Paris for loca- |
t of the building intended to earned in the ensuing months. Bemper’s trainer advised him to learned the value of ringeraft and tion shots of a film based on tht
ge them. Finally, it is under- His first fight in England was take up the sport seriously. Al- has developed his defensive cov- imprisonment of American busi-
jd that. authority is awaited at Liverpool in July. Sammy though not over-keen he agreed, Ting. He has also incorporated ness man Robert Vogler by the
n the Ministry of Education Wilde of Nigeria was the And with overwhelming success, certain of the characteristics of Hungarian Communist Govern-
Paris to start thirty-three other “victim,” and Pdmpee_ forced After only ten fights‘he was ama- “Sugar” Ray Robinson in his ment. The project is a closé
¢ classes. So far, our corres~ him to retire in the fifth round. teur champion of Trinidad. make-up. This thas not been de secret because of fears of Com .
dent adds, forty-five new as= Success followed on success The natural result of all this was liberate, however. Rather have munist demonstrations and sabo- <
ant teachers have been re- Well-known boxers such as Dave that Pompee should join the paid they crept in unconsciously. For tage. ..
ited to cope with the increased Williams, Bert Saunders and Bill ranks, which he did in 1949. And Robinson is Pompee’s idol as a World Copyright Reserved | uaa
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Saturday, March 8, 1952 er

pilblidaehipeenicenakn as me
HOUSE OWNING Federation Be, per 100.
THE most fundamental need of human 7 d t
il ; : a ; Monday—Like everybody else this week
families, after bread, is a home. There is no IN spite of British Guiana’s is fairly sound and they are pro- Gl SER paneatini the cost. The way| ADVOCATE STATIONERY

Sure way of getting bread without work objection to joining a federation By H. O. HUSBANDS gressing slowly but steadily.



and there is no sure way of getting a home
without paying for it. These statements are
so obvious that anyone might be excused
for calling them platitudinous. Yet they
need emphasising in Barbados where the
mentality of getting something for noth-
ing is considered by many thoughtful
people to the increase. Wishful
thinking has got around to houses and
hopes have been raised that building soci-
eties can magically succeed where others
have failed to provide hemes.

The truth is that building societies can
help men and women to become their own
landlords. But they cannot wave magic
wands and present everyone with a home
next month for so many dollars a month.
The first misconception to be removed is
that building sécieties build homes. They
do nothing of the kind. They lend up to a
certain percentage of the total cost of a
home to approved borrowers, who can
satisfy the Society’s surveyors and direc-
tors as to their title deeds to a property on
which building is to take place or has
already taken place and their ability to
provide security for the money which is
loaned.

There is in existence in Barbados to-day
a building society which was formed a
short while ago and its experience con-
firms the comment made recently by Mr.
William Cash, of the Abbey National |

be on

Building Society of the United Kingdom, }

that the first requirement of a building
society is an accurate survey. No less than
nine out of ten applicants for loans from
the Barbados Building Society were dis-
covered to have something wrong with
their title deeds. Another applicant made
the mistake of beginning to build a house
on land where the ownership had not yet
been established and thereby increased the
fees which had to be paid before title deeds
could be procured. The onus of checking



title deeds rests with the society but no
building society here or in the United
Kingdom will advance money to intending
purchasers or builders of homes unless the
title deeds of the land and property are
legally valid.

In Barbados the building society does
not consider the absence of valid title
deeds any more than a temporary obstacle
but it is important that all those contem-
plating loans from the building society
should realise that clean title deeds are a
first essential. Another important pre-
requisite for the successful operation of a
building society in the opinion of Mr. Cash
is a Town and Country Planning Act.

A building society cannot afford to lend
large sums of money to an individual who
wants to buy a house in a certain neigh-
bourhood, unless it can be certain that an
oil storage tank or a pioneer industry will
not be established next door. Otherwise the
society would have no means of evalu-
ating a property and’no standards for de-
ciding how much can be loaned upon
houses of varying categories. Once these
two fundamental principles have been
established the operation of a building
society depends on the amount of money
available for loans.

In Great Britain in 1944 there were 817
permanent and 88 terminating building
societies, with 203,900 and 10,000 share
investors respectively. The share capital
of the permanent societies was £584,308,-
000 and of the terminating £919,000. Their
mortgage assets were £560,932,000 and
£900,000 respectively and their other in-
vestments £233,357,000 and £242,000.
Comparison between these societies and a
society in Barbados which has a capital of
approximately $10,000 would be ludicrous.

The first step to be taken here is for in-
tending home-owners to contribute to-
wards the building society which is already
in existence and increase its capital to a
size which will enable it to increase its
loans. All building societies are formed
with the object of raising by the subscrip-
tions of members’ funds, out of which to
make advances to members upon real
estate by way of mortgage. The advan-
tage is that everyone who joins may in
course of time become his own landlord,
The society in Barbados was formed to
promote this co-operative method of house-
owning. Its success depends on the support
it receives from people who want to own
theit homes.

Ike Returns To Paris
PARIS, March 7,
General Dwight Eisenhower returned
Friday night from a five-day military in-
spection tour of Greece and Turkey and

said he was highly encouraged by the
strength of Western defences in thosc

countries. He said “I found very fine spirit
and morale. I think they feel like the rest
of us that this work we are doing will mean
peace.”

The Allied Supreme Commander de-
scribed as satisfactory his talks with Greek
and Turkish military leaders. Eisenhower’s
party flew here from Naples where he con-
ferred with United States Admiral ‘Robert
B. Carney, Southern Commander of Atlan- |
tic Pact Forces and Italian officials.—U.P.

of the West Indies, the Secretary
of State for the Colonies has re-
cently invited that country to send
a representative to federation
talks which are to be held in Lon-
don in June.

Every West Indian will no doubt
follow with interest the stand
B.G. will take at the conference
if she sends a delegate to London

But the average Guianese is in-
different about federation and is
100 per cent. behind the legisla-
ture for objecting in principle to
B.G. being federated with the
West Indies. Following is a line of
argument that they adduce against
federation: é

B.G. is not convinced that she
has anything to gain from politi-
cal federation in the West Indies
and prefers to stay out of it until
at least a beginning has been
made, She is not satisfied that
there is the will among the lead-
ers to make federation a success.

There is a lot of squabbling
among politicians and they feel
that«the lack of unity of purpose,
and personal antagonism would
not help to make federation a
success. The major reason for their
objection is the granting of six
seats to B.G. as a federal colony
They contend that they must be
a basis of complete equality

on
with Trinidad and Jamaica.
Jamaica having 16 seats and

Trinidad nine—as compared with
B.G.’s six—would mean that those
two colonies would have absolute
power to do as they like

British Guiana says that she
has a lot of problems—drainage,
irrigation, sea and river defences,
development of industries—with
which the West Indies are com-
pletely unfamiliar. Her leaders
doubt that there is money in the
West Indies to develop. that
country, which is 83,000 square
miles in area or several times the
size of the West Indies. They want
population and it would take a
considerable sum of money to de-
velop the land in order so that
it could be beneficially occupied
by immigrants. They must be sat-
isfied that the money would be
forthcoming for development
work or else there would be no
point in joining the federation.
They could only hope to become a
Dominion later.

There is the question of conti-
mental destiny. There is a long
range policy not likely to be im-
plemented immediately but Brit-
ish Guiana has great expectations.
The idea is that a large stretch
of B.G. touches Brazil on the
South and Venezuela on the north
and there is hope for trade be-
tween these countries and B.G.



No U.K. Influence On
B.W.I. Federation

LONDON
The U.K. Government
never attempted to exercise any
influence on the Governments of
British West Indian
in order to
erate, the
declared,
The

Foreign Office has

Minister, Senor Manual
Galich, strongly denying that
the People’s’ United Party of
British Honduras,
opposing B. H.

Foreign

have that

territories
induce them to fed-

statement was made in a
Note delivered to the Guatemalan

which is
participation in
the proposed federation, is in any
way representative of the people

Development of this trade would
be a slow process, they realize,
but there has been a discussion
between the Governors of the
territory of Rio Branco and the
British Guiana territory and it is
likely that something fruitful
might be forthcoming.

We do not intend to be the
pawn in a game of leading West
Indian politicians” is a sort of
slogan. As the Guianese see it,
their main hope for development
lies in attracting American and
Canadian capital to develop the
interior of the country because in
the U.S.A. and Canada, there is
not only the capital, but the tech-
nical men required to do the job.

More than three quarters of the
country is under forest and it is

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

‘Let's ring u
Office and tei
een decided perely for
reasons of administrative
conrentence to appoint an
American.”

the Foreign
em that it’s



essential that they develop those
resources. They do not only want
saw milling; they want to manu-
facture ply wood, charcoal on a
large scale and paper pulp. The
Guianese argue that if they could
develop those industries, hydro-
electric power would facilitate
the creation of new industries and
provide employment for many
thousands of people, Such devel-
opment would require large capi-
tal which is not available in the
West Indies.

It is a popular Guianese view
that it would be difficult for West
Indians to appreciate the prob-
lems of British Guiana which are
so different from those of other
colonies. B.G’s financial position

“In the firs. place, it is alleged
the People’s United Party
‘represents the majority of the
total population of the territory
of Belize’ and, ‘is fighting for its
liberation from the British Colo-
nial system.’ The facts are that
the People’s United Party, which
was only founded in December,
1949, cannot in any way be re-
garded as representative of pub-
lie opinion in British Honduras;
on the contrary the people of
British Honduras have repeatedly
made it clear that it is their wish
to remain within the British
Commonwealth, which assures



them their security, their politi-
eal liberties and their freedom
from totalitarian forms of gov-
ernment, whether of Communist
or Fascist character.

of the Colony.

The Party has appealed to the
Conference of Central American
Foreign Ministers, which took
place in San Salvador last Octo-
ber, for help in its fight for “lib-

eration from the British Colonial
was for-
in a Guate-
the latest

system.” This appeal
warded to London
malan Note to which

British Note is a reply.

Britain still stands by its offer
to submit the Guatemalan dispute
over British Honduras to the In-
ternational Court of Justice, the

new Note says.

In Guatemala City, Senor Gal-
told reporters that he had
to which he
immediately,

ich
received the Note,
intended to reply
and added “The
Government stated on
27, 1947, that it was
accept the compulsory
tion of the International Court
of Justice, but took exception in
the case of the Belize problem.

“The British have not taken
cognisance of the Belize people’s
complaint against the plan to in-
clude them in the so-called Fed-
eration of the British Caribbean

Guatemalan

colonies. The British Note does
modify the question under

not
discussion and adds nothing new
to the previous British propos-
als.”

Here is the text of the British
Note delivered in Guatemala City
on February 19th, 1952:

“T have the honour under in-
structions from Her Majesty’:
Principal Secretary of State for
Foreign Affairs to reply to You
Excellency’s Note of 23rd Octo
ber in which were

texts Of a letter to the ‘Presi-

dent of the Conference of Cen-”

tral American Ministers for For-
eign Affairs’, signed by three
members of the People’s United
Party of British Honduras; and
of a resolution approved by the
Preliminary Reunion of Minis-
ters for Foreign Affairs of Cen-
tral America.

“Her Majesty’s Government in
the U.K. are surprised that so
distinguished a body as that com-
posed by the Ministers for For-
eign Affairs of Central America
should appear to have attached
so much significance, and indeed
credence, to the above-mentioned
letter signed by three members
of the People’s United Party. That

letter, apart from the fact that
it contains abusive remarks
directed against H.M.G. in the
U.K. and the Government of Brit-
ish Honduras, is highly mislead-
ing, especially in the followir
two t

January
ready to
jurisdic-

set out the?

“In the second
above-mentioned letter
manoeuvres of the English Gov-
ernment tending to oblige this
territory by force to enter into a
federation of English Caribbean
possessions.” These alleged man-
oeuvres have no foundation in
reality. It is well known to the
People’s United Party, and vould

place,

readily have been verified by
Your Excellency’s Government,
that H.M.G. in the U.K. have

never attempted to exercise any
influence on the Governments of
British West Indian territories, in
order to induce them to federate.
In British Honduras a_ proposal
for federation lies at present be-
fore the legislature, which will
have the freedom permitted by
all democratic forms of govern-
ments, to accept or reject it.

“It will be.clear from the ‘fore-
going that the resolution approv-
ed by the Preliminary Reunion
of the Ministers for Foreign
Affairs of Central America was
based upon misleading informa-
tion submitted by a section of
one of the political parties freely
existing in British Honduras un-
der the conditions of political
liberty guaranteed by the Gov-
ernor and by H.M.G, in the U.K.

“In the concluding paragraph
f Your Excellency'’s Note, men-
tion is made of the reservation
of certain rights and interests
claimed by Guatemala over ‘the
‘territory of Belize.’ by which is
presumably intendéd a reference
to British Honduras. It is not
apparent what is the immediate
relevance of the pretensions of
the Guatemalan Government to
the subject of West Indian Fed-
eration. Nevertheless I have been
instructed once more to refute
these pretensions, as was done
in a Note addressed to Your Ex-
cellency’s predecessor on the 8th.
September. 1949. As no reply was
received to that Note and there
has been no subsequent change in
the attitude of H.M.G. in the U.K.
ic will ke convenient to recapit-

ulate paragraph 3, which reads
as follows:
“The Guatemalan Government

claim that His Majesty’s Govern-



ment have not fully carried out
terms of the Anglo-Guate-
malan Treaty of the 30th April,
1859. This is manifestly a legal
natter, and indeed the arguments
favour of their claim which
e Guatemalan Government

the
refers to

Should they be fortunate to get
American and Canadian capital
they hope to be able to develop
the country and secure self gov-
ernment. “Population follows de-
velopment and they believe that
they will get the people when
they get development.

Recent negotiations over a ric
contract with the West Indies dij
not create a favourable impre:
sion on the minds of the Guianes«
They establish the fact that the,
agreed at a conference table to
accept a lower price than they
thought they were entitled to anc
to their amazement, the W./.
islands decided to go to arbitra-
tion, The fact that they wer
awarded higher prices by the ar-
bitrators proved their claim thi:
they were entitled to higher prices.
They feel that .the W.I. represen-
tatives in the negotiation did nc
show a spirit which was conduciv
to federation and made B.G
wonder what would happen in an
negotiations where they were at
the mercy of the West Indies.

British Guiana thought that tl
West Indies realized that afte
the war, they sold rice at a pric
lower than world market prices +
the benefit of the West Indies an
to British Guiana’s loss. They ha
made a bad contract, they say, an
had to stick to it, “The West lL:
dies do not allow equity to com
into the picture and do not seer
to regard the people of B.G. a
brothers and sisters.”

Guianese read of West Indiar
being put out of Trinidad and the
wondered if that is considered i
Trinidad to be the spirit of feder-
ation, They heard that tourist
had been induced by bad propé
ganda to remain in the West In
dies and not to go to British Gui
ana. They on their part sa
nothing against the West Indie
and@ they are disappointed to he:
stories that are told to touris'
which are complete fabrication
intended to harm the country an«
take away the U.S. and Canadiar
dollars which they need just a
much as any of the West India:
Islands.

Even on the field of sport th:
Guianese have found reasons fo
objecting to B.G, being feder ite:
with the West Indies. They sa)
that they find the West Indian at
titude was, if B.G. got one plac
on a team, they should be con-
tented and if they got two, shoul:
consider themselves lucky. Wh
it came to appointing managers +
touring teams, they say, a Guian
ese has never been lucky to get a
appointment. A British Guian.
Captain of a West Indies Team i
presumed unthinkable.

have put forward are legal argu-
ments. The action of the Guate-
malan Constituent Assembly ir.
declaring, “in 1945, that Britis!
Honduras was a part of Guate
mala was evidence that they re-
garded the Guatemalan claim t
have a legal basis. Further, Hi
Majesty’s Government observ’
the statement in Your Excellency’:
Note under reply that interna-
tional law amd juridical proce
dure fully support the rights o
the Guatemalan Government
and the assertion that on jurid-
ical grounds His Majesty’s Gov-
ernment cannot claim any titl
to retain British Honduras. Hi
Majesty’s Government are unabk
to understand why then the Guat-
emalan Government are not pre-
pared to allow their claim to b«
legally adjudicated upon, In any)
legal dispute it is clearly onl)
right and proper that ther:
should be an examination on :
legal basis
the competent legal tribunal, ir
this case the International Court
Just as in private disputes be-
tween two individuals over the
ownership of private land, the
ordinary civil law of the countr)
concerned applies, so in disputes
between two Governments ove?
the ownership of territory inter-
national law applies. In the for-
mer case the proper way tc
reach a_ settlement is for the
national courts to adjudicate or
the legal issues; in the latter case
for the international court. Ir
both cases this is the only fair
way in which justice can be ful-
filled.

“The steps which H.M.G. in the
U.K,, took on the 13th February
1946, when they empowered thc
International Court of Justice to
settle any claims that might be
put before that Court concerning
British Honduras, was a very ex-
ceptional one, in view of the lony
period that H.M,.G. had been in-
undisputed possession of this ter-
ritory. H.M.G, in the U.K. signed
a special declaration under the
optional clause for this purpose,
whereas the Guatemalan Govern-
ment, for their part, have signed
the declaration under the optional
clause giving jurisdiction to the
International Court to decide dis-
putes on a purely legal basis re-
lating to all matters except the
question of British Honduras. On
the 12th February, 1951, H.M.G
in the U.K. renewed for a further
period of five years their offer tc
accept a decision of the Interna-
tional Court which would settle
this dispute.

“It is a matter of regret t
H.M.G. in, the U.K., that the
Guatemalan’ Government so far
from availing themselves of this
opportunity to settle the dispute,
which has proved a hindrance to
good relations between our two
Governments, should have accep-
ted, apparently without any
attempt to verify the facts, mis-
leading and partisan statements
about conditions and opinions in
British Honduras which cannot in

any way conduce to the friendly
relations which H.M.G. in the
U.K. would wish to see estab-
lished.” —B.U.P. |

Tuesday—Let’s begin at the top. If a Gov-|

Wednesday—But nobody seems interested



Thursday—Somebody

people keep on spending and spending,
putting up salaries and making life |
easier for everybody except me and ar
couple of hundred of thousand others. |
I’m all in favour of good salaries for
the best men; leave passages every |
three years.and all that sort of thing. |
That’s fine. But there is a snag in 1t
and I'll tell you more to-morrow.

Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings









pans




inum

ernor does his full term here maybe |
something will have been achieved in|
five years. But after 5 years what, hap-|
pens? The Governor goes, another)
comes and it all begins over again, |
including what's undone.

What’s true of the Governor is even |
more true of the Colonial Secretary.
Of recent years Colonial Secretaries
have passed through Barbados far more |
quickly than was good for Barbados, ;
and they all had their views about the
really important things.

No one would say there was much
continuity about Colonial Secretaries.
Nobody. And another thing.

Ph. 4472

C. S. PITCHER & CO.

No sooner than they arrive than they |
find themselves engaged in _ politics |
(that’s what I call the > Legislative

Council: a political chamber). By the |,
time they have swotted up what’s been |
going on during their absence an offer

of another job comes along and away

they go having undoubtedly
but having left no guarantee that much
of their service won’t be neglected ci
undone by a new man with new ideas

served

It ought to be possible to pay salaries
which will keep key officials here fo:
longer than they now remain. Nobody
enters the colonial service without
some hope of coming to the top, but
peoples’ ideas of the top seem remark-
ably similar when the language used
is £.s.d, Pay a good man and keep
him seems a reasonable method for
administering a colony.



in reason.

The Government cheerfully spends
$12,500 a year on expenses of oil advis-
ers in an island where they are stil]
looking for oil.

Also =a new shipment
of Linen Sheets and
Pillow Cases & Cotton

But they let a first rate deputy e
director of agriculture go coker off Sheets & Pillow Cases
somewhere into the interior of Africa
when he would have been perfectly DA COSTA & C0) LTD
Think ® ®

happy to stay here at a price.
that over and if it makes sense to you, ||
I’m a bigger fool than nobody.







—always ask for

made a_ sensibk
remark to-day. They asked m:
whether I noticed how much easie:
officials of C.D. & W. find it to frater
nise with us locals than do local gov-
ernment officials.

Answer: This has not always been so

Many local government pfficials used
to fraternise more easily but perhap
life was less tiresome in those days and
Bajans less dull. Certainly the current

HARTLEY’S

and adjudication by |

Friday—I should not be surprised to hear}

Saturday—So long as tomatoes can be)‘



boys must find society very restricted;
if they revolve only in official circles.
Lord Baldwin’s excursions into Bridge-|
town and other people’s adventures in |
Barbados seem more worthwhile.

that the government is toying with the!
idéa of importing large quantities of

Hebrew bibles. These will not be dis-
tributed but will be stored in unwanted |

jam

the greatest name in jam-making

government lands like Stockton. The OP OREEVOPE SEEPS PPPP PD OO PPL PL POP PPP LPP.
: . . . »
objects and reasons of this strange | 3% x
; 4 .
action would be based on precedent. > NEWS WORTH BROADCASTING! »
’

i > ’ »
During the 1914—18 war when the}? YOU CAN x
Gas Company could not obtain coal a} 4 s x

shipload of Hebrew bibles which hap-
pened conveniently to be in Carlisle +
Bay was redirected to the Gasworks|
and the bibles were burnt to produce |
gas.

KEEP YOUR
PARTY AT
THE
HIGH PITCH”
Or
ENJOYMENT

This is a true story: but I am not in
the confidence of the government so I|
can’t vouch for their present intentions. | :

My idea at least is not more fanciful
than our present gas position! |

The only reason why it’s taking so, ‘
long to expand gas service is because
the government has got itself all tied
up with difficulties over which they |
had every control. It’s so much easier |»
to get into a mess than: out again and|*
that’s why we may have to fall back |

on Hebrew Bibles. ry

.

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.30 per Btle.

BASS’S ALE _ .30 per btle.
GUINNESS'S STOUT—

.32 and .20

CANADIAN CHEESE
KRAFT CHEESE
GOUDA CHEESE

bought at 24 cents a lb. and sold for!‘
48 cents, so long will the cost of living *







continue to rise. No merchant would | hieanbanappiteisiaa xs EDAM CHEESE
want to make such profits. And now) TUBORG BEER “ CARR'S BISCUITS
that I am spending my money on hens! *

SPECIAL: CARROTS 36 cents per Ib.

which won’t lay, I am offered more
eggs than I can afford to eat. Sell more
food, but don’t buy or grow it is my
advice to Spivs.

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SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952



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yesterday, after a jury had failed to find him guilty of the “erent offences. Seky and Mr. HA. Vaughan,
charge of breaking and entering the house of Marjorie Cob- he, first was Elmer Lewis who Judges of the Assistant

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ham of Bank Hall and stealing a clock valued $27 on Decem- had pleaded guilty of receiving , Appeal, yesterday confirmed the




































































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evidence as to his being informed Ifill, petitioner, M. Ifill, respon- Vicar of Boscobelle and will be washed oa ties pe ee HARVEST FESTIVAL
of the alleged theft and said that dent and J. Inniss, co-respondent. inducted _on Saturday afternoon understood that fishing beats have
Wiltshire had pointed out Hard- Mr. W. W. Reece instructed by March 15, at 4 p.m. The induc- had to be drawn up from the | oe othodist
ing to him on December 13 and Mr. D. Lee Sargeant appeared for tion will be performed by The beach on the old railway to avoid Church will be celebrating its
said that he was the man who had the petitioner. Lord Bishop. damage. Harvest Festival on Sunday next
the 9th beginning at 3.30 o'clock
The Choir under the leadershiy
of. Mrs. D’Arey Scott will ren-
der a programme

(Friends are invited)

w oc : ry 7 . People of ‘Never - Never
ber 10 last year. = a watch valued $60 decision of Mr. G. B. Griffith, Land,’ im a North Malayan
Th y / ween February 1 and 2 this Acting Police Magistrate, who jungle valley, are helping
e case was heard before the Acting Puisne Judge year and was found guflty of imposed a tine of €10 to be paid British sKymen Ww hit back
Mr. . L. Laylor. n enter.ng na % ilments or in default two it Communist guerrillas
Mr. Justice G. L. Tay] breaking and t Edna | In > Ni
Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant Legal Draughtsman, re drug store and stealing ae foros’ With bees SS Sieeeian | Sse before the
: é : a quantity of artic.es valued labour on Evans Jones of Carring- tamiets Geep iD un ¥ “hinese ¢
prosecuted for the Crown. $101.46, He was sentenced to 12 ton Village, St. Michael, for ®2!Ves and swords are being [0 Chinese
The Prosecution’s case was that Harding had been seen months’ imprisonment with hard “Tealing a goal, the property of iampened for the * killing > :
i near the house from which he had been alleged to steal the Jabour and two years imprisonment Ersula Lewis. The offence was Wor hes eens round Uhe stony ‘ '
' clock previous to December 10. n that day at abo .30 with hard labour respectively. The COmmitted on January 5 waggering Chinese A worn despatch case with me.
i Pp ya u , : J \ sages and decuments was foun
p.m. he opened a door to the dining room in which the clock eae ON ee OO eT eet ee ae Sa dan nies Se hen ave, we
3 i - . - x ‘ ang saan sion ¢ ras orde on ee awe we A er t M " f
| was kept and was going off with it when he was surprised Before passing sentence, His Yesterday to pay the cost of ap- SF MAE Tun group ot Malayan police is
oo ae ful taken the clock. He subsequently U2rdship. said that he had ‘made peal which amounted to 8/4. Mr. tual ‘for mouths to salute the Siamese borde’ to bring yack 16
ing put up the successful taken the clock, He subsequently enquiries and had gathered that ’: © rancker appeared in the Communists with clenched fists, COlMborationists — Communisi
defence that this servant was not arrested him. he had got into bad company in C#S¢ on behalf of Jones. Keitha “We have expelled tne British aes dmen oh aren
sure that the person who stole the : é 1ecent years and had embarked on L€wis told the court that on ©” ever.” said Wie Comraunis's fled beyond the law. : mr
clock was he and that he was at Cross-Examined a career of crime. January 5 she missed her mother’s BOR ee eran ke ae ve In Loudon the War Office
a corein shop in the Aelgtpenr When cross-examined, he veiter- “I hope”, he said, “that when _ from ihe yard. The colour ef saedos und. police. They are famed the officer and six men o!
hood having drinks at the time he La hide ee ie t that YoU Serve the sentences which I the goat was white. waiting for hungry. bedraggled ‘the Gordon Highlanders wh
was supposed to have committed Lted his previous statement that jy ooce upon you, you will realise ,,5%¢ made inquiries around the errorists to creep back from the Were killed when ambushed o\
Wiltshire had told him that Hard- rou Ty district ; ; Malayan bandits on Sund
the offence, She ate wag elon neti ig einga at pe crime does no. pay and will “StTict about the goat and no one jungle in search of food They ware Lieutenant ic
The verdict of “Not Guilty” ing was the man and not that he ‘ome out a reformed character, could tell her what happened to RUNNERS TELL Rose ; 28079030 L/C Learmonth
’ looked like the man. ; it. Later she went to the defend- iV EV Beata 764 1244: » Fy ove
drew from His Lordship the com- : ; \ Breaking, Larceny ; e went to the defend 22443880 Pie Fairgrieve
ment that he did not think it was A statement which Harding The oth . .q ant’s butcher shop and saw the Movements of the terrorists 22470459 Pte Nutt: 22377839 Pte
in keepi ith the evid ~ gave in the Police Magistrate's e other sentence was imposed heaq of her mother’s goat in a are reported where possible by Wright; 22370539 Pte Wright
in eceping wi the evi lence. _ Court at the preliminary hearing on a previous convict, Charles ;,), snd ‘ahs uaen ba yeh : : village runners Latest to fail 22448916 Pte McKenzie
Gwendolyn Wiltshire who was wag reed to. the jury. In this be Walrond, He was sentenced to lg le a - re o end an Psiter, iri” mileiig
. id ae ies “ oy Or ty Gn the police that he looked like the !a.ceny. He was found guilty of: hor mother’s because that ) , 9
said s ‘eo ng the accused, oe nats earlier this week of breaking into p54 hog a beard rad the: healt jon uctor Ss LOOPS SPOS SAO PESOS,
D , - 1d a bes ar e hair .
nat FTO, last year at about "as tnis stage the case for the Sheila Legall’s residence on oy the beard was grey its *
.30 p.m. she was in the kitchen 5, ti Pan icinsae December 31, and stealing a wrist °"'g)\° /C8'a Was Brey. » SURE RELIEF FROM }
when Augusta Hunte another ‘osecution was closed. lated t la valued She then reported the matter |e we
servant left her in the kitchen and For his defence Harding called 3 Land wo ons re ae to the police. nques is PAIN AT LAST. °¢
sical Gia 6 hich allowed for ©trol Jordan as a witness. Jordan $63. 1 was sen ve — Gordon Seale, a witness for the e 1% a ®
- © door which allowed for said he knew absolutely nothing Years’ penal servitude. defence, said that he sold the i ix %
exit from the dining room to out- Gf the case, When questioned by Cron, nae tive Prev ins “on; defendant a white goat on Jan- jou ‘BOOTS’ FAMILY LINIMENT
: , Harding as to their being in a ¥ aking and yary 4 kab x
A few minutes later she heard iq i d three for petty lar- . 7 x
bus an evening together, he said /arcemy an 1S 20 The , , » cireum-| » %
the sound of a clock as when it po "Gig cokunenaine Note ‘vith him ¢ceny. His last sentence for house- No Jurisdiction * aa Sacvouhatne a aah ole ee Ge BAe” sy! ALSO OB I I
was about to alarm and looking an evening but he could not re- breaking and larceny was in In addressing the court, Mr. Fitzgerald Jackson of Brath-|%s x :
into _ the dining ahi she Saw member the date. November, 1944, when he waS Brancker submitted that the waite. Land, St. Michael, was | 3 For Athletes, in cases of £8
Harding leaving the dining raom “Another witness Percival Git- Sentenced to five years. Out from Police Magistrate had no juris+ yestérday adjourned until March] ¥ paustion, suftness, an ae ae N
with the clock in his hand. He j.,¢ 4 shopkeeper of the district, Ptison in 1949, Walrond received diction to try the case and the 12 by Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting | *®j,occ » SUBNESS, and Cote I
dropped the clock when he had aid’ the » night Harding told ® Six-month sentence in January, point of identification w t Police Coroner of District “A.” ;& ness following any excessive \
been surprised and ran sai that one nig arding. tole 1 on , . Se , . | exercise or straining of the @
ae him he had been arrested. for 1951. z c proved The question of the Jackson a taken to the | @ sce. iat = ! . \ Ww, my
; house breaking and larceny the His Lordship told him that he had value of the goat was much in the Gencral Hospital on March q muscles it has no equal as aX, { REEN & I RA SPARE N
7 Lights on . night before and he remembered @ very bad record. “Apparently ai Lewis said that she refused after he fell from the bu ‘ )2avo-Cown, t x , 1 “
She said at that time the lights 113: he was there that evening, You cannot keep out of prison,” $45.00 for the goat, but she has which he was conductor whit | Y For Rheumatism, Sciatica, x iat salted et Seaadias arial
were turned on. : To the Court he said that it he said. “I have made enquiries been advised that this animal it was proceeding along Blac! yg Stit Neck, Stir Joints, \
She added that on December 5 \oiq take one about four min- “bout you and understand you are was worth much more than $45.00, Pock Road the same day. He| XSPraims, Bruises, Unbroken 9
she had been at Cobham’s home utes to go from-Cobham’s to his ®n excellent worker, but just The point arises whether the Was admitted suffering from injur-| $Chilblains, ete. apply the % ’
when she heard a knock. It was shop . ~ cannot, keep your hands from prosecution has established that ies to his head, He died on March 5 |X Liniment freely, and rue x I { ARRIS ON S Broad St.
Harding and he told her that Mrs. Reuben Greaves of Bank Hall People’s property. the court has jurisdiction. If the and a post mortem examination, % lightly. %
Cobham had sent for the bicycle. also said he had seen Harding at “In this case you broke and prosecution is unable to establish was performed the same day atl For Neuritis, apply the Lini-
She told him that she had been jn. shop one evening from about entered the house of a young that the court has jurisdiction, «bout 12.30 p.m. | ment to the affected part, % |
given no’such instructions and she 7 p.m an closing time woman who apparently was in then the value of the goat would Mr. J. E. T, Brancker is ap-!s$ and cover with a piece of %
would have to call a_ witness. Harding also called Leonard Straitened circumstances and stole not be known pearing in the inquest on behalf] lint until tingling occurs.%
ene, Bere aoe ee ‘hat traynes, an agricultural labourer, her most valuable possessions. The statement of lewis weg ok AB interested party. Only} % Remove the lint, apply a lit-¥ T IRON
if suc ormalities had to com- a ‘ = , no* confirmec Dy Cpl {earwood wo Witnesses were 1eard yes % tle cold cream where thes
; ; to give evidence on his behalf. ' : ; : band A - : 2 1¢ ; y . ‘.
plied with, he would not trouble pyr oo _ ; 3 ‘cs 9 ‘. and it would be dangerous to terday and these were Dr. A. S.J Liniment has been applied,%
himself to get the bicycle. ae — ay vente mead Nelson Due accept the evidence of this wit- Coto and Miriam Jackson > and cover with clean flanncl.&
On the day following the eve- S20P at abou pitty G0) eoeene ness. Seale confirmed: the de- Miriam Jackson (38) of Hinds-|% For gronchitis, Lumbago,®
ning when Harding had run after ber 10 and saw Harding there. Monday fendant who said that he bought bury Road, St. Michael, told the] %& w. I ay i a lied alld PORCELAI ,
being surprised with the clock, , *0ther witness Doreen Hard- _ that white goat. court that the deceased was her] 3 © a nate os rihaon einbcte
she saw him along Bank Hall and ing who was summoned for the THE R.M.S, Lady Nelson is “Therefore I submit that identi- husband and both of them used) — aly di i fade “TY : i nio®
on seeing her he changed his route 4@fence did a appear at Court. expected to arrive here on Mon- fication has not been proved and to live together. She last sawdy ter 3s a bb Peukd te act
and went in a different direction In his su ing up to the Jury day morning from Canada via the Police Magistrate had no him alive at about 10. a.m. on % me ot will be found to aot »
She again saw him on December HiS Lordship told them the case the British Northern Islands with jurisdiction to determine this Saturday, March 1, when he left ]% ee oe tee 13 and pointed him out to Cpl. depended toa great extent on passengers and cargo, _ matter.” Mr, Brancker said, home. gagertes , he =e a — *
Yearwood, whether they believed Wiltshire. She will be leaving port during In confirming the decision Their Later the same day at about b a better ¢ nance o ree action %
Under cross-examination she ,.1¢ Pointed out that as the dis- ihe night for British Guiana via Honours said that they were 11.30 p.m. she received a mes- % than with such a plaster, e
denied telling Cpl. Yearwood that tance from Gittens’ shop to Cob- St. Vincent, Grenada and Trini- satisfied that the Police Magistrate S'¢ and as a result she went to] N.B.—In cases where the g
' re : *, ham’s residence was only-about %~ 3 is const to Messrs. had jurisdiction and identification ‘the General Hospital but did not}X¥ skin is particularly sensitive & . . iar T
Harding looked like the man but four minutes journey and Harding (84.52 1s on ‘was proved, The evidence ot -#ee, her tmusband Bor tender, a milder action 5’ 6” Overall—complete with Hot and Cold Pillar Taps
said she had told Cpl. Yearwood wy 8 & Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd. was proved, The evidence 0 Duy aman 5. ue \audut’ TES0LS as ecoitatned ne ailing S :
/ that He’ eas the nian could have had ample opportunity ——___—_——_ Gordon Seale did not add assis-~ ; 1% may be obtained by diluting % | and all requisite fittings
Marjorie Cobham wh ext *°, leave and return. “CARIBBEE”’ TO BE tance to the defence at all, and P-™. she went to the Hospitall™ the Liniment with about half % ape. aye :
age ieee Harding was found “not guilty.’ hey. saw no reason wi hey ®nd identified her husband's] % its volume of Olive Oil, or |
gave evidence told the Court of ” DRY DOCKED See PO ae ly they body to Dr. A. S. Cato whol® ¢ fore % C ; } AND MORE
h bei valled by hi servi , should disturb the decision of the ¥ 3 7 . , ¥ similar vegetable oil, before % THESE BATHS ARE BEC OMING MORE AND eS
er being calle y her servant — The 100-ton motor vessel ¢ he performed o post mertem exam-[¥ . sing *
Gwendolyn Wiltshire and told of C: aebee js expected to.be dry Police Magistrate. ination % applying | ar a BLAIN—IF YOU ANTICIPATE
the incident and added that she DECREE ABSOLUTE = Caribace ie the week-end for Dr. A. S. Cato told the court]$ pirecTions FoR use $'ll DIFFICULT TO OBTAIN— oe
- =~ — ips it had been In the Court for Divorce and general repairs and cleaning. HIGH SEAS AT that the poe of om res % BOOTS Family Liniment is ¥ REQUIRING ONE IN 'THE NEAR FUTURE “NOW
ropped on the steps. r i 5 yorce a o ntil around was identified to him by iriam 1% excellent for pains of every \ v) ” "
She had previously seen Hard- Matrimonial Causes yesterday, the She will be on dock u BATHSHEBA Jackson. He performed the post } description Ap bly the Lin.- x ”
7 D Sechied “eacaation Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship March 20, : miortem examination’ at 19.4018 so + Mean | One Si % 1S THE TIME TO BUY.
ing about the vicinity begging. Mr. Justice G. L, Taylon pro; , After coming off dock she will FOR the past few days the 0 March. Gi. There! wan aL Ree ee non ie: Batecied:& ;
Augusta Hunte, another servant, roo Paar fan yion p be resuming her run to Dominica, tide tine sebellen toa Meee, veal Pam. on arc nS ie re was O19 part with or without very %
told the Court that she had left Nownced decree absolute in the ener serrat, Nevis and e has s oa YB “at wound a the hac of the scajvo]% centile rubbing. Do not band-
; ; Antigua, Montserrat, s »xte’ ‘ sheba ¢ > wave ith “2 y & g .
: imi suit of H. G, Austin, petitioner and tigua, extent at Bathsheba and the waves with » haematomia. There is .
Bie door to the GiRing sets faut L. E. Austin respondent i St. Kitts, Her local agents are the }4.6 been extraordinarily huge, no evidence of fracture of the % age or cover closely after rn} 43 EACH
and had carried the children for *& ©. “uUSUNn respondent. Schooner Pool. Th han ed od ie ine ae 4 rt i ve. me % application. Should rubbing e
a walk, When she returned Wilt- Mr. W, W. Reece, who was - . Santee othe tha fotins mer . of aie: t 4a i Taser oe "851% be too painful, apply the
shire met her with some excite- holding papers for Mr. G. H. . inted COV er sey eS Ce eee See eek Oe La nt. and loosely cover ¢
; : ict since they have been sultina fr olen »w to} ® Liniment, an ’
ment and she noticed that the Adams, instructed by Messrs. Rev. George Ne tse sistas i they ‘eve ‘been sulting | from | viol a bic 218 with » place of tint. ‘Wher :
door which she had shut was Carrington and Sealy appeared Vicar Of Bosco e Wednesday. saanast osha adjourned until ]% the part begins to tingle. ro-
open and the clock was on the for the petitioner, , The Rev. R_O. George, curate "O)'“pnursday night the flow March 12 % move the lint, anply a little ¥ ’ Hardware Dept.
step. Decree absolute was also attached to St. Peter's Parish | 2 cecatest and the waves novos Ncold cream to the surfa 4
Cpl. Emerson ‘Yearwood gave pronounced in the suit, G. C. Church, has been appointed Decame greatest é ey Tel, 2364

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATPRDAY, MARCH 8, 1952







ve

Fish Seller Not Guilty
Of Stealing Clothes

EOPOLD SMALL,
oi Nelson Street

Grand Se

PERSONAL Agricultural
CONTACT _ Possibilities

Of Fr. Guiana

Barbados Gets
First Dog Club —

‘ te |
A group of dog lovers met at St Winifred’s School a}
week ago to discuss proposals set by a Committee which

ALL OVER THE WORLD

@ From Page 1

programme is the Fisheries Con- 5 .

ference which will take place at : FRENCH GUIANA.
Kent House, Port-of-Spain from _ A Conference on_ the agricul-
the 24th to the 28th instant, Mr. tural possibilities of French Guiana

a fish seller and general worker
yesterday acquitted at the Court of
ions after a jury returned a verdict of not guilty

was





oe had been appointed to draw up rules with a view to forming
rT : y Wi ies vas held recently at the Sore, [#0 F ‘ : :
of the charges of stealing a number of dresses and a pair of es Pima go ee - Paris ‘Two speciplists ‘on, & Kennel Club. The Club, the first in the island, is now
shoes valued $31 from an ex-reputed wife, Marva Jemmott Conference which Mr. de Vriendt French Guiana, Messieurs Henin formed,

on December 16 last year, or receiving them from someone,
knowing them to have been stolen. The case was heard
be Acting Puisne Judge His Lordship Mr. Justice







thinks will be of much
to some of the territories.

interest and Choubert, were present, and Mr
described the types of vegetation

and soil found in the territory.

DW. Wiles was appointed
President, Other officers elected

} were: Mrs. G. C. Manning, Vice-
1e

Vews In Brief:

a At preseht the Central Secre- The experts explained that President, Dr. H. Sumner-Moore, ——--—-—---—-

G. L. Taylor. Miss M. E. Bourne Assistant Lega! Draughts- tariat is also hard at work on the ninety tjousand square kilo- Chairman; and Mr, Bruce H

7 srosecuted for the Crowe: preparation of documents for the metres, equivalent in the area to Stoute, Secretary-Treasurer. The CANES AT
The case against him was that he broke into the house forthcoming West Indian Con- about fifteen metropolitan depart- Committee of anagement in- 4

ference to be held at Jamaica to- ments of France, are covered in
wards the end of November and dense forests, with trees as much
early December. A considera- as forty metres in height. There
ble amount of this work had are some.eighty thousand hectares
already been completed, Mr. de of other land. These are of three
g ent into a house Vriendt said. main types—fifty thousand hec-
tt were To Miss Bourne he said that tares are of very fertile low lands,
rh ymetimes he went to the theatre such as produce rice and sugar in
taken being three or four times a week. He the territories of British Guiana f
re , had on previous occasions seen and Surinam. The Management Committee is
» had been Small at the theatre. If Small The remainder is divided be- at present engaged in investigat-
the time had at any timé said he went to tween high lands, of lava rock and ing the best type of form which
have bec he Plaza that night he did not voleanic soils, probably suitable would be applicable to Barbados
know the names of the different for citrus and cane; and the «nd hopes to make a further an-
heatres, coastal plains made up of rather mouncement in the very near
bee Claretta Trotman deteriorated lands, which are future - ‘
pute vife, but since the night of the alleged theft ~~~ pt ygrtiins Boe Th flooded during the rainy seasons, The a oi
last December they parted after Small, Lowe another woman ang “oun” oO eee but may be usable for cattle rais- exist mainky Tos . _s a hue
oO He left none of his clothes herself went to the Globe Thea- advantage of personal contact 4ng and growing legumes. improvement of an bv 7 ae
at her, she On December 16 tre. ae Fo ‘ eae hear ae tek This. Sows . Sanee. fn Se facud clemincation of “bree,
during the evening she closed Gross-examined she denied ; 4 5° 4 ee me French magazine Eneyclopedie /sciuce nae r oe
her home and went to Church. having told the Magistrate that ee ofltcnie See ae SS Mensuelle @’Outre Mer. he registration of pedigreds,

She returned at 8.30 p.m. Whea the four of them had been to the petter opportunities for getting oe eS aioe ot Kensel
he went the house she noticed Roxy Theatre and afterwards .jye>5 to anttire which might not “Ath slbr k” Calls Club es the awarding of
Oe at tacente ree Oe ae tint antaee be mentioned in correspondence. € ao Challenge and Champion certifi-
ing ,Otprin 1e Globe. °* p Si a cE x t is i ne 5 is i ia-
house.:She witne who said they had been eae Oe on Here For Molasses —- he ae ea that e dresses and to the Olympic was too intoxi- more personal _ contacts publication or keeping of an
missing cated to know which theatre there have been in the past. The molasses tanker Athel- Sonual stud book.
Matter Reported they had gone to. brook ‘arrived at Barbados yester- “rhe membership is opened to
She was given certain infor- Ermie Greenidge who had day morning to take @ load of .1 persons who are interested in
mation by a neighbour and wen; been summoned as a_ defence vacuum pan molasses for Trini- (jogs and the general promotion
and reported the matter to the witness did not appear at the dad ind objects of the club and who
Police. One Samuel Kellman Court The Athelbrook caaght full sre willing to abide by the rules
howed her a shoe box about the Small tide shortly after she arrived
and was taken to a berth in the
inner basin of the Careenage
from where the molasses will be
pumped into her tanks, She is

of the Club.
vicinity Registration of dogs is
When cre examined, in an
consigned to Messrs H. Jason
Jones & Co., Ltd.

cludes Officers and Dr. M. Prov-
erbs, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson and
Dr. Kenneth Nictblls,

After appointing Officers, mem-
bers asked the Committee of
Management to draw up pedigree
forms and registration cards, etc.,
for the general running of the
Club.

Jemmott was at church a Sunday night and carried
les. A witness, Sam Howell, saw him going
m the direction of the house with a shoe box in his hands

HAYNES HILL
* BURNT

Four and a half acres of first
crop ripe Canes were burnt when
a fire occurred at Haynes Hill, St.
John at about 6.30 a.m. on Thurs-
day. They are the property of
J. J. Blow and were insured.

At Lears, St. Michael, a fire at
about 7.30 p.m. on Thursday burnt
half an acre of third crop ripe
canes, the property of Apple-
whaites Ltd. They were insured.

The fire was put cut by policemen
and labourers.



Asked how he proposed going
about his new duties, Mr. de
Vriendt said, “We shall endeavour
to establish as much as possible
personal contact between senior
members of the Secretariat and
officials from local territories
because, I believe, far more can
be achieved by short personal
conversations than by any large

I ana he Wir
i to prove that he
he theatre during
he alleged t

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+ of

Good: mornings begin with Gillette

The up-to-date Chief cried “ Now mind what I say,



Howell

he had



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Another fire at Orange Hill, st Use a Blue Gillette ae meer i merce
Peter, at about 7.50 p.m. on Wed-
nesday burnt 103 holes of young
ratoons, the property of R. & G.
Challenor. This damage is also
covered by insurance.



In a precision-made razor designed by Gillette.”

nd in the

than

mn of sh ve
a ol ) ere

Wise men turn gratefully to
Blue Gillette Blades, sharpest
ever honed. Special toughening
makes Blue Gillette Blades last
longer and save money. To

During last month ‘the Govern-
ment Experimental Fishing Boat
Investigator brought in very large
catehes of fish. ater)

On one day, February 14, the
Investigator brought 400 pounds
classi-&ot king fish to the Public Market. |

|

Referring to the Commission's
policy for the immediate future,
Mr. de Vriendt said that the Com-
mission at its last meeting had
decided to lay particular empha-
sis upon directing its activities
in Paris to start thirty-three new
in certain defined fields, principal
among them being Agriculture,
Industrial Development and
Housing, and these matters were
engaging the attention of the
Secretariat.

was acquitted







fed under two heads—A and B4&For the month 694 pounds of king
swer to Small she denied know - They are as follows: — “fish and 35 pounds of shark from;

the Investigator a A .|
‘LASS A: All members and
owners of dogs which have beeng

horn in the United Kingdom, the.’ Apart from these amounts the
U.S.A, or Canada, who can pro-*%boat also came in with late catch-
duce Pedigree and Kennel Clubes on a few occasions

Registration Certificates of the’ ae

country of origin or locally bred_, The Bathsheba type boat which
puppies born of parents who are was constructed at the grounds ot}

get the best out of a Blue
Gillette Blade use it in a Gillette

nything concerning his see
Iman and her togeth-
her what he thoug)

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCASTER

VEAL {






razor because razor and blade
19 Scantlebury

to the matter
ported to the. Police
his inspecting the

which the latch was
the window.

fave eV
being re
Station an
house from
broken of!

5 Blades 30¢

jence a
dence as

are made for each other.

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holders of the above mentioned:'the Fishery Office. was la Blue Gillette Blades
. . ; s unched
Sa ll -Mellms ‘i the Royal Dutch Shell group ; ARUBA. pers, are eligible in the A Class. ,o0n Sunday. in ‘ Me ta
L at enim Selien Si. the a since 1926 when he entered upon Aruba’s first regular daily veCLASS B: All members and, such aa Ryd eke built in
at about 8pm. he saw Small general secretarial work with the "ewspaper became a reality re- owners of animals who can pro-Peasily hauled 1 nable it to be} sch laaiiiba hii
~! jernait'e home, He bits Caribbean Petroleum Company in cently with the change-over ofe@uce information giving adequate v tp on the beach, TRADE ENQUIRIES TO: T. GEDDES GRANT LIMITED
elf was Wassing there gone to Maracaibo, Nine years later, in the Arubaanse Courant from proof of the breeding of the saidIY 4 fish about
ia home: Meee WHEE ne Teemane 1935, he was transferred to the three times weely to a daily sched- animal for which registration iStewei bing? an 12 feet long and |
home he héiird a bork na teed pice, Bathatsche Petroleum “rd — February the first. . ‘requested and declare their will- nas, wan neler ae oe
Sh thease Sac Met : = ij., e Hague, as general As- farted over ten years ago as a ingness to abide by the decision S, was washed up on the ‘ Soe ie ee etal Jul
a an ’ eer eee sistant to the area manager for ™imeographed weekly, the paper of the Selection Committee, may ae at Bath, St, John, at about | ROD ee eee Tt tcer atatn Son ee Fe ORE
aoe a. ORES ee peel! «eal South America. was later bought by the DeWit have the said animal registered ing -00 a.m. yesterday morning. It | aya bos bo . i ee eo ke Re
. pe), eee Ws 4 brothers, publishers of the Beurs the B Class if passed by the Se- 4's believed to be a porpoise. ie a nCan Rt Notts mst heen tN AE
- gael sie ieee In 1938 he became Assistant en Nieuwwsberichten of Curacao, . lection Committee.
cate y id Be, bad. repaid ma Manager for Shell in Ecuador, in who are the present owners. . .“% A member of the Committee of
et ee eae hich he had charge of an exploration venture. Until recently the paper has beeng Management told the Advocate
borroye frome bits, “ In this position, he was also con- printed in Curacao. . .Now it isfythat anyone who is interested in
in s ge Hall cerned with industrial relations, produced at the Aruba Printing” becoming a member could make "
she and aie eee % general anager lvoe conces- Shop. . .Mr. A. Cloo is the edi-fenquiries from Mr. Bruce H. =
ee We ee } sion matters and contracts with tor. . . This news comes from the #Stoute, Secretary-Treasurer, at +
] m. mber . 16 1 «M,1L.5 calling Mayor government officials. Aruba Press, the Barbados Foundry Ltd. NEWS!
Small knocl : Wither tecet an i,1.8 When, in 1941, a joint venture i an °
. + howed her 7 pair of ; , Wilb with Standard Oil Company of
sked her whether sh valling Mayor Wilber New Jersey developed for ex-
Le forse cron ae cuba te event! ~=—- HHOUSEWIVE
be —_ ethond Z full ae of |
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Latin-America 1885, he was tanalerred: to SRA We Have Just Received A New Shipment
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Woeat To Theatre From, Paget the Netherlands until he was eee Ss ‘
: TSE Vanean atl he koutia if Slttient idvme. we appointed | Bectemty General of PRIN Gli vias csesvisdaged ian sdesis mudtekcekt laccinaceolondine @ Tic. per yard
! agictrate’s Court Sme! have sought to build positions of effect eo he one with
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Jen for the items she had military — throughout the free - L He
for him wi ' lived togethers world. With strength, free nations over py ; EATHE 0—$1.87—$
ind had beet inbatiof them iwould best be able to deter fur- ee ea gore would 7 R WALLETS ........... @ $2.2 1,.87—$1.64 & $1.50
lid not retu to her home ther Cominunist aggression, or to i 9 . yf
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BERMUDA
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Service ana other aviatior I e of! roduction to produce 30mm, gums flor the
experts are anxious 1 r as Lec light s newest type of jet plane, and we
magazine's report, w! ‘ n had read earlier that the arma-
photographs and sectiona me . pe ment of the new plane wouki be t Ooo MU H
jrawings tabbed and 1 the same as the heavier than formerly, when
ndeted ve eae 10¢ Ww L ¢ t ; powered 20mm guns were ;
{ferent points r the ’ . I was therefore easy °
eh ee ie eee Ns leduce what sort of guna tne —Butterfield
the plane and its Rolls AF eae ae BERMUDA
Royce Avon engine ta i ‘ » March 6.
As the. Swift ts not likely Do Inquiry goes on Warning that Bermuda was
be mM squadron service befor tr i ( » Captain Hugh Dundas Spending too much to maintain its
ate en carte us a ’ n British Security men are high standard of living was given
nfo c i eravis ur

and !
might be
foreign Powers

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satisfied with
explanation The
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by Hon. H. D. Butterfield, one of
the colony's leading bankers who
recently attended the Common-
wealth Finance Conference.

{t might nelp iore ua rtiona) fnctors 88 oan ~ Sa pee
tesignets in determinir Pp urance armament radio mi ‘ge contribution to the Central
“ange, armament, and loin the staff of Tnrerns : ae STS One } terling Pool and its apparently
lating desirable in the afoin the staff of Interavia argument that they derive healthy financial position, loans
rew fighters. oe ne veats ee —. on the colony’s two banks at
The Swift, one of the two new = GENEVA cable ; Mr. Blackt a re. present amounted to five million
speed-of-sound | fighters dered said ton ght that une srewi he Superh arine §35 is pounds, compared to under one
‘ tO eats ra P. i, Ru \ the Swift were sent {never was an operationa! million pounds six years ago.
i y Seve, we vue Interavia’s correspondent : : .
ra $ countr ne Holand, Mr. R. Das I lisclosures whether “Our — of life is too high”,
sent ace sy Sard Mr. Blackburn We : irreot or just dangerously close he — We are spending too
he Swift is thar it ex think hat they were ts mark have come as a iw and we are going to regret
yrototyPe form Only ca per ke y wut hen c 10 umen hos 9 the Br ish authorities . :
‘ , vetted photographs. disclosing me Sey f oKed Quite reasonadie An he , source will be Unique
SUPERMARINE SWIFT—the offic ia! picture gives away no secrets he minimum of detail, have ses of what the Swift wouk ughly sought out Butterfield aia the colony is
t been released = London Express Service i M - hile
f e But Interaviu gives i ’ unique because it produced hard
details of construction. engine The twins sav. at ee at currency for the Central Pool
VC ) y° mounting dimensions, — radi ai at a rate seven times greater per
[ C l equipment and fuel capacity 4MSTERDAM cable® Rudolf 6 000 Hi le. capita than any other section of
Tt ee. ees eee viene ; eno Bober Das _ year-old Dy ome Ss the Commonwealth and it en-
armament whic Says. repre twins o aariem, told tonight re S110 , i ivi
sents an “almost revolut onal 7.” how they made the drawings In Saigon ete ee a ee
® e . . : res Y standard.
jet-fighter, the Supermarine Swift. Cannone which, for the past li xno ied, “ete, simple We SAIGON, Indochitia, Mare 7, Thicudgh ite “American - tourist
; e an v t Heatior l : n its American s
ad e he UWS The plane, about which nothing may be years. bave been standard in a sorts of techarionl and aviation s Police reported 6,000 homeless in trade eee was ended ten
} } i k " nay 4 of rs magazines that the Swift would Saigon’s China Town today after illi sarly
written in this country, has been described in Over the MiG dister very slightly from the a fire sald to have ctxted wan. (on ae ee Tee
: 5 * : 7 : ler types like the Supermarine . :
By Group Captain HUGH OUNDAS detail by the Swiss flying magazine Interavia 4 55 speed siugntiy exceading M0 and 33) a ritual lamp used for ancestor But he thought if it was not
—which circulates b d th ’ s sna nian he feo talink an none “We cted all tacts ana Worship overturned, setting fire to for capital brought to the colony
ae : ® che ates beyon e lron Curtain. he MiG15's 640 miles an hour : { 0
IR Ministry Security Officers are : , sing 7 is’ estimated by Interavia's details connected with the new © bamboo houses. by people from the United King-
. . . Interavia, published in Geneva in German, — correspondent type which we could find in Che fire which broke out during dom who had taken up residence
e to conduct an urgent investigation Spanish. Fr h. and Engli a - Only one Switt nas so far aviation magazines the night spread rapidly among here, Bermuda could have reached
‘ A ; Spanish, French, and English, has agenfS and town. That one was damaged “Lots of details were pub- highly — infl able home- int where it longer had
into the publication abroad of informa- listri . se C * . s in a forced landing last Septem- lished before secrecy was intro- ua ughly inflammable home ©, POSES: WESTONS AO: FOOEEE -ORE 9
: cariol distributing offices in 19 countries, including RA dag ss noc vet back in tne yebed before secrecy was intro. eads —UP, balance,—(CP)
tion about Britain’s new top-secret = Communis! Hungary alr. that a new factory was starting
——— —_ — ——————— -
eg In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station
U T * e iCable and Wireless (W.1.) Lid. advise Harvey W. Wiley, Alcoa Roamer, Lind
* that they can now comunicate with the Syana, Liberte Alcoa Planter, Del Valle
following ships threugh their Barbados Bangavaa k » Denhaag, Rodas, Lady
». Tourists Spent Experts f ight Eeriag cae oie thn Herbs Raney ae, Sey eee fag
ger, Finyaku Maru spe Cumberland
e $8 8. Cavina, Elm Hill, Garonne, Ari S. Rosa Fe a3 wi tae t Suna i . rs
karee, Andrea Gritti, Sundale, Philos« bank Lady Nelsor Interpreter Alcoa
108 000 000 In 1 5 1 oO Ki lle Ss pher, Wave Laird, Defender, Fort Grou- Pe t, E I erto Hil Ribera
9 9 ' I 7 ard, Securus, Boskoop, Stentor, Hermes, Oran) i, Merrimac and M.V. Athei
Casablanca, Arkansan, Esso Seranton, Dutch

'/ TRAVELLERS from the

United States are turning

more and more to the Caribbean, Central and South Ameri-

ea for their vacation travel.

This is shown in information

received from the Travel Division of the Department of

Commerce in

Washington.

According to the agency,

United States travellers spent $108,000,000 in this hemis-

‘ ‘ oil-rich Kuwit and vast expanses Now a vigorous campaign

phere during the first half of 1951. to the southwest. against the scavengers of crops

nme , aa ; pidenok They come to lay their eggs and and fertile land is underway in

Ce eee cog. ahi Compaatn whey contalsared eat into the heart of Iraq and they the remote provinces of Basrah
fer the simu 4 Stair nies ~ are met by science — twentieth an untafiq.

the year before, when the figure oe Seen eaneiae cee century poisons and spotters in Crews have been alerted else-

Was $96,000,000... . Significantly, struments, two models of company i¢ePs. _ Their eddying flight is where for the plague is expected

expenditure by tourists to Europe
showed a corresponding decrease
for the same periods, dropping
from $88,000,000 in the first half
of 1950 to $74,000,000 in the first
six months of 1951....The Travel
Division feels that this growing

ini of United States holiday Lyttelton Answers THURSDAY—By B.W.LA For JAMAICA:— _ s ie ih in BCU
tra S in their own hemisphere " : ARRIVALS Marcella Penzel, udedsrs so Wriahity at er PEPSODENT mirror test
Pos omar to increased trans- Question Om €.D.C. "3s" Sime toner, 3, Dey, x. “ores vinckier ON wh k- y
ee guitics «2s well as to the ees Honton, E- Knight, R. Hill, W Mitzel, Nena Casson, Angela Gonsalves, Peter > w »e
sing campaigns which sev- M Harris, Devrient, S Welch, G. Bryan, ; A ane
ral Caribbean and Latin Ameri- Expenses Grant Inniss, G Gregory, M. Gregory, J. Yor FURETO RIGO st Saaskell yas
tries } conducted i Gregory, C Gregory, E_ Gregory, K Samue arkell, arcia L. ar’ 5

can countries have conducte n Gregory, E Thompson, E. Sevenoaks, Harry Saftell, Helen Saftell, Frank

‘United States....News of one LONDON. 4. Me Ganity. : Damrell, Evelyn Damrell, John Herron








vertising effort has recent-
received ..., This was to
t that during the month of
January one of the better known
New York Fifth Avenue stores de-

vessels, and advertising material.
. . , . The Bull Lines are also
sponsoring a similar exhibition in
Chicago.



In the House of Commons on
19th February Mr. J. Morrison
(Conservative, Salisbury) asked
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies on what grounds it was

IRAQ, March 7.
The Government stepped up the
war en locusts, a scourge since the
time of Nebuchadnezzar. Wave
after wave, they sweep in from

chorted by experts using Walkie
Talkie.

The deadly lecusts began ap-
pearing in South Iraq towards the
end of February and they have
since been coming in ever-increas-
ing numbers,








to spread through Am Kut, Ber-
bara and Hillah. —U.P.



SEAWELL

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ST. VINCENT:—
Ree Peter Bryan, G. M. Richards,
F M Richards.
From DOMINICA:—
WN. L. Berlyn, Arthur Farger
las Alleyne, Joffre Shillingford

Dous-

Peat Poneman page! 8 RR

Mary Herron.

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‘ture of the winde i Be soo fea- ment Co ration should | be poner OF Glenn, § Glenn, J| Marea Henrietta, Sch. Emanuel C, Gor- tains a special ingredient called
@ collection of articles manttfae- oa en individually to the bs excira, M Texeira, C. Stephenson, P. Sith ha on Rainbow My Sch TAM,
‘ u “1es = n mem- ad 7 : Pilgrim, Sch, Rainbo + § A ;
Wed in the Caribbean....These bers. Cavers, eres for TRINIDAD:— Van Siuytman, Sch. Cloudia 8., Sch Irium, it gets rid of dull film on
ded the well-inown broad Triton Seoretary ofMeteMec Getta wn, RG BAMA pein Mah Pavan : .
oi ae i” paste a inte’ f sine C i Recreate 2 Paul Prensa ct werner, JOR Fleck, Sch. Harriett Whittaker, Sch, Gita M ; your teeth a makes them NEXT— Clean your teeth
irto ico and the ominican ate for e Olonies rep. : e : e Irving, Sch Enterprise 8 Vv. Lady Joy with Pepsodent. Do this
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mats and screens made from ment expenses was felt to beMpirkmyre, Beryl Bladon, Orest Forest. M. ‘oneka, ‘aribbee a week
fonut palm leaves, mahogany more appropriate for the Board. (Anxelica Spierman, Allan Outram, John ABBIVALS hk th be bri
ilits y dividual be h Pactiey, William ‘Bond, Esther Bond, S.S. Lady Rodney, 4,908 tons net, week your teeth become righter,
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t ae and gourds and stale travelling and 7 ookelatani ge ex- ere cris for DOMINICA:— W. Cook, from British Guiana. Sovevery day John bathes his eyes *" Well! says Motheg gome days later, | whiter than ever before.
s, , 1 pa id Warner ‘Abraham David, DEPARTURES with Optrex, washing away all dirt I'm glad we learned about Optrex
items . . The colour film penses incurred on_ their own Rona) . Sch. D’Ortac, 58 tons net, Capt. D and germs, soothing liny eye veins, you're areal ‘bright-eyes’ now John!”

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1952
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C I A S S I F IE D A D S PUMLIC SALES |PUHLIC NOTICES | GOVERNMENT NOTICES | GOVERNMENT NOTICES
= _ islecaesimlinidiee lee. alk |
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATE NOTICE :
se Sy,80, Ret, hold ourselves reap. nsible | wee. danciomeladl VACANT POST TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF FRESH MILK TO THE
or Bicycle frames and parts left in i s
site tach: Cesteus ke Aiieaih FOR SALE TUBING GOT, A Gudreie Ud. | Werk Mop. ee ol ealing baa cepatis | go caieees IAN, COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT MENTAL HOSPITAL
amnouncements in Carib Calling the | ing spot situated at Brittons Hill next] are done while you wait. Cash and carry | pplications are invited for appointment to the post of Physician, ~ +}
charge is $3.00 for any number of words | ——__——— Mr. Maurice Cave, overlooking the | system |Colonial Hospital, St. Vincent, B.W.I. on the following terms and TENDERS are invited for the supply of FRESH MILK to the
ap to 50 and 6 cents per Word for each Golf Course and Navy Gardens, BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE Prey J a March, 1953.
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2908 AUTOMOTIVE ing of approximately 17,000 sq. ft. G. H. MARSHALL, | conditions :— , ey Mental Hospital for the period ist April, 1952, to 3ist March, 19»
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death at further Particulars apply: John 121, Roebuck Street Service. | Duties: Administrative control of the Extension Hospital of 2. Tenders should be framed in terms of 100 pints. The present
ont hy after $ D.m ’. Corbin, c/o Geddes Grant, Ltd 8.3.52—6n. | i iculars
ntl a SAR ieek Puta Gaia Mamane | enee see sees Ss 52-130 , | about 30 beds for tuberculosis and/or isolation cases and the| %aily requirements are about 100 to 200 pints. Further particular
DIED Ghder 3,000 miles, 2 showin 8d. Apply: | nc tneemae tenes NOTICE Fort Institutions, Medical Care of sick in the Colonial Hos-|â„¢ay be obtained from the Mental Hospital.
Sep feiph Beard, Lower Bay Street. Phone} SARSARERS MOUSE Phat’ desirable PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH pital and responsibility for training Nurses and Dispensers 3. Tenders marked “Tenders for the supply of Fresh Milk to the
STROUD: On March 7, at the General|5010 after hours 8697, +.3:0— See eee on eee ee oe Michael.) ‘Those persons owning dogs in this “ ; ; : 7 Mental Hospital” addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any
So ROEM ricGla, Hee DORE | nent, SANSIT OF B'Razen 125 perghes Of lend. | perish and Have notdigerised sume during | in conjunction with the Resident Surgeon, and to assist the tal Secretary's Office
leaves her late residence Speights-|_CAR—1947 Ford Super de Luxe W-8,)7Tn& house contains @ Bedrooms swith | the month of February are kindly asked Resident Surgeon at operations offieer by name) will be received at the Colonial Secretar c
town this afternoon at 4.30 p.m. for | Excellent condition. Always owner driven, a ~ Seances! eer hed, drewing, dining |¢9 do so without delay | aks ' i . * up to 4 p.m, on Wednesday 12th of March, 1952.
the St. Peter's Cemetery Ring 4433 or 9635. C. B. Jackrean, tt ee ig Kithen etc. A. T. KING | The Physician may be required to assume the administrative Pp 7 at he lowest or
Sidney Burnett (Som). Editha 18.2sb~ti.n, | tase srncioes §=(seenneah. 2a Parochial Treasurer. 4. The Government does not bind itself ta accept the lowest ©
Sera. emat Smiree, citanane | demeenneeenithiinsideeiisualibineinenmcents | vervaiee Toons eto. 3 rane, All services a Sooewh control of the Colonial Hospital.
ters), These are in New York. | CAR: Vauxhall Velox 1990 Model, | Installed. wind mill., cechard conteMing 8.3, 52—2n Emoluments: A salary,of $3,456 per annum is payable plus a any tender. 9
Ronald MacLean (Grand son,|7,.500 miles, like new. Phone 5126 many Vesieey of fruit trees, garden etc. . : . 1.3.52.—2n
Curacao), Prank MacLean (Grand 5.3.52—3n he a to view oe te res NOTICE } Specialist Allowance of $1,200 per annum if the holder
Barbados), Pauline, St, Joh — pane ellar ie . ‘| :
Peabaaneghlar burton.” °""| “TAN i0ey Va Bickewn, Vou te Seed “Te conay sung Noa; isn, Sipe All pores we Ri ecoag ohn tht secery Con of Lives Allowance of S00040 1 des Ball. n MILLS
8.3.52 gendition. Apply: @. Hurley, Boscobelle,| soiriner with counters, shelves and other | Barish are kindly agked to sendin their é cae y a 7 Se owance f ) paid. TENDERS FOR MAINTENANCE OF PUMPS AND WINDMILL‘
0 52-80. | hitings. Apply No. 47, Swan Street, Sec. | accounts to the undersigned not later onsulting ees: Consulting practice (but not Private Prac- vité in’ of pumps and windmill
IN MEMORIAM ELECTRICAL 4 ond Floor or on premises “ei Aen. { tice) is allowed. Fees on a gradéd scale for Private Patients Tenders are ee for ae ma’ veriod of hm rene Some tha in
———— 1.3.52—2n A. KING, at various nsti or a A is
BIRCR—In lovin TOY ot Elkese W110 | commen Parochial T: : i at the Colonial Hospital are id to the Physician. Z tract and
passed away on March 8th 1948. GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR | HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom Oe eer 1 pai ys 1958. The conditions of contrac

Every day in some small way
Memories of you come our way
Though absent you are ever near

| “ April, 1 to 3ist
S. Joreph. | Conditions of Appointment: The appointment will be on con~| (inher vie may bé obtained on application at the office of the
ceed Aa ee tract for a period of $ yeas tm tie Abst instance, but the| Caaaie meginess

8 cub, ft. Made in U.S.A. Has hever been| house, all conveniences, with party-
used, reason for selling owner unable] sized living room, open verandah, kitchen





to obtain Electric Supplies. On view atjand utility room. Garage, lau , 2) THE BARBADOS YOUTH MOVEMENT . L Se edie tern
Still missed still loved and ever dear.| Roache's Drug Store, Speightstown. servant rooms and Pm 5) —, : cna gE appointee may opt after two te be @ to the 2. he ed sstateme ts m0
Remembered hy— 6.3.52—2n.] On attractive hillside site, Rockley New| Its Aims, Apinvtias, and Motto. Aims: permanent, pensionable establishment. of to become th, na ecg
Irene, Sheila, Charlie, Darnley, Ruth, | —_ nn | Road, A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476.|to encourage a Citieenty and to + we on in oF Ee the Beg Eoeuaed e
ey ee Te Tae 52—I1r @ voit Setiuey TYE RADION tout models 13,2,52—t.f.n. 2 “ohne the lives of poor youths. eee pe - provided. is pe tract. ; dead

eae anal " tivities, Religious and General Know- ling Allowance : travell low: tbkidce. “Pender

now opening at Maffei’s Radio Depart-| PROPERTY: One Property at Fonta- | ledge, Muste; Singing; dramaties, Short- ing allowance paid 3. Sealed tenders in triplicate, marked on the envelop

BIRCH—Treasured memories of Elese

ment. Exactly as chosen by Broadcasting | belle with (3) bedrooms each with
Authorities in Jamaica, British Guiana | ning water Also one. at River Road.
British Honduras, Africa ete, after rigid} Both can be bought on terms. Part down
tests. Steady world wide reception | and balance monthly.

: A journeys to the Extension Hospital and the Fort Institutions. | for of Pumps and Windmills,” addressed to the Colonial
hand, Typewriting; etc., etc.; Motto; Lord ; ; ; :
help ua lest we fail. This iso movement Qualifications: Candidates should be registered or registrable Wrerefary and Dot to any officer by ae will be sonered, 3 tae
Which vou should really help: it is yours in the United Kingdom. The applications of Candidates who peg ee - a” Ss ORKS Up to: aig ciees See :

Birch, who was called to rest March
8, 1940.

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t teed. Ltd. 5.3.62—41 , 7% i ; of ae
Your Jovitee bats will So) Be aa: | Cte ee = eat eas Lord President dnd Founder. possess post-gradtiate qualifieations in Medicine (MRCP. 4, The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest o1
For those you love you @ Middle Street Dial 2645. Rev. J. B, GRANT, L.Th ;
i oes toe ; “PYE" BATTERY RADIOS—6 Voit, just . . Pe . ee aden , . or M.D.) would be given preferential consideration. any tender.
Ever reapers by her dear friend eg ew ge tae Cd ON | 8.3.52—1n. Applications accompanied by testimonials and references should Oasis Ser THER 1.3,52—2n.
Elaine Downes. +5. yr 4.5960. ie ae on aun oie nae NOTICE be addressed to the Establishment Officer, St. Vincent, B.W.I., and
* end! The house oanteine Oremind. NOTICE | should reach him not later than the 2ist April, 1952. PUBLIC NOTICE
BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE FURNITURE | kan ee ee ee oscar "LIVINGSTONE. sMiTH Applications from members of the Government Service of any
1A 10N FURNITURE—At reduce prices. Mag.| Phone Mr, Tx Reece at arab NOTICE 1s eee CEN that au}Colony should be transmitted through the Officer Administering the CURRENCY NOTES ;
ASSOCIAT cfatrs Drees abies, Wyn, Dania | nd, 2 other ual rooms, chen el, | perona having any aeth ox ciim upon Government of that Colony. It has been observed recently that Currency Notes Have bee!
NOTICE OF BALLOT Lower Bay Street. — 6.3.89—-3n. | public competifion at 2 p.m. on. Beta eee et Maine Suen, |°-2-88~Sn. defaced by writing or stamping certain information thereon. Suc
There will be a ballot for the election | —- A SirunE-Uphoistered Suite _con ee tattenad March at the Office Of | Westbury Road in the parish of Saint uetion contfavenes Section 12 (2) of the Government Currencs |

~ et rae “ ~ y ‘ "
Bios re Tot the MSebelation taining of 3-seater Settee 2 Armchairs | CARRINGTON oe * Bienes 0 Elia ace ae cere DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Notes Act, 1937 (1987-1) as applied by Section 14 of the Currency |
for the year 1962-63, at the Legislative} cne $275 and the other $20, | leer Mee pen én, [are hereby required to send in their ‘Act, 1950 (195031 quoted hereunder, to which attention is invited.
Couneil Chamber, Public Buildings on}Cclearance. Also China Cabinet from $35 -l claims duly attested to the undersigned rr * ful authorit -* se (the
Counell Chamber cn 1952, between the | At Ralph A. Beard’s, Lower Bay Street. | ——————-—-—— a | gimothiy ‘Theophilus Headley, Public Teriders for the Savaty of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the 12 (2) Whosoever, without lawfu an ority es en o

{9 nd 3 p.m ; ase ; * | Trust f the Island of Barbados ementary in aceus' mutilates, cuts, tears
oorhe following persons have been nomh- | 1 shares pareaion Fisg insdvatite qualified Cote Had ot ne ore o Public Schools proof Dncrwutpiere ap Basi > els a salar any obs’
jnated:— POULTRY | 950 shares Barbados Shipping & Trading |Os8ear Livingstone Smith deceased, c/o Tenders are invited for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk to the or pel oles ore y
rerrreemnr® cuiciiad pn | ts @o pores seers Solicitors, No. a —_ Public Elementary Schools throughout the island d the toll a currency note whether by printing, drawing or stamping thereo!
W. B. DowgAs POULTRY—Ono Pure Bred Buff Rock| 49 shares WI. Biscuit Co. bg er eg 9F hemes, she 186 € sla uring the follow-| by attaching or affixing thereto anything in the nature or form

} 41 shares Barbados Telephone Co
8.3.52—1n 65 shares Barbados Ice Co
The abovementioned shares will be set
MECHANICAL \up for sale at Publie Auction on Friday
| the «1th day of Marety 1952 at 2 p.m’ at
ADDING MACHINE—American Adding Carrington & Sealy, Lucas Street.
Machine by Smith-Corona. Handy Hand 8.3.98

Members of Council:—

Cock and 4 Hens. Phone 2163.
H. BARKER M

ing school terms: — .
oceed to distribute the assets of the 7 i icti be liabl fine not ex-
eiid estate anand ‘the parties entitled 1. 5th May to Ist August 1952. ! of an advertisement, shall on conviction be liable to a

thereto having regard to the debts and 2. 18th September to 12th Decetnber 1952 ~ | ceeding five pounds.”
1 yhich shall th k .
bud’ motice and that I shall not be liable 3. 12th January to 10th April 1953, | (Signed) H. N. ARMSTRONG,

ssets distributed 2 Senior Currency Officer,
oO ara ahah ak Or pn ly ie. Particulars of the eonditions and requirements of supplying the



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| ———— ce | ‘ i Cc ency Board.
¢: igwie Co Ltd Otees YG g.80—an hot have: nad notice at the time of sven [Milk are embodied in the Contract, copies of whtich are available for ere eee ce
: D. MORRIS cece AUCTION coed sat pemmdbe tndeited to the eatd reference at the Colonial Sécretary’s Office. — mime
ke SMITH MISCELLANEOUS estate are requested to settle their said Persons tendering must be prepared to furnish two sureties for
| @. TALMA —_—__—_—_— = indebtedness ,without delay. the du form, f the C
Mr. R. P. Parris was also nominated] “Ger ANESE NIGHTS: Made from AUCTION SALE OF HORSES Dated this 6th of March, 1952. je pe! ance ©: e Contract.
> Mare oes Council but has with-l fine Jersey i New Styles Tor Comfort-| By permission of tie Berane a TIMOTHY, THEOPHILUS HEADLEY. The tenders marked “Tender for the supply of Fresh Cow’s Milk
irawnh, sleep a ow is > istee, de a errr
Le AA eee ee Ob at) RIRPAPANT, 52| {Wo horses, the gelding HILL PRINCE | Qualified Administrator of the Bstate ot to the Public Elementary Schools” must réach the Colonial Sectetary’s | “—"onyapaL, rane A “
General Secretary. | Svan Street, 7.3.52—1n and LADY'S MAN. a 4 ps * is after- Osear Livingstone Smith, deceased , Office not later than 12 o’clock noon on Saturday, the 15th of March, iret att: D. ae sek :
‘ rm a a Paddock, . §2-—4r . < : EKA wih accep
SOSSSSSISIVIS FOF I POSTS, jGLADIOLT BULBS Spec BULBS Specially selected, 8.3,52—1n os ra a ae + toad tena ee (M.A.N.Z. LINE) Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
. and 12. each. Roache’s Drug Store, Se en nS ENE yEREEnEnEEENSNTnET ann nna? OTICE rhm oes no! ni se] Oo accep’ owest or any « ” inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
‘ ived f the . S.S. “TEKO. is scheduled ¢ i Se ;
WHAT THEY SAY! Speightstown, 6.3.52—2n- Ba atone Tey Seale Menthe Parisi OF ST, JOSEPIT tender, 5 * Soe and St. Kitts. Sailing Friday 7th

4 from Adelaide February 15th, Melbourne
the ardéeaigned 08 a Sun ee arn 19th February, 1952. February 26th, Sydney March 4th, Bris-

bane arri at
saree 1952, for one year from the 25th 23.2.52—=3n, | about rill ish’ and Barbados about
are!

en

LEPTON’S FRENCH COFFEE: A\ Wiite (deceased) I will sell at auction
tiitiversal favourite with connoisseuts: | at his late residence, Edmond Ville;
Fresh shipment now in the hands of your | Dayrells Road, Christ Church at 1.30 p.m.

said by a lady when paying for
her $4180 Gas Cooker:
“11'S THE BEST MONEY I'VE

instant.

M.V. DAERWOOD will accept









groce: and for St.
7 ‘| PHURSDAY, 13th March, 1952, a quantity 1952. ; nails April. 2 Cargo and Passengers for St. Lucia
EVER SPENT pe te sue os eee wee be ea cane bedsteads, washstands, tables,| (1) Supply of Provisions and Groceries, In aadition to general cargo this vessel oe ae a Poe. te, pnp
Wateh this space, ........-. +++ +3 : 3.95") | larder, Chest of draws, presses, benches, to be delivered at the house DEPART has ample space for chilled and hard omy te ince Se
Absolutely authentic quotations. “SEGRE AG Nee agement FT ihis| ubeatn scale, biavele, ladder, old lumber, | (2) of Fresh Cows’ k per RTMENT OF EDUCATION frozen, cargo. Wednesday 12th instant
Hlave you ggen these Cookers at I er ere tid mast ceenownieal of | und many. other items of imierest: Alge,| pnt fe Be delivered st Os ne UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS ding’ for tranahipanent Trinidad fo |{} MLV. CLARA | will accept
Gall and. see them before all are YJ all teas that commands the largeed sale | Ter Sondition. ‘Terms cast (2) Conveyance by Motor ort SYNDICATE British Gutana, Leeward and Windward |{}} Catde and Passengers for, Nossal,
“4 a 7 vor’ ms e : @ 7 5 2 : : : 3 1S. ate Epe -
delivered. ot ee wor. id ou Haye not et taade K, SANDIFORD, a “are te The School Certificate and Higher Certificate Examinations |'*!82%) o6,4¢ particulars apply — be notified
yourself familar with ft, drqp in end Ae ba nd from the Géneral Hospital or of‘ the University of Cambridge Local Examinations YURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD.,
SSCOCOCSSOSSCOSORSRSSESS obtain a complimentary sample. John 8.3. n. a * pe a See the eW.2, schoomme owner
F."Hutson, Lid." iatelbdtor AT Visor weet | pasa” Como trom the “Als Syndicate will not be held in Barbados OE i, ASSOCIATION (NC:
EE | on TUESDAY 11th, from 12 noon, @ lot house anid Corpses from the house After 1952 : | DACOSTA & CO., LTD., Consignee. ‘Tele. No. 4047.
TAKE NOTICE NEW TORNADO KIT—Complete with | of Safyy Matches, Basil Leather, Spall in any part of the parish Bi corpses All persons who are eligible to obtain authorization cards in order BARBADOS, B.W.1.
; Mast d Boom -00 Telephone: | Block Planes, Drawing pins, Iron ’ «
: Adams 91-61 oF enka Yacht Club. | Insecticides Powder and Liquid, Disin- the Almshouse to hearse 2 * a the 1952 Examinations are advised to communicate with
That His Eminence PREDERICK 5.3.52-6n | fectants with D.D.T,, Door Chimes large and to the grave. e University without any further delay, so that they may obtain the





land small, Body Dusting Powders and

J
OHANSON HINKSON, 0.H.P. is ROSE TREMSApply: David Dear, |other Items. Terms Cash.

N.B. Board of Poor Law Guardians | requi
rescrve the fight to send by Bug of other- equisite card by such time as the Entry Forms for the 1952 Examina+
appointed Acting Suffragan Bishop









































tions are available for completion. . i I \ EK;
’ H "s Lane, Coll * Rock or Dial R. ARCHER McKENZIE wise amy pauper who in their opinion * . é HARRISON
siecaslh ut oebaatite Adbthenss tien- || kee Syencer Ate, 8.8.0O 8. oe con be conveyed by such means. ed oe thee thee toanaet ef a Seaigeinn 9), 8 eee ee
este with permission to Confirm ~SPORTSMEN'S WOOL SOCKS~-60 cents , Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, Certificate of Education of the University of London. } (ee
Cathechumens in My Arehdiocese. |}| pair, Broadway Dress Shop. St. Josep! | Department of Education,
EDWIN McMILLAM JACK eu ioe tae See WANTED j i 25th February, 1952. 1.3.52.—2n OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM ;
International EXALTED WEETABIX: A fresh supply of this Saat ‘
Archbishop of thi . geome Due
pal Orthodox * Churn now ie ee bent ot Pyar qrece. Sonn GOVERNMENT NOTICES Vessel From Leave: Barbados
(Greek Commission) Inc F. Hutson, Ltd. Distributors HELP VACANOY si POST OF SENIOR MASTER, 8
in New York, 1939. : peta “2.3,52—2n GR R SCHOOL, DOMINICA §.s. “ aa mndon 29th Feb. 12th Mar
A GOOD COOK—Apply: Eric Park, 5.S. “ Pees cog asgow & 5 ;
Station Hill, St. Michael, ; " Applications are invited for one vacant post of Senior Master . i
FOR RENT so a, 5:8 ached bee eat he er Dominica Grammar School. The school roll at present numbers 150, s.s. “ S ‘ mae 8th Mar, 22nd Mar
ornare nett OT 6 F re No. 6|and courses will be offered up to the Higher School Certificate ex-| ¢"¢’° st i ee ion ‘ 27th Mar. 18th April
var . ) , S. A , 5
jae sae Oi tigs ie = gg 4 wna be bublished in the|®™ination of Cambridge University. VEr poo! 29th Mar. 10th Apr
| ; HOUSES House, Worthing View. *4.3.52—3n will Pp 2. Qualifications. Applicants for the post should hold a Uni- —_— —
ce Cream Parlour cial Gazette of Thursday 6th | ,, :
indhiapaibiaasia can ieiharenenstttethctiatacitnctltigelachenceanton 1952 versity degree and be qualified to teach (1) English, History and HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
ATHLONE HOUSE, Fontabelie, con-| CIERK: A Lady Clerk with a knowledge arch, . Latin, and (2) Mathematics.
CALLED taining two flats and suitable for board. | of shorthand and typewriting for a well|6th March, 1952. 3. Salary. The post is pensionable, The salary scale is $1,920
ing house. Apply to K. Sandiford, Spry | established Commission office. Must have 8$.3.52—I1n, : { ,. 9 Vv 1 f For Closes in Barbados
6é THE CARIN Po Street. Dial 2374. 8.3.52—2n. | Some previous veaense. When apply by $120 % $2,400. nit = Aah =. or on oeaian SS. 0} ” tétion 13th March
A ing, state qualification and experience. Salary 18 also ‘a n Oonsideration Wo ven to ps ¢
e TRISDALE—Barbarces Till, Drawing | Applications treated strietly confidential. suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with their 8.8. c - Liverpool 24sh March
situate at Upper Baxter's. Road and GENES toe. & bantocma “Witty rane | Salnry according {0 capability, || Apply: | TENDERS FOR UNIFORMS | qualification and experience. For tutther Information
Well squinped and stocked. Good {I Servants rooms, |All. services. inciuding | Pany mee mt oc, | Separate tenders are invited for| 4. Quarters, Quarters are not provided. apely te...
woman. Owner willing ih iesie Gas. Variety of fruit trees. Phone Mrs. naaeee the making of Uniforms for the 5. Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations DA COSTA & co LTD A
in part of the price with the right Bellamy 8365, 8.3,52—t.f.n ST. LEONARD'S CHURCH ,|Police, Harbour Police | and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages. ” =o gents
person." Apply at Midale street {| “7A BROWNE FORTEst, Movinias | $90,00 plus fees. Appheations to Vicar | Brigade for the year 1052-88, Fur- |. 6.. Passage on first appointment. The officer's pemane en, Bet
pot. al 2695, Gab! 5 bedrooms upstairs tollet and | by March 18th, Fhclosing names of two |ther particulars can be obtained | appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children (in

bath, drawing and dining rooms down- | persons for reference Only applica-
stairs, kitchen and pantry. Garage and | tions of good and experienced Organist
rervants rooms. Apply to G. W. Maynard, | will be considered. 7.3,.52—3n
Park Road, Bush Hall. Phone 4218. —_——————

8.8,52—2n, SECRETARY MANAGER Rockley Golf
Club. Free quarters in Flat over Club

from the office of the Commission-| of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow

e
er of Police. him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. Steamship C 0.
Tenders, in duplicate, should be 7. Conditions of Service. The officer will be subject to Colonial ”,
forwarded in sealed’ envelopes | Regulations and local General Orders. 4 9nc.










































addressed to the Colonial Secre- cations stating the applicant’s age, qualifications and teach~-
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—with | House, containing 2 bedrooms, living-|tary (and not to ey by | ing jence, and indicating the earliest date on which he could
5 “ ng. ; i ; + : ; atansaasipliapeoe
TRINIDAD For ‘further perticulats “Appay to ‘Alms | light. water and “fuses, Knowledge et |RamMe) so as to reach the nial | assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator, Dominica.
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. | Golf an advantage, canvassing will dis- rene Office not later than J. HAMILTON MAURICE, NEW YORK SERVICE
TERR Az10 EXP $.2.00—tt.n, | quality, Apply by letter to Serene = ~ h, —_ ‘ pean: XY fS. “ ARTIGAS” sailed Mist February = arrives B’dos 4th March, 1952. *
-——_——__OoO OO - - rom om er jear oo. ‘’ Ss f . 52.
ERT FOR RENT OR LEASE obtained. 1,3.52—t.f.0 anna Miahaer tax Rous tee. 28.2.5; ‘TA S' aails 8th March — arrives B’dos 19th March, 1952,
LAND: Spot of land situate at Bath- | —————————— I o ry i f H
sheba on the seaside next St, Aidan’'s MISCELLANEOUS orms » en ” or. arbour ne dh eam aa saat apg om RE = TN a ae ses
Specalised in Bath, Kitchen Chapel. Apply No. 47 Swan Street, Police. Uniforms”, or “Tender for VACANT POST OF CLERK, LABOUR WELFARE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
* bpesioieie 1.9.82—95 | TiS¥ers Boy's Second-hand Bicycle. | Fire Brigade Uniforms”, as the (HOUSING LOANS) ORGANISATION S.S. “LIBREVILLE” sailed 18th February —arrives B’dos 1st March, 1952.
and all Kinds of Decoration food condition, Call 8496, case may be. 3 A STEAMER sails 27th February — arrives Barbados 1th March, 1952.
{| ANNOUNCEMENTS es oe ST cans Eee ae eee 23.2,52—3n. Applica até invited for appointment to the post of Junior | °
| HOUSE; Furnished or Unfurnished Clerk in the Labour Welfare (Housing Loans) Organisation, SERV.
ag aan pave wiles fo seturp oun. regired to, Ran i sdtichae, | Tenders for the Supply of an ed one ~~ be ~ possession of a School Certificate or = _
+ > . iy ugust |e s 5a a certificate of equivalent standard. SOUTHBOUND
offers services as Companion, Governess | bedrooms with servants quarters and gar Fresh Milk to the
, | ‘or passage Dx: Full particul to Box C.N., ‘ ; ; ae
or ee in. zotumn for passage. gem: ee c ‘gs * om GN. Lazaretto tao peg i — we ~ eo he ae _ a si ime Name of Ship Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados
I U R N | § Hl le alae gRrAMro— We fant to, buy stamps.) Temdiate pe invited foe, Wie spn [aalery Oh SvC0.e ber ania ; 0s (AEA Geoaace” |. Saab Remeuary Tar March
a pnts any a § 5 oe o. . arch
MAIL NOTICE bie ‘spot. ¥éa. So tee cravtibest aRamD. oe Wer th of to the Laza 4. This post is of a temporary nature, non-pensionable and|*.. “ PILGRM” .. |... ain March 24th March
FOR EASTER Society, 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Street. o for the period 1st April, 1952, | subject to termination by one month’s notice 6n either side, A cent Fate ee ae March Qnd April
i 4 MAILS for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trin- ; 5.3, 52—6n, 00 ee ‘estanentt th 5. Applications in writing, with testimonials, will be received 4 a ee 7th stay
} ® dad, Jamaics ‘ g ritis! en I * , i s 7
is nearer than you think Gait te ine Rea odode ELSON | UNFURNISHED HOUSE Wantea os| terms of 100 pints. The present by the Colonial Secretary, Colonial Secretary’s Office, Bridgetown,

up to the 15t e 2.
BASTER NICE Bureaus, Bed- . » CE,
steads, Beds, Cradies, Wardrobes,
Wasbstands $8 up, Coil & flat
Springs— TABLES for Dining.
Kitchen and Fancy use, Larders.
Waggons,. Tea Trolleys, Side-
boards—Kitchen, China and Bed-
room Cabinets, Liquor Cases $5.50
up—DRAWING ROOM FURNI-
TURE, Rush Furniture for Little
and Big— PIANOS, Pram, Ice
Boxes Typewriter, and oth®r Nice
Things—ALL AT MONEY SAVING
PRICES.

will be closed at the General Post Office | s60n as possible, moderate rental, three
as under:— bedrooms, minimum. Must have servants
Pareel Mail at 12 noon on the 8th | reom in good condition and garage. Pre-
March, Registered Mail at 8 a.m. Ordin- | ferably Pine Hill, Belleville, Welehes Dis-
Rlarny Math at 8.80 a.m. on the 10th | trict. Notify: J. F Haslett, Phone 3311
Mareh 1952. Barclays Bank 8.8.52—I1n

daily requirements are about 56
pints, delivered at the Institution
twice daily at 6 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

3. Tenders marked “Tender for
the supply of Fresh Milk to the
Lazaretto” addressed to the Colo-
nial Secretary (and not to any
officer by name) will be received
at the Colonial Secretary's Office
up, to 4 son on Wednesday the
12th of March, 1952,

4, The Gov ent does not

| These vessels have limited passenger accommodation,
Tenders For Transport Of Off | ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE
S ns cets
Tenders are invited for the Saearance by motor-car of 2 APPLY:—DA OO8TA & CO., LTD.—OANADIAN SERVICE



Revenue Officers from Bridgetown to Mount Gay Distillery, St. Lucy,
waiting for the Officers ahd return, for the period 1st April, 1952 to
8ist March, 1953,
2. Approximately three visits weekly at the Distillery are neces-
sary and the time spent in waiting varies from three to six hours.
3. Tenders should be for a rate per mile including waiting at

eee, peel ee at a te aneetennatadt aah tai inl

GOVERNMENT NOTICE >

TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS



If you are in need of



GLASSWARE :



















: : ‘ é , ed
on Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the = ee ene The motor car provided is to be approved by the Comp- pay us a visit at — 8
L S WILSON three months beginning on the Ist April, 1952, to the following |° ; 1.3.52. —2n roller of Customs from whom further information may be obtained. CENTRAL EMPORIUM %
. . Government Departments — a ee . 4. Tenders, a the Colonial Secretary and not to any %
SPRY STREET. DIAL 4009 z : i Tenders for Burials at the | Officer by name, and mar! on the envelope “Tender for Transport” s
Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000 Ibs. (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets) K
msmonth a povernes OF oi number of| Leasarette ak ee wim ac. oe ee peesouneedotoccotosecesosnosesoseneoorococosos.:
prisoners, to elive wice at Hospita! > , A ws
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Ladies and (entlemen se twice ene proportionate amounts.|the Colonial Secretary (and not 19.2.52—Sn. 1 x CEP TIONAL VALUES x ,
something ams — as available. to any officer by name) will be ee ae ‘
This ts _ Eddoes — as available. received at the Colonial Secre- TENDERS FOR FRESH MEAT 47 Per Ib x
WHO would not like to_live RON: Se Ea ry oe! — nts pe SEALED TENDERS in triplicate marked on the envelope GALV. NAILS a a A ‘
in a beautiful home? Who Week, comvedee twice weeny €6: ° ' ednesday the 12 of Mare “Tender for Fresh Meat” addressed to the Colonial Secre and | & x
would not like everything |}| ‘ saan rg hes et for the Sucsiing sd COmFINS not to any officer by name) will be reeeived at the Colo’ fal ees * WATERPROOF ROPE 72c Per lb. ‘
eround them stylish and ||| Bedi sacks “avaliable ata a. hae find the |tary’s Office up to 4 p2 Wednesday the 12th of none, for x * x
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COLUMNS, FLOORS, SID- of the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institu- Ag, . Sist March, 2953. ret e Lazaretto for the period Ist April, 0 31s os ° ‘
INGS, DRAW BOARDS and | tot concerned oo eee Mhceitt of the period from the Ist of April, . ~ ae rer. %, Rech Tender must be acconpiinied tb a lektee panel te % x
: aidpard vegad ad ! Ome. to the ene : wn to possess proper-|two persons known to possess roperty, engaging to become bound | GARDEN RAKES - - 30c. each %
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. ane |to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so’as to|the person tendering in the sum the due performance of the contract. } i% Thes med more *
CULTURED PEOPLE reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Wednes-| of forty eight dollars for the due 3. All meat must be of the best quality; the animals must be/\ e @ mere , e
love it. |day, 12th March, 1952: The envelope should be clearly marked— | performance of the contract. slaughtered at the Market Slaughter House and fresh meat, in cuts) ¥
|‘“Tenders for ground provisions.” 3. roe art coe A of _ jeer than 10 Ibs., delivered to the Public Institutions at the BARGAIWS at &
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WORKS LTD. t Hospital and the Lazaretto : : 4. Particulars may be obtained | or any tender. 1 G W HUT HIN N & C LTD x
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Barbados Turf Club
2! SWEEP

SPRING MEETING

34 SERIES sold—A to Z,






1952
and AA to HH complete

340,000 Tickets sold @ 2/- each Gross $163.200.00
Less Govt, Tax @ 4c. per ticket 13,600.00
Net $149,600.00

First Horse 17 % $ 25,432.00
Second 8.5 % 12,716.00
Third 4.5 % 6,732.00
Fourth 2.5 % 3,740 ,00
Fifth 1.5 % 2,244.00
Sixth * 10 % 1,496 .00
seventh ,, 10 % 1,496 00
Eighth 10 % 1,496.00
Ninth ,, 1.0 % 1,496.00
Tenth ,, . 10 % 1,496 .00
Other Horses Divide ($233.75 each) 10. & 14,960.00
Serial Prizes Divide , : 24% 2,992.00
60 Other Prizes Divide ($126.93 each) 2 5.09% 7,616.00
Horse Owners Divide 10 %& 14,960 .00
Sellers’ Commission 10.91% 16,320.00
Charity 10 % 1,496 .00
Expense 2.0 % 2,992.09
Turf Club 15.0 % 22,440.00
95.0 % $142,120.00

Sellers of Tickets drawing Prizes

in proportion as follows:

divide

Seller of First Prize 9.5 % 710 60)
; , Second Prize 6 &% 448.80)
Third. Prize 3.5 % 261.80)
Fourth Prize 2.5 % 187.00}
Fifth Prize ieee 149 . 60)
Sixth Prize 1.5 % 112.20)
Seventh Prize 1.33% 99.48
Eighth Prize 1.338% 99.48
Ninth Prize 1.33% 99.48}
Tenth Prize 1.33% 99.48} 5.0% 7,480.00
Other Horses Divide 14 % 1,047.20
Serial prizes divide om 448.80)
60 Other prizes divide 12.68% 948 46/
Largest number of |
Tickets 17 % 1,271.60)
Second largest number |
of Tickets 6 673.20}
Third largest mumber |
of Tickets 5% 374.00)
Fourth largest number
of Tickets so 224.40
Fifth largest number
of Tickets 2 y 149.60
és , Sixth largest number
of Tickets Loe 74.80
Fractions 02} -
100 % 7,480.00 100% $149,600.00

Results of 6d. Consolation ‘

Series

Prize “A” “B” Amount
Ticket No.
lst 8099 1209 $140.00
2nd 0234 8980 100,00
3rd 0304 6340 80.00
4th 4044 2440 60.00
5th 4554 6955 50.00
6th 1503 2801 30.00
7th 2160 7214 20,00
8th 2989 6275 20.00
9th 9718 1904 20.00
10th 0496 2307 20,00
11th 7949 2126 20,00
12th 4114 5976 10,00
13th 7600 8817 10.00
14th 7278 5051 10.00
1$th 7395 5930 10.00
16th 5523 7347 10,00
17th 5572 1267 10.00
18th 1861 1663 10.00
19th 8141 6770 10.00
20th 0025 4554 10,00
21st 2163 1044 10.00
22nd 3434 9262 10.00
23rd 8068 4968 10,00
24th 1380 5735 10.00
25th 8573 7936 10.00
26th 5343 6053 10,00
27th 2951 8382 10.00
28th 3220 7633 10.00

$ 730,00



Tennis Results

KINGSTON, J’ca,, March 6.

In Montego Bay tennis matches
Mrs. Pat Todd beat Althea Gib-
son 6—3, 6—1; Mrs. G Heldman
beat Mrs. C. Drew Bear 9—7
6—3; Mrs. C. Pratt ‘beat Mrs.
Heldman 6—2, 7—-5.

In the Mixed Doubles Lorne
Main and Mrs, Patricia Ward beat
A. Stern and Mrs, Martha Bar-
nett 6—4, 6—2; Carol and Mrs.
Pratt beat C. Rood and Mrs. G.
Heldman 6—2, 9—7; D. Lurie and
Mrs. Fletcher beat A. Aris and
Mrs. Cover Ramsay 6—4, 6-2
L. A. Kirkcaldy and Mrs. Prac-
zukowski beat Brendan Macken
and Mrs. Drew Bear 7—5, 6—3;
Brendan Macken and Althea
Gibson beat R. Clemons and Mrs.
Porteous 6--1, 6-3

In the Men's Doubles A. Stern
and C. Rood beat L. A, Kirk-
caldy and G. Aris 7—5, 5—7
6--4; Budge Patty and Nils Rohls-
son beat Brendan Macken and
Lorne Main 2--6, 6—1, 6—0O; Dick
Savitt and David Lurie beat A
Stern and C. Rodd 6—2, 6—0.

Mrs. Pat Todd and Mrs. C
Pratt won the Women’s Doubles
beating the Wightman Cup stars

Mrs, Pat Ward and _ Helen
Fletcher in the finals 6—-1 a.
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Series
Prize “or “DD” Amount
Ticket No.

Ist 5375 7105 $140.00
2nd 4851 6185 100.00
3rd 2195 4178 80.00
4th 8451 0763 60,00
Sth 1608 W172 50.00
6th 1001 3903 30.00
7th 8308 3753 20,00
8th 2408 3980 20,00
9th 9636 5726 20.00
10th 2299 2763 20.00
11th 4037 5675 20.00
12th 5704 5597 10.00
13th 4819 4588 10,00
14th 7261 6746 10,00
15th 6839 2213 10.00
16th 0021 5059 10.00
17th 0812 8093 10.00
18th 9912 9577 10.00
19th 4771 7797 10.00
20th 3830 5441 10.00
21st 5905 1073 10.00
22nd 4192 5102 10,00
23rd 0160 0512 10,00
24th 6629 7603 10.00
25th 1953 7310 10,00
26th 5302 7679 10,00
27th 1449 2641 10.00
28th 3857 0690 10.00
$ 730.00



Government Tax $200.00 on
each Series.
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per H. R. LEACH
ith March, 1952.



Olympia Defeat
st. Michael’s Girls

Olympia defeated St. Michaels
Girls by six goals to five in the
last hetball match of the first part
of the season yesterday at the
Nightengale Home, Black Rock,

* It was fairly well attended. At

half time the score was five—two
in favour of St, Michael's.

Shooters for St. Michael’s Girls
were QO. Agard, who scored one
goal and N. Branker with four.
For Olympia T. Barker shot three
goals and the other three goals
were put in by G. Ramsey. Um-
pires were Miss D. Donovan and
Miss D. Daniel,

The teams were:

St. Michael’s Girls : Z. Miller,
(Capt.) M, Robinson, E. Craigg, J.
Smith, A. King, O. Agard and N.
Branker.

Olympia : M. Barrow (Capt.),
K, Connor, T, Barker, I, Quintyne,
G. Ramsey, M, Morris and P.
Best.

THROUGH IT AGAIN

Zh WAY NOT LET HER
@ 00 THe CALLIN’ JEDOY#| ONE THAT TRIES
1 SHE'S DOIN’ IT ANYWAY

Spartan, H.C.
Draw Match

The Spartan—Harrison College
First Division football match at
Kensington yesterday evening

ended in a _ one-all draw. The
School team secured its goa! dur-
ing the final stages of the game.

Smith in goal for College, was
once more outstanding and hi
style pt running out of goal to
save or ward off an attack seem-
ed to baffle the Spartan forwards
Albert Williams, playing at ecen-
tre half-for the College team,
kept his forwards well fed, He
was the backbone of the team
Morris at left wing for College
also gav@é an excellent perform-
ance.

Spartan scored early in the first
half when Wood, their centre
forward, beat Smith with a shot
taken from inside the penalty
area. The equaliser was shot by
Teddy Griffith, College right half,

about five minutes before the
blow off. College kept up their
attack during the last five min-

utes and on two occasions nearly
scored,a winning goal.

Harrison College took the
touch with Spartan defending the
northern goal and kicking against

what little wind was blowing.
Spartan were first to go into
the attack, but Mayers, the
College right back, cleared the
ball,
College went into the attack.

F. Tudor their inside left, took a
shot which goalkeeper
saved. Griffith, College inside
right, received a long pass from
Simmons,

in position and saved.
Well Placed Shot
A few minutes later Spartan
opened their account. Wood,
their centre forward, beat Smith

with a well placed shot along the

ground.

College made a bold bid to get
the equalizer when P. Tudor gave
Morris on the left wing a long
pass. Morris beat Cadogan _be-
fore centering. Goalie
jumped into the air and pushed
the ball clear of the College for-

wards. Williams, centre half,
who was running through, took
a one time shot which was just
wide of the left upright.

College forwards again went

into the attack. On this occasion
F. Tudor took a well placed shot
which Atkins saved.

Shortly before half time Mor-
ris got in another good shot from
the left wing. The Spartan
backs cleared. F. Tudor received
the ball, but kicked wide of the
goal,. At half time Spartan were
wt oné goal in the lead.

s Soon as the second half be-
gan Spartan organised a forward
movement, Chase was now play-
ing at centre forward in placesof

Wood. Griffith, playing at left
wing, received the ball, but
headed wide of the goal.

P. Tudor nearly scored the
equaliser for the school team. He
received a through pass, _ but

Atkins snatched the ball off his
right foot.
Ball Rebounds
Spartan nearly increased their
lead when Griffith took a beauti-
ful shot from the inside right

position. The ball struck the
cross bar and rebounded into
play.

Paul Tudor, with a well timed

shot, went near to getting in the
equaliser for College. The ball
grazed the cross bar and re-
bounded.

Spartan now had the better of
the game. On two occasions Wood
took lovely shots, but goalie
Smith proved capable between
thé uprights.

During the last minutes Col-
lege fought hard to score. Mayers
took a long shot which Atkins
saved.

Their efforts were soon re-
warded. Teddy Griffith at inside
right, beat Atkins with a well
placed shot after a beautiful
centre by Morris.

When Referee Amory blew off
the score was College one—
Spartan one.

The teams were as follows:—

Spartan: Atkins, Bowen, Gib-

bons, Cadogan, Haynes, Gittens
Chase, Grant, Wood, Griffith and
Boyce.

Harrison College: Smith, F
Squires, Mayers, Pilgrim, A
Williams, Simmons, Morris, F.
Tudor, P. Tudor, Griffith, Med-
ford,

Referee: Mr, E. Amory.

WEATHER REPORT

YESTERDAY
Rainfall from Codrington: .05
in.
Total rainfall for month to
4 date: .35 in.
Highest Temperature: 86.0 °F
Lowest Temperature: 67.0 °F
Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour
Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.940
(3 p.m.) 29.862

TO-DAY
Sunrise: 6.19 a.m.
Sunset: 6.10 p.m.

Moon: First Quarter, March 2
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.

High Tide: 2.36 a.m., 1.49 p.m.
Low Tide: 8.17 a.m., 8.48 p.m.





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Arsenal,
Newcastle

A comparatively mall crowd On resumpt fter the reces {
saw Everton and Empire Empire team seemed to have|
to a one-all draw in their 2nd. come on to the field with deter-
Alter ] eams Division fixture at Queen’s Park mination, and after two minutes}
yesterday. play saw the results when Harper |
\ j , A very notable feature of the at centre forward put in a well |
rom Our Own Correspondent) game was the fact that Everton timed shot |
4 LONDON, Mareh 7 took mastery in the first half of For the greater part ef the|
Newcastle, cup holders and the game while Empire outplayed second half play » concentra- |
Arsenal cup Seen have Pyerton in the second half of the ted nthe . irea but
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6th round ties quickly lost the ball to Everton the score at one all Then, for 60 seconds, massage with
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Newcastle visiting Portsmouth opening stages, scored the first Empire: Grant, Jordan, Hayne | C Do this 3 times a day for 14 days.
announce a side unchanged goal. This resulted from a shot Rudder, Norville, Clarke, Morris, ! This clea massage
from that which won at Swansea at close range by Sealy at inside Bynoe, Harper, Douglas Jones dy ~~ lia
in the 5th round. + 3 right. : Everton : Collymore, V. Hare | re oe
The line-up will be Simpson, ‘For a short time Empire tried wood, Reid, Fowler, Archer,;
McMichael, Cowell, Harvey, to equalize, but Everton contin- Daniel, N. Harewood, Lorde,|
Brennen, E. Roblido, Walker, yeq to press them in the first Seale, Sealy, Morris. ‘
Foulkes, Milburn, G. Roblido, half of the game Referee: Mr. K. E. Walcott.
and Mitchell. ; : :
Arsenal who travel to Luton —
have not been so fortunate. Right
half Forbes, inside right Logie |
and centre forward Lewis are all a7 i
unfit. Milton, International out- eumatisin n @$ u
side right, will fill Logie’s osi-
tion. Shaw will be play at r O on
right half and Goring leads the ?
attack. The expected team is neys raine .
Swindon, Smith, Barnes, Shaw, ; v
Daniel, Mercer. Cox, Milton, If you're feeling out o’sorts, Get, cess poisons and acids is with

Goring, Lishman and Roper,

Portsmouth’s only change is
the return of Stoular at right
half. With the exception of;

Henderson at centre forward for
Clarke, the side is the same as
that which beat Newcastle 3—1
in a League match in October.
No Change

Luton will make no change.
Hugh McJarrow is suffering from
a bruised toe and reserve Moore
retains his place as leader of the
attack.

Blackburn who are expecting
a record crowd for their all Lan-

cashire tie with Burnley will
have Amateur International
Holmes at centre forward in
place of Quigley. Burnley's
doubts about star outside right
Elliot were relieved by a fitness] |
test yesterday and Elliot is

almost certain to play.
Sheffield United will
tomorrow whether to
Hutchinson or
tre forward

decide

play
Browning at cen-
against Chelsea.

Chelsea are not likely to change t

the side which won 5—1 against
Leeds at Villa Park om Monday,

Their line-up will be Robert-
son,
strong, Harris, Dixon; J. Smith,
Darcey, R. Smith, Bentley, Gray,

For vital Third Division South
game at Reading tomorrow, the
leaders, Plymouth, will be with-

out their key wing half Neil
Dougall. Yesterday he under-
went a manipulative operation



for a slipped spinal disc and may
bo out for the rest of the season.



Likely Failure

By IAN GALE

ST. VINCENT, March 7.
Even before it has got fully
underway, Vincentian yachtsmen
‘re predicting that the Carib-

ean cruise will be a failure,
The reason is that the few
-achts taking part can’t or won’t

Caribbean Cruise |
|
|

keep to the schedule. Only five
achts called here so far:
Oregon, Search, Stella Vega,

Maria Catherina and Mollihawk.
‘faria Catherina is chartered by
/mericans who declare they are |
rot interested in the cruise and
vill stop off where and when and
‘or how long they wish. Molli-
l awk is too slow to keep up with
he fleet. The St. incentian
wned Stella Vega is disgusted

with the cruise and has with-
crawn,
Search left here a day ahead

(? schedule for St. Lucia and the
c her yachts are leaving today.

The crew of the Barbadian
,acht Oregon state they intend
keeping to the schedule even if
ro other yachts do.

They have a limited holiday!
end must return to work on time.

The general opinion here is)
that the first Caribbean cruise}
will also be the last. |

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SATURDAY. MARCH 8. 1S52 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE Jury Return Verdict Of "Not Guilty" Of Burglary And Larceny Prisoners Sentenced THE Ac lint: Puisne Judje Hi Lordship Mr l SIIAKINC; his head and rubbin,. h ls .yes. Alfred Hard% %  mu walked uul of the dock at lhr Court u( Grand Section* "'"> • %  Mai Ihli • 1 offence.. Decision CtOnfirnunl £10 FOR STEALING GOAT yesterday, alter a jury had failed to find him guilty of the "25TS ' • of hici.king and entering the hotl I „ %  Cobh J h LHJL w "Elm t wU """ J ud "'" Chmarj -in i hum of Bank Hall and stealing a tii 10 List v.-ji I w u Wuighan. inn.. CM.W """ V *' %  lim r *wu wh., Jung.n UecemKOIU wrtM wan-n .aiuad tt* Ulwean Frbruj.v 1 ,nd 2 UU. • llucase was heard before the Acting Puisne Judge *• %  -""d *"•* mn* suNn ..< %  Mr Justice G. L. Taylor, brndcln* and inter.ns; Edi... Miss MB. Bourne. Assistant Legal Draughtsman. Fr *"* >n '* d,u Btor * nd •••"•'*! "",' %  n.nvWIlti-l fnr lit,. Ptimm '' *lntlt> of T;KP Valuft) '' p.<.secutedror the Ct own. ,, 01 M ||( ^ „. IKW) to 2 to, I he Prosecutions case was that Harding had been seen months iiTspriwrnm**.; with bad near the house from which he had been alleged to steal the labour and yean lapfflsoti i clock previous to December 10. On that dav at about 6.30 Wl!h hard taboui mpN&rclj DM "" p.m. he opened a door to the dining room in which the clock r Jir * "*" was kept and was going off with it when he was surprised B§JOI pa-tain* sentence. His r> by a servant. L rdshi,, said tin: he had mad*'' Hardinx put up the successful taken the clock. He subsequent!) enquiries and had gathered that J %  '* h,had got into bad company in f* ,r Never-Never-Land hunts the Reds defence that this servant was not sure that the person who stole the clock was he and that he *H ,it a certain shop in the neighbourhood having drinks al the time he WH supposed to have committed the offence. The verdict of -Not Guilty" dram frum His Lordship the comment that he did not think it was in keeping with the evidence. Gwendolyn Wiltshire wh< fsted him CrossExamined Whin cruss-ex.mined, he -eiterated his previous statement that Wiltshire ha.l told him that Harding was the man and not that looked tike the man A statement which 11.. i Ui gave in the Police M Court al the preliminiry hcarii'H ( • was read to the Jury. In this he Waii\j lecent years and had embarked <• career of crime. "1 hope", he .Id. •'that when KU serve the s.nt nces which I unpose upon yoj, you wiU realise iial rime does no. pay and will lomc out a irformed character. ItreiikiiiK. Larceny The other .sentence was Imposed pro DO Hi i that _. %  goat fr JM rard rhi was whits .mud the 1 ut Hi,goat and no one could tell her what ha) It. Later she went to the %  i o| the police that he looked like the %  vny •" Wj n*und u It.. ,, f h ai1 • i he. this week f hreaking into Shah. Legal.' KUALA Lt'Ml'UU M ndaj N u %  .: .. Br.tlah .%K>nn-:i to h. U *nfl m lajnVu ile*~o ID •cnivft, and sflM :.-.! I.* UM %  sragsfeM i( n-i< .i -L-ii. gasa .i.;.> mr ma %  1 'rAxt tot aio..ins lo ~i i t-miuui Mi ... I %  % % % % %  | %  !. %  %  HI \ \ Hits TBLL %  %  ui* tn >'i i ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SI1.KH CUBIOB A1TI VCNIIBHOB BEUAS. JOY Ml IAS Y AUTISTIC A* CURIOaiDAI>ES T&AIUOS | uE LA 1NIHA CHINA BJirro TH ANI S rr W v! nu| H J CHRISTIAN SCIENCE f READING ROOM OUR ONLY rRKACHKRS K. %  %  t. I : SlMi \ \ i | Mi Mil MIX OKI One f ths i h • I %  A group 01 MatlMvaa ooliea is in: ui cross tho ncarci i %  ppoinied ;. idnmi • %  > f*i 00 ... In /.MU,. r UM W*i OB* I | ^ U' II t I. it *er K.lin 1 srhra ambu i u aa oainii'd e ir at about 8.30 p.m. she was In the kitchen p!" ,,-..,,!,,, when Augusta Hunte. another ^ servant left her in the kitchen and closed the door which allowed for exit from the dining room to outside. A few minutes later she heard the sound of a clock as when it was about to alarm and looking into the dining room, she saw Harding leaving the dining rupm with the clock in his hand. He dropped the deck when he hud been surprised and its. At this stage the for the asjdjaiica %  leard tit.,! thnt %  December 31. and stealing a wrist ' : For his defence Handing called watch -nd two gold ^ value, „ %  *g Errol Jordan as a witness. Jordan *"'. !" *._' !" _i? *!?*? d * nvo Oo Arltntsa for tha Id he knew absolutely'nothing *•*; P* n > f" l,ud of the case. When questioned b. Harding as to their being in bus an evening together, he SJ he did remember being with h vening but he could not re^.^i",".. and member the date. Anotbar witness Psfdval Q|ttens. a shopkeeper of the riistriri. Id that one night H irding told Walrond had five previous condefend victlons for house breaking and ua|V 4 .,, lsreeny and three for petty larpny. His last sentence lor hoi, V. .1 III |, t he sold the 1111 |0 on Jan(onduclor'ti Inquest Adjourned No JiiriMliclinn %  court, Mr t'ltigcraW Jacki -i Bi i Nnvamhar, IW4*. *hcu he ,was r, r lll(k ,. r Sl( b„utt..i ihm the • Lai \\;> vtuirir. Mnteiued to live rtars. Out from ftChrcti Sj prLson m 1W. \Val..i -month sentence in January, point ol Idci I; SURE RELIEF FROM ; PAIN AT LAST. \ I BOOTS FAMILY LINIMENT 5; ii~i aaH ... • %% I.IKlll-S "M She ,.,d .t ti,.i Una ih> liahii :'JSV b, '^"',^?„ h .k TZ£$£ that he was ihere that evening him he had been arrested for H* 1 ^ . _. ...... pi v '" ( house breaking and larcrny the His 1-or.lship told him lhat h. h-.d vail., The %  i were turned on. She added that on December a she had been at Cobham's home when she heard a knock. It was Harding and he told her Ui it Mrs, Cobham had sent for the bicycle. She told him that she bad N-.II ,, given no such Instructions and she V 1 *.?".?, would have to call a witness. Harding, however Obatl i II such formalr-i plied with, he would not trouble himself to get the bicycle. On the day following the evening when Harding had run after being surprised with the clock, she saw him along Bank Hall and V'f on seeing her he changed his raita and went in a different direction. She again saw him on December 13 and pointed bun out to Cpl. Yearwood. Under cross-examination she denied telling Cpl. Ycrwood that Harding looked like the man but %  aid Bba had told Cpl. Yeurwood Uial hr w the man V ,i uric Cobham v> ho next gave evidence told the Court of her being called I net ..:. Gwendolyn Wiltshire and told or ent and added thai she %  BW the elOOk where it had been drofvped on the steps. wnlli ruesUon • %  the .,, n III the G< aq bad record Apparenuj Lee fell from the ...ii .iiiiiot keep out %  To the Cuutt he Mid tl it he geM, -1 have made enqul would take one about four mmrboul >" u ,UKi unoswstand you are i utes to go from Cobham'* to htl •"* worker, but Just The poinl from Ul)UI ^QP caBDOl keep your hands irom prosecution has that hi head n< lied o March Reulien Greaves of B ink Hull people's property. the curt hai II Iht I l %  • %  saei ir sa also said hd had wen llanline t ln lhls %  * y**" bruk """ said he na^seen "^'n^al ^^ ^ ^^ ^ a vou lrf h ,. 7 p.m. till closing time. bmke and i the house of a young thai woman who apparently was in then he valt* i.tiaiteiied cirtumsUnces and stole not be I i.. %  uld her most valuable poss* "Nelson" Due Monday rut It MS Lady Nelson Is expecle*! to arrive here on MoiiThe H.n.hnu .il-n i -i.l*i I-.' m Haynes. an agricultural labourer, to give evidence on his behalf. Hiyncs said he went to (Uttens' shop at about 8 p.m. on December 10 and saw Harding there. Another witness Doreen Harding who was summoned for the did not appear at Court In his summing up to the Jury Ui ",y morning from Canada via the Polloe Lordship told them the case (hc Bliusn Northern Islands with Jurisdiction : I b} Cp) V. and l| would be dangerous to ti accept the cuitui" ol this wit* %  Mid lint lie bought that whue goat. "Therefore I submit that Menu' AeaUon has not l>een proved and n. mine Ihli Mi %  a %  • irauung oi UM !• %  .rt ii. S j **Fr Kheunulism. snult. i SUIT Neck. SUN J.mi> I BprsJJM. Bruise-. I niirokm v '%iiiiMaho.. etc., applj Ihef 5 tly, and ruel S s .' rr Nrurltk. spplj UM LUll-S %  %  .. ii,...Hi-, led i .i [, \ N-h.df I N | m m re ii< i D A a Miriam Jackson (3Bl ol I told the %  : %  l %  II ee together | i when he It n depended to a great extent on pasM n „ cr 0 nd cargo. matter." Mr. Ihanekei said, whether thoy believed Wiltshire. she will be leaving port during In confirming the decision Their %  ''''' He pointed out that as the dislhp ni M ttlt u l|llS |, Qulana vn Honours said that they were %  — ••-.-._. he wee' tance from Oittens 1 shop to Cobham's residence was only-about four minutes journey >nd Harding COUld hiive had ample opportunity lo leave and return. Harding was found "not guilty.' the .ii d ALSO OBTAINABLE IN GREEN & TRANSPARENT AM v Vin.it, Ciieiitlii and Tnwfatlfflpd thut Hi.1'^ dad Sho is eoaaanM u, Mean, had JurUdlrtlon arai provad the mdent-e ol I rdin.'i An..In c. I-I.t DECREE ABSOLUTE the Court for Di "CARIBBEE" TO BE DRY DOCKED The ItHJ-ton motor vessel CarlbbM iex|ie<.ed to be dry docked over the afek and 1"> • i. | %  %  Poli.e Ma| of the a in i 1 %  ) % %  • t i' i" and H'"er..i repairs and irou|H' Remove Ihe Unt spftl] i I tie >hl L ream wliei, 1 Liniment has bei S and covei aruri i lean 0 e lor nnmchiUa. 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SATTRDW YI.VRC1I 8 lSi BARBADOS ADVOCAH i\i,i until Sugar Expert Gets FAO Post PORT-OF-SPA1N. Man Mr. WaltCT Scott. Consulting r r Technologist, of Trinidad Landon, well known far circles, has accepted an ignment from the Food and ncullure Organisation ol the Ited Nations to render technl•.sslstxnc* to the Republic of Salvador (Central America) the development of Its cone [ar industry. dr. Scott wtU MTV* as one mbcr of a two-man team r other member will be an nomist. As a technologist, Scott's job will be to survey equipment ;ind processes of country's sugar mills, and to Ommend WU1 and means for irovement. While eosn* I vador's number one crop. Br Is also of primary imporb in ttM i.-onomy of the titry. lis initial visit for a period of roKimatefy four month Ha o.> to leave foi El Salvador In near future Ir Scott's recent report on i Industrial Uttlir.it ion of jar Cane By-products, pre•d for the Caribbean Comsion. has gained attention In fer-canc producing area* Bnd the world. The fomml'I has released a French Jon. and many requests for :• nish edition hnve been H> B SIX NATSCVS IN TUROPEAN r ^ r r\5F COMMUNITY' HH 1952 Hopeful tor Guadeloupe he MI l&i2 lia?. opened very •fully for primary education iuadeloupe The reports shut i; ruction is to start, right %  on three new rural schooL", Mtuated at Baic-Mahault. an|r at Tron-Kivietes, and yel ther at Goster. Then Uaate • be a boys' school at MorneCau. with room for fifteen •es. and n school to weeomlate twelve classes to be built it. Louis on Marie Galante. a etidcnry ..( Guadeloupe. Acty the cornerstone for the •ne-a-1'Eau school wi> laid v in January,—a few. days ft the opening of another new >ol in the St. Marie district Capesterre This new school Capesterre is a boon, the dren of the St Marts district riouslv having had to make F a journey into the town to Od school. In addition to ' new buildings, other exions are reported. In St. le three new classes have a opened. For the present. r classes will work part time, s curricula reduced to essenfiudies. alternating with three Br classes, until the complsi of the building intended to JL' UsStn. Finally, it Is underKi that .lu'.iiciiitj is awaited n the Ministry <>r Education •arts to start thirty-three other classes. So far. our corresgent adds, forty-live new astnl teachers have been relied lo cope wish the increased lent rolls. 'ilmv-flat Picasso Hark 'lo Fight Ft. ^%M winn BARlaV F*a*M. i Pablo I'uasso Is 1 trouble. • two IrtmL*— w.U* iho Paris hoostng eu' t Prvnch R> >*al Academy. the] PNux Art. PVataso owns three Hat* it I paajai A of it) ihrestens to requlthat he livos i ii \ear in his house In Vallaui i : HitSouth of France. onuramin has gome Pi lo tight Utc A .:' %  : %  chase near Vallauris off a seventeenth cntur> chapel which he threat, in converl mtn nn antlieligio. museum The) have ..-ked ihe Go v ern m ent to classify th. -. % %  ; %  historical monui Kijm Job A I l.nry driver From loined Uncoco In an important rapsjcil wh.ii ins own kwells dav ar i i don't knasa .11 th,.i ink In • i-ik it." What £I.MC year. inclining ullowaiices and all tax free They uia) If oim. or nir %  Mi.., %  str HesM %  % %  VMdnak) "Not i good House of (.'ummi.ro. man.' French Pn 1 PlevenThen passdj a n t. hreel. • %  rap*. '< few YOLANDE POMPEE 'Please uoh't am. I rho laaattaM ee I the her age %  123 LONDON. Feb. 19 His n.nlh victory in England in Mine proIefcMonal tights earns for 22-yoar-old Trinidad-born Yoiande 1'onipoe the t i t I a Sportsman of the week. Tha latest victim of the iwi terror from the West ladles was Dutchman Willie Schagcn who ced lo retire, the refret Hupping the light, in Uie u-nth and llnal round at Harrmnny on T'.H |dsQ %  although not nunvencaD) impressive, havo % % %  ,' %  :. UfliHv built, gd looking Pomrgdlng contender for UN tMiMT-weight title l %  ,.. U lor U % % %  i. ,. i.. %  the distance. Yet the amazing .t Pom pee has had only ] professional experience. Hi a r rt TSjd In England rarly Davtsaj won the cralserweight championship of the West Indies after only six lights. LittKcould BBj h.i\c guessed lha reputation which wu to bo lag months. His Irst Aght in England wus 5 1 l.iver|MH>l in July. Sammy Hide Of Nigeria wns the^ %  vutiin." and pdnypre forced hun to reliie in th in Trinidad. Pompee excelled in all sports—except basting As t fast bowler, he was liable to run through a side. As a footballer, he played .:. .n pos ft kios asctpi giKilkLfpcr. and as a basket-ball player, ho was above average It was not until he was 19 that he was persuaded to enter tha ring. And then it was only supposed to be a temporary entrance. Whitlen Semper, ihe West Indies intrrcoloniiil amateur champion, w.inted a sparring partner, and with no one else avallnhlc. pfimpeo agret-d to nil the bill. He shaped up so well that %  temper's trainer advised him to tOkO up tha .-.purl seriously. Although not over-keen he agreed. And with overwhelming success After only ten fight* he was anuliur champion of Trinidad. The natural result of all tin* warf thai Pompee should Join the paid ranks, which ho did in 1. And once again success came quickly. it not altogether easily. star "Jean Marals's performance He won lour rights, the last ,n (he Raogw .. BaMUuinlcus against the Cuban uhamptf. It on i. Kaoui Ochoa. and urns nomlnaleo |o pi as chatlenger for the Trinidad and West Indies titles held by Gentle Reward tor Srrvue Duigl The i-on test Ferii.inUo^tlie home 4ta*fM in S.., A '" ,t; %  Uiwn .If nog th. ickcUi Sonny Itainadhin by Ihe way—and for the Brat and only time in Ins career tu date l'uini-' failed to orbs, lie BIH beaten on points Bsgf ilfiecn ii>iiini> But such was tillmerit of If is performance lh.it .. teturn match was arranged and this time INimrice reversed the decision. Local opposition hiving beer exhausted. Pompee decided I cogoo '" Brudand Hoi not withdre** Out KIVII |ipnrtuiiit> haot to regain his title. Again the nght ""i; vent to the fifteenth round but Ia"w Peril. rvojsuTBjed W pUonbei niici a s|". with %  fi..ticket f"i When lie n-ceived tinbill il read • Four i ours spent at the thoalro at master piumi-i ralos — 1.JO0 fraoea. cloukrooni and proSJ^WUna —150 tMtncs, inn m by Tube—120 francs task-ion Poll ^•l.l. t-tket! Fiigners .... Holbrn i... L. I.f .1 :i.i I.-il... time Pompee applied the finishing touch with n K O. His rorly ngha Fn=ls.. fbowed him to l*c promise He had a natural aggressive spirit and a damaging ritht Dan hand punch Sinethen he has hnv. ; ''' !.. i. >.i Worse dras*eM''s .dot :• %  s KtrM 1 opvrlght Rewrve4 x '' 1 — 1..F.S. \JtTactfully Modtrn Ljislitictly Woheley At aortal eventi you'll are %  gap) tin' can arrive With ttV digoily whkh ouiuhes tinnw.'i.ui of thr •• aagsSja. When you posw- s Woawlry you will own car dial rxprrvi iiMJrn Kvlinj; ji people of good last' pre*T il -in Vv\ inf-itor (.omfiiru wrucli piutlaisnM egfsai ^ga. in and rest whilf f — • FORT ROYAL GAAAGE LTD. Pboor 2385 Sole Diilributon Phone 4504 TO-MORROW BEGINS MARGARINE WEEK BUY A PACKAGE OF GLOW PREAD TABLE MARGARINEYOULL BE DELIGHTED WITH ITS QUALITY AND FLAVOUR "PEEK FREAN" IHIIM \IVS HE.ST INMIITSI OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STOKES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS &. APPETISING fly by Constellation *• •aj ...And Sav $258.50 On "OH Peak Far-s Your flight by pi. nn/rd d>: aavat you days of travelling tsnM axtM lime • da and saa more on busuu* You ralaa In dcep-M-nted cornfut. sjhjoy i meais aaafl naaltima drinks In rurhl hi


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SATUKIIW tlVKCII s. 1SS2 HAKUAlrOS ADVtM Ml I'M.I >I\IS SECRET PLANE SHOCK SlirtRMAKIM SWIFT—(Ac Otic Ml pic(rf fir*, awa) no Iron Curtain gets barred news By Group Captain HU6H DUNDAS Ministry Security Officers are conduct an urgent investigation into the publication abroad of information about Britain's new top-secret AIR to jet-tighter, the Supermarine Swift. The plane, abuul which uolhniK ni.iv DC written In this country, iiibeen dewribed in detail by the Swiss flying mana/ine Inlmivi.i —which circulates beyond the Iron Curtain. Inltiiis ia, published in (icneva in German. Spanish, French, and Knglish, has .iKcnft and distributing ODOM In 1l countries, including O.mmiinisl Hlinonrv %  %  \p. ru -' %  ktu ... %  nogrtptai and vctinnai i ninn ribbed leltd %  V % %  mine % ma Mnli not ter. .1 aie 1M *to it i accurate ami l nnot ludac might be m Help for .heir n pifk %  .rnerB in .use armanff) an I > a ting des Table 'u *h< tighten The Bsvt' par a. UW •TCd-Of -he H ^ 1 •r.tain'* .!.01S In ufi 41**1 thai en be given about ic stil 1 is -hat n iv i ototyp. nun. hou>a:r..,irta. .1 ...i have But Inters. .. flaa aeiaita ii oMuinnuofl %  noun tin*dimension* equtpmetr an-! I [| ...v : (1 %  %  annum* il vhlol) U n *rnu an afanoal revolutionary improvement on -he 30 mm cannons which tor the n**i 11 year* have neepj Manriurd . a HAP kainu Over the MrC A ion %  IHN-.I li.nnilv e\ireedina %  %  M> .1 Onlv on. BW1II nit* so far down Thai one was damaged in a lorc-d iiind.ntf last September and U BM . la.ru in Use %  tnd il.nht tnaU iMiaercd and a few %  iii-ti'al %  %  %  % %  I" I • ' \t I %  n,-ntvi oinr ve*r .. ( n k11 %  Itni D> Inirravia* cortWDODdM U i %  %  %  The twins sav . and Robert l > LwlTM 01 HMrtan ioit| loniBh' ra* verv Mniple We -.i. from publ!cai!^-< *ori* of technical an i i naj UJ DM thai A, Ba fi ai iM %  I ib irom uia **fc-r t] •rmar.ne SHI %  w> M an tacia and detail* .-minerled wliii :h.nea VPo which we could nnd ID aviaUon rnaa. | "Lou i>t drta'.li % %  ii*c-l b*rora *ftT nimroB Kl IN rea.1 I l a new larmrv waa sta U prndaa* JOnua. giaaa kw %  • MfM t*pe ot Jet p!j* aatd •• nad read earlier UiaUM ann*ne n-w plane would be t.-ii [iirmertF whwn in .re ua*d l aa therefore MT u> Altai aon of auna the I hae" Inquiry goes on • 'mpiaii Hug* Dmnttat o •Mtianed wiUi >. nation The ; .1vr.miofu in the m M fact not • • aucn •a, ton J radii' and armour otatin** %  i • IMt the dene • II iDubllahed HparmariiM i u invalid 'in' W5 11 never *a*an opavMaonal i. irea whether mam nave onme aa a %  in* Brftlah aim %  iirce will Ix *uu toutn out 0.000 Ifomelts* In Saigon UOOcf, Indochina. March 7, PoUM rovorted 6.000 homeless in Silicon's China Town today after i> Bra aaid to have started when a ritual lamp used for ancestor v.tuBhlp overturned, setting flre to taboo housee, The Are which broke out during the night spread rapidly among tin highly Inflammable homeBERMUDA SPENDS TOO MUCH —Butterfield BERMUDA, March 6. Warning that Bermuda was Njicnrting too much to maintain its 'ugh NUndarrl of living was given t>> lion. 11. D. Butterfield. one of the colony's *—^a; bankers who revently attended the Commonwealth Finance Conference. He said that despite Bermuda's Urge contribution to the Central Sterling Pool and its apparently healahy financial position, loans %  "I the colony's two banks at present amounted to five million iiunds. compared to under one million pounds six years ago. Our way of life is too high", he .ml "We are spending too mnch and we an going to regret Unique Butterfield aaid the colony Is unique because it produced hard currency for the Central Pool at | rate seven times gt U.S. Tourists Spent Experts Fight $108,000,000 In 1951 Crop Killers ;TRAVELLERS from the United States are tuminff more aim ii.nn' U> \hv ('.II ihlH..ii. Central and Smi'.h AnicriIRAQ, March 7. The deadly locusts begun U CI lor their vacation travel. This is shown in information The Government stepped up the pearmg tn South Iraq toward* th received from the Travel Division of the Department of " en locuste, a scourge since the end of February nnd they hav Commerce in Washington. According to the rTT","," ......w... %  "-:%  "• "". -•*—V after wave, they -weep in froR-. ing numbers. United _M.it.-> li.nellers ^spent^S 108,000,000 in this hemisnfl-rich Kuwlt and vast expansephere during the first half of 1951. Thla waa an appreciable Increase vei tlic similar period that year before, when the figure waa $t,0O0.000 .... Significantly expendlUiM „ time of Nebuchadnezzar. Wave nince been coming in ever-increas'"' after wave, they 'weep in frosr. In Now a vigorous In the southwest against the scavengers of crops They come to lay their eggs and and fertile land is underway in itlcted by the Bull Unes steamlnto hp neart of nd th |np rcmQto Inv(nrw of n^ah ^Z „*£. ^^r.,^ 1 ^.^ TO nvi by science twentieth u d Munt.dq J* !" S*Zj*?2£2b !" &ecnturv poisons and spotter, in Cre^ hav pqulpmorn. %  Ration Iwpi. Their rddylng flight '5 wherr lor the plague ti lor KW . Slgninc.ntly, lrU mwiU. two moilel. ol company "1" '""' ""''" %  %  ; %  -' %  '"•' %  !"- %  '-• %  raj. to Eu^p. * and dver,,;.n, SSZ -gg-y experU using W.lale <-*£?**££! %  i "tiding decrease The Bull Unes are also Talkie pwriods, dropping sponsoring a similar exhibition In from H* i in the first halt Chicago of IBM to |7i, Lyttelton Answers Question On C-D.C, Expenses Grant I in i:-i.\t 11. .l AaaivAi.x TRi*nn-\rvJ. D-v. N I. W Mltlrl. Welch, m ST VINCBNT: This was to lBth February Mr. J. Morrison . c ni P*'" Br n Fnun DOMINICA — ^ L BetKn. ..rtlur Fnrser. Doui a Anenu J """ sl" | l"> %  "" n R rnaii OUIANA— M Krrderlck.. P *• HilvA Da Hllva. I rjiii. i am. *t am. i T Glenn. S ounn. exeira, C atepl--non. liipiVlure. (or THIMTOAD urran Ciardner. I^.hert. OarSi n-iBi. Paula F^nwl BjMf %  • i,et Maiia-et Wernar. Jn Fleel. S.ii riecK Msam aeaar Oiae lrvlna. M p.V..IM BlrkmTre, Jean M Beryl BUoon O^t Fonrat MV apMrman. Allan Outram. John • %  i.uou.oou in die first six months of 1951... The Travel a^B feels thai this growing intenast v1 United Slates hoUday travellers in their own hemisphere is due in part tc increased transport facilities, as well as to the adverti inn campaigns which several Caribbean and Latin American countries have conducted In taw Un.ied State* News of one such advertising effort has recentB*e. received the effect that during the month of (Conservative', Salisbury) asked ^ %  f one of the better known the Secretary of State for the New York Fifrh Avenue stores deColonies on what grounds It was voted ten show windows to a dlsdecided that the expenses allow-f play intended U. attract visitors ance* for the Colonial Develoi to the Caribbean .... Main feament Corporation should ture of Hi.window exhibits was granted for the Board as a wholi a asUcttiuri "f articles mnnufacand not Individually to the memtured i n the Cariobean ...These bers includi.i the well-known broad tarinir .iii straw hats, made In Mr. Lyttelton Secretary of! PUert'. Hlco and the Dominican State for the Colonies replied: %  epu' lie. together ^\\h maracas. A block allowance for entertain-' table %  ..ts and screens made from ment expenses was felt to be' eocoi .'. palm leaves, mahogany more appropriate tor the Board. otnaiii'iits and utility household Individual members are. hi fit tin,: ashtrays and Sower pots ever, entitled to reclaim actual J_ •a* bamboo and gmjrds, and simltravelling and subclstance ex-„ nn—rtu.*lor DoM }J* 5| A l _' David lltcms . The colour film penscs incurred on their own l t' r " d i.i ^""'' Ued Holiday in Puerto Rico account wfien travelling on be-T H £ ,ANriGUA [ continuously In one of the half of the Corporation. rx.n. Wan, inoberi.. Judse AU-. The exhibition was —B.C.P. .nder cooi !*""!"• AK .l.U.IZI.Vfc' SELECTMON JVJEfV MATERIALS INCLUDING SHARKSKIN. SHOT h MOIRE TAFFETA ROMAIN CREPF.. CORDED ROMAIN. fc CREPE de CHINE ALL IX MOST KUCBtAime COLOURS. PRICED* FOR QUICK SALE. BE A WELL For T VINCXNT Nena t'a-mon. AnaaU Oonaalve. Hiv.n Fur PUERTO BtCtV Samuel Marhalt. Mania II... i Sari'll. Halen Kaflell. Frank Oamrall. Evalyn Damrell. Jotin Htnnn Harbour Log IN CARLISLE BAY Seh. Mary E Carol II Seh Wonderful Marea llei.riella. Seh Ktnanuel C. On don. Seh C*ni a Canllh, Seh United Pllarim Beh Rainbow M. Srh TAB Van Sluyoiian Seh Cloudla B Seh I n.i.jd II. s.i. Philip II DavMbon Lady Norlaan, Seh Zila Woiuu llarnell Whillaker, Scb Qlta M EntarpiiM H St V Lady Juy. Ilioaraplwr. S3t-h. W I. Burtcla. ASBIVALS SS. Lady Rodney. 4.1 Cap! A LaOUnr. Irom Bi M V Alnellfiook. BBS lulu n< W (-.-. from BrlUnh tiiiiaiia I'l IM Srh D-Orla.-. SB Uitia net C-pi i../.iim. lor BrlUah Guiana TOWELLING 36" wide in BRIGHT STKIl'IS al -J i,l pr. yd. TOWEL SETS In GIFT PACKAGES per set tlO.OO MAIDEN FORM BRASSIERES MOST SIZES ARCOLA DRESS SHOES WITH CUBAN HEELS BROADWAY DRESS SHOP BROAD STREET. s If you knew her secret you, too, could be more charming, lovely, attractive .sod ihe secret ot hci anracuveiar" II Odo-fto-No. Don'i let oflendios umieraim odour ipoel youi natuiat fr-'hne.' e Odo-Ro-No ..(•!> paaj aaaa)V ration and odour for a full 24 boun O Odo-Ro-No ttsyi rreamv longaf -never gi gritty even in open (ar. e No deodorant crram ii so harm lest to fabfia at Odo-Ro-No. O No deodoraot cream Is gander to even arniidrs .km. and h is SO •aey to ass. 0D0R0-D0 TO-MORROW BEGINS MARGARINE WEEK BUY MELLO-KREEM MARGARINE TO-DAY FROM YOUR GROCER AND ENJOY COOKING THE ECONOMICAL WAY



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PU.I II1IR n\lin.\l)()< \DVOfATF. SATURDAY. MARCH . 1932 MKM!M)S^AU>(Mli: *._—i • f !" ._.i Saturdav, March I IM British Guiana And NOBODY'S PAPER SERVIETTES HOI SI: IIUMM, HBI i human famili. >me There is no man w§ llt wor )i and ,l: < ntf a home Without paying for nent* are I anyone might be excused Yet they Barbados where the mentiiht ;,,,nothing hi eooatdand b) ——j thoufhtful people to b| on thr bacntn. Wishful thinking has -.,, houses and hopes have been raised that building sociually succeed where others have failed • %  -nee. The truth is that building societies can help men and women to become their own landlords. But they I Jnot vrava magic wands and pftselM i vi ryone with a home next month for so many dollar* a month. The In tloffl to be removed is that building %  ooietiea build homes They do nothing of the kind. They lend up to a certain percentage ol Hn> Mai cost of a home b borrdWats, who can the Society's Rirvoyoti and directors as to their title daadfl to a property on which buUdln] take plaea or has already taker, heir ability to provide tenuity rot the money which is loaned In Bavbtdoa to-day a build.:ni h n I lormed a short white sfl %  and it 1 <'xperience confirms thi made raeanUy by Mr. WUUam Cash, ol tha Abbey National Buildimr Society "f the United K that the Oral requirement of building %  of ten applicants ror lo i the Barbadi* Building Society wtn discovered to hava soaiethlng wrm their title deeds. Another applicant made the mistake of beginning to build a house on land whate tha ownership had not yet tabUahad and t h ereby increased the fees which had to be paid before llth d eedi could be procured The onus of checking title iU-* > but no buildint' society here or in the United Kingdom will advance money to intending purchaaen or builders of homes unless the title deeds of the land and property arc legally valid. In Barbados the budding society does usider the absence of valid title deeds any mort than %  temporary obstacle but it is important that all those contemplating loans from the building society should realise that clean title deeds are a first eaeential. Another important prcrequurite f. %  tha %  ucceanfu] operation of a building society in the opinion ot Mr ("ash is a Town and Couniiy Planning Act A building society cannot afford to lend large sums of money to an individual who wants to buy a bou.se in %  certain neighbourhood, unless it can be certain that an oil storage tank or .1 pioneer industry will not bo < %  next door, othciu.the would have no means of evaluating a property and no rtandarda for deciding how much can be loaned upon • 1 lea. Once these two fundamental principles have been established the operation of a building society depends on the amount of money available for loans. In Great Britain in 1944 there were 817 permanent and 88 terminating building societies, with 203.900 and 10,000 share investors respectively. The share capital of the permanent societies was £584.308.000 and of the terminating £ 919.000. Their 1 %  % %  c.itni.9;i2.nmi .md £900,000 respectively and their other Investments £2SS f 3S7,0N and £242.000. Comparison between these societies and a society in Barbados which has a capital of approximately $10,000 would be ludicrous. The first step to be taken here is for Intending home-owners to contribute towards the building society which is already in existence and increase its capital to a size which will enable it to increase its loans. All building societies are formed with the object of raising by the subscriptions of members' funds, out of which to make advances to members upon real estate by way of mortgage. The advantage is that everyone who joins may in course of time become his own landlord. The society in Barbados was formed to promote this co-operative methd of houseowning Its success depends on the support it receives from people who want to own their homes. Ikr llriiirus T Paris PARIS, March 7. Genami Dwight Eisenhower returned Friday night from %  five-day military inspection tour of Greece and Turkey and said he was highly encouraged by the In those countries. He said "I found very AM spin: and morale. I think they feel like the real of us that this work we nre doing will mean peace." The Allied Supreme Commander described as latinthctory hli talks with Greek and Turkish mi!itar\ I < nhower's Sew here from Naples where he conferred with United States Admiml'Robert B. Carney. Southern Commander of Atlantic Pact Forces and Italian officials.—U.P. Federal ion IN *! % %  '•• of British Ol ITat Indie*. Ine Secretary (or the Colonies has re.1 country to send a representative to federation talks which anlo be he: (une. *- %  ) Id.li.ri will no doubt follow mth interwt the stand B.0 will t-ki;it the %  If she ftends a delegate to London Hut UM ;iveroe Guiana** la in.11 and II 100 per cent l-hind th> ture for objecting in pi H (i l--in federated with the West bKUaa. PoUawlng I argunvnt thai they adduce against (..:,! .1 I B.C. in not convinced that she has anything to gain from political federation in the Weil Indie* and prefer* to slay out of It until at least a beginning ha* been made. She i* not HJtWfltd that there in the will among the leaders to make federation a succes*. There 1* o lot of squabblta* among politician* and I that the lack of unity of purpose and personal antagonism would %  l %  I'lie major reason for Ihci. objection is the granting Cat Sts -,rat> in l ral colon v. They contend that %  •< %  > %  > nuart I" on a bai* of complete •qualit) wiih Trinidad and fgmslca having If seaU and nine—a* oompar H.G.'* *ix—would mean that those me* would have ah*olule power to do as they hk< Britwh Guiana tays that he has a lot of problem*—drainage. Irritation, tea and rival nita—with which the We>t 1 nfamlDar. Her leaders doubt that then is moii%  ,-.. • (i IO develop Hwi country, which %  83.000 square nJJai m area or *everal Una UM -,/, ,,( the W.sl Indie*. They want population and it would take a considerable -.urn of money to rteI land m order *o thai H could be beneficially occupied by immigrant*. They must be satisfied that the money would be forthcoming for development WOrfe or I'lue there would be no point in joining tho federation They could only hope to become a Dominion later. Thirc Ml the <|uc*Iion of contimental doaUny. There is a long range policy BOt lik.lv |o bf fanplenMBiteil bnm< %  • %  uh Guiana ha* great expectations. The Idea U that a large stretch of B.G touches Brazil on the South and Venezuela on the north and thrre is hope for trade between Uicne countries and B (J By II O. ill PBAHM %  eat of Uili trade would be a slow process, Uiey realize, but there ha* been a dMKUHion between the Governor* of the i pa and the Briuab Qn -nd u u Ukaty thai Norn-Hun* fiuitful %  not Mead lo bo MM pawn in a Indian politician*" u a aort of %  laaaa. A-, UM Guumese *ee It. IB hope for development lie* In attracting American air! Canadian capital to develop the ( the country because Ui UM I'SA. and Canada, thenbj not only the capital, but the techriouired I" do the job Mure than three quarters of the j under forest and U is POCKET CARTOON h, oMiM! LANCASTF* %  t-fi ring up lft forrmi ClOJOf *( I'll ewi 'hat if -.hat they develop those b not i niv want •taal 10 manufacture ply wood, charcoal on a large scale and paper pulp. The Guianese argue that if they could densoa "floeo uiduttttai, hydroelectric power would farilttnte the t n' ilimi of new indn provide employment for many thousands of people. Such davolopment would require large capitul which is not available in the West Indies. It is a popular Guianese view that It would be difficult for West Indian* to appreciate the problems of British Guiana which ore so different from those of other colonies H<; %  (ion Ml fairly sound and Uiey are pr<>Bressing slowly but Should they be fortunate to get American and Canadian capital they hope to be able to devetoo the country and secure self government "Population follows development and they believe Out they will get the people who they get development. Recent negotiations over a rk ooat ga et with the West Indies di-i not create u favouiable ImpreMon on the mind* of the GuianeM They establish the fact that the agreed at a conference accept a lower price than the. thought Ihev were entitled to an to their amazement, the W.i islands decided to go to arbitration. The fact that they wei awarded higher prices by the ai bitrators proved their claim tlv tti. v wagaj entitled to highei price They feel thai the W.I. representative* in the negotiation did m show a spirit which was conduct* to federation and made B.(. SfOndOt what would happen in an maJotaatMsaa wboro they wore P' the mercy of the West Indies. British Gu.nna thouuhl that U West Indiea realized Ui -t %  ("• sfsjr, they sold rice i bwar ih.ii world Baarfcel prici to British Qulana'i lam I made a bad conu-act. they say. an had to stick to It. "The WoM li die* do not allow equity to com into the picture and d>. to regard the people of B.G. %  brothers and sister*." Guianese read of West [adlai being put out of Trinidad and tin wondered If that is considered i Trinidad to be the spirit of fodo* ation. Thev heard that tourist Iiad been induced by bad prop, g-inda to remain In the West In dMMJ and not to go to BrltLih Gui ana. They on their i nothing against the West Indie and they are disappoint" stories that are told U> tourtl which are complete fabrication intended to harm the rountr\ am take away the U.S. and Canadia* dollari which they need Juat %  much a* any of the West India. Islands. Even on the field of sport tti Guianese have found reason.fobjecting to B.G. being tt with the West Indies. The. that they find the West Indian at titude was, if B.G. got i on a team, Uiey should be cor. tented and u* they got two, goou constder themselves hjckj W it came to appolntlnK m • touring teams, they say. a Guian cse has never been lucky to get %  appointment. A British Guian CaptatD of I West Indies Team i presumed unrhinkable. No U.K. lnKltienee On B.W.I. Federation I .ON DON In UM I.I Psaco, it i* alleged The U.K. Government havo that UM Poopfe'l United Para never glttraptod Uj txowta praaann the majority of the mltuenre on the Govcrnmei.i .1 In n '.f the territory British West Indian lighting for its to IndUOg them to ft ;froni UM British ColOerute, the Foreign Oltlce BBS." UM tttAt are thai the People's United Party, which ft* UMraent wa* made in a wag only foumied la I>ccemher. Note daUvered to the Guatemalan IMS %  moot m any way b* reKoreign Ifinlplar, Sonor Manual warded a* representative of pubc;..ii, i, strongly denying that lie opinion in British Honduras; nftal United I'arty ..l UM people of British Honduras. which Is British Honduras have repeatedly opposing 11 li parttCifjetton n made it clear that it is their wish ,. u In an) to remain within the British A.I* represenUUvo of the people Commonwealth. which assure* I ,,io|w. them their sevuiity, their pOUtt[ %  •,,. i-.m' i... ipp> glj d to • i I i %  % %  rtli BB t Ibeta Irai n meo -f Central American ii.iii totalitarian forms of govMinlsters. which took eminent, whether of Communist place In San Salvador last Octoor Fascist churaxtcr. ber. for help in 1L1 fight for "lib•ln the I place, the above-mentioned letter refers to ration from the British Colonial &A& S^S "arSVSlS tiriiuh Nt. u ii renlv lerritory by force to enter Into a British Note I* a replv. ledamtsea -f Englbh Caribbean Britain ^till stands by its ofler possessions." These alleged manto submit UM Gu.diiiLil.m dupule oeuvres have no foundation in over British Honduras to the Inreality. It Is well known to the ..i lUonal Court "f Justice, the People's United Party, and .mild new Note saysreadily have U-en verified by In Guatemala Cits. Scnor GalVouT BxoaUfl cy'i Government, ich told reporters that he had that IIMI tho UK have leeelved Uie Note, to which he never attempted lo exercise any intended to reply 1 Immediately, influence OB UM Governments or and added : "The Guatemalan Brit.sh Wi-l Indian territories. In i January OCdOT to Induce them to federate .':. IHT, that it was ready to In Bntl h the compulsory lurlsdlcfor fadOratlOTI lieat present lotion of the International Court fore the legislature, which will of justice but took exception In have the freedom permitted hy the case of the Belize problem, all democratic form* of governBrttMh luce not taken meats, to accept or reject it. r£H&eW< -: not tmidifv the question under discussion and adds nothing new |0 the preVMMM British proposals." i Central America was based upon misleading informarnlited bp i section of one ot th,p-ilitual parties freely ,:. %  I'ut sh Honduras unHrre is Uie text of the British dCff the conditions of poliUcal Note delivered in Guatemala City liberty guaranteed by UM Oej> on February 19th. 1952: _ernor and by 11 MG m the C. "I have the honour vtructions from Principal Secretary Foreign Affairs to rep>; ExceOancy-s Note of 23rd Octo-fc 0 *" .-'" a*,,,,,... bet m which wen set out th^^*' 1 b ,*. ^.„ • Ji xti of • lette, to Ihe not t i52: eruor sna oy n-.u. in T! U MMe.t l v-J ' ,h ooocludnig | r of Sir Yuiu EX r> of Male i-irp )s d ))f h th^BcUiimed by G p.ii -i HI .i] li ole, meni. m "tii a %  war -the hich dent of the (Wcicme of 1 Vn>'; %  "*''"; "., .'i''"; Amci tor Foi Clgn AC !" %  three inembem of the People's United r.irtv ,,f British Honda of .. resoluUoa approved t'v thr> Prelunlnary Iwurdoa "f Ministpparaal what a UM inuasduto %  of the pretensions of ii.>.et nnien: t.i the subject Ql WOSl tndtm FedKeeertheUua I have been dructod once more to refute M wa* done Note addressed to Your Exlie, Majesty's Government U K lurprtsi I 'ember. 1949 A. no r. ilshod a body as that COD %  '' f? viau AtTitlltude oT H.MXJ m the U.K. %  hould appea J wmventoni to lecaptt.,t ulato < %  to ihe %  bove-menUoned letter "tgned bv lluee member of the People's emted Party Thai ptrl from the fact th.iT leMM abusive ll.M.G. in the U.K and the Government "f Hn'ish Honduras, ll •its. paragraph :* whl< I i; Liatemalan Government claim that His Majesty'-men) have not fully cinied out lo-Guate%  lv uf the 3nd why then the Guatemalan Government are not pre lUOV/ their claim to b" legally adjudicated upon. In an; legal dispute it is clearly out' right and proper thai ther< should bo an examination on legal basis and adjudication Dj patetf legal tribunal, li this case the International Court Just as in private disputes he tween two individuals over tin ownership of private land, th" ordinary civil law of the count:: concerned applies, so In disputebetween two GovernmcNts ovei %  rsbjp of territorv international law applies. In the fo DMT case the proper wav settlement is for tl national courts to adjudicate i •he Msjjajl Issues; in the latter en for the international court both cases this I* the only fl .. h luat Ml I*' fulfilled. "The steps which HMO. In t-.K.. took on the 13th Febru 1948. when they empowered thi International Court of Justice tt settle nny claims that might I* put before Uiat Court oxmcemini British Honduras, was a very evceptional one, In view of the Ion, period that H.M.G. had been inundlsputed possession of this territory. HMO. In the U.K. signed a special declaration under th" optional clause for this purpose whereas the Guatemalan Govern ment, for their part, have signc the declaration under the option, clause giving Jurisdiction to th" International Court to decide disputes on a purely legal basis relating to all matters exresd tin question of British Honduras On the 12th February. 1931. H.M.G in the U.K. renewed for a further period of flv* years their offer ti accept a decision of the Intern.tional Court which woul this dispute. "It is a matter of regret H.M.G. in the U.K.. that the ilasj Government so fii ailing themselv opportunity to settle tl. which has proved a bin good relations botwesa our tw < •". cinments, should have accepted, apparently without any attempt to verify the facts, misleading and partisan statement about conditions and opti I which cannot ir any way conduce to the friendh relations winch H M G I'K would wish to see estabB 1 J. DIARY Monday Like %  IHjlwIj aJn ''"^ week I've been PffWrttrMj thicost. The way people keep on spending and spending. putting up salaries and malting life easier for everybody except me and a couple of hundred ol thousand others I'm all in favour of *-ood salaries, IM the best men; leave pasaages every three years and all that sort of thin*: That's fine But thenis a snag in it and I'll tell you more to-morrow. Tuesday—Let's begin at the top. If a Governor does his full term here maybe something will have been achieved in five years. But after 5 years what happens? The Governor goes, another comes and it all begins over again, including what's undone. What's true of the Governor is even more true of the Colonial Secretary Ol recent years Colonial Secretaries have passed through Barbados far mor. quickly than was good for Barbados. ami they all had their views about the really important things. No one would say there was much continuity about Colonial Secretaries. Mi bod*. And another thing. No sooner than they arrive than thoj ttnd themselves engaged in politic. (that's what I call the Legislative Council: a political chamber). By the ^ lime they have swotted up what's beei. going on during their absence an offei I ol another Job come* along and away ] they go having undoubtedly served but having left no guarantee that much of their service nrOffVl DO neglected < I undone by a new man with new ideas It ought to be possible to pay salarie which will keep key officials here foi longer than they now remain. Nobody the colonial service without Miiiic hope ol corniog to the top. but peoples' ideas of the top seem remark ably similar when the language usel d. Pay a good man and keep him seems a reasonable method fa] ndnimistering ;i colony. Wednesday—But nobody warna interested in reason. The Government cheerfully spends $12,500 a year on expenses of oil advis ers in an island where they are stiM looking for oil. But they let .. liisl raU.' deput;. director ol agriculture go haring oil somewhere into the interior of Afric.i when he would have been perfectlv happy to stay here at a price. Think that over and if it makes sense to you I'm a bigger fool than nobody. rhursday—Somebody made a sensible remark to-day. They asked m. whether I noticed how much easie officials of CD ,* W. lind it to frater inse with us locals than do local gov ernment officials. Answer: This has not always been at ssfany local government (officials used to fraternise more easily but perhap life was less tiresome in those days and Bajans less dull. Certainly the curret % %  boys must find society very restricted if they revolve only in official circleLord Baldwin's excursions into Bridge town and other people's adventures In Barbados seem more worthwhile. Friday—I should not be surprised to hear that the government is toying with thi idc*a of importing large quantities ot Hebrew bibles. These will not be dis tributcd but will be stored in unwanted ''"VernmetU lands like Stockton. The objects and reasons of this strang< action would be based on precedent During the 1914—18 war when th. Gas Company could not obtain coal I shipload of Hebrew bibles which hap pened conveniently to be in Carlish Bay was redirected to the Gasworks and the bibles were burnt to product gas. This is a true story: but I am not in the confidence of th e government so 1 can't vouch for their present intentions My idea at least is not more fanciful than our present gas position! The only reason why it's taking $o lone, to expand gas service is because the government has got itself all tied up with difficulties over which they had every control. It's so much easier into a mess than out again and that's why wi may have to fall back on Hebrew Bibles. Saturday So long as tomatoes can be bought a: J4 cents a lb. and sold for. 48 cents, so long will the cost of living continue to use. No merchant would want to make such profits. And now that I am spending my money on hens which won't lay. I a,m offered more | %  J I\ I can afford to eat. Sell more food, but don't buy or grow it is my advice to I they needed it! in Pastel Shades r. pm IOO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone, Hastings Ala""""" ; Ph. 4172 C. S. PITCHER & CO. Also — a iir slii|iimni of l.inen Sheds and I'M low 1 asi s A < nlliiii Slu-ds A I'illow CIIM'S DA COSTA & CO. LTD. People who KNOW —always ask for HARTLEYS jam the greatest name in jam-making NEWS WORTH BROADCASTING' ror r.i.v hi I I' UH It I'.tHTY AT TMi II 11.11 PITCH" OF hAJOYMh.XI WITH ALE WITH CHEESE .30 per Bile. IIA^SS AIX .30 per btlc. -ss STOUT— .31 and .20 WOllTIIINGTONS ALE .30 per Bile. TllloKc; HEEK CANADIAN I KKAFT CHEESE ISOUDA CHEESE EDAM CHEESE CARR'S BISCUITS SPECIAL: CARROTS 36 cents per lb. Phone G0DDARDS We Deliver %  %  % %  ::::vs.vsss.-s.::-s.w.v.::v.',v.::



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' PACE TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. MARCH 8, 1*52 Barbados Turf Club 2/ SWEEP Spartan, II.C. Draw Match SPUING MEEUM; 1952 34 SERIES told—A to Z, and AA to HH rcmphtc l.e*. Qavt T.ix | 4c if' I %  %  %  %  L'33 7S vitch) s rial r Uvua on Other Prim Divide <128.3 eachi DtrMa %  Charily Turf Club M drawing PtiM* divide follows: 17 % a 8.5 •* I I I %  1 0 4 0 %  1.0 1 0 -. n %  10 % soon 10 % %  10 %  2.0 15 U *. .11*0— Harrieon First Division football %  :i ye*terda> •tided in A one-all draw Tin an aaturad it* goal dui. %  %  %  ': >dege. wa• out*lniwarl* Alb%  •14*800 ou "•" '" ''" Colleai US**, %  ( m wa* the backbone of the team Arsenal, Newcastle Alter Teams Everton. Empin* Draw (iame lafl wing fa CottOg* excellent pi : 2.716 00 M •.732 00 *^f_ 3.740.00 %  '** % %  % %  244 I— *"' %  '' ru.ll -hen Wood. Uiei forward, beat Smith with 4t; ou 1.4M 00 1.4*6 .10 1.4*6 DO A amps I %  %  Division fixture m Qu< %  • -4lTtU\. A very notable feat .7 %  *•£' '""' **• ,h " %  ""* ,h 1 Everton timed *nl. I-ONIX>N March ,,„... nc tint half of fm Lha up (wilder* %  and half of UM %  game. %  %  lie*. With nghthalf Jo. i> m the The team* wen -MHIK Portsmouthopen.M stairBaaBari ...le unchMigrd p^i ThU p^uHw, tram a ahoi Huddir. Norvtlla, Swansea ,1 do*, range by Sealv al inside Rynne. H-rper I right llvrrton : Coliwuon V Hare Simpson *-,„ .,.,„, Umr Empirv tried wood. H**id FOWler, Archer. lo equalize, bul Everton ,-ontmDana I. N Ha .•..' %  "W '< W^** 'hem in the rirst Maw half of the game Ukcn fin Th inatd* 1 OUStlM from that which w Hi the 5th round The Um -up ill 1 McMicbaaL ... n „. Brenneri. I. Roblid. Cr 33 and Mitchell. New LoTdln For'Yoa • !" IMLMOIIVBtSOAP Follow rMj Sintpl* Hmauty Plan lhM. (or ** %  MPnda, lumit with l*lnu)ll*'ali.UKtJ|laihr RIOM> /• I I ihu l nma %  j>; r M 14 dar* II.. dvanalnf maMaga bring* tour akin fjlnutllra* faa Lot. penally Aisenal who travel (•hot by have nut been BO fortUTl FOIIR-S. inside light Logie iVZtJi r*> linfflth. coiiextrfajhi hail. """ rorb. ina %  "' ;h( ,,rul cenire forwI4.V0O 00 1 ''*' %  7,610 00 || NQ 00 line M 1.496 00 2.902 0-1 rd I* t,W. .,11 atlnrk d .e.! %  K-|I: up their nrH. Milton. International mi: the uu3 ftva mto%  ** %  nhi. win nil Logie': go two Mirta tan ntiut$ *"" 1 s baw will be play. orvd • %  winning goal "Bhl half and Coring Icadi ir i •*, College look ihe 'Hack. The expected team ith Spartan defending the S-mdon. Smith Ilanie si ..rtheni *1 and kicking againtX D,mel. Marear. COB, Mil\r, o .i-niion a %  I %  PlU laeond Priaa Thini Prize Fouith l-rixc Fifth Prize Sixth Prize svanth iM/e Kiiihth Prixa rflnth Priaa Tenlh Prize Other HorsM Divide Serial prui* divide .. SO otkar acizaa divMi Largest number of Ticket* %  %  Of Ticket. Tlnrd l-ge*t of Tickets F.-irih Inrgest numb. 0i TickeU. Fifth largest numl-r 08 Ticket* „ Six'h largrat number 9l Ticket* 22.440 00 v hu nl „ 0 wlnd wa5 blowing 7T.T".'ir Jl Spartan were flrrt to go $142,120 00 trf .mark, but Mayen. College riKht beck, dearad ball. iMiimg. Liihman and Itoper nlo Poitamouth'* onl) change i the the return of Similar at right ihe half With the exception < i Henderson at centre forward] for Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy Backache, Kidneys Strained! I"s For h*th*ndhower. geitha thtifty Rath Sue I'almollve DOCTORS PROVED PAIM0LIVES BEAUTY RESULTS has 9.5 *S •: '\ U •. 1.3 % 2 '. 1.3 % i 8*. i i;t'. 1.33% 33'" I I %  710.00 441 80 261 SO 187 00 14* 60 112.20 99.48 98 48 99 48 99.48 1,047 20 448.80 *48 41 attack. Clarke, the side is the *arn* at that which beat Newcastle 3—1 in a league match in I I No Changr Luten Will make no change. iffering from -serve Moore etulei Ql the n, I 271 60 j 673 30 374 00 74 SO 02 (ullage went into the F Tudor their Inside left, took %  hot which goalkeeper Atkins M*M OrUBta, Cofiegiinatdi right, icceived a long pd frotn Simmon*. '*e left half back. Ho Hugh M. I look a shot but Atkins was again , (r „ IBei %ot and In po*itioi t and ved nXmmf hl ,.],„,. „ Well Placed Shl iiucfi A few minute* later Spartan Blackbti opened their account. Wood. a racord n then centre forward, be.it Smith with a well placed f vjuigley. Burnley': bout star outside rlgM '*p NihU>. or nulTVt Mm Sxrvnuamrn. Ila .iollM ABUM, Khauinatliini. IlnrnI tie** .our nm r hH-.y TruM E '"• %  n J,''.'. Wrong too* anil artaJta, rout* or <"• rworfc i '""%  •s*aa of acid* and iiiar* a l.t .,i l p^-??!*^-,, i^bJ^_ •)r>tn on '' .' Help Kidney* Doctor's Way . %  100 % 7.480.00 100'* 1149.800.00 ReHults of 6d. Consolation Prlsr 1*1 2nd 3rd 4th 3th fiih 7tb 8 th nth inth 11th uih 13th 14Ui 13th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 23th 26th 27th 2B'h Merles "A" ".V Ticket No. 120U 0234 0304 4041 4554 1503 2160 2989 0718 oi g) 7049 4114 7800 7278 7393 3:'.23 5572 186) 8141 0023 2183 3434 8088 1380 8373 8841 2931 3220 H980 6340 2440 IN I 2801 7214 6273 1904 2307 2126 5976 8817 5051 5030 7347 1287 Mifii 8770 4554 1044 'J262 4068 3TS8 7936 6033 Sod 3rd 4th 3lh 6th 7th 8th oth Amount Prlie 5140.1)0 100.00 JIII (Hi 60.00 JO.IHI 30.00 L'O.ln 20.00 20.00 20.00 10lh 20.0 J ]i\h 10.00 12th 10.00 13 th 10.00 14th 10.00 15th 10.00 16th lii no 17th 10.00 18th 1000 19t n 10.00 201h 10.00 21st 10.00 22nd 10.00 23rd 10.110 Mtfa 10.00 23th 10.00 261h 10.00 27th 10.00 28th 3 73000 Seriea •C" D" TlckM No. AII14HIIII . shot which .vide of the left upright Coll-uie forwards ags into th> altack On thw P. Tudor took a well pi, which Atkins saved. Shortlv before half ti t is got in another good %  .hot from Fo( vluI ?„,,.,, Dlvlsloii South the left wing The Spartan gaine u Reading tomorrow, the backs cleared. F Tudor received leaders. Plymouth, will tx.viihthe ball, but kicked wide of the ol(l tnell kev wing huit j,.,| goal. At half time Spartan were j)ouall. Yesterday he underieJ va mst Chelsea are not likely to ehang< (lie side which won 5—1 again*! 1 w nt Leeds at Villa Park on Mount. Kcaslon Their line-up will be Hubcited shrrt „,„_ Bathgate. Tickeridge. Aimstrung. Harrii. Dixon, J. Srn.th, "Danrey. B. Smith. Bentley, Gray 5375 4851 2195 8451 1608 1001 8308 2408 9636 2290 4037 3704 4819 7281 G839 0021 0812 9912 4771 3830 5905 4192 0160 6829 1953 5302 1449 3857 7105 6185 4(76 0763 7172 3903 3753 398.1 5726 176] i; 487 1588 6746 2213 5056 8093 9577 7797 5441 7073 3102 0512 7603 7310 7679 2641 0600 20 UJ 20 00 20.00 Ivnnitt Results KINGSTON, J'ca March 0 In Muntcgn Bay tennis matehe*. Mi~ Pal TotM heat Althea Ullr II R, LF-ACH 7th March. 1952 :tlU one goal in the lead As soon as the second half began Spartan organised a forward • 140.00 movement. Chase was now play. 100.00 ing at centre forward in place#or 80.oii Wood Griffith, playing at left flu.ou wing, received the ball. bu ( >0oo headed wide of the goal 30 00 ** Tudor nearly scored the %  AM equaliser for the school team. He MM received a through pas*, but vv Atkios snatched the ball off his right foot. Ball Rebounds ,'ft'oii Spartan nearly increased th.n no load when Griffith took n neouti"!, ful shot from the inside right \iTkk poillion. The ball alruek the IO.UO cvolt \^ r a nd rebounded into 10.00 plflV 10.00 i. au i Xlldor, with %  well timetl 1000 5 hol. want near to getting in the 10.00 equaliser for College. The ball 10.00 grazed the cross bar and re10.00 bounded. 10.00 Spartan BOW had the bettor of 1000 the game. On two occasions Wood 10 00 took lovely -hots, bul goalie 10.00 .Smith proved capable between 10,oQ 'he Upright*. During the last minute* Col lege fought hard to score. Mayer* took a long shot which Alklna saved. Their efforts weie warded. Teddy Griffith at inside right, beat Atkins with a well placed shot aftet %  beautiful centre by Morris When Refer fa manipulative operation i slipped spinal d*M and ma'. :; for the rest of the >ea*oh 10.00 T0.UO 730 00 the score was Spartan one. The team* were as follows.Spartan: Atkins, Bow en. OPJ l..jis. Cadogon. Hnynes. Gitten-. Chase, Grant. Wood. Griffith an-i Boyce. llarriMn College: Smith, t Squires. Mayers, Pilgrim. A Ulympia defeated St .VUchael w ' m8 7^"^ "^^-J,' Girls by six goala lo live in the Judor. P Tudm. Griffith. Mad. last netb.i.i match of UM ilrst pait ^„_ rer (Caribbean Cruise Likely Failure By IAN GALE ST. VINCENT. March 7. Evan before it has got fully .. Vlncentlan yachtsmen v predicting that the CaribfU crub will be a failure. The reason is that the few i achta taking part can't or won't eep to Ihe schedule. Only Biro .ichls called here SO far iregon. Search. Stellu Vega.i •laria Catherina and Mollihawk.' (ariu Catherina Is eharteied by i mericans who declare thev are, : it interested in the cruise and %  ill stop off where and win n gad • r how long they wish. Molli-i %  wk is too slow to keep up with i ie licet. The St Vincentian wned Stella Vega is disgusted I •ith the CTulac and has with-j Search left here a day ahead | schedule for St. Lucia and thai i her yachts are leaving today, j The crew of the Barliadlan, .vht Oregon state thev intend | Amory blew off I coping to the schedule even If, u htrttir the Mmmd RED HAND PAINTS I PROVIHr Kl l.I Mtl I PROTFCTION FOR FXTFRIims 1 AND lllt;il-Cl.ASS DECORATION FOR INTERIORS We have rec>ivod New Slocks oi. .. SPECIAL HOUSE PAINTS Grey. Dark Gr-> Oak Brown. Barbados Light and Dark Slone S' ENAMEL-FINISH PAINTS Cream, Tulip Green. White. MATINTO ELAT PAINTS Cream & Green. CONCRETE FLOOR PAINTS Bright Red. Grey. Mid. Green. HARD GLOSS PERMANENT (.III I N with Grey undercoat ing. PAINT REMOVER fa UM easv removal of old paint. 'Phone4267. 4456 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. ii„Mi, Cotton Prints A l^>vrl> \ .M ii l\ Mi' idr l'er Yard only 75c. BLUE JHAMBRAY For NIII'MV I'liifnrins .-If. 32" wide Pat Yard 81c. IMITATION LINEN 36" wide. IVr Yard $1.18 & $1.20 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10. II 12 S 13 BROAD STREET Coiu-mOlviupia Defeat M. Michael's Girls .other yachts Tticy have a limited nd must return to work The general opinion ( t the first Carib be the last holiday 1 time, i here Is cruise In ih. and C Rood beat L caldy and G. Art* 8—4; Budge Patty and Nils RohlSMMI beat Brendan Macken and latnv Main 2 -6. 6—1, 8—0; Dick Savltt and David Luric beat A Stern and C. Rodd 6—2. 8—0 Mr*. Pat Todd and Mrs C Pratt wn the Women'* Double-. locating the Wightman Cup star* Mrs Pal Ward and Hwloi Fletcher m the flnals he season yesterday Nightengale Home, Black Rock. It was fairly *ell attended. At hill tim.the score was rive—two in favour of St. Michaels. Shooters for St. Michael's Girl;. were O. Agard, who scored one goal and N. Brankei with four. For Oiympla T. Barker shot three i .md the other three goals A. Kirk\eie put in i>y G. Ramsey. Um" pirc* were Mis* D. Donovan and Miss D Daniel. The teams were: SI. Mlcbaer. Girls Z. Millei. (CapLJ M. Robinson, E. Cralgg. J> Smith. A King. O. Agard and N Branker. OUsaaU I M Barrow (Capt.>. K Connor. T. Barker. I. QulBtjM, G. Ramsey. M. Morris and 1' Amory THE BARGAIN HOUSE



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Mtwra ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY MAB PINAY GIVEN VOTE OF CONFIDENCE AS GAULLISTS SPLIT 60-Year-Old Premier Bids For Coalition 1BJ2 FV-. !" „ PARIS, Match 7, at am GMT '"L i"' m M r ^ nl voted for Pinay. he will cut his party's strength In the Assembly to 90 leaving the Communists with 100 deputies as the largest group in the House. Few thought he would go so far as that The rebel wing of General Charles De Gaulle's Rally of the French People whose votes last niRhf nave the Premiership to Moderate Conservative Antoine Pinay have no intention of quitting their party, one of them told United Press today. No Foundation "There is talk of a split—but than ii no foundation for that" Pierre Coulon said. "We will • upport Pinay but thought* of doing so for the spoils of office never crossed our minds," he added. flhr fact that we voted for Pinay doe* not mean leaving the party." But two of %  I '" "mHsl" iirtan I" C"iilts, Ad— —. Vincent is now Haibudos OB j short VUU %  •nUUBj the M Gelfito for Enajand where he wit! be going on leave for about six months. lie arrived yesterday morning by the Lad, Kodae, accompanied by hi. wife and B.TeC.'s Spring Big Sweep Drawn Several pssVOM including Turf Club Officials, sellers and holders of tickets and other interested parties were in the Grand Stand at the Harrison Savannah yesterday afternoon, when shortly after! 4 odock the draw for the! Big Sweep of the BTC's) Spring Meeting began The meeting ends to-dav. HORSES DRAWN i Latin America Is Vital Part Of Western Defence Truman in a rtporl on the United Stan Mutua tty ProKraninutold i ,., kj "an si and vital part of the free ulity to bolster the common defence If hampered by wonomlc weaknesses MX of hi, Trinidad t F H it VRIENDT now %  > My Oea^ral of two day i to Barbados at %  F* OMifrr aaw id today Personal (Contact More Effective Than Correspondence Ui# Oartbbsai, Commission. dUcssMna tfc* auruoM *t H..U0O Honae yesterday H, ,M.rnT t, childrei Beg v., the and is staying Guest House. Mr Coults said that the Col. omal Development Corporation hydro-electric scheme in St ViiKviil is going on quite well and they are hoping to have everything finished by about October rhe scheme will supply electricity W Kingstown, (leorgetown. and the Windward side of the island generally. He said that there is the possibility or erecting a central arrowroot factory towards the end f the year. It will be situated near Colonnane on the windward coast and when completed, .t will be powered by the hydroelectric scheme Witt regard to housing be said that quite a lot has been done for aided self help housing schemes for the rural areas The last one just completed la the Hum clearance ..ear Mt. Bantinek sugar factory, the only sugar (aelory on the ialand. During Mr. Coutts absence from the colony, Mr. C. B. Gibbs. Assistant Administrator is acting intstrator. A-MW. 9202. U87 11—4177. 1581, 3591 C2267. 9609 D—6550. 208U. 7471 E-8284. 7541. 8190 F—4575 G -0721 • I UH.i ,.',,, ;;.... ; 44 ,. K—4915. I—7S00. 5512. 8778. 2880 two MJ877. 1407, Konallan Delayed : Hcouts Disappointed ANTIGUA, March 7. Lord Rowallun was expected in Antigua today from Jamaica but toe flight has been delayed hour*. Yesterday three scouts, Ronald Banos. James Michael and Denni. Bowers accepted tremendous disappointment with a smile. >eiy effort lo obtain passages wid them to the •tsaaborss to i have alroadt j£m lc *"il show President Aurlol [openings of an ice skating exhiblthat a majority without thepion under the promotion of Sonja Socialists is feasible. iHenie, former Olympic champio-i —U.P. —U.f*. Superior U.N. Tactics Hold Reds At Bay WASHINGTON, March 7, MussuVs MlG and United Nations F86 Sabres are battling in a 70-mile stretch of Korean air space between the Y.ilu and Chongchun Rivers which seems likely to remain No Man's Land. It is doubtful whether either jet force under to-day's conditions could drive out or destroy the other. Badly outnumbered Sabre forces however have kept sufficient control in the Yula-Chonfchun area to prevent Red air .iritvlties from hindering United Nations air and /round operation ..gainst Communint ground forces That meets the classic requirerneeti of air superiority. ugh credit can be stosn km of tw<. Sabre wings, '.h.Fourth and Fifty-first, who h^vc been carryine; the battle to UN K.rae. asan-it odds ranging from one to three lo one to six. | Their superior tactics and training naa been the major factor In overcoming Communist numerl' nty They also have on defects m Red tactics—failure in combat to keep the altitude advantage. Sabre pilots mostly are in then early llMBfaJOS. not long out Of training schools. But they are led by veterans of World War JI —CJ. N—8470. 8431. 9991 |0-ol95, 6105. 8227. P -1127. 4877 y—8235 R—3487, 1324, 7286 S -^339, 6906 T-4B20, 9974 U7505, 4438, 1944. V-3754, 1658. 2267 3304 W -2214. 3898 X— 7406 V—3460 Z -0679. 7839. 7414 AA—3132. KB—1763, 0481 8591. CC—4290. KE—5882 9*154, 2*7, 7723, 8872, 7424 rr— JIM. op——11 1H—7796, 6405, 4966, 5444 MORRIS SKINNER. J. D. CHANDLER HOVELL I, SKEETE. per H R. LEACH, 7th March. 1962. 60 OTHER PRIZES A-8982. 8258. 9506. C—4036. 9998. 0149. D—2643 7129 E 6089. 6665. 1850. F—9043, 7602 C—9761 H--8805, 7322 9009. I -3323. 4247. 9942, 0010. 0909 J-7736. K—3919, 9773 M—0104. O—0158. 4265. P—2330, 3635. 5200. 0—6944 R— 8086, 5689 11576, IfM T-7420 r—1832. B*M. V—0263 W—0963. 1987. 3005. Y—5762, 5218. S839. 0567 Z—4710, 9937 BB—4277. CC-0630, 4142 1179. 0317 [ID -5259, 6031 EE 6935 4243 i 8537. MORRIS SKINNFJt. J. D. CHANDLER, HOVELL a SKsaTTB, per H R LEACH 7th March. 1992 Nocks Substituted b'or Watches NEW YORK, March 7. Police .ml .nrlini's officials sought Friday to determine bow nine cases tilled with rocks, iron in gut:. and cardboard boxes wire substituted tor 9X9.000 worth of watches In an air freight shipment to Switzerland. The deception was discovered when one of the cases was broken wtiilibeing unloaded yesterday from a National Airlines Plane. Brown rocks tumbled out and the suspicious handier of the cargo notified Custonuc official*.—fU.F.) MR E K. H de VRIENDT. new Caribbean Commission, told ., Secretary General Press Conference Hast,i terday that as Head of the Secretartht ul the Commission, he will "endeavour to establish as much -s possible personal contact between ssnioi members of the Secretariat and leading officials from the local tern tories,"' because he believed that far more could be achieved by short personal conversations than by anv large amount of correspondence. Mr s of the Commiasion. Of Dutch nationality, the new Head of the Central Secretariat at Kv House, Pnrt-OfSpaln. iv of sturdy build, and ust over -ix feet tall He speaki English almos 1 without accent, and has had some twenty-six yenra' experience in Secretarial work and management. Mr. de Vriendt is keenlv tnterssMd III the neld of activltleo which the Commission has undertaken to look after, and lays great emphasis on the "regional .ipproarh* 1 aa the boot means of solving the need* and problem* >f the area which are so closely inter-related in many respects. nd In which connection he feels the Caribbean Commission can be very helpful. Since taking up his appointment In early January. Mr. de Vriendt visited Puerto Rico where he attended the conference on Industrial Development of the Caribbean Area, and the Report of that Conference together with the recommendations of the deledates there, win he published In the next issue of the Commission's Monthly Informotlon Bulletin. I Fisheries Talk Mr. de Vriendt told the Conference that the next point an the • On Psge 7 • Bevan Gills "High Court IONDON. March 7 A divided British labour Party braced itself for a major battle between veteran leader former Prime Minister Clement Attlee and l*ft-wing rebel Aneurln Bevan In Britain's most dramatic political storm of "..' last decade. Bevan struck a surprise blow last night by demand**. In a telephone call to Psrty Secretary Morgan PhllUl*, an Immediate meeting of the Labour National i%  -u-.iv, %  the Party's %  High Court"—to debate the I-resent issue. The issue boiled over in P-i liamcnt Wednesday When Bevan and 99 other S-.isUrta repudiated the official Party loadership and uled against the Conserva,'vr CIovornmenl'B reaxmaIIII ul programme which the Ubour Party Itself coni tved -C.. 'Quake Slops All Traffic TOKYO. March 7 %  thqiukei shook OsntrsJ P p.V.'.'* ,1 ? p *' D ,ri "nc and cm. slid, i.-.l'.iHIH '.trtint: School-girl Killed On Spot (. IIIIII THK KARL OF Ml NSTF, Ihr nrw I iidT-Vfrrbn ,.l SUIr for it.( „:,„.,. Lord Munster Coming Here I^wd Munster, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, who ha< special responsibilities In the Colonial Office for Weat Indian and Caribbean matters propose* to make a short visit to the area to in-quaint himself at first hand with local conditions. Parliament and other business make It necessary for him to restrict his absence from the United Kingdom two montiis and he wtll not refore be able to visit all the colonies In the area. He proposes on this occasion to visit the Bahamas, Jamaica, Trinidad British Guiana and Barbados. He will be accompanied by his Private Secretary, Mr. E. Ml Weat of the Colonial Office. Mr. S. E. V. Luke, the Assistant Under Secretary of Slate, in charge of the West Indian Department of the Colonial Office, win acenmsjenj him on his visit to the Bah.imaa and Jamaica. Audrc> Alwell, .. ten-year-old ihool Kirl of Paynes Bay Si .imes. wa> killed on the spot at bout 8.15 a-m. yesterday when lie was knocked down by the molasses lorry M-15B5 under i "tandplne at Paynes Bay The lorry was driven by Eri< Michael, who. it is alleged, lo-l control of the lorry while otr.er lurry was overtaking 1 [J '-in into the guard wall of the M •ndpjp* breaking down part of ii and never stopped travelling %  "ward, S,*M,rht*uwn untl | *U abou250 feet from the en. <>f tne accident The little girl. i„ Ihe -„, "I her thrw c-oiuin: Noim-, l^.„, Ud IK-nms Heid, had gone to ihl pipe to drm w al-1 lirnntt itnick on his foot by a piece t broken wail and v. as taken a doctor. Audrey Alwell'n i ncaet was crushed A Poo* mortem examination s? rt. KW?* **" l"""'"' niorr lh.n J50 nul?> wV[,',' k , 1 i""" YO "" h """ -"""J.";;"' 1 ; !" 1 H.nro.d .u.iK.., rt Fuku. ..ri.-, n„. „,.„„,, d ,„„„,. *r ihotk at 10 44 Quakfs ntnick h^rdfit l K.nu 300 rail,, „ OT u, wral ,„ lukyo This afternoon UM; quiko m?£'\ "Vi T " m %  ""•'t'lS miles northwest of Tokv.t landsl.d.. covered rail Uack* between Ushiy fl and AoSriJ. (luck, stopped In Nagoya. The tentral Meteor,,logical tbseiv.,'or> ,„ XOfcM reported ihu, afternoon lhat the quake %  mred in th Sea ^t Japai A US Army mercy tram iued its trip to northern Japan take (,>od and blankeU to Kuahiro shaken by a severe quakion Tuesday. Kushiro la a seaimn i northeastern Hokkaido. < lv.rnmetii lUteu 27 dead from Tuesday's shock —I'.p IHJUCE HUNT Tw GUNMEN TORONTO, March 7 One of the greatest manhunt* "' "-"omo's history continued rriday for two gunmen who abut down two City detectives, giavel> woun wai abot through his right arm -id wrist. He also la in fair i- The MSA report sai.i h. nauonary pressures even thougli IS have been accompanie.i > a slight mnrossa n. income of n.an*, u ine people have (won an important f,t QI • oiitrihuUng to popular dia-(lactton ThU dlasatisfacuon whkb I has been exprrased mainly In ip| ff ^fsed demands for soelai reforms has vlrengthene.1 aMossliou U present sxweeninerdV •uuation which has been exploit ed by miht..„i U-ftiKt. Communists. Ues of the M S A Technical A ^stance Progrsmme which i' diisi h Latin ^mari I-u-Jtutc of rMSfl I Affairs "rM^'"* 1 !!* 1 Coi, "esa author-nt Mal Year for bscfanicsl I o Latin America, the President's report said: "On a broad and diverse front. Inter-American pro Jevis have been Improving health i -anitallon as IndUpensabl. "** l -: "' i>"wamnis to ibsskftl -n tint Hemisphere and raise the '.uidard of living Highly Siunilicanl ITw President made it clear thai ils aid is regarded as hlghh iCMfleonl In plans for th. of the Hemisphere The report polnte.1 out thai military equipment made available to other American HepuHi. will put at the disposal of our sister republics mrani t arry nit more ,(T,, iiv, %  own commllments tKO G Inter-American treaty system An Incidental but Import an* .. vantage will be that in uf conflict the United Stales will i* relieved to a substantial ex 'ent of the necessity of using Ii own forces in certain areas Ira portant to the gjgfi %  llr-misiphere." Truman pictured all of the Pai East as under the shadow of Com unlsm and said that Rod Chil aging physical and | Reds Bid For W arid Truce i %  the Koi %  %  ri under the scope Arm I ^: Ire agreed if acceptsd tsraai my territory rtow In Korea bat wnuld be i .ime In • Item ill of the men l oirmtinUt StafT OrTii.. Allies to belt per,. graph p-'i-talnin k M the Naval .K Staff narrow it thev %  • vln-trli the %  %  y place Cossa their %  •%  hat Pu tiiat il would Ite vtolatlOB for lockade rir.N. riAM;s ciTr it;UJaS %  111 i il mul psychooglcal warfare against the AllleHe said only North msistance can %  to" this. Meet ChslhW ig s Truman 'orsairs .. .: i i r lt the broke: Milkmaid Trampled „. PARIS, March 7 *&£!£— ,>r "vost. i pntu,, t.iilkmald was injured rtltUiy when il.,triad to p.event be> rorp meeting "itoOulp.:" a bandaome three-year-old bull The IOW "A* !" Afjrae" W-J lust returning from bar morning bath when she met Kodolpe „, no main corridor of the Pans Agricultural Show. Miss Pruvost was trampled when she tried k'p the animals apart ~_, —OP. Fatal Accident 'torn Our Own Cen^aMadenli ANTIGUA. March 7 At 4 a.m. today a fatal accluent occurred on (Jrays Parm Koaa when 88->ear Dominion which has brougli' a greater demand for Canadian funds —*Cf> oroiuitioii Nfciv Be Held May 1953 I Bk 7 %  i.ng tn Prssi Iter the ning Msy 2Sth. —u.r. UJf. Beat Off Counter Moves bTII AHMY lirj\iA/'.Mtl KH %  Korea. Man h A hard-fighting band of U.N mfantry-men killed or wound<,i several Cornrnunisti. They then went on to another position nearby whcie It, 1 w<-.-• stronger After a 70-minute batt). in which Communists couiitei-attacked three times, the atUckuiK un.t reported It to 40 Ooeajpnioi soldiers killed and 30 wounded. On the Central Front ..notli. patrol fought Communists, then iHMrsw 1 %  axaranasn light patrol ^\, oil reported. Communists continued to batter United Nation Itlons wilh artillery and mort u fire. On the Eastern Front more th in I.MM rounds were fired by BseM against United State* and Soutl Korean marine unlU.—O.P. Notonite Carries Top Weight Noton.'i* carries top weight at the third d.i> of the B.T.C. Spring Meeting todav. Following are the handicap' — Race No. IK 'March Handicap) 1 LADY 107 lb*. SLAINTE l|J „ FUITUXCE 113 PEPPER WIN* .. ._^ 113 m r.MUERS 100 NOTONITK 133 WATERCRESS .. 109 LUNWAYS 12*. FIRELADY 122 OASHINO PRINCESS 111 DOLDR' 118 RIVER SPRITE 111 TOPSY I OS rLYINQ DRAOON ,, I OS YASMEEN ... 1M LANDMARK 131 FUSS BUDGET ... 130 lUre Vo. 1* IWm. lli.urini.' Mi-inr.ri.il llandirap) tiVMlVERQUE . .. 101 lbAfOLLO ]09 MAY DAY .17 MARY ANN ijo COIJ.CTOS 100 OATCAKE .. H4 BOW ISO USHER i.: IUCF No. 20 (SI. Ann's MIIHII...|,I V' i.-.'WISE I I .TTAOE .. TWINKLE STAR IHADf • HII.I.Y BOY . ROSEl ft DIAMOND CiAVOTTE B8 109 104 II'. 113 128 121 120 CLIPPER CIGARETTf.