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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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General Batista Seizes
Command Of Cuban Army,

Palace In Coup D’Etat

President Flees Palace

HAVANA, March 10.
General Fulgencio Batista, on Monda

of the Cuban Army and Presidential Pa
bloodless coup d’etat.
Salad:

rigas as

to-day.
Saladrigas was General Batista’s

San Martin.

A_revolutionary movement blamed on former Presi-
dent Fulgencio Batista, broke out in Cuba to-day, Presi-

dent Carlos Prio. told the country in a statement:

The immediate effects were un-

seized command
ace in an almost

Unconfirmed reports said he would install Dr. Carlos
provisional President Monday afternoon, re-
placing Caiilos Prio Socaras~who fled the palace early

unsuccessful presi-
dential candidate in the 1944 elections won by Ramon Grau



determined at once, but the presi-| ak k
dential statement said: “I am inz| Uu e es

formed that the General Staff of
the Army has been taken by offi-
cials who are friends of General
Batista and are complying with
his (Batista’s) orders.”

General Staff headquarters is at
Camp Columbia on the outskirts of
Havana and is a major military
establishment in Cuba. It was
where Batista started his 1933
Sergeants Revolution which over-
threw the government of the dic-

No Deaths

A “strong”















Japan Again:

TOKYO, March 10.

tremor shook up
Southern Hokkaido for the second
time in a week today collapsing |
113 houses already weakened by a slender mayegin ‘of
last Tuesday’s shock and injuring





Vestry Discuss ~
C.6.L. Bonus For
Parochial Treas.

A motion by Mr,
that the Vestry of St. Joseph re-
move any Possibility of late:
sranting.a cost of living” bonu® to
their Parochial Treasures whose
Salary, Mr. Hayne: Said, auto-
matically §0es up with any corre-
sponding rise jn the amount ol
taxes collected was defeated dn
the casting vote of the Chairman,
Mr. W. R. Coward at the meeting
the Vestry yesterday,

J. A. Haynes



Mr, Coward Supported the con-
trary view that inasmuch as
the cost of living bonus granted
the Parochial Treasurer | y

ast
only related to the




year 1
there was no need to talk
matter up unless the Parochial

Treasurer applied again this year,

This matter of cost of living al-
lowance for the Parochial Treas-
urer was on the Agenda in the
name of Mr. Haynes, who pointed
out that last year the Vestry on

one vote ai

a time when it was




















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TUESDAY (AT M4 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS



| De Gaulle Witi
gm Oust 27 “Rebels”

PARIS, March 10
General De Gaulle niade it clear to-day that neither he
his the French People’s Rally, would participate
Any Gaul-



rt
pat

fovernment under the present party regime
t Deputy joining the government—and the General may
ave been the 27 “rebels” whose votehelped
io put Moderate Conservative Antoine Pinay into office
st week—will no longer belong to us” De Gaulle said

The General drew more than--————

reporters to his Pr Con-
Montserrat

ice to hear his views on the
ch political and financial
4
Has New
Constitution

inmking ot













nd on the rebels who voted
Party directive or



hip DeGaulle said, “the other:
Wale






net find such «a positior, Montserrat Kas just had its first

€. comfortable for themselvesfmeeting of thy Legislative Coun-
» I prefer to spare them this }eil u r the new constitution in

test the reign of Queen Elizabeth I
The General would not be] This took place on Monday, March

drawn out on his Party’s attitude }3 His Honour Charlesworth Ross,



i
unst
i ed if he uld serve i ‘
| National Union vernment ir
ny office other than the Premier-
|



fo the Gaullist rebels two of the colony's Commissioner told
whom have resigned. “That is an I the Advocate yesterday morning
nvernal matter”, he said in reply [shortly after his arrival bv the
© repeated questions Lady Nelson
The General told reporters the
Nally of the French People will Mr. Ross who is accompanied
' compromise with the preseni|>y his ‘wife. is spending three
ime He added “Any whofweek holiday here staving with
a nd participate in any Gov- — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nerris of
. ernment under this system will }Argyle Flat, St. Lawrence Gap
TAYLOR playing at inside left for Hmpire carried the ball within inches of the Everton goal when no longer belong to the party”. | before going on to the UK. via
Reece, right, the Everton goalie intercepted and saved what looked like a certain goal. Everton The General said it wa r both |New York on leave ,
won two-—dil. dious ids ric ou '
nic “ eta re \ inl A on binots tee He said that the colony held its

c » > new oc + “si
right and left and divide the elections under the new constitu

Vestryman

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en. " . tlio February 20 and in each of
nation into two on Political, Social | 0" 98 ; one
nd R the five districts, a labour candi-
not fully con- ind Relifious quarrels in the PI@S= fF int. wre 2 “d giving S .
Gun Battle 17 persons. Stituted, blundered into granting ° ent state of the country. France |‘ pS ap ease giving the party
President Prio issued his state- The Government Seismologist] the Treasurér a cost of living r jects oO he said, must create a real Nation- I ltause | Got toed - »
ment from the Presidential Pal-| placed the epicentre of the 30@-|bonus. He said that during that 1 Union to end the present fon Haentnetes eat \aie ee ae
ace where a gun battle occurred} second tremor 80 miles south} same year, the parish collected at V r ower un a T Y ° ituation “of lassitude of people off a ae: bernie —_ ae
this morning between unidentified] south-west of Hokkaido’s south- additional $5,000 in taxes which at ugges won under the chloroform of thei ¥ ner belng President
men in a passing automobile and} eastern tip along the same fauil| resulted in the Parochial Treasure; , ty system Foreign countries â„¢ P
Palace guards. line that set out -the disastroms receiving approximate]; $30 penn: : 7 after . : “oh O59 re asking what is going to hap- “ ay oe
: ; : é ximately $300 mor SHORTLY after noon. on Sunday, March 9th, 1952. sing objection: to a a * a I) Montserrat, there is now a
‘The guards said the men opened | quake and tidal wave which en- as his commission. ne Warleigh Water Reserveiftin St Pei ; overflowed. It i en ob a: Me OM allntiou pen to ‘Prance”, he told the} teputy President of the Leyisla-
fire and they responded. First re-| guifed the Hushiro area last week. eee eS oe ll ery p \ om tine 4 1 Welfare} toWaed press conference. “They| oy. Council which post has just
ports said there were two dead in| Late today there had been no; The Vestry by thei, decision had not done so far many years, and the fact vdacp- oda yet ( cnr ei of the St. Joni ah Ve ; ay well ask. Men in the Krem-{ been created for the first time in
the battle but it was not clear| deaths reported in the quake | last year had paid the Parochia} to the empty ‘buckets and thirsty throats in north St Lucy Gial.av save rih eden ea tr saa are’ congratulating themselves. } ie history of the colony
which group they belonged to which sent the population of Hok-| Treasurer cost of living bonus oy and north east St. Peter. Only a week previously, ther, fittes: found it inconvenient. to i a saa pi 7 one a eS ae
Batista himself was reported un~| aida and narthern Honshu tumb-| 8 salary of $400 a month, plus an-| had been.no standpo t or piped water in the'day time north! sit the ould. resin, Mrdoi wine Cote WOUE ao the We ave hoping to introduce i
officially inside Camp Columbia by ling out of their homes in the! Other $300 as commission’ and had been n tan Pc pit it end, hey h uld resign, My ime thing Committee system of Government
some persons who had seen him darkness at 2.04 am . addition to that, the same em of Spring Hall in St. Lucey; and none, day or night, in the E 8 nith said tha , ie me} —UP. hich is almost a ministerial sys-
there, but a call to his country | "Police reports from Hakkaido| "ceived another $40.00 as) ciek Boscobetle area of St. Peter. Water had been distributed rs lage a ptt tae ylitn eric nm." he said, and added that there
estate brought the announcement po! the Ve ” tg nee | va nly n ex-~of! ad ri il be two main committees with
that everything here is normal and| Said the power supply was sus-| ‘0 she Vestry. by water tank lorry only. E , ; ‘| rember of the Vestry 7 Die As Rioters he Chairman of each being an
the General is sound asleep pended at many places, water Ths . : a oe day Mr. Smith said that , notice lected member of the Legislative
Except for the shooting at the] Pipes burst in some areas and new ; a. p. Haynes said, was pay- ible for Means vent Caused! vere often sent out too late, an igh : Council ag well as a ‘member of
Palact. Havana was strangely|cracks appeared in the snow- ing ¢ e! arochial rreasurer twice, rouble for many year It wa metimes a member might have Fig: ad Police eee
quiet with not a policéman in| covered ground.—U.P, nerensed ye aty, automatically JAMBOREE FUND })')» way. , | \ad a previous engagement. H:
sight. Police radio had ordered all sua ro cael ae Hi, on May 1951, the situation had | ups sted that when the Clerk { 'OHANNESBURG, March WW. Each of them, he said, will have
policemen to their stations and : x ee COuee ted. He did Previously Ack. .... $574.00 || ome desperate and the Water-|)ihe Committee sent out notice Eleven persons ha been killed] » voice in the administration and
s ac sually tak not see how this Ves try could go ;. E 3.00 j rk Technical Advisory Com-) hx hould also send out a formjand nearly 200 injured in two ll be responsible for taking de-
barracks, an action usually taken a res oo I : oa G. E. B. Ince ...... 4 |
j "A srica in serious em- pack on what was done last year, M. GL 1,00 } tee decided that drasti o be fille out and returned b | of rioting which terrorized| cisions on certain departmental
in Latin America in s f and he was not suggesting that tl » MMR b sss A vee ee e 4 u hat i gh +) eg . ; Se nema 5 \
, 3 SURE) & that the < 0.00 wasures must be taken, and | member atating vhether the the native township of Newcrar« itter
ergency. , 9 Parochial Treasurer should he R. Bruce Skeete .... 1 b ithonut ; 1 ttend the par-|in the Johannesburg ;
During his four years in office own Ss x c 2 Total $588.00 {4 hout delay, In other words, the should be able to attend the pat ne Johannesburg area, police ; 5 M “a
after being elected President in ae to repay the money. He Benin ; | discussed Western Supply must) ticular meeting or not ad Monday oe ie eee si Fs a
; y i ever sugges . The Fun y closed 11% . . : v attenc re Sonference ©
é thickset General y | would however suggest that the . | materialise fhe discovery of 3 ; ‘ Gangs of thugs roamed the Wi li at onfer :
oy nk Sen, Cone turbulent SEOUL, Korea. March 10,” | Vestry should take steps now so and the Executive Council of | Mises. diveam!? iat at hiab Mr. W R,. Coward, Church | t, wnship all day yesterday, ! Social Wellare Officers of be
4 uo bristling with] American Sabre-jet pilots shot| that if the Parichial Treasure: dia the Boy Association || \ dildos sicislblon atts «Warden, who aged. as Chairman | Native vigilantes fought them, Drilish Cariosbean area — which
island with cars bristling ‘ pséribt irtbeleay anh law dtm osu Vin gt-— as - nes) esterday’ tind “In thett oe , : pens at Hastings Mouse on Nor
machine guns before and after his} doWh seven Communist MIG 15s) apply again this year, there would beg to thank all sivsdr ost of pumiping, had not suc./?f yesterday's ” meeting “mn j Least night thousands of native ) cpens er th Oh airmanship of
Gwh: Car and d. others in air} already be a decision of the Ves- Iveeded in 1949--50, There re-/2bS8ence of the Rector, supported | families barricaded — themselves, [day under oe re ws Wot.
' In Exile battle over North Korea on Mon-|try against granting the bonus Kmained the “sheet” water held! Mt. Smith in his ousectian - the | terrorized, in darkened shacks i s an a the Cobptrolles
isni -esi c icti i st losses} asked for. , fe ee F rvation made by the Muir! braying the thugs would pa ive Advise th omg
, After resigning the premsency Se SS Sp piestest more Ri al F ti {up in the coral by the sea, which | 114). o¢ the Social Welfare Com-|them. This morning when police] tor Development and Welfar« t
in June 1941 General Batista wen than a mo! He anticipated that taxes would lV actions n the vicinity of Speiyhtstown nittee and aid that the | r@inforcements arrived the fleht- eae
into OP an foe he ran a Mesh mie £0 ian-built jets aanin pigh od this year gaa @ ot F Sh d | sence about a mile inland from) hp irman appeared to be aling broke out again :
Z Russ | the arochial Treasurer's salary "4 1e shore ictator” Hundreds ; Sas bes- re
Spe the ena oe would. automatically go up. He we or iow own | “Aste on the top’ of the first Mr. A. J. Carter and Mr, W. T.} wor ‘in was patel Se re W ul Import More
: St time in four ys. 3 did not think it was fair to other - | cliff, on line between Farm and { e howeve f the rieking slog
: se : as fa LO reh 10. if 1 a lin V 1 rouding were ioWeVvel d hrieking tribal war logans and — —
r man will attempting to drive otf 110 Allied Jestry employees. He said that to i NDON, afore } Mullins, was selected and a well, on that both Mr, Smith and | etirrin them -t + v an ; e SYDNEY, March 10 ‘
4 antes Vestry emplo; Rival factions of the Labour{ Mul } i m to attacks on th , New South
fighter-bombers attacking a 15- ay a man $700 a month to raise], Be or ai y{6 feet in diameter, sunk, The Coward were catching at}vigilantes and the pollee he President of the New Sout
ile stretch of ilway east of| P3Y § ¥ Party held separate session toda) : . me pom Vales Graziers’ Association, C, M.
Fly To New York mi e stretc ~ ra ay taxes Was a tremendous sum, and to plot strategy for a showdown) @:cund level at the spot was abou aws, and that the Chairman —U.P Wales Graziers is aa , Cone
Sunchon. . Russian _interceptors | 116 was asking that the cost of liv- Tuesday which may dead to the} i27 feet above the sea, and the had only made an observation Williams, aan ee eS. te
‘ ; S : ' ek . . ae) 4 . ; ” seis ; f nee at ~=Australi: x
KEYWEST, Florida, March 10. | Were cut short of thels eargess DY | ing allowance be deleted for the} oyouision of Leftist Rebel Ancu-| surface of the “sheet water a pointing out that if it was no D rorence ‘ se vegetables, fruit
President Truman will inter-|? ao. of eee oe coming financial year. rin Bevan and his follower ttle abowe mean sea level. The convenient for membe ’ ue RIVERS STRIKE SOOT | # 1980 unless the pros
hi ; i took part in free battles with the| at curentee 31 to 40] w , xcavated 12 feet ver-|they should resign and allow BOSTON, March 10 nd eggs in 196) f es 2
rupt his holiday here and fly to Red planes. After some discussion, Mr. Lee It \was expec ted that 31 to ell was excavated 12 S _ wt itd i f . March tion Increased.
; ; ; . s SCUSS ee wan’ oftis wers in}tically int he sheet water, to some other person who coulc Iwo thousand drivers ; inte
Washington on Friday for an{ Tt: ‘was the worst day for the! pointed out that the cost of living|Of Bevan’s Leftist folloy Ae Die: Se hay oh age ign ce Pat i has | give their time to sit on the Com-| ghanies on a hisutan Waa ec a lohan Shad
overnight stay. He will go to New . ; : . to th e| the Commons would stick | iccommodate the pumps, and has chanies on two ’bus lines went on He said the sale of goods to th
“tay $e . communist air force since Janu-| allowance now being paid to th ; ag ‘i ed fror ; att unning | mittee, strike t : re oat > ¢ ices well
York City for a speech on Sat- ee ; shial Treasurer would end at; him even if he was ousted fron orizontal ad ann ‘ beat Widabin ike today curtailing transport-| United Kingdom at price
urday, ary 25 when American Sabres} Parochia a ‘ch, and he sug-/the Labour. Party. They. might|..oth and south across the line of; [t wa pred oe it vat pe : on for some 800,000 commuters,| shove old levels was a potent
Joseph Short, Presidential Press] destroyed ten MIGs, probably de-|the end o cag + should be ,f0rm a new independent Labour} ..terranean flow. each 20 feet|ines of the Socia tet a lhe strike was called in sup-|factor in destroying the incentive
Secretary said, he had no addi-|Stroyed one and damaged three. gested that the matter c IParty in the House. | ic for the purpose of infiltra- | tttee had been abortive ee s0UE 't of union demands for pay|for higher production in .Aus-
; Faia ned he sudd Meanwhile, General Matthew] left open. 4 While Bevanites discussed their | a tal length of ca! nsecutive — occasions POO ee I nina eee a : araaias "
tional information on the sudden : ’ : division was taken, and vot- © . | tion, making a total | th of ga i t attend nhereases and company paid pen-| tralia
flight of General Hoyt Vanden-| Ridgway’s headquarters in Tokyo] A division wa: tie. It was how-|hext move. a special committee |" Mae ho embers did not attenc | slog ieee cate _up.
berg, Chief of United States Air]}announced that Russia and her| ing resulted in a inst Mr. Haynes’ |0f the Parliamentary Labour} ' ' iti | t
Staff to Key West for a confer-| satellites are providing most of ata ype oe wear ‘vote of Mr. |Party comprising labour members| Pumps Installed |
Preside r ist | Motio Puy ' of, Commédns held a_ special ) |
ence with President Truman on; the weapons used by Communist ae . ats f the ) * >
Sunday. forees in Korea.—U.P. wa fe he neo wes ting. }meeting to decide what line to In the meantime, the construc- i e E ague if y ‘ ‘
j ¢ ; 2) stry To p pe ’ . é t é full arty caucus!, x i slectrie ; “
Short said Truman would spend “ ua P j tion of a small electric pumping | BABY KNOW & ry
4 : ae , * : Mee b
Friday night at Blair House in CONDUCTOR DIES | ba tomorrow. jvtation, and the laying of a mile St ll R ¥ec |
Washington with Mrs, Truman | UP. t 10% diameter pipe up the hill 1 age Ss | are
tet Gerais anaher, teks Weeon. HOLLYWOOD, March 10. | 67" > Rardar’? Had d taunt aitiiah Giaestvolr. witch hs BES i Fodq D a
Me deer ete hie nee tact (2° Trin | Russia Supplies '21 toe tye tie wa, omit QPEAWA, Maren 10, |
© address a meetin oO} r es 7 ode acs UW t l ; Ku - Two Beresford submersible Shipments of Canadian hay, |
thousand editors representing}Symphony, Liverpool _ philhar- neventju rip z ; ‘pumps, each capable of lifting}, and oats to Cuba stopped |
\ ' \ . as |
School and college papers of the}monic and B.B. Symphony N Orean Weapons | 4.000’ gallons of water per hour | ee because of the foot and|
Col bia Scholastic Press Asso- Orchestras, et.23 ne Se =" Elias Mitchell, kipper ‘of (the i K a | jto Warleigh Reservoir, have been mouth plague in Saskatchewan }
ciation. where he resided for ie motor vessel T, b. Radar which TOKXO. March 10 | talled one to standby the rhe Department of Agriculture |
—U.P. ~ several years. —* arrived in the island from Trini-| General M itthew tidgway's}cther, as more than half a mil-lannounced the Cuban embargo |
dad on Sunday, told the Advocate |)... dquarters disclosed today that) jion gallons per day is not likely|Saturday, At the same time the|
yesterday that his trip to Trini Nortt Korea and Chinese | to be required for many years to| Dcpartment reported that while |
OoOmmonwea ugar dad and back was quite unevent-} apons from tanks to pistols are | come, i a 7 need ore =|
ful and pleasané, now supplied mostly by Russia] Samples of the water have been}Conadian meat products and live |
tae nmite tellite nations. !;.be a toate * » be toek ‘kle wv) hipment
Capt. Mitch said that he had 4 het SUPRISE I é. ae axe Mh the | te ken and té ted From, a4 t a - rs “7 oe an 1 pmants
A t H l d I Se aap ey pie . ie” Sone ai a r ee lohagon pe n s itt tate nied by u ir pe ' certifi }
e ! \\ ; arte raf 2 A uk of soviet weapons are¢ is satisfactory, with chlorina- | pan yy an inspection ift~
reem “Hh e pe @2@ |stated that the T. B. Radar wa models dating from ye before |, aah is provided. The] cate ;
believed to be in difficulties on}... ld War Il—the 176 milliet mils al results are all that are At Regina Saskatchewan
| CAMPBELL gt tbat meine howitzer” was designe. heme penule ae al Mea, aD ar ong San ni
ij j at the 11927. the w-dow, , wel es eaera ler ara ,
PS M. MD A cablegram received a he rer resort combiled sathanan dra nw on i ported a fresh outbreak of foot
ened ernoar and "B hade oes ources par that many: of these | [eee si uth disease
. , " partment after the T. E. Radar had , ms have been “more wu) negligible cs ie I Kenneth Well Associate
(From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ sailed from Barbados for Trinidaa | ™' ipons pave a “a | The system may need “nursing he {: Wederal, Veterinatian said
LONDON, March 10. _4|stated that a white tahker was equa p uP lror a period, but let us hope the | mimale on farr ithin al
Mr. J. M. Campbell, Chgirman of Booker Brothers said seen about 25 miles off Grenada +t ae as remoyed-—once and for all] viously quarantined area have
to-day on his return from a two-month business visit to spparently disabled or stopped Res |_-a hardship eadured snenially by en bound to have special treat-
7 : ' then t t , f r f the anc Silla, we } Sun-
> W, ss, that he had never been more encoura sed The local pilot said then that he y 2 e foik in the north af en julldozers were bu Su
the West Indies, 2 ae e f ‘ogy he had seen in i «lieved it to be the T. & Radar | Commissione r rd ver severe headache fo fouging out a huge burial pit
or heartened by the signs of progress he had s rercentane lad yee “Absa all painted | : Le Uratarmeiaes Departinent 5 teren one tale fbn Rakes
British Caribbean colonies. si shoes Appointed hute "the latest outbreak. Wa
. i . found
“The Commonwealth Sugar GENEVA, Mareh 10 | pgzert Meat Arrives UP.
Meee! eal respeenet ome | WHAT'S ONTODAY || Rohisoon, Gibson | sirens Genie’ WEsante, |! rozem Meat ‘
es the first real prospect_of pros- in ete ‘ ine -lax
pent ine have ot oa Bore] Gout of Grand Semone at [yo ng. Bn thon | cise - testing oot the| rom New Zealand) yan pirs AFTER
viding there me N10. eollapee be oad 10 a.m. \ ia Mixec OUdDIeS FO States High Comn is-| Sl cae gy a HEAD INJURIES
ling or another wi {i = Reg v Ashton Gibbs | SINGSTON, J’ca., March 9.|S0ner fort refugees in Latin indernis “anvnly of cheat 3
S | net v vines ein M Dicer dor nea heir “Carib- i a air i orned beef, milk powder, pickled I cl Best (4 ‘ae faa
Mr. Campbell who also visited | Reg v Harold Fitz Colly- || Montego Bay end 1ament with} /¢ will leave here on. March 15 | eee eatetrult and orange’ Philip died at t Genera f v
r, Lamp ; . | more {bean Tennis Tournamen et up Gfice in Bogota after Pt aoe . yt pital yeste iy morning He 4 r ue lt TO-DAY HE'S
Canada during his trip said Can-j {Mixed Doubles. Nils Rohlsoon Papeete: ; solid of irvive Barbado: esterday by r @ir 7 LIKE SO MANY BABIES O DD +
adians were well pleased with the;]| Anglican Syned at Church iGWleden kithen Gibso New| Which he will visit various Latir ithe S. Paorainte whien.. called ' here on Sunday
Commonwealth agreement but House at 11 -. | York captured the title, beating Parnes a AEA nies t fromm New Zealand via T wudec } f or ( ane : ‘ae a ENJOYING —
wanted to make sure first of all Meeting of Legislative Coun- Le ene Main—Canada ar etricta { ons ez Fe eaer ha Pyne ly The Ceramic, 9,162 ton ne cad Dr ‘ 3 | te ied a
that they could get the necessary cil at 2.00 p.m. Ward—Surrev . 6-3, secretary oe Med) which i operated under the ew Ay pe se oa
supplies of sugar from the West Meeting of the House of As- 6 ary Nation € wil for Lit and) Zoalang ine. called to Messt De mr examinatio tt e H ‘ pits
Indies. 7 sembly at 3.00 p.m. In the Semi-finals Rohlsoon| pri iat Colombian Deputy) Costa & Co., Lid. Her curge wa ft aa Sn a atte
“A Trade Liberalization Plan Meeting of Extra Mural and Gibson beat David Lurie erg nt Representative to % being CHAK ged, Somenier SBC re aan ' the District 4
will have to be made to work,” he Youth, British Council at | So.) Afric: Helen Fletcher} United Nations and to the Secur-| meat will be de int at er
added. 5.00 p.m, ‘ |_England. 7— 5. —(CP) ty Council 'shops toda ren a F :
He said it was absolutely essen- ~

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able to obtain the necessary dol- y ne Rovers,
lars to trade with Canada, Can- oer at eee halle Rove Z
ada was an important customer iv. wick Rovers
and the West Indies would suffer Everton at Kensington.
if two-way trade could not be Rangers v Police at Shell
maintained Y.MLP.C. “A” v Y.M.C.A. at
In Jamaica, Mr. Campbell said Beckles Road. -
money received for the Hurricane|| Ledge v Cable & Wireless at

being

well
Guiana. he

Relief Fund was
Of his trip to Brit

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otinemas 1952
; i , . TUESDAY, MARCH 11,
GE TWO BARBADOS. ADVOCATE EE ee
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R. JUSTICE C. Gordon Mac Intransit On Holiday Eo KNARF and Hanid, t! vs,
Kinnon of the Superior 7 -3;RANSiv on Ue é ay Neisoa RRIVING from Puerto Rico — a were surprised to find Willy ad Mf, | - ‘ iy |
irt of the. Province of Quebec, i which called here yesteraay last week by B.W.I.A. Le standing on the moss in front of | ’ i ’
if NOW paying his first visit tO Har- jorning on its Way 1i Canuasa for a holiday, were Dr, and Mrs, y toadstool and meas ae a } e > fi , |
bados. de arrived yesterday MOrn= Ja. wuss Biza Campbett of New Alexandra Forbes from Milton, } with a tape-measure Wi y had th 4 j
ing trom Montreal by the Lady york who is m-king a roun wip Massachusetts, They were accom- " } tape-measure across Robin’s che
Nelson accompanied by his wit on ine vessel rigny aown to ssrii- panied by a friend.of theirs, Mrs. and yas saying: “All right ir I've VT)
eee re remaining tor two Guiane Ralph B. Williams from Boston, Tralle teah Geaahes” now, vigt 1} :
weeks’ holiday staying at the They are staying at the Hastings “oo > last feather. i}
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The MARX Brothers in— Micky ROONEY in— i
LOVE HAPPY BIG WHEEL

, a : cre ‘beet : : . her sister Mrs, Shafler in Antigua, month's holiday, the latter part Uf
drew, endgee Christine and, Ane” Puerto Rico on punday 0 BN-LA. arrived here on Sunday evening which she “spent "at Cacrabank,
evening for Trinidad on their way was accompanied by his wife. rae rotbing to tee Si She is ae See eee
vack to Peru, after spending seven uring their three-week stay iN staying with Mr on Mrs. L. Mrs. T. C. Keefer of Montreal
weeks’ holiday here staying at Barbados, they were guests of Mr Spira of “Green Acres,” Worthing who came out with her, is staying
Coral Sands and the Hotel Royal. and Mrs, Ronald Tree of Heron \iay, i! on for a longe a is
Mr. Baird who came out with Bay, St, James. : ger pe :
them, left yesterday on a short visit .
to somne of the islands hetoee res Newly Weds Rupert and the New Bonnet—10
turning to Peru via the U.S.A, He M* and Mrs. Guy - Massel who erarumeies
is a Field Engineer of the Interna- were recently married here, y ei oY al
tional Petroleum Co. in Peru, left for Martinique by B.W.LA.
For Health Reasons yesterday, They expect to spend
M® C. G. PHILIP, merchant of approximately three months —in
(ik Roseau, Dominica, arrived Martinique and Guadeloupe be-
here yesterday morning by the fore leaving for: Paris.
Lady Nelson on a visit in the in- If time permits they may re-
terest of his health, He was accom- turn to Barbados for a few days
panied by his daughter Natalie and ©" Toute to Paris.

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: . A iRiVauw, irom Canada yes- “T'lL have your coat ready for yo thy :
io Join Her Husband A terday morning by the s.ady U.S. Medico this ddy week.” | j
— NSS DY he LOGY NOOO | eso Were wr. abu wire, F. } ; re “Very good, Mr. Toad,” said Rub that Stiffness Out of |
yesterday morning from : “ 4 R. W. 8. BARION of Duke : . \| :
; . Lawail of Princeton, New Jersey, Robin Your Limbs with .
Canada was Mrs. John Kurton wao who have come over tor a snor 3 Ho pit al ise Durham, ‘ North “The same color as the last one, | i} )s
hes now come to join ner husbana noliddy which ‘they ufe spenain Carolina, arrived here on Sunday suppose. Or would you like it a bit ! ile
who returned here some weeks ashe of Wie. meakiile Motel evening via Antigua by B.W.1.A., redder?” said Willy. te _ “ '
ago to take up un soenenene ay Be Rome at) ha: Vike ieee lame ad a about oe ages oe 7 “Just a bit redder,” answered |_ a re 6-16 |
tuner of the Cathearal organ. R : ine nuf cure: as now come to join his uncle Robin. Then he said good-bye and * T |
Mrs. Kirton, the former Miss * “in = eae ae ° Dr. N. G. Barton who is staying at \ Rok off. me ut Willy measured the caterpillar. HEALING OIL it
Doris Provencal, is the daughter * ' i 8 Super Mare Guest House. Marking Numbers . o” it
ot Mr, E. Provencal, owner ot ne megular Visit After 22 Years eee ; : . , clothes grow on you? ? ;
ar, , “ } soon as he was gone Knarf and > \ 3irds an Sees and | } ie
Provencal Organ Co., in Montreal Miss M. MUIR of Ehorieeton, RS. MARJORIE WILSON of ta on et te Willy, who ate aah ps ’ opt = eee , It penetrates quickly to }
ind Mrs. Provencal. She was an “ Nova Scotia and a regular oon ak . ae she wa ket gs and B i nt. : 18
pers. singer with the C.B.C. and is visitor to the island is now back her ah tut br lene pon Coeet upsbitaiic a iidaos De Silly Idea | soothe and stimulate... | :
laicly well known in the classical Senin ave . holiday. She qucsved is now back again for a holiday. 1 “Willy, what are you doing? “Ss Hy lly kept repeating | your tired, aching mus-
field as a composer and soprano. y rday morning by the Lady), arrived on Sunday evening by Hanid exclaimed. “Silly j t he didn’t say why | Y |
. . Bin “ . y >i , . , ' ‘Wai : see the | }
For Further Stay a and ee me eG BEWLA,, via Antigua and is stay- “W hy were you measuring thrt it was sil Wait till you se¢ : b clea.
FTER spending a week's )0l- eens so eae eon te Dare, ing with Mr. and Mrs. James Mar- Fobin ?” asked Knarf. y 909 cons ton Seeking Sere »
iday staying at the Ocean sang YP rte an gg oo yn of “Dum- ‘shall of White Hall, St. Philip. ¢ W - Bnlened, pearing. the num And wa i} il you pe thy ve sallow | MAGI : The Athlete’s
View Hotel, Mrs. V, F. Glock of Sy ys , ers down. He folded up the lca! a ache m making fe he bi . % *
ryiend, left for Trinidad on Sun- For Welfare Talks 2 On Holiday putit in a loose-leat folder, stuck t ind just ve j aa B tore biesiad a Friend
day evening by B.W.LA. She will Rt L. A. ROBEK'Ts, Social Seer two weeks’ holiday pencil behind his ear. Then he turned ee the ¥ ag n a com i wa
be remaining there as a guest of Welfare Officer of Domini- here and staying at the Has- ee ey aE aig a ‘exclaimed Willy suddenly. 4 ence
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Medlicott Vere- ca, arrived here yesterday morn- tings Hotel is Mr. W. W. Weldon of siethae ‘ a er , > ee fe € come some more customers!”
ker until March 24 when she sails ing by the L.dy Nelson.to attend Long Beach, California who ar- Mactind A MecMas Gorka tas Miart? |. Thecustoners were Simes potato a
for the U.K. on the SS. the Conference of Social Welfare rived on Sunday by B.W.LA. via ' ine ve ae am : ee. euliee be ce heat Tee, | i
Orangestadt. Officers in the British Caribbean Antigua. " DT wine” said Hanid in astonish lly got out his tape-measure = | R O O D A L T H EA TR E S ;
Canadians area which qpene at Hastings Mr. Weldon is proprietor of a Aap ment; “are you a tailor 2” ‘ Ho measured the potate bugs
RS. A. G. FENWICK of Ba- rege Berrie hy ae ear ee Riess "Month Beach. IT’S THE STYLE and not the! At tnis Willy nodded and smiled. for poika-dot dre ase ane Oe eae ot
thurst, Canada and Miss Ena Isl : Schol or a onth . climate that causes Cathy Blakely, “Indeed | am! I've just opened my pillar fer a long chocolate-colored ROXY
Parsons of Halifax Nova Scotia, 8 and cholar pe R. HOWARD C. SMITH of t don mittens and earmuffs at| $"P. I'm a tailor for airds, U! " Ss Weeuens , : EMPIRE
were arrivals yesterday morning M* E. C. M. THEOBALDS, New York,’ arrived here on Miami Beach, Fla. They are Bugs and Beetles. But, of cour Later he measured’a moth for an — | ; weani eda era ae
by the 7 r two weeks’ Deputy Director of Educa- Sunday by B.W.LA., via Antigua ali he added quickly, “I'll make clot! gt 1 all in white Today Last 2 Shows 4.45 & 8 30 ; » y m4
by the Lady Nelson for two weeks puly sunday by , gua aimed at matching the swimsuit! " 1 ; ‘ : eet Bing Crosby & Nancy Olson‘ in— Republic Whole Serial
holiday and are staying at the tion, received cable news yester- for a month's holiday. He was ac- and have nothing at all to do with| fo! junybody else, too He measured a frog for a bathing | aia MatianD MANHUNT OF ‘i
Ocean View Hotel. slay to the effect that his youngest companied by his wife and they warmth. _Knart and Hanid promptly ask« suit, NS es | MYSTERY IBLAND
Miss Parsons is Secretary to the son Thomas has been awarded the are staying at Paradise Beach Club, Willy why Birds, Bees, Bugs arc it when an ear nworm ce e | Wed & Thurs 4.50 a 8.90 esiniaes te taceeetereaiae
Deputy Minister of Highways and Jamaica Island Scholarship for Mr. Smith is a partner of the, First Time Beetles needed a tailor to make alo: eee d - mee BI? Pe ecuitan Ate in— Kian Paddee tiene, Mad cinsee
Public Works for the Province of 1951 on the results of the Cam- New York Stock Exchange. T N BARBADOS le Anekcaal clothes for them. for anythin a. ‘ou rang y ever | eras CHICAGO DEADLINE
nove ee Keldgaser sien Scheel Dertifivate. From Antigua is Mr. Christian Denteldion of th om? a Kn me eee te a nek a hy it. Xo ie t ai ~dial TOP OF THE MORNING
" \ . é n oO om?” said Kiiatr ¢ you out, u doy | Starring:
Spend Two Months Attended The Races ISS NORA ABBOTT of Anti- Schenectady, New York. He ar-|... “Silly idea,” said Willy. “Do your. nesd “lothes.” |) wittiam Holden—Nancy Olson with Bing CROSBY
R. AND MRS. WALTER R. CYRIL BARNARD, planter gua is now here, for three rived on Sunday evening bY | qT | atl eakat ena terroe ice THURS. 13th 1.30 p.m. SHOW
CARTER from England, left and turfite of St, Vincent weeks’ holiday Staying with Mrs. B/W.LA. via. Antigua and will be Bc oi LOLA AS Tg Latest Newsreel Showing: The sIOUx wae SUE
on Sunday evening by B.W.1.A. for who was here for the B.T.C. Races, B. Blake of Hastings. She was here for three weeks staying at Oro Oe SSSOS SOS GS SSOP SOO SI II IDS % |{}} Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth 11 ‘alee. aeons
Trinidad where they will join the left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for St, among the passengers arriving the Marine Hotel, > — e16" ‘ g |
S.S. Gelfito and will be returning Lucia. He was accompanied by here on Sunday evening by He has just retired from the} J ANE i TA DRESS SHOP ¥ | OLYMPIC ~~ SAT. 15th MIDNITE ;
here before going on to the U.K. Mrs. Barnard and their little son B.W.1.A. General Electric Co., where he has| % % BRUCE GENTRY i
They had spent two months’ holi- David. ; Miss Blake is employed with been working for many years as a| % LOWER BROAD ST. R Today & Tomorrow 4.30 & $15 i
. » here 1y were stay at Mess } Benne ‘wenn 4 i 5 al
day staying at Cacrabank Hotel. While here, they were staying at Messrs. G. W. Bennett Bryson and chemical engineer. & NEXT DOOR TO SINGER %{t) Charlie CHAPLAIN in—
oa Carter is a retired business the Marine Hotel. Co., otal K. Visitor Spent A Month 1EX Poaceae Ss ie % Wane geet ROYAL
_ Fi IK RS. CLARKSON Mc CAUL, f $1) ABBOT& COSTELLO in— 5
ilm Star weaves an ft cs ; ; Today Last 2 Shows 430 & 815
After S Week eis. ISS ELLA PINKAS from Eng- wife of Major Mc Caul of/X% JUST ARRIVED .... ¢ AFRICA SCREAMS CO eS Eee tema
er seven eeks M* DAVID NIVEN British and land who has been visiting to h as hese. tons 2 %
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hey ire staying at Allworth Faye Chase, daughter of Mr. and YÂ¥ ust
Cheapside. fo) ey |
Mrs. Victor Chase of “Alpha”, .
Dominica Planter Hastings. oo Saeed ss 5 ap rag MY Te)
a > ates? aw it g ‘eeling most annoyed with ime “re y an er ‘OX appear. n
ERE for two weeks’ holiday is From St. Vincent self, Rupert state to follow the great relief he tells them what has
Mr. Peter Dewhurst, a RS. P. PUNNETS was among bua whiel is howl banwaneds ** You went too far,”
planter of Portsmouth, Dominica, the arrivals from St, Vincent th ie ie a ec te a says Ferdy, ‘‘and if you follow
He arrived by the Lady Nelson on Friday morning by the R.M§, ae lib ane ae that bus you'll get further from
yesterday and is staying with Dr. Lady Rodney. She has come over how far | mae walk before | reach home than ever.'’ * Then I'd better
and Mrs. R. M. Lioyd-Still of for a holiday which she is spend- my corner, he grumbles. Just walk back a bit,"’ says Rupert. Bu
Deacons Road. ing at the Marine Hotel. then he is hailed by familiar Ferdy begins to smile and points i

voices, and the two brothers the left.

B Y T H E W A Y By Beachcomber B.B.C. Radio

I HAVE been asked to explain change, or a scene in a bar two trusted by everybody, has de- Pro amme }
what effect the freeing of the minutes before closing time, livered to Egham the genuine
foreign exchange market will Specialists, shouting to make formula for the deadly bomb.
fave on the ordinary man, themselves heard, treat the wrong But Egham is not the fool he was 11.18) aid! ieaaiete aie ee
. s “ad. Ve asaya ms ; i ; 5 a Appointment with sic;
It is quite simple. The moment patients, and as new patients ar- and his suspicions are aroused, If 11 30 am Moura Lympany (Piano);
the Bank of England stops quot- rive, the whole congested mass he could only use his wits, the 12.00 noon The News; 12 10 p.m, News . Path. Another Sensation
ing officiai forward rates, deal- surges to and fro. A practitioner trap prepared for him might turn eer a 95.58M 81 32M * 3 ® from 20x Century Fox
ings in the spot market become who stoops to tap a lady’s knee out -to be a trap for the enemies foeediinceaelnb ‘ :
Subject to coverage, and balances with his little hammer may be of his country, No wonder Sir 400 pm The News; 410 pm, The
in specified currencies are sold at submerged for a matter of hours, Hawkesleigh Muffet is nervous, Daily Service; 4 15 p.m. Marching and
x E " , ‘a ‘ ‘ ee a Waltzing; 4.45 p.m Semprini at the
market rates, This does not or stunned by a stethoscope richo- “0d shows it by drawing pictures

3 Piano; 5 00 p.m. Take it from Here;
mean that you or I can buy an cheting off some unclaimed chest, Of #irls in tights on his blotter 5 30 p.m. Composer of the Week; 5.4 |

exchange broker all the pesetas or AFTER ‘a mixed reception iM, the back room of the fried P'™ Children Singing; 6 00 pm. Per-|
lire we want, and expect our when it opened recently, New fish shop which houses M.I. Zero, 3). rege : spats ‘Round uate
benk to quote an unlimited for- York theatre critics now rave He would be still more nervous Programme Parade; 7 00 p.m. The News
ward .exchange rate, It does excitedly over Christopher Fry’s if he knew that at this moment 7.15—10.80 p.m. 25.63 M 31.32M 49 42M
mean that, with sterling still verse play, “Venus Observed,” Kooiruk was hammering out a —745 pi, Rondovous. 746 p.m / Gen
weak, we can help to keep stable with Rex Harrison and _ Lilli Message on the secret radio he erally Speaking; 800 pm The Story-
the relationship between spot and Palmer. . . . Receipts for “David kept inside jhis hat to a dirty ae apart, Fr a Britian b 0 aie
forward rates by restricting our 224 Bathsheba” have topped the little tavern in a dirty little street fyoe, ‘The Commonwealth: 9.30. bin
purchase of specific currencies to $7,000,000 mark (£2,500,000) . . in Belgrade; and that Dingi-Poos







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TUESDAY, MARCH ll, 1952



Annual Report Of
The Museum And
Historical Society

The Council of the Barbados Museum and Historical Castle in the Air ..

Society. yesterday presented its Report on the affairs of

the Society for the year ending 31st December, 1951, at Mary

the Angual General Meeting.

During, the year Mr. C. Howell Clarke

Membership of the Council.
Curator of the Museum, had
cil since 1939, The Council

resigned from
Mr. Howell Clarke, a former
been a Member of the Coun-
wishes to place on record its

appreciation of Mr, Clarke’s many years of valued and
devoted service to the Society.

_ After the Report of the Coun-
cil was read, the following
Officers and Council were elected
for the ensuing year: —

President:—Dr. Hon. Sir John
Saint, C.M.G., O.B.E., MSc., Ph.D.

Vice-Presidents:— R. W. E.
Tucker, Esq., M.A, B.Ed., Hon
J. D. Chandler, M.L.C. .

Honorary Treasurer:— C. R.
Armstrong, Esq,

Honorary Secretary:— E. M.
Shilstone, - Esq, M.B.E. M.A.,
F.S.A.

Honorary Librarian:— D. A.
Wiles, Esq., B.A.

Honorary Editor:— J. W. B.

Chenery, Esq., M.A.

Other Members of Council: —
Hon. George B, Evelyn, C. C.
Skeete, Esq., T. E. Went, Esq,,
M.B.E. W. A. Yearwood, Esq,

At the close of the normal
agenda, Miss Hilda Ridler, O.B.E.
gave a very interesting talk on
“Palestine Revisited.”

Miss Ridler had previously
given a talk on Palestine some
years ago and after a subsequent
visit, she yesterday told ah in-
teresting audience of the changes
of the times, the issues which con-
front its people and why in some
respects. they have become dis-
gruntled.

After the talk Mr. E. M, Shil-
stone gave a vote of thanks for
“the interesting talk” Miss Ridler

had given. P
Membership
At the beginning of 1951, there
were 284 members on the roll of

the Society and at the end of the
year there were 313 members
comprising: Founders 4, Honorary
Members 4, Life Members 28, An-
nual Members 190, and Associate
Members 87.

The following additions to
bership were made during
year:

Mem-
the

Life Members

FE. Victor Goddard, Mrs. A. Sealy

Annual Members
J. B. Beckles, W. E_ Blades, F
Coliymore. Professor J. S- Dash, O.B E.,
A. EB. Douglas Smith, C B Dowding,
Gil, J. € Hammond, P
Hewitt-Myring, F. A_ Hoyos, Miss H
3, Mrs. J. Lee, Cc. W. Leyéel, Mrs.

Meyrick, A. C H Pilgrim,
DB Rice, C. B. Sisnett, Mrs B fl
Skinner, Hon. R. N Turner, Mrs. E
A. Weekes. |

Associate Members
Mrs K. W. Boog-Watson, Mrs. F
Branch, G . Bryan, L P Bushell, Mrs
I D Connell, H Mrs NOA
Edwards, Miss G â„¢#
Hewitt-Myring, Mrs
Mrs D_ C. Ince, R

rie, Mrs. B
Sinckler . ,
The Council is anxious to In-
crease the roll of Membership to
at least 500, Members are asked
to encourage their friends to join

the Society.

Society’s Headquarters
During the year repairs were
carried out on the roof of the
Jubilee Gallery, and the row of
cells to the South of the Jubilee
Gallery. was re-roofed to save the

L B. Ry



Shorthand Results

The following students sat the
Shorthand Examination of the
Pitman's Institute in December,
1951 -were successful.

Girls’ Industrial Union

50 w.p.m. Hortensia Farnum
and Eileen Herbert. :
Combermere Centre, Evening

Institute

50 w.p.m: Alfred Ince, Daphne
Legall, and Winifred Wiggins.

60 w.p.m: Daphne Legall.

80 w.p.m: Jean Clarke, Denise
Curwen, Vere Spencer, Sybil Jones
and Meldeane Massiah.

eer

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rafters, which were in good con-
dition, from damage. It is hoped
to convert this row of cells into
a new gallery when the Society's
funds permit. These repairs were
carried out under the supervision
of Mr. Miles Cecil of Messrs, D. M.
Simpson & Co., who generously
gave his services without charge.
The Society is indebted to Mr.
Cecil for his generous help.

Museum and Library

The Museum and Library re-
ceived’ a number of gifts during
the year, but the most outstanding
acquisition was the Taylor Col-
lection of Arawak relics. This was
acquired for the Museum through
the Museum Collections Fund.
The Taylor Collection together
with other Arawalt material exca-
vated during the year near the
site of a former excavation in
Christ Church, and the Society’s
existing collection, will make a
fairly representative collection of
the island’s pre-history when these
are displayed together. There is
also much material, unsuitable
for exhibition, but of interest to
students of archaeology, some of
which is of a fragile character.
Unfortunately, the Society's funds
do not permit of the purchase of
adequate cabinets for its storage.

The Society received a subven-
tion of $240.00 from the British
Council,

Museum Collections Fund

The Museum Collections Fund
was started in May at the sug-
gestion of Mr. Ronald Tree, who
generously subscribed $150.00 to
the fund, and. has promised to
make this gontribution annually.
The object of the fund is to pur-
chase furniture, silver, china, and

on page 5
—

Club Tennis

The Savannah Club’s Annud
Tournament opened yesterday.
The following matches were
played. .
Ladies’ Singles
Mrs.-R. S. Bancroft defeated
Mrs. J. Connell 8—6, 7—5.
Mrs. R. Challenor lost to Mrs.
I. J. Niblock 1—6, 3—6.
Miss G. Pilgrim defeated Miss
M. Wood 6—2, 6—1.
Mrs, D. E. Worme defeated Miss
R. Hudson 6—1, 6—1.
Men’s Singles
Cc. B. Sisnett defeated W. H.

6—4, 6—0.
W. H. C. Knowles defeated I. J.
Niblock 7—5, 6—1.

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P 1127 Fille d’Iran HH 6405 Waterbell
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Vamosse Wutts

Vamoose, skippered by Teddy
Hoad, won the Third ‘Tornado
Regatta of the first series which
was sailed in Carlisle Bay yester-

Mail at 1 pm

day morning.
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started. Second was Edril, and

third Comet. |
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mn September 1951 a Cabinet
comprising members of authentic] F. D, Barnes defeated D. BE. Seawell
* revolutionary Democrat spa Lib-,;Cuke 6—0, 6—1.
eral parties was reshuffled i TO-DAY’S FIXTURES ae
readiness for presidential election Ladies’ Pht ARRIVALS = By PE Wiis.
jue this year. 5 s, Mi E. From San Juan
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AKBADOS Biggs ADV
. — March Hi, 1982

FOR ACTION.

IT is still not too late for Barbados to
avail itself of the most unique opportun-
ity which it has to earn dollars. In the

National Geographic Magazine for March
1952 there appears an aarticle entitled
“Barbados Outrider of the Antilles” with
a map and 28 illustrations, 19 in natural
Never before has Barbados had
guch publicity. Its publicity value has
been reliably estimated at more than
$250,000 (U.S.) The cost to Barbados was
$1,200 B.W.1. of which $800 was refunded
by way of free gifts of photographic nega-
tives.

During the months of January and
February’ 1951, Mr. Charles Allmon came
to Barbados at the invitation of the Bar-
bados Publicity Committee which con-
tributed $1,200 towards his normal living
expenses while here’ The original sugges
tion for inviting Mr. Allmon was made by
Mr, Philip Hewitt-Myring, Public Rela-
Adviser to the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare, who saw him
taking photographs in the garden of Gov-
ernment Trinidad, and was im-
pressed with the thoroughness with which
The result of that
suggestion can be seen in the March num-
ber of the National Geographic Magazine.
If this were the end of the story, Barba-
dos could afford to sit back and wait for
the effects of this quarter of million dol-
lars worth of free publicity to take effect
during the next five years. But can it?

Search through the pages of the March
number which contains the article on
Barbados will reveal invitations to vaca-
tion in West Virginia’s magic mountains,
to sun yourself on Capri’s Marina Piccola,
to follow the enchanting Columbia River
to Pacitie Northwest, to visit Europe, New
York, Massachusetts, Ontaria, San Diego,
Oregon, Missouri, the Belgian Congo,
Washington, Maine, bug never once to see
Barbados.

Mr. Allmon

colours.

tions

House,

he was doing the work

has brought Barbados to
the attention of between five and six
million readers of the National Geo-
graphic Magazine. But Barbados has so
far found itself incapable of spending
$600 U.S. to tell these same millions that
here in Barbados we could not maintain
our standards of living or provide employ-
ment for so many of our people without
the millions of dollars earned each year as
receipts from tourism.

The Publicity Committee has on its
the names of no less than
vighty, trading concerns in Bridgetown to
whom circulars have been addressed ask-
ing for finaneial support of the Commit-
tee. If each of these eighty firms today
contributed only $10 each, tomorrow the
Publicity Committee could engage a small
advertising space in «the nex't available
issue of the National Geographic Maga-
zine to tell millions of readers that Bar-
bados is more than an outrider of the
Antilles and that if sugar is king, tourism
is our Queen of industries,

That sum of money and more has had
to be spent recently in the purely nega-
tive action of contradicting erroneous
statements emanating from Trinidad to
the effect that Barbadian hotels were
filled at a time when they could accommo-
date hundreds of visitors. If the traders
who have so far paid no heed to the Pub-
licity Committee’s requests for support’
are blind to their own interests and
cannot see that tourism is the only safe-
guard this island possesses to cushion the
inevitable fluctuations of the sugar indus-
try and to maintain prosperity which has
to be maintained if economic depression is
to be avoided, the recently formed hotel
association should regard it as their re-
sponsibility to secure an early advertise-
ment in the National Geographic Maga-
‘rine. Otherwise Barbadian lack of vision
will have failed to exploit this unique
oppartunity, and we shall all suffer in
consequence.

NOTES FOR HIG 3

; MOSCOW, March 10.

The United States, British and French
envoys to Moscow were summoned to the
Soviet Foreign Office to-night and were
handed notes on Germany by Deputy For-
eign Minister Andrei Gromyko. An em-
bassy spokesman declined to disclose the
contents of the notes.

It appeared obvious that the Soviet notes
contained proposals for accelerating the
conclusion of the peace treaty with Ger-
many and the re-establishment of German
unity.

It seemed highly probable that the notes
proposed a Four Power mecting on Ger-
many to take place soon. Soviet Ambassa-
dor Grigori Pushkin, Russian envoy in Ber-
lin handed (Communist East German)
Premier Otto Grotewohl of the German
democratic republic an answer on Febru-
ary 20 to East Germany’s appeal to the
four occupying powers for immediate con-
clusion of the peace treaty with Germany
and the re-establishment of German unity.

In their reply the Soviets promised “to
do everything in their power to expedite
the conclusion of the German peace treaty
and the restoration of the German state.”

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| Steamships calling at George-
town, British Guiana, get a much
quicker dispatch than they do at
Bridgetown and this is ,undoubt-
edly due to the fact that British
Guiana has a natural deep water
harbour.

Barbados still relies on the an-
tiquated system of lighters bring-
ing cargo from steamships an-
chored in Carlisle Bay to be
discharged on the waterfront of
the Careenage. The lighters,
when laden, are not easily man-
ageable to their crews who have
to propel them with heavy oars.

After travelling for some dis-
tance before they are berthed in
the Careenage, they are then un-
loaded — often by hand — tor
the cargo to be removed from the
waterfront by lorries and carts to
warehouses around the City, And
the situation is even more aggra-
vating when the harbour is full



of steamships because of te
shortage of lighters.
But it is easy at Georgetown

Steamships have the facility of
tying up alongside wharves which
are merely wooden projections to
warehouses, sO much so that the
tops of the warehouses partly
shelter the workers on th
wharves,

A wharf accommodates one
ship. The stearmships’ cargo is
slung out of their hatches right on
to little motor trucks with detach-
able platforms — one truck work-
ing more than one platform —
and, already in the warehouses,
| the cargo is carried to the particu-
lar spot -vhere it is to be stored.
It is vst as easy when steamships
are teing loaded at Georgetown

Ele. *n wharves are in constant
| use in ine harbour, shipping firms
owning 10 and the Government
one. Four of the wharves are
specially allotted to schooners but
if any of the steamship wharves
are available, arrangements can
be made for the schooners to use
them,

Some steamships callin, at
Georgetown are tended by light-
lers. There are seven wharves for
| steamships and when they are all
occupied, other steamships arriv-
ing in the harbour use lighters, The
steamships are however anchored
near the wharves and it is not as
difficult to get the cargo to the
|wharves as it is in Barbados to
get it to the waterfront.

There is not much to choose be-
tween the shipping conveniences;
both ports offer small motor
vessels and schooners, minor
difficulties.

At Barbados, small craft enjoy
a well sheltered harbour. Their
decks are aynost on a level with
the waterfront and loading is easy.
At Georgetown, the small craft
operate at wharves and also en-
joy good shelter, Perhaps bridge-
town has the advantage of not





A definite move towards feder-
ation of the East African terri-
tories with those of Central Africa
fis being planned. A _ prelimin-
ary unofficial conference, to be
held under the auspices of the
Capricorn-Africa Society, at
present being discussed in Salis-
bury, Southern Rhodesia,

is

This conference aims at bring-
ing together leaders of the three
East African territories for frank,
informa] discussions with repre-
sentatives from the Rhodesias and
Nyasaland. Architect of the pres-
ent scheme is Colonel David Stir-
ling, founder of the Capricorn-
Africa Society, who has been as-
sociated with the federation
movement in Africa for some time.
It has the support of many M.P’s
in this country, on both sides of
the House.

Originally Stirling’s conference
was timed to precede the oificial
Central African Federation Con-
ference, to be held in London in
April. It was intended that the
views of the six territories should
be co-ordinated in some form of
blueprint for the scheme, which
could then be laid before the
London Conference. This, it was
‘thought, would enable the pro-
tagonists of the Central African
Federation scheme to relate their
propasals to the wider partnership
scheme in Africa.

Now, after discussions in most
of the territories concerned, and
on the advice of many interested
|M.P’s in Britain, it has been de-
cided to hold the conference a
month or two after the London
discussions on the Nyasaland-
Rhodesias link,

It is felt that
much at once
the whole issue.

to attempt too
might prejudice
And the suc-



B,B.C. ‘Radio Notes



Wednesday, 12th March

The current series in “Calling
the West Indies” on Wednesdays
concludes on the 12th inst. when
Professor Kenneth Wheare, Glad-
stone Professor of Government in
the University of Oxford and an
acknowledged authority on the his-
tory of federation in the Common-
wealth, will look at the West In-
dies. In the previous programmes
Douglas Hall, a Jamaican gradu-
}ate of Toronto University and
M.Sc. (London) in Economics
has been questionMg Professor
| Wheare on the main characteris-
tics of three examples of federa-
tion in the English-speaking world,
the U.S.A., Canada and Austra-
lia. In this, final programme
Douglas Hall will ask Professor
Whgare to look at the West Indies
and see whether there are any
dissimilarities or whether the
same principles which apply to the
three cases can apply and if so,
| what are the possible develop-
ments from the starting point of
| the Rance Committee Report. Th«
| broadcast begins at approximately
7.25 p.m. and can be heard in the
{25 and 31 metre bands.
Preceding the above discussion





BARBADOS ADVOCATE





By H. 0. HUSBANDS

having as strong a tide in the
Careenage as is experienced in
the “waltzing” Demerara River
which flows through the harbour
at about 4 knots. Congestion is
oceasicnally experienced at both
ports.

A schooner loadin
ing bags or cases o
local Careenage uses her rope
«nd blocks almost always to
handle the cargo. But at George-
town, the bags are sent to the
hold by a chute while steam pro-
peiled cranes operating on lines
on the wharves do the job. The
method used at the latter port is
faster and saves :nore Manpower.

Statistics @rawn up at the local
and Georgetown Harbour and
Shipping Departments show that
vetween 1945 and 1951, that there
were 1,496 more steamships and
motor vessels cleared at George-
town harbour than at Bridgetown

or discharg-
cargo in the

harbour while 1,962 more sailing
vessels mostly schooners —
cleared at Bridgetown than at

Georgetown. The highest number
cl steamships clearing at George-
town in any of those years was
665 in 1951 while the highest at
bridgetown was 602 in 1Â¥900. Tne
lowest numbers were 410 in 19490
and 271 in 1946,

With schooners, the highest
number clearing at Georgetown in
any of those years was 244 in
1947 while the highest at Bridge-
town was 547 in 1946. The low-
est numbers were 165 in 1945 and
365 in 1951. More schooners call
at Bridegtown than do at George-
town because quite a number of
those on the intercolonial run
trade with transhipment cargo
from other West Indian islands
for Barbados plus the fact that
Barbados imports a wider variety
of intercolonial produce than Brit-
ish Guiana,

British Guiana, like Barbados,
is mostly visited by ships from
U.K., U.S.A. and Canada. The
shipping fluctuates according to
amount of bauxite that is ready
to be exported from the colony.
But apart from that, the ship-
ping is practically static all the
year round. The closing of the
St. Lawrence River during the
winter months affects the bauxite
shipments to Canada. With Bar-
bados, more ships call during the
crop season to load sugar for U.K.
and Canada.

The presence of a bar across
the Georgetown harbour prevents
big steamships from taking full
loads of the bauxite—navigation
would be unsafe—and to make up
for this, motor vessels take baux-
ite to Chagauramus, Trinidad,
where it is stock piled. Then big
ships call at Chaguaramus for the
bauxite and take it to Canada.

By HAZEL MAY

cess of the first link-up is essen-
tial if federation is to be extended
further.

There are many who believe
that if the Central African federa-
tion scheme is put into effect, its
benefits will eventually convince
hostile sections of African opinion
that it would be in the interests of
the territories to extend it to em-
brace East Africa

Two M.P.’s closely concerned
with Colonial affairs have strongly
supported this view in interviews.
Mr. Stanley Evans, Labour Mem-
her for Wednesbury, emphasised
that “timing was all-important.”

“Both in this country and iin
Africa there are people who could
be frightened off the entire feder-
ations project if we rush things at
first,” he said, “I am opposed to
the idea of bringing up the ques-
tion of East Africa at the time of
the Central African talks in
London.

“But I am fully in favour of the
inclusion of the East African ter-
ritories in the federation scheme.
I believe it holds the greatest
promise for the future. If they
hold a conference immediately
after the London one I shall cer-
tainly try to go to Salisbury for
it!”
Mr. A, D. Dodds-Parker, Con-
servative Member for Oxford
(Banbury division) who is also
closely connected with the scheme,
said:

“By the federation of these six
territories we could form a stron
economic and political bloe in
Africa — a bloe which would
prove to the rest of the world
that the white man and the Afri-
cans can live and work together
with the degree of happiness and
suecess which it has long been

News

on “Federation in the British West
Indies” will be the final talk in
the series of “Contemporary
Sketches” in which two speakers
have been talking about four colo-
nies in the West Indies, This final
talk will be on Jamaica and will
be given by E. W. Evans, C.M.G.,
formerly of the Colonial Service
and now of the Department of
History in Bristol University who
in 1942 visited the West Indies on
behalf of the BBC, This talk be-
gir \1t 7.15 p.m. and will be fol-
lowed immediately by the feder-
ation discussion outlined above.
The Teetse Fly
Feature programme of the week
from London will be “The King-
dom of the Fly” in which the story
is told of the battle against the
tsetse flv which has for genera-
tions influenced the whole course
( life much potentially
agricultural land being
untilled or cultivated labori-
isly by hand-hoeing, since
Plough animals cannot live on it
I use of this fly. For years the
battle against this fly has been









Bridgetown And |

Georsetown

Shipping activities in Georgetown
have been definitely increased be-
cause of recent expansion of the}
bauxite trade, |

Adding considerably to the}
activity of harbour are small
coastal vessels*\which run up and
down the coast to the sugar
estates and also to Trinidad. They
bring sugar into Georgetown from
points up the coast and tranship-
ment cargo from Trinidad. Tank-

ers call there for loads of pure fruit growers

cane molasses and there
coastal vessels for bringing the
molasses down the coast from the |
estates to be stored in tanks. The
molasses is then pumped into the

and Canada.

send tankers to British Guiana to}
discharge oil and gasoline from
Trinidad. There is also a Govern-

and down the river and along th
coast for the purpose of serving
points outside of Georgetown
They take passengers and cargo.

Most of their cargo is from the the most fantastic profits in spite of stiff
taxes is shown by
Company.
Navigation of steamships is pre-| (a) had record sales worth £77,000,000; (b)
}paid out £11,500,000 in taxes, and (c) had

northwest district which grow:
large crops of plantains, eddoe
yams, potatoes etc.

carious in the Georgetown ha:
bour owing to the bar which is
deposit of mud from the Demerar® |
River, The harbour is only pos
sible for vessels drawing abou
20 feet or less and pilotage i
compulsory. All steamships goin
into the harbour have first to sto»
at the lightship, which is about 1°
to 13 miles out to sea from th*|
port, and from there they ar
taken in by the pilot. Georgetow |
has two high tides a day and onl
at these periods are steamshi
«ken into the harbour.

Shallow spots in Carlisle Ba) |
make it wise for steamship skip- |
pers who ‘are not familiar with |
the harbour to take the local pilo. |
but there is nothing to preven |
a captain from taking the risk 0°
bringing in his ship himself.

Quite a number of ships an-
chor in Carlisle Bay without be-
ing “piloted in.” |

Intercolonial vessels and = 4i
coastal craft are not piloted int
Georgetown harbour and only i
rare cases do captains wait o! |
high tide to take them in. Bi:
schooners that are heavily lade:
with cargo sail in with the tidc
and the captains navigate to lee
ward of the lightship to avoid be
ing mudwrecked. For these ves
sels to enter the local Careenag¢
they wait on high tide becaus
there is a sand bar at the mout!
of the Careenage which only per
mits vessels drawing less than 1
feet of water to enter at any stat
of the tide

Federation For East African
Territories

our desire to achieve, In particu -
jar we want to be able to demon-
strate this, without any shadow
of doubt, to our friends in Sout!

| United States, increase again.

bombings down in Florida is hitting Florida
are/to talk about it much.

were mysteriously dynamited, a boycott, un-
tankers and transhipped to U.K |Official but none the less effective, has been
;put on Florida oranges and grapefruit by

The Esso and Shell Companies the housewives of Harlem and the Bronx.

ably explains the rather poor tourist season
ment coastal fleet which runs up ‘that Florida is having this year.



Africa and the people of Wes
Africa.

“If we do not succeed in bring
ing about federation we wii
surely see Southern Rhodesia drif
into the orbit of the Union, fol-
lowed by the break-up of any
degree of unity in Africa.”

A number

will fly out to the Salisbury con-
ference. Those who are interestec
in the scheme include Mr. A. E.
Baldwin, Conservative Membe:
for Hereford (Leominster divis-
ion), Mr, Patrick Gordon Walker,

Labour Member for Smethwick! threatening to drag Britain into a vast war
of State in Asia.”

and former Secretar:
for Commonwealth lations in
the Socialist Government, Mr. Wil-

liam Coldrick, Labour Member/Times say, in effect, that the Bevanites

for Bristol, (North-East division)
and Mr. Julian Amery, Conserva-
tive Member for Preston
division).

In Africa Sir Godfrey Huggins,

Prirne Minister of Southern Rho-| And the Times says the “wild men” arc

desia, and Mr, Roy Welensky,
leader of the Unofficial Members
of Legislative Council of North-
ern Rhodesia have already stated
they will attend.

One of tne main themes of
discussion will be the steps to be

taken to improve the relationship} household goods stores in the United States,

between Europeans and Africans
in the six territories, The sup-

porters of East-Central Federation|no children of my own—you are my chil-

hope that if a clear and progres-
sive policy is laid down now it

may obviate the type of oppositio | She is naming 100 of them in her will.

which has so far held up the Rho-
desias and Nyasaland link.

Colonel Stirling, at present in
Salisbury, plans to return to Lon-
don next month.



West Indies Federation In The

going on and men of science from
the great German chemist. Erlich,

have worked on the problem. A] cars crawled along it last week-end.

few years ago a new drug known
as Antrycide was discovered by
a research team headed by Dr.
Garnet Davey and his colleague,
Dr. F. H. S. Curd. This not only

cures the disease in cattle which

is caused by the fly but will also| at his own request since last November,

give an immunity for a consid-
erable period and may change the

face of Africa. Listeners will hear | Ashley). And producer Dore Schary an-
about this drug in the programme nounces

which lasts for a.full hour and

begins at 9.00.pm, on Wednes-| aptly titled “Never Let Me Go.”

day, 12th March.
‘King Lear’

We remind our readers that at
the present time the BBC is

of MPs from both U.S.—that in certain circumstances Britait
sides of the House, it is believed | would associate herself with action against

(North|in America who want to force Britain into

THE AMERICAN COLUMN

Wives Boycott
Sunny Land

WASHINGTON.
RACIAL tensions, always latent in the

By

An unexpected offshoot of recent terror
hard, although nobody likes

Because synagogues and Negro homes

And I’m told that the same reason prob-

IN THE MONEY
That American companies can still land

the Reynolds Metals
It announces that last year it

net earnings, a record for its history, of
£ 5,650,000.

HE DREW WOMEN

Howard Chandler Christy, dead at 79 in
his New York home, was one of America’s
most famous illustrators, in the fine and
florid tradition of Charles Dana (“Gibson
Girl”) Gibson.

Christy saw action in Cuba during the
Spanish-American war and made an early
reputation drawing ‘‘he-man” types.

Then one day, fed up, he announced to his
editor that he intended switching to lovely
women.

And from then on that is just what he did,

CINEMA GAME

In Vero Beach, Florida, where his team

in spring training, Walter O’Malley,
president of the Brooklyn Dodgers, predicts
that big baseball games will be shown regu-
larly in movie theatres via TV soon.

THE OLIVIERS’ DREAM
Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh were
asked by a New York interviewer if they
have ever thought of quitting the stage.
“Often,” they replied, “but it’s an idle
dream.”

is

THE HUMAN TOUCH

Groucho Marx agreed to do a book reviéW
for a newspaper. When he sent it in he added,
a note, reading: “I was so busy writing the
review I never got around to reading the
book. Is it good ?” \
American Newspapers are praising Mr.
Churchill and slamming the Bevanites as a

result of a recent big foreign affairs debate
in the House of Commons.

In this debate, you will remember, Mr.
Churchill revealed a secret agreement which
the Socialist Government made with the

China “not confined to Korea.”

Says the New York Herald-Tribune
“Effect of the debate is to expose the hollow-
ness of the Bevan argument that the U.S. is

The Herald-Tribune and the New York
dreamed up the idea of sinister “wild men”

a China war.

just a “myth.” *
ALL HER CHILDREN

IN NEW YORK, petite, blonde Mrs. Else
Schlemmer, president of one of the oldest

summons her employees and says: “I have

dren.” And 69-year-old Mrs. S. reveals that

_ SLOW SHOW

UP in Trenton, New Jersey, some very
long faces. Not long ago they opened a great
new by-pass, 118 miles long, to ease traffic
congestion on the New York-Washington
route.

But congestion on the new road is already
just as bad as the congestion it was supposed
to relieve—it is being used to the tune of 160
per cent. of the expert estimates, and 200,000

NEVER, MR. GABLE
CLARK GABLE, returns in triumph te
M.G.M. in Hollywood (he’s been off salary
pending the divorce from the former Sylvia

that Clark's firsi film will be the

TOO TOO SPORTY
A LONG, hard look is taken by Federal

Communications Commission at 15 radio and

broadcasting a special discussion} TV stations, which it thinks, give too much

and reading

of Shakespeare's
“King Lear’

with West Indians

attention to horse-racing results in the after-

such as John Figueroa, Errol John, | noon.

Noel Vaz and Pauline Henriques
taking part. The series consists |
of eight programmes in all and)
began on the 4th February. It is;
on the air in the, special West In-
dies half-hour—in the 25 and 31
metre band—on Mondays begin-/|
ning at 7.15 p.m,

ECONOMY LINE
MY favourite headline today—the Wall
Street Journal saying: Tourist flow to Florida
playground is laggard — tightwad or
noted.”

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To St. Jo seph Parochial Bull dings ‘ nd Historical Society



: s i’s ris thie an
AT their meeting yesterday, the Vestry of St. Joseph island’s history, which wil

be General Certificate Examination



placed on exhibition at + he A talk on “Greece” was also given|

decided on the recommendation of their Building Commit- 2. 2 Museum, The Taylor 7
; c ; . ; : > Taylor Collection of by the Guide Teacher to a group
tee to earmark $4,000 to be spent on repairs and alterations Decision In As = College. ap? \

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: a Arawak relics was purchased for from Queen's College $ hau en he Se eee
to their parochial buildings. . ss $720.00, which Mrs. Taytor agreed Journal Wnade sabiicine oo ee ee
It was also decided to fix the rate on land in the parish Woundi eB o jaccept in two instalments of The Quarterly number for No- Ee eekenhen a Ue - ;
‘ : . i 360.00. inste _ s amber § ‘ ati | y exercise or straining of the @
at £3 10s, for the next parochial year, an increase of 10). ETE s000e, One isiament was paid vember fab), the aero § muscles thas no aul as a
. r ik “Sella : ; ber, 2 - publishe ng te sreasec peaee
~~ ynes = a inet ae - Case Reversed stalment is due in September 1952. costs of production it has been ar Cowen. x
en e¢ matter came up on pf Contribution to this fund may be necessary to include advertising in
the Agenda, Mr. Haynes moved 3

sent to the Museum or to the Hon mné g » C > s|
that the rate be the same as last In-the Assistant Court of Ap- Treasurer. the journal, and the Council i:

For Rheumatism, Sciatica x
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aoe cara 06 4 i Sprains, Bruises, nbroxe. %
year, Mr. Smith made a counter peal yesterday Their Honours Mr. Gone ve sae : You cah enjoy Britain’: Chilblains, ete, apply the %
motion that it be £3. 10s. 0d. : J. W. B. Chenery and Mr, H. A Exhibitions and Lectures mr ee ; favourite tobaccos. Sis Liniment freely, ana ruo ¥
Speaking in support on his Vaughan reversed a decision of Z Progress blends te choose {ror lightly. $
motion, Mr. Smith pointed out His Worship Mr. E, A, McLeod, His Excellency the Governor, - Im reviewing thie attain f the : ok pl ah For Neuritis, apply the Lini- $
that for many years the rate on Police Magistrate of District “A’, ®CCOmpanied by Lady Savage paid Society for this 7 st yee ; the nee tee ment to the affected part, %
land had remained at £3, while ‘vho dismissed without prejudice three visits to the Museum during Council paint withe Caan - > of vintage lal 1% and cover with a piece of %
traders, particularly small retail a case in which Fitz Worrell of ‘%€ year to inspect exhibitions isfaction. to the ler Werending Ey \ glint until tingling occurs. R
shop-keepers were being assessed Holder's Land, St. Michael, was The following artists held ex- measure of success attending the t y Remove the lint, apply a | 2
On money which they were not chav_ed with wounding Woodville hibitions of their work ai the Society's activities and work under & tle cold cream where the
making. ; Edwards on June 29 with a stick, Museum Sybil Atteck of ‘Trini- the capable and untiring efforts of s Liniment has been applied x
He argued that in spite of the Their Honours ordered Worreli 944, Carl Broodhagen, Marjoric the Director, Mr. Neville Connell $ and cover with clean flannel. ®
vise in cost of commodities, the to pay a fine of 20/- in 14 days or Broodhagen of British Guiana, ‘The steady progress of, the $ For Bronchitis, Lumbago. %
retailers made the same margin of ene month’s imprisonment with Harold Connell, John Harrison’ Museum's accomplishments in all % ete. It may be applied in all
profit which they had received ha.c «wbour, Counsel in the case Robert J. McLeod, and Garne: departments disclosed by this and x cases where a mustard plas-
before the increased cost, and be- weie Mr, J. E, T. Brancker for Francis, Arnold Prince and Cecil the last Annual Report is for the §& ter is indicated. The Lini- $
cause they did not keep books, they Ecwa ds and Mr, J. S, B. Dear Adams of Antigua. Exhibitions the most part attributable to the Yment will be found to act
could not really show the extent toc Worrell, were also held of Children’s Ari productive and highly efficient $ with advantage in that the %
of their business, He felt that Woodvilie Edwards told the from Great Britain loaned by the influence of the Directo & pores of the skin are given
many of those small traders were cu.t that on June 29 at about British _Council, West Indian The Council takes the greates Sa better chance of free actio g
not able to pay the taxes for which 4 p.m, ho was going home from Children’s Art, Paintings of pleasure in acknowledging Mr ¥ than with such a plaster 3
they were assessed. They were B.andon’s beach when he saw L Ecole des Roches, Paris, loaned Connell’s eminent services in the .
asked to carry the tremendous



he defendant, Both of them had bY John Harrison Esq., local cause of the institution and re-
burden of providing the balance of ..% a talk and the defendant took up Schoolchildren’s Art & Handi-jcords its grateful appreciation ot)
money required after the land PROF. BEASLEY stick and hit him at the back Pi ; f ; s, Ganymede Facsimile | these,

owner had made his contribution, ‘i ‘ . 1g of his head with it. He then went Prints loaned by the British] @wi@totcter os ote tecce
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o the General. Hospital. Council, a collection of West In- Auditors B its volun it Ole oa a 3
all the time. He therefore moved FOR CATTLE TALKS Dr. D. A, Gale said that he ex- dian paintings loaned by John] The Council wishes to record its SO: AGENTS? % sinites ‘weesteble ofl, before 2
that the rate on land should be professor C. G. Beasley Eco- ®Mined Edwards at the General. Harrison Esq., The Barbados Pho-| grateful thanks to Messrs, Fitz- MESSRS, A. S. BRYDE & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD., % applying : ae
increased to £3. 10s. 0d. nomic Adviser to C.D. & W, in Hospital on June 29 and found tographic Society's Annual Ex- patrick Graham & Co, the > P.O. BOX BRiOGETOWN, BARBADOS e ECT 3
Mr. A. Carter supported the the West Indies, left the colony that he had a cut on his head. hibition, and a Loan Victorian Society's Honorary Auditors ro pakaedtbacan: DIRECTIONS FOR USE }
argument put forward by MY. over the week end by B.W.LA. This cut was three inches long Exhibition in aid of the Museum BOOTS Family Liniment is $
Smith and produced figures tO tj head the Special. Board and an X-ray examination showed Collections Fund, MC Tada os excellent for pains of every X
show that the trader last year paid aynointed by the Jamaica Gov- 2O bone injury, He was dis- Lectures were given at Meetings SS description. Apply the Lin:- $
a rate of $1.59 in the pound, al- ornment to enquire into the charged the next day. The injury of the Society by Dr. Aubrey ore ou ment freely to the affected %
most 1/3 of what he made, as Cattle Industry. could have been caused by a blunt oe on “Hong Kong”, Dr, Ida h part with or without very $
a t $4.10 paid on the acre. The terms of reference of the instrument, zraves on “Currency and gentle rubbing. Do not band- ¥
LikewMr. Smith, he feltethat poard which includes Dr. Hug- Money in the West Indies,” Mr. Loose Bloody Jeoth age or cover closely after a 1%
trade was carrying a terrific bur- gins, Director of the Institute for Wound Proved J. C. Hammond, M.A, on “The} soose Tooth mean that you may e e application, Should rubbing %
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made a motion to this effect, but West Indies, are to make recom- one in which the wound was Tour through the United States,” fall out and may aJp0 cause Kheus zs with a piece of lint. Wher
it was not seconded, and Mr. mendations with regard to the proved. The case was established which was illustrated by coloured eae Sieeding whe “Arat day, A REALLY the part begins to tingle, re- %
Smith’s motion was agreed to. establishment of the cattle indus- and the defendant should be con- slides and cine films. ends gore mouth and quickly tighi ‘move the lint, apply a little @
try, to found a long-term basis yicted of wounding his client with A course of 4 lectures was ens the “peth Iron clad guaran Se enbins” ty ae ae >
ENDS HOLIDAY to achieve increased efficiency the stick, The doctor had said given by Mr, John Harrison,. Art ahareava Voucatein ee manor beat SAFE and lightly cover with aX
Mr. Norman Padmore, a Bar- and maximum local production of that there was a wound on the Exhibitions Officer, British} en return of empty package, Cet i E aey Carano re
badian now resident in Trinidad beef, milk and milk products at complainant’s head, The evidence Council, on “Looking at Pictures.” (Reet en or cte soe lowe R Se Family Lini-®
as a member of that colony’s prices fair to the consumer and of three witnesses showed that a Mr. Harrison also gave a series @ guarante ’ Lioum : cases eg san nr oe int-®
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constabulary, returned to Trini- producer. stick was used on Edwards. of lectures on “Five Master Pajnt- & ORR penat ee. aie aie
dad yesterday evening by B.W.1.A. The appointment of the Board Mr, Dear said that Edwards ers” at the Museum under the Kof the trouble, giving a®
after spending three months’ follows public outcry about the ,

: << icp : : could have sustained this injury auspices of the Extra-Mural De-]
holiday here with his relatives recent ee reerelig beef and milk i+}, had fallen on a step which partment of University College,
in Gill's Road prareece., ¢ OCR, was likely as both men had a West Indies,

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Fal N Pass through Barbados on their Michael, at about 11.45 a.m. on ing the Children’s Museum, MIAMI x ’ | = :
ame way to aw p aes teat wre oP eae . t
a se four ‘months: Saturday. The fire started at Wil Children’s Museum x SHOP ty A 1] x
Her Swedish crew are expected dey and spread to Upton, The \ Daily flights—non-stop service from x %
His Worship Mr, H. A. Talma, to take ‘plane from Columbia canes are the property of D. E. pro Children’s Museum had a] San Juan, Special 1-Day Round % Oo Lis *
Police Magistrate of District “A” back to Sweden where they will eee vcs ow and ronaxet busy and successful year, Groups| ‘Trip Excursion Fares now in effect. % pre Rua ae . . ae " %
yesterday ordered Fitzgerald Gas- sign on the second motor ship Traders Ltd., and were insured. from 8 schools regularly attended % MB , 4 ¥ %
kin of St. Cearee to ee a fine of to be carried over for — The fire extended ie Wee: A iceen four nine bhen deren and ST. CROIX x AE d WIPV AN TA GE Or THESE %
£5 by instalments when he found Iscopesca Company. Capt. Hil- of M. Edey of Kendal Hill an “i is term, Christ S
him guilty ‘of giving a false name masson will remain in Columbia burnt a quantity of ripe canes ent, taal wena School 4 st. THOMAS x UNRI DEA TABL KE VALUES x
to Sgt. Bancroft on March 8, to teach fishermen there to oper- which were not insured, and the Ursuline Convent also| Frequent fighto by swift eee % / oad Fed A %
ate that kind of ship. It also burnt a hole, six inches sent groups, Classes were held as type Clipper*. Convenient depar. x
Sgt. Bancrott told the court that The story around Albocora is jn diameter, in the roof of a house follows: Easter term, “How Plants| ‘ure times. x
ad teen eo delta tears canes manatee eto wae ger bs soreepeee aaa Live”: ‘Summer term, “Some In- zee. OPE 90M ee eaten h’ %
§ bine age 3 NO. ave! Christ Church. The house 1s no whet, tale’ ottnn ”. Christe s . sess " “ ‘i ‘
by some canes with a bicycle. He around the world for the purpose jnsured. sects eee Se a okt coe AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR: PLAID TAFFETA PLAIN SHANTUNG—Grey only— %
went to the defendant and asked of finding out the best system of A fire at Castle Grant Planta- ™as term, e a -oaca| BAST --ty'fect, completely evound Gaily coloured desir: —$1.46 to $1.83 to $1.44 x
, te of the catchi is -oTra—or i? a jects from the Museum, m ?
him for the number pla catching fish, Albocora—or the tion, St. Joseph, at about 2.30 4 the world $1.27 <
bicycle. The defendant said he type of ship that Albocora is — pm. an ‘Saturday burnt eight and and an epidiascope were used at * $1.27, .
had lost it for about three weeks. was the result of the experiment. P"": the demonstrations. Wherever

a quarter acres of first crop ripe

PLAIN SHANTUNG—Blue, Green, %








; ssible, children collected speci- For 22 years the leading PLAIN CREPE Rose and Mustard—$1.42 to $1.20 g
iat Well Equipped canes and two and a quarter P° J ¢ : a ‘ x
eg tng ie tae We ae The fishing vessel is well acres of trash, the property of hibits ee ee ee mr international airline—PAA in Black, Tropic Blue, Nigger, CREASE RESIS as +
was Thompson and that he work- equipped, having a deep water Castle Grant Ltd., The canes were 4 itinatrated "16s was first to link the Amer- Dawn Blue, and Aquo—$2.60 to ‘ASE RESISTING SPUN s
ed at the Belle Plantation as a recorder which clearly shows the jnsured. A course 0} ~ ab » $2.00 yd. in Aqua, Rose and Blue—$1.77 to
greaser. He took the defendant to crew when fish are under the Another fire at Pickerings Plan- ‘ures on “Looking at Pictures’ icas by air, first to fly to $1.44 »
the Manager of the Plantation who bottom and registers the number tation. St Lucy, at about 11.00 Was given for schoolchildren by all six continents. SUEDE—in Pink, Blue snd Whit , X
said that the defendant's name was Of “metres” the fish are down in 5m $n Saturday burnt six acres Mr, John Harrison, Art & Exhi- vie nae - Ladies ; S
Gaskin and was employed there the water. There is wireless on Be oo ‘d J ipe canes and Pitions Officer, British Council, $1.72 to $1.44 sadies HATS—$2.00 *
r board and the vessel uses a Jap- 0% Second crop ripe . Mr, Harrison also gave two lec- For reservations, see your HANDBAGS—2 for $1.00 »
“Spurther investigation showed anese — “spray-water” system of Pickers Plantation Pia’ The tures to school teachers ee ame Travel Agent or 36” CRETONNE "ART SILK_ HOSE 1/- pair &
; thi s @ ; “i ; ; . , ” i ibition ‘ ” Pee ig ip x
that the bicyle was not registered. rising big ‘aaeeer saad canes were insured. of Children’s, Aw — Great from $1.20 to S4c., yd. ” NYLON HOSE—$1.00 pair %
The “Spray-water” system _ At Warleigh Plantation, St Britain. The Guide Teacher gave $3.54 to $1.50 vd. %
J comprises pipes which are run Peter, a fire at about 1.00 p.m. on —" of 7 illustrated lectures : l hs ‘ BRASSIERES x
10’- For through the ship for the intake Sunday burnt four acres of sec- ©) “rhe History of English Art” worto's DOTTED MUSLIN—$}.16 to $1.00 —60c. and 84c. pr. $
. of sea water. The water is then ~~ crop Bi ha gd ee e most STL euEN ale CURTAIN NETS ‘ ee
pumped through perforations in a the property o * ec Ni ¢ } ; gid : , KS
Blackguarding pan attached to the sides of were a ys seta. Farm . ist, Vicar Of ERICAN COTTON Phare cei 1 4. ieee ae” 00 to $4.00
; ; the ship and the result is a spra This fire extended to Fé ( yr ani / P, Ath , “sa ey te “es oo”
Alrick Thomas of Hawkins nerd around the ship as though an Plantation and burnt four and a 8 / AN ‘ a : :
St. Michael, was fined 10/- to is falling. The engineer on half acres of second crop, six acres St Avins Resign , Womo Avamars ALL ELASTIC GIRD tS ei ANKLE SOX (Special Offer)
paid in 14 days or 14 days for. Albocora explained that fish are of young cane plants, two and a m in Medium and Larve Sizes— —30c, pair
blackguarding at the junction of attracted by the patter of the half acres of ratoons and nine and DA COSTA & CO., LTD. 30c, pa

Roebuck and Palmetto Streets water on the sea and they come a half acres of sour grass, the The Vestry of St. Joseph yes- Broad St.

and 15/- in 14 days or one month’s near the top in large quantities. property of Pp. B. Parris of the terday accepted the resignation of Phone 2122 (after hours 2303)
imprisonment for resisting Police Fishing is done by nets and lines. |. me plantation, The damage is Mr. A. L. Coward from the post . e st Loa ee
Constable Denny. A tank with a water capacity covered by insurance. of Organist of the St. Anns Chapel | qe ee

$2.00 » Woollen SOX—$1.28 to G0e.
Ladies’ COTTON VESTS pair





























g at 67¢. and 72 . See ee es ig
The serftence was imposed by His of 24 tons is aft of the Albocora. ““ROUR AND A HALF ACRES of with effect from the end of the| "aia THEY SAY! , . Paterna 's pre tor 6100 » T. SHIRTS—Clearing at 90c
i Mr. H. A. Talma yester- bo ri oo sh x second crop and six acres if sg ag Pb Ma. 3. ‘A Forde | $ i siti“ pein 800 PLAY SUITS—%..50 RIBBED POLO SHIRTS
y s S 1e, . " S$ wer 7d, A Said by a lady nen payin ” oa ? ” ; , :
Policé. Constable Denny said making it bax Wee! _fishing over ase when a fre oceurttd at on six months’ probation to fill % pong gS 7 % a Nylon 2-Pe, BAYH SUITS ‘ — eae and Grey,
that on March 10, at about 808 for keeping living fish while dead Wester St James, mare the ‘The Vestry also received a let-|Q | EVER SPENT ne tlostonetat Baxtosd T. SHIRTS
ss cae junction ot Meubehe ana + viinllingtdiminaedh cs Sissi, 5:78 property of A L. Jordan of Gar- ter eee _ a Gp gy ood Absolutely authentic quotations; ¥ PRINTED CELSHUNG ~ —Assorted Colours. Special
} 4 ‘inst Vicar of St. nns, asking them Have you seen these Cookers & . Ss s,
Palmetto streets. The defendant The Albocora .has part of a den and were insured. : srtain repairs to the your Gas Showrooms? Why not % $1.65 to $1.20 yd. offer—$1.75.
; : os »nded to the lands to conside® certain repairs to the) FOUE ee Stee tedeee a hie f :
foe ue tou ome ae mon te one ee wantier a hee sd thet bead ana’ Werte half an Tenses a atte ane, bain Serica One Abeer eee : > PLAIN MAROCAIN di aes ae see Shirts
t - ‘y t in ac f ripe canes which were forming them tha P wou ea p " ; : . —$4.00 to $3.
ee he Te OE Re ee een | resigning next September. nrwiihennnscimanaacesss | § ao , Woollen SPORT SHIRTS
— ee a , o $1.08. ldeal: tir Sennls ad Cricket 8
’ ‘ 6 CREPE-DE-CHENE —$5.58 to $3.00 .
SELECT THESE NOW. |); tes White, Pomdue Bixs. cited. , Woven Poplin TUNIC SHIRTS
. 5
7 itn Brie ; Pink and Peach, from $1.51 to (2 collars) —$6.55 to $4.50
For ° $1.00 yd. a nalemnane ss
| Originally This Week x ” MESH VESTS—$1.85 to $1.00 :
! TUFFE UEEN OLIVES » PLAIN SHEER “Ors © @ >
i) MARELA STUFFED @ —per jar $1.80 $1.60 I % in Black only—$1.65 to $1.20 » MESH SHORT—$1.59 to $1.00 ©
I ; N EEN OLIVES , ta ‘ : ae .
| MARELA PLAL - = jar 1.08 96 % vie an SHOES—$10.00 to $5.00 : 3
WHITE SHARKSKIN 36” wide. Per Yard BIBBY’S ASPARAGUS SOUP per tin 33 ae x wail po to $2.00 yd. Ladies’ F ANCY SHOES 3828 - se00 §
LETONA GREEN PEA SOUP—lge, tin. di ‘ —with high heels—$5.87 to $450 %
WHITE WAFFEL PIQUE 36” wide. Per Yard...... $2.44 1.97 AUSTRALIAN LEG HAMS id. in White, Saxe, Pink ond Royal e x
catenin —A8e. yd. Ladies WALKING SHOES :
SPE K SATIN 36” wide. Per Yard....................000 2.03 RD’S CREAM CRACKERS | P %
oe —" per tin 1.64 1.40 ART SILK ——+$9.68 to $7.00
ia i , j , ‘
’ ‘t we “g => ‘ ~ 1® ¢ ale ; : i 2 2
ee re eaten rs its DUTCH WHOLE CAULIFLOWER—per tin $ 70 Hg in White, Peach, Salmon, Pink, Boys’ TAN SHOES (sizes 2—5) %
WHITE NTUN ” wid KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD—per pkt. m % and Sky—76ec., to 48c. yd. from $5.14 to $4.00 §
HITE SHANTUNG; 3@” wide AUSTRALIAN STRAWBERRY JAM—1}-Ib tin 24) % ART SILK BROCADE heated .
CAVE ae an eee tlie, we "36 1% in Pink, Blue & White—85e. to Ladies’ GOLD KID low heeled §
| ’ oa ae. Ted ‘ne % 60c. Shoes—from $6. o $3. s
IN 7 ice '}) SWIFT'S CHEESE—per 12-07 tin ; . 12 § :
HEPHERD SPUN PIQUE 36” wide. Per Yard.... |} DUTCH SAUERKKAUT—per tin . 33} &
S | WEETABIX seente vente ‘ eae -55e; Small = % :
SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE [i 7A» Sane Bae SOA ee oe x BROAD &
& CO. LTD. ! COCKADE FINE. RU’ : :
30° Wide. Per: Yards.....2.5,..0;. 1.45 o $ eer - %
10-13 Broad Street R STREET x
STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. | %
SE net! SCOOP OOOO IMA, LSPS PP GOOOC GC GODSOOOOSOS SSS SOS SSSSOOSOD, 9













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AT COLLINS DRUG STORE be eting on Thursday 13th
ONE ICE CREAM PLANT-—Complet Mar t oO pin
with Ice-making Machine ar 2. Electric AGENDA
Ice cream Mixer r t Report for the year 1951
equipment. Collins Ltd 28 Broad Election of a committee for 1952
11.3.52 ral Business
—_—_————— McD. BRATHWAITE,
BUILDING SPOT A de able t Actg Sec etary
IME spot situated at Brittor i 11.3.52—In
to Mr. Maurice Cave veri sg t
Rockley Golf Course and Navy Gardens, |
consisting of approximately 17 aq. it ’ J
For further particulars, apps John | NOTICE
Mo Corbin, c/o T. Geddes Grant. Lid.| suppues FOR THE POOR OF THE
on 3 :
e ee 3. 32-—13n | PARISH OF SAINT MICHABL.
SEALED TENDERS 1 o
HOUSE: Brand new, ample 3 bedroom | ,.,> eos
house, all convenie ces, with party | Segemree the envelope “TENDER
sized living room, open verandah, kitchen 7 will be received by



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and utiliay room Garage, wundry, 2
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On attrective hillside site, Rockiey New | ve undermentioned supplies in such All those who obtained 52% or more will draw Signallers' Badges from the |
Road. A. Barnes & Co., Ltd. Dial 4476 si dine . yen ao to time be Q. M's Stores as soon as possible
13.23.31 € i one year conv neing on the Band
. Apert nem i Members of the Band who attended both the Drill and Music Tests have
SON PAREIL, Balmoral Gay. Hastings, | FRESH MILK reeeived the following classification:—
standing om BR137 re fe and | e FRESH RREAD 5M Boy Babb, D Ist Class 529 Boy Clarke, A Ist Class
The house ¢ , nee tendeying wust send th so Dorant, L. Ist Class 534 Fields, H Ist Class
Mv reoma, we : with the Tender, signed ‘Se Hurdle, S ist Class 533 . Walrond, M ist Class
throughout, servant x - roperty Qualified persons rot ae Worrell, C ist Class 543 Drm. Belgrave, I ist Class
@nspection Dy appeoi 4 Ss of the Vestry stating = Dem. Knight. § ist Class 391 L/Cpl. Oxley, K Ist Class
The above will de ‘ agp ay becouse Bound with Phillips, 1 Ist Class 674 Boy Boyce, L 2nd Class
at public competitic ‘ “a thee Ten an Boy Cheltenham, tnd Class 4s ba Linton, N 2nd Class
aay ja: Ma copied tar tae que Sule mee Squires, H and Class $86 —C«, =2S Walleott, N 2nd Class
no en . With pe . w Ate bate. tun Rant boo whe as a result of this test have qualified as Ist Class will receive
CABRINGTON & SBALY eek: MLK ne probable quantity @e matead af ac, per parade weft 21 Feb. 52
‘ott —— aul for ae DANO gallons Baad rractives
ae \ wee . got & there « be bo further Band ptices for the Training near Members
= ove Peake 2 . he Bard aM 13 Mar &
“SPRINGVILLE th Ave : : : . . we. Oe 4 will attend parade at * A™ on Thur a
vale, tending @ S00 sus os _ & tox . * Reoruis will parade for training on Mon, 1% and Wed, 19 Mar 52
land The Reuse comteins Drew or) “ t ANNUAL CAMP
Maree bedrooms w > : ope fhe Annwal Cau of the Bargades Regiment will be held between Friday
. & _ «uated = sc: hl shia ag + and @ June SO Bveher details will De issued later.
j and atl other saad rooms Kise? . 2 tren tar Seatan ORDRRLY GFERICER AND ORDERLY SERJBANT FOR WEEK ENDING
> e * >» to . ?
oe mare wilh be se . - » erders es ined @ — Smee aLiewt. Mf. A. Musbands
the " on Oetker ty Serkan? V8, Si. Williams, S. D
the v Newt foe duty ~
. SiN Deets Csiboes wiieut. A. H Clarke
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Biscult C
4i shares Barbados Telephone ©
635 shares Barbados Ice Co
The abovementioned shares will be
up for sale at Public Auction on Fr
the 14th day of March 1967 at 2 p â„¢
Carrington & Sealy, Lucas Street



Ist day of Fed





8.3. 53—én a t every person in
’ the Mable to be rated in r
of profit derived from carrying

rade shall make to the assessor

a form to be obtained from the



AUCTION

dance with the provisions of the said

PART ONE ORDERS

Lie

1. PARADE
All ranks will parad

After the demonstra
whl be no further

TRAINING

y
ut.-©el, J. CONNELL,
Commanding

The Barbados Regiment

OBE. ED

ie at Dist. “A” Police Station at



tion the parade will be dism
parades during the training

sed at
year, Pay

held an Thursdey 27 Mar. 52.

Sigfal Plateon

The repults of the final written test for Volunteers attending the Signal Course

are as follows:-
385 Pte. Jchnson, G. C. 94%" 316 L/Cpl. Hi, H. © 91% %
316 Rowe, BB 42% 463 Ishmael, C. L, 83%
612 Harewood, W. G, 82 480 Pte rown, B i+
386 Parris, L. W. 69 497, = MeCollin, C. B 554%
5a Dunnah, N. BE. Soe 366 L/Cpl. Morgan, L. L S2%a%
ao Niccolls, G 524% 298 Cpl Bowen, R. A $2 %
679 ., Springer, F. P. 454% $24 Pte. Branker, F. N, 41%%
259 ge Jordan, J. B. % 322 Po Pinder, G 18 %

Pte. Clarke, F.—%

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~WOMIREAL. AUSTRALIA, NEW
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Dist

7 Mar J

1645 hours on Thursday |

13 Mar, 52, to watch a demonstration by the Police Force on Police Riot Beil
ere

Parades will be

‘A”

O.L.F. & Adjutant,

Syme Barbados

(MLA.N.Z. LINE)

22nd

scheduled

to sail

Wednesday 12th instant.










M.V. DAERWOOD will accept
Passengers for St.

SS. “TEKOA” is Cargo and
Vestry, a Return in writing of their| from Adelaide Bovruary bg wee Grenada and Aruba poseenaere
EE aeetaek. ‘ik anaes abet her eine March Sra. Syaney Mart . ie ng
I will sell on FRIDAY 14th at 2 p.m phone ey tes A ergy Bg Alneggane oh Rogcoen ah ae arriving at’ Trinidad only for St. ni

Regiment



TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1952
OFFICIAL NOTICE

}

| BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chanceny Act 1936,
j having or Claiming any estate right or interest to
o” affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the
to bring before me an account of their claims With theit a eee So dbtumen® and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Priday between ‘tHe holirs of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build ngs
Bridgetown before the 13th day of May, 1952, in order that such claims
may be reported on and ranked — according to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree
nd be deprived of all claims on or against the said property.
PLAINTIFF: CLARENCE SAMUEL KING
DEFENDANT: THANIEL PILGRIM
PROPERTY: FIRSTLY THAT certan piece or parcel of land situate a
Yearwood’s Gap off Black Rock in the parish of Samt Michael and Island aforesaid
contvining ty admeasurement one rood twenty-seven perches or thereabouts but-
ting on lands of L. Cummins on lands of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one
Corbin on lands of L. and on a Public Road or however else the same
may abut and bound Y ALL THAT certain piece or pa -
‘and situate at n of Saint M chael and Island of Ba:
| . twenty and four fifths perches or
‘ ‘of W. BH. Leuch on lands of Blanche
of Martha Bowen on @ public road
bound Together with the messuage oF
fader the build

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

I do hereby give notice to all persons
any lien or encumbrances in
the defendant)



and erections thereon.

H. srein-Chane
Registrar-in-Chancery.
eg “$3

tar OF THE WEST INDIES,
BW.L

|



plications are invited for two vacancies for Registrars (one
suse one = ) at the University College Hospital, duties

to commence on the ist of June, 1952.

. Salary
The anpeminents one year in the first instance
| wilt ? in AS to £1,000 per annum, depending on ex-
Peau and qualifications,

and is subject to a deduction of £100 per
Q in respect of board, residence, etc. Return first class passages
| age will be paid. Further information may be obtained from the

Hospital Manager and Secretary.

Applications with full details and two recent testimonials should

reach the Hospital Manager and Secretary, University College Hos-

pital of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, B.W.L, veer Oe pa a
April, 1952. ‘ 3. s

paren
GOVERNMENT NOTICE



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1952, No. 7 which will be published in the Official Gazette
of Monday 10th March, 1952.





nw i on TUESDAY ith, from 12 noon, a lot proprietor or



person shall by reason of the short} For further particulars apply — than)





CROSBY, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, INK | °t Messrs. McEnearney’s Garage one (1) Act for the purpose of assessment 22nd and Barbados about
—--- POTS, 1985 Ford V-8 Car damaged in accident ° a ses .
warned against | oh; See iA ITECRRANE, ee
to my wile a MARRISON’S — SHOWROOM DEPT.,| TERMS CASH. watencu Gate of closing Accounts being a date| sel has ample space for chilled and hard Cargo and Passengers for Nas§au, ——

ae” Henry) at © not} Sroad &t 93 52 —2n R. ARCHER Mc! subsequent to 30th November but| frozen cargo. Bus of Bahamas. Date of departure to RETAIL
one dee coolartag any devl or debe ar Gade AC prior to Ist of February then the| | Cargo, accepted on vee sTrinidad to |i be notified. ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE PRICE
oe ea ae eee arn lebt or debts quate ap. a Gold Outside |9.3.52—4n Return must be made to the Assessor Ladtag, for franshiorient a

n . 2 7 on © . » 15t as 2 B tis ulana, ward @ -

signed by me. — asa THANT'S | — will sell at my MART, Victoria Street Re ee eee ee cee Islands. r ‘ % p.w.t. SCHOONER OWNERS (not more than) (not more





















bane March
bout April
April 25th
person shall by reason of the regular In addition to general



> a DOMESTIC CLOTH: Good Quality | of Safty Matches, Basil Leather, ‘ all} period during which the business has ASSOCIATION (INC.)
wna, [Rr Wes hgporgy Fy Se, wes | ese tne, Searme MEEa Ss|en euae ie me he Rey [FANE REAE 04 TD. Consens, Tole No. ee HH Bect—Comed «| S0R-A per case of
_ el ame — | fectants with D.D.T., Door Chimes ls sa) by ist February, then no Return TRINI send 48x12 oz. tins. 50c, per 12 oz.
y J PANCY STRAW end small, Body Dusting Powders and ; a a : y cD. 2

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |, DONCY STRAW MATS: | Sic. $1.08 & | ond. sams. wrerms Cash Failure to comply with the require- DACOSTA & CO, LED. | $5.62 per 12x12 oz. tin. | tin.

The application of Learnetta Brath- ‘Ss. Pr Wm. By. 5 a R. ARCHER McKENZIE nents of this sub section renders the * Meat—Fresh & Frozen:
waite, shopkeeper of Sargeants Village. ft. 9.3 . Auctioneer. person and/or persons Hable to a penalty P
Christ Church, holder of Liquor License SEOWERED SPUNS 1 £)3.52—3n not exceeding fifty pounds (£50). Beef:
No. 1624 of 1952, granted to R. Haynés and aia sguality. Only e7 lovely de-| t Sbould circumstances over which (a) Hind Quarter ie
L. Springer in re@pect beard and oe rs. Win. Hy Snly $3'6 yard. ‘Traders have no control arise to’ cause Ce
shingled shop at-Eastmond Corner, Hinds- i2—3n delay in making Returns on the pre- Round, Rum Sir-

bury Road, for permission to use sald scribed dates, the Vestry would appreciate



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Stenmahip Co.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
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Liquor Licence at a board and shingle} apie for f Off ] N @ | being informed by letter as to the reason fibcon loin, Short Ribs and
shop with shedroof attached at Sergeants | General fence Oe at Be. Somer ic1a otic for such delay, \ Thick Flank i 56c. per Ib
Village. Christ Chureh, within Dist, “A.” | Street. Phone 4918.—2n 7 BARBADOS . (b) AL F rte’
Datos this Bt diy of March, 1952 9.3 52.—2n N THE ASSISTANT COURT F. C, REDMAN, ore Quarter
To | A, giclaon, Ea. : IN TH OF APERAL Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. including Boneless
Pulitce Magistrate, Dist. “A.” 1c WATER CANS—aiy gallons ca 5 .3:89--2, 0:0
ae pa- {Equitable Jurisdiction) Stew an 9 i
Li shad ir aity Ged with antl-drip tp. No| STANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING ; NEW YORK SERVICE ics HM and Brisket 406). a @
‘ >be NOT ton: —
N.B.—Phis application will be con- bone—Usetul in the Home: ONLY" Ait | ree HOS BERT wi an foc le cE F.S, “GENERAL ARTIGAS” sailed 2st Fe bruary — arrives B'dos thy March, 1952. Le Loi 52
sidered at-m Licensing Court to be held }EACH. “HARRISON'S HARDWARE | Tn’ purssarne of an Order in this Court| for Bicscle frames andl mats lore th oie | A STEAMER sails tht March — arrivey B'dos 19th are, (a) Legsand Loin. Co. gy
at Police Court, District “A" on Wednes- | “TORE, Broad St. 9.9 82—2n. lin the above action made on the 7th day| work shop. As all welding and repaits ——— (b) Shoulder .. +4 48c. 1
7. day . ¥ " noe lot. J ry, 1952, I give notice to all] are q hile 5 rait. ash ¢ pee , OR !
11 ofclogkey, a.m. E. A. McLEOD sAPORTSMEN'S WOOL SOCKS—60 cents Sersoun having any estate, right or Rede while TAU watt. neh Sg ae NEW ORLEANS — (c) Stew ‘aly 3 42c. 5
Didi. thigtaie GR. MAL” pair, Broadway Dress Shoppe. interest in or any lien or incumbrance | BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE ¥ Porls—— .. ie au A us oh
a inti ot Aaa 8.3.52—2n, | affecting all that certain piece or parcel GH. MARSHALL, SS. “LIRREVILLB” sailed 13th February —arrives B’dos lst March, 1962. Vealintt’
eae, Bosiish oO in ee tee Lr Me ca at er 121, Roebuck Strect Service.| A STEAMER sails 2th February — arrives Barbados 16th March, 1952. (ay C thet: ithout
. LS Bian John and Island aforesai containin: 3. 52-— “Cutlets (w ou
“ate te 7 Pe S. Watkins. phone by admeasurement one acre three roods} 0 §.8.53--6n b
FORK . RENT . 11.3,5%—2n. | seven and two fifths perches or there- NOTT CANADIAN SEBVIUE one) es oe OG.» e's)
! "PIANOLOhe Pialo Whine condition fon abouts abutting and bounding on lands , CE (b) All other cuts ws GRR ep) 255
aie ue oe Piano in fine condition for |o¢ Clifton Hall plantation on lands of xtite ous a
7 Libby's “tate ;. he te Forde, | Newcastle plantation on lands of J. & us SEALED TENDER idee: ‘et SOUTHBO .
HOUSES . 7 r Lears. | Shepherd on lands of James Mayers an . at v © received by
eee once ere 11.3.52—2n. | on ious of orfe Mrs. Wood or however | tee “unders ened met later than the 7th Name of Ship Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados i 11.3.62—8n
HOUSE at Lodge Hill, St. Michael, with a) eae a) else the same may abut and bound to ne yea e 25th - 3 Rene —
an acte of areble land.’ Govt. Water and}, "QWEES! TOWELS! Sfe., Gte, Ge. bring before me an account of | thei | | March 1 ss. “ALCOA PLANTER" .. 1st February Ue Teer te
light; two bedrooms and convenience |<, ws S Pr. re HY }said claéns with their witnesses, docu-/ Supply of Provisions and Groceries, | &*. Alec sae aet oy : 14th March 24th March Modernise your Kitchen with one of our
Apply LCG Warner on premises or 3.52-3n. | ments and vouchers, to be examined by| to be delivered at the Almshouse | §-5- LCOA PILG' 4a ee idewen tnd April
$ > Husbands, Horse Ril] Pit., St SHARKSKIN in White: ieautitul me on any Tuesday, or wtigs ae | (2) Sri a yay Cows aoe a er of - ee 13th April 23rd April ENAMEL TABLE TOPS
oseph. .3 §2.—8n quality. Only $1 3.87 Be the hours of 18 Capon) ang 3 os ahet hous: at the Alms- x Saritaren 2 a BE TRS ist May llth May J
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—wit! ¥ Pr. Wm. - St. [Clerk of the Assistant Court of App¢ al | (3) Conveyance by Motor Transport Ss Ss
Sivet sod Linen. | Good Sea-bathing 9.3.52—8n. | at the Court House, Bridgetown, before of (a) Pauper’ to the Almshouse ‘These vessels have limited passenger accommodation. MART, EASY TO CLEAN & AT MODERATE PRICES
‘or ther particulars, Apply to Alme 7 ——~ [the 19th day of March 1 in order rom any part of the parish (b) To
Lashley No, 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. that such claims may be ranked accord- and from the General Hospital or ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE. CENTRAL EMPORIUM
B.2.52—t.£.n WANTED ing to the nature and priority thereof any public Institution out of the
respectively; otherwise such per will parish (e) Coffins from the Alms- APPLY¥:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
LITTLE HAMILTON — St, Lawrence be preeluded from the benefit of the said house and Corpses from the house i (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets)
Gap, unfurnished drawing room, 3 bed- Decree, and be deprived of all chats | in any part of the parish ta the _ - ;
rooms, toilet upstairs, breakfast room, HELP on or against the said propert ! hearse and to the grave (d) Corpses " 1
kitchen downstairs. Quiet family, yo — oon Claimants are also notified that they from the Almshouse to the hearse
dogs. Dial #144. 11.3, 52—_n. STENOGRAPHER required, preferably | must attend the said Court on Wednesday __ and to the grave. {
fon ae: ene with some experience in book-| the 19th day of March 1952, at 10 o'clock N.B. The Board of Poor Law Guardians
rere arresccemeteae ream bt eping | caribbean Confection Co. Lid,| a.m. when their sald claims will be] reserve the right to send by Bus or other e are o e in U 1S
Having a covered space of 6,000 s tr. 1° atthias Gap, Hastings ranked. wise any pauper who in their opinion a ao neil ce etna ean ——~ W ae T SO PS Thi
downstairs and 6,000 sq. ft. w irs. 11,.3.52~—1n, Given under my hand this 7th day of} can be conveyed by such, mea P ”
Power and light points, are installed 1 January, 1952. Signed A. T. KING, N
3 toilets. Available from March 15th MISCELLANEOU F. G. TALMA, Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, CA ADIAN SERVICE
on 1, 2 or 3 years lease, Apply: Ralph S Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court St. Joseph. zs
Beard, Lower Bay Street, 114,5%—8n. | WICVOUED WOT ; of Appeal 15a From St. John and Halifax, N.S. . t
ard, Lower Bay Street, ‘| BICYCLE—Wanted Bo. Mf Appe 8.3.52—3n 'o} ani x,
y's second-hand 10,1.52—3n —- — --— —— - —— — sions
Br - bicyele, good condition. Cal EGE e Raleigh Pea and Aspara: Cross & Blackwell Oxtail &
MARISTOW’—Maxwells Coast, over-} .°"° n. Call 8496 HARRIS ON COLLEGE SPORTS EUS; e!
Sophias Sua sed, fuenished’ Ueleshane, 8.3,52—2n ¥, 1TH MARCH, 1982 Migedaa aaa sepa Morton’s Vegetable; Heinz’s Celery, Mushroom,
refrigerator and radio included, Available . Sports will be held from hicken & Cream of Chi bell’:
Rene ae Abe. For further infocnation STARS: pK buy stamps. Offi e 1.30 to 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 11th March St John Halifax Dales, Betagelown, of Chicken; Arinpure Gaunt aren Saaee on m Sree
3.59 oO any amoun All Old Harrisonians are ¢ a rite « “ t xed getab! Also:
diel: Gil, 11.3. S8-Ras I fag Spot cash. At the Caribbean Stamp icial Sale There w it be 3 ‘Old Bove: Roce eae ate “WILFORD?” 23 Feb 16 Feb. 20 M. KRAFT MACARONI & CHEESE; WHOLE TOMATOES;
——— | Society, 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Street. the end of the afternoon 5.3. eee fe ten = xe. * Ta PORK & BEANS
BOILS a nacin |S Pee oS eR Bt 2 ien
—_———— IN THE ASSISTANT COURT ~~ ; ee Whe: ate!
WANTED LOAN-—£7,000 secured b ores Sar Let
> OF APPEAL
PI LES Got rid of taumndinty ‘rst mortgage. meer) & Bayce arantae dae Jurisdiction) NOTICE UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE us have YOUR ORDERS Early
5.3.52—4n |5 . MES BENJAMIN KING
MPL blemishes fant! cite — Plaintiff PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH °
a speedy treatment with ROUSE: Furnished or Unfurnished | JOSEPH NORRIS ... _... Defendant| SEALED TENDERS marked on the | FROM LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
Bredcated, antiseptic Dr. Chase's} House required to Rent St. Michacl,| NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue] envelope “Tender For " will be Bees Bridgeiswrs JOHN D. a4 YLOR & SONS, Eee
Ointment. Soothes as it heals. 69c.| St. George or outskirts Bridgetown 3—4]} of an Order of the Assistant Court of| Teseived at the Almshouse up to 3 p.m. Dates ee ° °
Large size, 6 timesas much, $2.23, | bedrooms with servants quarters and gar-| Appeal dated the 7th day of January,| 0” Wednesday, March 19th 1952, for sup- “ .” MIVERPOOL | GLASGOW Harbggse
age. Full Particulars to Bo: 1952, there w . | plies of Groceries, Fresh Milk 5.8 SUNVALLEY +. 21 Feb 26 Feb. 19 Mareh
, is ° “3 C.N., 52, there will be set up for sale to the . s| , Fresh + a6 Ma: 9 April
DR. Cc A 37 | Mdvocate Co 52-3y) | highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk! “>t, Fresh Bread, delivered ‘at ‘the| 5: “FEDERAL VOYAGER". °..29 March = 24 March byt >
| of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the | Almshouse in such quantities as may be








































































































. €
House, Bridgetown, between the | "®auired from time to time, for a period | Ti
ntiseptic OINTMENT Court SESaka ttt) Seer inandinanl 6c
k | e ear comm in, nm March |
LOST & FOUND) [iene bea the ne ih S| soem tose smmencing on March UNITED KINGDOM ANP CONTINENTAL SERVICE WHEN
~~ SEES ‘ D March, 1952, all that certain piece or| Bech pérson_ tendering must submit 2 FROM ANTWERP, ROTTERDAM and LONDON
! cel of land situate in the parish of of £50 each from (2) properly
i aint John and Island aforesa Ma contair alified persons willing to become bound =~ panne
i fate ae he hai ame — . caine th th Neentul tenderer far tip ice Expected Arrival MENTIONED
ORIE \ "Lost roods seven and two fifths perehes or the Contract . Antwerp Rotterdam London Dat Sete
thereabouts abutting and bot Tr > quantity of Milk required
SOt j VENIRS “ONE SQUARE MARCASRITE BROOCH | ands of Clifton Hail plantat nds er d the Board ence ts ala it siete. as THE NAME HENNESSYS LEAPS
y sad 1 Mond. . = - c of Newcastle plantation is o at to ac % the tender * . i
t day morning. Reward offered on}|jy. & W. Sheph ¢ one person for the ts
{return ra, - d Shepherd on |} s of Jame wf ‘or the suppl a
snice cumron amme _ f|nie 8'Astoae Ane tod eh lands of One Mrs, Woo quaptiy’ or any: part ot Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 TO THE MIND—BECAUSE HEN
VR? DEMOS, SEDAS, Peco Reienipsichloechinbetibty ks tere a a oe Ble ee , NESSYS IS THE BRANDY THAT
v2 } if not then sold t . i 5 for pl OC nl SS
ater vane |: coup "Ee Oi tee AnD Gora | PROBerty WHI be set up for sale on eve prward a Ce "ft du M
CUay IDADSA, > J .. i a riday, Gol Friday between ed tering loner, that the ADE CoG AM Ss.
Dey Ta tee CHINA e Y Dulban. ate oe 104 = until the, same sold for « Sle from ich: uti 8 supplied Everyone loves a Smooth, Lovely Skin,—but they detest NAC F. OUS.
i! $311 Dated this 7th day of January, 1952 The Board does not bind themselves to Unsightly Hair, especially in Women . So:
s ® “i, os eee oi F TALM/ tt west or any tender ‘ A
} THANI'S Nt oe eePACLES — Pair Horn Rimmed} Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court BR. ASHBY, : “GET RID OF UNSIGHTLY HAIR” with
i“ ae a ‘ $ a - rday ¥ neer Ar Cler Poor Law Guardian .
. *; Wm. ry St. Dist 3466 | é t or sary ¥ Loos
! { t 10.1. 52—2 Christ Chureh ee ; ’
| Heiter oe = + VEET
Saracen epence ori remains 11.3.52—3n
a — = . — Sa , >
- ore = ~In imencsei oe .
. ae —<— ver
; Rit 2 L 1QU OR L ICENS NOTIC! e
: QUOR LICENSE NOTICE|”“ i ‘ , r For the Beach, Dance, Sailing, or any time when under-arm Hair e RE
FOR ey al E [ The appli yews of Darnell reenidge The’ applicatio of Elise H I, IQU OR L ICENSE NOTICE becomes Unsightly, use VERT. TH Es STAR
soaey ‘mun of Hastings. Christ Church, for} Domestic Servant of Rickwick Gap, St | 1 ation of Oltfck Jones o VEET is extremely useful for men who have tough beards, or
mission to sel! Spirits, Malt Sat earn, a kel sania’y cme : en ugh 5,
as 2 going con small at fice at a 2-storey wall Celicane pene aie ‘ant at nnene aie ; . Pare prc ge terion who find it uncomfortable to Shave ° V. S. O. Pp. (over 20 years
tie), ¥ astings, Christ Church, within Dist. 2-storey board and shingle ‘ . 1 Board d ¢ . ) 4 E T” re
Motel in St. Vincens wit 2 torey board d shingle building in : oS t Remember Vv = 2 — = a a tte Hair u
iepeeeeent views of wave ne et this 7th day of March, 1952 ‘Dated this 10th day of March, 1952 D h day ¢ } . = ahh s ? X. 0. LIQUEUR
taing and the Grenadine islands AES biebrdin Bera To H. A. TALMA, Esq. FRANCIS. Bog. BE ITSCLEAN! ITSCERTAIN!! IT’S SAFE.!!! .
, mn fc tire ge as ake ‘ Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” ce Magistr dist. “B
we pan n for 4 retired D GREENIDGE. lice nfintvate, | tial ai | OLRICK JONES | That's VEET (over 40 ears) :
oO operate “a Live PP ar ic >
gid beaut surroundings aaa ry L iting C wilt "be con N.B.--This application w pe cst This. application will” “con. | R.P. 2/3, 4/- per tube ¥
’ j sce . @ Licensir > rt . . ’ ‘ . .
For furteer pi ars apply: {at Police Court, District OA" nuenday ~4 Poe e Court, District "A" a ae i . a * ida, | Obtainable at:—
Books, Four Winds, St, James, fy (Me, HP Aa” OF Maoh, 1988 at 11 clock ihe Bist day of March, 1862, at TI ol9 «SSS } BOOKER’S. (B'dos) DRUG STORES. LTD.
ne § arn ;
" | E. A. McLEOD, H. A. TALMA H.R. FRANCIS, BROAD STR and means 4 (Hie ha mpaentecy) STOKES & BYNOE LTD~AGENTS.
Police Magistrate, Dist. 4 A ¥ M D
| Police Magistrate, Dist A t A agistrate ist .
} 11.3.52—1n a eee CD eG 5 Roa 1 3,89--in ”

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Arthur; Medford & Co., Ince

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BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC: MANUS
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ABOUT YOUN HOW DARE BUT- MAGGIE- IT was | ©, WOU CONTOMPTIBLE, We CECIL BEATON ge
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Photobiography

Cecil Beaton, internationally famous as H. G. Wells, Lady Oxford and many other
famous contemporaries.

Writing with skill and humour Cecil Bea-
ton recalls his early boyhood “Box Brownie”
experiments, when his two small sisters were
the long-suffering but ever-patient models,
The story of his early struggles and tri-
umphs; his various techniques and influences;
and of his first trip to America, where he
landed unknown and left after a successful
tour of Hollywood with a Vogue contract and
a brilliant reputation to his credit are most



one of the finest photographic artists of the
day, presents, for the first time, a full and
intimate account of his crowded and success-
ful twenty five years’ career.





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His fascinating life-story, which is rich in
sparkling anecdotes and amusing, though not
always complimentary, “off-the-record”
reminiscences concerning the famous peo-
ple he has met or photographed, is delight-



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BIJOU BENSON ’
THEY'RE FLYING
HOME FROM TUNIS!

own distinctive camera-studies

Cecil Beaton’s remarkable gift for por-
traying so vividly the characte: and person-
ality of his sitters is abundantly evident in
these superb photographs, some o! which +
are now published for the first time. They
include many charming studies of the Royal
Family as well as arresting, unconventional
portraits of Winston Churchill, Ernest Bevin,
Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Walter Sick,-
ert, Picassa, Augustus- John, the Sitwells,



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fully illustrated throughout with over sixty
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entertainingly told.

So, too, are his wartime experiences as an
official M.O.1. photogrpaher, covering the
war fronts at home and in the Western
Desert, Palestine, Persia, China and Burma,
which make exciting reading. Many of his
striking ::on-the-spot” war photographs are
included among the illustrations.

Here is a happy combination of witty,
interesting writing and lavish illustration
of an unusually high standard that will
appeal to lovers of good reading as rnuch as it
will to connoisseurs of good photography.

ADVOCATE STATIONERY

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By O. 8.

s Laws vii and vii f the game
4 1 THE TION OF
- LHE G and THE START OP
-. PLAY respectively. The Fo@tball
Association, England, to which

une rbades Amateur Football
ciation is affiliated provide in

iheir. Laws of the game that the

curation of the game shall be two
equal periods of 45 minutes, un-
le otherwise mutually agreed
ipon

Law Vil—Duration of Play

In Barbados, and in most of the

her Caribbean territories, that
law has been modified to limit
the duration of play to equal
periods of 30 minutes each,

It is true that in the overall

consideration there is a difference

EMPIRE Heavyweight champion Jack Gardner aims to retain his title against Johnny Williams. the duration of play in England



































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On resumption Everton again Highest Temperature: 86.5 “F
piled on the pressure but Empire (0 Everton. This was kicked by Lowest Temperature: 72.5 °F B
was not slackening. A strong wind Hayne powerfully in the loft Wind Veloeity 11 miles per 45 .
which was now blowing across corner of the nets aieine ain. hour i) TONITE MARCH 11, 1952
the field was posing a problem to 1onds no i ri sta 5 ate ‘ 4 3 y wae aks
ihe players for. the Een aes rea Aring off aa S098: ») YANKEE STADIUM
* being controlled properly from thc P} ended .with Everton ‘stil? 3 p-m. TO-DAY Brittons Hill
air. eking another goal Sunrise: 6.18 a.m if 10 Snappy ;
e a = continued | te Empire: Simmonds, Grant Sunset: 6.12 ae tt? apy, Rownds \m0
struggle and about five minutes Smith, Maynard, Alleyne, Rudde . we lean! ait ods tt) JACK DICK vs KID Ré 7
before the blow off N. Harewood Robinson, Drayton, Hope acts: monn: Wall, Sereh 11. ) KID RALPH
at inside right for Everton kicked ond Douglas. . ghting: 6.3 p.m. it \\ Light-Heavyweight
in the first goal with the Empir« Everton: Reece, Weekes. Holl High Tide 3.46 am., 348° | ih Championship ;
i. custodian well out of the goal. Daniel, Haynes, Harewood, Olton, Dm 11 $$
. Everton renewed their efforts N. Harewood, Lord, Culpepper and Low Tide: 9.50 a.m., 10.12 )) International Supporting
and two minutes after Referee Sealy. p.m. 148 >
Graham awarded a penalty kick The referee was Mr. O. Graham 1th Bouts 8 and 6 Rounds
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PAGE EIGHT, _BARBADOS ADVOCATE
4 JACK GARDNER LZ 4 7 t . custor
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An the law é#tself:-
At of the game
choice the kick-off
shall be decided by the toss of a
coir The team winning the tos
hall have option of choice
f end or 1
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kick at all while it
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Eve player shall be in his
own half of the field and every
player of the team opposing that
of the kicker shall remain not
less than ten yards from the ball
until it is kicked off; it shall not
be deemed in play until it
has travelled t distance
ef its own circumfe ice. The
kicker shall not play the ball a
second time until it has ‘been
played or touched by another |
player.

(b) After a goal has been

seored the game shall be restart-}
ed in like manner by a player of
the team losing the goal.

(c) After half-time; when re-|
tarting after half-time, ends
shall be changed and the kick-off |
shall be taken by a player of the
opposite team to that of the player
who started the game.

Punishment, For any infringe-
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ind in the Caribbean territories Barbados” to “observe the second shall i C
A C e M of as much as half an hour. part of this custom with regard case of the kicker playing the (on
y € - AC! However, the reason for this to tossing as far as the First and again before it has been touched [
i Everton Defeat x A am 10nh | a es odification is obvious. In the Second Division games are con= or played by another player; for
j E, . Ti tropics it would not be in the best cerned as the ey all played . a toe - or er
7} ? 9 4, + interests of the players themselves the same ground, in the case of shall be taken oy a play oO) 2
i x es” wo Lot e © > 9 £ to play in the Heat of the evening the Firs’. Division—Kensington opposing team | from the place
: EMPIRE who at prese j Ome ac oni 1 for more than an hour. and in the case of the Second where the infringement occurred |
three victoric to tk \ - 2% In addition to this, football Division Queen's Pari \ goal shall not be scored direct
fered their naaene ay sul- sames can hardly be timed ‘0; However I am glad to say that from a kick-off.
rat ta it at the hands rm 2 Y « oe “a * - ely
of Evert who defeat them && 4 oe art earlier than 5 p.m. as the} a
the tune of two-nil ir hh ‘i First rdner De ends Km Te official closing time for business | Raa aE
Division. football match at Ken- “houses is 4 p.m, If the game is!
i e é a sington Oval yesterday afternoon e ° e Oe. hen played from 5 p.nt. to 6.35 | ,
A fair crowd saw the Everton it gainst L tam s p.m. allowing five minutes f9r| : o%
players pre for all they were half-time, it will he too late in| t
worth in both halves of the game most of these parts for players, | —— yneé
and it was only at the closing By DENNIS HART officials and spectators themselves} | oe
ee aan put in the LONDON. March 11, Se follow clearly what is going gu a
wo goals. This is the first game The heavy-weight fight for which British boxing fans ° "4 i
Everton has won for the season : ee Te ee Ne ett cowet eo Sauk The yest of this law is observed TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
Rare tnah these: riatehes, ame have been waiting eagerly for two year | be staged hy the lecal Association, and t EXCURSION FARES
The first goal was kicked in by at Farl’s Court to-night where Jack Gardner, British and as follows:—(a) Allowance shall} NOW IN £FFECT
the Everfon inside right N. Hare- Empire champion is seekin to retai } title against be made in either period for all} | Lowest Fares ever
and two minutes after Johnny Williams of Rugby. iime lost through accident ol 0-Day Excursions au
aynes at right half scored the In one respect Gardner, this ous meeting, he said that they viher cause, the amount of which oe Au Flights by “North Star
second goal from a penalty. Em- evening, is almost as much a chal- have not prepared an) aitat shall be a matter for the disere- Skyliners
pire had four rosy chances to lenger as his opponent coe ari eae eben ie bl cele 1) Vion of the Referee; (b) Time For Compiete Information, See -
score in the first half but time a ae Pee ~ See Peat Pei Bteaek pt ¢ nt tir- Shall be extended to permit of GARDINER AUSTIN & Co., “
i ae again | the ball was Woodcock in November 1950, he fest task since becoming Gard- a penalty-kick being taken at OF ee coud” Mi, ini *
icked either wide of the up- fas not defended it. And more ner’s manager, had been’ to iron utter the expiration of the nor- Phone — 4704
| rights or high above the cross important still, of his three fights cut the art ‘mateur style, of ™al period in either half. TRANS-CANADA
bar. : : since, he has lost the last two. which trace € still visible, in At half-time the interval shafl International tre Atls
For Empire, Smith and Grant Argentinian champion, Cesar the champion’s make-up. In some not exceed five minutes, except Wrhsatiuhacnns antic
? pe pena peaks were a Leen of Brion beat him in dune, and Hein respects, Simpson said it had by the consent of the referee. \
1 strength and many times foiled Ten Hoff won a points decision been more diffict It tham starting % .
s the attempts of the Everton for- in September. The latter fight, from s¢ ratch: For profes tonal aud Suspension of Play '
; wards ‘who were ever seeking to incidentally, cost Gardner his army boxing are as different as If play is stopped for an ine) er ee
5 score, ©. Alleyne also played a European heavy-weight title. chalk from cheese. In the ama- fringement of the laws, the game |
1 good game but his passes to the Gardner then is in the curious teur ranks a boxer can make }5 Te arted by an appropriate THE BARBADOS POLICE
i forward line were not readily ap- position of a champion making fmistakes and get away with them, free-kick. In certain eases play)
’ preciated. Veteran Reece who what is virtually a come-back. but in the paid ranks mistakes may be suspended for a cause
kept goal for Everton saved the This is his chance to prove that are not permi sable. Failure to mot necessarily mentioned in the
day for his team for on many he is a worthy title-holder. follow up an advantage can lose laws, For example: 1 have seen
oceesions his anticipation and When Gardner and Williams the fight. As yet, Gardner has not & cow wander on the field at the PASSING ou i PARADE
: clever goalkeeping prevented the met at Leicester in July 1950, in displayed that necessary ‘killer’ Garrison Savannzh, forcing a ’
; Empire forwards from scoring. a final eliminator for the right to instinct, perhaps he will show temporary suspension of play. In
4 dine moe oe Ps rtd challenge Weodcovk for iis title, it for the first time to-night. another instance, I have seep : AND
“Blues” defending from the north- Gardner won a narrow victory on Gardner’s future plans are un- swarm of bees invade the field an a Bae N OF HONOUR
ee of oe ae ee ——. 7 doing so he split the certain, he would like a return this too forced a suspension Kr PRESENTATION OF THE BATO? }
a suddenly on ne «6votfensive a ritish boxing community into with Hein Ten Hoff, to try and play. These conditions cannot be 1 , ,
Robinson passed to Douglas an the two camps. Bis own aiigiaartors icegain the European title, but the Ce nat in the rules and I do not! FOLLOWED BY
wing but Harewood at centre-half said he would go on to win the fight would have to be in Britain. think that a referee can find any A POL ICE DISPI AY
for Everton charged him and title—which he did — and Wil- Simpson was emphatic that in the satisfactory substitute for com- 4 4 4 ‘ 4
cleared his area. A few minutes liams’ fans maintained th; in aariOtle ees ne | | : 7, om Per oars AT
e e hat in previous bout, the referee, aS monsense if such occasions arise.
after play Everton was awarded any return the Rugby man would much as anyone, was responsible proyided the ball has not pass- he
a free kick and at this stage both reverse the decision. for Jack's defeat, He allowed no vaya ft pl ay mediately prior THE POLICE RIDING SCHOOL
teams were fighting hard to draw Gardner does not want to be in-fighting, parting the boxers as = ~ bes Snails the referee DISTRICT “A” :
‘ first blood, Then Robinson moved ¢alled a lucky champion. He is soon as they came to close quart- oe ae ae a jropping the : :
; to left wing and he kicked across determined to prove that this vic- ers. And as Ten Hoff's reach was ball at the Fine Wises” # Sas AT 5 PM., FRIDAY, MARCH 14TH.
the Everton goal after receiving a tory over Williams can be zi eat aonhh vegies wis ball at t lac ’ s '
| aa apeton: eel ARE PARRA repeal” YM ©. inches longer thas, Gandia a. when olay na, auapenees fie ADMISSION: $1.00 and 80
0 caught th “ie ner ae ' , yall is rlay > t s
acre end and caug \ in preparation for tonight, he British champion. Simpsoer is not the ground. If a player senate
' all a a ‘ trained at Brighton And. his the first manager to complain of the ball before it reaches the
} A metee in the xverton aree Schedule was strenuous, leaving the poor standard of Germany ground it must be re-dropped. |
made the crowd noisy for Reece "thing to chance. Following the mefereeing. : It might be well to give a few
’ who had come out to hold the ball ™orning work-out, which inclu- One trip that Simpson has in examples where the game Is re-
; did not succeed in his attempt 4d six miles road work, he had mind for Gardner is a visit to the started by dropping the ball. | y
2 and Hope kicked the ball goal- ® igorous work-out in the gym United States. This would not be, (a) When the ball becomes OF
j wards but luckily for Everton, With his sparring partners. “He to fight any top-ranking boxers,| lodged between two players and |
‘ Hall who was in the way of the "484 six of them altogether, and but for Gardner to gain experi SNE FSIOISSOGONGY |
ball put his chest to it causing the ov nenee Lloyd Barnett, and aoe by sparring in American vreselorwnr \
1 ball to rebound into play. on ockell, British cruiser- GY™Mmasiums. ; ’
‘ . Shortly after, ord. at centre- Weight champion, Perhaps splir- But first comes Williams 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
; forward for Everton kicked the aac ie oo gentle\a word to use, 4 last word from Gardass pee
t ball t@ the cross bar of the Em- (OF When 1 saw Jack at his train- vided me with reason to believe . are Sings
} pire goal. It rebounded but an- ing quarters. he was nursing a there will be a great serap at Earls eit a d sane’
, other Fverton player kicked it out- ~ ag" lip, sustained from one of Court. I asked him who had one pe Shane Si m ec
side. Robinson again received a is helpmates, However, this did him his toughest fight so far 1e angon . o oot “ 1 4 y { 7 .
; long pass and running down, not hinder his training, see answer? You've guessed it— PLASTIC BY THE YARD CYCLE COVERS,
f kicked the ball to Reece who ant aeopeon, his manager, Williams a in different colours
. cleared easily. A moment later old me hat Gardner will scale 7 ~ and
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I do bar*** ajva noiica M all par-or.rUWMJ o. BMEMME nv MM riaht or uitarart "> '•'* Ed" ar CB i -Entiiui ittr pr>i|Mit> haidiiiafi' Mta* i-rf. %  iihara to ha rxamlnad t\ m* on dn TUaaddv or ^ II noon and J o'clock in tha afUrnoon al iha H*.rt. jlon OftVa. P-dUc IteiM i BrMVattoMn bafor. lha l*h day M Ma, itM. tr. ardar tbal M M*. yM hy -a ba raporWd on and rankad cc<-*lnf lo UM luilura and prMrriT IMrt*fF*.(-acovaly OUiarWlaa ich p.raon. will ba in*riiMd Iran lha batwf** o( any MCI-M%  id Ur ovwunl U all cli tM on or agatnai.Wj^Mld jroparw in^aVTirr CUAREWCE AMPtl. KlHl. DCTENDA.NT 'vATllANlKI. flL-atU.". t'HOPWTV riEETUV ALC THAT carta o (MM p, lt a1 W.^M *db '-Trn-r"* tirs-is ^^LT-S^H .STiViT i-TS-i5 UrSroinji.T MJ-.THAT .%  •" %  "• a ,;,k Za .i Kiaim mmt u. . P- O. ...M .K-I "> I*2 WTHIBMM 111— I"l I**"" n '<"*! nrai l*" 1 ^".' .S ffS?Ja-^S-V^? -^ "^ ltow- .'ar to lama nvr .but j bi^ Tof r mncni)..a .md ill *d Mna.iiar MT I %  liaira iitomMrl* rtetad I0t MoiTtl IME ,. u/n.UAM*. Brflrtrar-iii-Char>.ai w j < irMMM Band, i-i* I I .Itaa-l a-iaifcr *\ DM* A" on IT VMl WtM lit ] %  .KM* tM* MMtaM taiuBANT rot* m %  .! I nen nc* ran, v si iip... -nil u i a ram cur-APr-sT w )i at TMAMl Eraa Wh.rr law rtlCM Ma Order aj lha Dav tt-an AUCTION nilfNSWHKHBcfytD* Al | hP Ma'l and r^ott popular Flm. by BINtl %  tUMEY I .or IS ARMHTPUNa INK %  POTE. EU^ MT/iJI-JtALi* Etc N.w HI. i.ma (o thcoM (lorn (AIIIUM)N s SHOWROOM I.riT lioad Ct t |H lii ETS llaby ,u CoU OitaloV %  M; r>OUBLE U M THANI'S > *M DM a. DOMESTIC cLOTM < /or loo purpoan Only : Win By. Mr. TMAN1S 1..QIGR LICENSE NOTICE Trt-a applH-atv-n o( Laaraana Bratharaita. ah^ikr'par of flartr*nl Vllladl OI-.M Chii%  i I i I ic.-iNn luM o* IKSf. •raniad ta It H I. "tennf. i in .fimi •• ba id and ah tuiMri ahon -i Cat bury Road, lor parniiwlon tu UM aald (Jqnor Lliand .hliurla ahoD with *'. -dim., atladhrd at Sarrriuilk %  Dirt. "A. tbja IM dnv ol M-ffh. MM Tu MttXtn Lq. IV.iw Mulrtraia, DUt "A 1. BBATHWAITT Apedwmt %  : ii Thi .p' I i-t %  '• %  -' n .i ii <>d at a LxanMni Court M ba hold a> Pollra CcuH, tn-li I "A" o.. Wodr*.. UP ll.'n -Lav <•! March. ItM. al PAHCr ETEAW MAT* Ear.. U M a. illl 1 Sviaa and U.nf DrUin -i C.ALV* %  bia li.r I.I njMaJ II :. v. i r.i i ion m-;>i HOUSES nut *. -< i..Miia Mill. i| v rha. an actr of arahla land Oovi. .. lurht. two bddreoRui and coni.MOOEHN' FTrnMIUHKD FIAT-wm %  llvar ar,t I i. ,-n Oood 8a-ba1lilK r-r Iwthi" p-". lUra Appl/ M Aln. Ui.hlri No Sandi Wmthlng. AIM i f %  Ii | ii a tt~.ii Bmb i^ivr.r TWO wrtNtKY BUILDCMQ Havln rovarad apaca i dowtiMaira and MOO %  • Frll -id llfbt v 3 tollat. Avatlabla on 1. 1 or S )r*i. .** Ai>t>l. It-H-li llr.rd. lawvi H* Niraav llfltt—m -MABISTOW looaaialha a i di,.l Mil C'>>. ovrt i. MSMMM BOILS PIMPLES Sa-t/aSpjB Ibom a apeadv n-aimoni wlik Ewdltatctl. •uiiahyiK Dr. Chaaa'a OWtmar.t. Soothraailt hnU ft*K Larir Mac. A nwtu Murb. IJ 2J DR. CHASE'S Anlitaptic OINTMENT ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS I WIEE 111 i.ia. Milt lii* air t le par fool I ware Huppiir-.. Rickatt Mil in "51 -In will irll n VRIDAY 1Mb at 1 p m (,..-. MiRnnnr/t Oorafa ono ill I Cat .Ian..tad in teMOocit ONE VAUXIIAL.U It H P SEDAN ("All TtliMS i ASH R AJUTfEK MeKEN7.li; A jcUonocr IS 4n 1 will ell at , Tl IS"V ol SalV/ Mab Block Plane*. Drnwlna DM Inaactlcldoa Poaow ail U>M (HtatiU with DDT. Door Chlmrand -mall. Bodv Diullng ID*i TMIM Caah R AR( Aurtionaar. r S M-3n t'lf A Adjutant The E*rbado. Baaimanl SHIPPING NOTICES "OM or baaor* 're in Jay t Peb roar? In ecr vaar. rsmy paew t lha pamh IkabW Iba Md m re MAKT. V %  i, from II noon, a lot II Ldali.IC BATTrl CANa. Ji, g.lkin* i..hnp ahould be without % % %  f-UM-rul .n lha llumr ONLY HIM ACH HARRIBON'S IIAIlIlWAItr %  ad St II 91—Jn Official Notice HAHJIADOH I IN TW *l.t\M t Ol "I Or APPtAL Eqult.x ISTANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN K JOHEI'll NOH11IS irLAk> O,^ t, 1B i, Ml I-t-r... in food %  •"*• Apply C %  Wathiiii PhAwa riAh'O-Oni UP Apply .! %  %  > Una. ntht .Mi; mu M tha Miaar to be ..otaiaad from the Veetry. a Return m wnun* ol thaw .iveraae not annual arofrl. in arrar•r> with tha pmv lalon* of the *awt "In MI* and Proprlator or other paraon ahall by raaaon of tha rauUT date of cloaln* Arcownu being a data r ta baaojua n i to h Novambar bui pri"' lo IM of prhpuar' than tm Return muM La -nade to tha Aaaaaaoi on o. before the ISth dav of Match "In cMe any ptoprlator or other %  % %  : >nar which lha buMnr*i ha I unable to make the Returi I • lei February. Man no Ratum %  to comply with lha rrqulie mil of thla aub .action rendera th • perxmi liable lo a pe-.ilf aj tim iHiu".t%  ircuir'taneaa ovar whiil Trader* h.ivr no conlral n-I v in makln* Return* on '.he prr wrlhed date*. vll l< two MMk ^l,'*, !" ,'?" ,u, # c.V une An.m.U) .1 U U....-,ty Collet Ho^tal. duU commence %  UK' •• '" 1 62 Tfco .oooiolo..U will B. lot oo. y '" *• r "'"*^f f*" 1 ,11 bt in ikTnto ol M lo £l.a per nnum, dependloil on ernu" In r'^of board, re^d^ce. e. bin *M +m ^^ ,y se vrtU Up.ldrurlher Inlormalion m.y be oblamed from In. n...|.!jl ManuK.-r and Secretary. Application, wilh lull del-U and iwo recen, MbMl '"oul.1 ...ch Ihe HWIUI Manaier and HcBlm, Unlveraity OHle Ho„,,.l oi .h'Te-l IbZ Mona MM BWI. U* U h rt HMTl. 1962. 1 MSB %  WITBt TklVIII**!' TOWELS' Mr-, Mr., TIIANl'S Pr Wm o s as—a>i C ..--.ii. in ni.ii, HIIH1II.I '• *i yd EMI R if -a Caa TftANTE Pr Win Ay St WANTED HELP sTENi iCILAPtlSH rrqulrrd. M With aonir raperWiwe %  ••Ping Caribbean funlm..., I Mallhina O.p. Ila.nrui. MIN4.-KLLANKOIJS STAMP* We .,nl lo b, ly .uouj %  ii-ttiona and oddmtnU to m' B mui >-r ipot cad* Al the Curlbbean (-tan •nrly. 3rd Boor No It Swan Street WANTED IX>AN *TOH I'. HOUSE Furnnhrd or %  I o. .irrd to RenL *>t Mlchi oaorge or outihlrt. trl nnJird Ic" Idgetown Eiill particular, lo D SOVI A I Ol Ms LOST %  T. XIAIXA-MiTI m %  a..*" er-JMon. ATB Bt lluJ SKUAS. JOVCKLA5 V AKTItrTICAS AIUOB UL I:.' LA CHINA %  J*J1 s 1 H \N1'S . %  w !!< -. M 1 ^tB -----*— Foa SAI.K *T,aU hotel %  MBHT. %  tauii > id tbr flfifikl -.ndr ld-1 on io> tetlrod OMPIC • JfjM 'ling* Far 1%  uplv. BOON(O.UOR LJCENSf. NOTICI i applrat*a^ of Dartu 11 RreankSge %  al i,r %  v D ORMTM[-;r N U Thi. afpn .erad at a L-rrr.. ••' F '** *"-"'na -tie thraa rooda imrii n<1 !• %  r therrnbnula abutting and ln-unUlia on lai uch Claim, may be Mfu tu Hie li ..Iherwue .uch pa .r pircl'iilcl ITCM UM I H %  UM MM Darror. and be deprived f all cleirna i. or agabiat Ihr *aii i n.muinl* -no alao nolirteO iiut attend It.toM CDUtt %  tha lth day of March 1B6I U I m -m their *ald rlaima will uo ,iibad %  iiiikhTT iii r a TAIJ4A. Ag rierk l the AMUIM.I Ik I U Jn NOTICE I.^Htln Official Sale IS Illl V-.l-l \s I i .11:1 or APPIAI. %  EquiUble Jwilvllclioni HTANIiY JAMES B30JA\I1 Plaintiff JOSEPH NORJMB D efend.".' MTK-E li hereby glren thai by virtue r an Order of Ihe A %  iitint Courl of Appeal dated |he 7th dar' ol ll. there will ba aet up tor tale to bMM Pj itfl.ru bidder al Ihe Office ol I if the Aadatnnt Court of Appeal at the I Al ",..lt lloute. IlllilErtown. between Ihel"' nn* of IS noon> and 1 o'clock BICYCLE SALES at BEBVICE 1 II MAIWIAI I ill Roebuck Street Rerrlra IIU u VOTfCE PAKIKII OP ST JII.IPH "'NUKaLS will be roegivcd h\ %  larrh IV l.rch |M. of Ptovniona and Grocertra. to be dellrered al the Alm.ho U . %  l< iupt>lv of Dean Cot..' Milk per pint, to be delivered at the A:m.houar. %  DM hv Motor Transport Of (BI 1-a.ipee. lo the Atnuhoii-e i %  part Of the p.riih .h To and from lha Oeneral HoaplUI or any i I parfaB ici Cofllna from the Aim* kou*e and Corpeea fmn in any port ol the pan.', t. ih. hearto and lo the grave id). Corp.e Hie Almihooae to the hoarM .nd lo UM The timid ol Poor l-.w Ouardlana KB IBM paui veied bv Signed A Clerk. Poor ii.. %  Ouardlana, M. Joaepti I I U In MM.HI.. is IOIIII.I IrOBTB TUESDAY 1ITH MARCff. IMI Th. School Spi.t. win b held from 1 IS IO.1J0 p ... on Tued.k AllOid llarrl Ilall) invited T BEtt w Ml be an Old Bon' Race to..id. .1 %  rM I 51 I NOTICE i MO-" ..I IIU.1 HI K M EJM.r.n TENDERS marked on the '•elope "Tender Por wSI he tend at the Almahoubup to 3 pa. h 19th 1MB, for au ^f*fM**?* NEW YORK SERVKF i tb March. I-:? NEW 0E1XANS MitVICE CANADIAN NERVILB SOUTBBOINE Natoa af Ship "AI^OA PXANTE~ .. i. "A1COA PtrQAEUS'* "ALCOA PTLOBIMA STEAMCR A STEAMETt A sTKAMEH -.11. Ballfa* lltb Pebruarv | ll*i Mir. P. Atrd March 13th Apall I t M,v Arrive* Rareaoae 11*1 February Jnd Aw ii Urd April llth May The* reaeale have Umlled patoanger awommodatlor.. KOREBT THOM LTD. — NEW TORK AND GLXE BERVICE AEPLTa—DA OOwTA CO., LTD—CANADIAN BEKTICE SAGU1MAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SERVICE From St. John and Halifax, N.S. GOVERNMENT NOTICE AiU'irUun Is drawn to the Control of Prlcss (Defence) (Amendin.nli Order. 1852, No. 7 which will be publbhsd in lh Omcial Gazette ol Monday 10th March. 1S52. 2. UnckT this Order the mailmum wholesale and retail ssllinc prices of "Beef—Corned" and "Meat—Fresh and Frozen" are as follows: — Beef—Corned Meat—Fresh 4 frozen: Beef; (a) Hind Quarter *.. Hound, Rump, Sirloin. Short Ribs and Thick Flank (.HI All Fore Quarter including Boneless Slew and Brisket .. MuUon: — (a) Legs and Loin (bi Shoulder .. (c) Stew Por ^~ H Veal;—" < %  ) Cutlets (without bone) (b) All other cuts WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) $22 46 per case of 48x12 tw tins. $5.62 per 12x12 or. tin RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 50c per 1 Un. 56c. per lb. 52c. 44V. 43c. 42c. Me Modernise \ mir Kitchen with one of our ENAMEL TABLE TOPS SMART. EASY TO CLEAN AT MODERATE PUCES M WIMI, EMPOIMJM i Corner Broad • TttaUr Slreeta) Halltaa Ralr*. lrl4|iH>%  mssi.. aa r**> y. BSei -< Frb U EMN* II March .-' V.II.1, 7f> March I April 3t April I \ 111 I) KINGDOM SERVICE EROM LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW ich. IktX all that certain a** a| ht John and bland *fnrew .1 by adm> icro thiee d< aeven and two Sfth* perrhe* ui leabont* abulllrg ..nd h-,. %  %  • plaatoOon ni, %  v lEETkM and an land* ..f one Ut* Wood ir howek*r clie the *n i n bound, and If not tha-i nl %  ucceadlr.g Pndn Oel %  %  %  P i Milk. ... Ireih Bread, deliveiol al the Almahiniir In .itch quamitiea a* may be % % %  ii" I tof i-rto.1 c.ir conuni-ncing on March ~*lh IMI. : proper). allied peraona a llllng to beromr bound % %  %  %  a I Mi" ieulre0 I n.e Boant %  'he tewlri PI Iip.tled Airlral DaU* Brld|-t*wa. I BI.AIt,IIVV Ttarbadaa M Peb IB Match IMTKU KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE IKOM ANTWERP. ROTTERDAM and LONDON tridvrci i* a AaTJfiri (...ir.li., %  II 3 ** %  *. UQUOB I.If I NSf MO i %  The applwabon %  Mali LMIu-ira. Bar. al Uoltor| S-Moray board and i i. noted lh>. loth Bu M Mirth IPSj I v TA1.MA. Eaq. I'.iliee Mag.*u.t.-. DM A insr. ii\REWtoo. Applicant -. II T: •mcrtd at .. M be helJ %  %  t>.. Il.t day of March. 1M3. at II A TALMA PoltCP M..'Uralr Dial A li 3 In I U.VOR LICENSE NOTICE ) e* o%  lor per map %  late* ISSS. it • is :j. .1 %  be conon tlidiiv. % %  %  II H li 1 n~ la Aalwri* lati'rgaa* l.aadaa >a tf*BffRSJ> Ml I'. feb H March : API d Agents : PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 FTrryont love* a Smooth. Lordly Stan.—but Un l T i.-igh-ly Hail, especially IB Woman So — OET RID Or TJNSiaHTLY HAITI 1 with mm •• VEET i Hair I'n the B u-li. Dance, Sailing, or any time when under a DdCOBBM UnUghtly, uaa VEET. vi;.;T H utLrameiy useful for men who have touch beard-, or who find It uncomfortable to Shave Remtsobgr: "V E E T" remove* Unsightly. Soperfluoua Hair W exactly THREE MINUTES" asyIT'S CLEAN I IT'S CERTAIN I ITS SAFE I f Thafa RP. 2'3 obbalnabU at.— BOOKER'S (B'dos) BROAD STREET, and V I fi T I/ner tuba DRUG STORES LTD. HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy) We are offering SOUPS This Week. Ralelih Pea and Asparscus: Cress & Blarkwell Oxtail & loamalo: Miwtons Vegetable; HelBS's C>ler>. Muahroom (hieken A. Cream of Chicken: Campbell'* Muahroom A Cream of Chicken. ArtMufiOiUII: Chlvpfs MUed Vegetable*: Ab: KRAFT MACARONI A CHEESE: WHOLE TOMATOES: PORK A BEANS Let BB have YOUR ORDERS Early &f /#/ V J. TA M


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PACE EIGHT, IIARBAIMIS ADVOCATE II I -l.VV. MARCH IE lS2 JA4 H I.AHIIMII know ^ our Football— laws 7js ;:. (i g. uiri'is * m much being off to a • stan. IM law Harif:-, Al the beginning of thi kick-of! .nail b* do % %  of n roin. The teem winr in R isie to* ft llu? option Of ''hour tuck-cat I %  whihII -,d in ttv %  I • %  ^.H takeeabor-f iS I r'lES hM I # Fuptball .. %  ;.. V/hlCfl K.sMi.Mi .,'1 be nui .r.lllCS, u0> %  Upon Law VII—Duration of Play I , VIII—Taw Start of Play the team losing tho goal. the cap khak tarting alter half-limc, ends law h.\< been modus ... with the refers, i be changed and the K"-*-" 1 ,,,. I, u> low the w '>' thcpluyti i U . i*yci aha 11 be m his %  %  ,,il remain not; Udl from the ball; ,.(T; it *hall not be deemed ui i*ay until it C*. Thf %  AJUT ... %  ,,i until %  • %  "t uijury iL.tfcm* by lapm-lainr. D After a %  .-d the game -hall be n VToan ear ball bursts. „j ,„ i.^e manner by a player of EMriRr. Heavyweight CUB %  i difference" i. HI A'ho started the gam* I'itNuhtiM'Ml. For any infringe|aW, 'lie kick-ofl A Champion Makes; &3E& I g — ritli I'.vertnii Dvfval I: lr "'"'" '"" %  Conn BaekToniglit Gardner Defends Empire Title igalnst Williams ii .<-sonl < %  .'.•• %  ol th* kicker playing ito ball %  irM n.uics H would not lxIn Unuwl c-m.-i ,..., i -..maelvo. Ij; %  ? rouno r ^^" /..., .. .fir r.( U i.haaai litt b choose i.j" laataia *(< I <* *"" • of K yoti-wif Quicti;. hi %  : ... th. %  the nine %  %  %  %  Stages that Ever ton put In the %  %  %  i has van fa h;i\iti!' %  ., The In by tba sVertofi Inside i it 1 I WOOd and :ifter i %  d Lbe •ecfttnl i plre hid four roehanees to i%  II but tune v me again the bull Woodcock in Noveiubn kick.i auhav arid* "I EM upriifbtir high above the eromi bar. For Empire. Smith nn Oral pio, 1M the hc.t'uf the cvenuig '* --an hardly l>e limed to I i B business hnuses is 4 pm II the game If aad from 5 pJat. to %  &•, prn. allowing five minutes t* ilf-Uma, u will be too < %  | arts (or playere. ii. iiKWIS MART officials and spectators ihcmsclyej* "> DENNIS I A;. ,„„,„. ,„..„, y whJll ,„ in< Th* hnvy-wdghl Bghl toi which I utmi < ha^e bei n waitina eai erl; t>e staged %  ,. I ,;"tv".h;::. J.-lwiriv wiWam "i R( ,,,•,,, mount of which In one rasaart Gardnii thai thev i almoat at much a challv( ... Rflere< '>•' Tim* at since plan ol -nlghL .h-ill b* exteudrd to permit of the tiUtwin Bruce Simp .^.nulu-kuk bolng t; 1B50. hfeat task iinea Imvmuns (lard•>..t* D *" > ..ffen> i rrasWn hall be taken by a player of the I ipixwing team from *• il" B infringement OOOUrrad A goal ana %  "'"^ "'i"*'' hat from .. kuk-nff. anlng, I liai not defended It, And nKM important UH, ol hi thri a Bghb Lno pa L i ,i i lb* last two. whka champion, Cesar the champion's ma i <-( IIr (he OXpIratiOn "f 'he norI In atther half. At ItalC-tbVa it" 1 inlerval shall ^Pt net OUw*. hud ''-* *• co, ** nt of ,hl IO, reo the two full becks wart .i luwei ol Urion boat him in Juue, and Hain strength and many tunes foili 1 in, Bofl won ., points decision been more diffleult UUD st.irting Slttpcnsioii ol Play the attempt' ol the Rverton forfn Septrmber. The laltei and y "Z sto „p,^, tor an inward? who were ever seeking U> intldenlally. cost Gaiduci hu army boi .,, iho game egr I Aileyne ilao played I peon heavy-welghl Ulla. ehalk from cheese in anc r %  bv _,„ jpproprlate' %  pod nsBJ hut hid passes to the c.-rdner then is in the curious atur ranks : lake 1 . „ rtaln CMes p |ay. forward hn<' w.re n^i le.iiiiH apposition of .i champion making mistakes and get awiiy with them. K,. saI yeudcI for B cauavj predated. Veteran Peece who wbal il virtually l aorne-oack. bid In £kes y -Jv niv|lU one4 m the kept iwal for KveHon aved the Tbii Ii nil i kaan •. prove th;.' re not raHura t.. %  "'VS MamoleI have seen day for hlfl learn tor on man' follow up an lOAC -•** %  u '^.„,', Ihc (icld at the| occisions h.s aiuicipaUon and W N noj ?..*?"* aiVanniih, tarcbag a clever goeikaaptng prevented -he met .1 LefeTtter I. Julj IBM. in ,,, pU y R m Empire f..i il oUmWetoi tor tba right to mstinel l^rhaps he wfll shoai JSuSS^aSInCa I have seer l TI„. gam, tarted with th % %  '--'-• <-i.ini. %  "^ r Jbc mvaikthe Held >"J defending from the north<;.. victor) on C %  un-warm m us mvaa, (in ,. M ,i ,, ( th C Aald Bmpn-a wanl polniti In pill Ihi certain, he would like huddvitU i e ahd BrlUsh l-)i Robinson pasaed to Uougus an air two camps wing hut Hartwood %  >' ceiiU't— half said lie would go on In win Hit right for Evorton charged him :iid title-whioli he did „ad Wll l "*< m the j, JUV fiidory ngsagjluto cleared his arcs. A few miDUtaj UaOaS* fan mafnl referee, as nion&cnse If aUCn occasion; ;ifier pi .1 ^warded any return the Kugby mi. rc n p on il Mr provided die ball has not passi ( kick and at thti rtrfge i*>th reverse the rtecldon. f. i Jack'i a< I ,i out of pla> l ,. Ml .,,.,, Bghting hard to draw Crardnar doaa not want to be m-flghting, parting the boxen toad Then Robtneon moved called a lucky chanwlon it< I %  cloaoaaagn,,. sl-r u the ga In left wing and he kicked acros" determined to prove Out ffUs vfc)< V HotTa h was |..,n „t ihe pi_ HuEvartoo Ing a lory ovei wlUlgi longer than Gardner's, when play was buspenaed uass from his back 'inc. but repeated. odicapped the boll is In play when Keeea came oul and caught Ik. Jn pri>|M];(tl((n (|(| iimch he British %  *-*• %  > n <* the ground. ^_ t*pi-i. rtfi fiftl2&f£Attraction in Action •^,',',' > ',' > ^',',',<.^^V'^--.^^''--'''.'-'.^''''^'''-'''''''''''''''''''''^''''**^'0 ESSO PRODUCTS ARE TOPS IN PROTECTION When buying Oils buy the Best return this too forced a suspension MUttOna cannot be itu community into with Hain Ten Hdfl, lp try and play. These conditions cannot be %  U own supp. the Eur^uaar. UUa. but tba aet oul in the ndaa and l do not uld go on i. win Hi. Hgh1 ,vou I n Britalo. umik that a rcferocai b,i'i and aaamrt d %  %  nolliing to i Brighton. And hli melee in the Cverton .iree *nenuie wa strenuous, levinmade the crowd noisv for It... "* chanre Following the who had come oul to hold the ball '"-'"'^ ; ,rk-out. whub includid not succeed in hi ,y f" ^'d work, he had .nd Betas kicked the ball goal•' •" >" %  *'* k ,- u 'J,' lh "K wards hut luckily lot Bvertoo. vll J' his "PJfTing partners. He Hall who was m the 13 of the 'r Bverton kicked the bill to Mie creel bar of the Empirn goal it raboundad but ani compli v %  Hide. Rohinson agaan received a long pass and running down, kicked the b.iii to Roeee who Cle.nre now blowing l pi ball i trolled prop struggle and nbout five ininute blow ..It N H ngbt for ahrertn iti the first goal With thf aaWtn i well out ol II %  %  ity kick %  the ,-Kir M.mdard rowaaing trip thai Slmpsi %  mind for Gardner is a visit U> the 1'nlted Si "I* 1 "Ot IH' to tight any top-ranking boxars. 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General Batista Seizes
Command Of Cuban Army,

Palace In Coup D’Etat

President Flees Palace

HAVANA, March 10.
General Fulgencio Batista, on Monda

of the Cuban Army and Presidential Pa
bloodless coup d’etat.
Salad:

rigas as

to-day.
Saladrigas was General Batista’s

San Martin.

A_revolutionary movement blamed on former Presi-
dent Fulgencio Batista, broke out in Cuba to-day, Presi-

dent Carlos Prio. told the country in a statement:

The immediate effects were un-

seized command
ace in an almost

Unconfirmed reports said he would install Dr. Carlos
provisional President Monday afternoon, re-
placing Caiilos Prio Socaras~who fled the palace early

unsuccessful presi-
dential candidate in the 1944 elections won by Ramon Grau



determined at once, but the presi-| ak k
dential statement said: “I am inz| Uu e es

formed that the General Staff of
the Army has been taken by offi-
cials who are friends of General
Batista and are complying with
his (Batista’s) orders.”

General Staff headquarters is at
Camp Columbia on the outskirts of
Havana and is a major military
establishment in Cuba. It was
where Batista started his 1933
Sergeants Revolution which over-
threw the government of the dic-

No Deaths

A “strong”















Japan Again:

TOKYO, March 10.

tremor shook up
Southern Hokkaido for the second
time in a week today collapsing |
113 houses already weakened by a slender mayegin ‘of
last Tuesday’s shock and injuring





Vestry Discuss ~
C.6.L. Bonus For
Parochial Treas.

A motion by Mr,
that the Vestry of St. Joseph re-
move any Possibility of late:
sranting.a cost of living” bonu® to
their Parochial Treasures whose
Salary, Mr. Hayne: Said, auto-
matically §0es up with any corre-
sponding rise jn the amount ol
taxes collected was defeated dn
the casting vote of the Chairman,
Mr. W. R. Coward at the meeting
the Vestry yesterday,

J. A. Haynes



Mr, Coward Supported the con-
trary view that inasmuch as
the cost of living bonus granted
the Parochial Treasurer | y

ast
only related to the




year 1
there was no need to talk
matter up unless the Parochial

Treasurer applied again this year,

This matter of cost of living al-
lowance for the Parochial Treas-
urer was on the Agenda in the
name of Mr. Haynes, who pointed
out that last year the Vestry on

one vote ai

a time when it was




















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TUESDAY (AT M4 1952 PRICE : FIVE CENTS



| De Gaulle Witi
gm Oust 27 “Rebels”

PARIS, March 10
General De Gaulle niade it clear to-day that neither he
his the French People’s Rally, would participate
Any Gaul-



rt
pat

fovernment under the present party regime
t Deputy joining the government—and the General may
ave been the 27 “rebels” whose votehelped
io put Moderate Conservative Antoine Pinay into office
st week—will no longer belong to us” De Gaulle said

The General drew more than--————

reporters to his Pr Con-
Montserrat

ice to hear his views on the
ch political and financial
4
Has New
Constitution

inmking ot













nd on the rebels who voted
Party directive or



hip DeGaulle said, “the other:
Wale






net find such «a positior, Montserrat Kas just had its first

€. comfortable for themselvesfmeeting of thy Legislative Coun-
» I prefer to spare them this }eil u r the new constitution in

test the reign of Queen Elizabeth I
The General would not be] This took place on Monday, March

drawn out on his Party’s attitude }3 His Honour Charlesworth Ross,



i
unst
i ed if he uld serve i ‘
| National Union vernment ir
ny office other than the Premier-
|



fo the Gaullist rebels two of the colony's Commissioner told
whom have resigned. “That is an I the Advocate yesterday morning
nvernal matter”, he said in reply [shortly after his arrival bv the
© repeated questions Lady Nelson
The General told reporters the
Nally of the French People will Mr. Ross who is accompanied
' compromise with the preseni|>y his ‘wife. is spending three
ime He added “Any whofweek holiday here staving with
a nd participate in any Gov- — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nerris of
. ernment under this system will }Argyle Flat, St. Lawrence Gap
TAYLOR playing at inside left for Hmpire carried the ball within inches of the Everton goal when no longer belong to the party”. | before going on to the UK. via
Reece, right, the Everton goalie intercepted and saved what looked like a certain goal. Everton The General said it wa r both |New York on leave ,
won two-—dil. dious ids ric ou '
nic “ eta re \ inl A on binots tee He said that the colony held its

c » > new oc + “si
right and left and divide the elections under the new constitu

Vestryman

Warleigh Reservoir































































en. " . tlio February 20 and in each of
nation into two on Political, Social | 0" 98 ; one
nd R the five districts, a labour candi-
not fully con- ind Relifious quarrels in the PI@S= fF int. wre 2 “d giving S .
Gun Battle 17 persons. Stituted, blundered into granting ° ent state of the country. France |‘ pS ap ease giving the party
President Prio issued his state- The Government Seismologist] the Treasurér a cost of living r jects oO he said, must create a real Nation- I ltause | Got toed - »
ment from the Presidential Pal-| placed the epicentre of the 30@-|bonus. He said that during that 1 Union to end the present fon Haentnetes eat \aie ee ae
ace where a gun battle occurred} second tremor 80 miles south} same year, the parish collected at V r ower un a T Y ° ituation “of lassitude of people off a ae: bernie —_ ae
this morning between unidentified] south-west of Hokkaido’s south- additional $5,000 in taxes which at ugges won under the chloroform of thei ¥ ner belng President
men in a passing automobile and} eastern tip along the same fauil| resulted in the Parochial Treasure; , ty system Foreign countries â„¢ P
Palace guards. line that set out -the disastroms receiving approximate]; $30 penn: : 7 after . : “oh O59 re asking what is going to hap- “ ay oe
: ; : é ximately $300 mor SHORTLY after noon. on Sunday, March 9th, 1952. sing objection: to a a * a I) Montserrat, there is now a
‘The guards said the men opened | quake and tidal wave which en- as his commission. ne Warleigh Water Reserveiftin St Pei ; overflowed. It i en ob a: Me OM allntiou pen to ‘Prance”, he told the} teputy President of the Leyisla-
fire and they responded. First re-| guifed the Hushiro area last week. eee eS oe ll ery p \ om tine 4 1 Welfare} toWaed press conference. “They| oy. Council which post has just
ports said there were two dead in| Late today there had been no; The Vestry by thei, decision had not done so far many years, and the fact vdacp- oda yet ( cnr ei of the St. Joni ah Ve ; ay well ask. Men in the Krem-{ been created for the first time in
the battle but it was not clear| deaths reported in the quake | last year had paid the Parochia} to the empty ‘buckets and thirsty throats in north St Lucy Gial.av save rih eden ea tr saa are’ congratulating themselves. } ie history of the colony
which group they belonged to which sent the population of Hok-| Treasurer cost of living bonus oy and north east St. Peter. Only a week previously, ther, fittes: found it inconvenient. to i a saa pi 7 one a eS ae
Batista himself was reported un~| aida and narthern Honshu tumb-| 8 salary of $400 a month, plus an-| had been.no standpo t or piped water in the'day time north! sit the ould. resin, Mrdoi wine Cote WOUE ao the We ave hoping to introduce i
officially inside Camp Columbia by ling out of their homes in the! Other $300 as commission’ and had been n tan Pc pit it end, hey h uld resign, My ime thing Committee system of Government
some persons who had seen him darkness at 2.04 am . addition to that, the same em of Spring Hall in St. Lucey; and none, day or night, in the E 8 nith said tha , ie me} —UP. hich is almost a ministerial sys-
there, but a call to his country | "Police reports from Hakkaido| "ceived another $40.00 as) ciek Boscobetle area of St. Peter. Water had been distributed rs lage a ptt tae ylitn eric nm." he said, and added that there
estate brought the announcement po! the Ve ” tg nee | va nly n ex-~of! ad ri il be two main committees with
that everything here is normal and| Said the power supply was sus-| ‘0 she Vestry. by water tank lorry only. E , ; ‘| rember of the Vestry 7 Die As Rioters he Chairman of each being an
the General is sound asleep pended at many places, water Ths . : a oe day Mr. Smith said that , notice lected member of the Legislative
Except for the shooting at the] Pipes burst in some areas and new ; a. p. Haynes said, was pay- ible for Means vent Caused! vere often sent out too late, an igh : Council ag well as a ‘member of
Palact. Havana was strangely|cracks appeared in the snow- ing ¢ e! arochial rreasurer twice, rouble for many year It wa metimes a member might have Fig: ad Police eee
quiet with not a policéman in| covered ground.—U.P, nerensed ye aty, automatically JAMBOREE FUND })')» way. , | \ad a previous engagement. H:
sight. Police radio had ordered all sua ro cael ae Hi, on May 1951, the situation had | ups sted that when the Clerk { 'OHANNESBURG, March WW. Each of them, he said, will have
policemen to their stations and : x ee COuee ted. He did Previously Ack. .... $574.00 || ome desperate and the Water-|)ihe Committee sent out notice Eleven persons ha been killed] » voice in the administration and
s ac sually tak not see how this Ves try could go ;. E 3.00 j rk Technical Advisory Com-) hx hould also send out a formjand nearly 200 injured in two ll be responsible for taking de-
barracks, an action usually taken a res oo I : oa G. E. B. Ince ...... 4 |
j "A srica in serious em- pack on what was done last year, M. GL 1,00 } tee decided that drasti o be fille out and returned b | of rioting which terrorized| cisions on certain departmental
in Latin America in s f and he was not suggesting that tl » MMR b sss A vee ee e 4 u hat i gh +) eg . ; Se nema 5 \
, 3 SURE) & that the < 0.00 wasures must be taken, and | member atating vhether the the native township of Newcrar« itter
ergency. , 9 Parochial Treasurer should he R. Bruce Skeete .... 1 b ithonut ; 1 ttend the par-|in the Johannesburg ;
During his four years in office own Ss x c 2 Total $588.00 {4 hout delay, In other words, the should be able to attend the pat ne Johannesburg area, police ; 5 M “a
after being elected President in ae to repay the money. He Benin ; | discussed Western Supply must) ticular meeting or not ad Monday oe ie eee si Fs a
; y i ever sugges . The Fun y closed 11% . . : v attenc re Sonference ©
é thickset General y | would however suggest that the . | materialise fhe discovery of 3 ; ‘ Gangs of thugs roamed the Wi li at onfer :
oy nk Sen, Cone turbulent SEOUL, Korea. March 10,” | Vestry should take steps now so and the Executive Council of | Mises. diveam!? iat at hiab Mr. W R,. Coward, Church | t, wnship all day yesterday, ! Social Wellare Officers of be
4 uo bristling with] American Sabre-jet pilots shot| that if the Parichial Treasure: dia the Boy Association || \ dildos sicislblon atts «Warden, who aged. as Chairman | Native vigilantes fought them, Drilish Cariosbean area — which
island with cars bristling ‘ pséribt irtbeleay anh law dtm osu Vin gt-— as - nes) esterday’ tind “In thett oe , : pens at Hastings Mouse on Nor
machine guns before and after his} doWh seven Communist MIG 15s) apply again this year, there would beg to thank all sivsdr ost of pumiping, had not suc./?f yesterday's ” meeting “mn j Least night thousands of native ) cpens er th Oh airmanship of
Gwh: Car and d. others in air} already be a decision of the Ves- Iveeded in 1949--50, There re-/2bS8ence of the Rector, supported | families barricaded — themselves, [day under oe re ws Wot.
' In Exile battle over North Korea on Mon-|try against granting the bonus Kmained the “sheet” water held! Mt. Smith in his ousectian - the | terrorized, in darkened shacks i s an a the Cobptrolles
isni -esi c icti i st losses} asked for. , fe ee F rvation made by the Muir! braying the thugs would pa ive Advise th omg
, After resigning the premsency Se SS Sp piestest more Ri al F ti {up in the coral by the sea, which | 114). o¢ the Social Welfare Com-|them. This morning when police] tor Development and Welfar« t
in June 1941 General Batista wen than a mo! He anticipated that taxes would lV actions n the vicinity of Speiyhtstown nittee and aid that the | r@inforcements arrived the fleht- eae
into OP an foe he ran a Mesh mie £0 ian-built jets aanin pigh od this year gaa @ ot F Sh d | sence about a mile inland from) hp irman appeared to be aling broke out again :
Z Russ | the arochial Treasurer's salary "4 1e shore ictator” Hundreds ; Sas bes- re
Spe the ena oe would. automatically go up. He we or iow own | “Aste on the top’ of the first Mr. A. J. Carter and Mr, W. T.} wor ‘in was patel Se re W ul Import More
: St time in four ys. 3 did not think it was fair to other - | cliff, on line between Farm and { e howeve f the rieking slog
: se : as fa LO reh 10. if 1 a lin V 1 rouding were ioWeVvel d hrieking tribal war logans and — —
r man will attempting to drive otf 110 Allied Jestry employees. He said that to i NDON, afore } Mullins, was selected and a well, on that both Mr, Smith and | etirrin them -t + v an ; e SYDNEY, March 10 ‘
4 antes Vestry emplo; Rival factions of the Labour{ Mul } i m to attacks on th , New South
fighter-bombers attacking a 15- ay a man $700 a month to raise], Be or ai y{6 feet in diameter, sunk, The Coward were catching at}vigilantes and the pollee he President of the New Sout
ile stretch of ilway east of| P3Y § ¥ Party held separate session toda) : . me pom Vales Graziers’ Association, C, M.
Fly To New York mi e stretc ~ ra ay taxes Was a tremendous sum, and to plot strategy for a showdown) @:cund level at the spot was abou aws, and that the Chairman —U.P Wales Graziers is aa , Cone
Sunchon. . Russian _interceptors | 116 was asking that the cost of liv- Tuesday which may dead to the} i27 feet above the sea, and the had only made an observation Williams, aan ee eS. te
‘ ; S : ' ek . . ae) 4 . ; ” seis ; f nee at ~=Australi: x
KEYWEST, Florida, March 10. | Were cut short of thels eargess DY | ing allowance be deleted for the} oyouision of Leftist Rebel Ancu-| surface of the “sheet water a pointing out that if it was no D rorence ‘ se vegetables, fruit
President Truman will inter-|? ao. of eee oe coming financial year. rin Bevan and his follower ttle abowe mean sea level. The convenient for membe ’ ue RIVERS STRIKE SOOT | # 1980 unless the pros
hi ; i took part in free battles with the| at curentee 31 to 40] w , xcavated 12 feet ver-|they should resign and allow BOSTON, March 10 nd eggs in 196) f es 2
rupt his holiday here and fly to Red planes. After some discussion, Mr. Lee It \was expec ted that 31 to ell was excavated 12 S _ wt itd i f . March tion Increased.
; ; ; . s SCUSS ee wan’ oftis wers in}tically int he sheet water, to some other person who coulc Iwo thousand drivers ; inte
Washington on Friday for an{ Tt: ‘was the worst day for the! pointed out that the cost of living|Of Bevan’s Leftist folloy Ae Die: Se hay oh age ign ce Pat i has | give their time to sit on the Com-| ghanies on a hisutan Waa ec a lohan Shad
overnight stay. He will go to New . ; : . to th e| the Commons would stick | iccommodate the pumps, and has chanies on two ’bus lines went on He said the sale of goods to th
“tay $e . communist air force since Janu-| allowance now being paid to th ; ag ‘i ed fror ; att unning | mittee, strike t : re oat > ¢ ices well
York City for a speech on Sat- ee ; shial Treasurer would end at; him even if he was ousted fron orizontal ad ann ‘ beat Widabin ike today curtailing transport-| United Kingdom at price
urday, ary 25 when American Sabres} Parochia a ‘ch, and he sug-/the Labour. Party. They. might|..oth and south across the line of; [t wa pred oe it vat pe : on for some 800,000 commuters,| shove old levels was a potent
Joseph Short, Presidential Press] destroyed ten MIGs, probably de-|the end o cag + should be ,f0rm a new independent Labour} ..terranean flow. each 20 feet|ines of the Socia tet a lhe strike was called in sup-|factor in destroying the incentive
Secretary said, he had no addi-|Stroyed one and damaged three. gested that the matter c IParty in the House. | ic for the purpose of infiltra- | tttee had been abortive ee s0UE 't of union demands for pay|for higher production in .Aus-
; Faia ned he sudd Meanwhile, General Matthew] left open. 4 While Bevanites discussed their | a tal length of ca! nsecutive — occasions POO ee I nina eee a : araaias "
tional information on the sudden : ’ : division was taken, and vot- © . | tion, making a total | th of ga i t attend nhereases and company paid pen-| tralia
flight of General Hoyt Vanden-| Ridgway’s headquarters in Tokyo] A division wa: tie. It was how-|hext move. a special committee |" Mae ho embers did not attenc | slog ieee cate _up.
berg, Chief of United States Air]}announced that Russia and her| ing resulted in a inst Mr. Haynes’ |0f the Parliamentary Labour} ' ' iti | t
Staff to Key West for a confer-| satellites are providing most of ata ype oe wear ‘vote of Mr. |Party comprising labour members| Pumps Installed |
Preside r ist | Motio Puy ' of, Commédns held a_ special ) |
ence with President Truman on; the weapons used by Communist ae . ats f the ) * >
Sunday. forees in Korea.—U.P. wa fe he neo wes ting. }meeting to decide what line to In the meantime, the construc- i e E ague if y ‘ ‘
j ¢ ; 2) stry To p pe ’ . é t é full arty caucus!, x i slectrie ; “
Short said Truman would spend “ ua P j tion of a small electric pumping | BABY KNOW & ry
4 : ae , * : Mee b
Friday night at Blair House in CONDUCTOR DIES | ba tomorrow. jvtation, and the laying of a mile St ll R ¥ec |
Washington with Mrs, Truman | UP. t 10% diameter pipe up the hill 1 age Ss | are
tet Gerais anaher, teks Weeon. HOLLYWOOD, March 10. | 67" > Rardar’? Had d taunt aitiiah Giaestvolr. witch hs BES i Fodq D a
Me deer ete hie nee tact (2° Trin | Russia Supplies '21 toe tye tie wa, omit QPEAWA, Maren 10, |
© address a meetin oO} r es 7 ode acs UW t l ; Ku - Two Beresford submersible Shipments of Canadian hay, |
thousand editors representing}Symphony, Liverpool _ philhar- neventju rip z ; ‘pumps, each capable of lifting}, and oats to Cuba stopped |
\ ' \ . as |
School and college papers of the}monic and B.B. Symphony N Orean Weapons | 4.000’ gallons of water per hour | ee because of the foot and|
Col bia Scholastic Press Asso- Orchestras, et.23 ne Se =" Elias Mitchell, kipper ‘of (the i K a | jto Warleigh Reservoir, have been mouth plague in Saskatchewan }
ciation. where he resided for ie motor vessel T, b. Radar which TOKXO. March 10 | talled one to standby the rhe Department of Agriculture |
—U.P. ~ several years. —* arrived in the island from Trini-| General M itthew tidgway's}cther, as more than half a mil-lannounced the Cuban embargo |
dad on Sunday, told the Advocate |)... dquarters disclosed today that) jion gallons per day is not likely|Saturday, At the same time the|
yesterday that his trip to Trini Nortt Korea and Chinese | to be required for many years to| Dcpartment reported that while |
OoOmmonwea ugar dad and back was quite unevent-} apons from tanks to pistols are | come, i a 7 need ore =|
ful and pleasané, now supplied mostly by Russia] Samples of the water have been}Conadian meat products and live |
tae nmite tellite nations. !;.be a toate * » be toek ‘kle wv) hipment
Capt. Mitch said that he had 4 het SUPRISE I é. ae axe Mh the | te ken and té ted From, a4 t a - rs “7 oe an 1 pmants
A t H l d I Se aap ey pie . ie” Sone ai a r ee lohagon pe n s itt tate nied by u ir pe ' certifi }
e ! \\ ; arte raf 2 A uk of soviet weapons are¢ is satisfactory, with chlorina- | pan yy an inspection ift~
reem “Hh e pe @2@ |stated that the T. B. Radar wa models dating from ye before |, aah is provided. The] cate ;
believed to be in difficulties on}... ld War Il—the 176 milliet mils al results are all that are At Regina Saskatchewan
| CAMPBELL gt tbat meine howitzer” was designe. heme penule ae al Mea, aD ar ong San ni
ij j at the 11927. the w-dow, , wel es eaera ler ara ,
PS M. MD A cablegram received a he rer resort combiled sathanan dra nw on i ported a fresh outbreak of foot
ened ernoar and "B hade oes ources par that many: of these | [eee si uth disease
. , " partment after the T. E. Radar had , ms have been “more wu) negligible cs ie I Kenneth Well Associate
(From Our Own Correspondent) ‘ sailed from Barbados for Trinidaa | ™' ipons pave a “a | The system may need “nursing he {: Wederal, Veterinatian said
LONDON, March 10. _4|stated that a white tahker was equa p uP lror a period, but let us hope the | mimale on farr ithin al
Mr. J. M. Campbell, Chgirman of Booker Brothers said seen about 25 miles off Grenada +t ae as remoyed-—once and for all] viously quarantined area have
to-day on his return from a two-month business visit to spparently disabled or stopped Res |_-a hardship eadured snenially by en bound to have special treat-
7 : ' then t t , f r f the anc Silla, we } Sun-
> W, ss, that he had never been more encoura sed The local pilot said then that he y 2 e foik in the north af en julldozers were bu Su
the West Indies, 2 ae e f ‘ogy he had seen in i «lieved it to be the T. & Radar | Commissione r rd ver severe headache fo fouging out a huge burial pit
or heartened by the signs of progress he had s rercentane lad yee “Absa all painted | : Le Uratarmeiaes Departinent 5 teren one tale fbn Rakes
British Caribbean colonies. si shoes Appointed hute "the latest outbreak. Wa
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“The Commonwealth Sugar GENEVA, Mareh 10 | pgzert Meat Arrives UP.
Meee! eal respeenet ome | WHAT'S ONTODAY || Rohisoon, Gibson | sirens Genie’ WEsante, |! rozem Meat ‘
es the first real prospect_of pros- in ete ‘ ine -lax
pent ine have ot oa Bore] Gout of Grand Semone at [yo ng. Bn thon | cise - testing oot the| rom New Zealand) yan pirs AFTER
viding there me N10. eollapee be oad 10 a.m. \ ia Mixec OUdDIeS FO States High Comn is-| Sl cae gy a HEAD INJURIES
ling or another wi {i = Reg v Ashton Gibbs | SINGSTON, J’ca., March 9.|S0ner fort refugees in Latin indernis “anvnly of cheat 3
S | net v vines ein M Dicer dor nea heir “Carib- i a air i orned beef, milk powder, pickled I cl Best (4 ‘ae faa
Mr. Campbell who also visited | Reg v Harold Fitz Colly- || Montego Bay end 1ament with} /¢ will leave here on. March 15 | eee eatetrult and orange’ Philip died at t Genera f v
r, Lamp ; . | more {bean Tennis Tournamen et up Gfice in Bogota after Pt aoe . yt pital yeste iy morning He 4 r ue lt TO-DAY HE'S
Canada during his trip said Can-j {Mixed Doubles. Nils Rohlsoon Papeete: ; solid of irvive Barbado: esterday by r @ir 7 LIKE SO MANY BABIES O DD +
adians were well pleased with the;]| Anglican Syned at Church iGWleden kithen Gibso New| Which he will visit various Latir ithe S. Paorainte whien.. called ' here on Sunday
Commonwealth agreement but House at 11 -. | York captured the title, beating Parnes a AEA nies t fromm New Zealand via T wudec } f or ( ane : ‘ae a ENJOYING —
wanted to make sure first of all Meeting of Legislative Coun- Le ene Main—Canada ar etricta { ons ez Fe eaer ha Pyne ly The Ceramic, 9,162 ton ne cad Dr ‘ 3 | te ied a
that they could get the necessary cil at 2.00 p.m. Ward—Surrev . 6-3, secretary oe Med) which i operated under the ew Ay pe se oa
supplies of sugar from the West Meeting of the House of As- 6 ary Nation € wil for Lit and) Zoalang ine. called to Messt De mr examinatio tt e H ‘ pits
Indies. 7 sembly at 3.00 p.m. In the Semi-finals Rohlsoon| pri iat Colombian Deputy) Costa & Co., Lid. Her curge wa ft aa Sn a atte
“A Trade Liberalization Plan Meeting of Extra Mural and Gibson beat David Lurie erg nt Representative to % being CHAK ged, Somenier SBC re aan ' the District 4
will have to be made to work,” he Youth, British Council at | So.) Afric: Helen Fletcher} United Nations and to the Secur-| meat will be de int at er
added. 5.00 p.m, ‘ |_England. 7— 5. —(CP) ty Council 'shops toda ren a F :
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and the West Indies would suffer Everton at Kensington.
if two-way trade could not be Rangers v Police at Shell
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otinemas 1952
; i , . TUESDAY, MARCH 11,
GE TWO BARBADOS. ADVOCATE EE ee
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R. JUSTICE C. Gordon Mac Intransit On Holiday Eo KNARF and Hanid, t! vs,
Kinnon of the Superior 7 -3;RANSiv on Ue é ay Neisoa RRIVING from Puerto Rico — a were surprised to find Willy ad Mf, | - ‘ iy |
irt of the. Province of Quebec, i which called here yesteraay last week by B.W.I.A. Le standing on the moss in front of | ’ i ’
if NOW paying his first visit tO Har- jorning on its Way 1i Canuasa for a holiday, were Dr, and Mrs, y toadstool and meas ae a } e > fi , |
bados. de arrived yesterday MOrn= Ja. wuss Biza Campbett of New Alexandra Forbes from Milton, } with a tape-measure Wi y had th 4 j
ing trom Montreal by the Lady york who is m-king a roun wip Massachusetts, They were accom- " } tape-measure across Robin’s che
Nelson accompanied by his wit on ine vessel rigny aown to ssrii- panied by a friend.of theirs, Mrs. and yas saying: “All right ir I've VT)
eee re remaining tor two Guiane Ralph B. Williams from Boston, Tralle teah Geaahes” now, vigt 1} :
weeks’ holiday staying at the They are staying at the Hastings “oo > last feather. i}
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LOVE HAPPY BIG WHEEL

, a : cre ‘beet : : . her sister Mrs, Shafler in Antigua, month's holiday, the latter part Uf
drew, endgee Christine and, Ane” Puerto Rico on punday 0 BN-LA. arrived here on Sunday evening which she “spent "at Cacrabank,
evening for Trinidad on their way was accompanied by his wife. rae rotbing to tee Si She is ae See eee
vack to Peru, after spending seven uring their three-week stay iN staying with Mr on Mrs. L. Mrs. T. C. Keefer of Montreal
weeks’ holiday here staying at Barbados, they were guests of Mr Spira of “Green Acres,” Worthing who came out with her, is staying
Coral Sands and the Hotel Royal. and Mrs, Ronald Tree of Heron \iay, i! on for a longe a is
Mr. Baird who came out with Bay, St, James. : ger pe :
them, left yesterday on a short visit .
to somne of the islands hetoee res Newly Weds Rupert and the New Bonnet—10
turning to Peru via the U.S.A, He M* and Mrs. Guy - Massel who erarumeies
is a Field Engineer of the Interna- were recently married here, y ei oY al
tional Petroleum Co. in Peru, left for Martinique by B.W.LA.
For Health Reasons yesterday, They expect to spend
M® C. G. PHILIP, merchant of approximately three months —in
(ik Roseau, Dominica, arrived Martinique and Guadeloupe be-
here yesterday morning by the fore leaving for: Paris.
Lady Nelson on a visit in the in- If time permits they may re-
terest of his health, He was accom- turn to Barbados for a few days
panied by his daughter Natalie and ©" Toute to Paris.

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: . A iRiVauw, irom Canada yes- “T'lL have your coat ready for yo thy :
io Join Her Husband A terday morning by the s.ady U.S. Medico this ddy week.” | j
— NSS DY he LOGY NOOO | eso Were wr. abu wire, F. } ; re “Very good, Mr. Toad,” said Rub that Stiffness Out of |
yesterday morning from : “ 4 R. W. 8. BARION of Duke : . \| :
; . Lawail of Princeton, New Jersey, Robin Your Limbs with .
Canada was Mrs. John Kurton wao who have come over tor a snor 3 Ho pit al ise Durham, ‘ North “The same color as the last one, | i} )s
hes now come to join ner husbana noliddy which ‘they ufe spenain Carolina, arrived here on Sunday suppose. Or would you like it a bit ! ile
who returned here some weeks ashe of Wie. meakiile Motel evening via Antigua by B.W.1.A., redder?” said Willy. te _ “ '
ago to take up un soenenene ay Be Rome at) ha: Vike ieee lame ad a about oe ages oe 7 “Just a bit redder,” answered |_ a re 6-16 |
tuner of the Cathearal organ. R : ine nuf cure: as now come to join his uncle Robin. Then he said good-bye and * T |
Mrs. Kirton, the former Miss * “in = eae ae ° Dr. N. G. Barton who is staying at \ Rok off. me ut Willy measured the caterpillar. HEALING OIL it
Doris Provencal, is the daughter * ' i 8 Super Mare Guest House. Marking Numbers . o” it
ot Mr, E. Provencal, owner ot ne megular Visit After 22 Years eee ; : . , clothes grow on you? ? ;
ar, , “ } soon as he was gone Knarf and > \ 3irds an Sees and | } ie
Provencal Organ Co., in Montreal Miss M. MUIR of Ehorieeton, RS. MARJORIE WILSON of ta on et te Willy, who ate aah ps ’ opt = eee , It penetrates quickly to }
ind Mrs. Provencal. She was an “ Nova Scotia and a regular oon ak . ae she wa ket gs and B i nt. : 18
pers. singer with the C.B.C. and is visitor to the island is now back her ah tut br lene pon Coeet upsbitaiic a iidaos De Silly Idea | soothe and stimulate... | :
laicly well known in the classical Senin ave . holiday. She qucsved is now back again for a holiday. 1 “Willy, what are you doing? “Ss Hy lly kept repeating | your tired, aching mus-
field as a composer and soprano. y rday morning by the Lady), arrived on Sunday evening by Hanid exclaimed. “Silly j t he didn’t say why | Y |
. . Bin “ . y >i , . , ' ‘Wai : see the | }
For Further Stay a and ee me eG BEWLA,, via Antigua and is stay- “W hy were you measuring thrt it was sil Wait till you se¢ : b clea.
FTER spending a week's )0l- eens so eae eon te Dare, ing with Mr. and Mrs. James Mar- Fobin ?” asked Knarf. y 909 cons ton Seeking Sere »
iday staying at the Ocean sang YP rte an gg oo yn of “Dum- ‘shall of White Hall, St. Philip. ¢ W - Bnlened, pearing. the num And wa i} il you pe thy ve sallow | MAGI : The Athlete’s
View Hotel, Mrs. V, F. Glock of Sy ys , ers down. He folded up the lca! a ache m making fe he bi . % *
ryiend, left for Trinidad on Sun- For Welfare Talks 2 On Holiday putit in a loose-leat folder, stuck t ind just ve j aa B tore biesiad a Friend
day evening by B.W.LA. She will Rt L. A. ROBEK'Ts, Social Seer two weeks’ holiday pencil behind his ear. Then he turned ee the ¥ ag n a com i wa
be remaining there as a guest of Welfare Officer of Domini- here and staying at the Has- ee ey aE aig a ‘exclaimed Willy suddenly. 4 ence
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Medlicott Vere- ca, arrived here yesterday morn- tings Hotel is Mr. W. W. Weldon of siethae ‘ a er , > ee fe € come some more customers!”
ker until March 24 when she sails ing by the L.dy Nelson.to attend Long Beach, California who ar- Mactind A MecMas Gorka tas Miart? |. Thecustoners were Simes potato a
for the U.K. on the SS. the Conference of Social Welfare rived on Sunday by B.W.LA. via ' ine ve ae am : ee. euliee be ce heat Tee, | i
Orangestadt. Officers in the British Caribbean Antigua. " DT wine” said Hanid in astonish lly got out his tape-measure = | R O O D A L T H EA TR E S ;
Canadians area which qpene at Hastings Mr. Weldon is proprietor of a Aap ment; “are you a tailor 2” ‘ Ho measured the potate bugs
RS. A. G. FENWICK of Ba- rege Berrie hy ae ear ee Riess "Month Beach. IT’S THE STYLE and not the! At tnis Willy nodded and smiled. for poika-dot dre ase ane Oe eae ot
thurst, Canada and Miss Ena Isl : Schol or a onth . climate that causes Cathy Blakely, “Indeed | am! I've just opened my pillar fer a long chocolate-colored ROXY
Parsons of Halifax Nova Scotia, 8 and cholar pe R. HOWARD C. SMITH of t don mittens and earmuffs at| $"P. I'm a tailor for airds, U! " Ss Weeuens , : EMPIRE
were arrivals yesterday morning M* E. C. M. THEOBALDS, New York,’ arrived here on Miami Beach, Fla. They are Bugs and Beetles. But, of cour Later he measured’a moth for an — | ; weani eda era ae
by the 7 r two weeks’ Deputy Director of Educa- Sunday by B.W.LA., via Antigua ali he added quickly, “I'll make clot! gt 1 all in white Today Last 2 Shows 4.45 & 8 30 ; » y m4
by the Lady Nelson for two weeks puly sunday by , gua aimed at matching the swimsuit! " 1 ; ‘ : eet Bing Crosby & Nancy Olson‘ in— Republic Whole Serial
holiday and are staying at the tion, received cable news yester- for a month's holiday. He was ac- and have nothing at all to do with| fo! junybody else, too He measured a frog for a bathing | aia MatianD MANHUNT OF ‘i
Ocean View Hotel. slay to the effect that his youngest companied by his wife and they warmth. _Knart and Hanid promptly ask« suit, NS es | MYSTERY IBLAND
Miss Parsons is Secretary to the son Thomas has been awarded the are staying at Paradise Beach Club, Willy why Birds, Bees, Bugs arc it when an ear nworm ce e | Wed & Thurs 4.50 a 8.90 esiniaes te taceeetereaiae
Deputy Minister of Highways and Jamaica Island Scholarship for Mr. Smith is a partner of the, First Time Beetles needed a tailor to make alo: eee d - mee BI? Pe ecuitan Ate in— Kian Paddee tiene, Mad cinsee
Public Works for the Province of 1951 on the results of the Cam- New York Stock Exchange. T N BARBADOS le Anekcaal clothes for them. for anythin a. ‘ou rang y ever | eras CHICAGO DEADLINE
nove ee Keldgaser sien Scheel Dertifivate. From Antigua is Mr. Christian Denteldion of th om? a Kn me eee te a nek a hy it. Xo ie t ai ~dial TOP OF THE MORNING
" \ . é n oO om?” said Kiiatr ¢ you out, u doy | Starring:
Spend Two Months Attended The Races ISS NORA ABBOTT of Anti- Schenectady, New York. He ar-|... “Silly idea,” said Willy. “Do your. nesd “lothes.” |) wittiam Holden—Nancy Olson with Bing CROSBY
R. AND MRS. WALTER R. CYRIL BARNARD, planter gua is now here, for three rived on Sunday evening bY | qT | atl eakat ena terroe ice THURS. 13th 1.30 p.m. SHOW
CARTER from England, left and turfite of St, Vincent weeks’ holiday Staying with Mrs. B/W.LA. via. Antigua and will be Bc oi LOLA AS Tg Latest Newsreel Showing: The sIOUx wae SUE
on Sunday evening by B.W.1.A. for who was here for the B.T.C. Races, B. Blake of Hastings. She was here for three weeks staying at Oro Oe SSSOS SOS GS SSOP SOO SI II IDS % |{}} Proclamation of Queen Elizabeth 11 ‘alee. aeons
Trinidad where they will join the left yesterday by B.W.I.A. for St, among the passengers arriving the Marine Hotel, > — e16" ‘ g |
S.S. Gelfito and will be returning Lucia. He was accompanied by here on Sunday evening by He has just retired from the} J ANE i TA DRESS SHOP ¥ | OLYMPIC ~~ SAT. 15th MIDNITE ;
here before going on to the U.K. Mrs. Barnard and their little son B.W.1.A. General Electric Co., where he has| % % BRUCE GENTRY i
They had spent two months’ holi- David. ; Miss Blake is employed with been working for many years as a| % LOWER BROAD ST. R Today & Tomorrow 4.30 & $15 i
. » here 1y were stay at Mess } Benne ‘wenn 4 i 5 al
day staying at Cacrabank Hotel. While here, they were staying at Messrs. G. W. Bennett Bryson and chemical engineer. & NEXT DOOR TO SINGER %{t) Charlie CHAPLAIN in—
oa Carter is a retired business the Marine Hotel. Co., otal K. Visitor Spent A Month 1EX Poaceae Ss ie % Wane geet ROYAL
_ Fi IK RS. CLARKSON Mc CAUL, f $1) ABBOT& COSTELLO in— 5
ilm Star weaves an ft cs ; ; Today Last 2 Shows 430 & 815
After S Week eis. ISS ELLA PINKAS from Eng- wife of Major Mc Caul of/X% JUST ARRIVED .... ¢ AFRICA SCREAMS CO eS Eee tema
er seven eeks M* DAVID NIVEN British and land who has been visiting to h as hese. tons 2 %
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hey ire staying at Allworth Faye Chase, daughter of Mr. and YÂ¥ ust
Cheapside. fo) ey |
Mrs. Victor Chase of “Alpha”, .
Dominica Planter Hastings. oo Saeed ss 5 ap rag MY Te)
a > ates? aw it g ‘eeling most annoyed with ime “re y an er ‘OX appear. n
ERE for two weeks’ holiday is From St. Vincent self, Rupert state to follow the great relief he tells them what has
Mr. Peter Dewhurst, a RS. P. PUNNETS was among bua whiel is howl banwaneds ** You went too far,”
planter of Portsmouth, Dominica, the arrivals from St, Vincent th ie ie a ec te a says Ferdy, ‘‘and if you follow
He arrived by the Lady Nelson on Friday morning by the R.M§, ae lib ane ae that bus you'll get further from
yesterday and is staying with Dr. Lady Rodney. She has come over how far | mae walk before | reach home than ever.'’ * Then I'd better
and Mrs. R. M. Lioyd-Still of for a holiday which she is spend- my corner, he grumbles. Just walk back a bit,"’ says Rupert. Bu
Deacons Road. ing at the Marine Hotel. then he is hailed by familiar Ferdy begins to smile and points i

voices, and the two brothers the left.

B Y T H E W A Y By Beachcomber B.B.C. Radio

I HAVE been asked to explain change, or a scene in a bar two trusted by everybody, has de- Pro amme }
what effect the freeing of the minutes before closing time, livered to Egham the genuine
foreign exchange market will Specialists, shouting to make formula for the deadly bomb.
fave on the ordinary man, themselves heard, treat the wrong But Egham is not the fool he was 11.18) aid! ieaaiete aie ee
. s “ad. Ve asaya ms ; i ; 5 a Appointment with sic;
It is quite simple. The moment patients, and as new patients ar- and his suspicions are aroused, If 11 30 am Moura Lympany (Piano);
the Bank of England stops quot- rive, the whole congested mass he could only use his wits, the 12.00 noon The News; 12 10 p.m, News . Path. Another Sensation
ing officiai forward rates, deal- surges to and fro. A practitioner trap prepared for him might turn eer a 95.58M 81 32M * 3 ® from 20x Century Fox
ings in the spot market become who stoops to tap a lady’s knee out -to be a trap for the enemies foeediinceaelnb ‘ :
Subject to coverage, and balances with his little hammer may be of his country, No wonder Sir 400 pm The News; 410 pm, The
in specified currencies are sold at submerged for a matter of hours, Hawkesleigh Muffet is nervous, Daily Service; 4 15 p.m. Marching and
x E " , ‘a ‘ ‘ ee a Waltzing; 4.45 p.m Semprini at the
market rates, This does not or stunned by a stethoscope richo- “0d shows it by drawing pictures

3 Piano; 5 00 p.m. Take it from Here;
mean that you or I can buy an cheting off some unclaimed chest, Of #irls in tights on his blotter 5 30 p.m. Composer of the Week; 5.4 |

exchange broker all the pesetas or AFTER ‘a mixed reception iM, the back room of the fried P'™ Children Singing; 6 00 pm. Per-|
lire we want, and expect our when it opened recently, New fish shop which houses M.I. Zero, 3). rege : spats ‘Round uate
benk to quote an unlimited for- York theatre critics now rave He would be still more nervous Programme Parade; 7 00 p.m. The News
ward .exchange rate, It does excitedly over Christopher Fry’s if he knew that at this moment 7.15—10.80 p.m. 25.63 M 31.32M 49 42M
mean that, with sterling still verse play, “Venus Observed,” Kooiruk was hammering out a —745 pi, Rondovous. 746 p.m / Gen
weak, we can help to keep stable with Rex Harrison and _ Lilli Message on the secret radio he erally Speaking; 800 pm The Story-
the relationship between spot and Palmer. . . . Receipts for “David kept inside jhis hat to a dirty ae apart, Fr a Britian b 0 aie
forward rates by restricting our 224 Bathsheba” have topped the little tavern in a dirty little street fyoe, ‘The Commonwealth: 9.30. bin
purchase of specific currencies to $7,000,000 mark (£2,500,000) . . in Belgrade; and that Dingi-Poos







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- is eno ee or he . 7 aaa Beene ae or p.m atthe, a OF ROMMEL "
ns ese@tial gects SFE las: Samar Hoste a Sol wee ainois tenia tee bi. Moray McLaren "Talking 0 30 oe ; HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE
vercrowaing member the movie versions of that Egham had delayed his "'"°°¥ ° Me Sudan Le with
or of overcrowding in 1927 and tt 7), and is trying to Ok Tiny oe, and ae season aiinintent nips i areas ay JAMES MASON — JESSICA TANDY , j
shools has entarily dis- rsuade C Porter t rite carefully chang som. f the |
raated’ stennn o ny the Main hew songs ‘and Wenn Roland letters and’ figures in the formula GLASSWARE KITCHENWARE
tion in’ Harley - street, yhere (‘Carmen”) etit to do the so as to make it meaningless.
snecialists live in such restricted Choreography. They fairly throw it about ANOTHER SMASHER FROM Lemonade Sets ......$1.65 |} Enamel Milk Jugs $ .94
space that a newcomer is lucky Th a A PERSONAL advertisement! \ Dessert Sets Cups—1 pt. .63
to be able to rent » corner of a e Gamma-bomb (XD) + «asks for the name and address | 3 |The MASTER PRODUCER a = = (7 pieces) 1.61 : ” wre
~f09 JO Hurpuey Jo pq wv to woor “PXHE alert, lynx-eyed, long- of a really brisk and thorough § E | oe Basins 98
ridor. are nara woot are ! eared canon wit 2, now ‘firm of furniture removers. I SAMUEL (“OUR VERY OWN”) GOLDWY.V Lamps — No. 2 Manet: alten tet ‘
so packec 1a 1e noise is like a have appreciated t rror always ivi 1 t try ‘| :
busy niorning at the Royal Ex- of what te” going a! Hooelruk, feasts. Polter, Geist, and Polter | bias c ee aca ae 1.98 M #4 Be cet ee
ocktail Glasses .... .08 etal Trays ......... iceane
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JUST ARRIVED ... many people . .. SAMUEL Ash) Trays ...n~ 18] iitchen Knives ... 30
- 2 " “Ny . ! GOLDWYN'S ro Seer , Tea Strainers 1§
A NIC SHIPMENT OF { Dishes oa an 7 pater ehS
Y 7a? Y ~y | | Measuring Cups .... 18 || ° Gal. Iron Pots...... 282
CHILDREN'S DUTCH SHOES . ' $6 Pink Tuubbeds.., 46 A Reems
| : IN WHITE, pine Handi-serve Dinner Plates .... .40
RED, BLACK, and TAN. BACKLESS & TOELESS; SIZES 7—10 & ‘s Decanters
, 11-2 FR . ; Soup Plates ........ 44
OM $3.74 TO $6.07, } (for Fruit Juice) 85
CHILDREN’S TAN LACE) SHOES — SIZES 7—10 & 11—1 ”, PLAT BRIDGETOWN | Cups & Saucers. .38
i FROM $4.13 TO $5.68 RN | DEAL 2380 Orange Squeezers.... .58
‘ tN te | y vex se te tee Sal ates Vegetable Dishes .... 1.66
; PLAZA Barsarccs ~COLOSSAL OPENING Wate! Sas Saha Mea: ac
T R EVA WHIT S DIAL 5170 | THURS. 13th 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. also . mos pts. A White Bowls .......... 60
° oe NS & FIELD THIS WEEK-END FRIDAY 14TH 2.30, 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. a. = verses 624 Pattie Pans .............. 32
s s AND CONTINUING DAILY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. alt or Peppers .... 12 :

Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 FRIDAY 14TH 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. iis nae 8 Pie Dishes. .............. 43
SSS PP FSS, Milk J OF. Milk Saucepans .... 1.18
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TUESDAY, MARCH ll, 1952



Annual Report Of
The Museum And
Historical Society

The Council of the Barbados Museum and Historical Castle in the Air ..

Society. yesterday presented its Report on the affairs of

the Society for the year ending 31st December, 1951, at Mary

the Angual General Meeting.

During, the year Mr. C. Howell Clarke

Membership of the Council.
Curator of the Museum, had
cil since 1939, The Council

resigned from
Mr. Howell Clarke, a former
been a Member of the Coun-
wishes to place on record its

appreciation of Mr, Clarke’s many years of valued and
devoted service to the Society.

_ After the Report of the Coun-
cil was read, the following
Officers and Council were elected
for the ensuing year: —

President:—Dr. Hon. Sir John
Saint, C.M.G., O.B.E., MSc., Ph.D.

Vice-Presidents:— R. W. E.
Tucker, Esq., M.A, B.Ed., Hon
J. D. Chandler, M.L.C. .

Honorary Treasurer:— C. R.
Armstrong, Esq,

Honorary Secretary:— E. M.
Shilstone, - Esq, M.B.E. M.A.,
F.S.A.

Honorary Librarian:— D. A.
Wiles, Esq., B.A.

Honorary Editor:— J. W. B.

Chenery, Esq., M.A.

Other Members of Council: —
Hon. George B, Evelyn, C. C.
Skeete, Esq., T. E. Went, Esq,,
M.B.E. W. A. Yearwood, Esq,

At the close of the normal
agenda, Miss Hilda Ridler, O.B.E.
gave a very interesting talk on
“Palestine Revisited.”

Miss Ridler had previously
given a talk on Palestine some
years ago and after a subsequent
visit, she yesterday told ah in-
teresting audience of the changes
of the times, the issues which con-
front its people and why in some
respects. they have become dis-
gruntled.

After the talk Mr. E. M, Shil-
stone gave a vote of thanks for
“the interesting talk” Miss Ridler

had given. P
Membership
At the beginning of 1951, there
were 284 members on the roll of

the Society and at the end of the
year there were 313 members
comprising: Founders 4, Honorary
Members 4, Life Members 28, An-
nual Members 190, and Associate
Members 87.

The following additions to
bership were made during
year:

Mem-
the

Life Members

FE. Victor Goddard, Mrs. A. Sealy

Annual Members
J. B. Beckles, W. E_ Blades, F
Coliymore. Professor J. S- Dash, O.B E.,
A. EB. Douglas Smith, C B Dowding,
Gil, J. € Hammond, P
Hewitt-Myring, F. A_ Hoyos, Miss H
3, Mrs. J. Lee, Cc. W. Leyéel, Mrs.

Meyrick, A. C H Pilgrim,
DB Rice, C. B. Sisnett, Mrs B fl
Skinner, Hon. R. N Turner, Mrs. E
A. Weekes. |

Associate Members
Mrs K. W. Boog-Watson, Mrs. F
Branch, G . Bryan, L P Bushell, Mrs
I D Connell, H Mrs NOA
Edwards, Miss G â„¢#
Hewitt-Myring, Mrs
Mrs D_ C. Ince, R

rie, Mrs. B
Sinckler . ,
The Council is anxious to In-
crease the roll of Membership to
at least 500, Members are asked
to encourage their friends to join

the Society.

Society’s Headquarters
During the year repairs were
carried out on the roof of the
Jubilee Gallery, and the row of
cells to the South of the Jubilee
Gallery. was re-roofed to save the

L B. Ry



Shorthand Results

The following students sat the
Shorthand Examination of the
Pitman's Institute in December,
1951 -were successful.

Girls’ Industrial Union

50 w.p.m. Hortensia Farnum
and Eileen Herbert. :
Combermere Centre, Evening

Institute

50 w.p.m: Alfred Ince, Daphne
Legall, and Winifred Wiggins.

60 w.p.m: Daphne Legall.

80 w.p.m: Jean Clarke, Denise
Curwen, Vere Spencer, Sybil Jones
and Meldeane Massiah.

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rafters, which were in good con-
dition, from damage. It is hoped
to convert this row of cells into
a new gallery when the Society's
funds permit. These repairs were
carried out under the supervision
of Mr. Miles Cecil of Messrs, D. M.
Simpson & Co., who generously
gave his services without charge.
The Society is indebted to Mr.
Cecil for his generous help.

Museum and Library

The Museum and Library re-
ceived’ a number of gifts during
the year, but the most outstanding
acquisition was the Taylor Col-
lection of Arawak relics. This was
acquired for the Museum through
the Museum Collections Fund.
The Taylor Collection together
with other Arawalt material exca-
vated during the year near the
site of a former excavation in
Christ Church, and the Society’s
existing collection, will make a
fairly representative collection of
the island’s pre-history when these
are displayed together. There is
also much material, unsuitable
for exhibition, but of interest to
students of archaeology, some of
which is of a fragile character.
Unfortunately, the Society's funds
do not permit of the purchase of
adequate cabinets for its storage.

The Society received a subven-
tion of $240.00 from the British
Council,

Museum Collections Fund

The Museum Collections Fund
was started in May at the sug-
gestion of Mr. Ronald Tree, who
generously subscribed $150.00 to
the fund, and. has promised to
make this gontribution annually.
The object of the fund is to pur-
chase furniture, silver, china, and

on page 5
—

Club Tennis

The Savannah Club’s Annud
Tournament opened yesterday.
The following matches were
played. .
Ladies’ Singles
Mrs.-R. S. Bancroft defeated
Mrs. J. Connell 8—6, 7—5.
Mrs. R. Challenor lost to Mrs.
I. J. Niblock 1—6, 3—6.
Miss G. Pilgrim defeated Miss
M. Wood 6—2, 6—1.
Mrs, D. E. Worme defeated Miss
R. Hudson 6—1, 6—1.
Men’s Singles
Cc. B. Sisnett defeated W. H.

6—4, 6—0.
W. H. C. Knowles defeated I. J.
Niblock 7—5, 6—1.

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Vamoose, skippered by Teddy
Hoad, won the Third ‘Tornado
Regatta of the first series which
was sailed in Carlisle Bay yester-

Mail at 1 pm

day morning.
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* revolutionary Democrat spa Lib-,;Cuke 6—0, 6—1.
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AKBADOS Biggs ADV
. — March Hi, 1982

FOR ACTION.

IT is still not too late for Barbados to
avail itself of the most unique opportun-
ity which it has to earn dollars. In the

National Geographic Magazine for March
1952 there appears an aarticle entitled
“Barbados Outrider of the Antilles” with
a map and 28 illustrations, 19 in natural
Never before has Barbados had
guch publicity. Its publicity value has
been reliably estimated at more than
$250,000 (U.S.) The cost to Barbados was
$1,200 B.W.1. of which $800 was refunded
by way of free gifts of photographic nega-
tives.

During the months of January and
February’ 1951, Mr. Charles Allmon came
to Barbados at the invitation of the Bar-
bados Publicity Committee which con-
tributed $1,200 towards his normal living
expenses while here’ The original sugges
tion for inviting Mr. Allmon was made by
Mr, Philip Hewitt-Myring, Public Rela-
Adviser to the Comptroller for
Development and Welfare, who saw him
taking photographs in the garden of Gov-
ernment Trinidad, and was im-
pressed with the thoroughness with which
The result of that
suggestion can be seen in the March num-
ber of the National Geographic Magazine.
If this were the end of the story, Barba-
dos could afford to sit back and wait for
the effects of this quarter of million dol-
lars worth of free publicity to take effect
during the next five years. But can it?

Search through the pages of the March
number which contains the article on
Barbados will reveal invitations to vaca-
tion in West Virginia’s magic mountains,
to sun yourself on Capri’s Marina Piccola,
to follow the enchanting Columbia River
to Pacitie Northwest, to visit Europe, New
York, Massachusetts, Ontaria, San Diego,
Oregon, Missouri, the Belgian Congo,
Washington, Maine, bug never once to see
Barbados.

Mr. Allmon

colours.

tions

House,

he was doing the work

has brought Barbados to
the attention of between five and six
million readers of the National Geo-
graphic Magazine. But Barbados has so
far found itself incapable of spending
$600 U.S. to tell these same millions that
here in Barbados we could not maintain
our standards of living or provide employ-
ment for so many of our people without
the millions of dollars earned each year as
receipts from tourism.

The Publicity Committee has on its
the names of no less than
vighty, trading concerns in Bridgetown to
whom circulars have been addressed ask-
ing for finaneial support of the Commit-
tee. If each of these eighty firms today
contributed only $10 each, tomorrow the
Publicity Committee could engage a small
advertising space in «the nex't available
issue of the National Geographic Maga-
zine to tell millions of readers that Bar-
bados is more than an outrider of the
Antilles and that if sugar is king, tourism
is our Queen of industries,

That sum of money and more has had
to be spent recently in the purely nega-
tive action of contradicting erroneous
statements emanating from Trinidad to
the effect that Barbadian hotels were
filled at a time when they could accommo-
date hundreds of visitors. If the traders
who have so far paid no heed to the Pub-
licity Committee’s requests for support’
are blind to their own interests and
cannot see that tourism is the only safe-
guard this island possesses to cushion the
inevitable fluctuations of the sugar indus-
try and to maintain prosperity which has
to be maintained if economic depression is
to be avoided, the recently formed hotel
association should regard it as their re-
sponsibility to secure an early advertise-
ment in the National Geographic Maga-
‘rine. Otherwise Barbadian lack of vision
will have failed to exploit this unique
oppartunity, and we shall all suffer in
consequence.

NOTES FOR HIG 3

; MOSCOW, March 10.

The United States, British and French
envoys to Moscow were summoned to the
Soviet Foreign Office to-night and were
handed notes on Germany by Deputy For-
eign Minister Andrei Gromyko. An em-
bassy spokesman declined to disclose the
contents of the notes.

It appeared obvious that the Soviet notes
contained proposals for accelerating the
conclusion of the peace treaty with Ger-
many and the re-establishment of German
unity.

It seemed highly probable that the notes
proposed a Four Power mecting on Ger-
many to take place soon. Soviet Ambassa-
dor Grigori Pushkin, Russian envoy in Ber-
lin handed (Communist East German)
Premier Otto Grotewohl of the German
democratic republic an answer on Febru-
ary 20 to East Germany’s appeal to the
four occupying powers for immediate con-
clusion of the peace treaty with Germany
and the re-establishment of German unity.

In their reply the Soviets promised “to
do everything in their power to expedite
the conclusion of the German peace treaty
and the restoration of the German state.”

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| Steamships calling at George-
town, British Guiana, get a much
quicker dispatch than they do at
Bridgetown and this is ,undoubt-
edly due to the fact that British
Guiana has a natural deep water
harbour.

Barbados still relies on the an-
tiquated system of lighters bring-
ing cargo from steamships an-
chored in Carlisle Bay to be
discharged on the waterfront of
the Careenage. The lighters,
when laden, are not easily man-
ageable to their crews who have
to propel them with heavy oars.

After travelling for some dis-
tance before they are berthed in
the Careenage, they are then un-
loaded — often by hand — tor
the cargo to be removed from the
waterfront by lorries and carts to
warehouses around the City, And
the situation is even more aggra-
vating when the harbour is full



of steamships because of te
shortage of lighters.
But it is easy at Georgetown

Steamships have the facility of
tying up alongside wharves which
are merely wooden projections to
warehouses, sO much so that the
tops of the warehouses partly
shelter the workers on th
wharves,

A wharf accommodates one
ship. The stearmships’ cargo is
slung out of their hatches right on
to little motor trucks with detach-
able platforms — one truck work-
ing more than one platform —
and, already in the warehouses,
| the cargo is carried to the particu-
lar spot -vhere it is to be stored.
It is vst as easy when steamships
are teing loaded at Georgetown

Ele. *n wharves are in constant
| use in ine harbour, shipping firms
owning 10 and the Government
one. Four of the wharves are
specially allotted to schooners but
if any of the steamship wharves
are available, arrangements can
be made for the schooners to use
them,

Some steamships callin, at
Georgetown are tended by light-
lers. There are seven wharves for
| steamships and when they are all
occupied, other steamships arriv-
ing in the harbour use lighters, The
steamships are however anchored
near the wharves and it is not as
difficult to get the cargo to the
|wharves as it is in Barbados to
get it to the waterfront.

There is not much to choose be-
tween the shipping conveniences;
both ports offer small motor
vessels and schooners, minor
difficulties.

At Barbados, small craft enjoy
a well sheltered harbour. Their
decks are aynost on a level with
the waterfront and loading is easy.
At Georgetown, the small craft
operate at wharves and also en-
joy good shelter, Perhaps bridge-
town has the advantage of not





A definite move towards feder-
ation of the East African terri-
tories with those of Central Africa
fis being planned. A _ prelimin-
ary unofficial conference, to be
held under the auspices of the
Capricorn-Africa Society, at
present being discussed in Salis-
bury, Southern Rhodesia,

is

This conference aims at bring-
ing together leaders of the three
East African territories for frank,
informa] discussions with repre-
sentatives from the Rhodesias and
Nyasaland. Architect of the pres-
ent scheme is Colonel David Stir-
ling, founder of the Capricorn-
Africa Society, who has been as-
sociated with the federation
movement in Africa for some time.
It has the support of many M.P’s
in this country, on both sides of
the House.

Originally Stirling’s conference
was timed to precede the oificial
Central African Federation Con-
ference, to be held in London in
April. It was intended that the
views of the six territories should
be co-ordinated in some form of
blueprint for the scheme, which
could then be laid before the
London Conference. This, it was
‘thought, would enable the pro-
tagonists of the Central African
Federation scheme to relate their
propasals to the wider partnership
scheme in Africa.

Now, after discussions in most
of the territories concerned, and
on the advice of many interested
|M.P’s in Britain, it has been de-
cided to hold the conference a
month or two after the London
discussions on the Nyasaland-
Rhodesias link,

It is felt that
much at once
the whole issue.

to attempt too
might prejudice
And the suc-



B,B.C. ‘Radio Notes



Wednesday, 12th March

The current series in “Calling
the West Indies” on Wednesdays
concludes on the 12th inst. when
Professor Kenneth Wheare, Glad-
stone Professor of Government in
the University of Oxford and an
acknowledged authority on the his-
tory of federation in the Common-
wealth, will look at the West In-
dies. In the previous programmes
Douglas Hall, a Jamaican gradu-
}ate of Toronto University and
M.Sc. (London) in Economics
has been questionMg Professor
| Wheare on the main characteris-
tics of three examples of federa-
tion in the English-speaking world,
the U.S.A., Canada and Austra-
lia. In this, final programme
Douglas Hall will ask Professor
Whgare to look at the West Indies
and see whether there are any
dissimilarities or whether the
same principles which apply to the
three cases can apply and if so,
| what are the possible develop-
ments from the starting point of
| the Rance Committee Report. Th«
| broadcast begins at approximately
7.25 p.m. and can be heard in the
{25 and 31 metre bands.
Preceding the above discussion





BARBADOS ADVOCATE





By H. 0. HUSBANDS

having as strong a tide in the
Careenage as is experienced in
the “waltzing” Demerara River
which flows through the harbour
at about 4 knots. Congestion is
oceasicnally experienced at both
ports.

A schooner loadin
ing bags or cases o
local Careenage uses her rope
«nd blocks almost always to
handle the cargo. But at George-
town, the bags are sent to the
hold by a chute while steam pro-
peiled cranes operating on lines
on the wharves do the job. The
method used at the latter port is
faster and saves :nore Manpower.

Statistics @rawn up at the local
and Georgetown Harbour and
Shipping Departments show that
vetween 1945 and 1951, that there
were 1,496 more steamships and
motor vessels cleared at George-
town harbour than at Bridgetown

or discharg-
cargo in the

harbour while 1,962 more sailing
vessels mostly schooners —
cleared at Bridgetown than at

Georgetown. The highest number
cl steamships clearing at George-
town in any of those years was
665 in 1951 while the highest at
bridgetown was 602 in 1Â¥900. Tne
lowest numbers were 410 in 19490
and 271 in 1946,

With schooners, the highest
number clearing at Georgetown in
any of those years was 244 in
1947 while the highest at Bridge-
town was 547 in 1946. The low-
est numbers were 165 in 1945 and
365 in 1951. More schooners call
at Bridegtown than do at George-
town because quite a number of
those on the intercolonial run
trade with transhipment cargo
from other West Indian islands
for Barbados plus the fact that
Barbados imports a wider variety
of intercolonial produce than Brit-
ish Guiana,

British Guiana, like Barbados,
is mostly visited by ships from
U.K., U.S.A. and Canada. The
shipping fluctuates according to
amount of bauxite that is ready
to be exported from the colony.
But apart from that, the ship-
ping is practically static all the
year round. The closing of the
St. Lawrence River during the
winter months affects the bauxite
shipments to Canada. With Bar-
bados, more ships call during the
crop season to load sugar for U.K.
and Canada.

The presence of a bar across
the Georgetown harbour prevents
big steamships from taking full
loads of the bauxite—navigation
would be unsafe—and to make up
for this, motor vessels take baux-
ite to Chagauramus, Trinidad,
where it is stock piled. Then big
ships call at Chaguaramus for the
bauxite and take it to Canada.

By HAZEL MAY

cess of the first link-up is essen-
tial if federation is to be extended
further.

There are many who believe
that if the Central African federa-
tion scheme is put into effect, its
benefits will eventually convince
hostile sections of African opinion
that it would be in the interests of
the territories to extend it to em-
brace East Africa

Two M.P.’s closely concerned
with Colonial affairs have strongly
supported this view in interviews.
Mr. Stanley Evans, Labour Mem-
her for Wednesbury, emphasised
that “timing was all-important.”

“Both in this country and iin
Africa there are people who could
be frightened off the entire feder-
ations project if we rush things at
first,” he said, “I am opposed to
the idea of bringing up the ques-
tion of East Africa at the time of
the Central African talks in
London.

“But I am fully in favour of the
inclusion of the East African ter-
ritories in the federation scheme.
I believe it holds the greatest
promise for the future. If they
hold a conference immediately
after the London one I shall cer-
tainly try to go to Salisbury for
it!”
Mr. A, D. Dodds-Parker, Con-
servative Member for Oxford
(Banbury division) who is also
closely connected with the scheme,
said:

“By the federation of these six
territories we could form a stron
economic and political bloe in
Africa — a bloe which would
prove to the rest of the world
that the white man and the Afri-
cans can live and work together
with the degree of happiness and
suecess which it has long been

News

on “Federation in the British West
Indies” will be the final talk in
the series of “Contemporary
Sketches” in which two speakers
have been talking about four colo-
nies in the West Indies, This final
talk will be on Jamaica and will
be given by E. W. Evans, C.M.G.,
formerly of the Colonial Service
and now of the Department of
History in Bristol University who
in 1942 visited the West Indies on
behalf of the BBC, This talk be-
gir \1t 7.15 p.m. and will be fol-
lowed immediately by the feder-
ation discussion outlined above.
The Teetse Fly
Feature programme of the week
from London will be “The King-
dom of the Fly” in which the story
is told of the battle against the
tsetse flv which has for genera-
tions influenced the whole course
( life much potentially
agricultural land being
untilled or cultivated labori-
isly by hand-hoeing, since
Plough animals cannot live on it
I use of this fly. For years the
battle against this fly has been









Bridgetown And |

Georsetown

Shipping activities in Georgetown
have been definitely increased be-
cause of recent expansion of the}
bauxite trade, |

Adding considerably to the}
activity of harbour are small
coastal vessels*\which run up and
down the coast to the sugar
estates and also to Trinidad. They
bring sugar into Georgetown from
points up the coast and tranship-
ment cargo from Trinidad. Tank-

ers call there for loads of pure fruit growers

cane molasses and there
coastal vessels for bringing the
molasses down the coast from the |
estates to be stored in tanks. The
molasses is then pumped into the

and Canada.

send tankers to British Guiana to}
discharge oil and gasoline from
Trinidad. There is also a Govern-

and down the river and along th
coast for the purpose of serving
points outside of Georgetown
They take passengers and cargo.

Most of their cargo is from the the most fantastic profits in spite of stiff
taxes is shown by
Company.
Navigation of steamships is pre-| (a) had record sales worth £77,000,000; (b)
}paid out £11,500,000 in taxes, and (c) had

northwest district which grow:
large crops of plantains, eddoe
yams, potatoes etc.

carious in the Georgetown ha:
bour owing to the bar which is
deposit of mud from the Demerar® |
River, The harbour is only pos
sible for vessels drawing abou
20 feet or less and pilotage i
compulsory. All steamships goin
into the harbour have first to sto»
at the lightship, which is about 1°
to 13 miles out to sea from th*|
port, and from there they ar
taken in by the pilot. Georgetow |
has two high tides a day and onl
at these periods are steamshi
«ken into the harbour.

Shallow spots in Carlisle Ba) |
make it wise for steamship skip- |
pers who ‘are not familiar with |
the harbour to take the local pilo. |
but there is nothing to preven |
a captain from taking the risk 0°
bringing in his ship himself.

Quite a number of ships an-
chor in Carlisle Bay without be-
ing “piloted in.” |

Intercolonial vessels and = 4i
coastal craft are not piloted int
Georgetown harbour and only i
rare cases do captains wait o! |
high tide to take them in. Bi:
schooners that are heavily lade:
with cargo sail in with the tidc
and the captains navigate to lee
ward of the lightship to avoid be
ing mudwrecked. For these ves
sels to enter the local Careenag¢
they wait on high tide becaus
there is a sand bar at the mout!
of the Careenage which only per
mits vessels drawing less than 1
feet of water to enter at any stat
of the tide

Federation For East African
Territories

our desire to achieve, In particu -
jar we want to be able to demon-
strate this, without any shadow
of doubt, to our friends in Sout!

| United States, increase again.

bombings down in Florida is hitting Florida
are/to talk about it much.

were mysteriously dynamited, a boycott, un-
tankers and transhipped to U.K |Official but none the less effective, has been
;put on Florida oranges and grapefruit by

The Esso and Shell Companies the housewives of Harlem and the Bronx.

ably explains the rather poor tourist season
ment coastal fleet which runs up ‘that Florida is having this year.



Africa and the people of Wes
Africa.

“If we do not succeed in bring
ing about federation we wii
surely see Southern Rhodesia drif
into the orbit of the Union, fol-
lowed by the break-up of any
degree of unity in Africa.”

A number

will fly out to the Salisbury con-
ference. Those who are interestec
in the scheme include Mr. A. E.
Baldwin, Conservative Membe:
for Hereford (Leominster divis-
ion), Mr, Patrick Gordon Walker,

Labour Member for Smethwick! threatening to drag Britain into a vast war
of State in Asia.”

and former Secretar:
for Commonwealth lations in
the Socialist Government, Mr. Wil-

liam Coldrick, Labour Member/Times say, in effect, that the Bevanites

for Bristol, (North-East division)
and Mr. Julian Amery, Conserva-
tive Member for Preston
division).

In Africa Sir Godfrey Huggins,

Prirne Minister of Southern Rho-| And the Times says the “wild men” arc

desia, and Mr, Roy Welensky,
leader of the Unofficial Members
of Legislative Council of North-
ern Rhodesia have already stated
they will attend.

One of tne main themes of
discussion will be the steps to be

taken to improve the relationship} household goods stores in the United States,

between Europeans and Africans
in the six territories, The sup-

porters of East-Central Federation|no children of my own—you are my chil-

hope that if a clear and progres-
sive policy is laid down now it

may obviate the type of oppositio | She is naming 100 of them in her will.

which has so far held up the Rho-
desias and Nyasaland link.

Colonel Stirling, at present in
Salisbury, plans to return to Lon-
don next month.



West Indies Federation In The

going on and men of science from
the great German chemist. Erlich,

have worked on the problem. A] cars crawled along it last week-end.

few years ago a new drug known
as Antrycide was discovered by
a research team headed by Dr.
Garnet Davey and his colleague,
Dr. F. H. S. Curd. This not only

cures the disease in cattle which

is caused by the fly but will also| at his own request since last November,

give an immunity for a consid-
erable period and may change the

face of Africa. Listeners will hear | Ashley). And producer Dore Schary an-
about this drug in the programme nounces

which lasts for a.full hour and

begins at 9.00.pm, on Wednes-| aptly titled “Never Let Me Go.”

day, 12th March.
‘King Lear’

We remind our readers that at
the present time the BBC is

of MPs from both U.S.—that in certain circumstances Britait
sides of the House, it is believed | would associate herself with action against

(North|in America who want to force Britain into

THE AMERICAN COLUMN

Wives Boycott
Sunny Land

WASHINGTON.
RACIAL tensions, always latent in the

By

An unexpected offshoot of recent terror
hard, although nobody likes

Because synagogues and Negro homes

And I’m told that the same reason prob-

IN THE MONEY
That American companies can still land

the Reynolds Metals
It announces that last year it

net earnings, a record for its history, of
£ 5,650,000.

HE DREW WOMEN

Howard Chandler Christy, dead at 79 in
his New York home, was one of America’s
most famous illustrators, in the fine and
florid tradition of Charles Dana (“Gibson
Girl”) Gibson.

Christy saw action in Cuba during the
Spanish-American war and made an early
reputation drawing ‘‘he-man” types.

Then one day, fed up, he announced to his
editor that he intended switching to lovely
women.

And from then on that is just what he did,

CINEMA GAME

In Vero Beach, Florida, where his team

in spring training, Walter O’Malley,
president of the Brooklyn Dodgers, predicts
that big baseball games will be shown regu-
larly in movie theatres via TV soon.

THE OLIVIERS’ DREAM
Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh were
asked by a New York interviewer if they
have ever thought of quitting the stage.
“Often,” they replied, “but it’s an idle
dream.”

is

THE HUMAN TOUCH

Groucho Marx agreed to do a book reviéW
for a newspaper. When he sent it in he added,
a note, reading: “I was so busy writing the
review I never got around to reading the
book. Is it good ?” \
American Newspapers are praising Mr.
Churchill and slamming the Bevanites as a

result of a recent big foreign affairs debate
in the House of Commons.

In this debate, you will remember, Mr.
Churchill revealed a secret agreement which
the Socialist Government made with the

China “not confined to Korea.”

Says the New York Herald-Tribune
“Effect of the debate is to expose the hollow-
ness of the Bevan argument that the U.S. is

The Herald-Tribune and the New York
dreamed up the idea of sinister “wild men”

a China war.

just a “myth.” *
ALL HER CHILDREN

IN NEW YORK, petite, blonde Mrs. Else
Schlemmer, president of one of the oldest

summons her employees and says: “I have

dren.” And 69-year-old Mrs. S. reveals that

_ SLOW SHOW

UP in Trenton, New Jersey, some very
long faces. Not long ago they opened a great
new by-pass, 118 miles long, to ease traffic
congestion on the New York-Washington
route.

But congestion on the new road is already
just as bad as the congestion it was supposed
to relieve—it is being used to the tune of 160
per cent. of the expert estimates, and 200,000

NEVER, MR. GABLE
CLARK GABLE, returns in triumph te
M.G.M. in Hollywood (he’s been off salary
pending the divorce from the former Sylvia

that Clark's firsi film will be the

TOO TOO SPORTY
A LONG, hard look is taken by Federal

Communications Commission at 15 radio and

broadcasting a special discussion} TV stations, which it thinks, give too much

and reading

of Shakespeare's
“King Lear’

with West Indians

attention to horse-racing results in the after-

such as John Figueroa, Errol John, | noon.

Noel Vaz and Pauline Henriques
taking part. The series consists |
of eight programmes in all and)
began on the 4th February. It is;
on the air in the, special West In-
dies half-hour—in the 25 and 31
metre band—on Mondays begin-/|
ning at 7.15 p.m,

ECONOMY LINE
MY favourite headline today—the Wall
Street Journal saying: Tourist flow to Florida
playground is laggard — tightwad or
noted.”

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AT their meeting yesterday, the Vestry of St. Joseph island’s history, which wil

be General Certificate Examination



placed on exhibition at + he A talk on “Greece” was also given|

decided on the recommendation of their Building Commit- 2. 2 Museum, The Taylor 7
; c ; . ; : > Taylor Collection of by the Guide Teacher to a group
tee to earmark $4,000 to be spent on repairs and alterations Decision In As = College. ap? \

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to their parochial buildings. . ss $720.00, which Mrs. Taytor agreed Journal Wnade sabiicine oo ee ee
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the Agenda, Mr. Haynes moved 3

sent to the Museum or to the Hon mné g » C > s|
that the rate be the same as last In-the Assistant Court of Ap- Treasurer. the journal, and the Council i:

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motion that it be £3. 10s. 0d. : J. W. B. Chenery and Mr, H. A Exhibitions and Lectures mr ee ; favourite tobaccos. Sis Liniment freely, ana ruo ¥
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traders, particularly small retail a case in which Fitz Worrell of ‘%€ year to inspect exhibitions isfaction. to the ler Werending Ey \ glint until tingling occurs. R
shop-keepers were being assessed Holder's Land, St. Michael, was The following artists held ex- measure of success attending the t y Remove the lint, apply a | 2
On money which they were not chav_ed with wounding Woodville hibitions of their work ai the Society's activities and work under & tle cold cream where the
making. ; Edwards on June 29 with a stick, Museum Sybil Atteck of ‘Trini- the capable and untiring efforts of s Liniment has been applied x
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cause they did not keep books, they Ecwa ds and Mr, J. S, B. Dear Adams of Antigua. Exhibitions the most part attributable to the Yment will be found to act
could not really show the extent toc Worrell, were also held of Children’s Ari productive and highly efficient $ with advantage in that the %
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not able to pay the taxes for which 4 p.m, ho was going home from Children’s Art, Paintings of pleasure in acknowledging Mr ¥ than with such a plaster 3
they were assessed. They were B.andon’s beach when he saw L Ecole des Roches, Paris, loaned Connell’s eminent services in the .
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money required after the land PROF. BEASLEY stick and hit him at the back Pi ; f ; s, Ganymede Facsimile | these,

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as a member of that colony’s prices fair to the consumer and of three witnesses showed that a Mr. Harrison also gave a series @ guarante ’ Lioum : cases eg san nr oe int-®
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constabulary, returned to Trini- producer. stick was used on Edwards. of lectures on “Five Master Pajnt- & ORR penat ee. aie aie
dad yesterday evening by B.W.1.A. The appointment of the Board Mr, Dear said that Edwards ers” at the Museum under the Kof the trouble, giving a®
after spending three months’ follows public outcry about the ,

: << icp : : could have sustained this injury auspices of the Extra-Mural De-]
holiday here with his relatives recent ee reerelig beef and milk i+}, had fallen on a step which partment of University College,
in Gill's Road prareece., ¢ OCR, was likely as both men had a West Indies,

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fight. If the man fell on a step Other Activities g ON ae

Though a powerful and pevet-ating germicide, it can be used j% half an hour to elapse

99 ( Y [ [ and got that wound then the case The Barbados Philatelic Society , he n, in tt t and eyes, but alse % before applying it he &

6 ‘A lboco ] “a Qa S should be dismissed without preju- and the Advisory Committee of not only.on the skin, in th nose, throat y before applying it to they
dice, the

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In reversing the decision Their University College, West Indies, RELIEVES PAIN AND | KOMOTES RAPID HEALING % — —_ .
Honours said that they had lis- continued to hold their meetings >
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not help feeling that the Police Theatre Project Committee and E bes &
‘ i elve 2 : ; A the hospirality, com- 1? ge : .
pits gals 6b o” lof me ; Magistrate had misconceived the The Barbados Photographic njoy ' is + Pe ; % Selling Agents, BOOTS
_ THE fishing motor ship “Albocora left Bar bados last evidence, Society, and placed at the dis- fort and thoughtful serv- KNIGHT S i (D — Distributors PURE DRUG CO. England.
; John Hil h Vv ; . . s .
night under Swedish Captain A aay Eaeeene ee use hs Day SVN posal of the latter Society a ice which have made PAA % Wholesale Price on
to her owners in Columbia. She arrived % eae ah on disused cell for use as a dark vias aca a abl a ecoeetbplication
Friday last to refuel, and will be passing through Colon, e room, The Council was also glad rst choice” of veteran SST aa ee SS : 993966660666664666096000-
Kenai. Cane Fire t to place the Library at the dis- travelers the world over. ao eT et te ee ee Sa ee ee Tee eer TTT eI
An American type of vessel built-in Sweden on Swed- " eo eens eae covalecter t %
fe rete , “Ora” ras rer > » sity t s q z
ish system, the “Albocora” was sold over to the Icopesca Wilde 9 { /pton interviewing students. NEW YORK $ %
Company. which is 50 per cent. Government of: Columbia Atwehindee * 9 %
nd 50 per cent. private enterprise. - ‘vie f srsons Via San Juan or by connecting air- ‘. —_— PRICES %
ee EEE em ieeaes The Iscopesca has bought three FORTY AND ce visited the Sicteuia he compared lines from Miami, Reduced 1oeda , % CA e v
of this type of ships. Albocora is TER acres of third crop ripe canes at tf has reg | found-trip Excursion Fares now 8 x , A ee ot ee eee x
e mus Vype of Ships. 4 . re of sour grass were With 8,490 in 1950, These figures $ oo" 9
£5 F U the first to be sailed over tg them Pte one wen a ie Fcurred at do not include attendances at lec-| "fect from San Juan. x ’ -* x
or Ss and two others re expected +0 racy "und tloton Mantations St. tures, meetings or children attend- % / I wenneane?* eS %
Fal N Pass through Barbados on their Michael, at about 11.45 a.m. on ing the Children’s Museum, MIAMI x ’ | = :
ame way to aw p aes teat wre oP eae . t
a se four ‘months: Saturday. The fire started at Wil Children’s Museum x SHOP ty A 1] x
Her Swedish crew are expected dey and spread to Upton, The \ Daily flights—non-stop service from x %
His Worship Mr, H. A. Talma, to take ‘plane from Columbia canes are the property of D. E. pro Children’s Museum had a] San Juan, Special 1-Day Round % Oo Lis *
Police Magistrate of District “A” back to Sweden where they will eee vcs ow and ronaxet busy and successful year, Groups| ‘Trip Excursion Fares now in effect. % pre Rua ae . . ae " %
yesterday ordered Fitzgerald Gas- sign on the second motor ship Traders Ltd., and were insured. from 8 schools regularly attended % MB , 4 ¥ %
kin of St. Cearee to ee a fine of to be carried over for — The fire extended ie Wee: A iceen four nine bhen deren and ST. CROIX x AE d WIPV AN TA GE Or THESE %
£5 by instalments when he found Iscopesca Company. Capt. Hil- of M. Edey of Kendal Hill an “i is term, Christ S
him guilty ‘of giving a false name masson will remain in Columbia burnt a quantity of ripe canes ent, taal wena School 4 st. THOMAS x UNRI DEA TABL KE VALUES x
to Sgt. Bancroft on March 8, to teach fishermen there to oper- which were not insured, and the Ursuline Convent also| Frequent fighto by swift eee % / oad Fed A %
ate that kind of ship. It also burnt a hole, six inches sent groups, Classes were held as type Clipper*. Convenient depar. x
Sgt. Bancrott told the court that The story around Albocora is jn diameter, in the roof of a house follows: Easter term, “How Plants| ‘ure times. x
ad teen eo delta tears canes manatee eto wae ger bs soreepeee aaa Live”: ‘Summer term, “Some In- zee. OPE 90M ee eaten h’ %
§ bine age 3 NO. ave! Christ Church. The house 1s no whet, tale’ ottnn ”. Christe s . sess " “ ‘i ‘
by some canes with a bicycle. He around the world for the purpose jnsured. sects eee Se a okt coe AFRICA, MEXICO, the FAR: PLAID TAFFETA PLAIN SHANTUNG—Grey only— %
went to the defendant and asked of finding out the best system of A fire at Castle Grant Planta- ™as term, e a -oaca| BAST --ty'fect, completely evound Gaily coloured desir: —$1.46 to $1.83 to $1.44 x
, te of the catchi is -oTra—or i? a jects from the Museum, m ?
him for the number pla catching fish, Albocora—or the tion, St. Joseph, at about 2.30 4 the world $1.27 <
bicycle. The defendant said he type of ship that Albocora is — pm. an ‘Saturday burnt eight and and an epidiascope were used at * $1.27, .
had lost it for about three weeks. was the result of the experiment. P"": the demonstrations. Wherever

a quarter acres of first crop ripe

PLAIN SHANTUNG—Blue, Green, %








; ssible, children collected speci- For 22 years the leading PLAIN CREPE Rose and Mustard—$1.42 to $1.20 g
iat Well Equipped canes and two and a quarter P° J ¢ : a ‘ x
eg tng ie tae We ae The fishing vessel is well acres of trash, the property of hibits ee ee ee mr international airline—PAA in Black, Tropic Blue, Nigger, CREASE RESIS as +
was Thompson and that he work- equipped, having a deep water Castle Grant Ltd., The canes were 4 itinatrated "16s was first to link the Amer- Dawn Blue, and Aquo—$2.60 to ‘ASE RESISTING SPUN s
ed at the Belle Plantation as a recorder which clearly shows the jnsured. A course 0} ~ ab » $2.00 yd. in Aqua, Rose and Blue—$1.77 to
greaser. He took the defendant to crew when fish are under the Another fire at Pickerings Plan- ‘ures on “Looking at Pictures’ icas by air, first to fly to $1.44 »
the Manager of the Plantation who bottom and registers the number tation. St Lucy, at about 11.00 Was given for schoolchildren by all six continents. SUEDE—in Pink, Blue snd Whit , X
said that the defendant's name was Of “metres” the fish are down in 5m $n Saturday burnt six acres Mr, John Harrison, Art & Exhi- vie nae - Ladies ; S
Gaskin and was employed there the water. There is wireless on Be oo ‘d J ipe canes and Pitions Officer, British Council, $1.72 to $1.44 sadies HATS—$2.00 *
r board and the vessel uses a Jap- 0% Second crop ripe . Mr, Harrison also gave two lec- For reservations, see your HANDBAGS—2 for $1.00 »
“Spurther investigation showed anese — “spray-water” system of Pickers Plantation Pia’ The tures to school teachers ee ame Travel Agent or 36” CRETONNE "ART SILK_ HOSE 1/- pair &
; thi s @ ; “i ; ; . , ” i ibition ‘ ” Pee ig ip x
that the bicyle was not registered. rising big ‘aaeeer saad canes were insured. of Children’s, Aw — Great from $1.20 to S4c., yd. ” NYLON HOSE—$1.00 pair %
The “Spray-water” system _ At Warleigh Plantation, St Britain. The Guide Teacher gave $3.54 to $1.50 vd. %
J comprises pipes which are run Peter, a fire at about 1.00 p.m. on —" of 7 illustrated lectures : l hs ‘ BRASSIERES x
10’- For through the ship for the intake Sunday burnt four acres of sec- ©) “rhe History of English Art” worto's DOTTED MUSLIN—$}.16 to $1.00 —60c. and 84c. pr. $
. of sea water. The water is then ~~ crop Bi ha gd ee e most STL euEN ale CURTAIN NETS ‘ ee
pumped through perforations in a the property o * ec Ni ¢ } ; gid : , KS
Blackguarding pan attached to the sides of were a ys seta. Farm . ist, Vicar Of ERICAN COTTON Phare cei 1 4. ieee ae” 00 to $4.00
; ; the ship and the result is a spra This fire extended to Fé ( yr ani / P, Ath , “sa ey te “es oo”
Alrick Thomas of Hawkins nerd around the ship as though an Plantation and burnt four and a 8 / AN ‘ a : :
St. Michael, was fined 10/- to is falling. The engineer on half acres of second crop, six acres St Avins Resign , Womo Avamars ALL ELASTIC GIRD tS ei ANKLE SOX (Special Offer)
paid in 14 days or 14 days for. Albocora explained that fish are of young cane plants, two and a m in Medium and Larve Sizes— —30c, pair
blackguarding at the junction of attracted by the patter of the half acres of ratoons and nine and DA COSTA & CO., LTD. 30c, pa

Roebuck and Palmetto Streets water on the sea and they come a half acres of sour grass, the The Vestry of St. Joseph yes- Broad St.

and 15/- in 14 days or one month’s near the top in large quantities. property of Pp. B. Parris of the terday accepted the resignation of Phone 2122 (after hours 2303)
imprisonment for resisting Police Fishing is done by nets and lines. |. me plantation, The damage is Mr. A. L. Coward from the post . e st Loa ee
Constable Denny. A tank with a water capacity covered by insurance. of Organist of the St. Anns Chapel | qe ee

$2.00 » Woollen SOX—$1.28 to G0e.
Ladies’ COTTON VESTS pair





























g at 67¢. and 72 . See ee es ig
The serftence was imposed by His of 24 tons is aft of the Albocora. ““ROUR AND A HALF ACRES of with effect from the end of the| "aia THEY SAY! , . Paterna 's pre tor 6100 » T. SHIRTS—Clearing at 90c
i Mr. H. A. Talma yester- bo ri oo sh x second crop and six acres if sg ag Pb Ma. 3. ‘A Forde | $ i siti“ pein 800 PLAY SUITS—%..50 RIBBED POLO SHIRTS
y s S 1e, . " S$ wer 7d, A Said by a lady nen payin ” oa ? ” ; , :
Policé. Constable Denny said making it bax Wee! _fishing over ase when a fre oceurttd at on six months’ probation to fill % pong gS 7 % a Nylon 2-Pe, BAYH SUITS ‘ — eae and Grey,
that on March 10, at about 808 for keeping living fish while dead Wester St James, mare the ‘The Vestry also received a let-|Q | EVER SPENT ne tlostonetat Baxtosd T. SHIRTS
ss cae junction ot Meubehe ana + viinllingtdiminaedh cs Sissi, 5:78 property of A L. Jordan of Gar- ter eee _ a Gp gy ood Absolutely authentic quotations; ¥ PRINTED CELSHUNG ~ —Assorted Colours. Special
} 4 ‘inst Vicar of St. nns, asking them Have you seen these Cookers & . Ss s,
Palmetto streets. The defendant The Albocora .has part of a den and were insured. : srtain repairs to the your Gas Showrooms? Why not % $1.65 to $1.20 yd. offer—$1.75.
; : os »nded to the lands to conside® certain repairs to the) FOUE ee Stee tedeee a hie f :
foe ue tou ome ae mon te one ee wantier a hee sd thet bead ana’ Werte half an Tenses a atte ane, bain Serica One Abeer eee : > PLAIN MAROCAIN di aes ae see Shirts
t - ‘y t in ac f ripe canes which were forming them tha P wou ea p " ; : . —$4.00 to $3.
ee he Te OE Re ee een | resigning next September. nrwiihennnscimanaacesss | § ao , Woollen SPORT SHIRTS
— ee a , o $1.08. ldeal: tir Sennls ad Cricket 8
’ ‘ 6 CREPE-DE-CHENE —$5.58 to $3.00 .
SELECT THESE NOW. |); tes White, Pomdue Bixs. cited. , Woven Poplin TUNIC SHIRTS
. 5
7 itn Brie ; Pink and Peach, from $1.51 to (2 collars) —$6.55 to $4.50
For ° $1.00 yd. a nalemnane ss
| Originally This Week x ” MESH VESTS—$1.85 to $1.00 :
! TUFFE UEEN OLIVES » PLAIN SHEER “Ors © @ >
i) MARELA STUFFED @ —per jar $1.80 $1.60 I % in Black only—$1.65 to $1.20 » MESH SHORT—$1.59 to $1.00 ©
I ; N EEN OLIVES , ta ‘ : ae .
| MARELA PLAL - = jar 1.08 96 % vie an SHOES—$10.00 to $5.00 : 3
WHITE SHARKSKIN 36” wide. Per Yard BIBBY’S ASPARAGUS SOUP per tin 33 ae x wail po to $2.00 yd. Ladies’ F ANCY SHOES 3828 - se00 §
LETONA GREEN PEA SOUP—lge, tin. di ‘ —with high heels—$5.87 to $450 %
WHITE WAFFEL PIQUE 36” wide. Per Yard...... $2.44 1.97 AUSTRALIAN LEG HAMS id. in White, Saxe, Pink ond Royal e x
catenin —A8e. yd. Ladies WALKING SHOES :
SPE K SATIN 36” wide. Per Yard....................000 2.03 RD’S CREAM CRACKERS | P %
oe —" per tin 1.64 1.40 ART SILK ——+$9.68 to $7.00
ia i , j , ‘
’ ‘t we “g => ‘ ~ 1® ¢ ale ; : i 2 2
ee re eaten rs its DUTCH WHOLE CAULIFLOWER—per tin $ 70 Hg in White, Peach, Salmon, Pink, Boys’ TAN SHOES (sizes 2—5) %
WHITE NTUN ” wid KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD—per pkt. m % and Sky—76ec., to 48c. yd. from $5.14 to $4.00 §
HITE SHANTUNG; 3@” wide AUSTRALIAN STRAWBERRY JAM—1}-Ib tin 24) % ART SILK BROCADE heated .
CAVE ae an eee tlie, we "36 1% in Pink, Blue & White—85e. to Ladies’ GOLD KID low heeled §
| ’ oa ae. Ted ‘ne % 60c. Shoes—from $6. o $3. s
IN 7 ice '}) SWIFT'S CHEESE—per 12-07 tin ; . 12 § :
HEPHERD SPUN PIQUE 36” wide. Per Yard.... |} DUTCH SAUERKKAUT—per tin . 33} &
S | WEETABIX seente vente ‘ eae -55e; Small = % :
SILMYRA CREPE DE CHINE [i 7A» Sane Bae SOA ee oe x BROAD &
& CO. LTD. ! COCKADE FINE. RU’ : :
30° Wide. Per: Yards.....2.5,..0;. 1.45 o $ eer - %
10-13 Broad Street R STREET x
STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. | %
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ONE ICE CREAM PLANT-—Complet Mar t oO pin
with Ice-making Machine ar 2. Electric AGENDA
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13.23.31 € i one year conv neing on the Band
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SON PAREIL, Balmoral Gay. Hastings, | FRESH MILK reeeived the following classification:—
standing om BR137 re fe and | e FRESH RREAD 5M Boy Babb, D Ist Class 529 Boy Clarke, A Ist Class
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throughout, servant x - roperty Qualified persons rot ae Worrell, C ist Class 543 Drm. Belgrave, I ist Class
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CABRINGTON & SBALY eek: MLK ne probable quantity @e matead af ac, per parade weft 21 Feb. 52
‘ott —— aul for ae DANO gallons Baad rractives
ae \ wee . got & there « be bo further Band ptices for the Training near Members
= ove Peake 2 . he Bard aM 13 Mar &
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vale, tending @ S00 sus os _ & tox . * Reoruis will parade for training on Mon, 1% and Wed, 19 Mar 52
land The Reuse comteins Drew or) “ t ANNUAL CAMP
Maree bedrooms w > : ope fhe Annwal Cau of the Bargades Regiment will be held between Friday
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PART ONE ORDERS

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1. PARADE
All ranks will parad

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TRAINING

y
ut.-©el, J. CONNELL,
Commanding

The Barbados Regiment

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ie at Dist. “A” Police Station at



tion the parade will be dism
parades during the training

sed at
year, Pay

held an Thursdey 27 Mar. 52.

Sigfal Plateon

The repults of the final written test for Volunteers attending the Signal Course

are as follows:-
385 Pte. Jchnson, G. C. 94%" 316 L/Cpl. Hi, H. © 91% %
316 Rowe, BB 42% 463 Ishmael, C. L, 83%
612 Harewood, W. G, 82 480 Pte rown, B i+
386 Parris, L. W. 69 497, = MeCollin, C. B 554%
5a Dunnah, N. BE. Soe 366 L/Cpl. Morgan, L. L S2%a%
ao Niccolls, G 524% 298 Cpl Bowen, R. A $2 %
679 ., Springer, F. P. 454% $24 Pte. Branker, F. N, 41%%
259 ge Jordan, J. B. % 322 Po Pinder, G 18 %

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13 Mar, 52, to watch a demonstration by the Police Force on Police Riot Beil
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Passengers for St.

SS. “TEKOA” is Cargo and
Vestry, a Return in writing of their| from Adelaide Bovruary bg wee Grenada and Aruba poseenaere
EE aeetaek. ‘ik anaes abet her eine March Sra. Syaney Mart . ie ng
I will sell on FRIDAY 14th at 2 p.m phone ey tes A ergy Bg Alneggane oh Rogcoen ah ae arriving at’ Trinidad only for St. ni

Regiment



TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 1952
OFFICIAL NOTICE

}

| BARBADOS

In pursuance of the Chanceny Act 1936,
j having or Claiming any estate right or interest to
o” affecting the property hereinafter mentioned (the
to bring before me an account of their claims With theit a eee So dbtumen® and
vouchers to be examined by me on any Tuesday or Priday between ‘tHe holirs of
12 noon and 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build ngs
Bridgetown before the 13th day of May, 1952, in order that such claims
may be reported on and ranked — according to the nature and priority thereof re-
spectively otherwise such persons will be precluded from the benefits of any decree
nd be deprived of all claims on or against the said property.
PLAINTIFF: CLARENCE SAMUEL KING
DEFENDANT: THANIEL PILGRIM
PROPERTY: FIRSTLY THAT certan piece or parcel of land situate a
Yearwood’s Gap off Black Rock in the parish of Samt Michael and Island aforesaid
contvining ty admeasurement one rood twenty-seven perches or thereabouts but-
ting on lands of L. Cummins on lands of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one
Corbin on lands of L. and on a Public Road or however else the same
may abut and bound Y ALL THAT certain piece or pa -
‘and situate at n of Saint M chael and Island of Ba:
| . twenty and four fifths perches or
‘ ‘of W. BH. Leuch on lands of Blanche
of Martha Bowen on @ public road
bound Together with the messuage oF
fader the build

IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY

I do hereby give notice to all persons
any lien or encumbrances in
the defendant)



and erections thereon.

H. srein-Chane
Registrar-in-Chancery.
eg “$3

tar OF THE WEST INDIES,
BW.L

|



plications are invited for two vacancies for Registrars (one
suse one = ) at the University College Hospital, duties

to commence on the ist of June, 1952.

. Salary
The anpeminents one year in the first instance
| wilt ? in AS to £1,000 per annum, depending on ex-
Peau and qualifications,

and is subject to a deduction of £100 per
Q in respect of board, residence, etc. Return first class passages
| age will be paid. Further information may be obtained from the

Hospital Manager and Secretary.

Applications with full details and two recent testimonials should

reach the Hospital Manager and Secretary, University College Hos-

pital of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica, B.W.L, veer Oe pa a
April, 1952. ‘ 3. s

paren
GOVERNMENT NOTICE



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1952, No. 7 which will be published in the Official Gazette
of Monday 10th March, 1952.





nw i on TUESDAY ith, from 12 noon, a lot proprietor or



person shall by reason of the short} For further particulars apply — than)





CROSBY, LOUIS ARMSTRONG, INK | °t Messrs. McEnearney’s Garage one (1) Act for the purpose of assessment 22nd and Barbados about
—--- POTS, 1985 Ford V-8 Car damaged in accident ° a ses .
warned against | oh; See iA ITECRRANE, ee
to my wile a MARRISON’S — SHOWROOM DEPT.,| TERMS CASH. watencu Gate of closing Accounts being a date| sel has ample space for chilled and hard Cargo and Passengers for Nas§au, ——

ae” Henry) at © not} Sroad &t 93 52 —2n R. ARCHER Mc! subsequent to 30th November but| frozen cargo. Bus of Bahamas. Date of departure to RETAIL
one dee coolartag any devl or debe ar Gade AC prior to Ist of February then the| | Cargo, accepted on vee sTrinidad to |i be notified. ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE PRICE
oe ea ae eee arn lebt or debts quate ap. a Gold Outside |9.3.52—4n Return must be made to the Assessor Ladtag, for franshiorient a

n . 2 7 on © . » 15t as 2 B tis ulana, ward @ -

signed by me. — asa THANT'S | — will sell at my MART, Victoria Street Re ee eee ee cee Islands. r ‘ % p.w.t. SCHOONER OWNERS (not more than) (not more





















bane March
bout April
April 25th
person shall by reason of the regular In addition to general



> a DOMESTIC CLOTH: Good Quality | of Safty Matches, Basil Leather, ‘ all} period during which the business has ASSOCIATION (INC.)
wna, [Rr Wes hgporgy Fy Se, wes | ese tne, Searme MEEa Ss|en euae ie me he Rey [FANE REAE 04 TD. Consens, Tole No. ee HH Bect—Comed «| S0R-A per case of
_ el ame — | fectants with D.D.T., Door Chimes ls sa) by ist February, then no Return TRINI send 48x12 oz. tins. 50c, per 12 oz.
y J PANCY STRAW end small, Body Dusting Powders and ; a a : y cD. 2

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |, DONCY STRAW MATS: | Sic. $1.08 & | ond. sams. wrerms Cash Failure to comply with the require- DACOSTA & CO, LED. | $5.62 per 12x12 oz. tin. | tin.

The application of Learnetta Brath- ‘Ss. Pr Wm. By. 5 a R. ARCHER McKENZIE nents of this sub section renders the * Meat—Fresh & Frozen:
waite, shopkeeper of Sargeants Village. ft. 9.3 . Auctioneer. person and/or persons Hable to a penalty P
Christ Church, holder of Liquor License SEOWERED SPUNS 1 £)3.52—3n not exceeding fifty pounds (£50). Beef:
No. 1624 of 1952, granted to R. Haynés and aia sguality. Only e7 lovely de-| t Sbould circumstances over which (a) Hind Quarter ie
L. Springer in re@pect beard and oe rs. Win. Hy Snly $3'6 yard. ‘Traders have no control arise to’ cause Ce
shingled shop at-Eastmond Corner, Hinds- i2—3n delay in making Returns on the pre- Round, Rum Sir-

bury Road, for permission to use sald scribed dates, the Vestry would appreciate



ee ee
GALVANISE WIRE; 3/16 size, suit-



Stenmahip Co.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
prices of “Beef—Corned” and “Meat—Fresh and Frozen” are as













































































































































. . bd . . ¢
Liquor Licence at a board and shingle} apie for f Off ] N @ | being informed by letter as to the reason fibcon loin, Short Ribs and
shop with shedroof attached at Sergeants | General fence Oe at Be. Somer ic1a otic for such delay, \ Thick Flank i 56c. per Ib
Village. Christ Chureh, within Dist, “A.” | Street. Phone 4918.—2n 7 BARBADOS . (b) AL F rte’
Datos this Bt diy of March, 1952 9.3 52.—2n N THE ASSISTANT COURT F. C, REDMAN, ore Quarter
To | A, giclaon, Ea. : IN TH OF APERAL Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. including Boneless
Pulitce Magistrate, Dist. “A.” 1c WATER CANS—aiy gallons ca 5 .3:89--2, 0:0
ae pa- {Equitable Jurisdiction) Stew an 9 i
Li shad ir aity Ged with antl-drip tp. No| STANLEY JAMES BENJAMIN KING ; NEW YORK SERVICE ics HM and Brisket 406). a @
‘ >be NOT ton: —
N.B.—Phis application will be con- bone—Usetul in the Home: ONLY" Ait | ree HOS BERT wi an foc le cE F.S, “GENERAL ARTIGAS” sailed 2st Fe bruary — arrives B'dos thy March, 1952. Le Loi 52
sidered at-m Licensing Court to be held }EACH. “HARRISON'S HARDWARE | Tn’ purssarne of an Order in this Court| for Bicscle frames andl mats lore th oie | A STEAMER sails tht March — arrivey B'dos 19th are, (a) Legsand Loin. Co. gy
at Police Court, District “A" on Wednes- | “TORE, Broad St. 9.9 82—2n. lin the above action made on the 7th day| work shop. As all welding and repaits ——— (b) Shoulder .. +4 48c. 1
7. day . ¥ " noe lot. J ry, 1952, I give notice to all] are q hile 5 rait. ash ¢ pee , OR !
11 ofclogkey, a.m. E. A. McLEOD sAPORTSMEN'S WOOL SOCKS—60 cents Sersoun having any estate, right or Rede while TAU watt. neh Sg ae NEW ORLEANS — (c) Stew ‘aly 3 42c. 5
Didi. thigtaie GR. MAL” pair, Broadway Dress Shoppe. interest in or any lien or incumbrance | BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE ¥ Porls—— .. ie au A us oh
a inti ot Aaa 8.3.52—2n, | affecting all that certain piece or parcel GH. MARSHALL, SS. “LIRREVILLB” sailed 13th February —arrives B’dos lst March, 1962. Vealintt’
eae, Bosiish oO in ee tee Lr Me ca at er 121, Roebuck Strect Service.| A STEAMER sails 2th February — arrives Barbados 16th March, 1952. (ay C thet: ithout
. LS Bian John and Island aforesai containin: 3. 52-— “Cutlets (w ou
“ate te 7 Pe S. Watkins. phone by admeasurement one acre three roods} 0 §.8.53--6n b
FORK . RENT . 11.3,5%—2n. | seven and two fifths perches or there- NOTT CANADIAN SEBVIUE one) es oe OG.» e's)
! "PIANOLOhe Pialo Whine condition fon abouts abutting and bounding on lands , CE (b) All other cuts ws GRR ep) 255
aie ue oe Piano in fine condition for |o¢ Clifton Hall plantation on lands of xtite ous a
7 Libby's “tate ;. he te Forde, | Newcastle plantation on lands of J. & us SEALED TENDER idee: ‘et SOUTHBO .
HOUSES . 7 r Lears. | Shepherd on lands of James Mayers an . at v © received by
eee once ere 11.3.52—2n. | on ious of orfe Mrs. Wood or however | tee “unders ened met later than the 7th Name of Ship Sails Halifax Arrives Barbados i 11.3.62—8n
HOUSE at Lodge Hill, St. Michael, with a) eae a) else the same may abut and bound to ne yea e 25th - 3 Rene —
an acte of areble land.’ Govt. Water and}, "QWEES! TOWELS! Sfe., Gte, Ge. bring before me an account of | thei | | March 1 ss. “ALCOA PLANTER" .. 1st February Ue Teer te
light; two bedrooms and convenience |<, ws S Pr. re HY }said claéns with their witnesses, docu-/ Supply of Provisions and Groceries, | &*. Alec sae aet oy : 14th March 24th March Modernise your Kitchen with one of our
Apply LCG Warner on premises or 3.52-3n. | ments and vouchers, to be examined by| to be delivered at the Almshouse | §-5- LCOA PILG' 4a ee idewen tnd April
$ > Husbands, Horse Ril] Pit., St SHARKSKIN in White: ieautitul me on any Tuesday, or wtigs ae | (2) Sri a yay Cows aoe a er of - ee 13th April 23rd April ENAMEL TABLE TOPS
oseph. .3 §2.—8n quality. Only $1 3.87 Be the hours of 18 Capon) ang 3 os ahet hous: at the Alms- x Saritaren 2 a BE TRS ist May llth May J
MODERN FURNISHED FLAT—wit! ¥ Pr. Wm. - St. [Clerk of the Assistant Court of App¢ al | (3) Conveyance by Motor Transport Ss Ss
Sivet sod Linen. | Good Sea-bathing 9.3.52—8n. | at the Court House, Bridgetown, before of (a) Pauper’ to the Almshouse ‘These vessels have limited passenger accommodation. MART, EASY TO CLEAN & AT MODERATE PRICES
‘or ther particulars, Apply to Alme 7 ——~ [the 19th day of March 1 in order rom any part of the parish (b) To
Lashley No, 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. that such claims may be ranked accord- and from the General Hospital or ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE. CENTRAL EMPORIUM
B.2.52—t.£.n WANTED ing to the nature and priority thereof any public Institution out of the
respectively; otherwise such per will parish (e) Coffins from the Alms- APPLY¥:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE
LITTLE HAMILTON — St, Lawrence be preeluded from the benefit of the said house and Corpses from the house i (Corner Broad & Tudor Streets)
Gap, unfurnished drawing room, 3 bed- Decree, and be deprived of all chats | in any part of the parish ta the _ - ;
rooms, toilet upstairs, breakfast room, HELP on or against the said propert ! hearse and to the grave (d) Corpses " 1
kitchen downstairs. Quiet family, yo — oon Claimants are also notified that they from the Almshouse to the hearse
dogs. Dial #144. 11.3, 52—_n. STENOGRAPHER required, preferably | must attend the said Court on Wednesday __ and to the grave. {
fon ae: ene with some experience in book-| the 19th day of March 1952, at 10 o'clock N.B. The Board of Poor Law Guardians
rere arresccemeteae ream bt eping | caribbean Confection Co. Lid,| a.m. when their sald claims will be] reserve the right to send by Bus or other e are o e in U 1S
Having a covered space of 6,000 s tr. 1° atthias Gap, Hastings ranked. wise any pauper who in their opinion a ao neil ce etna ean ——~ W ae T SO PS Thi
downstairs and 6,000 sq. ft. w irs. 11,.3.52~—1n, Given under my hand this 7th day of} can be conveyed by such, mea P ”
Power and light points, are installed 1 January, 1952. Signed A. T. KING, N
3 toilets. Available from March 15th MISCELLANEOU F. G. TALMA, Clerk, Poor Law Guardians, CA ADIAN SERVICE
on 1, 2 or 3 years lease, Apply: Ralph S Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court St. Joseph. zs
Beard, Lower Bay Street, 114,5%—8n. | WICVOUED WOT ; of Appeal 15a From St. John and Halifax, N.S. . t
ard, Lower Bay Street, ‘| BICYCLE—Wanted Bo. Mf Appe 8.3.52—3n 'o} ani x,
y's second-hand 10,1.52—3n —- — --— —— - —— — sions
Br - bicyele, good condition. Cal EGE e Raleigh Pea and Aspara: Cross & Blackwell Oxtail &
MARISTOW’—Maxwells Coast, over-} .°"° n. Call 8496 HARRIS ON COLLEGE SPORTS EUS; e!
Sophias Sua sed, fuenished’ Ueleshane, 8.3,52—2n ¥, 1TH MARCH, 1982 Migedaa aaa sepa Morton’s Vegetable; Heinz’s Celery, Mushroom,
refrigerator and radio included, Available . Sports will be held from hicken & Cream of Chi bell’:
Rene ae Abe. For further infocnation STARS: pK buy stamps. Offi e 1.30 to 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday, 11th March St John Halifax Dales, Betagelown, of Chicken; Arinpure Gaunt aren Saaee on m Sree
3.59 oO any amoun All Old Harrisonians are ¢ a rite « “ t xed getab! Also:
diel: Gil, 11.3. S8-Ras I fag Spot cash. At the Caribbean Stamp icial Sale There w it be 3 ‘Old Bove: Roce eae ate “WILFORD?” 23 Feb 16 Feb. 20 M. KRAFT MACARONI & CHEESE; WHOLE TOMATOES;
——— | Society, 3rd floor No. 10 Swan Street. the end of the afternoon 5.3. eee fe ten = xe. * Ta PORK & BEANS
BOILS a nacin |S Pee oS eR Bt 2 ien
—_———— IN THE ASSISTANT COURT ~~ ; ee Whe: ate!
WANTED LOAN-—£7,000 secured b ores Sar Let
> OF APPEAL
PI LES Got rid of taumndinty ‘rst mortgage. meer) & Bayce arantae dae Jurisdiction) NOTICE UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE us have YOUR ORDERS Early
5.3.52—4n |5 . MES BENJAMIN KING
MPL blemishes fant! cite — Plaintiff PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH °
a speedy treatment with ROUSE: Furnished or Unfurnished | JOSEPH NORRIS ... _... Defendant| SEALED TENDERS marked on the | FROM LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW
Bredcated, antiseptic Dr. Chase's} House required to Rent St. Michacl,| NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue] envelope “Tender For " will be Bees Bridgeiswrs JOHN D. a4 YLOR & SONS, Eee
Ointment. Soothes as it heals. 69c.| St. George or outskirts Bridgetown 3—4]} of an Order of the Assistant Court of| Teseived at the Almshouse up to 3 p.m. Dates ee ° °
Large size, 6 timesas much, $2.23, | bedrooms with servants quarters and gar-| Appeal dated the 7th day of January,| 0” Wednesday, March 19th 1952, for sup- “ .” MIVERPOOL | GLASGOW Harbggse
age. Full Particulars to Bo: 1952, there w . | plies of Groceries, Fresh Milk 5.8 SUNVALLEY +. 21 Feb 26 Feb. 19 Mareh
, is ° “3 C.N., 52, there will be set up for sale to the . s| , Fresh + a6 Ma: 9 April
DR. Cc A 37 | Mdvocate Co 52-3y) | highest bidder at the Office of the Clerk! “>t, Fresh Bread, delivered ‘at ‘the| 5: “FEDERAL VOYAGER". °..29 March = 24 March byt >
| of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the | Almshouse in such quantities as may be








































































































. €
House, Bridgetown, between the | "®auired from time to time, for a period | Ti
ntiseptic OINTMENT Court SESaka ttt) Seer inandinanl 6c
k | e ear comm in, nm March |
LOST & FOUND) [iene bea the ne ih S| soem tose smmencing on March UNITED KINGDOM ANP CONTINENTAL SERVICE WHEN
~~ SEES ‘ D March, 1952, all that certain piece or| Bech pérson_ tendering must submit 2 FROM ANTWERP, ROTTERDAM and LONDON
! cel of land situate in the parish of of £50 each from (2) properly
i aint John and Island aforesa Ma contair alified persons willing to become bound =~ panne
i fate ae he hai ame — . caine th th Neentul tenderer far tip ice Expected Arrival MENTIONED
ORIE \ "Lost roods seven and two fifths perehes or the Contract . Antwerp Rotterdam London Dat Sete
thereabouts abutting and bot Tr > quantity of Milk required
SOt j VENIRS “ONE SQUARE MARCASRITE BROOCH | ands of Clifton Hail plantat nds er d the Board ence ts ala it siete. as THE NAME HENNESSYS LEAPS
y sad 1 Mond. . = - c of Newcastle plantation is o at to ac % the tender * . i
t day morning. Reward offered on}|jy. & W. Sheph ¢ one person for the ts
{return ra, - d Shepherd on |} s of Jame wf ‘or the suppl a
snice cumron amme _ f|nie 8'Astoae Ane tod eh lands of One Mrs, Woo quaptiy’ or any: part ot Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 TO THE MIND—BECAUSE HEN
VR? DEMOS, SEDAS, Peco Reienipsichloechinbetibty ks tere a a oe Ble ee , NESSYS IS THE BRANDY THAT
v2 } if not then sold t . i 5 for pl OC nl SS
ater vane |: coup "Ee Oi tee AnD Gora | PROBerty WHI be set up for sale on eve prward a Ce "ft du M
CUay IDADSA, > J .. i a riday, Gol Friday between ed tering loner, that the ADE CoG AM Ss.
Dey Ta tee CHINA e Y Dulban. ate oe 104 = until the, same sold for « Sle from ich: uti 8 supplied Everyone loves a Smooth, Lovely Skin,—but they detest NAC F. OUS.
i! $311 Dated this 7th day of January, 1952 The Board does not bind themselves to Unsightly Hair, especially in Women . So:
s ® “i, os eee oi F TALM/ tt west or any tender ‘ A
} THANI'S Nt oe eePACLES — Pair Horn Rimmed} Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court BR. ASHBY, : “GET RID OF UNSIGHTLY HAIR” with
i“ ae a ‘ $ a - rday ¥ neer Ar Cler Poor Law Guardian .
. *; Wm. ry St. Dist 3466 | é t or sary ¥ Loos
! { t 10.1. 52—2 Christ Chureh ee ; ’
| Heiter oe = + VEET
Saracen epence ori remains 11.3.52—3n
a — = . — Sa , >
- ore = ~In imencsei oe .
. ae —<— ver
; Rit 2 L 1QU OR L ICENS NOTIC! e
: QUOR LICENSE NOTICE|”“ i ‘ , r For the Beach, Dance, Sailing, or any time when under-arm Hair e RE
FOR ey al E [ The appli yews of Darnell reenidge The’ applicatio of Elise H I, IQU OR L ICENSE NOTICE becomes Unsightly, use VERT. TH Es STAR
soaey ‘mun of Hastings. Christ Church, for} Domestic Servant of Rickwick Gap, St | 1 ation of Oltfck Jones o VEET is extremely useful for men who have tough beards, or
mission to sel! Spirits, Malt Sat earn, a kel sania’y cme : en ugh 5,
as 2 going con small at fice at a 2-storey wall Celicane pene aie ‘ant at nnene aie ; . Pare prc ge terion who find it uncomfortable to Shave ° V. S. O. Pp. (over 20 years
tie), ¥ astings, Christ Church, within Dist. 2-storey board and shingle ‘ . 1 Board d ¢ . ) 4 E T” re
Motel in St. Vincens wit 2 torey board d shingle building in : oS t Remember Vv = 2 — = a a tte Hair u
iepeeeeent views of wave ne et this 7th day of March, 1952 ‘Dated this 10th day of March, 1952 D h day ¢ } . = ahh s ? X. 0. LIQUEUR
taing and the Grenadine islands AES biebrdin Bera To H. A. TALMA, Esq. FRANCIS. Bog. BE ITSCLEAN! ITSCERTAIN!! IT’S SAFE.!!! .
, mn fc tire ge as ake ‘ Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.” ce Magistr dist. “B
we pan n for 4 retired D GREENIDGE. lice nfintvate, | tial ai | OLRICK JONES | That's VEET (over 40 ears) :
oO operate “a Live PP ar ic >
gid beaut surroundings aaa ry L iting C wilt "be con N.B.--This application w pe cst This. application will” “con. | R.P. 2/3, 4/- per tube ¥
’ j sce . @ Licensir > rt . . ’ ‘ . .
For furteer pi ars apply: {at Police Court, District OA" nuenday ~4 Poe e Court, District "A" a ae i . a * ida, | Obtainable at:—
Books, Four Winds, St, James, fy (Me, HP Aa” OF Maoh, 1988 at 11 clock ihe Bist day of March, 1862, at TI ol9 «SSS } BOOKER’S. (B'dos) DRUG STORES. LTD.
ne § arn ;
" | E. A. McLEOD, H. A. TALMA H.R. FRANCIS, BROAD STR and means 4 (Hie ha mpaentecy) STOKES & BYNOE LTD~AGENTS.
Police Magistrate, Dist. 4 A ¥ M D
| Police Magistrate, Dist A t A agistrate ist .
} 11.3.52—1n a eee CD eG 5 Roa 1 3,89--in ”

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Stansfeld Scott; Alleyne

Arthur; Medford & Co., Ince

& Co., S. E. Gole & Co, Mc

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By O. 8.

s Laws vii and vii f the game
4 1 THE TION OF
- LHE G and THE START OP
-. PLAY respectively. The Fo@tball
Association, England, to which

une rbades Amateur Football
ciation is affiliated provide in

iheir. Laws of the game that the

curation of the game shall be two
equal periods of 45 minutes, un-
le otherwise mutually agreed
ipon

Law Vil—Duration of Play

In Barbados, and in most of the

her Caribbean territories, that
law has been modified to limit
the duration of play to equal
periods of 30 minutes each,

It is true that in the overall

consideration there is a difference

EMPIRE Heavyweight champion Jack Gardner aims to retain his title against Johnny Williams. the duration of play in England



































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On resumption Everton again Highest Temperature: 86.5 “F
piled on the pressure but Empire (0 Everton. This was kicked by Lowest Temperature: 72.5 °F B
was not slackening. A strong wind Hayne powerfully in the loft Wind Veloeity 11 miles per 45 .
which was now blowing across corner of the nets aieine ain. hour i) TONITE MARCH 11, 1952
the field was posing a problem to 1onds no i ri sta 5 ate ‘ 4 3 y wae aks
ihe players for. the Een aes rea Aring off aa S098: ») YANKEE STADIUM
* being controlled properly from thc P} ended .with Everton ‘stil? 3 p-m. TO-DAY Brittons Hill
air. eking another goal Sunrise: 6.18 a.m if 10 Snappy ;
e a = continued | te Empire: Simmonds, Grant Sunset: 6.12 ae tt? apy, Rownds \m0
struggle and about five minutes Smith, Maynard, Alleyne, Rudde . we lean! ait ods tt) JACK DICK vs KID Ré 7
before the blow off N. Harewood Robinson, Drayton, Hope acts: monn: Wall, Sereh 11. ) KID RALPH
at inside right for Everton kicked ond Douglas. . ghting: 6.3 p.m. it \\ Light-Heavyweight
in the first goal with the Empir« Everton: Reece, Weekes. Holl High Tide 3.46 am., 348° | ih Championship ;
i. custodian well out of the goal. Daniel, Haynes, Harewood, Olton, Dm 11 $$
. Everton renewed their efforts N. Harewood, Lord, Culpepper and Low Tide: 9.50 a.m., 10.12 )) International Supporting
and two minutes after Referee Sealy. p.m. 148 >
Graham awarded a penalty kick The referee was Mr. O. Graham 1th Bouts 8 and 6 Rounds
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PAGE EIGHT, _BARBADOS ADVOCATE
4 JACK GARDNER LZ 4 7 t . custor
HACK ¢ Know Your Football—tows 7 & 8 si: means _m

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An the law é#tself:-
At of the game
choice the kick-off
shall be decided by the toss of a
coir The team winning the tos
hall have option of choice
f end or 1
I Referee given ¢z
ig he gar be tarted
v piayer place-kick
kick at all while it
t nary on the ground in th
t t field of play) into

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Eve player shall be in his
own half of the field and every
player of the team opposing that
of the kicker shall remain not
less than ten yards from the ball
until it is kicked off; it shall not
be deemed in play until it
has travelled t distance
ef its own circumfe ice. The
kicker shall not play the ball a
second time until it has ‘been
played or touched by another |
player.

(b) After a goal has been

seored the game shall be restart-}
ed in like manner by a player of
the team losing the goal.

(c) After half-time; when re-|
tarting after half-time, ends
shall be changed and the kick-off |
shall be taken by a player of the
opposite team to that of the player
who started the game.

Punishment, For any infringe-
ment of this law, the kick-off
be retaken, exeept in the

















ind in the Caribbean territories Barbados” to “observe the second shall i C
A C e M of as much as half an hour. part of this custom with regard case of the kicker playing the (on
y € - AC! However, the reason for this to tossing as far as the First and again before it has been touched [
i Everton Defeat x A am 10nh | a es odification is obvious. In the Second Division games are con= or played by another player; for
j E, . Ti tropics it would not be in the best cerned as the ey all played . a toe - or er
7} ? 9 4, + interests of the players themselves the same ground, in the case of shall be taken oy a play oO) 2
i x es” wo Lot e © > 9 £ to play in the Heat of the evening the Firs’. Division—Kensington opposing team | from the place
: EMPIRE who at prese j Ome ac oni 1 for more than an hour. and in the case of the Second where the infringement occurred |
three victoric to tk \ - 2% In addition to this, football Division Queen's Pari \ goal shall not be scored direct
fered their naaene ay sul- sames can hardly be timed ‘0; However I am glad to say that from a kick-off.
rat ta it at the hands rm 2 Y « oe “a * - ely
of Evert who defeat them && 4 oe art earlier than 5 p.m. as the} a
the tune of two-nil ir hh ‘i First rdner De ends Km Te official closing time for business | Raa aE
Division. football match at Ken- “houses is 4 p.m, If the game is!
i e é a sington Oval yesterday afternoon e ° e Oe. hen played from 5 p.nt. to 6.35 | ,
A fair crowd saw the Everton it gainst L tam s p.m. allowing five minutes f9r| : o%
players pre for all they were half-time, it will he too late in| t
worth in both halves of the game most of these parts for players, | —— yneé
and it was only at the closing By DENNIS HART officials and spectators themselves} | oe
ee aan put in the LONDON. March 11, Se follow clearly what is going gu a
wo goals. This is the first game The heavy-weight fight for which British boxing fans ° "4 i
Everton has won for the season : ee Te ee Ne ett cowet eo Sauk The yest of this law is observed TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE
Rare tnah these: riatehes, ame have been waiting eagerly for two year | be staged hy the lecal Association, and t EXCURSION FARES
The first goal was kicked in by at Farl’s Court to-night where Jack Gardner, British and as follows:—(a) Allowance shall} NOW IN £FFECT
the Everfon inside right N. Hare- Empire champion is seekin to retai } title against be made in either period for all} | Lowest Fares ever
and two minutes after Johnny Williams of Rugby. iime lost through accident ol 0-Day Excursions au
aynes at right half scored the In one respect Gardner, this ous meeting, he said that they viher cause, the amount of which oe Au Flights by “North Star
second goal from a penalty. Em- evening, is almost as much a chal- have not prepared an) aitat shall be a matter for the disere- Skyliners
pire had four rosy chances to lenger as his opponent coe ari eae eben ie bl cele 1) Vion of the Referee; (b) Time For Compiete Information, See -
score in the first half but time a ae Pee ~ See Peat Pei Bteaek pt ¢ nt tir- Shall be extended to permit of GARDINER AUSTIN & Co., “
i ae again | the ball was Woodcock in November 1950, he fest task since becoming Gard- a penalty-kick being taken at OF ee coud” Mi, ini *
icked either wide of the up- fas not defended it. And more ner’s manager, had been’ to iron utter the expiration of the nor- Phone — 4704
| rights or high above the cross important still, of his three fights cut the art ‘mateur style, of ™al period in either half. TRANS-CANADA
bar. : : since, he has lost the last two. which trace € still visible, in At half-time the interval shafl International tre Atls
For Empire, Smith and Grant Argentinian champion, Cesar the champion’s make-up. In some not exceed five minutes, except Wrhsatiuhacnns antic
? pe pena peaks were a Leen of Brion beat him in dune, and Hein respects, Simpson said it had by the consent of the referee. \
1 strength and many times foiled Ten Hoff won a points decision been more diffict It tham starting % .
s the attempts of the Everton for- in September. The latter fight, from s¢ ratch: For profes tonal aud Suspension of Play '
; wards ‘who were ever seeking to incidentally, cost Gardner his army boxing are as different as If play is stopped for an ine) er ee
5 score, ©. Alleyne also played a European heavy-weight title. chalk from cheese. In the ama- fringement of the laws, the game |
1 good game but his passes to the Gardner then is in the curious teur ranks a boxer can make }5 Te arted by an appropriate THE BARBADOS POLICE
i forward line were not readily ap- position of a champion making fmistakes and get away with them, free-kick. In certain eases play)
’ preciated. Veteran Reece who what is virtually a come-back. but in the paid ranks mistakes may be suspended for a cause
kept goal for Everton saved the This is his chance to prove that are not permi sable. Failure to mot necessarily mentioned in the
day for his team for on many he is a worthy title-holder. follow up an advantage can lose laws, For example: 1 have seen
oceesions his anticipation and When Gardner and Williams the fight. As yet, Gardner has not & cow wander on the field at the PASSING ou i PARADE
: clever goalkeeping prevented the met at Leicester in July 1950, in displayed that necessary ‘killer’ Garrison Savannzh, forcing a ’
; Empire forwards from scoring. a final eliminator for the right to instinct, perhaps he will show temporary suspension of play. In
4 dine moe oe Ps rtd challenge Weodcovk for iis title, it for the first time to-night. another instance, I have seep : AND
“Blues” defending from the north- Gardner won a narrow victory on Gardner’s future plans are un- swarm of bees invade the field an a Bae N OF HONOUR
ee of oe ae ee ——. 7 doing so he split the certain, he would like a return this too forced a suspension Kr PRESENTATION OF THE BATO? }
a suddenly on ne «6votfensive a ritish boxing community into with Hein Ten Hoff, to try and play. These conditions cannot be 1 , ,
Robinson passed to Douglas an the two camps. Bis own aiigiaartors icegain the European title, but the Ce nat in the rules and I do not! FOLLOWED BY
wing but Harewood at centre-half said he would go on to win the fight would have to be in Britain. think that a referee can find any A POL ICE DISPI AY
for Everton charged him and title—which he did — and Wil- Simpson was emphatic that in the satisfactory substitute for com- 4 4 4 ‘ 4
cleared his area. A few minutes liams’ fans maintained th; in aariOtle ees ne | | : 7, om Per oars AT
e e hat in previous bout, the referee, aS monsense if such occasions arise.
after play Everton was awarded any return the Rugby man would much as anyone, was responsible proyided the ball has not pass- he
a free kick and at this stage both reverse the decision. for Jack's defeat, He allowed no vaya ft pl ay mediately prior THE POLICE RIDING SCHOOL
teams were fighting hard to draw Gardner does not want to be in-fighting, parting the boxers as = ~ bes Snails the referee DISTRICT “A” :
‘ first blood, Then Robinson moved ¢alled a lucky champion. He is soon as they came to close quart- oe ae ae a jropping the : :
; to left wing and he kicked across determined to prove that this vic- ers. And as Ten Hoff's reach was ball at the Fine Wises” # Sas AT 5 PM., FRIDAY, MARCH 14TH.
the Everton goal after receiving a tory over Williams can be zi eat aonhh vegies wis ball at t lac ’ s '
| aa apeton: eel ARE PARRA repeal” YM ©. inches longer thas, Gandia a. when olay na, auapenees fie ADMISSION: $1.00 and 80
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acre end and caug \ in preparation for tonight, he British champion. Simpsoer is not the ground. If a player senate
' all a a ‘ trained at Brighton And. his the first manager to complain of the ball before it reaches the
} A metee in the xverton aree Schedule was strenuous, leaving the poor standard of Germany ground it must be re-dropped. |
made the crowd noisy for Reece "thing to chance. Following the mefereeing. : It might be well to give a few
’ who had come out to hold the ball ™orning work-out, which inclu- One trip that Simpson has in examples where the game Is re-
; did not succeed in his attempt 4d six miles road work, he had mind for Gardner is a visit to the started by dropping the ball. | y
2 and Hope kicked the ball goal- ® igorous work-out in the gym United States. This would not be, (a) When the ball becomes OF
j wards but luckily for Everton, With his sparring partners. “He to fight any top-ranking boxers,| lodged between two players and |
‘ Hall who was in the way of the "484 six of them altogether, and but for Gardner to gain experi SNE FSIOISSOGONGY |
ball put his chest to it causing the ov nenee Lloyd Barnett, and aoe by sparring in American vreselorwnr \
1 ball to rebound into play. on ockell, British cruiser- GY™Mmasiums. ; ’
‘ . Shortly after, ord. at centre- Weight champion, Perhaps splir- But first comes Williams 10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
; forward for Everton kicked the aac ie oo gentle\a word to use, 4 last word from Gardass pee
t ball t@ the cross bar of the Em- (OF When 1 saw Jack at his train- vided me with reason to believe . are Sings
} pire goal. It rebounded but an- ing quarters. he was nursing a there will be a great serap at Earls eit a d sane’
, other Fverton player kicked it out- ~ ag" lip, sustained from one of Court. I asked him who had one pe Shane Si m ec
side. Robinson again received a is helpmates, However, this did him his toughest fight so far 1e angon . o oot “ 1 4 y { 7 .
; long pass and running down, not hinder his training, see answer? You've guessed it— PLASTIC BY THE YARD CYCLE COVERS,
f kicked the ball to Reece who ant aeopeon, his manager, Williams a in different colours
. cleared easily. A moment later old me hat Gardner will scale 7 ~ and
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SsrJbato ESTABLISHED 1895 I'ltlU*. FIVE General Batista Seizes Command Of Cuban Army, Palace In Coup D'Elat i •!! ran m President Flees Palace HAVANA. March 10 Oeneral Mil**nci, Batista, on Monday seized command of the tub.m Armj ai i Presidential Palace in an almost bloodless rmip Orel '*' aid he would install Dr. Carlo; Saladi:. Prei denl Monday afternoon, rep la 5" ""-'* w 'h<> *ed the palace early to-day. 3 Batista'* unsuccessful presidential enndidat*' in the ltH4 elections won bv Ramon Grau San Martin. A fawoluti %  rail blamed on former President Piricencin Batista, broke out in Cuba to-dav. PresiM 'he country in a statement" It-:,i The lOsfOgaJuMl 'he presidential statement said formed u l Staff of the Army hap licen tak< dais who are fin nds uf General Batista and .. his (Batista's) orders." General Camp Columbi II establishment in Cuba I; was where Batista started %  | Sergeant* It. vouiueo I threw the government of the dictator Pn Gun Batlle r %  r ment front ih. BJ H m n In i pa Palace guard? The luai fire RIM they I thr battle but ll .. Wllli '1 % %  llRtt) official!'. I I some pei i I seen him there, but | > .ill to I i %  that everything here is normal and the General isound aaV Except r Palace Havana was strangely quiet with not a policeman in sight. Police radio had ordered all E licemen to Ihrir stations and ITlid iMv taken in Latin A emergency. During ins foul yeaxa in office after be i i 1M0. thr dark used in drive about the turbulent stllng with maenlM runs wfora and after his own car In Exile After re^ittnini; the In June 1841 General Baatsta went Into exile. Then'in 194H •> rU e> On Page 3 Fly Truman Will To New York KEY WEST, Florida. March 10. President Truman will intcrrupt bis holiday here and fly to Washington on Friday fog an overnight stay. He *ill go to New Dh on Saturday. juK'pti a iv Secretary said, he had tional information on tl flight of General Hoyi Vandenberf. Chief of United States Air Start to Key West for a confi ence with Pnaswanl Truman Sunday. Short said Truman would ipend Friday night at Blair House Washington with Mrs. Trun end her ailing mother. On Saturday he would fly to New York to address a meeting of Bhree thousand editors I-I school and college papers of the i I'r % %  As • •csauaE — v.r. Quake Shakes Japan Again: No Deaths %  TOKYO, March 10. A "strong" tremor shook up Southern Hokkaido fox the second time in a week today collapsing 113 houses already weakened bv last Tuesday's shock and injuring I" ix-rsont. %  %  vcrnoient Seismologist placed the epicentre of tin3%  econd tremor SO miles soutli South-weal Of Hokkaido's southeastern tip along the same fault line that et out the disastrous •iuake and tidal wave which engulfed the Huahiro arei la.si week. Late today there had been no deaths reported in the quake : i UM population of Uok k.iida and northern Honshu tumbout of theubunas in :hr """i *3u0 'ddltlon to that. • \eslr\ Di.ciifr.s COLL, Bonuri For Parorliial '! reas. A '""' %  A Havna %  CluM •* '"• Vl-.l ;., ,, h. con of in,,,, '"' •*"' nly id.,: % %  < %  M no %  sien *' '•-• "lituted. I] -',' „ ' M I'vi uwiius. inxairi ,| 1(I ( %  $5,000 VauJtadi i Mve.wiw.:: h 'eommbjajoD. %  falary of 40(i at 2.04 aan. Police reports from Hakkaido said the power supply was suspended at many places, water Pipes burst in same areas and new %  inks appeared In the snowmound.—tl.r. Sabres Shool Down 7 MIGs 1 anothe .. %  %  %  mg ihe Peroehu increased with %  not see b i as* <>., %  ... i iiocnial nauilllie l.ojtd it %  hauld U.Ke step that if the i ••ppry again UlU Tlready b | the V try against granting the boi iked tbi SEOUL. Korea, March 1 >. American Sabre-je: pill ftowh se\t'ii Communist MIO 15s and damaged three others in an ttla BWM North Korea on Monday, intUollnj the greatest leases on the Red Air Force In mere than a month. li i ..f EO RuHian-buill jet* Crossed the Yalu River for the %  In four days Thr\ WSCI attempting to drive ort 110 Allied nghter-lK>mhcrs attacking a 15inile streirh of railway east of Sunchnn. Russian interceptor^ ivera CUl BhOti Of theii targets b\ a pack of Sabre-jets. 80 of which urt ui free battles with the Red planes. I A(lrr ^n,,. nisfuvion. M, Loe It was the worst day for the)! pointed .r.r communist air force since .faiui-1 allov 25 when American Sabres Parochial Treasurer wo %  ..gain be high fdl the Parn. I i would aufa matk up II. did not think K peg BJasn 1701 %  he was asking tin I Ing allowance b coming linanci.i Be Gaulle Will Oust 27 "Rebels" PARIS. Man-h 10 F People's RalK %  %  helped i i pui Wonlserrtil HUH \V>ir Cfuwtitnlinn in. icigj M %  : %  %  to hear TAYLOR playing at Insld* left for Umpire carrieg Baace. right, the Evertoa gealt' won iwo aa tli* hall within inihaul the Evsrton fc o-l wu*n .ived what looked like wrtam goal I Warleigh Reservoir Overflowed Simda> itverflou SHORTLY ,,il. i n %  ' %  thai .... . • %  .iit-a •.( St I'. 1 cslrvmun Objects To Suggestion • 1 .Kill %  %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  Dean .ah*, than the 1" i i %  %  %  .. Mt l>f %  u %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  1 bid Hit well as* Hen In Ih* sup gulaUng ii %  %  in e Hun*. —I.P. JAMBOREE FUND frrviousK \>i. SS74.W 0. K B. birr 1M M. tl. I. ias K rtruie SkreUluee lUl saasue the lung e. it>w vl*—4 %  id tin> 1 xrtutivr ( uuuiil ui Ihe Hu> HeyuU bee la thank all mm %  '.en MIGs. pro! a and damaged three. %  tie. General M.itthew h'-ati'iK.Liters in Tok>i. announced that Russia and her satellites are providing most uf the weapons used by Communist Korea —U.P. the end of March, and %  oatsjd that ttsa natter should bei h opei A divbi Ing resulted In %  Ue It was h>w%  .. %  W. ft. Coward, Ch.lrman of the VestjA tei the pi rtn ul i CONDUCTOR DIES HOLLYWOOD. March 10. DOCto Imard Walker. 71 %  "nduclor of the London Symphony. Liverpool philharmonic and Il.BU. Symphony Orchestras, died at his home here where ha resided for the last several >> — I'.p. Commonwealth Sugar Agreement Helped W.I. J. M. CAMPBELL (From Our Own ('iirrfspondcnl) LONDON. March 10. Mr. J, M Campbell, Chairman of Booker Brothers said two-month business visit to the v.. I % % %  •*' btsM more encouraRed %  BtsM in the linti I "The < Agreameni bat | %  i perity they havi vlding theri war they %  % %  Mr. CampU-l! Cnnada dui Common. wanted I iha* laej ll from the West l "A Ti I work." he %  able to • sagary dollars to t r %  %  da was an impnrtar.' and tho Weal Indi if two-* %  i :ied %  %  %  said the I I' i very proi Initial d come w^ ai was better thar i %  %  WHAT'S ON TODAY aarl of Grand Se-slea-. at %  a ,m Reg v Aahlan tre|iii C ui Legiatalivr Ceunril at on p.m. .Meeting of the lleuae af Ass.mhU at 3.00 p.m Meeting of Extra Moral toiilh. Hrilteh I auii.ll it I OB p.m. i %  ..ii-.li Div. U Noire ii,.,.. v Pickwick lorn trueen's Park. IHv. Ill Ptrkwirk Koir<. % fierton at Kenalngtor Raasrasa %  poitee shrii ^ M.r.e -A v tMJDJi. at Reck las Raad l.odce v Cable & WirVlea. at I .'-ice at o1aued Ih-. stopped. 'I ie lucal %  %  Ki\aJ I J. IMii. Set For Shovidouii LOhTDON. March la Rival %  %  Tuesday which n of lj rln Bev-n and bis h41 as expeel %  %  %  While %  ussed held ting lo aV full pan line to %  %  M • I9M, %  .'. %  %  %  %  %  which m %  %  farm and %  %  el %  ivaii t fi %  %  1 .i Ight have %  %  he sit i forti %  I'II %  hlslalleil -U.F. Ill --KI *-l|||l||-N. Korean % eapoms %  %  K %  %  %  The ai %  models daU %  192!. %  i 'airees aaaS that many %  — r r %  %  R %  the i-onslnii • h t.i, uihill %  .< Uohl-non. Gibson i v> iii \ii\i-d tkmMe* KINGM* • %  bean rrni ,VI\-TI Do %  %  .fcVuth Afi —Engla:. CP) ('ommtHsioner Appointed or.Ni \\ %  %  %  .. %  H %  %  %  %  %  %  .. ol littinn %  be ieq"i i years to %  %  .' it hi'.%  ,i i %  %  %  %  %  %  ri >l Ui • %  he i m %  %  I %  %  I %  '/ Die As Rioters high! Police IHANNaasBURa M e be. MM '.( rioting whh h %  %  ined v 4 back raylna | > %  tutht%  %  cheered %  %  -ll* DRIVERS STRIKE r. isn m M ,., %  11 a-erri on 11 %  n %  pl.u p %  %  D %  \rri of I i %  nve bar M , n |h 1 ther art %  %  now n i %  i %  i %  %  that Uteri .. %  rti ..-'tiiM an %  la saM, will have %  % %  1 i %  %  W : 1 %  H 111 Import More SYDNl 1 told < b Ml C, M %  ill th pro* %  I i4d I ictoi in deatio>ing the I high" .1 1 V Cattle Plague 81 ill Rages 1 %  I -*i and %  %  %  md liv %  [ %  %  I I %  rosed Meal Vrri\i-s I mm \eu /raluilil %  %  %  i %  %  shop* < %  %  %  aid %  %  %  Bulkk Sui I P MAN DIES AFTER HEAD INJURIES %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Labourer Guilty Of False Pretences Thirty six yaar old labour, • %  %  %  : %  'ight %  %  %  IS, :s: i | i %  l) i i %  IIAIIV KNOWS HIS HIS I I (Mill!! HI I0MAN1 IIM-.IIMH T041AV Ills I NJOTDHJ — LACTOGEN a> Ii ewrJJj Ih.csi.d • Ii BjCHtl \ il-'iniii imri Iran a> |t*g i l atftplgda l ood LACTOGBN OM1 ol Till t AM0US M>TLBS PRODUCT is ns SALi B*EBVWHFRI I. MIMIIS .lt\M I III



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TUB-DAY. MARCH II. mi BAtBAPOc. ADVOCATE A 1 U Of BTC S P rln ^ Meetil, P Annual Keport Ul HOIISKS DBAWK The Museum And Historical Society Tl... f ^ %  uU ..( .1... D^rkmJjir MllrBIIID lllll UlStl.ri Dunqucrque French Fluttei Milan Fuss Budget V Doldruf The Council of the Barbados Museum and Historical !" jj^ n "* Alr Society yesterday presented its Report on the affairs of flr> 7 amlra | the Societv for "the year ending 31st December, 1951, al M „ y A nn the Annual General Meeting 2! !" }'*' During the vear Mr C. Howell Clarke resigns*! from "•JSI— Membership of the Council Mr Howell Clarke, a forowr '"-— Curator of the Museum, had been a Member of the Council since 1939. The Council wishes to place on record its appreciation of Mr Clarke's many years of valued and dftvated service to the Society. Aftpr lh. Hcuon. at the Couurafters, which wtl* in good concil was i Mllovvlng din..n. from damage. It U liopesl ^ •a convert thu row of calls into KE C Bit KE (-. %  e %  B HH B U a i:J 7*24 6751 M72 1511 mi 3591 54*4 3417 44M roMiii • I *i i ij i • i i: s wnmnam 2nd 4 3rd 41h a 5th •tn 7th, 8th. 91h 10th. a tbrcr others rai/i ,724 00 • 714 00 | aaj M tffrtM 1 $(< llflf,M f< flpiuur from blood imjmrfihal Unpuniir* In Ihr Hl.vhl m. i.hr> Md paais, bolls, plnipl.. .".I •,.,.„., .. CaaaWt 'H"">i Hlstssea '"•• %  pr"> th bloosl. sIlSSSW *• ** -* J "sststs In rsastartaui ,1 ncnlib. SIXTY ONI (611 OTHER HORSES ., M3.75 Saint. CMC. OB E Vioc-PresidenU: — Tucker. Esq.. MA. Rid j i>. Chassiwr, HXX Honorary Treasurer: ~ Armstrong, Esq. Holloiary Secretary — Shllstnne. Esq.. M.B.I. FS.A. Honorary Librarian: — Wiles. Esq.. B.A. Honorary' Editor:— J. r, Esq., MA 4161 %  I:M.' (1317 4177 2267 6550 7471 B214 '541 Officer* and Council were ncntu iu oami %  i !" %  *""*• • for the ensuing year:— a new gallery when the > Prssudent:—Dr. Hon. Sir John fundpermit. These repairs ware M_Sc Ph.D. carried out undae the supervisloii R. W. E. c.f Mr. Miles Cecil of Messrs D. M. 7Ml Hun Simpson 4 Co., who generously E 8490 gave bis services without change r 4575 C. R. The Society is indebted to Mr. j Qg]* ^Abu-All Cecil for his generous help E. M. \l A The Thing asVbraryi Belle Suiprise Gun Site Diadem Vanguard Blue Diamond Topsy Usher Mis Friendship Darham Jane 11 A W. B. Bit 3BJ: 7448 4915 7900 3512 8778 2KHH 1431 ;,.,.. 0195 6105 8227 Sweet Rocket Rosette May Dav Ijuirlniark Dashinc I Pepper Wine Apollo Harrowecn Arunda April Flowers CoDatoo Caprlcr March Winds (lavolli Cross Bow Joan's Star Sunbeam Fille d'lran Rambler Rose R R S S T T 0 u v V V \ w X Y z z AA BB BB CC EE F.F. 1324 7116 9974 7505 1944 3754 1658 2267 3304 7406 2460 0679 7139 7414 3132 0411 8531 4290 5812 9054 n HH HH llll .1:11 6405 Slainlr CatsHnal %  UctUhM Qatt %  *• Red Cheeks Twinkle Aim I-osv Billy Bov Dim View River Sprite W.'.i 1. r,. Sunina Cottage Cavalier Test Match Racton Embers S.-ed',ing Apronusk Filing Dron Colombus Demure Tlbcrtan Lady Vonwise Blue Nelly Devil's Symphe Jolly Miller Italic (law Water bell CK'mcnliiia Museum ami Library '., The Museum and lal %  K reived a number of gifts during L the year, but the moat outstanding I, acquisition was the Taylor Cos1. lection of Arawak relics. This wa* 1. .. other Members of Councilacquired lor the Museum through M 387'i Hun GeorK.' Evelyn. C. C. the Museum Collections Fund M 14 SkeU &£ T E. Went. Esq.. The Taylor CoUecllon torthr N MB F W A Yaarwood, Esq with other Arawak material excaN AS -hi close of Hie nomuil sated during Ihe year nrsr the Jneed., MISS Hilda Ridlcr. O.B.E. „te of a former excavation u. gave at ""' ,h ,, boc c, > r,i o .. existing collection, wll make a j; • :;.U1.., had previously (airly r^<~tUv. coUocuon o( j, m7 Mlk on Palestine some the island's pre-history when these 35 nan afO and after a subsequent are displayed together. There is il.il she vestordi.y told ah Inalso much material, unsuitable di-nee of the changes for exhibition, but of interest to of he times, .he issues which ,n„„de„t of areh.eology n._ of front 111 MOBto ami why in some which is of a W* ',""'" SLWta they have bseorne disUnfortunately, the Society. fund, LrSnTl.i do not permit of the purchase of %  sanest -BB~^= '-mffl£^ffl$ h """ iZi ssssw&"-iilS^il-"' S?** ;.;;;-',i";': S':^ !" rSn*.id' l T!5e. „„ $ vw i*. |Wcc AFF t .. H Sfe^jfe s 5LBHiE :-""?; i ; ,, ,fFF f ;^; i !'K,.Msop q "rHe-Slowin. Edition, to Mem. Casu r^^J.^. china. k o.i. liarbwlu. Tuvf Club. C. A LEWIS. Se-n*tn HEALTH BENEFITS I2 SbRIAl. PRIZt* *' KA< Rub it on the CHEST Put it in the HOSE M.TiulUum' B*V1IP MOp* CoUta •ln-*i jionce Put' MenUiotatnin' up Ihe N.-* id RUB IT ON lb Thro-a ud ti j tooa u you btftio to )•• %  > % %  "" cooling MtloUlun' poix. V""' hestt dun to clew % %  4 -u.i ,(tc.l ittUMM opw. up •• th-l you van bcMUo f tJy agun Qwck—" J" tin ol' Mdiov MENTHOLATUM CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange I.ie nicaal i'-uv o/laiM:HALIBUT LIVER OIL iiii H Hill I %  •mill lit•. iooi nri niBdc during Hts l,i(e Members i %  OoddarS. Mr.. A. Sasiv Annual Members A W-t -5, > J H „ L "A C c* .. rh Skinrtrt. C I H HI hn Mr Mi .,,'^ iu, .U M ^ cr V M ': Mi D C LBVIII*. MI The Council B M's -• SES^I^^rsrrK,.Msop a %  •fflsiLMSsF^wftn;-. • • T ^Jr?o.W,n A iJ£ < ^ W^ S4 K,L M N Q P Q S T U V W X Y Z AA BB CC DD EE FFOf. Hi a carnpUp, flroh, hi. Flond. home ,?* V J* ^ a?^ (WDW IVJ !A was elected Cuban Senator and . S TV V. XT /. n o BK [rol || JKI.KNOPD returned to the Island^ ia i? u V n A* S If Ml IE IT mi HH When Prio became President ,„R S T U V W X Y i AA no s-s. 1848 h. pledged that his govern1 Barbados Turl t !" |__ men! would be guided b) UM 0. A i... 'Nationalism, Pan Ameri-'f. O F caalaa. and vliavcrsaium' T %  "~" In •japuoikar 1451 a Cablneld coinprlsiiig members of authenUcT F. D. Barnes defeated D F. revolutionary Democrat ami Lib-•( uko 6—0 e—J-„„_,._,, crol parties was reshuffled liiU TO-DAY'8_ FIXTVItt.s gj on p m a a I ,i in nil I Inli-In 9eiiM Coiniiiand a From paga I gn fi om his Florida home, ASK FOR REAL MEM-THO-LAY-tUM ^m ROAD PHOVtl the world over iFill |14I -ICO naas ^..„ .. readiness for presidential clectlo,„, J2Z fhe U ro,'l o, Membership jo due ^^^ cuUn ^.^Miss g !:;:„ !" ..r"mend, to io.n ba_ssy w ught by surprese b,J „ Ladles' Suaalts W. King v.. Mies the Society. Society s Headquarter. During the year repairs er> carried out on the rool ol Uie jubi !" Gallery, and the row of SS •„, Ihe South "( UM '"'"] %  iiallerv was .o-rooted to ssve the the coup d'etat ol former dem Fulgcnclr Batista _3hP. eae 1 lac byj Presi-^ r.p i vs. Mrs. Frost. G. Patterson Mr ",.'." "'—" W.nlUMl N ^hortlmad lU'sults Savannah Club Tennis Mrs. P. M list P. King. Mm. C. 1. Skinner Warren. Men's singles U. S Nlcholls vs W. Crlehlow. 1). I Latvian vs. H. A. Cuke l J "c. B. Lawlen vs. J O. TrimsL_l '"SjT'Toppln vs. V. N Roach The Savannah Club's Annud • h. Tournament opened yesterday. ..! Tb following matches were "* played. Ladies' rUnsles Mrs. %  R S. Bancroft defeated The following students Shorthand Examination pitman* Institute in Dcecmbc 1951 were successful. Girl-.' Industrial Lntoo 50 w.p.m. Hortensia Farnum and Eileen Herbert Combermere Centre, Kvenrng Institute SO wp.n. Alfred luce. Daphne Legal!, and Winifred TMbst fin WDITI: l>•P'>' %  < %  %  -i "' %  •. <*•—" 80 WAJW Jean CUrke. Dcntoe W *\MK *-*, -0 ^rw^Vcre S r nc*r Sybil Jon.. WJL C A Vai IKMPM' ^ Ute Mrs." J. Connell 8—6. ~—5. H ££ Mi It. ChiUlMioiItun u> wrt. PM fc>i I, J. Ntblock 1—. 1—*. _.. MIM. G. Illgrira defc-u-U Mi" M. vtoud —a: e—1. Mrs. V. I. wonnp deteaifii Ms R Hudson •—I. 8—L Mra'i Slntlc* B. Sisnttt defeated W. H. Vamoofr. skippered by Teddy on the Third Tornad', itegBtU of the tirst strte% which was sailed in Carlisle Bay yesterday morning. The wind wai liunl. SIK boaU •ttartcd. Second wa* Edrtl. and, llurd Comet. The result* were as follow* L Vamoose; 2. Bdril: 3. Comet. 4 defeated I JTempest. 5. Thunder BreakiayX S OnttHiV Wit -rial PatM Offer t I it \ if in and C i pm all on Ihr 111 'IfuMlil PAiHSol PILES iMMM %  %  • *)>"••• li la P," Ions*' rn-'4H.ry •> •'' %  Mitt., luhina .*4 " !" ''!' ftCia! Vno-n MttoW-ll Mri %  "•'' %  '" •tart I" !• mlnut %  •>* ""' nly •"I!" h. l-nll. 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ki.i mn llARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'ESDAV. MARCH M_l" Qahib gajUwg \r% 'Show' Pftty W i..y Tcad Was a Tailor Intramit 1 ..*.RA *iu.u eel I %  ..> i— I.I toa Met %  IUg Hum Mufili-ftl Uy tlir U4j Ne-lM* ..in.n.jumta QJ %  .. holiday stavuij. l CL.,, C,_. MVIM HoML omon 3ia> uJo u 1 H crHu^b.„d > A S..7S.S |, ii.. MN On Holiday A RRIVINu from p„. | Ml h U W I.A. ... for holid.i. MM Dl iOd Mi Forbes from Millo.i. np Maes .iiuwtu. Thc> M by j friend of UMM • li WlUiMM They .irr staying al th. I Untr] U.S. Medico i reuu .,*.. lo uh' up ..n appoiiiiiiiciii J otWoi ji onjuk iincr &1.S* ib ihi dauitnii-i Baral. owner oi ,nt U.ii-n l_o.. iu iloittti'-l uiiU J4i Ml wi M optra siugcr wun Ua| t'.B.l'. and M %  %  i %  v. Dim ..11 Vu %  ol VI i\e K uljr visit %  %  Bj DOW MCSI NorU .mm ii )..'i. afl Sunday la AntiKu,. bIJW.U, i wn-k holiday. He : % %  |Oln his uncUi Dr. N. o. Barton who U slaying at %  ., %  .1 .1. lin. H...J • %  After 22 Years M BS MARjgRIE WILSON of Ht m Ymk ( n>. who paid log with Mr. and Mm Jump* Mar-h .11 of White H-ll. Si. Philip. .;:;:"•' %  '. %  , For Welfare Talks On Holiday KOBEatals, tMOSl QPBlmiQ iwo wrtu holiday Zf here and staying at the Has ca. arrived here yesterday morntings Hotel Is Mr. W. W. Weldon Of lag by BM I*y NrUoa.lo attend Long Beach. California W*M> ai Social Welfare rived on Sunday by B-W.I.A. via Officers in the British Caribbean Antigua. area which Opens Hast i n g Mr. Weldon Is proprietor of a M Houe on Monday. He Is stay-ins al television store in Long Beach. ^LTMSLIS. " H -; i r s *."c : u, For • M onth Island Scholar aait HUWAHD c. SMITH of E r M rilEUIiALDS. ITI New York, arrived here on DspUtj DlfOetol Of BdUcOSunday by U.W.I.A., via Antigui tUda] nd at* staylna. at the lion, received cable news yeslerfor a month's holiday. He was ac.' HoCaL Jay 10 "" %  effect that his youngest companiad by his wife and the.. the MHI Thomaa has been awarded the .ire staying at Paradise Beach Club. si <>f rtighersyi snd Jamaica Island Scholarship for Mr. Smith la a partner of the Public Works for the PrOVUKS Of 1U"' I OH the results of the CamNew York Stock Exchange. lovalooOa. lr.di Hgfm School Corti from Antigua Spend Two Months Attended The Races I-/f lss N KA ABBOTT of AntiA H l> MRS WAl.TKIi \f' { CYRIL BARNARD, planter 11 gua la now here for ttKfSJS ARTEH from England, left -"l* and turtle ..f St Vinren! weeks' holiday staying with Mrs. on Sunday evening by B.W.I.A. fur WHO w*S here for the liT.C Maces. It HI.ike of HsotlogSShe wa %  1 I arhcre they will Join the left ye terday b) U.W.I.A for S( among the passengers SJJ Qotgrso snd will w roiwrniag Ludi H< lb] hen on SUM sVenlng i> 4ng on to Ifeo t:.K M id theli littlson Ii.W.I A 'Iliey had spent hen months' holiI>avld. Miss Blake is employed composer and soprano for further Stay i hal apenuiug a waea holiday staying ai the Ocean View Hotel, Mrs. V. F. Ofcork of England, left for Trinidad on bunttg by B.W.1.A Shu will rung there as I and Mrs. Medhcott WiMareh 24 wbea % % %  I the U.K.. on the SS %  'rangrsladt. Canadians |HS A. G. FENWICK ol Doihuist. Canada and Miss Ena if.x Nov.. Scotia, arrival* yesterday morning I Lady Nelson for two weeks M n i. A jvr —We M fl< BA1 IKKI I DfAJU H weie sorpi standing on thi ti^diiiHil i.tnl i < with a I. i tape-measure arr't Juur Da .. U> thr Ui feait • "Fine." said tat "I'll have your coal read] I"' T" • %  th.diy good. Mr. Toad." said beta "The same rohir ath L or sraoid u like it a bn redder!'id W.lly. "Just a bit red>l< Robin. Ti. liraoff. Marking Nusafcer* ..-—.. — ..-— genie Knaif snd rlanlil ran up lo Willy, uhn me marking some number* d leaf. "Willy, hnt ..i. Hanid eaclaimed. "Why were you mea-nring lhr BOMfl I asked Knarf. Willy || btr-down. He roldM "I'' I put it m ii pencil behind linear Then ami asallt I Can 1i i %  t rlothes toga) f A llanld? A IT'S THE STYLE as climate lhat eausea Cathy Blakely In don mill. n-. and earmufTs .1 Miami Beach. Ha They aimed al matching the awlmsall and have nothln* at all lo do with u*rmlh. M",, 'Staying at cacrabank Hotel I retired but in. man. After Seven Weeks M RS. D. E liAIRD and childr Wklle here, ihej vrere -I.IVUIK .\ Mesvs 0 W. Bennett'nj^ the M irlns BoteL < o Ltd, U.K. Visitor M iss El.lj\ PINKAS from England who has been visltim: Holly WHK1 lllm star left for ,___ _„.„ u v .a„ ,„ .„,„_ ChrkrtiM and AnPuerto R.co on Sunday by B.W.l.A. her S ter M &h llw ,n Al,,,gua >n his way back lo the USA Ii Film Star weaves V*lt DAVID NIVBM Britis .Irew. lell by U.W.I.A yesterday %  nlng for Trniidad on ihelr way was accompam^l by hi* wife. brtoS7u7nlni"to"in;' U.V Ste e-m-ea Kay in „. uv i,.„ „.,,h rl < \4 r Mr and Mi ea. Worthing Newly Weds M r. and Mrs. Guy Maaael who were recently married here. left for Mailinl.jue by B.W.l.A. yesterday. They vxucci to spend .ijU'i "Mnniely three months In Martinique and Guadeloupe berort Mil mg foi i* 11If lime permits ihey may retutri to it.iili.ufo-. (in .i lew (tgys an rout,, in Paris. Mrs Mussel Is the former Ml*s Faye Chase, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Victor CnSOf 'l Aloha'. rtastinga. From St. Vincent M RS p PUIfJn i i ig thr arrivals from Si. Vinrent I'; i i] IUOIIIII,*hi Ihc H M-S. I^dy Radney. She Dai coma on* for a holiday which she Is spending at Ihc Marine Hotel, Rupert and the New Bonnet — 10 ved here on Sunday evening by B.W.I.A., for a short holiday ck to Peru, after spending s< v. h Ihinng their three-week stay in _,. loliaay here slaying at Harbados. they wer e guests of Mr s,„ r *. *,'„ Coral Sanda and the Hotel Royal. and Mrs Ronald Tree of Heron y," Mr. Baird who came out with Bay, Bl James -_^^-^^^_ ihem. left yesterday on a short visit •n some of th c islands before r* 1 t..rnlng to Peru via the U.S.A. He i Engineer of the InternaUonal Petroleum Co. In Peru. For Health Reasons M If C ; I'mi.lP. inenhant of BO • % %  in, Dominie, %  rrlw I morning by the Lady Nelson OB | visit in thr OV 1 'ai hcnlih. He was nerompnnled by his tlauRhter Natalie ami Ihey are staying at "Allworth". %  Me. Dominica Planter H Btl lor iwo week*' holiday Mr. Piter Dewhurst, %  planter of Portsmouth, Dominica. I!,BITtred by Ui Lidy Nelson rwiterdav laying with Dr. KI MI... II It Uoyd-Still of Ih'acons Road first iime f N BARBADOS on hu first visit is Mr. Christian DanUitfn ol Schencctady, New York. He arrived on Sunday evening by H.W.I A. via. Antigua and will be here for three week.staying at the Marine Hotel. He has Just retired from the General Electric Co.. when In rsM '"" working for many years chemical engineer. Spent A Month M RS. CLARKSON IgC < AUL, wife of Major Mc Caul of Toronto who was here foi month's holiday, the latter part which she spent at I returned home on Knnay moriiii. by T.CA. Mrs. T. C Keefer of Mmitrci who came out with her, is staying on for a longer period "U llv.Mil BMMI; "an voti .< i Al tms M "Indeed 1 am! i sV.op. I'm a tail H .n and Bl | : %  foi anybod Knarf .n| moil j'inoyfii :ii h B> wll, Riipt" Mini io tollow id* bus. which ii now diMpptiring in ;h dutinrt. "Goodnci* laiewi how tsr 1 must wilk before 1 SSSSh my corner." hs srumbks. fust Hen ha u> hulfd by fanaHMSi •>• .es. and lha iwa brothfti i -rrf.1, and Fetdv Foa appear la S I'JT irl>el ha relU them what hai ippeiied. "You #nt loo lit. aayi Fetdy. "and it you tolkm that but you'll aci furih*t l*o"i home than ewer." Then I'd better walk tuck a bn," as*a Hupett. B.. Fetdy bee tn unclaliiied il.est. AFTKR a mixed reception when it opened recently. New York theatre critics now rave excitedly over Christopher Frv's verse play. "Venus Observed," with Rex Harrison and Lilli Palmer . Receipts for "David and Bathsheba" have topped the $7,000,000 mark < £2.500.000) . Arthur l**ci acquires the righls to "Seventh Heaven' (remember the movie versions of 1W7 and 19S7?), and is trying to persuade Cole Porter to write new songs and Frances Roland ('Carmen") Petit to .lo the choreography. fata (iiimmu-htimh (\I) T1'E alert, lynx-eyed, longe.Triii reader will by now have sppreeuted the full horror Is going on KiHilruk, trusted by everybody, has delivered lo Egham the genuine formula for the deadly bomb. But Eghum is not the fool he was and his suspicions are amused. IT he could only use his wlta, the trap prepared for him might turn cut to be a trap for the enemks of his country. No wonder Sir H..wkeslelgh Muffet Is nervous. and shows It by drawing pictures ol girls In tights on his blotter in the back room of the fried llsh shop which houses M.I. Zero. He would be still more nervous M ha knew thai at this moment Kooiruk was hammering out a message on the secret radio ho kepi Inside his hat to a dirty little tavern in a dirty little Street in Belirade; and that Dlngl-Poos an s in touch with the sinister Sprats What nobody knew was that Egham had delayed tm visit to Dlngl-Poos, and had carefully changed some of the letten; and figures m the formula so as to make it meaningless Thrv fairly thrtiw il about A PERSONAL advertisement 1 .asks for the name and address of a really brisk and thorough linn of furniture removers. I always advise people to try Messrs Puller. Gelst, and Polter B.B.C. Radio Programme MS New.. II IS a in 7M I I 11 pm Man-hum *d Hie. 4 4S p.m. Sempiim #1 th' I 00 i, ... Talir • %  COmpoeer ol the Week; 4nalna: • p m Pet14 SpuiU Round up aria MUM farBrie. 7 00 pm The New. IB.M %  m i* u as ai at M < %  ii 1 15 p.m Bcndrvnui. 7 to P m ()• %  •tally Speaklna. B 00 p m The Slur> teller. M ::. p n< M.di.. Newireel. p m Hrpari rrom Bnlaln: • 0 Meet Thr <*oinmonwealth. 9 SO lUll A Lauah; 10 00 p m T"i in io p in proaa th. tam.iui M.M. %  i M.l-.en Talfcific 10 %  —-,_ Fabulous Jrabiola For SpeccaC in VALUE HOUSEHOLD HARDWARE winm II SM i siii.it rno.ti *JM IIISIOI I• il IIIH I I II m mm SAMMJEL (-OUR VERY OWN -) i.iuimt\ ./LSI A It It 11 I 10 . A \H:K SHIPMENT lit < I'li 1HII \SM 14 ii SHOES IN WHITE. RED, BLACK, ami TAN. BACKLKKK & TOELESS; SIZES 7—111 & II—2 I KOM SX7I TO $6.(17. CIIILDKK.VS TAN I.ACE SHOES — SIZES 7—10 & II—1 FKOM M.13 TO $5.68 T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS OUI %  c.ii; YOUR SHOE STORF.S Oial 4270 I KIlHia ;rH.\-tHl :ni Ti>.IAY t U -nd I N p n, Ml Uo. DAY Jack SMITH OS v. ISIICIII II vi a t*tl Nrw.re.| "TI S olor be Tathmcolori puss %  oais%  -AT ISUl i M> MISIt HIIOH1 I ' •TT 4 %  IHI lion Vim .-,. M\S I KOM XI -II IlllMlIN ; niviw • 45 i Hamael 0Uin. 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TUESDAY. MARCH 11. 1932 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M. I SET-EN' I-NCE & CO. %  i. norm IK si IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL of fers to all Cash and Credil Customers for Monday to Wednesday only M'M'IAI. Ol I l!IIS arc nm available al our Hranrhrt Ttirriliilr. *|M-i|{IUlM li Ullll Snim Nll-.-.l Usually Now Usually I.EG HAMS (Tender. Sweet) Cold Storage— Whole or '-• I"'STEAK & KIDNEY CDDINC. I'kBH DATES Tins AI'RICOT JAM (2-IM Tins OAK POWDERED MILK .en .IX .85 HO .114 .15 on .72 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltu. Broad Street I II I < I O \ V A II I . it o r i it i i;s BRINGING" UP ~ FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS Photobiography by CECIL in: A I o\ 254 Pages including Frontispiece and 60 pages ol Photogravure Illustrations THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES PAI0!N6 f*WV M0V£4 GIlENh V TH£WltAGEt Cecil Beaton, internationally lamous as one of the finest photographic artists ol tha ii. presents, for the first time, a full and intimate account of his crowded ful twenty live years' C*lfMf< Ilia fascinating life-story, wlm u i rich 111 %  p Ming anecdote* and amusin: always complimentary, "olT lh< itOOfd" reminiscences concerning the famous pcople he has met or photographed, li delightfully illustrated throughout with over sixty pages of photogravure leprodaettonj of his own distinctive camera-studies Cecil Beaton's remarkable i p M I ,i portiaying so vividly the charactei and personality of his sitters is abundantlv >•%• %  lent in these superb photographs. KMIM ol which are now published for the first time They include many charming studies of the Royal Family as well as arresting, unconventional portraits of Winston Churchill, BrneJl Bovta, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Walter Sick,ert Picasso, Augustus John, UM Sitwells, I! .' Wells, Lady Oxford and many other ramoua i ontempoi %  i Writing with skill and humour '• %  < : Be., ton recalls hi M]|j I, %  t. ,. %  : I). li, txpertmtlltl when IILS two small sisters were the long suff* ring but ever-patient models. The story of his early struggles and triumphs; his various techniques and LnAtMB %  and of his first trip to America, whet.h, landed unknown and U-ft after a successful tour of Hollywood with a Vogue contract and i brilliant reputation to his credit are most entertainingly told. So, too, are his wartime experiences as an tl M.O.Bi photugrpaher. covering the w.ii urOBtt at home and in the Western Desert, Palestine, Persia, China and Burma, which make exciting reading. Many of his striking : on-the-spot" war photographs are included among the illustrations. Here is a happy combination of witty, %  ttlll writing and lavish illustTation of an unusually high standard that will appeal U) lovers of good reading as much as it Drill to connoisseurs of good photography. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street and the Village. G reystone Shops, Balmoral Gap



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tiU.I I 1.1 li IIVKIIAItOK AIIVUtATE II ESDAV MASCH 11. IKS \Ktf.\i;u>!&0AL/;UAa. Mirrh II. l5i Fll ACTION Rttll Dot loo Iota tor Barbados to iinlquo upportunti n has to I In the National Geographic Magazine i>r March .HI irttelo entitled "Bart*.: <>i the Antilles" with nd -H illustrations, 19 in natural ; before has Barbados had ouch publicity. Its publicity value has rojiobly estimated at more than $250,000 (US.) The cost to Barbados was which $00 was rofundod by way of free gifts of photographic negatives. months Of January and Mr. Charles Allmon came to Barbados at the invitation of the Barbados Publicity Committee which conSi '200 towards his normal living I while here. The original suggestion lor Invtttng Mr, Allmon was made by Mr, Ph : %  11 Uynng. Public Relations Adviser to the Comptroller for • merit and Welfare, who saw him taking la the garden of Gov;iudad, and was im: with the thoroughness with which doing the work The result of that ion can be seen in the March number of the Na' pWe Magazine. If this WON the ond of the story. Barbados could afford to sit back and wait for the effects of this quarter of million dollars worth of free publicity to take effect during the an. But can it ? I Search through the pages of the March number which contains the article on Barbados will reveal invitations to vacation in West Virginia's magic mountains, to sun yourself on Capri's Manna Piccola, to follow the enchanting Columbia River to P;i root, to visit Europe, New York. Massachusetts. Ontana. San Diego. Oregon. Missouri, the Belgian Congo, Wool M, but never once to see Barbados. Mr Allmon has brought Barbados to %  between live and six million readers of the Notional Geographic Magazine. But Barbados has so far found itself incapable of spending $600 I'S to tell these same millions that in Barbados we could not maintain our standards of living or provide employment for so many of our people without the rr.illmn s of dollars earned each year as %  m tourism.' 1 nimittee has on its hooka "" tho i IETMSJ of no loss than i .in Bridgetown to whom curoulars have been addressed asking for Una 11 of the Comniitn of these eighty firms today contrlbutad only $10 each, tomorrow the Publicity Commiitaa could engage a small fjMM 111 the next available li of the National Geogruphic Magazine to tell millions of readers that Barbados IB more lhan an outrider of the Antilles and that if sugar is king, tourism Is our Queen of industries. That sum of money and more has hud to be .spent recently in the purely negative action of contradicting erroneous statement, < nuinating from Trinidad to the offset that Barbadian hotels were lillcd at a time when they could accommodate hundreds of visitors. If the traders who h.ive so far paid no heed to the Publicity Committee's requests for support' are so blind to their own interests and cannot see that tourism is the only safeguard this island possesses to cushion the inevitable fluctuations of the sugar industry and to maintain prosperity which has to be maintained if economic depression is to be avoided, the recently formed hotel it should regard it as their Te1 ty to secure an early advertise' in the National Geographic MagaOthorwtaa Barbadian lack of vision *< failed to exploit this unique irtuiuty. and we shall all suffer in consequence. MM IS ton llll. a MOSCOW. March 10. The Tinted Stales. British and French w.-ie summoned to the %  I iflloo to-night and were hat > : Germany by Deputy Forlltar Andrei Gromyko. An embassy spokesman declined to disclose the contents of the notes. It appeared obvious that the Soviet notes i proposals for accelerating the i ision ol the peace treaty with Geroui i establishment of German unity. i".l highly prnlxible thai the notes proposed a Four Power me'ting on Gerrn. i ploea soon. Soviet AmbassaI :.km, Russian envoy in Berlin handed (Communist East German) Qrotawohl "f the German domocr o tk republic an answer on FebruBl ll A'S appeal to the Lout* OCCUR fir immediate concilia : %  u treat) with Germany and Iho re-ootablishment of German unity. In their reply Ihi Soviets promised "to do everything in their power to expedite the conch. U rman peace treaty and the restoration of the German state." Bridgetown And Georgetown %  lUah Guiana, net a much quicker dispatch thui *r R. li %  •* %  •'" %  ti.iwnag*' ue her rope ment cargo from Trinidad. TankSC SS^IL nnTlailv *•' %  '* %  >* u• call there for loads of pure ,blc lolbeir crew, wlm ,['"' '-'" ,l 1 "\ Oeergecarte molaaaa. and there are •he bag* are ent to the coaatal veseati* for bringing the M :.., rtSOn promolaases down the eot from thr ..neoperating on lints estate* to be florcd In lanka. The "' molas^s la then pumped Into thlorded^^orTin^J TuTnd^ for m """"' Md ,p Ut tSSSMBI and transhipped to U.K faster and saves more manpower ., nrt r n „H^ Statistic* orawn uo at tne local a,,a '-'" aam II ii.ur and The EK* and Shell Coinpanu na 1 %  diuhaige oil and gasoline fron. Trinidad. There is also a Gove ment coastal fleel and down the river and along th to propel them with heavy oars. Altar travelling for some dls%  the Careenage, they air then loaded — often by hand — the cargo fritn tt waterfront by lot l •rehi — f, M ueiwrrn iw anu IIJI, in.it un uinwr|F on mu K^'" *;'•"' "'"; %  l.M morr .leanuhlp. wul Trmidid. ThenM So ^TfT. I, hle !" . town tuctoour llu.ii at BOd.-tow But It '"" %  • %  •* ^"" %  BlaiaMli i>ini up ..u.^-.. -..—.w -.... lUl)r ,i Ml i mu -t thev take oa. g?Jg^. *X~fr2.l Khest number ffi S^^ToVfSira %  ''•northwest district huh gnM *'** large crops of plantain*, eddoe boa m ISdl wmle the nigheet at ,.„!BotatOf* ctcbndgetown WSS M In 1**1. I'm SutC tln „ , u u in ;l ... 1W40. ZaMirainri !he CIH Aivl ,,d ,,r *P Wm Harbour and The EMO and K sltuauor. i Tv.i m..,r a^r Sh 'PP"K ">P*nment* show lhat send tankers to Brltuh Gula J fu ^t*~n 1M5 and lS51.th..l then disoharge oil and gasoline ^ThJ i :'H ," "''* %  '•*•* mot nshtos and Trinidad. There >s aTsoTGo . n^.,. !" ei cl""^> *> Georgement coastal fleet which mi t £, ,i naasaeli.am town h rbour "" at "rtdg.-tow., 4nd down ,„. riV er and alon. ... ,. S!^i Ki i ha. hour while 1.962 more sailing ,<*„ for the purpose or servo. L^LSS. wh moill > • dloooCT points outsld. of George-ow, IS^SSVH Ul -" l They take * that lops ot th w.-irehou*. shelter the •rorkar* mi t^ wharves. A wharf accommodates on %  hip The Msomaliips' cargo is slung out of their hatches right on lO little motor truck' wifl able platform* — one truck ssrh ing more than one platform Navigation of steamship* is pr carious in UK Georgetown hai ,.,—. boor owlns to the bar which i> M highest ^ f Dssnorai lumber clearing al Oeotgotuwu in B .;_ ^„ ZZ !" i i J 7 hile the highest at llruigc547 in 1*46. The lovvRi *ible for 20 feet TtM harbou •sel* dra less and pilotage ho ] at the lightship, which U about IS miles out to sea from til port, and from there they ai taken In by the pilot Georgetow > high tides a day and ont it those periods are *team*hi| spot* in Carlisle Ba *rlse for steamship skip and. already in the warehouses. I*"" 1 WB l2* 7 m t, ,g!* *H compubtory All -tewnships gotn .he car r i* earned to the porticof*t ""' b *" ^" '"^.'JrJ ,$ W ** harbour have BrM lar spot -.nere it is to be stored. 3 " '*'• Uon schoolers call It is H-at as ea*,% pS at Bndegtown than do at Georgeare re*ng loaded at Oeornetewit ,own D**" 111 lood shelter. I'erhaii. In ..it..hip. ..11 t Ch.guaramu. tor the feet of water to enter at any stal town hua the ndvjnlaxe ol not bauxite and take It to Canada, of the tide shipment, to Canada. With Bar'JZ. crop seam to load -uar for U.K. .cnocner. that are heavl y lade. with cargo sail in with tlulid' The preMncc of a bar aeroM and the eaptolns navigate to lee the Georgetown harbour prevents war.l of the lightship to avoid be I VtLWal ion For East African Territories A definite ITUA' i atton of :.i i ^ HI u n* tunes wnii ihoaa o| oantral Africa is being planned, A preliminary unofficial conteencs, to be held under the auspices of the Cupricorn-Afni';i Society. Is at present being discussed in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia. This conference aims at bringing together leaders of the three East African territories for frank, informal discussions wnii repieswntative* (rum the Hhodesla.* and Nyasaland. Architect ot I ent scheme is Colonel David Stirling, founder of the • Africa Society, who h.is been associated with t h e federation movement in Africa for some time. It has the support of many Ml'' in this country, on both .'ides of the House. Onginally Stuling'h < was limed to precede the ofllctal Central African Fedeiation Con* fuefKf. to be held in London in April. It was mtsodsd that Lhi views of the six tcirilones I MHll I be co-ordinated in some fonn of blueprint for the scheme, which could then be laid i>< London Conference. Tins, it wa* thought, would en.ible the protagonists of the Central African Federation scheme to relate their proposals to the* wider partnership scheme in Africa. Now, after discussions in BsOtl of the territories concerned, and on the advice of num. M.P's in Britain, it has boon decided to hold the conference a month or iwo after the London discussions on the NyasatandRhodesla* link. It Is felt that to attempt too much at once might prejudice the whole Issue. And the sueBy HA/rX MAY cess of the first link-up I tlal if federation is to be extended further. Thar* are m.tny who believe. That if the Centri.1 African federate %  put into aft %  11 benefits will eventually convince hostile sections of African opinion that it would be in Ihe h the territories to extend it to em". IIP.' i losely concerned with Colonial affairs have stronidv Hpportad thi* view in inter %  Evan Labour Mam>fi tor wadnaatwir, emphasised : rnportant' 1 "Both In this country and an Africa there are people who could be frightened off the entire '.< del rorjoct if we rush Uiings at first." he said. "I am opposed to the idea of bunging up the question of East Africa at the time of lb* Central Afric in talks In %  itut i am fulfa la ravau i f th-cf the East African tori the federntion scheme. I believe it holds the greatest S romise for the future. If they old a conference immediately ..f'er the London fe I shall cer| h-bury for •t. 1 Mr. A D. IJodds-Parker. Con|gj ml %  I r Oxford rBanbury lUelaton) who is also closely connected with the scheme. said: %  inihr %  • we could form a stroncvonoituiand political bloc hi Afrka a blw which would prove to the rest of the world thnt the white man and the Afrllive and work together ith the degree of happiness and Micio.whieh it has lcng been >.ur desire to achieve. In particv • nt to l>e able.to demoiirtrnts this, without any shadow of doubt, to our friends in Sou" Africa ond the people of Wt.>; Africa •If we do not succeed In bring ing about federation we wit !.urely see Southern Rhodesia dnt gW of the Union, followed by the break-up of an* degree of unity In Africu." A number of MJ*.> from bou >ides of the House, it la believeo will fly out to the Salisbury conference. Those who are interest in the scheme include Mr. A. E Baldwin, Conservative Membc. lor Hereford (Leominster divif ion). Mr. Patrick Gordon Walkei Labour Member for Smethwic and former Secretary of State foi Commonwealth Relations IT. the Socialist ciovernnwnt, Mr. William Coldrick. Labour Membc %  for Bristol, (Korth-East division. and Mr. Julian Amery. Conservative Member for Pr**ton (North division). In Africa Sir Godfrey Huggin.. Prune Minister of Southern Rhi>desla. and Mr. Roy Welensky leader of the Unofficial Member of Legislative Council of Northern Rhodesia have already slate I tbey will attend. One of tne main themes of ( %  iicusaion will be the steps to be taken to improve the relation.'hiii between Europeans and Africanin the six territories. The supporters of East-Central Federation hope that If a clear and progressive policy is laid down now II may obviate the type of opposition which has so far held up the Rhodesia* and Nyasaland link. Colonel Stirling, at prevent m .Salisbury, plans to return to London next month //// 1I//.WC4.V COI.l v\ Wives Boycott Sunny Land By R. M. MacCOIX WASHINGTON. RACIAL tensions, always latent in the United States, increase again. An unexpected offshoot of recent serror bombings down in Florida is hittmi' Florida fruit growers hard, although nobody likes to talk about it much. Because synagogues and Negro homes were mysteriously dynamited, a boycott, unofficial but none the less effective, has been put on Florida oranges and grapefruit by the housewives of Harlem and the Bronx. And I'm told that the same reason probably explains the rather p %  (a) had record sales worth £77,000.000; ii.tnts from the starting point of teporl Tin ( broadcast begins at api : 7 25 p. m and can be heard In the I 25 and 31 mc'-rc bands. Preceding the above discussion Mew* <><\ y< larattafl tn the British West Oil] be the final talk In HM RBrtai of %  Contemporary in which two speakers have he-n t;ilkinK .ibou*. four colonies in the West Indies. This linn! talk will ba on Jamalc bi I W Evans, CMC. of ahs ColoBlol Barvsca and now of lha lM>..i-tmetil ' Bristol UnJvoi i tha West Indies on behalf of the BBC. This talk beT || p.m. nnd will be fol%  i % %  i.iifly by the feder• Btllnod above. The Teelse Fly ''logrnmme of the week %  Horn of the KK" m which the story thf battle against the which has for generation-, influenced the whole course %  %  left untlUed or cultivated laborlhand-hoelng. since r imals cannot Ul 4 thai ll • For years the battle against this fly has been going on and men ot science fron the great German chemist Erllch. have worked on the problem A few years ago a new drug known as Antrycide was discovered bv a research team headed by Di Garnet Davey and his colleague. Or F H R Curd This not only cures the disease In cattle whieh is caused by the fly but will also give an immunity for n considerable period and may change the face of Afrka Listeners will baav about this dr.ig in the pro&ramm<* whloB laats for a full hour and begins at 9.00 aun on Wednesday. 12th March King; Lear' We remind our readers that at the present time the BBC is broadcasting a special discussion and reading of Shakespeare's 'King Lear' with West Indians such us John Fiaueroa. Errol John. Noel Vai and Pauline Henriques taking part. The series consists Of etfhl programmes In all and began on the 4th February. It la on the air in the. special West Indies half-hour—in tho 25 and 31 metre bandon Mondays begini nlng at 7.15 p.m. PAPER SERVIETTES in Pastel Shades 80r. prr IOO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Brod Street & Crry.Ionr, Hatting. Congoleum... I Six Feet Wide Ph. 4472 Fibre Mats in 4 Sizes C. S. Pitcher & Co. ALL HER CHILDREN IN NEW YORK, petite, blonde Mrs. Else Schlemmer, president of one of the oldest household goods stores in the United Statos. summons her employees and says: "I ha vino children of my own—you are my chi.drcn And 69-year-old Mrs. S reve.il.-. lhat -she is naming 100 of them in her will. SLOW SHOWUP in Trenton. New Jersey, some veiy long faces. Not long ago they opened a graft. now by-pass. 118 miles long, to ease trafli< congestion on the New York-WashingUm route. Bui congestion on the new road is already just as bad as the congestion it was suppose* 1 to relieve—it is beinn used to the tune of lfiu per cont. of the expert estimates, nnd 200,000 cars crawled along it last week-end. NEVER, MR. CABLE CLARK GABLE, returns in triumph to M.G.M. in Hollywood (he's been off salaiy at his own request since last November, pending the divorce from the former Sylvia Ashley). And producer l>jrc Serial y announce* that C.oik'.-, firsi film will he the aptly titled "Never Let Me Go" TOO TOO SPORTY A LONG, hard look is taken by Federal Communications Commission at 15 radio and TV stations, which it thinks, give too much attention to horse-racinir results in the afternoon. ECONOMY LINE MY favourite headline today—the Wall Slreet Journal saying: Tourist flow lo Florida playground is laggard — tightwad trend noted." All Wool Tropicals Made in England 9-10 ozs. JO ins. DA COSTA & CO., LTD Peopl who KNOW V:p —always ask for HARTLEY'S jam th f reoteit name in jam-making SAUCES IMPROVE MEATS AND f MEALS A.I taurr II.r. Sauce Ti>m*l Krtrhup Prepared Mustard Mustard v .. ki. MU.-d Pickles < % %  I %  r Halt Flnr Table Salt FISH It %  >/1 ii ll ulil


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II >*l<\\ MARCH II. 152 II IKBIIMls VIIVIK ATI: P\OI IIVF t,000 Earmarked For Repairs Ann "l Report of the Museum To St. Joseph Paroehial Building? AT their meeting ycsUTil.. Si Joseph decided on Ihe recommendation of their Building Commitlee to earmark $4,000 lo be spent on repairs and alterations to their parochial buildings. It was i : lo tix the rate on land in the parish at £3 10s for the next parochial year, an increase ut 10/DW the rale lor last year. When the nutter came UB an the Agenda, Mr. Haync* moved mat the rate be the same as last Mr Smith made a counter motion that It be £3. 10i. Od. Speaking in support on his motion. Mr Smith pointed ou that (or many years t.v land had remained at £3. while trader*, particularly m shop -keepers were being assessed o n money which they \nrr not making. He argued that in pite of the lie in cost or commodtues. the retailers made the same margin ol pioflt which they had received before the increased cost, and because they did not keep books, they could not really show the extent i i their business. He U It that many of those small traders were not able to pay the taxes for which Us*) were assessed. Ttatj enrt asked to carry the tremendous burden nf providing the balance i>t " ~ PROF. Decision In Wounding Case Reversed (<>r children taking art an a sub-• UM j* ill be General ( i inland'* history, which \w? !" ?i *T h,l mon nt 'be A talk oa a ibngrVen MUMUBI Thv Taylor Cttll • ... of | , £,, "Sr? J P II '''I---I f-i frorn Quei which Mm T^^r,*^ J.>u.rma. MM00. One instalment wa. paid umber Ital, Is 1 in September, and the llnj\ inpublished Owing lo gggg* — * ^ l i HiM ItW duoUon 11 bi tontribuu.m i.. IMs f„ mmry t, include ..dveiti*.nK in *ent to the Muwum or to th. Hem the Journal, and the Council E grateful to adverti aac i who have taken space. of A.'Treasurer. IH A Exhibition* and l#clnr, Hi, w..rahip Mr E A UcLeod JJ" Melstnej the ... JH^^,t u .a, Police Magistrate of Distnc. "A %  wnpanic*l h> I .. J*"*"*! " n "' %  '' I without prejudice "• alU to ih, a case in which Fit, warrSTol "*••< H %  (.ami St Michael ... Tn* foilnwmg artisfs hel.i Z. \ !" '" %  %  i -. undag mi,..,. cn^bl, .,i i.j untiring i itori u i %  The Mi ut the %  eeompllaninenU in all Mus and latt Annual Ri moet part %  ttiibuUbW to the Land si Muhael. was Thr hallowing arttafi hell llTaotft %  .%  I n June 29 with a stick. M ""'m Sybil AM. Honour! ordered Worrell dad ' B hagen. Ma. %  i ..f JO in 14 days or gniodhageii of Brll Ifc'l imprisonment with Harolil Connotl i our Counsel in in,em **rt J KCLeod, and t;.. I K r Brancher for *> %  Arnold Prince an.i i ind Mr. J. S. B Dear Adams of Antigua btbat '.V... .ell K-1 wards lo|d the .u." thai on June 29 at about a.MBW*5"B^SSB3T* rt !" -S!S!Miu !oU&a&&A%aUSUI tnd hit him at the back *' raft s. (inn. i im head with it He ihe*. wept ****** loanod i>> the 0 the General Hospital Com. ,, r u/ei .„. Dr. D. A. Gale said that he ex*flan pain tin;.-!, loaned were aKo h..,,, 7< -s fj l0 ""*' D 11 alii ibutal.le 1.. (he CMIdreni A.t feinting ot mLmmtm ,,, ^.-.UH.,, U BEASLEY PRO. BuAt*X\ LEAVES HtR CATTLE TALKS Profesaor C G Bvaslev Eco*"*'"* %  ' Edward* at the General HarriM.ii Esq.. The Barb* nonuc Adviser to CD. k W ui ""I' 11 1 Ju "e 2* %  ml femnd togi.^hlc Bociety'i Amu il | i I money required after the land I mar had made his contribution. and this balance was hoing up all the time. He therefore moved that the rate on land should be increa-ed to £3. 10s. Od. Mr Jl Ca rU T ""^S 01 ^ r e *• Wtk tat^TiSTvam colony ,hai m hM •" %  "" %  %  h"" 1 *l ,b > u "<• %  nd a"u_.. argument put t^wrd b V M over the week and by It W 1 A Tn,s cu % %  l bre.' toehsaj long Exhibition in aid of |hj Smith and produced figures to [o hct(| lhp Specifll g^J and an X-ray exan.i CollecUoni Pund •raw that the trader last year paid appointed by the Jamaica Govno bone injury. He was disLmUreg 4.*tings a rate of II.S In uie pouiia. aicrnm€m t „ enuuire into the tha'aed the next day. The injury ol the SMiet\ ba I>; Al'bre> most 1 3 of what he made, as Ca ,„ p induBry. could have been caused by %  blunt Graves on "Hong Kong", Dr Ida against $4.10 paid on the acre The terms of reference of the instrument. Grave Like Wr. Smith, he lt ifcit Beard which includes Dr HugMoney m the West Indies.'' Mr trade was carrying a terrific burgins. Director of the Institute for Wound Proved J. C Hammond. MA on The! den and he suggested that land Economic and Social Research ol Addre'sing (he court Mr. VlCtOI „i Mi Hugh should be rated at £4. He later the University College of the Branckcr said that the cae mi s.,.tt us, f i, ls t ivt op A made a motion to this effect, but West Indies, are to make recomone in which the wound was Tour thiough the United 91 it was not seconded, and Mr. mendatiuns with regard to the p .ve.1 The case was ost*bli<.hed which was illustratcxl b\ coloured Smith's motion was agreed to. establishment of the cattle Indusand the defendant should be conslides ami en,. , to found a long-term basil Meted of wounding his client with A course of 4 lecture* ws oU mSm.J^S'^SS'rf %  • Uck The doclor h -"' mU # tv 1 bf Mr Jonn HarHaon, Art ^J?.L p T?l u ^! on ^ ba ber was a wound on the Bxhibiuon. OnVer, BrlUsh ainant's head. The evidence Council, on "Looking at Pi of three witnesses showed that a Mr. rinrrUKNi alao gavi stick was used on Edwards. 4 leeti i ENDS HOLIDAY Mr Norman Padmore. a Bai badian now resident tn Trinidad beef, milk and milk products at xirnD i, an a member of that colony's prices fair to the consumer and „ r IK constabulary, returned to Tnnlproducer dad yesterday evening by B.W.I.A. The appointment of the Board after spending three holiday here with his in Gill* Road months' follows public outcry about %  clatives recent increases in beef and t prices in Jamaica. ilk "Albocora" Calls Here To Refuel THE fishing motor ship "Albocora" left Barbados last Magistrate had "misconceived tin ;,. night under Swedish Captain John Hilmasson on her way %  "" %  ??*?** to her OWnerl In Columbia. Sinarrived at Barbados on %  Fridav last to refuel, and will be passing through Colon. *-^ ry m Panama. Cane t ire At An American type ol veseel bulu In Sweden on Bwedish system the "Albqcore" VII sold over to the Icopesca D llfliVV Tllltlttl Mr. Dear said that Edwards tro*" al the Mliasinn undei the could have sustained Ihis injury %  uaptcei of the Bxtri Ml if he had fallen on a step which partment of Universal) < oliege. %  rai likely H both men had a WcM Indies, light. If the man fell on a step Other Activities and got that wound then the ease The Batlwdoa Phllatelb B etl should be dismissed without prejuil(1 ,| f)|1 Advfjoo COBU due. the Kxtra-Muial Dei'iinmen; ,,t In revei-iing the decision Then Univei-dv rollaga. West Indies Hots Mid thai they had ii>continued Us hold then i ...i-ufully to what both „. ,..,. ,. , fhe ( -,„.. counsel had said, but they could afforded similar tacUlUO la I not help_ feeling that the Police Theatre 1'ruject foinnutlev ami i b a d o s Photographic and pla.eii at the di.s1 of the latter Society a isusel cell for use as a dark Mm, The Council was also glad pig, 1:5 For Using False Name the Library al the du.1 Of vlsitlnK tutors fmm I'nivemity College for the purpose of inlai viewing students. Atlendame During 1951, 9,380 persons visite.1 the Museum ..s .oiupareU wiih B.4K0 in 150. Thes.!lun-; do not include altendaim %  v |g* Company which is 50 per cent. Government of Columbia and 50 per cent, private enterprise BMITV ANn TI nPF ottAR The laeopeaoa hag bought three _*/' ,iM AN ," THBEE-QUAB,„ l9 TER acres of third crop ripe canes %  ailed ovei to then. "> "" %  %  '•" "' * %  >"*" w ''"' %  nd tn others are ercnit'ttil it, ourni when a lire I.-;.IM .r M -rough Barbados on their Wflday and Upton PlanUUona, St tures .meetings or children altendCobunMa Within the next Michael, nt about 11.45 a.m. on "WJ the ChHdrwi: four months. Saturday. The fire started at WilHer Swedish crew are expected dey and spread lo Upton. The His Worship Mr rL A. Talma, to take 'plane from Columbii canes are _the_ property of_ D. F. Tnp ciuidreii'* Museum had .. busy and successful year Grouptrom 8 schools regularly attended four times each teim, and duiing tho Christmas term, Christ Church Girls' Foundation School and the Ursullne Convent also H'lil gniuj Classes were held as i Museum. Children's Museum al Police Magistrate of District 'A" hack lo Sweden where they will Webster of Wl'ldey and C> yesterday ordered Fitzgerald Gassign on ihe second motor -hip Trider* Ltd.. and wenInsured km of St George to pay a fine of t" be carried over for the The lire extended to the lands £5 by ins'.a I menu when he found laoopMta Company. Capt. Hllof M. Edey of Kendnl Hill and him guilty of giving a false name masson will remain in Columbii burnt a quantity of ripe canes to Sgt. Bancroft on March 8. to leaisi fishermen there to operwhich were not insured. 1 '" *"' %  of ship. it idw, burnt a hob, s, x Inches .cora is m diameter, in the roof of a house Sgt. Uan.Toii told the court that was on duty along Belle road ,haf one lanVoJof' Traunr was )" "^"ov'l '''^nZt'ciVu^m U,1Uw ="" lc """* Wanta and saw the defendant standing mentt ^ 1)V lhp vso uX„vv\ C S Church Tin LI Ci Uve "' Summer lcm S m '' In bv some canes with a bicycle He 1(mm .,| ltu ,,,,,1,1 (((I ,,„. purpoge ,,*',-, %  which attack Man"; Clirutwent to the defendant and asked of ,i ril | lnH out the best system off 77. „, r u iu Grant Pi ,ma. na , toJ ea to hool teachers on 'ChUwhioh 1extremely useful .in '" Pwkcnngs Plantation Ltd The . lirt ,. .. d peteful appreeiatlori 01 HMa>*e>l ia>|| ;si Auditors %  grateful U 1. pltapatnek Graham k • I tfton Sore Mouth I 3OM lloody Teeth I %  .... %  n M. Mh .-..I I 'i.iulli and quukl^ .. (M wu. hoe .imi tinillKeiiikl r.k-1. PLY *£>AA Enjoy Ihe hospitality, comfort and thoughtful service which have made PAA "first choice" of veteran travelers the world over. NEW YORK Vis s.n]u>i>ot bi iipniiDajili lines from Miami lteduerd lS-day, n iinritrt|i Fictinkni Fun now tn -ftVit froni Inn In in MIAMI ItOvaWntl mm >(on rT o. .... o pumped Ihroufth perforations in M the pruporty of B. 'Packer and lila'form attached to the side* of were insured. &gaSeVS?AjS^-yiLSPSS, a^ TZ^f.!^^^'^ and 15'-in 14 days or one months ne ar the top in large quantities 'ruuerty of I B Parrls ol the terday accepted the resignation of imprisonment for relating Police Fishing Is done by nets and Unea. 13 ul.ntat on The damage i Mr A L Coward from Ihe poet Constable Denny. A tank with a water capacity ,, v iira -* rw—-1-** .Ko. *. !" ri..i Tlie Miflence was imposed by His „* 2 4 tons la aft of the Aloocoro < v 'r 1 ,,> -,ns Worship Mr. H. A Talma yestcrWhen the tank is full, the bat;; day. of the boat sinks to waser li 10'For Blackguarding Organist, Vicar Of Si. Anns Kcaigii that P.IIC. Consubl. Denny M ,d S^n^ !" "iv" •S' 't.nif V '' """"" -&„* ? ""SJ'L* tl?"".Ji.! %  "P"" '"'" %  *1 wu! dea'l Western. St J"*., at about 10.IS of Orjanlst of the St Anns Chape rOUR AND A HALF ACKKS of ^th effect Hum the end cj the second crop and IX acre, ot parochial year %  %  lanim crop ripe canes were They appointed Mr. J A H<.r.t %  on sla months' probation u. RJ the vacancy. Friday. They are the The Vestry alao received a MfT. CROIX •T. THOMAS llnjuent Highl* by i*ill t.'onvalrtype Cllpprr*. Convenient de|Mfturs titi.ei You can now "lly PAA" to F.UROl'i;. Mliril AMKHICA. \HII( V Ml \K II. Hi1-Alt I.AS1 in fact, cnnpletfly around the world. For 22 years the leading international airline-PAA was first to link Ihe Americas by air. first to fly to all si* continents. For tttcniitiimi. wr your PAN AMERICAN H'lxt/i l/WH tt\ IIA COHTA ML CO. LTI Broad Ml. Phone tm (alter hour* Btal r,', *X'a'*'.**'-***-*'--''*'.-**-'-*.*-*-' WHAT THEV SAY! > u .* keeping li.-ing n^ t n. he was directing tn>> trarnc Hah tf i, rn fresh hv rofiitn-r. n on rnauy. u; % %  %  —~ *—" •—%  • — %  y at the Junction of Roebuck and $£, '" *"" ,mh "" ""'•""„—„, „f A. L Jordan of Oarter from the Rev Adams-Cooper Palmetto street.. The defendant Tne Albocora .has part of .1 den and were Insured. Vicar of St. Anns, ask n them rode up and when he stopped him „, hln< factory machinery on Tho fire extended to the land, to conaUat certain repairs U the he began lo abuae. He trk'd to ooard. The machinery is for „ of Albert Reld and burnt half an Vlcuraire and Church, and .rial-rest the defendant, but he refactory that will be let up In ... re of 1 die cane, which were. tormina: them U slsted. Columbia. 1 ,.t insured. I resigning next September. IT %  tar MBST HoxtT m IVLI in-ii .Mi %  MMHK %  Oat I -.,. ro Ml WU 1-.' bffot* all • '" Wft ITE T&*" ff/fOTB SHARKSKIN W wickr. to Yard $2.14 WHI1 K WAFFEL PIQliE 36" wide. Per Yard $2.44 1.97 ( Kl I'l BACK SATIN 36" wide. Per Yard 2.03 I'l U\ < RI I'l BACK SATIN 36" wide. Per Yard 1.59 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10-13 Broad Street V.IIIII SHANTUNG 36" wide Per Yard S3 01. $1.50 SIM s IMOUE 36" wide Per Yard.. SM.MYRA CREPF. DE CHINE 36" wide. Per Yatd 2.0J Si 1.1A I THESE NOW. MHSSRS. A. S BKVPl v MNS (BARBADOS\ LTD., t P.O. BOX 401, I.! JGHTOWN. BARBADOS T. C. P. I RK.M.I.Y SAFE I.IVlin .XXriSKPTH •ttlnf irrmlrldr. II can be iwed n%e. throat and e\e. but alv. internallt. I OMOTIS K\l'lll III AIIS<. ON SALE AT ALL DRUG STORES KNIGHT'S LTD. — Distributors I SURE RELIEF FROM ? •! PAIN AT LAST, i s :; ; ; BOOTS FA*IIL UNIMLNr I •...•-,%> 1 Vthlrlr, -; I -Uuwii ;, r"or Kh'-unuiiMi, %  •lin Neck. Miff MM i' "prain. Krui*r,. n i.. 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MUM Afaain IMMT • I'l U lRI t, CO. Cncland. \ VYIialeule Price oa ,< ii.i.:.. iii.,1. .S.'MKFI.\ PLAIN QI'I.KN OUVEH —prr Jar I M ItlRBI s A.SPAKAt-.l s MH I' per lln Jl LKTONA GRPEN PEA Hill I'—II' lln .M AI'HTRALIAN I.Eli HAMH II?—n ill*, ^arh) l.l i mnniini • IIUHUII nix* —per lln I.C4 'I his rrh >l till 1 I III Tl II WHOl.t I \l I II UIWr.R—prr lln KRAFT rHBERE 8PRBAII l"r pht AI'MTRAI.IAN HTRAHIII Kll* J\M— I; -tts lln HI'S PAT NAI.TEII IASH1 \\ M T> i*r lln Sl*N PAT HALTED Pfl \ M I -— prr llw SHIFT'S i III I -I ,,. Ij-oi Un III Tl II HAl'KRKksl'T—p>r lln WEETABIX Larar .Sir: Small TATF A I.VLF < ASTI R si I.AH prr pkl. COTKADE FINE RIM STAXSFKI.IK SfOTT A . l.TH. SI IKK—in Pink. Illi While— 11.72 lo $1.44 36" i l; I l i is si limn $1,211 lo Mr. \ I. $3.51 lo$l..in .1 IMfTTMl Ml'SI.IN—$..;.I., SI.00 I'I'RTAIN NBT8 I'l.AII) I.INIillAM—4/ l 3/S COTTON I'KINTS—$l.i ni/. ALL ELASTIC niRl < S in Mi'liillin mid I re Niirs— $2 00 l.ailns COTTON VI SI al 67r. and 7 PANTIKS 2 pitor $1.00 PI.AY SUITS— I II Nylnn 2-I'c. UA'III SUITS —$S.IW PaUNTB) (KI.SIIUNI. $1.6$ lo$l.2n.vd. PLAIN MA III II AIN in .i H'idr riiliijr ol i nil urs—$2.04 lo $108. < KKPKDK-CIIIAK in While. Powder B*Xf, Mustard, 1'ink and is... I. Irani %\i\ la $1.00 yd. PLAIN SJIKKK in III... k only—$1 II, I SI.20 KLOWKKLII LIMN —$2.4$ la $2.00 yd. I'll.SKIN in While, Saxe, Pink -nd Kayul —4Hc. yd. AKT SILK in While, Piinh. S.ilrnon. Pink, and Sky— 71K-.. lo 4Sr yd. AKT SILK Hill .(All! in Pink. Blue & Whin—Hje. lo Bile. PLAIN SIIANTUNC;—flrev only— $1,113 lo $1.44 PLAIN SHASTTN*;—BluV. Green, Hose and MiiMurd—$1.42 lu $1.20 VX^/AVA'.V.V/.'. BROAD STREET H