• • i %  i: p ...i r. "I the "' >ini..issiuii U.N. Take Year's Worst Pounding t >um should toi 'proirreaatve eontinuiin'' dbcloaiue of all imcnte and I : %  ) 0| lljt.. Mp| I %  %  on .ill arrreo torCM aWl armaments, toctufl I ontroi nf %  i K> -*ri.L the elinnn.i |KB9 nf .ill inujor weapons adap'a%  mtloti All Slates |BO I .i to limn thati armed forces ami inn %  erUsln karaj %  %  ul control onlo said. "The nalions' leurti4ve multiplied thrlr armaaX the mtiim* iim> luve miilii i.ii.-.l it., i, fear* People of the world look l< %  mission to find a way ii 'his process and t. ..iinv. balance hv of by production of urine, and nrmament" Activities Of Social Welfare Adviser Mr. Wilfred Chliu C.M.G.. wlil March Ulh personal allowai tor^idinJ "• %  > M, Kldy o .„ > %  xpenscs Y.M.C^.. be held They will stay at the A-here the course i: unce that he would ro-niiernte with the other representative and Gasolene Retailer* Resume Sties KINGSTON. JVa., March 14. Jamaica gasolene, retailers resumed sales to the public this afternoon as Lhe three-day strlk..gainst what they termed the mal] increase in their profit marit in ended. Instructions to call off Mustrike issued by the Gas Man Association following the stand taken by the Government with the full support of Bustamanlc not to reconsider their decision to inerease peting of the hich were da for th' W.l.C.BC Mr. Kidney said that as he saw It. representative" were appointed members *f the control Board, hut they should report fully on all Mem discussed bv the Board, so long as those matters were set rlowTi on th' *enda. originally planned a* a courtesy call. The primary intention was a ftstl OJ euurtcsy on the new Elsenhower told Mfrgmen after the meeting." But I was highly delighted to find out that ko i> full report on lhe mailers I 1 ."!' Iu w '"•'nch Oovenim.nl will %  . IffllllKI' 1;. -ln limit i.l it.. ..kill!.. John Goddard Expected Tuesday The Advocate was reliably informed yesterday that John Goddard. Captain of the West Indies Cricket Team to Australia, will arrive ui !3aibados on TUCMIU.. naStt week by plunc from Tr dad. No information has yet been received as lo when Denis Atkinson will arrive. follow to the limit of Its ability |the policy of pursuing peace andi I strength through collective security 'bv the nation* of the West" Pinay already had won tho approval of the National Assembly to begin his programme to stave off National ban.. | The Assembly !..-,t night adopted 301 to 101 these two measures proposed by Pinay us the first step bask toward solvency: !•, A roqueat to the Bank of Prance for a loan of *25.(K>O.OUO m gold to i educe the Nation's debt to the European Payment* Union. The loan will be repaid with Allied gold reeow any 2. Postponement from March 20 to May 15 of the roi>-< lb* 171.425,000 loan reM 'he National Treasury. ThM *ill p-'rinit the goveinrnent to use any funds on hand to pay administrative employees. —D-P. Another Project %  laa working on another project Recently arrived in the edlonj from London is Mr C Troughton who ha* ben • is'lglnd Ule task of est,ihltslline %  • in ovule f;n II : • lhe timber. If this enterprise looks like proving satisfactory the company will i*fc Ui set up , pickling" facfoiv t.. provide pork for local on in the colony and possibly later for export. The farm they operate is In the fL.nan.i Bank region, one of the lb* colony. Much of Its open land and the retnaiixirr been cleared over the years prm-ide suitable grazing i tun The farm has bean operated a loss but only because l,' %  vaa done. object ln-ing to f eniplci>" I'.pany It is learned here that D.CXJ. e-iniprirent LH likely to •< -1 governI %  if n is onered fur sale by auction bids may made by the Belize Estate nd Produce Company. A uiAinn BiMlget Attacked BY MIIMTS" I iiion LONDON. March 14 National Union of Mine Welfare Officers In all the Briti-i bbean territories Is Ijeing In Id at Hastings House These meetim 1 not open to the general publn the agenda has been HCMM from tliii. s/SastefuJ ipproa < %  ii itv and tow..nl %  I -tin. tive approach to a aystci itkB plan for getting mil f % %  mtdel f.ni i Kun... atari MUSI guns raks mas In the heaviest arul tn year Thursday -nd burled b-tulion tuwvault at the hard i.gnting Unitrorces on i rront. Oaak was beaten off I Un.uigg.r aeuons of the "pctvaW" war being i NaUons b] UM Kurean in Eastern according to Kignlh Aim* i ommander, Genual James A. Van t %  bava DaOfs ..inltir.. m Korea United Nations can -iJiiimed 3,155 rounds Into lhe %  ei. doap ui bunkers and holes ln i lb Kastern Fronl i ,; lul by l,3Uu rouiiUS U w at tiller,, dcrnoostraU-iii. A full tsatbslwn uouui 700 n.eii Norlb Korean troops atr. H,dge" sector .... i Ltad SUtas' sod the TuxWaii Brireah Ln Punctai-rwl" sector, United Nations dug in oppokit. 1st strongibillty We must no) —ivr Scouts Pleased With J'ca KJNOBTON J'ea March n Major J E Grimtl %  I 20 |0Ut| DO Caribbean Jamboree in Januuc. ple.ised with Jamaica and lhe reception given the i a the* told the Press tod.. Major Griffith said Crilihean Jamboree compares fav.uirnlily with tl nig of A'< irrowi Park. Bag] King's Bi RuddiV ns selected to .t Jamaica on Monda>. f.*>k part a ilotilile or notiling progranp question.and .ind was %  ""' of the maximum priv m '< d -II iiuesUons The Jamboree which guns. A patrol or the 14th Kcgtment in the 25th Division killed tan i ommiinlst soldiers and wounded at least 20 ln a "heavy engagement" fought near the northern most crest of Heartbreak Ridge. Koitv-ilfth Division forces retook %  hill they lost on the northwest of Yonchon on the Western Front. Southeast of Pyongyang on the Central Front tanks of the 72nd battalion made a brief foray Into lines. the air United Nations* i nbers continued lhe clock attacks on Red i r.iration lines Thin I rhnllengrd hv D P und LIMIT ON BANK DEPOSITS RAISED At %  if ir Ssttl n g '.' %  ih, 1952, It was agreed to ,. on] $1,440 00 to W.400.00 with effect March 5 concludes on March 17 las front th< 15th of March Decision Reserved Until Tuesday irr-un Our Own CorrvapondVnti KINGSTON. J'ca., March 14. The Court reserved Judgment I l>u r*. Ilnuiii largest -nd one!** "•! of the lion Joseph Malof has most influential unions, ..t-i*olm. Mmter off Fxlucatlon and tacked the Churchill Government [his wife. Ellen suleotn > Budget bitterly and announx-'d, Spanish Town today after several tnnand wage Us-1 My** hearfJb] Off BVaaV aji %  Ml [charges of conspiracy I The Churchill Government has ( farm workers seeking "call cards" I truce with for US. recruitment, the trad* did not personally give this mine union's action snot{evidence but lawyers .win. |nllghtcn the danger that lurked << %  ever since the CottfigvsM*i victory — that the unions would use In asSS tf lal strikes to fight The .(mt. ,]*iSn' %  K1A. M I rhs r> strike situ ii f'.ur \i i '• %  ( %  H IpBfiaa) %  hare and "... pi iMce i i Lidded V ttUm la* tie rwlmalre pto] asoard tke 'Emprsss of $c5\lao-. Germans Train Egypt's Army CAIRO. March 14 a* 'ethnical advison. %  i h mdful of German %  tenants of I inny. %  eluding at lsad • M The sources said thera General are advising th<' i Army on Mairdrig staff on luUes accord-j round of the Isriieli war or wH ling to authoritative sources ol ultimately aral, an expert in! loom again t Britain. big ired warfare, has neon lbs gaij Germans at pre tnt i Isigned to the newly appon-ied : a-ged are oilleers whose du'.i A'estorn armoured units of the Egypt .an consist of aclmg ... ipecl.il army. Other Germans are acting ] cai adrisors to somo Egyptian | i t More and more people are saying TRUMPETER



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%  SATURDAY MARCH I S IN] BARBADOS ADVOCAR 33-Year-Old Guilty Of Stealing Cloth Gets 18 Months If A TOY Ol 110*01 It A jury deliberated for 20 imnutes at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday and found M-ye-i-old Rawle Ho] Chase Lud, Si MtchMl, guilty of obtaining fou lengths from Aziz Abraham bv false pretences and steal'.n, three suit lengths. The otic inmitted on 11 ber :i. 1951 Hi! Lordship the Acting Chief Justice. Mr. J. W. B Chenery sentenced him to 18 months' imprisonment with hard labour for each of the offences and tne sentences are to run concurrently. Police Constable Emerson dence u that Abraham tuvdleo Howard told the court tfiat the in %  motor car and saw the acaccused had two previous comiccu < J standing in a shop and lions for i mU l nlM money by wcKoneU to him. Abraham had rate pretences and was on prop*,„i Wllh hun wh|cn ^ lld 252?" I J. ***" f.L m ronuined four suit lengths. In the October "S* W Comm,Ued 0B course of their ci.tian Probauon Officer Wa.cott ^jjK iST* ' "" hc "' applied that the order of proba^ r 5fJ r£L ., tlon be discharged and Hit LordAbraham told the luv ahip the Acting Chief Justice rec5* ch I" 1 10 wvul < cost h" *2U ognised the application and sen5 >* r %  ^ rrrangement •>( ,,ttenced the accused to three Un tn money, the accused said months* imprisonment with hard xi "> 1 h ook and h rt ^ P V ,e u AC o m ^w hler J ££ thwe was evidence produced |q accused had no bank at Bare. y< Bank. tice Mr. J. W B Chenery tolA. 'L, him that he showed from Headdress that he i* a man of aome %  ability and it was a great pity to '' v u cpt the evid. see him abuse such ability Abraham about what the accused Mr. F E Field. Assistant to mid to him on December 3 nbou the Attorney General, appeared having owned five Mred ears n< for the Crown In the case. Holder havini' a fur*"-, then VMI W was placed before the court on a bar* no difficulty tn reaching three-count indictment. On the verdict rccnlinp "> ih. first count he was charged with obtaining by false pretences from Aziz Abraham four suit length: and on the second count with stealing three *ui< lengths and on the third count with malicious damage to property. The first witness called for the prosecution was Aziz Abraham who told the court that he is a salesman. On December 3 he saw At the Court of Grand Sessions Iho accused in a shop and the yesterday Arthur Murrell of accused called him and asked Christ Church who was fuumi him to show him the suit lengths. fu,ity of forgery uttering a forged He showed the suit lengths to document and obtaining the the accused and the accused amount of $300 08 by fraud from asked him how much a suit would the General Hardware Supply cost. He told him that a suit store was sentenced by His I-ordlength would cost him $20. but an ip the Acting Chief Justice Mr the four suit loiujths would cost j ty. B. Chenery to five years' him $64. sycnal servitude on each of the first Suil lengths Inspected two offences and one year's irnThe accused said that he had to prisonment with hard labour for go to St. George to his aunt who the third offence. The offci had money for him and that he were SCHOONERS START nsm\(. I soil %  stoat staadOj u. loss than four schooncK wMcfc Islands W'U pradtoa have been turned mtu fishing schooners. I r | IUIW d< i msnl el*e but go to Ih. I makto large catches of deep at* !:-h faff the various islands. They -re the SiUMhlste It (she h ItftV ponril) srorklasj with • Oil i/... but is sun a Ma* md I HlrtMl II t .. i i..i, %  i i..in,.,i i.A-.i> silver lUrrletl WhilUkn an I • |S| herjaek Mac (GrenadaI. MOW cquipix't with lag tackle, m i. i %  %  ... i CONSTABLE BERESFORD QUEEN melees the Baton of Honour from Hon B A. Turner. Colonial Secretary Right to left are Colonel R T Michalm. ComuUsionei of Pollca. Hon. R A Turner and in %  Recruits' Passing Out Parade Well Attended 5 Years For Forgery NEVER forget that the Police should be the friends of the people and the enemies only of those who break the law, Hon. R. A. Turner. Colonial Secretary, told Police Recruits at the Passing Out I'arade which was held at District "A" St4oon yesterday evening Hs) rtmhtded them that they were the first batch of local recruits t> pass out" in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II and said thai it was up lo them to sfet the example lor those who follow, The Display attracted a large number ol tourists tr in the ship "Empress of Scotland". Of a crowd of approximately 400. more than half were mode up of visitors to the island. %  It is fascinating and most In"Now the time has connf<>i % terewing to watch," a Canadian to Join Ihe main bod\ nf tin ra lady from the Empress of Scotand to put what you have leant and told the Advocate after aeel, ilo BTBffttos linght urospects hi ing me Musical Ride by the ahead of you Those da> thai Mounted Police "On many occaurc Pl<-'"1>' Ol opporlunlUaa tted'between October ona navp s '" t 1 "" Musical Hide < l :'^' bTminiag on K-iieral cours owned five hired cars. He though! 8 and October 9. The sentences £'*"*?* .Jj th . the accused was telling the truth are to run concurrently. and he took him to St. George. Before sentencing him His U>rlgreat similarity, you cannot Canadian or ln specialised aubj< luBh there Corporal Hruthwaiti EiijfUiui Finger-Print Just U.U,„ ol Hon !" lo"ii5S^B SSgrSrf Beresford Green, the outstanding It ( course"or Constable Wickha tad rcord H*. R A. Turner ?-***. &g ,, „ %  SifTST* '.i.l.-t.-l Constiible Green Physical Insim.tic opeii to you to do what In He drove until the accused told ship the Acting Chief Justice told compare the two," shf said, him to stop. The accused inspecMurrell that he had a bad re ted the suit lengths. After a time and it seemed that leniency he allowed the accused to drive entirely out of the question in his car. At St. George the accused case like his. He seemed deterreciuil. uonstaoie ureen .waa S|WcU ,r Sutinaer did ml win lit, went to a house and came back mined not to make an honest livei(ucaIe d at Combermcre School Baton .f Honour at Hendon In the saying that his aunt had refused ing. and holds a Senior Cambridge f acc n f competition from picki I to give him the money, Shop Breaking Certificate. „„.„ f Mim M n parlB ot xhc sniplr He asked the accused which |i[ s Lordship the Acting Chief He was a member ol the CumYou can rise lo the commission* I bank he had an account with, and justice also sentenced Harold Fit* bermeie Cudcta and later spent u ranks as Superintendent* Parrlf he said Barclays. At Bridge Road. CoUvmorc to four years' penal year and u ha. March 17th. and nio-.l -.1 the hounrhnldrn. tv ho were Interviewed In Ihr lirsl Survey will be vUlted "MII and asked lo supplv information covering one wpek of Ihr crop period. The ourrern of this seeond oiirvr* ,ind the e rittuiil mlruUllun of n < >m\ of Living Index will he assured If IhiMe who are Interviewed In the various areas h the "i i teachers eooperalM wlllliglv aa thev did in the lint urve% him to lend im some money. He J BrrP n>" His Lordship told hi gave the accused the money. Then fna t his record showed lhat he had vpI he gave the accused the four suit no intention of trying to earn his lengths wrapped in blue paper in ,\ni\v bread by honest means, the motor car. Sometime later he Archibald Sobers was placed on saw the accused who said that probation for 18 months for shop ho was unable to sdvO bin Uhe breaking and larceny by His "-" %  'dmonoy. The accused sent u boy 8n j., the Acting Chief JUSUCO Mr for the suit lengths after they j \y H Chenery Probati-"had had a talk. rer WakoU He left the accused and later Sober he found that some of the suit years lengths were missing. He then mo nths hc reported the matter to tfie Police. „ w building He went back with a policeman (hat he wa< |o find th* accused but he did OUPCr an d not see the accused. normal ... To the accused Abraham said. His Lonlship told Sobers that hiive enjoyeil my training of you has the Baton of a Co>much ami I hoiie to relaln mlsslnner of Police In Ids knapSfiitltll* \Itt\' l*hl\' that high standard which oamsd sack. >/# -""^ M V — Ihe Baton ol Honour tlnmigh„ ,.. ,_ Sense Of Humour ihe BatUng bank* WssM Ok*) -.ui .noun,i foi aixmt ihr* weeks each ti ip while their crew liook fish and itOTO them in ih. Ice boxtw. Prom the banks, thty usWsU} t*ke their fish to Martinique. Bn tish Guiana, Trinidad and Barbados and the fish when aUdW iiaMuiiid ,i. when caught t'n loaded, M inot long before Ihe m ba* k to UM banks again. But the aahlng -chooners do ml bring their news lots nf OMMt) II is expensive lo run thin and i blfl (.itch Is nol always possible S. me months—and for about thic %  imaikllis Ihe flnh an DtUnf ^>ell and Ihe l eh OO f sl T I ielurn to the various ini> wllh he* There ant 0 wln thu eatct)Ot aie vei > DOOI A Tiring Trip "II is ceiUinly monotonous SIH.'nj£ all sea and no land for three iroak pariodi iik.tii.it.%  Aaboi nan told the Advocate yeatcnhn After a few days." he said, "wo %  .'1 the! .ui,! fed u|. I.ui lo i, ,%  roiiey one has to do MM -"it ol eork." Soinotnnes bad weather calche: he vessels on the bank* Usd la'ave-lo. They Imweve saqjsla on Rat banki unlai Mtll 'I ti Kishing Khootian gava bi t.iK,. (ood UK) i attl Hian tli. booaan whii h iun betrVM IM islands with prodUCI While a schooner gall larbadoa 10 British puiana would aigain for at the moat liv.ou throw your weight about, or lose your sense of humour. Be on the alert all Ihe time and keep eyes in the backs of your heads. Never heat bc ron,cnl '" r rt 0 your oars; keep your bearing smart, your bodies agile and your wlta sharp. Never forget that the Police should tho be the friends of the people ..nd the enemies only of those who After receiving the General break the law. Above all. rememSalute. Ihe Colonial Secretary Inher always, throughout the "hole (hi Wwk Day* During Vacation Locust Hu|l Fire S|irvnls Other Presentation* itos won to Hand i Band Cadet of th Band Cadot Itutson, Comix'titi nted year and inner of the i for Koiiv-foni ..n of Appli'Wliaites Ltd an I ine lie.i.in \-<. .i ina ,., ,, niMired, ehOOBI uith J VlOW to rius tire exlendc<| t< ( -iiinninil Unit the schoolplay |ng &„&, u „<\ burnt half an am ..cii athat on week days during of second crop ripa rnaa too pn long vacation %  ,,| TMOphlltU Thornhill %  this idea quarter of an acre of Irash an IN lhail offorl not to drop any of the sehool toarng front the Pimt division cricket • Board of Management of th> I i tefcai AI. lanjofl delai:.ti-d Mi so ( Olttons i lervi Aflei much di i possililc quarter of i Air Traffic ii .M.Crispin Clarke, a shoemaker of Tweedsldc Bead, told the Court that he saw the accused .speaking lo Abraham. "frasV This was on December 3. Later mop he saw the accused with a parcel Mm>ii under his arm and he asked the ^^ accused what he had In the parM ,, %  „,„ ,. eel. ' The accused said it was four g^SSrV suit lengths which he goi from p n rim*n. Abraham. They walked Md the r~. s-iu^o-u.. ( accused *aid that Abraham was MlW) ; vld M r-r*ih. n scnersii. expecting the money from him Th"P->" Thomw. o a-a*. pSSTTha aunt ol the accused mHL>d-'l MiUl.*l A TlH"""*. p IS>anf. II P.lffV ; Hndrtjim. U E Marph'v. %  lt-nd>U. A %  >M. M 1. i,„ i.fc. t second specled the Guaid of Ilonou. period of your service lhat vou "' solving the problem of gottml ript'.inc. thr pio|ierly of rikim. under the command of Inspector were the first batch of recruits lo , hv ,hc middle of lie... „( phyUl Thornhill of On tiehnlf of the Force. Colonel Kli*ab<.lh II and that It Is up to oer Michellr, thanked the Colonial you to set the example for those The ..., im ||i|( flrsterop AMciw th. tocrattn and hi wit to ttondwhorollow, 0 c|uh „ h/„,nona *"". am of Boutn< mi! and Ihe Colonial Sevretaiy "Do all this, and In Ihe fo, making the presenUtlons. days ahead your juniors will look phtyfrg days, thus prolonging s ,"t"cv "al "TIMVUV %  0o"'Vin Colonel Mk'bclln said Uiat it "P to you wllh pride and say It h ^ n i,, "... .•._',,, tt J£ZZ "-. was Ihe Annual Passing Out a *J£ to relegate the two learns which I i lining uu> t Parade of the rocruiU who had ,tll > *"" spent six months in training and ldotl wha would become Policemen from to-day. Thursday burnt thfOO tjuarlera of an acre of third crop npe riinc. part* of Spring Hall Ltd *noruy. ne aum ui -* -*.*.— % %  —"-,. e*, lw '" •" %  | B ^J,' r which was Introdi cused left with the parcel. B, T ^ I ">SU luIC J .*. AaatsoV Andrew Michelin. Later the same day at about 3 HM —.. %  oivin nmphrt> J "" Commissioner of P W<>di Following the addioss by Ihe Colonial Secretary, the crowd was the MiiM<;i| Hid.roduced by young i-i.n. son of tho Later the same day at about 3 BoM gmpiaa*. C*IVIP n>i'pi"* w.a*i Commissioner of Police This was p.m. Abraham and the accused BI I Ch ",'~_*^ST!? m g—!" niviiu on ' the best performance* met again and the accused sent *• V **£ !" J, USitr. M.ntret MK given by the Mounted Police, him (Clarke) for the parcel of ,:„,„, The Ride was followed b> the cloth. K T. i l J f /^ r M m ^chaihMad Drt Display by me aquad of PoAbraham was handed ihe cloth *;Jp"^ i ",,%,, mSSim, M..K.lice Recruits who were ending by the accused and he left. w..iw. n.D u.v KI-X lam sumhiuii.. their last day at the Training To Mr. Field Clarke said that Hh "H-mixn.". 0"" l 'i"'''" '.'„ School. he lodkod at the cloth twice on *ood~a *;" ^g^'aiuT. During their month, al the December 3. 1B31. BW. w.itrr Boyc. w.iur p % % %  jg_ Training School the recruits spent Catena Matthew* said the acp< used brought a parcel at her ill look ilarXrd the" fixlures until Januai. DOXl hS^tSTwlr "ur ;; %  •;,.,,' '""" %  "' came at the bottom of Ihe lable The^wew*Insured*' lasl season, but among those teams was a sehool team. — Ui that UM school teams were so to speak, would not fall on the regular Sniihe nursery of Barbado. Cricket, urdays, an u therefore the nxtun and for lhat mattei. they did nol could be completed by ihe middl. favoui of thi 'I [*cember. teams After some dUcussion. it The meeting also consideie ( was found tint t f the M i i.cations from clubs to eniet were allowed lo pl.iv each Othei loanw for the Intermediate am. OH week days, nine playing day Second Division Competllions. A SSI/I DIARY MONDAY No. 44 Reg vs CarliH. t. Smith No. 31 Reg n tirorge (-..Ml. No. 11 Reg n CVell Hock PAGI H\, Kilb I ,. r. U lh DvllCTI. Jolin BV)%. W.llrr Boyc*. Wslwr Hodgr. P-nl !tam...l-Dubou. Ba: M*>PoSf<. Dr Allan PKUrdi. Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay Cyril B SnUth. Srh Ml • H>ngaashtsi ad nlMd Pilgrim I**. NotlH" M V .r.4*Uv n. Sch Mam n iii.i Bch Ja*ifcu>i Mn SI L*u. place on December 3 and said that he would come back for it She threw the parcel la her yard and then a young man took away the parcel. Eta Holder, a domestic servant, said that on December 3 about 12 45 pjn. ahe saw the accused in jiriu. Srh as* Black Rock. Th accused told her that be was driving around in a ,_,.,. motor car with a salesman. 2" bbI S ?\' Summing Up Bw-n. arh —, _-,— gWmmlng up to the Jury His DTNUM. sen -M.m BIP w*u !rdsbip the Acting Chief Jirs^ hMnrr nZS?^^. m to> Bice Mr. J. W. B. Chenery *ald nM c,,, sobnt, frn M*n.n*< The prisoner i-' charged with Obs.in-, L-a, %  ,lv T r •*" '"' •ainlng goods by false pretences on c*^ syu^ aroa^ja ilMfl j. ^ December 3 !r-m Anr Abrahair.. t on the second count he is chsrged as ooiflio. ua w. ret. C-PI with larceny and ^ the third ^^^J !" *-^ count he is charged with malicious „,. c pi r>.g*r.. f—. at Ths. damage to property^ osPAa^aa. "So far as ihe third count 1con^ Mn |or g^n.n^M ceraed I don't think you should i ny , of acou-na. i give that count serious conslderar**. lion, There is no evidence really %  before you of malicious damage to the cloth. If you dLsmiss the gATE8 Of gXCUANGM third count from your minds yoo NIW ^ uKK ore left with the first and second 7I Vi cr ci| U f on tasUri s •: pi counU. You will have to con-ider m * . carefully and make up your minds fl J i w ^^^ which of the offences the accused „ -. p, cuw>er to %  • pr. is guilty of. and whether faUe c ,p c ^ >1AI A *"' pretences were made. ,I.ISIM NMHMUI4I "You will have to bear In mind n *•****% ti s p the evldonce of the pro,e for It is on that evidence you will ^ ,,, v Cablm be able to decide whether Ihe ac71 • pr c-ry !_ ; cused Is guilty or not. The eviooaat %  % m two hours a day on military training. They were instructed bg R. S. M. Browne while Inspeetor Reld instructed them in Police. training. The show was climaxed with the "Beating of the Retreat" by the Drums and Band. The Band consists of 44 but only II BandaOaromui men were present. The others were i_ Eni*.indisposed. The proceeds of the show will go to improving Recreational Room faculties of the Barbados i\.uce Force, "Spacious Days" IM i^. o .~.i* Dusa. Philip H iMvimnn. ataly. for DiiUah OuUi Hon. R N. Turner, addi %  he recruits, said 'We stand on the threshoia 01 r %  a second Elisabethan age. and it \ is up to each one of us, in our ,4SS ion* several ways, to make it as splendid and as famous as the 'spacious days' of Queen Elisabeth Tudor. "You are the first batch of recruits lo complete its course of training in the reign of our new Queen Selected out of several hundred applicants, you have. during the past six months, been pul through a rigorous course which has aimed at instilling in you an unshakable sense of discipline and teaching you not only % the theory and practice of sueo cessful preservation of law and \ order, and of traffic control, bul v many other useful aecomi.; merits such as how to ride a MM and Life Saving at sea In si and to gave lives both by First Aid J ""FRENCH PERFUME" AT Brurr Wealhrrhcid ltd MAKKR CARON . HIXLOlM.IA FLU RH de I Hi Ml I 1 CHRISTMAS NK.1IT SWEET PEA 1 I s 1 ill 1: l< . TH EED SHANGHAI %  Hindi 3 SILENT MES.sLNOI.lt Mn-OT . < K.rr. de CHINE PATCH . JOY MOMENT SI I'lilMI AMOIK AMOI R NOKMAMHI I.ANVIN . -.1 \Ml\l. MV MS ? A. ; .:,:.. 1 VARDEEVS BOND -IBM 1 YAKDEIY s I \\l MM I W ATE It to become really versatile moaern policemen. Dollars and Sav Brure Wraihrrkrad lid. ANIAMTED OPINIONS %  ayg Mr Ee.. King "YOr IAN RE I His 11 10 isi. nil BWMtTUI To£fee The Perfection of Confection MADE IN U.K WALTERS PALM' TOFFEE LTL. PALM WORKS LONDON. IV 3 1 ifsh Supplies gaooofapsf CIGARS JAMAICA CIGARS UH Hi>ril<> Mailunl. I.nndrcs I'miKKhis (hi,,, MANICI'RK SRS SIIKI.F KM'OIIATINC; V.\ 1(7(177 SLO0O MIXTURI k.xmur's mm. STOHES. HARRISON'S Bxoadst. ONLY 3 RI:CLIVI:D — ALL METAL 'DOMINION' 1 • 1 A 11 o 11 > 1 W BI ii III \ MACHINES IN LBS ( U'ACITY WITH 20 I.IIS ON Tin: III:\M I'l.ATKOHM MKASOaSS 17' t'OMIM.KTK WITH WKKIIITS 22', INCHES §134.75 PI.I'S COST Of BTAMPINQ 18 only Jacob's Pattern counter Scales expected next week — Better book your order NOW. HARRISONS Hardware Dcpt. Tel. 2364 f^r the 1W f.w/uSKsfit ^/C+C l*A lusvaa^. •v £jxKAk* \ N.Shi|iiiirii( ti HMH Ugfe


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PACK I II. in BAKIIAItOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. ICLJEMONC J50B. M..n.* ... i a m i m as Cuib Calling Sho' (w • ngnbw of word* I 11)1 l n i II it ?i IN HBKNUAM HI Mil ; Manm i M*.,n llih 1*4: *W" In* wi-dool death f.ll uiu KM Hirruvnl. 1 *a rrr"*r* IUI ale real tLOT M> irmi.lHi>l 1. I ..nidi. I OH IftfcVI nouses BEACH COTTAGE M W I 1 "iln*. Q.UI.-I All "•"'• mpnllad from main houa* Own T*l*hr* rtuilabl* man *r*l> "WrtlaMi. H. Jan-a. or KS "! % %  II 1M I f n ELAT 3.M rial .1 Para, Hi. La. Gar*— rurnlthMftrft kfa*Mni ~L.ni n MM >MM M..UCIIN rCRNKHKI) 5IIr and Unn. Good !fi-MUilh| rWftftt-* parl.ct.lar. Apptr In AHM laahlry No • Coral Hand*. WorUU***. H \ \ I I If MontKitu fssasaus '""*" Hve.tork wmiul aW > man*** .otlon Urnaxlataa piOVIded M*aSMf cotton hi i m Cr K*"'. ApRlV a-tatlns riparian** and iilr*d !o Bo* HI. Plymouth, B.W I II S SJ VANAQEB-Required tor y^ Qrenaila --mar Factory Lid A Q* 1 ml H.„ lfr Applira.it. mux .,,, P |, cr*d.„.i,t, '<"• *s u • OBASs HAKES available loi Imm.d IS n wontln* *ndtb n-poit width—Cmiilrtr ALE. Dial Hi,. ONE Tir • I • ,.srs si;u IN. THACTOIl llirmlrr *Ti '1'Na.l, rim : s i,nniii...... 1 A"dn III (,. jm, ii a.M-in C TIP-END IfVUHAUUC IIOK-TS. I I". i.l (* ,.,.ll,llr. .,.,.,:. 1 M' v Mf, BARBADOS CIVIL SHVKI .1NMHI.,II0\ NOTICE OE 11 M 1 <> 1 Trier* will to. „ | Mltot or „„. H „ tloM nf a VI.. r..a.W nlld iv I 1 „ mb-t| ,„ -rrr ..„ ihe Countil of lru> A>rlal i.111 ir ihv \rar IPW-M ,i u„ LatfMMfM Counrll Chambar. PtMk n.niilma> ,.„ i!ar. d *;V t*" 1 M reh '*** '' %  '-"" %  %  'tort ollo *"* •*•*>' aalW Iwrn ltl m Vc*-Prrad.iit W H Ii."..,.,. C H C HTfllNliru Mrmbrii .>f Council' E II MAI IK 1.11 C. A COI'PIN II COUlATllN F L Cf)7IK E *3 DOWNR I T CAV A. O. JORDAN A. E UWM H D. MOIUUI L. E 8MIT1I E. Q TAIAIA Mr R rwru WM ..1%  M.ln.ta* W ftnon Hi. Co null but naa withL. A HAJJ I WANT TO SELL AS | I A GOING CONCERN I •* *>n,A P I I PHUblWIlr.l ;' \ l)U-.infvs of 4 -cars aUrtdlntf ^ In the 1 .1 .1 ,1 ,A li.nmi.l, S S UfSlly MlllJlr-il llr il. %  , ii, N A 1.'ii. 1 il MiTi'iiiuliMX For 1 in Hi.-! ,.,, u. ,.1 ,, ^ Apply: X.Y.P. S V/m Tlsf AflTsralP I'.i ^ fr 15.3.52—31. \ FOR SAU: I lUrc-hor** In TralniBn ? 4 >.e. (ill, f u \ 1 1 i:iu 1 1 Prior: S0G0.00 TRACTollUlAII.ru MOWEM \ l\ 1 • oprraUitM Itom Trcir COt'lITES^ liAHAin MISCKLLANKOUH nocked %  tchi. CUrkr. I. '-• (;. flom /• "PTrUamrnli |Hi •ach. Boska Taut Card. u.blr HMSI M Tudor Strati II 3 M—i COTTON -JUw Cation for .iu| *i.iiii..,, IM Dph> 1 1. %  ". AI.|.I> 1 %  Knminc A -1 lioirsu ipcripik. Ow, Sir*-* Dial .TJ. PERM.\'AI IMHIM VOTHIA R4KR4IMIS Tl KF (III; SATURDAY MAKCH I.V \i:>2 LOOGE SCHOOL %  •I Ml II \AI>S RKAI 1 ST ATI-: %  1' i ii NCiTlfK PAnnn "i nun %  %  m and from Monday I7lb H wn BAd Sa-ri.l priMs on and from Monday 24th insUnt. Paymenf will hf fmm II 10 3.oi' p.m. dally. O A. LEWIS. %  waVwaaVl 14 3.51.—In. inn vri*>v\i amMftmamrm CORRESPONDENT DIES I AIIS( | I V IIS IIIIIS N.. im %  r*a •paHualila mi^.1 -i (armohlainad from |h> OOV. Thaaa m>a| ha ... I..raaa) ramalalFd hafort Ihr 1IM M Ma af U ral ton for > pmtou* yaw • I BUI .. n.. (on / %  for II:* Ufidon Dalli M .i %  %  I t ; | *„•,.,,., • ya-r. GOVERNMENT NOTICE -. Et9a .1 M ... in fi tmi CAR III %  I* 1 .Ji I'lihlh illlicial Sak%  Iv IT.Otaj an AHR^Itt 1 lha „f.-**-. II-' I,^.-M • %  latnd tnnm t'-ifc.. M %  %  %  Mi MOVtrC; Brand new, aaiai. I badrootn heuot. all convanli—rat. with r>o Him llvlaaj room, npap viS PAREIL. Balmoral O-iII. %  ml roaanOUI.M;| -arvanU' looaaa and j ipoHInn l> .; ftta abova pubtir ramprtiti<>.' "I I p i*i a>y tha Il day .1 Mar.h al ISr .1 tl iindrrslanad CAIUIINfiTON A "FAIS 1 %  Iiu III HI Vrll'R ntl-nRTI vm '•' -1 i/t 1 HIM, 11 1 '-1 KI -i 1/1 11 frONI BUrtOAaJOVI vrruti'tnh drawlna ad dh 1 %  ni MOM OH 11IM-nilah. dr.i*inii .md .1. .„.'! 1 rnui'r.r/rv 1•lluulrfl 11. D-yr.ll 11 •amndab. drawina and dun %  •trvanl* room, nd gaiaaa •landlnit 011 %  Ufa., iq. U Ai .1 nd mnall bouaa Murhill Alrrvl. Dial HOI AUCTION Will .rll on KIIIIIAV lfl .il 3 M UIIBI MrBncainay-s OaraCa oi ISM Ford V Car d„m..ard In .,. INI VAUXHAJ 1. 14 |i |< BaCDAh R ARCHEII HcKXMZU: Au.tl.Min-i • 3 :.J 4n I I NEW TOIINAIHI KIT COBWlfAa; H and Doom JM (., T.laiihom Adam. *i.fi „ f .nquim y.,. s si |a i:jMiiru.i.Mii'j I'. Dun*..,, Roadator, rtaaa *Jil ...Uwar. ?a 1 I TMI ['"' %  *^ "-anal on. .ho,„ 133 BJ) IMn^^f^.'i "4*""EaiiAI 4. BXPANI OfO MBTTAI. EtorlroU.. braa* and •)• %  oal •MaridlrtT m.lal I.., T.l.lr:a A SPTY srrrali l"hon. 1 Phofia K< 1:1 1 M 1 % %  Ml VI A MM Ml J I) l HANULEl: 15.3 51—311 '.v.v..,v,v.,,-K'. FOR SALE B.S A MotorCycles iii'i received u shipmenl oi U h.p. Call earlv ami secure one. Showroom REDMAN A TAYLORS GARAGE LTD 1.") 3 %  LOST Nl'aXTACI-ES-On Wrdnnda* p Waaraawt „ „, ,, A ,„,, O^JdwA pauof apwio.,,, feather r.ic Findrr ojraa. r.ti Q"0a or Adtocaia Offlca 14 3 or ORIENTAL PALACE HEAI'W MM \ I MKv FROAI INIHA f MIS \ CEYLON* THANI S Pr. Win Hy. M DM 34 LONDON CItAMBIK I'lMMWCI. SUMMER EXAMINATIONS IM Enitifs (or the Summer Exam. Iinauoni,. |52, of the London ''t ' Commerce must icach the Honorary Secretary, Local Educauoo Coaunlttes, London Chamber nf Comnierc*, al the '"•" %  "'•I of E4-eai.n, srrla-n. p IMer BtBl Monday, ih.|;u. March. I9S2 %  fliiry >-• %  llrm.Tii.r. sue For earl. Sln-cle Subji I Orlihcale Stage — r'i BM|) SIIIRIO Subject. %  } ..-, %  IjingnaBes For each Foreign LanguaRe For each School Ortlncitr of Commerci.il Education I2.no I'I.IMT Htaje— MOh Single Subject. fepartment nf F-'ll Marrh ! % %  ? 1 -in %  >-"• aoth March t 1B. m damacrd %  l>.*a rVkMs. ma Hi r D'AKCV A SCOTT. H ,|m. I.r.,,, fcU. I Will aa|| %  M...HI (oa.i aa Wadaiaai Mtch baajnnlni a| |] ... ,, : ,. I whirl . %  drruii.t, • iialmaa] 1 "1-. It. DNDBB Tin: SIIAI u HAMMIR 1 ra Mm 1 H limn si, I Hrwmw v 1 -.' saas ,\-I I Maranala omrr. %  'i NOT UK Ha aaaj ll-STAi I I'tiATuwArrr IE IIEHEBV GIVEN I prrao... hat in arf dahta m 1 ih. aalatr of Dai n-.n-*,|p .b-r.Ma.1 1.4. M I Churrh aho diad In mia Hland an Daiad Ihi. IM dav ol March, ItEt 1 it irmjcv IFTU. g iHBad in, .,. PlrathwsrU, aaaaSaSkJ ..,,.,,,.,„: %  BAJ ED M 1 %  • %  es-aa or tar III SAINT %  URAEI.. dupU.,.1. •Mas -rwiir.ii FOR. lll W iarf.va.1 t,. UM EUra .1 UH Vaatn aa t., I ...-1 %  toth day o' !%,,,, I la i4 ha EHEMI MILK MIE-.H llltEAM Each poraon tondarlna niuit H,. -'.Una hair 1linujnaat 10 bacom* bound with 1 >VM| of Ihsir Tan d.r br..i| accsplM I... (hdut fiilAI. %  RESH Mll-K Uht pmbabla RdabUb rt-juirad far on. >aor Is M.ta* ..lion, und DM V.mli, raaorva lha right | ( accept tha T.ndai of mac* than on* pc raon lor lha %  .ippf of Ih" art In* .nd all prraooa tand.rind for (hla aril %  hall forward, along, with ih*n %  '. I OrUAr.it* at a propaal. irrlnarv PracliUOMr aUllnfl ttta rrata wtdtb lha milk will ba auaviltd ar* fraa from Tubsnaii.tU Eartna of trader* ran ba obUlned at m Yaatry ri*ik' OrHca By Order. (' HE1AIAN. Clark, 81 Muha.l', Veairsaa-a.o d -In GOVERNMENT NOTICES HOUSI NG BO ARD •.PPLICANTS FOR POST OF RENT COLLFCTOR AMI MAINTENANCE CLF.RK \p|ilication^ are mviied IM the po^t of llent Collect Maintenance Clerk. Houainr. Board. The nalary of the post, whu n II ni-i-[*niiionable nd terminal-i<* h\ tm umlith'' notice on eithei fide, will be at the rat* of $ft2 p-r annurr. plus | temporary Co*t a| Living Allowance of 1128 40. per rnnum A|iplicatiot, staling age. educational <|iiaiincations and PKpcnence. Innether with easatos of tr*limmmi.>. ^hotilcl be nddreued tp the Manager and Secretary. Housing Hoard, the QaftMaBB, Md will li-> accepied up to 4 p.m. on the 19th March. 1*52. _^____ > ___ 15.1.32—In EXPORTS AMI IMPORTS < RESTRICTION > ACT, IMS DEPARTMENT OE EDI ATION g I t*-a TENDEKS FO THE TKANSHOHT OF MILK I'OWDLl; CIRCUITS ISOAI". i.C CLEANSE!! AND MIS, KI I ANM.I S r\;l'|PMENT |Foit no mrnuTiON SHKMV ro 11 MTARY SCHOOLS OJ Tenders are invited fui the Irariannil of Milk i* Soap. E C CkMnser .tnd ml|rillB.iaisj Scheme of the Department of Education to the Public El.Schools thiuughoul the island during the following getaol b I. 5th May to 1st August. 1952 2 IM September to I2th December, 1952 3 I2th January to 10th April. 1953 Thr | lUBUtod fort.Hjhlly d.-l.v.nes aie 400—650 aartBH Q f R Zm*. "HI' TT** I25-30 *"**' "' Skimmed Milk I f 5 l! hF T hi I5 ~ M0 """ on l EC ln —aW-li bottle,. 1.000—1^00 bars of soap 1.4001.600 tins ol i 3.000nferred on him by I jrK j |r ( %  The Governor, in exercise of the powc tion 3(2) of the Exports and Imports rcby makes the following Older :— his Order may be cited as the Exports and Import* (C^n-Ithan 1J o*clrxk"noon (evocation) Order. 1932 2 Order. 1951, in hereby revoked ileneifl] (Open) Import Licence, dated the 6th ct Of December. 1950. is hereby cancelled 4 The provisions of this Order shall not apply in respect the importation of any goods which are shown to the sgtUfacti of the Controller nf Supplies \„ have been ordered by or consigned to any person in this Island on M before the thirteenth day of Marrh 1952 Made by the Governor tinthirteenth day of March, one thcuand nine hundred anil fifty-twu By His Excellency's Command, Ft. N. TURNER Colonial Secretary. 14 3.St.—2n. IggBBii ,000 rolls oi toilet paper Miscellaneous nutrition equipment Supple must he taken f,,n. depot.,n Bnd^etown. „nd must be t.hvggU according to the requirements of the schools during the periaas anti""— itioned above. The deliy H. eu %  f Milk Powder, mii-t btcompleted within thiee darn janda, u., !" vcr .„ r c,,„„ m c„^ „, Z'***. dur ,„, elni< %  lulcd above, and mun reach lha Colonial Secrclary'* Ofllce not later ral Op. Impor, Licence, ,K.voc..l„n, Ord... I>53. '*'%'!£}?* "?Z Z*^ -'' V H \ M ch ' The Export, and Import, (General Open Import Licence, |„ J£?£J, T ic^OSaaS ZTtS n' "." **""* *""' 851. %  hereby revoked ...... %  ST., *— mhrell.ne Sotrtllon e,uipn.r„, to the Public I l.,,i. i .,v Schools." The Demon whole tender „ occepted mu.t be prepared to fun ish .sureties for the due performance ol the contract The Government doe, not bind luelf to accept the love lender I I2lh Mn ch, 1852 BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL i Mil ,' • I MI: -I I'll II SEALED TEMDEIts will be received at tne Hospital up to o-eloclt noon on Wednesday. 18th March, ISM, lor supplying artlcl, 1c followlnr line, lor a uerlod ol ,1K month. IBS2 (1) FRZSH BREAD. 121 ALCOHOL. (3) COFFINS, and provldlni HEARSE for the burial of BM dead at the Westbury Cemeterv HI PUKE HUSH MILK, betvnsen 200 and 950 p.nta a dov only. Forms lor (he reipective tender, will be supplied ...i applicaU. i. l" the Secretary ol the General Hrapltal and tenders 1U not ! %  entertained except they are on lorms .upplled by the Gener.,1 ,l %  pit.,1 Peraana |.„,I, .„„. moat .ubmll .1 the time ol l-„il,„„ inters am Pm aanai a,,,,..,, „. ,*, ,„,,,. aajtaato their r ^ -, to become boo.d M ,ureUea l.r the lulfllment of the SHIPPING NOTICE! XOXTBEAIY AI'STSAUA. HEW ZEALAffD UNI LIMITED (M.A.N.Z. LINK) X£. TBCOA" I* IMh Mrlboutn* March 3rd. ttydney atarrti ISU.. p,,,. •ana Mann Und umM at Trinidad oot.i April 33rid and Bvarttogoa about \pril BUY In addition lo Sanaral ranm ,n,% y*.| m haamplr >pc* for .hillad and hard irosen carte. | Carso accapiad on ihrouah Bais at the following lines for g period of six months from Ut Aprd. llirn^ o" IB. L**W Terms of contract and any further particulars i application at the General Hospital. bo obtaincfi 1S.3.S2—Sn NOTKK IW.*NKER. ,'NI.IMAV a ,0 I %  •.MKRWIrAl Minn Th* altonUon ol art IVraona. W i i, Hide nualnaaa In Ihr Cily of Brvdactown ilhtc pan* and placa* of drawn lo lha pro via.a. i ... Met-1mi • of action Hellhr vfajfJnV I Art ISU--SI. whMw aruMto lnl*i la;••On ar aastora the I at day of r*h • sary *—r, *v*ry parSnn ii, '. liAlo In h* ralrd In ISiripcri nf profit derived from ran>,i.| on Irada %  lull make lo lha aaaea> IW to b* obtained irom lln V.*i.y. a It.tum In rlUiuj of tl— I < i annuiil profll. In Otrnr " ( I". m purcoaa of a-.aa nw tn -* and Proprietor or irthi parson ihall by rt oi on of the reauli • %  ina Accounu bclna a da aubaoquenl lo 30th November h it prior to 1.1 of Febm.iv | Berum mu.t h* made to th* Aaoriaoi ,., -, .. -In COM any pron.wtor or .thn I kg by reawtn .' I %  M unable to make lha ItrtM' h> l-t Eabniary. ihra M Ratal M i I iv t h (ha %  aSBUrS I".**** <•' ad*ra have no ronliol artoj to nr delay In rnakin* llrt.uo. on the pr*. •,, wa..Mapor*-al. th* re...i I'NIFORMS FOR MALI Nl'RSES AND ORDERLIES. SEALED TENDERS will M icceived ut the Hospital up lo o.lock noon on Wedncsda>. 10th March. 1952. Tor the MAKING OF UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES for a period of one year from 1st April, 1952 Tender forms will be supplied JII application to the Sccreiiuy. General Hospital, and tender, will not he entertained except they arc on forms supplied by the Hospital. Persona tendering muat submit at the time of lendarlng letters trass two other persons known lo posset* propertv. expreMlng their MUllninc-u to became hmimi ;, sureties for the foiniment of the HgaEOMt. Furth II,,. ;,,•.,[. .land.. For lurtnei panlrular> appl> — i 'si -s v.ii Ht a CO. LTD. KIMI. M. sad LTD BAEBADOs B.W I "DAF-HttO-in > and Pnaaertaiei] II Vincent. Orrn.i. PBM i.r taDinc M/V CAItlBBEE . i Carso and Paaaenaera Im ilCa. Antigua. Mnnlaen.il ntid 81 Kilt* nutp| I in be nnunnl H M V MONEKA will CorOjo and Pnssenan Ant.su. W MCOCL SiaomAJufiCo NEW YORR RV1CK i-.ba.i.. | .. % %  .. ll L ia-.2 NEW ORLEANS SERVICE %  tied lllb March i Harbado' II -t J*th Marrh. IS CANADIAN 8ERVH %  SOt'TOBOIM Nam* al Ship i "ALCOA 1'I.ANTT.R % %  AtaTOA pEnA-sri. "ALCOA IMLdlllM A BTKAaODt A STEAMER A tETEAAIER ThM* V**a*l* bay* 111 %  all* Ballfaa ::tn Februan> aith F*hruar> ;ip. '.-ii.'. aard March I'll. A, I Mag = 11 Febnior,L'I Han 4' M...1 :.| April Uid April IHb way f particulars may be obtained from thg Secretary, Oenei. 13J.52—3 a-nk.held on ,,, • I9U I omll.4 Sealed larked Tenders In dupUcgla ft "ft % % %  L^r^'; jng a „d toeping nan.. ( l>enons kno* $2 2B *V* : due ,.. I ?iit i c nw r „ %  II None*: VBB thai %  •teieaWown. under Ihe nai ' Thr liednn Swop h, >*• aold and Kana**: *,t Couur ...nrr'n to M*r> < Alinvui who s II* bumibM* I'... %  >.i e oi tyr* NOTICE VACANT POST FORT Of PHYSICIAN. COLONIAL HOSPITAL. ST. VINCENT Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Phrsicl.ni. Colonial Hospital, St Vincent. H.W.I. on the following terms and conditions :— Dalles: Adminiliative Control of ll' Kxtenslon Hospital of about 30 bed-, for tuberculosis and/or Isolation cases and Iht mi iri'titiiiion.. MatUeal Can M Id, la the colonial Hospital and icsponsibility for training Nurses and IJtspenM in ronjuuetion with the Resident Surgeon, and to n"tt %  i Id ident SuiKcon .it OpRratlODJ The Pliysni.iii may he tequno.i i ,iuim. ihe administrative control of the colonial Hospital. FiwoluraenU: A salary of $3,458 per annum is payable plu* g Specialist Allowance oi $1,200 per annum if the holder t-gnduarta quaiUksUoni Ln Medicine. A tcm-l porary Coat Q| Living Allowance ol $380.40 is nlso paid. CaMtoutttMr A Fees: DOtaCUlUng pfaoUll (but not Pnv.it, r Ute) Ii KUoMwd Fees on i grnded scale for Private Patient* at Ihe Colonial Hoapilul art paid to the Physician. rse.,U-ma of Appaintment : The appointment will be on con-\ tract for a period of 3 \ears in the first instance, but the i appointee may opt after two years to be appoiiTitd to th. permanent, pensionable establishment. QsHarters : No quarters are iiovided. Trarelllac Allowance: A travelling allowance Is paid for] journeyt.. the EElenMon Hospital und the Fort Institution.. Qaallhcatiun* (;.ndidnte. should be registered or tegtitraiilc' in the United Kingdom, ihe applications of Candidates who posses* post-graduate qualifications la Medicine {M.R.C P. or M.D.) would be given preferential consideration. Applications accompanied by testimonials and references shoti'-' W uddresseil to the Esloblishmet.t OITicer, St. Vincent, D.W I and should rrach him not Inter than the 21st April. I9S2. Applications from members of the Government Sen-ice of • Colony should be transmitted thr.uigh the Officer Adminiitei .nr th. Government of that Colony. 33.53—3n ROBERT THOM LTD. — NIW TOKK AND GULF BEKVICI APPLY>—DA OOarTA a> CO.. LTD—CANADIAN HKIVKI ^HARRISON LINE OUTvVs.RH FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM S.S. "PLANTER" S.S. -STUDENT S.S. "HERDSMAN" S.S. "ASTRONOMER From .. London .. Glasgow r. Liverpool .. London .. Liverpool Leaura 29th Feb. Rth Mar 27th Mar. 29th Mnr Due Bar bad. i 22nd Mar lth April 10th Apt. HOMEWARD FOE THE UNITED KINGDOM Vessel SS PROSPECTOH 8.8. EXPLORER For London Liverpool Closes In Barbadm 13th March 24th March 1 Information apply (a DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Afente aa OIL WITHOUT oiLimuw ia NOT A MaaaSaS* j USE *; LI II >l OIL TOR INCREASED OILINEBS * I.TII. lEXTUAl Cla-olesir MMMIII\ Station — Traialgi ttt. ^'**i*A*-<-*-*.-.TOHN PLANMNf. DEPARTMENT (.OVERN'MRNT Ol JAMAICA, B.W I AI-TIOSV-. %  bulk %  I ent 1.3 52 —2n !8-\, Application for Pre-t nl Assistant Tawn Planner %  ad, Applications are invited Imm qualified persons between UM t A lanl Town Planner in ... the Town Planning Depart menol -hr (iovrrnment of Jamaica. The ^[post is permanent and pi>nalonahlr with salary m the scale £94fi "iM — 1,045 per annum, depend.m. mi experience and qualifications „„ If married, a housing allowance ..the rale of 10"! of salary is pay*r able up to a maximum of £100 per annum. I. Cam ite membera of the Town Plan,.,'ning tlulitUte and of the Royal Institute of Hi dish Archi:, %  [have a sound knowledge of town planning legislation ami Of i nd administration of town planning scheme.-, -all 3. probation for :. period of three nd thi' candidate will he subject to Ihe '•-.passing of rt satisfactory medic.il ilamination as to physical fitness before assuming the pout A Knr pa-sage* to Jamaica not exceeding live in all will bei %  ,. of 18 w. 5. Applications in' writing, slating qualifications and exi i should be addressed to the Government Town Planner, Kingston. J 15th of April. 1952 15 3 52—2n FOR KALE -orcn Situated N.ar II.WEV Inch Morlo-vs A new m,dern Bungalow. 3 furnished Bedrooms large I.ivinn Rooms, facing Sea furQlahad, all Cupboards built in. all wood used in construction Barbados Mahogany. Ganaa, Servants R.K>m its own Lighling Plant, standing on one acre of land sloping to the sea Pre* i;4.oon Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan, C/o William Fogarty (B'dos) Ltd M.1R2.-.2n.



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rAGi roue UAKHAUOS A1IVOCATK SATURDAY. MARCH IS. .& %  fi\RlUDOS i 1— AWOWTE Coffee. Telephones And NOBODY'S -fSalunUv. March 15. I52 in AIM: I \IO\S THE *ganieaH rid Federation of Trii.' the International %  ration of Free Trade Unions claim 4 71,000.000 and 50.000.0' f Trade Unions to which certain British Caribbean trade u:. UUt-td La representative *if predominantly Communist counu ration o( Free Ti m formed in 1949 as rtfNfl ••-•ntativei of Communist dominated and non-Com. -nber unions of the :' Trad,. Unions. Trade Unions today %  value unless this fundaftCrn the FretWorld Communist w.>rhl is appreciated. %  >'". I'ui example, where become part of a uniformly nationalised economy collective rtktt are impossible be%  uch RCtton would be against the I Staf Trade UnioiM Ln the British Caribbean id to numb.' ric hundred .. information seems to have %  %  i to the public us yet. i . tinregion ara | or have links with the Trade Union Congress ol the United Kingdom and others are associated with the Com' mnnist tlonnnatiil world Federation of Trade U keep in touch with Unions in Dtth MI territories and there is it. i Caribbean Labour Conol which Mr. Grantley Adams, President of the Barbados Workers Union, is also President This orgl VT, appears to be an association of political labour parties drawn from the Caribbean rather thai: of Trade Unions after the English model. per else they have achieved in the British Caribbean, Trade Unions still seem far from having reached regional unity and unions in the region appear to operate with no standard procedure. Access to information about any Trade Union is easier in the United Kingdom than it is in the British Caribbean. In Barbados the Workers Union was regislui'l Ln 1941 and ten years later it dunned l-I.OOO members and thirty divisions. Its main object is "the improvement in the standard of workers generally" It is elosely linked with the Burl Party Of winch its President M. GrtntlOJ Adams is also President. There is alto %  Clerks Union started in 1945 with the object f securing for clerks increased wanes and improved conditions of work. This Union has no politics] allegiance. Both of these Unions are to be represented at a three months course for Trade Union officials which is going to be opened in Barbados this month al the expense of the British taxpayer. This is the second trade union course to be held in BarbaI |1 being in 1948. A lecturer from Glasgow University with special experience of the Workers Education Association of Great Britain has already arrived in the island and will take charge of a comprehensive training course for the twenty students attending from the main British Caribbean territories. Unions are everywhere recognised in the region as inevitable and the ] Barbados Workers Union is claimed to be one of the most successful In the field I of workers' education the Unions of Barbados cannot be said to have progressed nearly as far as its own supporters would I the opportunity of training some of its officials at the course sponsored by the Colonial Development and Welfare" Organisation will bo welcomed by the Union, employers and the general public. • much to be learnt from the hisol the British Trade Union movement and from the experience which British (Jnfona have acquired with regard to administration, subscriptions, audits, accounts and levies. Criticisms have been made by impartial observers of certain trade union practices within the region and methods ul accounting generally are said to be unsatisfactory. It is to be hoped that much attention will be paid by the lecturer to this geneial defect • Caribbean trade union adminurti Apart from the detailed lessons which have to be learnt by a student of the British trt\de union movement, the general history of that movement provides an object lesson for Unions in the region From 1875 to 1888 the power of British Trade Unions was largely destroyed because of a trade depression. In the depression winch followed the 1914-18 war the power of British trade unions was again severly curtailed. Unions in the British Caribbean may be said to have grown up and prospered in 1 prosperity. No one can say that their power would not seriously be limited in times of depression. over, as in Barbados, the government is largely conducted bv the political party whose interests ar t > identified with those of the Union, this warning may not be academic I our is Is (lly K. R. K. SMYTHIKS) Thiloiiri-t industry nan received so n, ||#1, worth or whal I hope will t l*.|l.-vr f fl sneak for moat of Uteri a. rcautnuliv...u 1 u,. l ti„n. our dollar-baartna-n^rU>a£ • carpini crlurianj. suitors wftSI IiivUiai TrZ iUy mc-i (Ui what place is maf 1A1 H.u n U K. I want u> speak to Mr. X (A) Yea pleaw. It Mr X there? (A) No please. And so on indefinitely, "rttt %  pltte 1 1 k of nieces* in eon'arping <-rttit-ln>. after Uey arrive hen most tourist* are likely to hear uunri -m..i'j '„.,: thi Rirhtxloi u mir 'IM .. -. "••"a w"uid. giwind ihurtly before bein* used, **> mean %  !" * ,h if I live to bo 100 I -hall never ', ml ,h r Rending should be to a luneet the terrible fluid called %  % %  u"N* for the percolator bimeh of I hi kcepiruc rprived how-. ever'if they think it odd to f -• breakether devic coflethat waa served fait during my sev boarding school 1 UIOURU it wai no woisv man we -—-* • %  • % % %  % %  -? %  -...-i beverage masquerndinn under the ,n | opened. Ui retain frrshneea aa Mine misnomer u. hotels, reitautt 11 pOBStok If it is not packed rants and moat private homes '." ,rM " ns Immediately after bebro 1 m J i inparu*e. and .._ hotels equipped * %  Ic ohonei lhal are ..ften used so infTectlvety. WS. UUi r^ShfaS. wSTC ' !" ud ,ml groundI it wil, A. bMw cn~ g\jg£ h.. lo„nd. TUm w., Mock "•"" '" quUty, but thu (t plwm 1 •"'"'"' ^oVuuit. k. jSm mo round, dXJUt | • %  vidw.ll, 1.01 Jpp !" cUll b, wdl ' tj ' 'J w ,„ rr.Uunu.1 W.IW who ,*M hi, ' !-•" „',:"!, or H ST ."""' e' SS*,.. D nl "" "" %  M Aould w -Al buck U North Amrtcns) w.ll cheMlulb %  %  i.lght, as thick as mud. SB sWMt everloe* number of muior diawI llrt mot good coffee over to n nd u hot as (ver, hot)", back, in •n, place "here the year, ago in Hlo J.nloro, where but Ihi. aoundl loo Tu.ki.h foi cuffe. lerved ".{ %  "!. *""" I waj told II waa aorvel wilh hoi my delight. 1 prefer mine hoi but the quality he lakej lor """*' grate milk. It in a rmUtUn not too thick no lufkr l.ut good at home, in even me %  maner re. to me an.1 my pleaau.e wag mixed rich cream, n <-\ ..poraual milk lauranu and d-*"" !" „„ v ... with paruta or rafrtt tor th. wMek ;1 good U l,..,l„.c. There could threat improv.^ 1<1 miss it eotAim riciiii i ..limn. by making iready exist." ted The business of trying to pensive equipment ana Ian lo waar make contlcl with a guest by Ihe slight amount of extra pain. pboM ,.„ he cxtrcmel, frustra. needed to make good use ol it. ,.,. gnd i typical eQsrlrafMtton ""' I f'' ,; m %  1 -"i i' tsW ...ore or loss H follows : tourist industry would be n very itj. Ithai Ihe Rll* Hoter great in proportion to the effort lAl No please. needed. It's Thick With?? And!! WASHINGTON, Washington Ik a very noisy place these days. The air not only thick with Ihl iur ol unanswered questions— Will Truman? Will Eisenhower.' Will MacArthur?— but With .lot alllCgdtlOII of K'-" jiggery-pokery and sculdudai;r> This week NcwboLd Morris, chosen by President Truman 10 i lean up all the Government From R StMactOLL TV experts shook their head! • %  nrst UCCauie toe appaiemij .10lates all the tenets ol show buallo walks In front of the cam! eras In hla robei in a booklined has so far won several prctii ary rounds. inc. police relused lo .in. n cue DII uenali or mo fchovvn lhal embattlfcd Euward no Jo Mieluner), and starts talking lOOgH Owned tnc property. without a script. tALU-OBNlA?" Caged with '/Th* fact is that Bishop Sheen graft, will appear before a Sen-to ft !" ?"! r "; 11 cro f;. *?U *• Committee to explain how conntia*o IXpuiinici.t if thero U any his law firm Krved as %  ttomova lai ot imporluM. U. eompamea engaged In the purKo^aiu. to help with chMg of surplus tankers from .. Kll h cl ^^\.. t e .. .?H by I nothing 1 and the WAYNfc COY, who -%  if* last week as chairman of the ( Federal Communications ComI mission, saying he could not gel along on his 15.u00-dol.ai (£5.3S0) Government salary has joined it big news muicaiinc .dway. it is a rain of revivau' •* wuulUnt. In hl n pw J olj m Lewd Mileslone is making '* almost certainty getting double Writes TV critic J'hn Crosby fact dealing In idea, •bi'hewing sliowmaiuhip, South comes between the ideas ilh the harvest, audience. Slate Depart. "The elTecl ,s hypnoiu only tiuick-prollts group now UNU 'i.ent sayi. NO. II i> afiai.t Itusaia partly because of the personal under investigation by the Sen* ould sa > llu '"•" * e n magnetUm of the man." utth m qp tmmr His nr^t show drew 4.000 letAnd hero is Presidential cundiPenthoui ters. and the (an mail continues date Harold SUuen urging Coi. S()MI.THIN(i Nt:w lias b-n very hlgli. gresa to have ,i elose look -l Uie added lo the renovated White £5^1,(1 I Not t 'umii'li bunk accounts of Mr. Truman's House — a beautiful I I t t 1 -Attorney-General Howard Messobnuin-penthuusc Just Grath. because, says Mr. Stasawn. Hung to keep the Trumans Mr. McGrath became a million their suci-essom) happy in th aire while ocrupMHK Slat,and Washington summer's cruel , tederaj on.ee*. I'-'.i.. 1 nil Revival* MI.: VKAKS iii.st. DevartIN 1I<1.I.VWIK)U. m.'i.t .111,1 %  utttoi loho sti have grown increasintU at Ihe propagaiui 1 < 1 Mi 1 iij|< .;• Grmne Sidney what Washington paid hlin UM S.. VI! bgi pat Ltl aUer Susl Bew way of America's democracy.'* 1 %  • -i-is In the audiences wrote e CBME : On New York' 1 I mh.il 11. .I us some very reproachful letter!,." s, lon 'lnd Dominlck Conandra AT the little Pennsylvania town %  %  -., , an.',.. prices foil nnd it buys more churches:-St. Patrick's. St -r .,.*?, Economic* f^^ morc hmisM morr ro d(l s|mon Sl „„,„„, St M irk J,,:' M S \ r ,'' rt, '' >r 0 "*' more equipmenl. more dams and Bost-obel ;ind St John Baptist Mil. Recent discussions In bore-holes than it can to-day. The balance of 7.W:—(Thlrtv the local legislature prompt me and. secondly, the Government jeven dollars and ninety eiirht to send you. for publication If s u ble. In spite of declining cents), has been given to the v 4_.y d lrr extract from an revenue, to make use of these Reverend Francis Godson of S^^ST ^* f if t\ Roy 1 1 ,, Em P rp ervea not only to maintain Chelsea Road for him to allot to Society by Sir John Hall, retlrw th out interruption and dlalocharily %££!r%2L& ttln 1 1 rfl lon ,hc *•** r0 *r*' ot de Thanks to all for the wonderful opening remarks His Excellency vi-lupmcni, but even to accelerquotcd a phrase by a well-known Bte expenditure during a time of authority which to. me. after W ononue deprewlon. a time reading the whole address, might w han all governmenU would be regarded afl hla text : "How wlsh fllld f cw can afford, to yesterday and to-day ..pend heavily in order to mitican be kept from paralysing toHu c the local effects ot the slump morrow. aB( ) 0 preserve public confidence The extract follows. The noi uncommon practice of to in e .poj Voura faithfully. spending lavishlv uhen revenue uress of Fe 8 3 52 KCONOMfST „ hi, h „ nd JMB applying drasUc £Tu Glie," 'The dramatic increase in the Protectoratt's revenue which has taken place in the last six or seven years has not been accompanied by an equivalent increase of recurrent expenditure, which in ISS1 is estimated to be only nil -CSl million against a revenue of 0 f the £I2| million. It has been the when t polle) Ol the Protectorate Gov 1 ,,, eminent 'to restrain recurrent dut% ul expenditure and to build pport given ihls charity. Yours trulv. WM REDMAN GUm and th* Brithh Council To The Cdltor. The Advocate— SIR.—May I call your attention -logy of the Dally ExI ebniary 4th for publistiJiles cartoon which you and panic measures of economy reproduce today Wb0B icvcnue* fall, is really very Whatever mav be thought of the wasteful of money and mancampaign waged by the Express power By that method^ when and its associates against Ihe Briltimes are good the Government ish Council there Is no doubt that concentrates its efforts on buildthese cartoons are clever and * up a great administrative amusing Nevertheless, that this %  nine to spend up to the limit cartoon should be published at the •h.*i1 .l.-'v miiimi' than < .m.. ii n1A u . ....„_ ^.a, •a-^. State's revenue; then ne* are bad. all energies death i-devoted to the dreary C F. i letienchmK start, elosmg Ortlcer 'orks and curtailing aerat le^ lime as the" news of the In the Cairo riots of Mr. I Jones, an Administrative of the Untlsh Council, waj %  unforiunate A protest from revenue.surpluses large VK es. Thus, public expenditure wai publUhed in the Express of capital reaerves for future in& contracted Just at a time when February 4th with the note "Daily vestment or expenditure. It has increased expenditure la most Express .hangs its head, apologises Men thought wise to take adneeded and would do the greatfor an unlnieniional lapse of taste.'" vantaai of present day "boom' Mt good to the greatest number As one who was ln the thick S nditlons to strengthen the ( ,f people. Moreover, no sound of the riots of IMS and 1936 whl-h rotectorgte/s llnancial position development can be done by fits preceded the signing of the very and accumulate substantial capla nd starts, by eaieering wildly treaty now unilaterally abrogated tal reserves. In a few years' f 0[W rd and then jamming the by Egypt. I en state with ccrtainlimc the general reserves lhat Kca r* into reverse. Development t) that at such times the man trythe Uganda Government have m lr „. economic, no less. I sugIng to serve his country as a civilbullt up and which to-dav. expgt, than m the political sphere. l-*n does so at far gr-ater risk than eluding Price Assistance Fund., vhould be an orderly, uninter'be man in uniform. One death amount to some £13 milli. %  : ward progress. irom among the twenty-one Lonwlll be worth, ln terms of goods /'„„,/, y ttr Charitira in-appointed British Council ofand services much more than ,. ,,, .*",", -rs in Egypt-many of whom they are to-day. ,h " Aeeoceie. nrp cx-Bervtcemen—is a far highIt U not. I suggest, bad nnan_ g SJ t £an that auffered %  by the armed forces. That being r-ahion • held Show DIARY Monday -The first inhabitants <>t Barbadoc were Arawak Indians. Archaeological evidence exists to prove that Canbs alw \IMU-. the island before we did. They probably came to make raids upon the Arawak settlements. That's tht sort of primitive att'tude they had to life. I'm forced lo treeabej thk fact about Barbados not beiny an uninhabited island whin the British took possession It has not yet sunk in. 1 notice that even Charles Allmon who did us proud in the thing he wrote for the National Geographic also perpetuates the widespread ignorance about Barbados' early inhabitants. The point must bo driven home Barbados was not an uninhabited island. It belonged to the Arawaks before any Europeans or Africans came near the place. And "the bearded ones" from whom we K* 1 ihe name Barbados were just as likely Aiawaks as "fig" trees. II some members of the House of Assembly studied our history they would not babble such nonsense as they are reported to have bubbled about the Publicity Committee. The Aruwaks and the Europeans are the only people entitled to any special privileges so far as these derive from the priority of settlement. The others came along much later. And the history books repeat ad nauseam that slavery was not suffered by one race: there were white slaves and black slaves. The whole point about slavery is that it is a bad system. We want to keep it from recurring yet if words mean anything there are some people who want to bring it back. Slavery is a system based on discrimination, by which equal rights of status and citizenship are legally denied to certain people. If what I read in the Advocate on page 6, March 6 is true that a "government went as far as saying that with the appointment at Seawell the person had to be other than white." it is high time that the freedoms guaranteed by the United Nations Charter be invoked. Because this smacks of racial discrimination of the worst kind. And the United Nations are committed to the encouragement of "respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to sex. race, language, or religion." We want DO racial Big Stick here. Tueaday—1 wonder how many (xihticians travel by 'bus. I know that a lot ot their constituents are beginning to complain about 'bus service. I remember more than a year ago pointing out how difficult it was for people to get to Bridgetown during the morning hours and how people had to pay extra from Baxters Road to the 'b\i; Stand to make sure of a seat on a 'bus going to St. James. I believe things have not improved much. But two complaints have reached me thlfl week. The first is that 'buses drive too fast for the peace of mind of passengers. Second that when one 'bus is behind another 'bus. the 'bus in front will not allow the 'bus behind to passout because the 'bus in front wants al: the fares. This is midsummer madness. Instead of cutting their own throats in this kind of competition why do not 'bus owners try and run their 'buses at the times when there are more passengers than buses? lVedncMlay--Remember that 1 complained about the general post system by which the Colonial Service was run as a service for careerists flitting from one colony to the other? The Belgians have not gut enough colonies to make this mistake. So I was not surprised to read of a Governor General of the Congo having first gone there 40 years ago. That gives a man time to find out something about a country and to-day the Belgians have found out plenty. "The Belgian Congo to-day" I quote, "affords vivid proof thai darkest Africa is becoming very bright indeed." I doubt whether we could say the same for British Africa P.S. A girl I know who has been waiting for months to get a bed in the hospital can't understand what all this shouting about flats is about. She wants her appendix out. It hurts Thursday—One easy step towards increasing access to the sea near Speightstown can be taken now. There are on the sea side a number of houses which can easily bo removed. It wouldn't take much planning to arrange suitable sites for these houses, especially if help with repairing the present houses was offered. A start has to be made sometime with preserving the beauty (if Barbados. And it's no good crying over Bay Street or the St. James coast. What we've got to do is to prevent further restrictions on our common heritage PAPER SERVIETTES in Pastel Shades 80r. per MO. ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Grey.tone, Hastings Congoleum... Six Feet Wide Ph. 4472 Fibre Mats in 4 Sizes C. S. Pitcher & Co. Li* Received TodayVICUNA... For Tuxedos & Dre&swear 60"Wii!c-;;i.O3p.yi Da Costa & Co., Ltd. MINI-MOTORS &f Can be easily attached to your Bicycle. Minimum of Maintenance. PRICE S9.1.00 &f DA COSTA 8c CO. LTD.-Agents %  '-'.-.-.v.-.-,-.-..-.-.-.".-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..,.,.,..wv-.'.t, START YQUR so, this particular cartoon los Its rial prart.cr tn nrcumul.tr capl ''"l^n> til In time of rising prices and "irmo numr held at the Marine to rxpenrt it when prices fall Hotel on Tuesday. Marcti1 4th1. point and It seems a pity that GU> •nd. In the case ot public flnwai *n5..B:— (Six hutxlred and undoubted sfctU Is not used more ..tires, this has a douhte advanIhirty seven dollars and nlnetv constructivclv laie. Firstly. Ihe taxpayers gel ci^ht cents) $100.00:— (One Yours truly. more for their money because hundred dollars) has been donatj| RISEI.Y TUCKER. the value of money rise* u vd to each of the following Representative. WITH MEATS & I ISH Friday—Please may we have some flowering trees in the Bay Street Window ? Saturday—Please may the fountain play everv day instead of onlv on certain dayi? Ox Ii.nrii.-'. Corned iii III u-—. • .11 MUrer l>reaa*d Trtae Iir-wd RahblU KMneyi <>x Taila Fllleta Sai Salman Klppera Haddock Cod Mackerel I'llrhards WHY WORKY A-BOtT THE WHISKY SHORTAGE Try ear 3 jmr U GOLD BRAID RUM WIU. Canada Dry Soda Plat Tin MARMALADE 32c. per tin SWEET COUNTER Sharps Sw-eeta %  >" RtacaHe < orktall Blseniu Cocktail Onion* Coloured 1 liurchman's. ClfmreUe* Km busy Ctxaretlea GODDARD'S.








_ ESTABLISHED 1895



W. Indies Trade Union

Officials: To

In Barbados

‘Twenty West Indian trade union officials will assem-
ble in Barbados this month for a school on trade unionism.

The school will open on the 24th March.

_ Sponsors are the Development and Welfare Orzani-
zation. A Development and Welfare grant of £5,000 has
been approved to meet expenses. Dean of the course will
be Mr. F. C. Catchpole, O.B,E., Labour Adviser to the
Comptroller.

The course will follow the gen-

eral lines of the successful course
held in 1948 under the direction





of Mr, C. W. Burrows, C.B.E., then FOR TRADE
Labour Adviser to the Comp- UNION COURSE
roller.

Lecturer on trade union (From Our Own Correspondent

GRENADA, March 14.

The Two Grenadians se-
lected to attend the Barba-
dos trade union course are
Norris James of the Manual
and Mental Workers’ Union
and Dorset Patterson of
the Grenada Workers Union.

It is also officially dis-
closed that one each is being
sent from the St. Vincent,
St. Lucia and Dominica
Governments.

Kidney Will
Represent
Barbados

THE Board of Management of
the Barbados Cricket Association
yesterday evening appointed Mr.
J. M. Kidney to act as one of
Barbados’ representatives at the
forthcoming meeting of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control in
place of Mr. E, L. G. Hoad who
has found it impossible to attend
the meeting. The other representa-
tive is Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte.

Before the appointment was
made, Mr, E. A. V. Williams raised
the question of representatives
bringing back reports of the
meeting to the local body, and
intimated that he would not vote
for anyone who thought that the

subjects
will be Mr. J. D. M. Bell, MA.
research worker and lecturer in
industrial relations at Glasgow
University. The son of a Durham
coal-miner, Mr, Bell is an Oxford
graduate. He also runs evening
courses for trade union studies in
Glasgow, and has written several
monographs on trade unionism.
He arrived by air yesterday
evening.

T.U.C. Donation And
Goodwill Message

The Trades Union Congress of
Great Britain has sent the follow-
ing message:

“The T.U.C. welcome the hold-
ing of a three-months trade union
school at Barbados. As a token of
practical interest, the General
Council have made a donation of
£50 to cover a number of small
bursaries towards out-of-pocket
expenses. The appointment as
lecturer on trade unionism of Mr.
Bell, who has a long experience
in the service of the Workers’
Educational Association, has beer
reported to the General Council,
and they wish him and the school
maximum success.”

This message and the T.U.C’s
generous gift have been grateful-
ly acknowledged.



Wide Scope of Training

The course has been planned to
cover a wide range of subjects. In
addition to lectures on trade union
history and organization, labour
legislation, labour relations and a : .
machinery for nagetienen between {mission was a “‘tea-party.’ ‘
the two sides of industry, there} During a lengthy discussion
will also be talks on the social/which ensued, it was observed
h of the West Indies and on'!that one of the Barbados repre-
such pebfeuts of lodéal and general sentatives had received a notice
importance as economics, 4) \-
ture, housing, fishegies and social
Ss ces,

Heads of departments in the
Barbados government and Advis-
ers to the Comptroller for Devel-
opment and Welfare will lecture
on their special subjects. The Report Altered
Labour Commissioner and Chief} Mr. Williams said he had been
Factories Inspector to the govern-| reliably informed that the Report
ment of Trinidad and Tobago will] which had been prepared by Mr. |
give three talks each, It is hoped] J. M, Kidney on the 1950 tour to |
also to obtain lecturers from the} England hag been altered in some
University College of the West In-|respects by a senior member of
dies and the Imperial College of|the West indies Cricket Board,
Se eet vividness to|@24 asked whether that was true.
the instruction, a number of mock Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte who
tribunals, arbitrations, and discus-|@cted as Chairman of the meeting
sions between workers and em-|in the absence of Sir Allan Col-
ployers will be staged. lymore, said that no one was in a

position to say whether the re-
Housed At Y.M.C.A. port had been altered or not, but
From the Development and Wel-

Mr. Kidney said that he would see
fare grant students will receive|/t, it that his report appeared as
free passages from and to

he had originally written it.
home territories, the cost of ac- +
commodation in’ Barbados, and al,, After being pressed by Mr. Wil

liams, Mr. Kidney gave an assur-
ee ae el stay at the [ance that he would co-operate
YM C.A.. where the course is to| With the other representative and
be held. |» make a full report on the matters

which were set down on the Agen-
da for the meeting of the
Gasolene Retailers
Resume Sales

W.I.C.B.C.
(From Our Own Correspondent)

Mr. Kidney said that as he saw
it, representatives were appointed

KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14.

Jamaica gasolene retailers re-

as members ~f the control Board,
but they should report fully on all
matters discussed by the Board, so
long as those matters were set

sumed sales to the public

afternoon as the three-day strike

against what they termed the

small increase in their profit mar-

down on the ee¢enda.
gin ended. Instructions to call off

John Goddard
the strike issued by the Gas Men | Expected Tuesday

taken by the Government with The Advocate was reliably in-
the full support of Bustamante not } formed yesterday that John God-
to reconsider their decision to in- |dard, Captain of the West Indies
crease the price by one cent per |Cricket Team to Australia, will
gallon. arrive in Barbados on Tuesday
Government, however, aré|next week by plane from Trini-
speeding up consideretion of legis- | dad.
lation to control the erection of No information has yet been
service stations to restrict the |received as to when Denis Atkin-
trade. son will arrive.

to attend the meeting, on the
agenda for which was set down
“To consider the Annual Report,”
but no copy of the report which
was to be considered had been
received.







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HEADER

°

lits ability

Meet

| “Empress Of
— Scotland”
‘Calls On Tour

|
| THE CPR
“Empress of

tourist
Scatland”

liner
on

which Queen Elizabeth andj}

her husband the
Edinburgh - sailed

Duke of
back to

England from their Canadian!

tour last November, paid her
second visit this year to Bar

bados yesterday bringing 410]

American and Canadian pas-
sengers. She was here on|
February 7.

Already this winter the 26,000-
ton “phantom white Empress” has
made four cruises—three from
New York and one from England.
The itinerary this cruise is iden-
tical with the last cruise. She
started off from New York on
March 9 and passed through St.
Thomas before calling here, She
left port at about 1 a.m. today for
La Guaira, Curacao, Cristobal and
Havana and New York again. The
cruise will last 16 days.

Captain Duggan who brought
her here on the last cruise said
that they met very fine weather
throughout this cruise and the
passengers are enjoying every bit
of it. ‘Everybody i¢ fascinated
with Barbados and talks about
— = seabathing”, he said.
uckily for them, the Empress of
Scotland stayed longer in port
than any other of the tourist ships
calling here this season.

The passengers met a sunny day
and they were dressed appropri-
ately. They never seemed tired
taking snap shots of “things of
interest” about the City and the
waterfront.

The Empress of Scotland is
now the fastest tourist liner run-
ning between Canada and Eng-
land. She cruises at about 20 knots,
During the summer she is used in
the Liverpool-Montreal passenger
service, This winter she is on a
dollar earning, programme.

Pinay Will
Honour
Commitments

PARIS, March 14,

Premier Antoine Pinay pledged
General Eisenhower that his gov-
ernment will fulfil to the limit of
France’s commitments
to Western Defence. Eisenhower
conferred with 50 officials and!
Defence Ministers Rene Pleven at
the Premier’s official residence in
Hotel Matignon. Pleven joined |
the conference which had been \
Sapnay planned as a courtesy |
call,

The primary intention was a
visit of courtesy on the new



highly delighted to find out that
the new French Government will}
follow to the limit of its ability}
the policy of pursuing peace and!



{strength through collective security

by the nations of the West.”

Pinay already had won the ap-

proval of the National Assembly
to begin his programme to stave
off National bankruptcy.
; The Assembly last night adopted
{301 to 101 these two measures pro-
posed by Pinay as the first step
back toward solvency:

l.g A request to the Bank of
France for a loan of $25,000,000
in gold to reduce the Nation’s debt
t8 the European Payments Union,
The loan will be repaid with
Allied gold recovered from Ger-
many,

2. Postponement from March
20 to May 15 of the repayment of
the $71,425,000 loan received from
the National Treasury.

This will permit the govern-
ment to use any funds on hand to
pay administrative eer



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Arrives In Barbados

: Stock Farm |
Planned For |
B. Honduras

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, March 14.

There is still hope that a British
Honduras stock farm may
developed to produce meat for
local consumption and eventually
for export to other British West
Indian colonies.

But the scheme will be under-
taken by private enterprise and

not the Colonial Development
Corporation.
Cgnsidering development . ot

livestock for local consumption are
the old established Belize Estate

and Produce Company
who already . the lar
private -en farm in
colony.

Many years ago before motor;
transpoft was widely used in the
colony, they provided horses for
the Belize Police Force.

On their farm to-day they have
about 1,300 head of livestock
mainly to supply their workmen
engaged on timber operations.

The dairy herd has been im-
proved by importation of Angus
and Aberdeen bulls from Jamaica.

The company recently came to! be in Barbados from March 14th
the British —26th inclusive.

Government for the |
sale of livestock on the hoof and | visit

an agreement with
Honduras

not as previously at deadweight., March) a Conference of the Social
prices are suitable and con-| Welfare Officers in all the British

If

sumption justifies expansion the
company wil! increase their herd
still further.

Another Project

They are also working on
another project. Recently arrived
in the colony from London is

| Premier, “Eisenhower told news-|Mr. C. Troughton who has been
;men after the meeting.” But I was

assigned the task of establishing a
piggery to provide further fresh
meat for the timber.

It this enterprise looks like
proving satisfactory the company
will seek to set up a_ pickling
factory to provide pork for local
consumption in the colony and
possibly later for éxport.

The farm they operate is in the
Banana Bank region, one of the
richest in the colony. Much of
its open land and the remainder
has been cleared over the years
to provide suitable grazing
pastures

The farm has been operated at
a loss but only because Little out-
side business was done; the
primary. object being to feed
employees of the company.

It is learned here that D.C.D.
stock and equipment is likely to
be bought by the local govern-

ment, But if it is offered for
sale by auction bids may be
made by the Belize Estate and

Produce Company.

Budget Attacked

By Miners’ Union
LONDON, March 14.

The National Union of Mine



SATURDAY, MARCH 15,
FROM “EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND”



forces and armaments, including Communist guns raked United
a effective international control of| Nations lines in the heaviest ar-
ALL THROUGH the day, lammch loads of tourists from the “Empress of Scotland” were landing at itomic energy and the elimina-| tillery poutiding of the year
the Baggage Warehouse steps, ae tion of all major weapons adapta-| Thursday and hurled a battalion
, [ 1 S p S A} tat hould tiate}| &a States and Turkish forces on
S S rn P re - states SHOUL negotiate the Eastern Front.
t B e ta te mong shemapives, with the: Com- The attack was beaten off
” . nea “aaa cea eukaan het bloodily in one of the bigger ac-
é ec ees anc arma ents oO



1952





Ee

US. Proposes

Disarmament

Plan To U.N.

UNITED NATIONS, March 14.
The United States to-day proposed to the United Na-
tions a plan for disarmament which would start with a
worldwide census of arms and a “foolproof” system of
checking data supplied by each Opening the work
of the newly created Disarmament Commission, Benja-




min V. Cohen, United States representative, proposed a
five point plan of the work ef the Commission.
rhe commission should
examine plans for “progressive U N T: k
and continuing” disclosure of all se © a e
irmed forees and armaments and i s r
t should set up a system of inter- y W t
ational inspection to check ear Ss ors

the accuracy of data

supplied

It should study metheds of cal-|
culating and fixing overall limits
and restrictions on all armed

Pounding

SEOUL, Korea, March 14.

ble to mass destruction assault at the hard fighting Unit-

tions of the “private” war being

certain levels waged against the United Nations

There should be established

t t i trol + by the rebuilt North Korean
international contro’ organ wee st arr BKastern
work out necessary safeguards in eaters te os

- : . 7 disarrnament programme eo m . er
' ON a tour of the West Indies to get first-hand experi- Prog ‘ coe nes eee. aeoeeTre:
; : . 4 1 : . ; w| Eighth «4 a > -
€nce*of conditions in the Caribbean area, Mr. C, G. East-}] The ¢ eccmionies, sul’ raw) oe oie A. Wee Weak, tae
wood, C.M.G., Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Colo- |Â¥P & Umetable of disarmamen have more artillery in Korea
nial Office, arrived in Barbados on Thursday night on a Cohen introducing these pro-|than the United Nations can
short visit. He is a guest at Government House posals said. “The nations’ fears | ™uster, slammed 3,155 rounds

— ~- - Mr. Eastwood who is: in charge have multiplied their arms and | '"'° =e eee

4as , 5 D p - t « . ors ‘ -
of some of the economic activities the nations’ arms have multi United States soldiers burrow

CHILD FOUND

plied their fears.

in the Colonial Office. eq deep in bunkers and holes in

ror y i. “
production their sector of the Eastern Front

and marketing, and of the admin-

IN BRAMBLES istration of Research, held a Press|. People of the world look to] while being hit by 1,390 rounds
Conference at Government House {this commission to find a way to|of the Reds’ artillery demonstra-
Bleeding from the mouth yesterday morning. He told the |"everse this process and to] tion,

and bawling, a new-born conference that “it is the general |*chieve balance by reduction A full Battalion —- about 700
female child weighing about policy of the Colonial Office that )!Stead of by production of armed | men North Korean troops at-
nine pounds, was found in Colonial Office officials should get |forees and armaments tacked ‘Heartbreak Ridge” sector
prickly brambles about 9.15 to know the colonies as much as People: look.‘ ns ten bitten on held by the 35th United States
a.m. yesterday by Ilene possible,” and he had no special copie: look to us for guida Regiment and the Turkish Bri-

Taylor aback of her resi- away from this wasteful approach

object in coming to Barbados ex- gade but were beaten back.

dance at MoCleane Gap, || cept inthe Interest of his own |{e,,sqntrry, and jowards & on} Mga” o¢ heartbreak jn "Punch
‘ cati 7 ’ _ vl” sector, nite ations
Brittons Hill, ducation atie plan for getting out from! 2°" eer pean ete + oe

The child was taken by
the Police to the General
Hospital where it died about

in opposite a Communist strong-
hold received a 624 round bom-
bardment from camouflaged Red

under fear.

Forty-seve ars Sast-
Forty-seven years old, Mr. East Ours: fe thesefore

wood joined the Colonial Office 25 a_ terrifying









after years ago. He was Private Secre. |*@sponsibility. We must not) jing.
a eee ee ana pene || tary to the High Commissioner o. fall”... vp. |, 4. patrol of the 14th Regiment
Wales were the body and Palestine in 19382 and 1933. He rata in the 25th Division killed ten
face. A renal valise was later served in the Cabinet Office ite Communist soldiers and wounded
found a few yards away in London for a year or two, after i at least 20 in a “heavy engage-
The ce were carrying which hé returned to the Colonial Scouts Pleased ment” fought near the northern-
out gations, Office, most crest of Heartbreak Ridge.

Forty-fifth Division forces retook
j a hill they lost on the northwest
of Yonchon on the Western Front.
Southeast of Pyongyang on the
Central Front tanks of the 72nd



Visit Last May

Mr. Eastwood visited Barbados
last May with Mr. Bottomley. On

With J’ca

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14.

Activities Of












. this present tour, he has already ; L " As ; : ;

2 eae aoa Major J. E, GriMith, Island] battalion made a brief foray into ;

Social Welfare en awe ty =~ ee aes Scout Commissioner Barbados,| Chinese lines, |
° January 23rd and he ee visited |@"4 20 scouts now attending the} In the air United Nations’
Adviser Jamaica, ‘Trinidad and British |C&fPbean Jamboree in Jamaica) fighter-bombers continued round

are pleased with Jamaica and
the reception given the contingent
they told the Press today.

the clock attacks on Red commu-
nication lines Thursday, un-
challenged by Communist fight-

Guiana. He continues his
with a visit to St, Vincent.

tour
Mr, Wilfred Chino, C.M.G., will







Mr. Eastwood was very much _ Major Griffith said that the] ers.— U.P,
During the first week of his ComeEanG, wats the negotiations ete one sorgeate
i o ne ‘omm y r|very favourab with e =
se Sees LVR to 8808 Agreement with the ‘Ministry et ing of Age” Jamboree at Arrowt LIMIT ON BANK
Food. Park, England, in 1
Caribbean territories is being held Asked what the attitude of the King’s Scout Geoffrey Rudder DEPOSITS RAISED
at Hastings House. These meetings | Colonial Office was to Social andj was selected to attend Radio

Economic Development in the

Jamaica on Monday, took part in At meeting of the Directors
West Indies, the Assistant Under-

are not open to the general public 1 .
pe & ey a double or nothing programme of | of the Barbados Government Sav-

as the agenda hag been organised

for d f rofessional | Secretary of State replied non-| questions and answers and was| ings Bank held on Wednesday the
ele ee " sr commitally that social develop-|winner of the maximum prizes | 12th March, 1952, it was agreed to
From March 24th—26th how-|™ent “depends greatly on the|having answered all questions | increase the limit on deposits from

ever, Mr, Chinn will be surveying} ®mount of money available to be
various aspects of the social ser- Pent on such services, - a:
vices in Barbados itself. During pressed the hope that with a better
this period::— price now being paid for sugar,

sufficient money would be found

Tuesday, March 25th at 8.15 p.m. | to meet the most urgent needs of

in the Y.M.C.A, Hall, (by kind| the respective colonies. It was a
permission of the Directors),

The Jamboree which began on |

$1,440.00 to $2,400.00 with effect
March 5 concludes on March 17. |

as from the 15th of March.





matter for the colonies to decide
how much they could afford to
spend, and in what particular field
of social service that money would
be spent, he said.

Under the Chairmanship of the
Hon, the Col. Secretary an Open
meeting will be held,

No Comment

Mr, Eastwood declined to make
any comment as to the attitude of
tation:— his Department on the question of

1. Members of the Committees | Political development, and sug-
of the Voluntary Organisations | gested that that was a matter
working in the Social Welfare| Which could be taken up with
Field. | Lord Munster when he visits Bar-

2. Members of the Vestries | >ados later in the year,
(particularly members of Poor
Law Boards, Chairman of Vestry | the o tunity t t » of

. : ine p rtunity to meet some oO

Playing Field Committees and) the lending politicians and offi-
Vestry officials.) . cials, and today, he will go on a
3. Members of Old Age Pen-) tour of the country and visit some

sions Committees, of the estates, He leaves Barbados
4. Members of the General | on Monday.

public who are interested.
Deadlock In
St. Lucia Continues

It is hoped that representatives
of the following organisations will
attend, and in the absence of any
other, will regard this as an invi-

Yesterday Mr, Eastwood took





Decision Reserved

Until Twesday |

(From Our Own Correspondent
(From Our Own Correspondent) ST. LUCIA, March 14
KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14, The deadlock continues in thr

The Court reserved judgment as| strike situation with rival union

Workers, Britain’s largest ang one|the trial of the Hon. Joseph Mal-| competing claims for eight and |
of her most influential unions, at-;¢0lm, Minister of Education and | four pence instead of the five and
tacked the Churchill Government | his wife, Ellen Malcolm, ended in| a penny basic wage according to





Budget bitterly « and announced | Spanish Town today after several | an agreement concluded
they would anak wage in~ | days’ hearing of evidence on| month ;
creases charges of conspiracy to defraud} H.M.S. Sparrow irrived

The Churchill Government has, farm workers seeking “call cards” | aftert oon, Governor Arunde
maintained an uneasy truce with; for U.S. recruitment. already here and Windward
the trade union since election but Malcolm did not personally give |, Labour Adviser Norman Pears«
this mine unjon’s action spot-, evidence but lawyers ,who in-| arrived Thursday Apart’ fre
lighted the danger that lurked, cluded ex-Minister of Social Wel-! cane fires there has been no v (
ever since the Conservative vic-|fare, Frank Pixley, called other | lence. } /
tory — that the unions would | witnesses. | The Governor is due to lea Mi ad )
use industrial strikes to fight The Judge said he would hand | for London, Saturday for talks ° ore an more te
back .—U.P. down his decision om Tuesday ithe reconstruction of Castrie

Germans Train Egypt’s Ar

CAIRO, March i4
A handful of German Ariny
officers including at least cne
General are advising the Egyptian

people are saying —
amy

be I

as technical advisors in a nur I

of departments of the army
The sources said there
intention to recruit German fore

r army < artment i

includir

ed










Army on training and various jas a prelude t a 5 ble ne ie
staff organizational duties accord- jround of the I itt re tween the W
J ,ing to authoritative source the intention of been litt ar
; ‘ | The General, an expert njthem agair ) ' ing either techr
2 a, ie ae armoured warfare, has been the only Gerr puis t fron

, : id coed nt See on signed to the newly appointed; gaged aré t we stern |
~ ei een ateeirtnies acne eee t nee mess an Ae ete ETN es 8 armoured its of the Egyptian | consist of actin; |
“

PAGE TWO





Carub Calling

IS HONOUR W. F
Administrator of St. Vincent
who was holidaying here for the
pask week staying at Sea View
Guest House teft yesterday morn-

COUTTS

ing on the S.S. Golfito for Eng-
land where he will spend six
months, He was accompanied by
his wife and two children
Intransit
NTRANSIT on the SS. Golfite
from Trinidad yesterday
morning were Mr, and Mrs. Percy
de Nobriga who are now on their
way to England to «spend four

months during which time they

will tour the Continent, They
were accompanied by their two
children,

Mr, de Nobriga will afterwards
leave for Nairobi where he is

Assistant Secretary to the Kenya
Government. Mrs. de Nobriga will
remain in England until October
to settle their daughter Jean at
a boarding school. Their little son
will be returning to Nairobi with
her,

Hospital Matron
ISS J. McKAY ROSS, Matron
of the Maternity Hospital,
returned to Scotland yesterday
morning by the S.S. Golfite after
spending about three years in
Barbados,
On Holiday

RIGADIER ARMAND A.

SMITH, M.C, and Mrs. Smith
of Winona, Ontario are at present
in Barbados spending a holiday.
They are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Brigadier Smith who saw ser-
vice in World Wars I and JI is
the son of the late Senator E. D.
Smith of Winona while his wife is
the daughter of the late Senator
Gibson of Beamsville, Ontario.

Canadians Like Barbados
T. COL. J. G, GIBSON, Indian.
Army Retired and Mrs. Gib-
son from Canada arrived here
on Wednesday by B.W.1A. from
Trinidad with the intention of

spending one week. Phey told B.W.

Carib yesterday that they like it
here so much that they are going
to stay on for another five weeks.

They came down from Canada
late November and were staying
at the Arnsvale Beach Hotel in

Tobago from its opening date De- Pr

I, uptil they came over

to Barbados.
Lt. Col and Mrs,
staying at the Hastings Hotel.

For Officers Course
APT. W. R. H. ARMSTRONG,
Su; intendent of Police,
left the island yesterday morning
by the S.S. Golfite for England
where he will attend a Senior Po-
lice Officers’ Course which begins
ter in the month at agg
ore, near Coventry, ar-

wickshire. .

The Course which is expected to
last for about three months is a
similar one to which Major R, A.

and Capt, W. A. Farmer

Arrangements are being made
for Capt. Armstrong to be at-
tached for a _ week or two to the
Nottingham Police and to a dis-
trict training centre at the end of
the course. Arrangements are also
being made for him to study dog
training with the Metropolitan Po-
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M® NORMAN | MAYLE,
C.M.G who i n Assistant
Secretary in tte -Cotonial Office is
now in Barbados staying as a
guest of Sir George and Lady Seel

at “Bemersyde”. Christ
He arrived on Thugsday night by
BW.LA. from E 1 Guiana

Mr. Mayle who is-on a tour of
the Caribbean avea, is head of
West Indian Department B which
includes among other things liai-
son with the Development and
Welfare Organisation ds well as
the Caribbean Commission and
responsibility for all West Indian
regional questions

He has already visited Bermuda
the Bahamas, Jamaica, British
Honduras, Trinidad and British
Guiana, He eaves here on March
16 for Trinidad and will also re-
turn to Jamaica on his way back
to England.

To Open Theatre

R. MAURICE JONES, Man-
ager of the Globe Theatre
and the China Doll Restaurant,
left yesterday by B.W.1A, for
British Guiana to open another of
his company’s theatres to be called
“The Globe” in Georgetown.
It is likely that Mr, Jones might
be seconded to this new theatre in
Georgetown.

To Join Her Husband

M*. OUDKERK, wife of Lt.

“Billi” Qudkerk, Plant
Manager of Canada Dry Ltd., ar-
rived on Thursday night by
B.W.1.A. from British Guiana ac-
companied by her two daughters,
She has now come to join her
husband who came out here earlier
in the year to take up his new
duties,

Church.

For Weifare Talks
members of the British
Guiana delegation for the
Social Welfare Conference of the
British Caribbean area which
opens at Hasti House on Mon-
day oe on Thursday night by
There are Mr. Pelham Warner,
Assistant Social Welfare Officer
who Was accompanied by his wife,
Mr, D. E. MeDavid, C Proba-
tion Officer and Mr. Ralph Scar-
gall, Welfare Officer, B.G. Sugar
‘educers’ Association
. Bay are
staying at the Hastings Hotel while
Mr. McDavid is at Abbeville Guest
House.
Mr. Ivor Smith, the other B.G.

d who is Senior District
Comtlepicnne te is already
in Barbados on a

Dancers On Tour

Gani with the Empress of
Scotland as

tainers are Mr. and Mrs, Terry
Templer who are professional
dancers of New Jersey, U.S.A, Mr,
and Mrs, Tem specialise in ex-
hibition ballroom dancing through
which they have been making
their living for almost all their
lives, oar ee shows over W.O.R,
—_ and Television Station.

. Templer said that

were enjoying the cruise immense-
ly and were getting and ap.
preciative audiences ard the
Empress of Scotland, She likes

dancing enter- *

Travel Agent

M*: AND MRS. CHARLES w.
HEMING of Hamiiton On-
tario, returned to Canada yester-
day evening by T. C. A. after
spending six weeks’ holiday. They
were staying at the Hotel Royal

Mr. Heming who is President of
Heming Bros, Travel Agents of
Hamilton said that of the 600
miles of highways in Barbados he
thinks that he has covered 589.
His wife and he thoroughly en-
joyed their stay and hope to re-
turn next year.

He also said that in October
in Miami, Florida the American
Society of Travel Agents gvihich in-
cludes Canada is going to have a
convention and he will try to
persuade as many of the delegates
to take a trip to Barbados. The

, Committee are making
arrangements to entertain as many
as 50 of the delegates as their
guests.

M®. A. L. BARNARD of St.

cla who has been holiday-

ing here for the past two weeks,
to return

expects home sometime
in April. She is staying at the
Crane Hotel,

> o e

Ginger’s Million

EVEN America’s lush tele-
vision world, where money flows
as 30 years ago it flowed
in Hollywood, is rocked by news
that Ginger Rogers—41 next July
—has signed one of the fattest of
all contracts exclusive services for
five years at a flat million dol-
lars,

Explained William Dozier, top
man of Columbia Broadcasting
System: “The thought behind it
is that Miss Rogers with her ver-
satility will bring some variation
into TV shows,

Miss Rogers, with more than 60
films behind her, has not yet
made her television debut.

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office, Lower Broad Street yester-

sea life too because she steered § day.

one of the little launches with

There was also a cake sale at

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MR. MACE (John Dolphin, extteme right), entertains his guests before proceeding to denounce one

of them as his wife’s murderer, A scene from the Lodge School production of “The Sentence of Death.”

The Sentence Of Death

The Lodge School Dramatic
Club, under the aegis of Mr.
Timpson, its producer and direct-
tor, has just celebrated the anni-
versary of its rebirth with its play

’ Fone ee are ey mgs ae

The Robin Took a Long Trip

—He Was Following a Very Large Worm—
By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid, the Shadows
with the turned-about names, were
sitting on the garden wall, watch-
ing a robin in the oak tree combing
his feathers with his bill when along
came another robin and alighted on
the branch right next to him,

“I wonder if they know each |
other?” Hanid whispered to Knartf. |
“I’m sure they do” said Knarf.

“Ail robins know each other.”

At that moment the two robins
began talking. Fortunately Knarf
and Hanid understood bird-lan
guage (they had learned it from a
parrot who could also talk Eng
lish), so they had no trouble under
standing what the two robins wére
talking about.

Second Robin

“Good-morning, Alewander,” said
the second robin to the first. “J
haven’t seen you for several days
Where have you been?”

“Good-morning, Clarice,” replied |
Alexander. “You haven't seen me
for several days hecause 1 was away |
on a trip.”

|
“A trip, Alexander?” said Clarice | “yes, and it puffed and snorted
ia surp se Where did you go on out gteat streams of smoke. Never
your trip?” vin my whole life did 1 ever see a
‘Well, said Alexander; “it | worm like this one. And the faster I
wasn't exactly a trip. It all started | dew, the faster it went. I chased it
° ren I saw a large worm, 1 decided across the bridge, then I chased it
‘9 follow it and cateh it. 1 was quite | over the meadows, then I chased it
tyngry when | first saw it, It was|over the swamps. It went in ard
rexily an enormous worm. , out among the trees, But it was so
|, Zell me more about it, please, | big and so fat that I was sure that
Clasice begged. a ; | once I caught it, 1 wouldn’t be hun-
— 7 yma of te oe Sky | gry for the rest of the summer,”
wher | first saw it,” Alexander went “sy » :
ou “It was crawling around the Pia did you finally catch it,
‘ ; : - | Alexander?
ey rae ene on = other side of i Alexander shook his head. “Just
w 3 t " t . ‘ x a 5 a . u $s
bit fast for a rig ieee ree as I thought 1 was catching up with
4 could catch it. So | started to fly it at last, whut do you think it did?
across the wos and ‘by and by | Ut suds dived tno its hele, And
yeas t il). But it wasn* S > las’ y of it. S
ica aie ; uttt wasn't ther turned back, and it took me until
“No? Where was it?” this morning to reach this tre
“It was going xeross a bridge to again. And I’m still hungry.”
, It was only later, after Alexande;
“My goodness! I’ve never heard ;#nd Clarice had flown off, that
of a worm going across a bridge!” ppert and dat ees what the
ig worm must have been, “That
robin was chasing a railroad train,
said Knarf.
“Silly old robin,” lanehed Hanid.

for Speech Day—‘The Sentence
of Death” a one—Act thriller by
Gladys St John-Loe.

This year, at last, when it pro-
duced Vernon Sylvane’s ‘‘The





The robins said, “Good morning” to
one another.

worm any robin ever followed. It
made loud snorting and puffing
noises.”

“You don’t say!”

“And sometimes it rang a Vell,”

“Oh!”



Puffing Noises
“This was a very curious worm
Clarice, “( was the most curious

Rupert and the New

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if

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fizzing noise nor far away which RNG. Bill. Let's get out.
iO, NO, Mot yet,’” says Rupert
tapidly grow: ‘louder. Suddenly eagerly. You said there ‘was

a great spinning ball of fire cushes
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Road of Poplars” their star was
John Dolphin, 16-year Old En-
glish boy and a relative new-
comer to the School. As the host
to a company of friends from
whom he wished to discover the
person guilty of running away
with his wife some 14 years be-
fore, Dolphin gave a cool, sophis-
ticated performance, lined with
sufficient emotion to bring the
play to a_ thrilling climax. He
was ably supported by Nicolas
Teller—his victim—and Edward
Hutson, as the complacent and
utterly—satisfied stockbroker.

The chief attribute of both the
club's plays has been the fact that
not only the acting, but also the
production and all that that en-
tails, was done by the boys them-
selves, Last year, for example,
Michael Bayne designed and built
the two side pieces decorated with

the school crest and badge, which

frame the stage; this year he
painted the portrait (left centre
of photo) of the host's dead wife,
which played such an important
part in the plot.

With the help of numerous
friends the School was able to
present an attractive set complete
with full lighting, pleasant furni-
ture, and excellent pictures for
the sum of only $35.00. But the
result could never have been
achieved had not so many boys
given up so much of their own
free time, and thus interpreted
most commendably the spirit of
the School Motto: “They can,
because they think they can.”

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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952

LODGE NEEDS EXPANSION SpE

whose VI Form career I

Headmaster Says =~
In School Report

PRESENTING his report on the activities and achieve-

for the first Term of the present

School Year.
Humfrey, now

to His



Excellency Sir

ments of the past academic year, Mr. W. A. Farm Siar unt tae” hacia

ear, Mr. W. A. er, Head- letter to his Headmaster
master of the Lodge School, said at the Speech Day Function dane that rhe ‘aeons
last Thursday that he thought it fair criticism to say that preferment

the boys of the school, with a few notable ex i
do more and better work.” Bieta

Making this observation after frey i i
refiewing the attainments of the fuceh Cranpie onde ean state
school in all spheres of its activi~ ble for a Barbados Schol 9
ties, the Headmaster said “toO Others too, of our boys partoounsd
many of us are prone to postpon- well:— A. K, Walcott’s Scholar
ing our best endeavours and tO ship Paper in English ‘
delay giving of our best sto Wwe scribed by the Examiner aie
are indeed, to use a co uia- muc i ¢
lism, ‘up against it.” We must while Preteen
change all this, "he counselled. Examiner in Mathematics’ the
“We must see the necessity for Higher Mathemation spake ot F.

planning well ahead and for pre- w >
paring ourselves for the Tests of
‘igh so ;
life, examinations and otherwise, Pure than’ Aneta a eee 7
well in advance, This character- fou; Candidates showed ee

he is an Old Lodge Boy.

We weltome too, F. S. Man-
ping, the 1952 Barbados Scholar
in Sci

who has generously accepted our
invitation to fill .the

appointment,

ning

© Mr. W. A. FARMER senior City Scholarship and

assurance for the future, on the eeded to the University of
exploits of our Old Boys in in- ds where she graduated with

stie of puttin ff is a ai j

in our ey to ay menaal alten high quality; F, W. Cheesman was ternational and in intercolonials an Honours Degree in French,
“The Headmaster appealed to 2, ‘l08e third to Cumberbatcn and spheres of Crizket. We too, b; ie Soanish as a subsidiary
parents. to help in the task of F. S. Manning of Harrison College. determination and grit can do ° sect.

likewise. We close this section congrat-
Setting aside the affection 1 ne Mr. Wilson, who joined

bear for my School and the par- } e staff in January 1951, on his

tiality it may give to my judg~ . ae recently elected a Graduate

ment, I think it fair criticism to ® Pog em of Physics.

wit a 5 ‘ool grows, it ie
A tow ties and attainments et

ringi 'â„¢m History D. S. Arch
bringing home to the boys the he. er was placed
urgent need and value of effort. Gnten >a. ye 7a Ca i-
He said, “We must keep on tell- orp cr re eg . n
ing - Cot etparionce sence, it Tit i. in oats
that what is best does not oblig- Barb: in mind that coy that boys
ingly and conveniently come our Barbados Scholarship Examina- “BY (7at our boys
tor laa tions,are not only qualitative but notable exceptions, can do more

way. What is good has and better xk TD ¢ 2nd time will not allow 7 we
ioe co. é er work. ‘00 y t we
diligently sought after and fought COâ„¢p@titive, and that though 7 oa ; many Oo} weary you, to touch sitivie

for.’ He added, “both by injunc- Cheesman and Walcott reached are prone to postponing our you, ouch singly each

the r best endeavours and to delay Year on — detailed news of Old
iscessary standard, they were giving of our best until we are BOYS — changes in curricutum—
indeed, to use a colloquialism, up te Cadet Corps — the Debating
against it. We must change all Society—Dramatic Art—contacts
this; we must see the necessity we the University College of the
; Yee se “manta for planning well ahead and for West Indies and other Universi-
Mr. Farmer, in delivering his eas preparing ourselves for the Tests ties, etcetera, but we must pause
Report said :— th . eos I_ should mention of life, Examinations and other- awhile to thank our many friends
Hon. Members, and Members of |, a . de W. Barrow was award- wise, ‘well in advance, This 224 well-wishers for gifts of one
the Governing Body, My Lord ane of the valuable exhibi- characteristic of putting is all — or another:—Doctor Harry
Bishop, Parents, Friends and Boys iment rg me Barbados Govern- too plain in our day to day men- ayley for the many expensive
of the School, Ladies and Gentle- "{R" tO the U.C.W.L, tal efforts; I appeal to all parents @Pparatus to our Physics Labora-
men, it is my first most pleasant jt a 7 too, to this School, to help us inf this task of bringing ae Kinch for his gift of
duty on behalf of the School to thirty ntp P& Sted that over home to our boys the urgent need f airs—Mr. E. K. Walcott for
y i a special wel to y per cent. of our boys are and value of effort. e must books for our Library—Mr. Nigel
extend a special welcome our from other col s i Reece for the gift of the S
distinguished guests Sir George and ar onies and countries keep on telling them that exper- Bell & oO! 1e School
CH eae Seal, veho have avacioua= for are not eligible:— this Year, ience teaches that what is best [4 and many other kindnesses
an ds , a r example, only five boys of does not obligingly and conven- —the British Council for the many
ly consented to be our Guests of the twelve who sat were books, Journals and British Peri-

: i ientl me our way:—what is
Honour at this most important A further limiting facthe ae oe goed has to be diligently aqught odicals sent from time to time—

Function in The Life of the School. numbers in our Seni is @ or: bi Mrs. Ulrich Gooding and :
Next, we wish to express to our the constant drain sony eo tena Se" eden os ink cleaties Winter for our New School Flag,
Chairman and to our Governing lish Public Schools where many connectedly and_ logically for and all those who have donate
Body our grateful appreciation of Qf, Our best boys win Public many of us, maybe all of us, is Speech Day Prizes. Nor can we
all they are doing and have done School Entrance and Scholarships, the award of years of hard work Stop to give adequate expression
for the welfare of the School. The thereby keeping up the tradition and of industrious hours of con- to the merits of our School Maga-
time they give freely and gener- Of father and son and the same centration. Both by injunction zine, or to the efforts of our boys
ously, the meticulous care and School, and example it is particularly Who produced it under the able
attention expended on matters of Ordinary Level vital to bring home to our chil- as of its Chairman Mr,
one kind or another are not given ,,At this level twenty-one Can- dren the supreme value of earnest subject of Bah oe ee as the
for the benefit of the children of “dates sat, and twenty were suc- endeavour. we Make bold to suggest thi fall
this Island alone, but to all who C¢Ssful obtaining among them a ib here t to-d cial
aaa aad total of one hundred be The School Library present to-day, especially
come from the other territories of fi : un and twenty Old Boys, obtain a copy of this
the Caribbean area, from Vene- ve credits or better, that is, It was in the early part of the complete ‘Record of the School’s
zuela, from the American seaboard Sere. than an average of six per late Headmaster’s regime that activities wherein you will find, a
and the Mother Country. And our 20%7-0P@ boy, P. M. Kelly offer- our Sanatorium and Library stirring article by David Inniss,
were destroyed by a fire of un~ our thletic Captain, together

: ed ten Subjects securi i
School, cosmopolitan in all aspects credits curing all with
of its life, owes much of the foyr Ghee better, there ‘were known origin. We saved many with a short but very h post-
prestige it enjoys, the tradition eq nj t Candidates who offer- valuable books of reference and gcript to this article by Me Timp-
it inherits, its aims and -aspira= nine sane each scoring for general reading, which are gon, a delightful little poem by
tions, its ideals and attainments At this stag better. r still stacked in cases along the Ambrose Walcott, and much else
to the goodwill and efforts of men of all lis stage it is well to ask, sides of a class room, quite in- of interest, the telling of which
Os Gave eaves iM treat @ foun the varied factors that go accessible to any Who cannot we must forego, And now,
He een a oges too, Cheaeigt % ensure an ever in= shift for himself a number of should like to thank the Deputy
Bee eS eee toe etlcconees, Number of academic school desks. All this we hope Head and the entire Staff for thelr
weer o ue oa a eet al bane th which are the most to change Soon, and it is good to work, and their co-operation
arents from England who are sential? The soo en aty , and be'able to say to boys and Parents during the Jast School Year, sin-
filling posts of special importance sae ? The answer issimply that, through our Chairman’s gling out none for special men+
in the West Indies, Parents from 4 ity and quality of intake. personal representation and un- tion excepting, perhaps, Mr. New-

Trinidad from the other Islands This is well known'to us; we are fi; s interest, we have been his excellent work in VI
and from the remotest confines of S¢¢king to do something about it, carota bwith hopes of suc- a angie “

the Caribbean, all of whom are 224 we have grown from two cess, to apply for a supplemen- Yes, as ;
satisfied that we are offering a aes “aan thirty, two years tary Grant a £5,000 to aid in activities bee Schaeh: ere, is
type of education which follows Ww,’ we Say to hundred and ‘fifty. the construction of a modern and crease, and so does the burden of
very closely the time honoured Groups ber that to keep four up-to-date Library. Already we work; and we will need in Sep-
British prototype which cannot be we ‘shoul ne at ¥ Form level, are planning a Library of tember 1952 when our Acting
surpassed in any part of the world. School with aa a full two stream dignified beauty, ample size and Chemist will have left to further
Report On School's Activities boys in our two V Forms fecdiny Qhaqqmausturbed quiet, with ms bis own career, three more Staff

Of Past Academic Year into these VI Form s feeding Reading Room where VI Form- for we are understaffed even now,

tion and example, it is particu- ©.
larly vital to bring home to our “islodged by the competitive ele-
children the supreme yalue of ™e€nt: and while on this, I con-
earnest endeavour.” gratulate most sincerely Harrison

College on their brilliant achieve-

roups, i ,
General Certificate Of Gia ee tee number Sanetion wih mthe See ae ee ee eee
Education At Advanced Ss least four hundred with a critics and authors. I do not in- Lord Rowallan’s Visit
. tat of twenty strong at least ;
Level These changes are + tend to enumerate the many Lord Rowallan, Chief of the

7 7 inevitable; Bite .
‘And now my next duty is to increasing demands on our School benefits to a School that a good Boy Scout movement, throughout

. * sf Library bestows, one alone must the British Empire paid this school
vones on the Gcbook s activities fo agent — in education suffice:— particular cases arise a visit in the afternoon of Tues-
. eae oa Sg ae Today no Poa Secondar wilere ee seer euee = cay. rey, Fes ee
and Cambridge General Certifi- Gammar School of standing oan nian ad oe by = om odor 2 seal te os tok a
cate of Education at Advanced 2° with less at VI Form level waa pana eo east a Scou * aaa Mr. ‘Tatnall one the
Lewel, the ivalent of what was than four Sciences, Mathematics pane oer vend hagas ae Rev C. Mallalieu, was drawn
former] fnewn as the Oxford Pure and Applied, Modern and oe en ts nedosene tbra up in the quadrangle, east of the
, y k _ as : * Ancient language sections, History Vo" s of a erence rary. he q » e
and Cambridge Higher Certificate: ‘ang English. To be content oath No one, I think, will dispute our emorial Hall, to receive and to
eleven were successful. Of thi# jess to make no effort to achieve Chairman's views that the effect Pe panto the nen ; where te
eleven, five did sufficiently well this, to fail to understand Mertatn. such reading and study upon moved on n
to be exempted from London In- ain the quality of VI Form work whole School, Staff and Boys

implicati c ; C
ter Arts or Inter Science, since g mean ok ute, especially in English is incal- were there to meet him. Intro-

BARBADOS

have pupils’
already outlined, returned to the the urgency
School to fill Miss Moore’s place px®per vision of the importance of

Aide de Camp and
Robert not done his Prep, has not comb-
Arundell, Governor of Grenada, ed his hair, has a piece of chew-
hopes to enter St. John’s College ing gum in his mouth, has ink all
Cambridge, where he will study Over him, hums a ditty while we

recent teach, and f
he square in the eye with the simili-
hia tuce of
and selection to his Mind is busy contemplating what
present post, due partly and in he
no small measure, to the fact thal, luncheon whom he

ence from Harrison College PUishment like a man.

breach
created by John Humfrey’s recent
We also welcome
Miss Marie Maude who joined us
in ee — On win-
wo olarshij on her
Higher Certificate sapuite reds a ated in the heart of a

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mental progtess blur, ip

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the long view. As
Plinarians we are
rightly so,

mental disci-
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when John has




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Special Difficuiues And
Problems Of The Lodge

Some of our provlems = are
ique and very different from
er academic institutions situ-
populou:
y, Where the best elementary
neighbourin
Public and Private Schools a
god status all feed their most
promising pupils into them, Any |
school which finds itself in the
fortunate position of being able
to draw its material from a vast |
education network can afford to;
ever more selective: and its |
chief enterprise is an ever more |
rigid system of Entrance Exam-
inations whereby only the most |
gifted enter. The position of the |
Lodge allows neither the applica-
tion of this fine sifting mesh for |
the selection of pupils in suffi- |
cient numbers nor does it make |
ssible accommodation for its
taff, And there was a time when |
to keep the academic side of the
School up to standard it was
found necessary to widen consid- |
erably our area of selection ‘to |
include the West Indies. No doubt |
it was the early appreciation of |
this difficulty and of this need
which made us a Boarding School, |
and gave to the Lodge its early |
characteristic regional concept of |
education. To-day the necessity
for closer West Indian union i
giving a new value and impor- |
tance and a greater urgency to our |
early educational outlook, so that
it turns out that what was in it
inception, but a_ bold bid for!
scholastic survival and achieve- |
ment is now our proper mission,




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Reviewing too, the pages of
History we find that this centre of |
Learning began its existence as ¢
Boarding cum Day Boy School; |
and later, under the Headship of |
the Rev. Mark Nicholson in 1797 |
we read that there were twenty |
Boarders in a_ total school of
thirty six; it continued thus dur-
ing the regime of the Rev. William |
Thomas Webb, and when in 1899 |
Mr. O. deC, Emtage took the reins
of power, he slowly built the
Boarding section of the School up |
to fifty in 1911; the School then |
numbered one hundred all told.
The Chief had set the even kee! |
of the Lodge. -Under the able |
leadership of the Rev. H, B, Good-
ing there was an up-surge of
numbers; increased accommoda-
tion, both of the Boarding Estab-
lishment and the School, was
provided, and the number rose to
a hundred and sixty, of which
eighty were Boarders. The School
continued its upward trend during
the liberal and humanitarian
regime of Mr. Evans and reached
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they obtained Advanced Level in culable, ‘and that VI Formers will duced to the Staff and Boys he } ; ;

these main subjects, that is, tech- pa aoe ent Phone git the pgp Me Date ery, oo Bare ide toot ite “imelicity ond nS ory ft Reger voce ‘|
i ” : the co tive merits of e~ SS cause and effect, can se

vei tae ar et eae re, say, as a Dramatist direct application to life we have established with’ any degree of |





z vi bes speare, say, as a Dramatist, a
9 bam Generals eae noe Game Activities And Poet and Philosopher, they must never heard surpassed,

: ; Athletics needs read what Emerson has to _ And now in getting back to
two years from their Honours

Degree, All who ee the is

ents of schools in these spheres :
ate See Lacene eo will notice alternations of full truly to understand the artistry, Staff and Boys in a spirit of tol-
Gooding obtained Advance j and neap tides in our affairs;— the wisdom, | the imaginative erant understanding: and in re-
in Chemistry and Biology. 4nd now we are on the crest of the genius, the lyric power, the spect, te, this, ft may, te tee vail
with this goes a as © wave now in the trough. In grasp, vision and splendid sub- We that oe it a
achievement. Gooding in thre® Cricket and Football here, we flety of great authors and your children’s person ;
consecutive years obtained inree pre at present, not up to our best thinkers one must read what and tender sensibilities must come
Higher Certificates in three dif- joyels: there are, at the moment, creat men have to say about first. As Soe we try
ferent Groups namely I IT, and TV. 1, outstanding players to set the great men. not to allow curr’ oo and stan-
Please don’t think of me as unduly tone of excellence: but we will do _ The Reference dards and the mec cs of edu-

achieve- Say on the point. So it is with Speech Day requirements I should
achieve Sy oe ek 'in ‘general: ‘that like to bring together Parents,

books

: ‘ of 2@ : :
extolling one particular candidate wel}.to remember the excellent Library are as essential to boys cation to take pride of piace in |})

for his excellence, but Gooding, advice of the Hon, the Colonial whose interests lie in the humani- dealing with Youth, We believe
whom you will remember as hav- Secretary given at our last Speech ties as the microscope is to those that the spirit and the ant one
ing won one of the Barbados Day on how to tackle the dol- who would understand the mys- ¢ pone od Thine che {these must
Scholarships last year, and who drums:— “It is easy, maybe, to teries of Science:— they are both m po Le = Sem
is now at St. John’s College, Cam- win, when on the crest, with star alike, aids to picturing the fine ton be h conisheaeant or by cyai-
bridge, taking Natural Science, performers, but the test of the with minute precision. e citcien, Courage, buoyancy
has performed a feat in VI Form grit of a team comes when it is ny . “ey sete , va
work, which has never been struggling against adversity, Even Changes In Staff an caste ‘ant vivr stad
equalled, in all round competence, if a team has no stars it is possi- Atsthe ena of the School Year pos sae and oat a treas' will

iss Pat Moore, who assuredly need these to

within the knowledge of any of us, ble by unrelenting hard pa, 1951, sustain
~° taught Chemistry in the IV and them in the battle of life, At

and this is not mere wishful sheer determination of spi 4
thinking, it is a simple statement keen teamwork, to make te in ae and General Science in times, I know that we are apt to

of fact. strongest opponents go all die and lower Sehool, let our gwn conscientious keen-

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SS ee oe Pose wice

parninos & Anowre Coffee. Telephones And NOBODY'S
| Tourists |

Saturday, March 15, 1952
TRADE UNIONS

THE two major Trade Union Organisa-
tions of the world, the World Federation

of Trade Unions and the International
Confederation of Free Trade Unions claim
membership respectively of 71,000,000 and
50,000,000. The World Federation of Trade
Unions to which certain British Caribbean
trade unions are affiliated is representa-
tive of predominantly Communist coun-
tries. The International Confederation of

Free Trade Unions was forrhed in 1949 as
a result of a split between representatives
of dominated and non-Com-
munist dominated member unions of the
World Federation of Trade Unions.

Any discussion of Trade Unions today
will be without value unless this funda-
mental cleavage between the Free World
and the Communist world is appreciated.

In Soviet Russia, for example, where
trade unions have become part of a uni-
formly nationalised economy collective
bargaining or strikes are impossible be-

Communist

cause such action would be against the
State.

Trade Unions in the British Caribbean
are said to number at least one hundred
but little official information seems to
have been released to the public as yet.
Some Trade Unions in the region are
affiliated to or have links with the Trade

Union Congress of the United Kingdom
and others are associated with the Com-
munist world Federation of
Trade Unions,

Some Unions keep in touch with Unions
in other Caribbean territories and there
is in existence a Caribbean Labour Con-
gress of which Mr.. Grantley Adams,
President of the Barbados Workers Union,
is also President.

This organisation, however, appears to
be an association of political labour
parties drawn from the Caribbean rather
than a congress of Trade Unions after the
English model.

Whatever else they have achieved in
the British Caribbean, Trade Unions still
seem far from having reached regional
unity and unions in the region appear to
operate with no standard procedure.
Access to information about any Trade
Union is easier in the United Kingdom
than it is in the British Caribbean. In
Barbados the Workers Union was regis-
tered in 1941 and ten years later it
claimed 14,000 members and thirty divi-

dominated

sions, Its main object is “the improve-
ment in the standard of workers
generally.” It is closely linked with the

Barbados Labour Party of which its Presi-
dent Mr. Grantley Adams is also Presi-
dent.

There is also a Clerks Union started in
1945 with the object of securing for clerks
increased wages and improved conditions
of work.

This Union has no political allegiance.

Both of these Unions are to be repre-
sented at a three months course for Trade
Union officials which is going to be opened
in Barbados this month at the expense of
the British taxpayer. This is the second
trade union course to be held in Barba-
dos, the first being in 1948.

A lecturer from Glasgow University
with special experience of the Workers
Education: Association of Great Britain
has already arrived in the island and will
take charge of a comprehensive training
course for the twenty students attending
from the main British Caribbean terri-
tories,

Trade Unions are everywhere recog-
nised in the region ag inevitable and the
Barbados Workers Union is claimed to be
one of the most successful. In the field
of workers’ education the Unions of Bar-
bados cannot be said to have progressed
nearly as far as its own supporters would
desire and the opportunity of training
some’ of its officials at the course spon-
sored by the Colonial Development and
Welfare Organisation will be welcomed
by the Union, employers and the general
public.

There is much to be learnt from the his-
tory of the British Trade Union move-
ment and from the experience which
British Unions have acquired with regard
to administration, subscriptions, audits,
accounts and levies. Criticisms have been
made by impartial observers of certain
trade union practices within the region

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and methods of accounting generally are |

said to be unsatisfactory.

It is to be hoped that much attention
will be paid by the lecturer to this gen-
eral defect in Caribbean trade union ad-
ministration,

Apart from the detailed lessons which

have to be learnt by a student of the Brit- |

ish tr@de union movement, the general
history of that movement provides an
object lesson for Unions in the region.
From 1875 to 1888 the power of British
Trade Unions was largely destroyed be-

cause of a trade depression. In the depres- |
sion which followed the 1914-18 war the |

power of British trade unions was again
severly curtailed.

Trade Unions in the British Caribbean
may be said to have grown up and pros-
pered in times of trade prosperity. No one
ean say that their power would not seri-
ousl be limited in times of depression.

Wherever, as in Barbados, the govern-
ment is largely conducted by the political
party whose interests are identified with

those of the Union, this warning may not |

be academic.



The tourist industry has
received so much publicity lately
that I feel urged to add my penny-
worth of what I hope will be
taken as constructive suggestion,
and not as carping criticism.

Soon after they arrive ‘here
most tourists are likely to hear
that Barbados is sometimes known
as Little England, which is all
very well, though many of them
may think it is carrying the Eng-
lish tradition to extremes when
we imitate their methods of serv-
ing coffee. This is especially the
case with North Americans who
regar4 coffee as very important,
and bad coffee as a serious
breach of the rules of good house-
keeping.

If I live to be 100 I shall never
forget the terrible fluid called
coffee that was served at break-
fast during my seven years at
boarding school in England,
though it was no worse than the
beverage masquerading under the
same misnomer in hotels, restau-
rants and most private homes
where this so-called coffee was to
be found. There was a _ stock
joke going the rounds about a
restaurant waiter who asked his
customer if he would have tea or
coffee, to which the customer re-
plied, “Don’t tell me, let me
guess

I first met good. coffee over 40
years ago in Rio Janiero, where
I was told it was served with hot
goats milk. It was a revelation
to me and my pleasure was mixed
with pangs or regret for the 20
odd years of my life gone like
water over a dam, before I dis-
covered this elixir, and that was
not counting the first year of two
in which I would probably have
failed to appreciate even the best

”

Since then I have spent most
of my time in North America and
have come to take good coffee
for granted, and to miss it ex-



American Column

It’s Thick With?? And!!

WASHINGTON,

Washington is a very noisy
place these days.

The air is not only thick with
the clamour of unanswered ques-
tions—Will Truman? Will Eisen-
hower? Will MacArthur?— but
with thot allegation of rave
jiggery-pokery and sculduddery.

is week Newbold Morris,
chosen by President Truman to
clean up all the Government
graft, will appear before a Senate
committee to explain how come
his law firm served as attorneys
to companies engaged in the pur-
chase of surplus tankers from a
quick-profits group now itself
See investigation by the Sen-
ate,

And here is Presidential candi-
date Harold Stassen urging Con
gress to have a close look at the
bank accounts of Mr, Truman’s
Attorney-General Howard Mc-~
Grath, because, says Mr. Stassen,
Mr, McGrath became a million-
aire while occupying State and
federal offices.

Postscript

FOR YEARS the State Depart-
ment and author John Steinbeck
have grown increasingly restive
at the propaganda uses to which
the Soviet has put his best-seller
of the depression ‘30s, “The
Grapes of Wrath.” The Russians
pretend that his tragic picture of
conditions 20 years back during
the great migration from the
“Dust Bowl,” is true today, So
Steinbeck himself goes on the
Voice of America to explain that
things are all different, and “the
fact that we are able to make
improvements is one of the proofs
of America’s democracy,”

Embattled

AT the little Pennsylvania town
of King of Prussia 43-year-old
Edward Mack, supported by his
Alsatian dog and with his deer
rifle in reach, is defying the State
authorities to try to move in and
raze his garage and restaurant.
The ‘State wants to push a new
highway across the site. Edward



(By R. R. E. SMYTHIES)

ceedingly if 1 cannot have it. I
believe I can speak for most of
our dollar- northern
visitors when I say that a con-
siderable improvement in the
island would materially increase
quality of coffee served in the
its attraction for them.

_There is now no shortage ot
simple and inexpensive devices
for brewing coffee, but the besi
equipment will fail if not proper-
ly used, and it is essential that
the materials employed should be
of satisfactory grade. It is most
important that the coffee beans
should be freshly roasted and
ground shortly before being used,
end the grinding should be to a
size suitable for the percolator or
other device. Coffee imported from
abroad in a prepared state must
be in air-tight tins, which should
be kept in a refrigerator after be-
ing opened, to retain freshness as
well as possible. If it is not packed
in the tins immediately after be-
ing roasted and ground it wil
suffer in quality, but this fact
is evidently not appreciated by
some packers.

Tastes differ in coffee as in
other things, and one formula
says it should be, “As black aS
night, as thick as mud, as sweet
as sin and as hot as (very hot)”,
but this sounds too Turkish for
my delight. I prefer mine hot but
not too thick, no sugar but good
rich cream, or evaporated milk
which is a good substitute.

To change the subject to tele-
phones, Barbados has quite a good
telephone system but some of the
hotels do not make good use of it
so far as their guests are con-
cerned. The business of trying to
make contact with a guest by
phone can be extremely frustra-
ting, and a typical conversation
more or less as follows :

(Q) Is that the Ritz Hotel?

(A) No please.

From R. M. MacCOLL

has so far won several prelimin-
ary rounds, ‘Ihe police retused
io intervene on behalt of the
fact that we are able to make
bulldozer men unul they were
shown that embattled Eaward no
jonger owned the property,
Frui

CALIFORNIA, faced with
bumper fruit crops, asks the
State Department if there is any
chance of importing South
Koreans to help with the harvest.
Reluctantly the State Depart-
ment says No, It is afraid Russia
would say the men were being
“exploited.”

Penthouse

SOMETHING NEW has been
added to the renovated White
House — a beautiful little
solarium-penthouse, Just the
thing to keep the Trumans (or
their successors) happy in the
Washington summer’s cruel dog
days.

Revivals

IN HOLLYWOOD, as on
Broadway, it is a rain of revivals.
Lewis Milestone _ is making
“Les Miserables,” George Sidney
“Scaramouche” and John Ford
“What Price Glory?”

The Human Touch

AT 68, Francis Bushman,
America’s first matinee idol of
the silent film, looks back wist-
fully to the days when actors
really gave it everything they
had got. “We used to get so
Wrought up that we would swear
at each other,” he recalls. “The
only drawback was that lip-
readers in the audiences wrote
us some very reproachful letters.”

AMERICA’S latest TV suc-
cess— and it is a really big one
—is Roman Catholic Bishop
Fulton Sheen, with his pro-

gramme “Life is Worth Living.”

Bishop Sheen, luminous-eyed
and with a fine voice, is a vet-
eran of 22 years on radio. But



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

(Q) What place is that?

(A) Ritz Hotel.

(Q) I want to speak to Mr. X.

(A) Yes please,

(Q) Is Mr. X there?

(A) No please. ; |

And so on indefinitely, with a)
complete lack of success in con-
tacting Mr. X.

The majority of North Ameri-
cans who come here for a winter
holiday are probably quite happy |
to find what may be d as |
an old-world atmosphere, and life |
is a slower tempo than at home.
They might be willing to accept)
tea instead of coffee as being more |
in the English tradition, especially |
if the tea were good, which is by
no means always the case. e

We cannot be surprised how-
ever if they think it odd to see/
the shops well supplied with mod-

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DIARY

| Monday—The first inhabitants of Barbados
were Arawak Indians. Archaeological
evidence exists to prove that Caribs also
visited the island before we did.

They probably came to make raids
upon the Arawak settlements. That’s the
sort of primitive attitude they had to
life. I’m forced to go on stressing this
fact about Barbados not being an unin-
habited island when the British took
possession. It has not yet sunk’ in. }
notice that even Charles Allmon who did
us proud in the thing he wrote for the
National Geographic also perpetuates
the widespread ignorance about Barba-



ern apparatus for making coffee,
which the islanders have appar-)
ently not learned how to use, and |
the hotels equipped with tele- |
phones that are often used So in-)
effectively.

As between coffee and tele- |
phenes I am inclined to believe |
coffee is the more important, |
though I may prejudiced in |
the matter, It-is certainly true)
in my experience that the true)
coffee | ¢ means most
North Ameéficans) will cheerfully
overlook a number of minor draw-
backs in any place where the |
coffee served compares well with |
the quality he takes for granted |
at home, in even the smaller res- |
taurants and “dog-wagons . |

There could be great improve-
ment in both items in Barbados
without any additional capital ex~|
penditure, .simply by making |
better use of what already exists. |
It seems a mistake to have ex~-
pensive equipment and fail to take
the slight amount of extra pains |
needed to make good use of it,!
and I feel sure the benefit to the |
tourist industry would be a very}
great in proportion to the effort
needed.



TV experts shook their heads at
first because he apparently vio-
lates all the tenets of show bus-
iness.

He walks in front of the cam-
eras in his robes in a booklined
study (designed by the stages
Jo Mielziner), and starts talking
without a script.

Writes TV critic John Crosby:
“The fact is that Bishop Sheen
is dealing in ideas. And by
eschewing showmanship, nothing
comes between the ideas and the
audience,

.“The effect is hypnotic—only
partly because of the personal
magnetism of the man,”

His first show drew 4,000 let-
ters, and the fan mail continues
very high,

£5,350 ? Not Enough

WAYNE COY, who resigned
last week as chairman of the
Federal Communications Com-
mission, saying he could not get
along on his 15,000-dollar
( £5,350) Government salary,
has joined a big news magazine
as consultant. In his new job he
is almost certainly getting double
what Washington paid him.

Penny Out Of Slot

CRIME 1; Because of parking
difficulties, nearly all American
towns, little and big, have park-
ing metres lining their kerbs.
But gangs of youngsters are
wrenching cut the metres, driv-
ing to lonely fields, and prising
them apart for their small hoards
of silver and copper coins.

Car Grab, New Way

CRIME 2: On New York's
Staten Island Dominick Conandra
and a gang Of seven were ar-
rested for an ingenious varia-
tion on ordinary car stealing.
They would buy old wrecked
cars, steal brand-new matching
cars of the same make, then
transfer the serial numbers and
legal papers from the wrecks to
the new jobs and sel] them,



Our Readers Say:

Sound Economics

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Recent discussions in
the local legislature prompt me
to send you, for publication if
you so desire, extract from an
address before the Royal Empire
Society by Sir John Hall, retir-
ing Governor of Uganda. In his
opening remarks His Excellency
quoted a phrase by a well-known
authority. which to me, after
reading’ the whole ‘address, might

be regarded as his text: “How
..... yesterday and to-day
can be kept from paralysing to-
morrow.”

“ The extract follows.
Yours faithfully,
ECONOMIST.
8.3.52.

“The dramatic increase in the
Protectorate’s revenue which has
taken place in the last six or
seven years has not been accom-
panied by an equivalent increase
of recurrent expenditure, which
in 1951 is estimated to be only
£5) million against a revenue of
£12) million. It has been the
policy of the Protectorate Gov-
ernment ‘to restrain recurrent
expenditure and build up
from revenué.«.surpluses large
capital reserves for future in-
vestment or expenditure. It has
been thought wise to take ad-
vantage of present day “boom”
conditions to strengthen the
Pratectorate’s financial position
and accumulate substantial capi-
tal reserves. In a few years’
time the general reserves that
the Uganda Government have
built up and which to-day, ex-
cluding Price Assistance Funds,
amount’ to some £13 million,
will be worth, in terms of goods
and services, much more than
they are to-day.

It is not, I suggest, bad finan-
cial practice to accumulate capi-
tal in time of rising prices and

to expend it when prices fall:
and, in the case of public fin-
ances, this has a double advan-
tage. Firstly, the taxpayers get
more for their money because
the valve of money rises as

prices fall and it buys more
schools, more houses, more roads
more equipment, more dams and
bore-holes than it can to-day;

and, secondly, the Government
is able, in spite of declining
revenue, to make use of these

reserves not only to maintain
without interruption and dislo-
cation the steady progress of de-
velopment, but even to acceler-
ate expenditure during a time of
economic depression, a_ time
when all governments would
wish, and few can afford, to
spend heavily in order to miti-
gate the local effects of the slump
and to preserve public confidence

The not uncommon practice of
spending lavishly when revenue
is high and then applying’ drastic
and panic measures of economy
when revenues fall, is really very
wasteful of money and man-
power. By that method, when
times are good the Government
concentrates its efforts on build-
ing up a great administrative
machine to spend up to the limit
of the State’s revenue; then,
when times are bad, all energies
have to be devoted to the dreary
duty of retrenching staff, closing
down works and curtailing ser-
vices. Thus, public expenditure
is contracted just at a time when
increased expenditure is most
needed and would do the great-
est good to the greatest number
of people. Moreover, no sound
development can be done by fits
and starts, by caseering wildly
forward and then jamming the
gears into reverse. Development
in the economic, no less, I sug-
gest, than in the political sphere,
should be an orderly, uninter-
rupted, onward progress.

Funds For Charities

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—The, proceeds from Local
Publicity Fashion Show &
“Bingo” game held at the Marine
Hotel on Tuesday, March 4th,
was $637.98:— (Six hundred and
thirty seven dollars and ninety
eight cents) $100.00:— (One
hundred dollars) has been donat-
ed to each of the following





churches:— St, Patrick's,
Simon, St. Margaret. St. Mark,
Boscobel and St. John Baptist.
The balance of $37.98:—(Thirty
seven dollars and ninety eight
cents), has been given to the
Reverend Francis Godson of
Chelsea Road for him to allot to
charity.

Thanks to all for the wonderful
support given this charity.

Yours truly,
i WM, REDMAN,

Giles and the British

Council

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—May I call your attention
to the apology of the Daily Ex-
press of February 4th for publish-
ing the Giles cartoon which you
reproduce today.

Whatever may be thought of the
campaign waged by the Wg oad
and its associates against the Brit-
ish Council there is no doubt that
these cartoons are clever and
amusing. Nevertheless, that this
cartoon should be published at the
same time as the news of the
death in the Cairo riots of Mr.
C. F. A. Jones, an Administrative
Officer of the British Council, was
at least unfortunate. A _ protest
was published in the Express of
February 4th with the note “Daily
Express hangs its head, apologises
for an unintentional lapse of taste.”

As one who was in the thick
of the riots of 1935 and 1936 which
preceded the signing of the very
treaty now unilaterally abrogated
by Egypt, I can state with certain-
ty that at such times the man try-
ing to serve his country as a civil-
idn does so at far greater risk than
the man in uniform. One death
from among the twenty-one Lon-
don-appointed British Council of-
ficers in Egypt—many of whom
are ex-servicemen—is a far high-
er casualty rate than that suffered
by the armed forces. That being
so, this particular cartoon loses its
point and it seems a pity that Giles’
undoubted skill is not used more
constructively,

St.

Yours truly,
H. RISELY TUCKER,
Representative.



dos’ early inhabitants. The point must
be driven home. Barbados was not an un-
inhabited island. It belonged to the Ara-
waks before any Europeans or Africans
came near the place. And “the bearded
ones” from whom we get the name Bar-
bados were just as likely Arawaks as
“fig” trees.

If some members of the House of As-
sembly studied our history they would
not babble such nonsense as they are
reported to have babbled about the
Publicity Committee. The Arawaks and
the Europeans are the only people en-
titled to any special privileges so far as
these derive from the priority of settle-
ment. The others came along much later.
And the history books repeat ad nauseam
that slavery was not suffered by one race:
there were white slaves and black
slaves. The whole point about slavery 1s
that it is a bad system. We want to keep
it from recurring yet if words mean any-
thing there are some people who want
to bring it back. Slavery is a system
based on discrimination, by which equal
rights of status and citizenship are
| legally denied to certain people. If what
I read in the Advocate on page 6, March
6 is true that a “government went as far
as saying that with the appointment at
Seawell the person had to be other than
white.” it is high time that the freedoms
guaranteed by the United Nations Char-
ter be invoked. Because this smacks
of racial discrimination of the worst
kind. And the United Nations are com-
mitted to the encouragement of “respect
for human rights and fundamental free-
doms for all without distinction as to sex,
race, language, or religion.” We want no
racial Big Stick here.

Tuesday—I wonder how many politicians
travel by ’bus. I know that a lot of their
constituents are beginning to complain
about ’bus service. Q

{ remember more than a year ago
pointing out how difficult it was for
people to get to Bridgetown during the
morning hours and how people had to
pay extra from Baxters Road to the ’bus
Stand to make sure of a seat on a bus

| going to St. James. I believe things have
not improved much.

But two complaints have reached me
this week. The first is that ’buses drive
too fast for the peace of mind of pas-
sengers. Second that when one ’bus is
behind another ’bus, the ’bus in front
will not allow the ’bus behind to pass
out because the bus in front wants ‘alj
the fares. This is midsummer madness.

Instead of cutting their own throats in

this kind of competition why do not ’bus

owners try and run their ‘buses at the
times when there are more passengers
than buses?



Wednesday--Remember that I complained

about the general post system by which
the Colonial Service was run as a service
for careerists flitting from one colony
to the other? The Belgians have not got
enough colonies to make this mistake.
So I was not surprised to read of a Gov-
ernor General of the Congo having first
gone there 40 years ago. That gives a
man time to find out something about a
country and to-day the Belgians have
found out plenty. “The Belgian Congo
to-day” I quote, “affords vivid proof that
darkest Africa is becoming very bright
indeed.” I doubt whether we could say
the same for British Africa.
P.S. A girl I know who has been waiting
for months to get a bed in the hospital
can’t understand what all this shouting
about flats is about. She wants her
appendix out. It hurts.

Thursday—One easy step towards increas-
ing access to the sea near Speightstown
can be taken now. There are on the
sea side a number of houses which can
easily be removed. It wouldn't take much
planning to arrange suitable sites for
these houses, especially if help with re-
pairing the present houses was: offered.
A start has to be made sometime with
preserving the beauty of Barbados. And
it’s no good crying over Bay Street or
the St. James coast. What we've got to
do is to prevent further restrictions on
our common heritage.

Friday—Please may we have some flowering
trees in the Bay Street Window ?

Saturday—Please may the fountain play
every day instead of only on certain
days?



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SATURDAY, MARCH 45. 1952

33-Year-Old Guilty
Gets 18 Months

A Jury deliberated for 20 minutes at the Court of Grand
Sessions yesterday and found 33-year-old Rawle Holder of
Chase Land, St. Michael, guilty of obtaining four suit
lengths trom Aziz Abraham by false pretences and stealing
three suit lengths. The offences were committed on Decem-
ber 3, 1951.

His Lordship the Acting Chief Justice, Mr. J. W. B.
Chenery sentenced him to 18 months’ imprisonment with
hard labour for each of the offences and the sentences are

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE











ANIAMTED OPINIONS

if Stealing Cloth

IWATON OF HONOUR

SCHOONERS
START

FISHING

oe sr el

no less than four schoeners which
ran between the W.I. Islands with

A fleet
steadily

produce have been turned into
to run concurrently. fishing schooners.

Police Constable Emerson dence is that Abraham travelled Seven schooners now do no-
Howard told the court that the in a motor car and saw the ac- thing else but go to the bank; t
accused had two previous convic- cuved standing in a shop and be
tions for obtaining money



by beckoned to him. Abraham had a

make large catches of deep sea
false pretences and was on pro- parcel with him which

he said fish for the various islands. They ‘es San

> 7 S - ar . & - Says Mr. $

— Sat — on an contained four suit lengths. In the are the Sunshine R (she is tem- ays eo King

October 22 committed OM course of their conversation porarily working with the Culf “YOU CAN RE-LION IT
Probation Officer Walcott “br@Ham offered to sell the ac- en oes but to et Bente), and BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT”

applied that the order of proba- cused the cloth. the Lindsyd If (Barbados), the ori Poa ae

tion be discharged and His Lord- | “>raham told the accused that

: : Florence Emanuel,
ship the Acting Chief Justice rec- 2¢h length would cost him $20.

Lady Silver

ognised the application and sen- 5° far as the arrangement of get- SOmaee wane sete a tt 7 Watton
tenced the accused to three ting the money, the accused said er TaS ac (Grenada), ”
months’ imprisonment with hard that he would take the four suit ,

labour for the offence on which length> and Abraham tock him to Now equipped with ice boxe

he was placed on probation. All St. George because his aunt had

and fishing tackle, these schooner
fo to the fishing banks wher
they sail around for about thre:
weeks each trip while their crew
hook fish and store them in the
ice boxes,

the sentences are to take effect the
at the end of the term of three
months’ imprisonment which the
accused is now serving. statement of a non existing fact.

ins Man ot Alitiiy rs Abraham alvc questioned the ac-

efore sentencing Holder, Fs cyseq about his bank book and
Lordship the Acting Chief JUS- there was evidence produced to

tice Mr. J. W. B. Chenery pie. show the accused had no

Toffee

The Perfection of Confection
MADE IN UX.

money for him

Felse Pretences
“Polse pretences must be a

—_- —-——_——_——————_—



From the banks, they usually
tuke their fish to Martinique, Bri

him that he showed from bank CONSTABLE BERESFORD GREEN receives the Baton of H trom Hon. 8. A. Turner, Colonial tet, “lana, Trinidad and Bar- WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS.
t : preisva Then: t s the n of Honour from Hon. R. A, er, Colo bados > » lande L

ph ag se hee 18 ‘ ae aa gene aed og ‘a Secretary. Right to left are: Colonel R. T. Michelin, Commissioner of Police, Hon. R. A. Turner and vados and the fish when landed LONDON, W. 3

ablilly an it was reat p ¢

Getetetle Scan. are as sound as when caught, Un

loaded, it is not long before the

are back to the banks again.
But the fishing schooners do not

SURVEY OF INCOME bring their crews lots of money
AND CONSUMPTION It is expensive to run them and

a big catch is not always possible.
Some months—-and for about three
consecutive months the fish are
biting Well and the schooners re-
turn to the various ports with

see him abuse such ability. Abraham about what the accused

Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to said to him on December 3 about
the Attorney General, appeared having owned five hired cars an4
for the Crown in the case. Holder having » gareve, then you will
was placed before the court on a have no difficulty in reaching a
three-count indictment. On the verdic+ secerding to the evidence.”
first count he was charged with
obtaining by false pretences from
Aziz Abraham four suit lengths
and on the second count with
stealing three suit lengths and on











Recruits’ Passing Out

Parade Well Attended



The first part of the Sur-
vey of Income and Expen-
diture in Barbados which
is being carried out by the

Fresh Supplies Received

NEVER forget that the Police should be the friends of

5 Years For

: the people and the enemies only of those w ‘ , | Institute of Social and | large catches, There are occasions
the third count with malicious law cK R. A. Turner Colonval Gicteane talt Ph oe Research of the when the catches are very poor
damage to property. muytteth Le tens : a sae © University College of the
. The first witness called for the For er Recruits at the Passing Out Parade which was held at Weel Eitdive, has new been A: Tiring Trip
prosecution was Aziz Abraham £ y District “A” Std&tion yesterday evening. He reminded completed. This survey
who told the court that he is a them that they were the first batch of local recruits to covered the “hard times” “It is certainly monotonous see- JAMAIC IGARS ¢
salesman. On December 3 he saw = At the Court of Grand Sessions “ pass out” in the reign of Queen Elizabeth IT and said tha: period. ing all sea and no land for three A CIGARS | 1801
the accused in a shop and the yesterday Arthur Murrell of it was up to them to set the example for those who follow. The great difference in | week periods like that,” a fisher- | Florde Machado
accused called him and asked Christ Church who was faund P Fe P - 7 P ; Oe oe sc ONE economic activity in Barba- man told the Advocate yesterday ‘ Londres
him to show him the suit lengths. guilty of forgery, uttering a forged The Display attracted a large number of tourists from | dos between “hard times” “After a few days,” he said, “we | Panatelas
He showed the suit lengths to document and obtaining the the ship “Empress of Scotland”. Of a crowd of approxi- | and the crop season, means | (,6) tired and fed up, but to make | Chi
the accused and the accused amount of $300.08 by fraud from mately 400, more than half were made up of visitors to the | that in order to get a reas- | j,oney one has to do some sort ol oe
cen a — os oa yenie the General Herdware, Supply island | wae average for calou- {| ork” , MANICURE SETS
cost. e to im at a sult Store was sentenced by His Lord- Pry rie : oh ah “ aie Se 4 ating the Cost of Living ee rh aL a ti 4 SELES
length would cost him $20, but ship the Acting Chief Justice Mr. pal aoe seen et peed ina te Sia tee es et ioe you Index, a 1d’ Survey s ein . ~~ tea 1 ee me: aa Bi i ee
te ie suit lengths would cost J. W. B, Chenery to bye sere lay sl ree Reniem ao anges and to put what vou pie hs Leb the crop season “enna eae. = "Fake aaeeee: SHELF DECORATING PAPER
im $64, enal servitude on each of the firs . , a ee aan ve oeatn as to be carried out. This erear a) nine : he sin
Suit Lengths Inspected Tos citences and one year's, im- — = vs corer ar e- sheen ar os ar ow prospects lie | ‘Survey will begin on Mon- {,"@™win on the banks unless a 87077 BLOOD MIXTURE
The accused said that he had to prisonment with hard labour for ng e usica ide y e ’ . se days nere serious accident occurs,



go to St. George to his aunt who the third offence.

The offences

Mounted Police. “On many occa-

are plenty of opportunities for

day, March 17th, and most

i ; »y traini f the householders who Fishing schooners have to take
. A sions I have seen the Musical Ride further training on general courses a ut more food and water than th
fad money form and that he Were committed, between Octaber sons, have spn the Mua ge arin speciale mubjeces sok at | WOR g interviewed. tm ane | ou! move food and water than th °
ike naenied pe telling the trath ate to run concurrently. Mounted Police, Although there ecient ana aie —— again and aaeed io cunety tween the islands with produce,
: : i - is great similarit , wf er-Prints 3 ea aa ee : , ‘ a ia iy
and he took him to St. George. Before sentencing hitm His ard ie eet a a the wai nt course’ or Constable Wickham who | formation “covering one | While a | schooner — going | froin KNIGHT’S DRUG STORES.
e a s pad :

him to stop. The accused inspec- Murrell that he had a bad reco

rd

ted the suit lengths. After a time and it seemed that leniency was

he allowed the accused to drive entirely out of the question in

a

Hon, R,. A. Turner presented the
Baton of Honour to 2!-year-old
Beresford Green, the outstanding

has just completed courses of
training in the running of Boys’
Clubs and in Physical Instruction

week of the crop period.
The success of this sec-
ond survey and the eventu-

Barbados to British Guiana would
bargain for at the most five days
of voyage—but it is normal for







; It is * al calculation of a Cost of them to do it in two and half to acts ==
his car. At St. George the accused case like his, He seemed deter- recruit. Constable Green was See acai ae ped yd a Living Index: will be assur-. | three daye—a fishing schooner has
went to a house and came back mined no, to make an honest liv- educated at Combermere School Baton of Honour at Hendon in the ed if those who are inter- to bargain for three weeks of | | a
saying that his aunt had refused ing. and holds a Senior Cambridge face of competition from picked viewed in the various areas “seeing all water,” |
to give him the money.

Shop Breaking

He asked the acc which

Certificate,

men from all parts of the Empire.

by the school teachers co-





i The fishing boats seldom bring 5
His Lordship the Acting Chief He was a member of the Com- You can rise to the commissioned operate as willingly as they fish to Barbados now, They HARRIS ON S Broad St.
bank he had an account with, and jJystice also sentenced Harold Fitz bermere Cadets and later spent a ranks as Superintendents Parris did in the first survey. usually come here to take sup-
he said Barclays. At Bridge Road, Collymore to four years’ penal year and a half in the Barbados Grant and Simmons, have done. plies of ice for refrigeration or
St. Michael, the accused asked servitude for shop breaking and Regiment. It may even be that one or more fo undergo general repairs
him to lend him some money, He jarceny, His Lordship told him — «7 ave enjoyed my training of you has the Baton of a Com-

gave the accused the money. Then that his record showed that he h

ad

he gave the accused the four suit po intention of trying to earn his

lengths wrapped in blue paper in qaily bread by honest means.
the motor car, Sometime later he Archibald Sobers was placed

on

saw the accused who said that probation for 18 months for shop
he was unable to give him the preaking and larceny by His Lord-

money. The accused sent a bOY ghip

the Acting Chief Justice Mr.

for the suit lengths after they jy Ww. B. Chenery. Probation Offi-

had had a talk,

cer Walcott told the court that

very much and I hope to retain
that high standard which earned
me the Baton of Honour through-
out my Police career,” Constable
Green told the Advocate,
Constable L. Carter another re-
cruit was presented with a Certifi-
cate of Merit, being placed second

missioner of Police in his knap-
sack,

Sense Of Humour
“But do not fall into the error

that you know everything. Do
not let the exercise of authority

Schools May Play
On Week Days
Buring Vacation

IN their



Locust Hall
Fire Spreads

Forty-four and a half acres of

ONLY 3 RECEIVED —
ALL METAL -DOMINION
PLATFORM WEIGHING

sive you swelle Dg ake effort not to drop any second, third, fourth and fifth crop |
He left the accused and later gobers who lives in St, Lucy is 33 to Constable Green, Saree your waa as vam 2 the school teams from the First ripe canes were burnt when a fir . a
he found that some of the suit years old and for the last 18 your sense of humour, Be on the Sate catenin competition, &he occurred at Locust Hall Planta- MAC HINES
lengths were missing. He oa months he was Soquatting in = Other Presentations alert all the time and keep eyes monte Oe Seerwemnent of the Bar- tion, St. ceotge, at spout 4.30
r e matter to the Police. ilding in St. Lucy. He sa .aeeith enki «Ade, ‘dete ~ecentea in the backs o * heads. ver ~ Dacos Ke B8OC ‘le- 5m. on Thursday, They are the y
guetta with a policeman ee, an agricultural lab- ; veg ee ae also . sented Ta eentent eat Getetee’ coal gated My S. O. C. Gittens to in- broperty of Applewhaites Ltd, and | 500 LBS. CAPACITY WITH 20 LBS. x 4 OZS.
to find the accused but he did ourer and was not completely to Banc _ Cadet Broome, the best keep your bearing smart, your terview the Headmasters of the were insured, esi , .
not see the accused. normal. Band Cadet of the year and jodies agile and your wits sharp, Y®™lous schools with a view to ‘This fire extended to surround- | ON THE BEAM
. To the accused Abraham said: His Lordship told Sobers that as Band Cadet Hutson, winner of the Never forget that the Police should arranging that the schools play ing lands and burnt half an acre . ag i as
| “You called me while you were he had never before appeared be- Shooting Competition for the be the friends of the people and - other on week days during of second crop ripe canes, the pro- PLATFORM MEASURES 174, x 2242 INCHES
standing in a shop, You told me fore the court and been convicted Cadets, Ve the enemies only. of those whb the long vac ation. _ _perty of ‘Theophilus ‘Thornhill, a ' sh :
that you had five hired cars and he was placing him on probation After receiving t he- General preak the law, Above all, remem- J fter much discussion, this idea quarter of an acre of trash and a COMPLETE WITH WEIGHTS
owned a laundry shop.” for 18 months. 4 Salute, the Colonial Secretary in- her always, throughout the whole “WS suggested as a possible means quarter of an acre of second crop



Seen With Parcel

Crispin Clarke, a shoemaker of

Air Traffic



spected the Guard of Honow
under the command of Inspector

period of your service that you
were the first batch of recruits to

of solving the problem of getting
the fixtures in this division com-

ripe canes, the property of Elkins
Sandiford, 300 holes of trash, the

$134.75







Senate ’ j bs pleted by the middle of Decem- vroperty of Phylis Thornhill of
Tweedside Road, told the Court Reid. pass out’ in the reign of Queen jo EC tacan ave and 200 holes of
. annum : i ; On behalf of the Force, Colonel Elizabeth II and that it is up to r Bournes Village and 200 holes of + bik te ee “
tins, be err the accused speaking ARRIVALS Bi = ac shan apt Michelin thanked the Colonial you to set the example for those = qj. secretary pointed out thet first crop ripe canes the property PLUS COST OF STAMPING
am. ; ° ma i ; : : > Se i at 5, ina He . ‘ournes
This was on December 3, Later otulanve, F. J. T. Dobbs, John Secretary and his wife for attend- who follow. it , a 10 clubs have applied for first of is ne cott, also o yu
he ¢ d with a parcel Miche!) ing and the Colonial Secretary Do all this, and in the distant gi vicion etat chick. would migen ee :
is e rg a Boy the ..From Trinidad—L. Mitchell. Bhag- for making the presentations, days ahead your juniors will look 2 en ae a rm se cee A fire at Lamberts Plantation,
under his arm an e@ as oa omas, A, Richards, : : oe , , 74 ride ¢ » Ht 2 ha ays, * plo y sucy, at about 9,00 a.m, on ’
accused what he had in the par- Siccuntick. p. sydney, B eee. See ee Sans "oO it wae tes wae fgg Age ty, the fixtures until January next Thurene burnt three quarters of 18 only Jacob's Pattern counter
Bayne, | atriek, Rushton, as the Annual assing Out : vay " he year. One of the answers was ae And , nes
cel, J. Bayne, H. Patrick, W andard. A. we : ey who showed the way,” he ; . an acre of third crop ripe canes,
The accused said it was four Rushton, G_ ee "past, M. Parade of the recruits who had Seated ced . to relegate the two teams which the property of Spring Hall Ltd Scales expected next week —
suit lengths which he got from Beekman M. Gummerson, L Lembke spent six months in training and came at the bottom of the same They were insured. B N
; British Guiana—E. Mayle, who would become Policemen »————————————, last season, but among those , W.
i Abraham. They walked and i Baa Pp. Bayley, H. Bayley, D. from to-day. : ‘earns Was 6 echee) tani etter book your order O
i accused said that Abraham was jyoaivid, H. Darwish, ponents o ASSIZE DIARY Members pointed out that the ‘
expecting the money, from him Onrien, M Coan, oF Oudeerk, L. Following the address by the MONDAY school teams were so to speak, would not fall on the regular Sat- ———.
: shortly. The aunt of the accused Payne. C Eastwood, R. Meville Colonial Secretary, the crowd was No. 44 Reg vs. Carlos E the nursery of Barbados Cricket, urdays, and therefore the fixture
i told the accused not to carry the pypaRruREs By B.W.LA. THURSDAY entertained to the Musical Ride | ~® . smith | and for that matter, they did not could be completed by the middl: ;
3 cloth into her house and the ac- To Deere oe te Mitenell, Which was introduced by young No. 33 Reg vs. George favour relegation of any of those of December. HARRISON S Hardware Dept.
' cused left with the parcel. Brooke, ens flesaJoedh /Emptage, Andrew Michelin, son of the . . asia teams. After some discussion, it The meeting also considered Tel 2364
; Later the same day at about 3 5..° emptage, Calvin Humphréy, Walter Commissioner of Police. This was No. 37 Reg vs. Cecil Sock, was found that if the school teams applications from clubs to enter | .
$ p.m, Abraham and the accused Bates, Charles Andersen emery, Phyllis ONe of the best performances F r . were allowed to play each other teams for the Intermediate ano j
met again and the accused sent Bias: Saar Were Margaret Mac- given by the Mounted Police, on week days, nine playing days Second Division Competitions.

him (Clarke) for the parcel of

Farlane.

The Ride was followed by the



















Lo ; salliatiakebaieill ce renllieite
DY i OSC Ow -
cloth, To Dominiea—Charles Peiree. goa, Drill Display by the squad of Po- =—=—
Abraham was handed the cloth teeta et Oey TE aeiales, Marjorie lice Recruits who were spending oe I’ : :
by the accused and he left. Warren, Dorothy King. John Stambaugh, their last day at the Training % ,
To Mr.’ Field Clarke said that Rhea Stambaugh, David Blackman, Lionel gehool, . le? “f how ; :.
he lodked at the cloth twice on Seodeen, Hels Sraith, |Punice 3yera _ During their months at the Ur the ne td |
December 3, 1951. Boyce, Walter Boyce, Walter Campbell, Training School the recruits spent

Calena Matthews said the aC- Danie! Hodge, Paul Samuel-Dubois, Ray

Pogson, Dr, Allan Richards, ; oF s i
cused brought a parcel at her See eee son, Dr. ing. They were instructed iby | \
place on December 3 and said that “To Sst, Vincent—milton Cato, Lucy R. S, M, Browne while Inspector

he would come back for it. She Cato, Richard Manning, George Roddam.

threw the parcel in her yard and
then a young man took away the
parcel, ,

Eta Holder, a domestic servant,
said that on December 3 about

Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

t. The others were SWEET PEA
_ she saw the accused in rietta, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Gardenia men were present.
ee . Th Y ceased told her W., Sch. W. L. Bunicia, Sch. Enter- indisposed, ; LENTHERIC ...
Black Rock. The ; prise, S., "Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch. The proceeds of the show will
that he was driving around in 4 [audalpha, Sch. Lady Noeleen, M.V : ‘ : TWEED
ith a salesman Canbbee Sch Mandalay If, Sch. Maris go to improving Recreational SHANGHAI
TAOS Car With. &S . Stella, M.V. T. B. Radar, Sch. Jenkins Room facilities of the Barbados
Summing Up Roberts, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. police Force. , MIRACLE
Summing up tothe Jury His Belqueen, Sch Marlon, Belle Wolfe | 3 SILENT vs :
Lordship the Acting Chief Jus- Schooner Florence Emanuel, 40 tons “Spacious Days” } MESSENGERS *
adv lg ch coed with a "Goncen leay tive, tons: a Hon, R,. N. Turner, addressing See hie ’ f > ©
The prisoner is arg’ wi - ooner y ver, 1s ne , RN. Tu bs ; : NE e
taining goods by false pretences on Co: a eae cae re Hae the recruits, said: % CREPE de CHI

December 3 from Aziz Abraham; wejis, trom London

Sch. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Marea Hen-

two hours a day on military train-

Reid instructed them in Police
training.

The show was climaxed with
the “Beating of the Retreat” by
the Drums and Band. The Band
consists of 44 but only 31 Bands-

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. th * ‘ , Sch. Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons’ net, 7 I sr
tion, There is no evidence really Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana Queen. Selected out of several and Cheve . \ :
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PAGE SIX



Colonial Development And Welfare Grants

Total $852,003

APPROVAL by the Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies of 16 Development and Welfare grants totalling $852,-
003 was notified to the Comptroller for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies during January.

An important scheme benefiting Barbados, the Lee-
ward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Windward
Islands is that for the establishment of the Eastern Carib-
bean Farm Institute, which is to provide instruction in the
science, method and practices underlying or connected
with agriculture in the Eastern Caribbean at an inter-
mediate level—i.e. at a theoretical level lower than that
required for the diploma of the Imperial College of Tropi-
cal Agriculture.

This scheme should in time further two years, a further grant
have a widespread effect in im- Oi ><0,8UU has ween approved.

proving the standards of peasant A grant of 962,990 has been au-
farming in’ all the participating torized to cover the estimated
colonies. A Development and Wel- expenditure up to the end of 1993
fare grant wil] find $264,000 to- of the empigyment of a construc-
wards initial costs estimated at tion engineer and staff in Anti-
$412,757 gua,

A further supplementary grant In Grenada, a small grant—
is approved under the scheme ¢$180—covers imereased cost of
originally made in 1944 for the jiving allowance paid to the

establishment and running of the Executive Housing Officer in

Central Cotion Station in Antigua, 1950,
to provide $26,846 to cover im- .
proved conditions of service for The approval of these grants .

the Ascistant Cotton Officer, the brings the total of Development
appointment-of a second Assist- and Welfare assistance to the
ant Cotton Officer end othyr British West Indies since the Ist
charges. April, 1946 to $22,526,854,

St. Vincent receives $5,002 for
the construction of a stud centre

.



in Bequia, one of the islands ir 5
the St. Vincent Grenadines de- Two Needed
pendencies.

Meteorological Services

For Highways
Department

The department remains with-|

Three substantial grants are ap-
proved for meteorclogical ser-
vices. One, for $280,018, covers »
proportion of the recurrent costs
of the newly established Briti h out the services of an Executive
OE ee ee youre, Enginger of the Additional Assist

3 well as thglv ‘or ot capital oA ye cell ag tng Sige for
equipment taken over by the which the latter was provided has
Serv.ce hain the United King~ yet somehow to be done.
Feourrent expenditure will ‘be ,Poviswn had alse been made
divided between the West Indian ior, and applucauious received wr

; ine posts of soreman Mecnanic

Kinedom Mit a Pie and Mechanical Storekeeper and

tion, "the Gener contrifsa ii Oe eee ——
; Le maae betore long.

416200 and the latter, strhjtc! The post of Personnel officer
tv review, $312,000. Two supjs¥e~ has not yet been filled.

mentary grants totalling $107,888 , sities
cover expenditure on the Service Meanwhile most of the rout ine
during 1950-1. work of the department for which

provision has been made will be

Two grants are made fo: :
Y al . 2.995 compieted by the end of this
Set Sever. WOR: S782 financial year.

to meet the revised cost of the

survey being carried out in the ‘Inere has been some interrup-
Leeward Islands, and $480 to tioa and aelay of mxiWaorailary
provide for the increased salary wii Cupilal Works tWrougn the
of. field assistant in British uuusuauy sarge amount of flood
Honduras. GCanmage 0 pe repaired an We
Stouaud area, and more recently

Social Services vy ule prioriey wiven to Seawel

; : nunway repaw, pul every ertor'l

Housing, education, and medi- j5 ussig mieae lo priag 4s much

research benefit from newl¥ work us possibie to compieuon
Approved schemes. In Antigua, 2 yy we sist march,

grant of $18,653 will enable the
government to buy a 1b-acre More particularly, work on the
tne new rosaus ana parking areas

site as an initial step in the re ‘ .
lief of slums conditions in Gar- a¢ Seawell 1s being siowea dow
because of tne priority work on

ley's Land,,St, John’s. St. Luci

receives $16,301 to extend the We Punway, me . bay
Colony’s teacher training scheme ‘At — Sr ae ates Housing
for an additional four months. A @°¢ ay

pcnemes,

supplementary scheme of $33,120
has been made to enable the gov+
ernment of Trinidad and Tobag¢
to continue its maria researe
scheme to the end of 1952.

The department has recently
received the two rollers provided
for in the qurrent financial year,
and these will soon be ready to
work. The Department now has
23 rollers of which 6 have been
purehased since its inception.

Government Appointments

The scheme under which a .
Financiel and Economic Advise. Most of nee are working
was appointed to the Windward The tenantry Road provision
Islands is due to ex in Sep- of $124,000 has been allocated and
tember. In order that the ap this year’s programme of works
pointment may be retained for 4 practically completed.



Jagan Admits

Importing Red
Propaganda

(from Our Own Correspondent)

GEURGETOWN, March 13.

Giowas ailended today’s meet-
ing of une Legisiature when the
aeoate opened on a motion by

Hon, Lionel Luckhoo = asking
Government to pronibit entry
ino we colony, of literature,

publeatons, propaganda or films
winch aré supversive or contrary



ju the public interest.

The debate quickiy shifted to
the operuilons of the leftist Peo-
pie’s Progressive Party headed
by Hon, Dr, Cheddi Jagan and
ius wife, and after three hours
adjourninént was taken until
Friday.

Luckiioe, speaking for 90 min-
utes made an impassioned plea
for the support of his motion as
a first step towards blocking the
operations of Communists in the
colony which he declared were in-
creasing daily. He displayed and

qnoted from scores of book:
snphiets, pulished in Mos-
cow, and emphasised that Mos-

cow was sending out | special
propaganda directed towards the
Caribbean,

From cther pamphlets he quo-
ted reports o P.P.P. sponsored
labour demonstrations which
talked of three-mile long parades
eo 6,000 hungry workers pro«
vsling against the cost of liv

and others with pictures of
Jagan shaking hands with top-
ranking Luropean Communists

Luckhoo also made reference
fo recent troubles with Com-
munists in the Jamaica P.N.P
and the whrning iscued by Albert
Gomes, that the Jamaica group
had planned to take over the

Caribbean Labour Congress.

Not Communist

Hon. Bob Lee, the next speak-
pr, declaréd that the PPP. was
not Communistic and assured the
House that it could never become
Communist with him inside it.

Lee felt the motion was badlv
worded and said he would have
supported it if it was plainly
stated that its object was to hen
the importation of Communist
propaganda, As worded, Lee felt

the Government would be able
any time to ban genuine trade
unien literature which he con-
sidered essential for the education
ot workers as to their responsi-
bilities and rights.

Asked by Governor if he
was proposing an amendment,
Lee said he was only throwing
out a feeler to the mover of the
motion.

Jagan held the floor for nearly
two hours after which the Coun-
cl adjourned.

Jagan charged that Luckhoo
was working in the interests of
capitalists and feared the growing
intluence of the P.P.P. among
workers, He _ freely associated
himself with Moscow, referring
often to “we” when speaking
about Russia,

No Revolutions

He quoted freely from Stalin,

Lenin, Marx and other prominent

Communists and declared that
Stalin did not desire to start
revolutions in other countries.

Jagan denied that the Communists
plan a revolution with guns, bu'
said he had dedicated his life
towards the liberation of Britist
Guiana’s workers by a revolutior
of ideas. He admitted “we” im-
port Communist propaganda bu!
denied the suggestion of fret
distribution.

He said ‘most was bought from
London bookshops at reduced
prices of merely a few
each and were sold cheaply to
workers. Jagan argued t as
the English worker was free to
read such propaganda, the Gui-
anese worker was also free to do
similarly and closed by an appeal
to the mover to withdraw his mo-
tion in the interest of the work-
ers,

Before the Council sat, P.P.P.
nembers headed by Mrs, Jagan
femonstrated outside the Guiana
Public Buildings carrying posters
with slogans opposed to the mo-
tion. When the Council ad-
journed at 5 p.m. crowds outside
increased to hundreds necessi-
tating foot and mounted police
guards as a precautionary meas-
ure,

Jagan received loud cheers on
leaving while Luckhoo took boos

th a big smile.

SUGAR FESTIVAL IN

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can economy.—(1.N.P.)

FEBRUARY, i952.
General Supply
Due to tne comoisauen of the
crop and the continued § dry

weather, the situation has deleri-
crated rapidly during the month.

The derciency areas of nor
Bt. Lucy and northeast St, Peter
are already in the deplorable
state in which they were last
May. There is no piped water
during the daytime north of
Springhall (St. Lucy) and none at
fil, day or night, in the Boscobelie
area of north-east St. Peter. The
three water tank lorries are
meeting the situation as far as
possibie, but this can never be
more tham an unsatisfactory and
expensive means of supply. The
ampnitheatre of St. Andrew is
supplied up to an altitude of
approximately 300 feet above the
sea, in spite of the temporary pipe
crossing the slip in the hillside
above Foster Hall (St. Joseph).
This is about the only bright
spark—and it’s not very lumin-
ous,
Western Supply — Haymans

System

The pumips, whose shipment
was delayed for two months,
which, in view of the remarks un-
der “General Supply” above,
have turned out to be so vital,
arrived on the 27th and are in
the process of being installed.
This work is top priority, and 1)
concerned, both within the De-
partment and outside, are con-
centrated on it. This completely
mew system will require careful
“nursing” to full activity, but the
half million gallons per day, for
which it is designed, should prove
a godsend to the afflicted areas in
the north of the Island. It should
cure a very bad annual headache.

Determination of mean _ sea
level, and also precis levelling,
vetween Speightstown and the

new pumping station, shew that
at present the surface of the fresh
water in the new Haymans well
is about 10” above mean sea
level, indicating that there is a
layer of fresh water 33 feet deep
at the well site. Care has to be
taken to ensure that salinity is
not induced by excessive pump-
ing. This is one of the points
that will have to be carefully
watched.

Belle Electric Pumping
Station
The masonry work of the walls
should, with present progress, be
completed, in accordance with
schedule, at the end of March

Ie

This is a story

maintain the
jtional style is,

i

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New World by Christopher Columbus.





a tale’ of adventure.
characters whom Mr. Hemingway
describes win their existence by
adventurous living. The overture
is dramatic, the succeeding scenes
pitch;
Hemingway's vigorous, unconven-

To Have
»t Ernest Hemingway

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



THE CARIBBEAN Sugar Festival of 1952 attracted many tourists to the Dominican Republic anxious
of witnessing the ceremonies marking the 469th anniversary of the introduction of the sugar cane in the
Photo shows Miss Trina Lluberes, of Trujillo City, Sugar Queen
1952, blessing with her cane sceptre the first cuttings of the year. Sugar is the basis of the Domini-



Monthly Report Of
Waterworks Department

The roof trusses have no:
but ime crane, CcuVv~
whole iength of the
has — as also Wwe
asuestOS rooling sheets. it woula
be aavisapie to complete the
rool betore laying the pipes, etc.,
in the pump room, but if the
trusses (ior Which an expeditor
has been sent) do not turn up by
ine end of Mareh, the pipe work
will proceed,
Belle Bridge
The 20-inch diameter arterial
main from the new Belle Pump-
ing Station to Grandview Reser-
voir is being taken ever the Belle
Gully on a bridge of single span,
110 feet, which it is proposed to
launch as a completed unit. The
jJaunch, during which no risks
can be taken, involves consider~
able preparation at the site. The
component parts of the bridge
are expected within two months,
Bridgetown Arterial Mains
The 18” main has completed
its journey from Belle Pumping
Station to the top of Spooners
Hill, — the 20” from Belle to
Grandview, with the exception of
the vicinity of Belle Gully, was
laid long ago, and its continua-
tion in 15” from Grandview to
Brittons is now proving tough.
The coral encountered is not of
homogeneous texture, which ren-
ders «blasting in a_ residential
area both diffieult and danger-
ous. The Highways & Transport
Department have assisted in the
loan of a large air compressor
and rock cutting machine.
Bottlenecks
more bottlenecks have
“exposed.” The 3”
pipe which runs from Welches
(St. Thomas) to St. Thomas
Church “supplies” several other
3” pipes. It is 2 miles long and
will have to be relaid in 6". The
main between Wildey Corner and
the Pine Development is com-
posed of 5”, 3”, 4” and 7” in that
order. The 3” and 4” must be
replaced with 6”, even if the 5”
and 7” are left in the ground.
It is only by “weeding out’!
undersirable and illogical com~-
binations that supply generally
will be improved. In addition, to
give an even and continuous sup~- |
ply over the Island, considerable
extension of the distribution sys |
tem will be involved. i
At present a missing link, in|
the Fort George system, past!
Canevale (Christ Church) is |
being laid with 6” pipes recover- |
ed from Rock Dundo (St. James).
They were laid in the past cen-

1952.
yeu arrived,
cring tne

pump room,

Two
been





and Have Not

of the Keys of

Florida. The romantic region of i
island and sea, tirough which the
Gulf Stream tlows, — the Keys,
Cuba, and the straits between—
provide a magnificent setting for

And the

and Mr.

as always,

ue

A {supremely adapted to the recount-
a ing of a swiftly moving, violent,
“ dhighly coloured exploit.

STATIONERY

Broad St. and the Village,
Greystone Shops, Balmoral Gap

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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952





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@ from page 3

facing you, in prominence, against
the western wall of this Hall wil) |
tell you much of the Schopl’s
origin, its tradition, and its found- |
er General Sir Christopher Cod-
rington. There stands the sea-|
horse of the Barbados Arms—atop
(the Maltese Cross symbolic of the
Knights of St. John on a back-
ground of white and silver. The
Crest, you may be interested to
know, was designed by Mrs. Sealy,
the wife of Canon Sealy for many
years Rector of this Parish. And
to keep the pattern of historical
sequence alive in our midst, you |
may note that it surmounts our
Inter-House Shield which was
given by the Hon, A. P. Haynes,
and that both these stand housed |
in a School Hall, to the building |
of which, Sir Laurie Pile con- |
tributed much, And so, our}
School’s tradition, linked up with
the lives of some of the oldest
families in Barbadian History,
lives on a perpetual testimony to
its ancient heritage. We know tha‘
tradition to survive must, in her
journey down the ages, trim her



the New School of thought ex-
pect it of us: yet neither School
would have this historic land-
mark with its associated ancient
memories perish, and both, I be-
lieve, trust and hope that this
Old School will live on to perform
its noble work of bringing togeth-
er boys from everywhere through-
out the social stratification of
West Indian culture in a truly
catholic atmosphere of general
goodwill. Yet as we look back we
know that we have changed,
though there be in us that which
changeth not: the Gospel of ser-
vice dedicated to us from the days
of our Founder, the unconquerabie
spirit ofsoptimism that was our
Chief’s live on with us still: and
still the Old School Block bears
the stamp of its ancient lineage.

P thought accept this, and they of
2

tury, but, after cleaning and tar-
ying, are quite sound. This link
not only improves the supply

along the top of the first cliff in And

Christ Church parish but will If nought of change to catch the casual
jorm an integral part of the new Yor ae 7

Hanson system between Brittons co Se VY te the paming- ome
and Christ Chureh, for which thé For the old order changeth, giving place
pipes are on order, This system, to new

As time doth show to all who take o

which is designed to incorporate lingering view

the lower parts of the present
Fort George zone and so give the
latter relief, should result in
better supply to the high points
of Christ Church Ridge, i.e. from
the 200’ contour upwards to the
highest point at 400’ on which the
reservoir is built.
Fire Hydrants

The set of plans of all fire
hydrants in Bridgetown, its sub-
urbs, Speightstown and Holetown,
has been brought up to date and
i¢ being handed over to the Fire
Officer,

Technical Advisory —
Committee

A further meeting of the
Waterworks Technical Advisory
Committee took place on the 12th
of the month, in regard to stand-
by plant for generating electricity the Saniary Department had tc
at the new Belle Pumping Sta- Pe called out to remedy a slight
tion. Enquiries have been made "UulSance at the entrance to the
with the Crown Agents in regard warehouse.
to a suitable second-hand plant. jj

This, nuisance was somewhat

unavoidable, it being caused by

LETTERS OF siege Ag .
ash sand from the sea below
ADMINISTRATION the Central Foundry Workshop,

IN the Court of Ordinary yester- caysin i
day, the Acting Puisne Judge His oa ee

Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor The wash water from the pipe,
granted the petition of Charles L. not being able to find an outlet,
L, Seale of St. George, for letters flooded along the gutter, as far
of Administration to the estate of up as Pierhead Lane at the en-
Williams E. Hopkins who died in trance to the Dry Dock where
America on July 13, last year. workmen had to place large blocks

The tition of Dorothy F. of wood to facilitate crossi
Marshall of Friendship Land, St. a eee

Michael, for letters of Administra- The trouble was remedied after
tiom to the estate of her husband the sand was cleared from the
Charles Marshall, was also drain which ran under and across

The Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah,
Chairman of the Governing Body
moved an able vote of thanks and
said that he was glad that the
Government ad accepted the
Principle of the new library but
its implementation would have to

await Professor Beasley’s Fiscal
survey,



Brain Block
Cleared

While tourists were leaving the
Baggage Warehouse yesterday
morning on their sight seeimy
and shopping tours, workmen o:



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By ROVING REPORTER

LOCAL legislators have been harping for some time
on the dire need in Barbados of a proper East Coast Road.
The Barbados Government has agreed in principle to the
construction of such a road but no initiative has yet been

shown

What is their problem ?

If it is the need of technical

people or the fear that the constant land slides experienced
in St. Joseph and St. Andrew will present insurmountable
difticuluies, the Joes River Estates in St. Joseph have sup-

plied the answer.

Under the supervision of Mr.
T. L. Harris, Civil Engineer, the
Management of the Joes River

Estates is carrying out an exten-
sive development programme of
road building and drainage, re-
grading and reclamation of land
at their estates. It is well under
way and already producing satis-
factory results,

The estimated cost of the pro-
gramme to the Joes River Estates
will be in the vicinity of half a
million dollars. Its purpose, to
stop partially soil erosion to arable
land and to facilitate the reaping
of crops—estate and peasant—in

the area. About 25 miles of tar
sand road will be constructed

throughout the estates.
The work began early last year
and it is already taking shape

Looking from Hackleton’s Cliff,
the net work of 16-foot roads
is picturesque. The system of

French and conduit drainage em-
ployed is indeed a masterpiece of
work,

In spite of the hardships un-
dergone by the workmen in cut-
ting and making roads through
hilly and folding St. Joseph,
akready about eight miles of road
has been finished—all to the coat-
ing of tar sand—and the system
of drainage proving to be effective.

The Programme

The programme includes Spring-
field, Joes River, Frizers, Mellows,
Dacres, Vaughns and Horse Hill,
all of which form part of the Joes
River Estates’ At Joes River,
Springfield, Mellows and Frizers,
the running of roads are mainly
for the general development of
the estates while at Dacres,
Vaughns and Horse~ Hill, the land
will be divided up into lots for
sale to the workers of the estates
Water pipes will be run through-
out the last three estates,

It took me two hours a day this
week to travel through the area
that is being developed. At



Savannah Club

Tennis Tournament

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Ladies’ Single
Miss G. Pilgrim beat
Worme 6—1; 6—0.
Men's Singtes
J. D. Trimingham beat D. I.
Lawless 6-3; 6—4 00.0 0. ou
D. E. Worme beat S. P. Edghili
6—1 and 6—4.
Ladies’ Deubles
Mr, C. I. Skinner and Miss D.
Austin beat Mrs, R. Challenor
and Mrs, T, A. Gittens 6—2, 6—2.
Miss M. King and Miss Worme,
beat Mrs. Frost and Miss Lam-
ming 6—1, 7—5,
Mixed Doubles
Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and P. Mc.
G. Patterson beat Miss Eileen
Bowen and J. W. McKinstry 6- -3;
6—3

Mrs.

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
Ladies’ Single
Miss Pilgrim vs. Mrs. Legge.
Men's Singles
| C. B. Sisnett vs. V. N. Roach.
J. D. Trimingham vs. F. D
Barnes
Ladies’ Doubles

Mrs. Gibbons and Mrs. Barnes

* ws. Miss Hudson and Miss M
.» Wood

Mrs. P. McG. Patterson and

Mrs. Bancroft vs. Mrs. J. Con-

nell and Mrs. A. O’N. Skinner
Mixed Doubles
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G
Manning vs. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.

Worme.
Men’s Doubles
S. P. Edghill and J. H. C.
Edghill vs. G. O’N. Skinner and
I. J. Niblock.



Enenty Losses

WASHINGTON, March 14.
The army estimated enemy
military casualties in Korea at
1,614,710 through Marah 6. This
was 16,868 more than the previ-
ous estimate on February 19.
The total included 1,153,965
battle casualties 328,494 estimated
non-battle losses and 13,225
counted prisoners of war.

—U-P.

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Springfield, road workers were
busy putting down boulders on a
quarter-mile long road while a
roller did the levelling.

Here a system of subterranean
conduit drainage is used for the
purpose of reclaiming land for the
planting of crops and the running
of a road. River water in the
area had taken away enough of
the soil into the sea to cause a
10-foot chasm in a field, dividing
the field into two.

Concrete cylinders are bein
laid down in the chasm to iva
off any water under a bridge
reinforced concrete. The drain
will be about 250 feet long. When
it is completed, boulders will fill
in the remaining part of the chasm
and layers of mould will be spread
down to complete the reclamation
of land. A road will be .down
over the drain so that will
see the water flowing under the
bridge.
Stopping Landslides

In order to prevent the land
from slipping, a series of French
drainage has been used all along
the quarter-mile of road. The
water from the fields, after heavy
rains, or from a river, percolates
through boulders to the sea at
Bathsheba. In some areas, bam-
boo will be planted to stop soil
erosion. A good job is being done
at Springfield.

At Dacres, a more _ intricate
system of French underground
drainage is being used owing to
the fact that the area is more hilly
and the land is folding more than
at Springfield. A road is now
under construction while a D7
caterpillar is making mounds into
graded ground.

Building Project

The area being regraded by the
caterpillar neeaed expert tackling
lor tne workmen to be successful
Alter a few yards of cutting into
tne mouid, tne caterpillar would
be halted by a 50 or 60 foot drop
in the land and a mound would
rise sharply atter. Except for a
“table” of hard clay which now
has to be removed, the area is
graded.

The regraded portion of land
will be used for seaside resorts
and not for the planting of crops.
It slopes down to Bathsheba Road
giving a vantage point for good
scenery and an excellent view of
the Atlantic. Another road ad-
joining that now under construc-
tion will join the Bathsheba Road.
Other subsidiary roads will be
built as conveniences to the sea-
side resorts.

Soil erosion at Dacres is being
checked by the use of subterranean
drains which help to get rid of
water coming down from Hackle-
ton’s Cliff. Bamboo will be plant-
ed all along the water course and
land strip area,

Hard work and determination
resulted in the construction of the
Frizers Bridge. I understand from
enquiries made that the labourers
had to head the material and
equipment for constructing the
bridge down the rocky and rugged
hill side to the spot where the
bridge now stands. Made of rein-
forced concrete and having a 40-
foot span, the Prizers Bridge pro-
vides a road over Frizers River
which is a part of Joes River. The
bridge has not been entirely com-
pleted neither is the road adjoin-
ing it which is mainly for the us?
of lorries loading sugar cane from
the surrounding fields.

Land Reclamation
Slight reclamation of land and
heavy cylindrical drainage is be-
ing carried out at Vaughns. A
road is being built for the devel-
opment of the area. Horse Kill
has a network of roads. Devel-

opment of this estate was the
easiest part of the problem.
The engineer will have many

years of steady work before the
programme is completed, After the
crop, the roads which are already
finished and being used at present
by lorries hauling canes will begin
to get their final coat of surfacing
material,

Extensive cocoanut cultivation
will be done on some of these
estates and this no doubt will
assist the checking of soil erosion.

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THE FOREGROUND which was once a range of mounds,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



“table” of land will be removed by the caterpillar.

Policy Discuss
TAIPEH, Formosa,

March 14,
French Charge D’Affaires Joseph

Siguret is reported carrying on
discussion with the Nationalist
Chinese Government on _ policy

toward Indo-China.

Siguert was said to be sounding
out the Nationalists on what their
position would be if the Chinese





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CONDUIT DRAINAGE at Springfield, St. Joseph.



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was graded by a D-7 Caterpillar. The

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Hardship

Warning of hardships
fices to be endured by the
So that
development
be safely
this

programme
vel were
morning by Governor

Ca Chamber of Commerce
Neve

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island be

history
points of policy as
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that this
nothing

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unity would
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facts was not fully realised

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improvement
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would have to endure

Fact two
tendency people
upon reserves to mee’
hardships of the
and the general

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at St. John’s and reported
experiencing of heavy seas
St. Lucia and the loss of
of gasolene,
vil.

: Having discharged the
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Antigua bound for St
St. Kitts under ballast

kerosene and

responsibility of larceny



“WITCH” BEATEN

TLALNEPATLA Mexico,

Mr Josefa
wood in the
aman ran‘u
Baez said the man who 1
sought iccused the old
of putting the “evil eye”
bers of his family
after beating her

pinosa
nearby
to he

was
forest
with

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Communists burst across the
border as “volunteers” at the side , IT oT T
of the Communist Vietminh re- TO VISIT ST. LUCIA
bels (From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, March 14. * Ree
According to a reliable source Hon. E. M. Gairy, said here s a
Nationalists maintain that tneir today he intends to visit St. Lucia *
position in relation to the Chinese ynext Tuesday as a result of his »
Communists or the rest of the adio-phone conversation today
world cannot be denied until the ith Hon, W. G. Brown, President ;
Korean issues are resolved, { the Roseau Peasant Workers’ h
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sacri-
public
agricultural and industrial
might
given

Foot
the annual meeting of the Jamai-

at

had the
en ever united on, major

Six

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The schooner Olive May arrived

the
off

39 drums
Diesel

remain-
cleared
Martin via

The police unexpectedly
boarded the ship, searched it and
— seven drums of gasolene

wee of kerosene ; > of
Dicest oh ri ind one of

Captain Edward Enoe and the
rew of eight were arrested. The
mate, ae Ackey, son of the
owner of the schooner, accepte
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; March 14,
Police reported that a 60-year-

old woman was beaten and left |
for dead last night because her |
assailant believed she was a
witch ;

Police Ghief Eduardo Baez said
cutting
when |
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beifig |
woman |
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He disappeared

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The passenger liner “Golfito”
arrived here frqm Trinidad to take
38 passengers to the U.K. She an-
chored in port at daybreak and
left for England around 10 a.m

The "“Golfito’ got compliments
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IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the ins |
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“Saint John of this Yelattd to exuse to be
introduced into the Legislature of this
Ieend @ Bill authorising the «aid Vestry
to raise a loan not exceeding £2,500 to
ensble the snid Vestry to purchase a}
Perce! of dand at Gall Wit, St. John.
gnd to erect thereon o communal Ba:
and Latrine
Dated this i4th day of Mareh, 1952
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HOUSING

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BOARD



APPLICANTS FOR POST OF RENT COLLECTOR
AND MAINTENANCE CLERK.

No candidate wii!
is under
months on the ist September.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

9.3.$2-an| TENDERS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF MILK POWDER, BISCUITS.
SOAP, E.C., CLEANSER AND MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT

|FOR THE NUTRITION SCHEME TO THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY

SCHOOLS OF THE ISLAND.



years 6

Tenders are invited for the transport of Milk Powder, Biscuits,
Soap, E.C., Cleanser and miscellaneous equipment for the Nutrition
Scheme of the Department of Education to the Public Elementary
Schools throughout the island during the following school terms

a 5th May to Ist August, 1952

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Public Official Sale

| (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904) ennum,
(1904-0) & ao)
On Priday the 2ist day of March 1962
at the hour of 2 o’eloek In the aft
will be sold ot my office to the highest
bidder for any sum not under the apprais-
valite
Ail thet certain piece of Land eon-
taining by admeasurement 28.6 hes
Sttuate at Bath Village, in the Parish of
Christ Church butting and bounditig on
lends

od

now or late of one Clarke. on a



lene called Spotia







The salary of the post, which is non-pensionable and terminable
by one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of $912 per
annum, plus a temporary Cost of Living Allowance of $128.40, per

Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi-
on | ence, together with copies of testimonials, should be addressed to the
Manager and Secretary, Housing Board, the Garrison, and will be ante
accepted up to 4 p.m. on the 19th March, 1952.



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (RESTRICTION) ACT, 1939



The estimated fortnightly deliveries are 400—650 cartons of Bis-
cuits of 24 Ibs. each, 125—300 containers of Skimmed Milk Powder
of 56 lbs, each, 150—200 gallons of E.C. in one-gallon bottles.

_ The following items are delivered during the first fortnight of
each of the three school terms :—

1,000—1,200 bars of soap
1,400—1,600 tins of cleanser
3,000—5,000 rolls of toilet paper
Miscellaneous nutrition equipment
ies must be taken from depots in Bridgetown, and must be
according to the requirements of the Schools during the
tioned above. The delivery of Milk Powder, Biscuits





15.3,52—1n.



pel
































» and on two isides The Governor, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by|and £.C must be completéd within thre
> ; satel ‘ VC, e days,
bathing, quiet, All meal 4 nibitiacstiidhipemar nai residence st Barbarers Hill, St, Michael,|on the Public Road, together with the ‘ { sue . :
vorvieee supplied torn shits house. Own VAUXHALL VELOX MODEL CARS- standing on 2 acres 13.5 perches of land mebranpe or Dwelling Houses, Buildings, — ae of Sees te 8 Imports (Restriction) Act, 1939, Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during terms
Telephone. Suitabl married le, | These 1/18 Seale and are Powered |The house contains 4 bedroon with ©, appraised ag follows:- ere makes the followin rder :— ‘ bs :
($25.00) per day Atnéiicen Vian fer ave by we Oy cell batteries. Forward and} dressing rooms attached, drawing, dining |, The whole property appraised _.to , y This Ord ee . he E ‘ ai be Clien- listed above, ang must reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later
people. Apply: Beachlands, St. James or| reverse gears. Only limited numberfand all other usual rooms. Kithen. et Seren ae a ae 1, iS Order may cited as the Exports an mpo than 12 o’clock noon on Saturday, the 29th March, 1952.
% ” . ame . . ane . prance Farag > { 30 >
ee OF Se ee eee een Lentestd Steer nhc. So emel™. , MSPS LEE jdm te der eer [eral Oba Mimert Tédenes) (Mbvosstion) Coder, 1008. Tenders must be marked “Tenders for transport of Biscuits, Milk
FLAT—2nd. Flat at Para, St, Lawrence| ————— =F iaatalled, wind mill. orchard containing }WNEOE Be fh. 2. The Exports and Imports (General Open Import Licence) | powder, Soap, E.C. Cleanser and miscellaneous Nutrition equipment
Gep—Furnished—Refrigerator—Long term many variety of fruit trees garden ete ; ; rt ‘pos pa a Order, 1951, is hereby revoked. to the Public Elementary Schools.”
tenant preferred. Phone 8434. ELECTRICAL For inspection to view Phone Mrs. [et purchase ; 7 ; >
15.3.52—2n Bellamy 8365. 8.3.52—t.f.n 7S. Se. ; “ bd or (Opes) Deeatt Licence, dated the 6th day The person whose tender is accepted must be prepared to furn-
ar 7 wad 0 ecem ber. 1s ereby cancelled. 3
——__ | “ghe, brand new mE hE Ke © Provost Marshal's Office. ’ _ 7. " ish sureties for the due performance of th n :
Dial pase he Hesch,. “St, Péter. | “Fercipaine—Almont news Fer duriher ge ager ge ag eos Nag arg ae gg 4. The provisions of this Order shall not apply in respect of The Govetanient deus mak Bind iteete oF ed Pa Sls
S v2 : . o: . a
—— | Particulars call 4792. 1-3-5210. | sized livjag room, opth verandyly Bitchen “3.2 <" ‘the importation of any goods which are shown to the satisfaction tender P pe oe ONY
MODERN ith a Land utility room. Garage, laundry, : : : :
gto ae DURNISHED Reatealntas ONE COOLERATOR—Owen T. Alider, | eervant roome and storage room under NOTICE ef the Controller of Supplies to have been ordered by or consigned 12th March, 1952.
For further particulars. Apply to Alma| "ebuck Street, Dial 3299. On attractive hillside site, Rockley New to any person in this Island on or before the thirteenth day of March,
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. atntliepapentin to | BONG. A. Barnes & Co,. Mae sete | USTACE cascorane | 1952
23.2.52—t.f.n. “ , ANIEL EUSTACE GASCOIGNE ; \
LIVESTOCK — anette ‘ BRATHWAITE Made by the Governor this thirteenth day of March, one thou-
STRATHALLAN-Rocklay: Furnishec wera. ee tee ences oe Cocsened sand nine hundred and fifty-two
Flat with Linen, Cutlery: on the sea ONE HEIFER—4 teeth, due to calffias the Almair Home. Suitable tor tne | NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that «i , ) ‘ :
Dial 8460 15.3.52-2n | March 26th. Telephone 3226. ness site, Offers to be sent in by the | persons having any debts of claims upon By His Excellency’s Command,
“WAWRALEVoGhe Gh Doe be —14.3.53—2n, J 2ist be ai = t? ~ a an W. Scott. lor affecting the estate of Daniel Eustic: R. N. TURNER orga enim esi
* GH Beach, St, Peter. Woodside, Bay Stree —_ ,,° | Gascoigne Brathwaite deceased late, of “oo ¢ NTRRA TRALIA
Dial 95268. 18.3.52--2n. | PUPS—Three-quarter breed Labradors. ‘D [Dayrelis Road in the parish of Christ Colonial Secretary. mOTTAL AAD ame ‘uve
Phone 8289, 15,.3.52—2n, “NON PAREIL , Balmoral Gap, F Hastings, ak le wee in aaa Tone 14.3.52,.—2n (M.A.N.Z. LINE) Tho MV. “DAERWOOD” will
, meaty . 4 ’ ay oO ‘ebruary re e| ae % ee accep! TEO al issengers for
standing on 22,137 square feet of land quired t d i ticulars of their it. * ade
WANTED MECHANICAL The house contains four bedrooms. [Elsie duly attested to me the upder aac fa Agta rete end, 20 sail Sha Aruba. Date ce eatin ne
, Ss, wat ' plectric lig * 2,
ing Inteckhout secvepin’ route pad gariae. (ee Siete anata on cork: BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL March 3rd, ‘Sydney March 10th, Bris-|() Pe Notified.
HELP ePARTIAZER DISTRIBUTOR a Mas- Inspection by appointment, phone 9 {the 8th day of May. 1952 after which | bane March sind Service at, Frtaiied L whe A/V.’ “cammenh? wit
y-Harris product. in me for ie The above wi se set up for * | date hall ed to distribute the 7 ne ri r
lication of your Fertilizers—COUR- at public competition at 2 p.m. on Fri- cae ut a tebe ena er parties TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES, a oe 35th. | Tagine KReiS eae
Assist = Montserrat | TES GARAGE, Dial 4616. Gay the 2ist day of March at the Office | entitied thereto having regard to the n- addition to general cargo this ves- Wok she St RG Dee
aa Kedtaxt a wae $3.62 —6n Yor 'ime undersigned then have ‘had notiee, and that tsha{ , SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12|¢l,has ample space for chilled and hard |} Nevis and St. Kitts. Date 0
' 3 * Cc > SE then have had notice, and that I shali '
agement livestock essenti; ei : * 7: U th ih il,
to manage cotton lime ane? By a ae fs yatiable | (e tamed Lucas Street. not be Mable for assets 90 distritnited o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th March, 1952, for supplying articles Laie” ree anf Pa ne The M/W. “MONEKA” will
Provided. Apply ystating experience and] ¢''", “uve tranaport Width eCowriesp | 7:8:88—20n ty ‘ to any person of whose debt or or.) in the following lines for a period of six months from (st April, | British Guiana, Leeward and Windward accept Cargo and Passengers for
salary required "15 Box 221, Plymouth, Danie” Bat anne $3 08-00 § eegae rar OPPORTUN! nity 10 com cor meunes notice at the time 1952 Islands, career es ers eens ate
‘ontserrat, B.W.1, 13.3. 52—6n, Sarai ; SFIZE ae 7 For further particulars apply — levis a . itts, dling
Naeem en SEIZE LIVING PLEASURE; SEIZE IT | “And all persons indebted to the said .
MAN, GER—Required for the Grenada ae Sigs pete ed Lee STONE BUNGALOW on sea coast, eitate are requested to settle their ac- (1) FRESH BREAD. FURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD sional. nie
Sugar Lid. A Genetal Manager, (Oe. Play aig ete ooo Ane BABI st. James, Containing open verandah, |ounts without delay. (2) ALCOHOL. iy 4 os Nirsl iia ites casei
A nts Mast supply Giedenticis ee ee | trawing and dining room. # bed rooms, |” "Dated this Ist day of March, 1988. 3) COFFINS. TRINIDAD. '_ ASSOCIATION [INC.)
sta experience, age and salary re.) a SHINE wash basin in rooms, kitchenette, toilet COURTELEY IFILL, (3) , and providing HEARSE for the burial of the and Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
quired, . 138 ik ONP JONES SEWING MACHIN 7. ,and bath, servants room; and garage Qualified Executor, dead at the Westbury Cemetery DACOSTA & CO., LTD., a
a | ice 10 oeaeae sience” Ow Mgt: | standing on 4208 sar. Pah Panini ene eee (4) PURE FRESH MILK, bet 200 and 250 pints a a Sennett =
cebuck Swe F BUNGALOW at Pine Estate, containing Rrathwaite, 4 ween an pints a day] — a
15.3,52—1n. i c n
side verandah, drawing and dining room, deceased,
MISCELLANEOUS Se mm Hs hed thos, Waih.basin in rooms, hall, 1.3,52—8n only. J
Aiden) 31d RO ee eee ae tat kitchenette with built in cupboards Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application
\vammmunantnictesesi ‘ ect. *[ toilet and bath, servants room and
SRY CLA Wanted Boy's second-hanr 15.3.82—1n garegs, mending on about 9,000 sqr. ft sirpatains OTR Sosy to the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be e
leyele, good condition, Call 8496. 7 ee eee PROPERTY -- Three roofed house I enterta
15.8.52—2n, | RUCK T1P-END HYDRAULIC HOISTS. } situated in Dayrells Road, has open stone PARISH OF SAINT MIC tertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Inc.
nase Te PT eaieaes ota ye te | verandah, drawing and dining room, 3] SEALED TENDERS tn gate Hospital.
TRACTOR — W. D, 9 Inte: ae ew , 7 ‘©, Dial bed rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath, | marked on the — envel
ee ana Apply R me aei6. servants room, and garage; standing on Ree abit te ‘Suu aeeevas by ail nc coe en must submit at the time of tendering letters ‘
, Cliff, St John. mrt 1/8 of acre, lerk of the Ves! o other
a9 19.3.62—n. | ,ZRACTOR/TRAILER = TYPE GRASS] BUILDING SITE, at Navy Gardens |noon on Thursday the Hu aay of March. | wittingn persons known to possess property, expressing their NEW YORK SERVICE
MO) + cut—also available for ty1,000 sar. ft. And many other pro- }for the undermentioned in puch w ess to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the A STEAMER sailed 7th Mareh — arrives Barbados 22nd March, 1952
operating from Tractor Power Take-off perties and small houses, Guantitfes as may from time to tinte be | gontract, A STEAMER sails 28th Mareh — arrives Barbados 11th Apri 1952 >
BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE —COURTESY GARAGE, Dial, #6. EBONY REALITY & COMMISSION ordered for one year commencing on the . bee Gonitebe ana hol iid . : 4
—6n, - AGENCY, |ist, April next, ‘erm: e et and any further particulars may be obtained o- —-——~
Marhill Street, Dial 5001, FRESH MILK .
ASSOCIATION MISCELLANEOUS ek FAbSH BEBAD on application at the General Hospital. 13.3,52—3n. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
eT RT a renntieemenemmncsinsat Tee, Pesson MROene mutt aera in S.S. “TRYA" sailed 7th March arrives Barbados 2ist March, 1952
cated “icin aa ee ne .s. , eek . f i
NOTICE OF . , AQUARIUM—All glass. Size 30x12x11 a letter, along with the Tender, signed s o'




























complete with reflector, Can be
purchased sé@parately or stocked with
oe and Tropical Fish, Archie Clarke,
one 5146, 14.3, 52—6n,

arene tna tr itendaee
BIBLES from 4/- up. Testaments 18c.

There will 4 ballot for the election
of a Vice-Pre: mt, and five members to
serve on the Council of the Association
for the year 1952-53, at the Legislative
Council Chamber, Public Buildings on
Saturday, 15th March, 1952, between the

AUCTION

in

I_will sell on FRIDAY 14th at 2 p.m,
at Messrs, McEnearney's Garage one (1)
1935 Ford V-8 Car damaged in accident.
ONE VAUXHALL 14 H.P











hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m, re each, Books & Text Cards. Bible House, TERMS CASH ERPAN CAR,
The following persons have been nom.| °5 Tudor Street. R. ARCHER McKENZIE
om a 14.3,.52—6n Auctioneer.
vice- ident: — ~— $9.3
Ww. a DOUGLAS COTTON—Raw Cotton for — stuffing ib band Seti ace: .
Cc. R. C. SPRINGER Mattresses and Upholstery. Apply Bar. fur instructions from the Fire Insunance
Members of Couneil:— bados Knitting & Spinning Co., Spry St. fco. I will sell by auction on Thursday
F, ¥, BARKER 15.3.52—2n. | next 20th March at 2 p.m. at Fort Royal
Cc. . COPPIN vas penne peter meee ~~ | Garage (1) New Morris Car damaged in
H COULSTON BOUREHOLD EQUIPMENT of aliPaecident. Also. (1). five ° neeuges
* F. L. Cozimr {| deseription, Owen T. Allder, Roebuck [Chrysler in perfect. v orking order, (1)
F. “G. DOWNES ~] Street. Diat - a299, ! In: | Dodge Pickup, and (1) two seater’ V-%
L. T. GAY TRI Re Ae earner . Ford. All the above can be inspected at
A. G. JORDAN MAHOGANY |TREES--Apply S. W.]the above garage, ‘Terms ah
A. E. LEWss McConnay, Newbury, St George, | D'ARCY A, SCOTT
ze 2 mona * 15,3.52-~1n, Auctioneer
‘s z a aa
F. G. TALMA NEW TORNADO KIT—Complete with ei al aise e ndibtod e
Mr. R. P. Parris was also ttominatea | Ma8t_and Boom $300 Telephone:



from Mrs. N. O, Hulse
her

By instructions

Adams 91-61 or enquire Yacht Club, I will

to serve on the Council but has with- sell at residence “Maris{o’’































draarn., 5.3.52-6n Merwe Coast on Wednesday next }\t!
L. A. HALI. ee nner a March beginning at 12.30 p.m, her en|ice
General Secretary. RIMBELLISHERS — In chrome, for}iot of household. furniture whic h
Bee 560544: Vauxhall Velox 15” rim only. Beautify cludes:—Mah China Cabinet, Moevri
ce Car with these attractive wheell chairs with spring filled cushions, M ih
Ww AS rims, Courtesy Garage 4391. Radio and centre tables, Mah. Settee,
ANT TO SELL ‘ F > 15,8.52—8n Beritwood euics, Small carpet,
; - ardrobe, paint iressing table, La iv
A GOING CONCERN Scenes of the Lying in-state and Fu- desk, ten’ sets, silver a cram
heral procession of King George VI freezer, (3) bedsteads with mattre
18e. each or 6 for 4/-, Knights Ltd. painted tables, and other iten ot
One well establishea * as 4 15.3.52—3n. Finterest. Terms cash
business ¢ 40 years series YEP S Bicycle tyres & tuber, 26 x 1% pees Alietice
in the of ~ and * 1% Dunlop Roadster, Ys x 11, 15 3.
ideally Dealers in Tndia fuber LAURIE DASH®& Co., Tucior rr
1 St. Phone 5061. ey
Genera’ 7 at 15.3.52—3n, .
For further particulars UNDER THE SILVER
Apply: X.¥.P. WI YRES—Gilt Edged B.T.R, lorry and HAMMER
passenger car tyres at very reasonable
C/o The Advotate Co. prices. See them at our showroom, K. R. By recommendations of Lioyds A
15,.3.52—3n. , unte & Co, Ltd. Dial 5136. we will sel on TUESDAY the 141
. 15.3.52—11n ome ier 17 High Street;
2, - Sewing Machine, 1 Baby Grand f
Seecesooseceesseeess 959999950905 soauenen a HADENSA OINTMENT 17 Car Batteries, 1 Set Chambe
WHY SUFFER?” Hadensa the new} 4: hocolate’ Wars, @4 coon.
Sh ocem Ointment for Haemorthoids, wie yeaeeee ee $4 Easter J
: % | Immediate rellet from pain and bleeding. | Goous in Seu Powder, 75 Bot
} Obtainable from all Drug Stores, Haerviten Se gaa . A ot Ci .
in € ‘es, ° Kes Astoria 2
: 12.3,52-—7n, Coal Stoves, Khaki Drill, ics
NG MATERIAL & EXPAND-| UK Spun.
ae, Training ING AlL.—Electrodes, brass and steel Sale: 12.30 o'clock. Terms CASH
4 y.0. filly ro Prpenairey metal. from 3/4” tof BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO
ve quire uto ‘yre Company, ti $ "
WATERBELL Trafalgar & Spry Streets. Phone » 06. eaeey 5.3,52—2
13.3.52—t.f'n eT
wee GOVERNMEN|
. LOST & FOUND NMENT NOTICE
ee e
J. D. CHANDLER aT Sioa!
isa ks st LOST At a meeting of the Directors
.3.52—3n. of the Barbados Government
_ eat be Wednesday between | Savings Bank, held ca Wednesday
SSS Gage. A‘ pair oF spectacien in corn] ee 12th “Match, 1952, it was
FOR SALE leather case. Finder please return to}@STeed to increase the limit on
the Rev. J. Burrows, St. Aumustin, st. | deposits from $1,440.00 to $2,400.00



George or Advocace Office. With effect as from the 1th of
bins ae 14.3,52—3n] March, 1952.
B. S. A. Motor Cycles LONDON CHAMBER OF a ar oe
just received a shipment SUMMER EXAMIN eniders
R EXAMINATIONS *‘} Sealed Tenders ‘plicate
of 1 + hp. Call early i 1952 marked on the "envelope “eokee

secure one.
Showroom - -

REDMAN & TAYLOR'S

Entries for the Summer Exam-
inations, 1952, of the London
Chamber of Commerce must reach

for winding and keeping in repair
the Public Buildings Clock" will
be received at the Colonial See-




tary’s Offic >
the Honorary Secretary, Local] +<\@"y are jeg te Pm: On
GARAGE LTD. Education Committee, London ete t March, 1952, for wind-
15.3.52—3n. ‘Chamber Jot Commerce, at thet! eeping the Public Build- |
os ear ings Clock in repair, jn accord-
j Educaion, Garrison,| ance with the Conditions of Con-
not later than Monday, the 17th tract to be seen at the Publi
March, 1952. | Works Department ge
ORIENTAL | sisi; Pa conn
. | Is pril, 1952
PALACE For each Single Subject $1.68)' Each Tender ust be com-
Certificate Stage— panied by a lette: med by tv
For each Single Subject, ; persons knowr to pe =e5s proper-
HEADQUARTERS FOR except Foreign | the party fonacnn soe
SOUVENIRS Languages ........... $2.28) ° arty tendering, the )sun
FROM INDIA, CHINA & For each Foreign Language 4.00 at uae SOF eee
CEYLON For each School Certificate 1 ePhe Gornance of the contract
; of Commercial Education 12.00} jtsei¢ tage overt the } tad xe Hs
Higher Stage— aa ee
THA N | S For each Single Subject, Portes information can be ob-
except Foreign Languages 3.00! tained fro 1 the Colonial Enginee
Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466 Department of Education, Pifblic Work ieee =
Ist March, 1952 1





by two properly qualified persons (not
being members of the Vestry), stating
their willingness to become bound with
the Tenderer in the event of their Ten-
der being accepted for the due fulfil-
poent of the Contract

With respect to the tender for
FRESH MILK, the probable quantity
required for one year is 24,000 gallons
and the Vestry reserve the right
accept the Tender of more than one

of one year from 1st April, 1952.

UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES.

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th March, 1952, for the MAKING OF
UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES for a period

Tender forms will be supplied on application to the Secretary,

S.S. “TRYA” sailed 12th March —- arrives Barbados 26th March, 1952



CANADIAN SERVIUE
SOUTHBOUND
Sails Halifax
12th Februany

Name of Ship
ss, “ALCOA PLANTER” ..

Atrives Barbados

21st February



for th Ay of this arti oa ined t th ‘ sath 5 nad auth March
person for he supply o} articie e ; 14th arch ar
GAA ail peetene. tectelee tor Gad cee eneral Hospital, and tenders will not be entertain excep y . 1a eeh sas eae
ele shall forword, | along with thelr | are on forms supplied by the Hospital. ; 13th April 2rd April
tender, « Certifieate by a properly Persons ten tendering “ye ‘ Ist Ma: lith Ma:
qualified Veterinary Practitioner stating dering must sabmit at the time of letters " *

that the cattle from which the milk will
be supplied are free from Tubercalosié
Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Vestry Clerk’s Office,
By Order,
E N,

St. ‘Michael's Vi
Clerk, St. chael's Vestry. | Hi ‘ital.
5.3.62—e.0.d.—Tn ospital,

NOTICE ;

The attention of all Persons, Firms
and Companies carrying on tra@e or
business in the City of mies ae 5
in other parts and _ places t. x :
Michae!, is drawn to the provisiens of{COlonial Hospital, St. Vincent,
si.bsection 6 of section 53 of the Vestries | conditions :—

contract.

.

VACANT

from two other persons known to possess property, expressing their |
willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the

Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary, General



POST

POST OF PHYSICIAN, COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT
Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Physician,
B.W.I. on the following terms and

These vessels have limited passenger accommodation.
ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
APPLY:—DA OOSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE

sy HARRISON LINE

OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM



13.3.52—3n.

: Due
ee eee ey eee Duties: Administrative control of the Extension Hospital of Vessel From Leaves Barbados
“On or before the ist day of Feb_ about 30 beds for tuberculosis and/or isolation cases and the “PLANTER”
de cote te ae ee Fort Institutions, Medical Care of sick in the Colonial Hos-|§/§. “STUDENT” 2 Cen & ree eee Beer
respect of profit aerived trom carrying pital and responsibility for training Nurses and Dispensers Liverpool 8th Mar, 22nd Mar.
on n fests to exteined tiem ine in conjunction with the Resident Surgeon, and to assist the| 8.8. “HERDSMAN” =. London 27th Mar. 18th April
Vestry, a Return in writing of thelt Resident Surgeon at operations. S.S. “ASTRONOMER .. Liverpool 29th Mar. 10th Apr.

average net annual profit, In accor-
dance with the provisions of the said
Act for the purpose of assessment.

The Physician may be required to assume the administrative
control of the Colonial Hospital.

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

“ se i ther ’

person, shall by reanea of the regular Emoluments: A salary of $3,456 per annum is payable plus a Vessel For Closes in Barbados
Gate of closing Accounts being § date Specialist Allowance of $1,200 per annum if the holder ce PROSPECTOR” - London 13th March

Teint 20 “iat of Webvnanr thee the possesses post-graduate qualifications in Medicine. A tem-| 5:S. EXPLORER . - Liverpool 24th March

Return must be made to the Assessor
on or before the 15th day of March
“In case any proprietor or other
person shall by reason of the short
period during which the business has
existed be unable to make the Return













‘se for the ensuing year) able up to a maximum of £100 per
|

‘pers from the | ning







Al ouse i from any part of
> the Cemetery |have a sound knowledge of town
: ‘ uns . — preparation and administration of town planning schemes.
. t -arish o the
ad to the General 3.
Hospital to the Alms-
part of the Parish fea 2c $
- Prostata and | before assuming the post
G es f the Almshouse for | 4
' : 1952-5, }provided for the candidate and hi



ledicine
nshc



and drugs | of 18 years.
Log







porary Cost of Living Allowance of $380.40 is also paid.

Consulting & Fees: Consulting practice (but not Private Prac-
tice) is allowed. Fees on a graded scale for Private Patients
at the Colonial Hospital are paid to the Physician.



annum,

2. Candidates must be corporate members of the Town Plan-
Institute and of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and |
planning legislation and of the |

The appointment will be on probation for a period of three |
years in the first instance, and the candidate will be subject to the
passing of a satisfactory medical examination as to physical fitness |

Free passages to Jamaica not exceeding five in all will be}
wife and children below the age}

Applications in writing, stating qualifications and experience,
Planner, Kingston,

(BEN, should be addressed to the Government Town 4
St. Petey, Jamaica, and will be received up to the 15th of April,
13.3.52—4n

For further Information apply to. . .
DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents











Ai” Siaatrade Toney, thes. no: eta | i4 Conditions of Appointment: The appointment will be on con-
sajure, to comply with es eepies tract for a period of 3 years in the first instance, but the
met oe nis s ® 2
| person and/or. pereohe lable te @ Beal appointee may opt after two years to be appointed to the y
net exceeding | Atty peur (2 a q permanent, pensionable establishment. \ USE x
Spould o sta: es 7 i
| Traders have no control arise to ae Quarters: No quarters are provided. G E R M 0 I L %
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PAGE TEN

3 Records Broken At (~~
Combermere Sports

AS the first day of the annual athletic sports came to
a close in fine weather at Combermere School yesterday
a thrilled crowd had séen three records broken. These
were the Throwing of the Discus in Divisions | and 2 broke:
by Crichlow and Kennedy respectively, and the 880 vards
Division 2 by Sealy
In every event which was con-
tested there was keen competi-
tion, and when one considers that 2 Di 2.8 T
601 points were gained in stand- IVISIONS oO
ard points by the various sets a
before Sports Day, there should B O d
be no doubt whatsoever that a e rganize f
great deal_of interest was aroused

Re ate ti e it Was intro- (n Water Polo

duced into the sports programme

in 1950, records have been brok At its Annual General Meeting
en in Throwing the Discus in yesterday, the Water Polo Asso-
both divisions 1 and 2. In divis- ciation decided to organise two
ion 1, Crichlow threw 100ft. to Divisions, “A” and “B”, for the
beat last year’s record by Ift. season which will begin in May
10% inches and in division 2, or June this year

BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952

* o | 9 OSSFSSSSS PLPOESLGSSSSS eH, eS te a
Ray \\ Ins Fight $ Make mis Saterday niente the 91 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

, The ANNUAL. DANCE S1( READING ROOM D
For Cancer Fund
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sponsored bs Le
Messrs GOULBOURNE PHILLIPS

World Middleweight champion Ray “Sugar” Robinson,
fresh from his triumphant defence of his title against Cari |













Mary Baker Eddy”

\Maxie> and
CLEMENT JACKMAN
(Bebby Geoff) See these at the ee Roo:
At UEFEN’S PARK HOUSE over Bowen & Sons 20 Broad Si
“{Constitatien Road) Open Tuesdays, Wednesday
‘Bebo” Oléfon of Honolulu said he is ready to take on Rocks TO-NIGHT 15th MARCH Fridays
Graziano in Chicago on April 16 but admitted that his s1
nonth layoff proved somewhat of a
However, he won a unanimous decision
obinson, weighing 157) came
fast in the closing rounds of

ADMISSION %-
a 15-round title fight to turn back
he challenge of Olson who i ey: oo
led 1594 .

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Perey Green's Ork in attendance §
The batthe, staged for the bene-

BAR SOLID 15.3.52—In

fit of the Damon Runyon Cance G. Tucker emerged wit

Fund, attracted a record of 11,000 ner wi ~s 99 out of a possible 100

fans into the Civic Auditorium followed closely
which seats slightly more than Webster with 98,

9.000 While Mr, Tucker is to be con-
The gate not immediately gratulated on his score of 99,
announced, is expected to total special mention must be made;

zround $65,000,. Robinson dona- of young Mr. Webster who is not

ted his entire purse except for only a new comer to the sport

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hi ; eho of 87ft. 4 ins, porte It was also decided that at the Olson got $9,000 a a lot Of cehool, We must also mention Mr. | Orchestra. Refreshments on Sale. and make your appointment
iis throw of 87ft. 4 ins, as t réstined..fér his (ehave. ee See : a teks heey:
luded the only record broken there will be no relegation from denis = ny Soctticor then ama The following a e et : ost
was that of the 880 yards division Division “A” to “B", but a Com- = Ai ig ie initiative. Sohan’ Alea scores recorded ; last ed nes- |
2, when Sealy ran a fine nace mitte of the Council of the Asso- tart and actually was even on “"*S a Sh H.P.S
chy pping off two seconds from J. ciation will agree as to which soints with Robinson at the end 100
Ha record of 2 mins. 21] secs. teams are playing up to Division aa the tenth round. Olson won the Snes E ny

Alth« ‘ugh not a record, the 8890 “A” standard and should be eduautth eighth, ninth and. tenth Mr, M, G Dye ker ' i
yards division 1 was the most ex- @llowed to play in that division rounds and it appeared that Rob- H. E, Webster . os
iting event of the day. After a This would mean that the team "inson was about to lose his Crown H, B. Marshall -
fast pace was set by Osbourne for Which wins in the “B” Division faethe second time in a year Capt. J, R, Jordan .
the first 300 yards, there was a Would not necessarily move up to F Poaw Back Major A, S. Warren 96
thrilling finish with Maxwell and Division “A” and the team with But the. Cham ‘ame back| Mr. K. S. Yearwood . 96
Wilson struggling for the first the lowest number of points in But the © ee Cane aa G. Cc. May : 96
position and Barrow not far ision “A” go down to Division strong = the closing eae ee L, W. Hassell 96
behind Maxwell’s time of 2 , started to ee In the Z —
mins. ‘12% “secs. was only one- decision for two divisions Olson was hanging on at the o The next practice will be on}



* Tey » fi i 2 he

tenth of a second short of the Was reached because there will Early in the —_ a io
record which was set. up by be more teams entering this year ‘ j een See ee thes te as
Hamlet in 1987. than last year. Some of the old his shots missec eir targe



Wednesday March 19th 1952 at |
fp.m, when Mr. Martin will be







ee ‘cay ie ONE of the youngest skating stars to be seen at St, Moritz is Yvonne <6 far that fans were shouting, It | "8° omer. be
What greatly attracted the at-, ee ay — ao oa se Sugden, She is seen here as she practices on the famous Suvretta ice am sipiotin that his long layoft The es AN ae ae
tention of the Spectators was the : sinteb ‘registered. for an. “A” rink, for the forthcoming Olympic Games.—BXPRESS. had affected the timing of Robin- | °° ee ay aoutihed during the e ‘
long jump event in division 5. oP Ay jae tr eg heen ATI son who is considered to be the| those s w gn Shs Sar aie. te Will
Even among these youngsters a oa Bow Hes ——- ———-———_ finest fighter — pound for pound| month of Mz
out of rivalry was exhibited, “PP! —of any man in the world. shoot
and little Harrison, a sturdy chap Speaking against the system



4 : Robinson said “my timing was
of not more than 3 ft. tall, is to of ‘relegation in present day i h nh es In off ama-aometinios 2 ouuld feel a
be complimented on his jump of water polo here, Major A. R. an breeze from my own miss¢s. But
7ft. 8 ins,, although by no means Foster, the President of the I'll be better for the Graziano
among the best in this division.

Association, said that very often fight. | was connecting in pretty
The senior visitors’ race was good fashion toward the end of

‘eart Trouble HARRINGTON SQUARES



won by Miss H. Inniss of Queen's * team goes down through bad

luck—sick members for some

Handicap Times

Caused |



y the fight.” The Ideal NAPPY f. ies— ‘

College ine the junior by Miss matches, players getting off late Robinson had _ nothing But Biood Pressure or babies—per doz. ............ $11.00

Joyce Mayers of St. Michael’s from work and the like. As praise for Olson. He said: “that ound the heart, BABY NIGHTIES—each

i Gin cee’ > a the season was short, a team ’ E TT kid really belongs among the top iC you have pains i Le ac f IN ise ecdess hha tap dntbe ta cane seein 2.00
¢ s' Race wi ae A A middleweights of the world. I w an aie k of head and above eyes,

run on Wednesday next when the ania Gee ak ion a rg FOR Ff fT] TH R G : fight ae if. has Gants anether|
Sports will be concluded and the Guit to prevent themselves from for from poor sleep, loss. of inemory

presentation of prizes made.

The results are as follows:—

SENIOR RELAY — 492 secs--Set C;
Set B: Set A

JUNIOR RELAY 541 sec Set B;
Set F; Set D.

106 YARDS—3 — 121/10 secs—Morris
(D); Henny (); Mottley, E. D., (D)

LONG JUMP—4 13 ft. B ins..-Pol
Jard (B); Reid (A); Burke (B)

LONG JUMP 5 — It ft Harris (A);
Ellis (C); Forde (A),
220 YARDS---2—26 sees Rowe (CC)
Roachford (B); Brewster (A)
220 YARDS-——1 24) secs. — Osbourne

(B); Lewis (C); Brereton (F)
220 YARDS—3 274 secs.—Morris (D),
Henry (EF); Batson (D),

DISCUS—2 A7 ft. 4 ins. Rec.-—Ken-
nedy (F); Skeete (A); Wood (C)
HIGH JUMP—1 5 ins.—Brathwaite

securing the least points.

He suggested that a Committee
should decide which teams should
be in the two divisions.

Report Adopted

The Secretary Mr. T, L. Year-
wood’s report for last year was
adopted, In his report, he stated
that 1951 will be remembered in
Water Polo as the first year the
ladies played and successfully
concluded a local competition.

He said that a highlight of last
year Was the Association’s tour

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)



system, They prefer the old

Bay this afternoon.
fit by these

The Hanc ic

few helms:

_ MANY changes have been made in the
Handicap times for the Fifth R.B.Y.C,
Regatta which will be sailed in Carlisle
Some boats will bene-
changes while others are
placed in a\ even worse position.
cap system was changed this
season. Th times are now fixed by Mr.
Trevor Bowring and Mr. A. T. Skeete. A
len are criticising the new

Reen is in a beautiful position,
She receives

match—but I won’t fight him for
one dollar like I did tonight”.
—U.P



Sports Round-Up





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DISCUS—1 100 feet—Crichlow (A); sb th oe first times published, Resolute gave regrettable since she has not us lee 1 ae :

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LONG JUMP—2 16 ft. 7% ins.—-Cal-
lendar (A); Kennedy (F); Boyce (F).
LONG JUMP—1 18 ft. 6 ins.—Lewis
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7 0 464 ft, S$.

{B); Holder «Py eid (A). see h
VISITORS’ {RACE (Juniors)—Joyce

Mayers (St, Michael's Girls’ School)
(Record)

VISITORS’ RACE (Seniors) H
Inniss (Q.C.); L. Lewis «(S.M )

880 YARDS—2 2 iin. 27. secs.-Sealy
(C); Rowe (Ci; Kennedy (F). Record.
880 YARDS--1 2 min, 12% sees.—Max
well (C); Wilson iC); Barrow (B)

CRICKET MATCH AT
HIGHLAND TOMORROW

A cricket match between the
Commonwealth Cricket Club and
Highland Cricket Club. will be
gered to-morrow at Highland,

t. Thomas, and will continue on
March 23.

The teams are as follows ;—

tested by five teams and although
Starfish won both the League and
the Knock-out Cup, it was not by
any means a walk-over,

With two new teams, Harrison
College and Whipporays, the
Men's League was bigger than
ever this year, eight teams in all.
That necessitated playing two
evenings, Tuesdays and Thurs-
days, a week, The League Cup
was won by Harrison College
whose keenness gave a great boost
to the games,

Snappers were to be congratu-
lated for winning the Knockout
Cup for the fourth successive
year Swordfish also played well
throughout the season and were
just unlucky not to have won
one of the the Cups.

The Treasurer’s Report was
also adopted and officers for the
ensuing year elected—-Major Fos-

Fantasy nine minutes while she
received two from Mischief and
three from Gipsy. In my opinion,
by now starting Resolute eight
minutes ahead of Mischief and
nine minutes ahead of Gipsy is
going from one extreme to the

other,

Unfortunately for Resolute, in
the first four regattas she did not
receive enough time from scratch
boat Gipsy and now, she has too
much time. Her skipper should
have no trouble in winning every

race,

Formerly Hi Ho, Wizard and
Ranger started with Fantasy. Tha‘
was enough to discourage the
skippers of the first three boats
mentioned, Of the four, Fantasy
has been scratched She gives a
minute to Hi Ho, two to Range:
and three to Wizard.

Flirt, Moyra Blair, Raseal and

ood position,

iust be borne



really had a good race with Imp
ind Sinbad because of accidents
which occurred either to one boat
or the other,
However Imp and Sinbad will
ynly be receiving a minute from
\furricane while Rainbird gets two
nd not three as in the first four
aces, Olive Blossom is in a very
receiving six min-
‘ites from Hurricane and a min-
ite from Van Thorndyke.

With all these changes, the re-
sults of the next three regattas
should be very interesting and it
in mind that no
inatter how good the handicappers
re they are always criticised,
sometimes during the season but
more often at the end.

WEATHER REPORT



training camp. Instead he did all |
his training at home. One of the}

main reasons, he told me, in|
between sparring bouts at Jack}
Solomons’ gym, is that he prefers |
his wife’s cooking to that of any}

hotel. Staying at home did not!
affect his schedule. He did his|



morning road work in the park |
opposite his London home, and in|

the afternoon his work-outs and
sparring at Solonons’ gymnasiun
just off Piccadilly Circus. ‘Tommy
is not worried at fighting in Den-
mark. He boxed there as an
amateur, and found the Danish

crowds one of the most sporting|

he has encountered.

RACING



Britain’s young hurdlers are}

the best for years. That was the

view expressed by more than one}
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Commonwealth: J, Graham, J. ter being re-elected President. Okapi are starting a minute afte: YESTERDAY ee Oe a s te eee ADMISSION

Lorde, J. Tudor, Mr. E. W. Bar- The excessive cost for the up- Fantasy and Resolute, With a Rainfall from Codrington: races for the trophy ever seen. |

row, E, Bereton, E. Elcock, C. keep of gear was discussed.and strong wind blowing it should not ¢

Clarke, C. Gaskin, Cc; Perkins,
St. C. Blackman and C. Sandi-
ford. D. Agard will be twelfth
man,

Highland: G. Alleyne, E. ee
T, Hings, G. Clarke, V. Gill, S.
Maughan, T. Medford, B. tare
nard, A. Taitt, W. Watson, and
A. Yearwood. E. Watson will be
twelfth man



it was decided to appoint a Gear
Committee to look after the gear.

There was a unanimous agree-
ment that any future Water Polo
Tour should not take place in the
middle of the season,

Another subject which came up
for discussion was the proposed
Swimming Team for Venezuela
thiss year and the ways and
means of getting funds to finance

be ‘difficult for Okapi to gain a
lead,

Now that the times are changed
the opportunity should have been
taken to start Gipsy and Mischief
together, It is a difficult task for
Gipsy to give Mischief a minute
and beat her. 5

They are very few changes in
the C Class. Folly, which formerly
received a minute from Miss Be-

nil

Total rainfall for month to
date: .51 inch

Highest Temperature:
86.5°F.

Lowest Temperature:
68.0°F.

Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.980
(3 p.m.) 29.920

Not only the winner, Sir Ken,
but also Noholme and Approval,
second and third respectively, are |
regarded as great prospects. Sir
Ken’s victory was a triumph for!

trainer Willie Stephenson, whose |
achievement of training a Derby |

winner, Artic Prince, last year, |

and a Champion Cup winner with- |

in a few months, is a record.



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_ ESTABLISHED 1895



W. Indies Trade Union

Officials: To

In Barbados

‘Twenty West Indian trade union officials will assem-
ble in Barbados this month for a school on trade unionism.

The school will open on the 24th March.

_ Sponsors are the Development and Welfare Orzani-
zation. A Development and Welfare grant of £5,000 has
been approved to meet expenses. Dean of the course will
be Mr. F. C. Catchpole, O.B,E., Labour Adviser to the
Comptroller.

The course will follow the gen-

eral lines of the successful course
held in 1948 under the direction





of Mr, C. W. Burrows, C.B.E., then FOR TRADE
Labour Adviser to the Comp- UNION COURSE
roller.

Lecturer on trade union (From Our Own Correspondent

GRENADA, March 14.

The Two Grenadians se-
lected to attend the Barba-
dos trade union course are
Norris James of the Manual
and Mental Workers’ Union
and Dorset Patterson of
the Grenada Workers Union.

It is also officially dis-
closed that one each is being
sent from the St. Vincent,
St. Lucia and Dominica
Governments.

Kidney Will
Represent
Barbados

THE Board of Management of
the Barbados Cricket Association
yesterday evening appointed Mr.
J. M. Kidney to act as one of
Barbados’ representatives at the
forthcoming meeting of the West
Indies Cricket Board of Control in
place of Mr. E, L. G. Hoad who
has found it impossible to attend
the meeting. The other representa-
tive is Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte.

Before the appointment was
made, Mr, E. A. V. Williams raised
the question of representatives
bringing back reports of the
meeting to the local body, and
intimated that he would not vote
for anyone who thought that the

subjects
will be Mr. J. D. M. Bell, MA.
research worker and lecturer in
industrial relations at Glasgow
University. The son of a Durham
coal-miner, Mr, Bell is an Oxford
graduate. He also runs evening
courses for trade union studies in
Glasgow, and has written several
monographs on trade unionism.
He arrived by air yesterday
evening.

T.U.C. Donation And
Goodwill Message

The Trades Union Congress of
Great Britain has sent the follow-
ing message:

“The T.U.C. welcome the hold-
ing of a three-months trade union
school at Barbados. As a token of
practical interest, the General
Council have made a donation of
£50 to cover a number of small
bursaries towards out-of-pocket
expenses. The appointment as
lecturer on trade unionism of Mr.
Bell, who has a long experience
in the service of the Workers’
Educational Association, has beer
reported to the General Council,
and they wish him and the school
maximum success.”

This message and the T.U.C’s
generous gift have been grateful-
ly acknowledged.



Wide Scope of Training

The course has been planned to
cover a wide range of subjects. In
addition to lectures on trade union
history and organization, labour
legislation, labour relations and a : .
machinery for nagetienen between {mission was a “‘tea-party.’ ‘
the two sides of industry, there} During a lengthy discussion
will also be talks on the social/which ensued, it was observed
h of the West Indies and on'!that one of the Barbados repre-
such pebfeuts of lodéal and general sentatives had received a notice
importance as economics, 4) \-
ture, housing, fishegies and social
Ss ces,

Heads of departments in the
Barbados government and Advis-
ers to the Comptroller for Devel-
opment and Welfare will lecture
on their special subjects. The Report Altered
Labour Commissioner and Chief} Mr. Williams said he had been
Factories Inspector to the govern-| reliably informed that the Report
ment of Trinidad and Tobago will] which had been prepared by Mr. |
give three talks each, It is hoped] J. M, Kidney on the 1950 tour to |
also to obtain lecturers from the} England hag been altered in some
University College of the West In-|respects by a senior member of
dies and the Imperial College of|the West indies Cricket Board,
Se eet vividness to|@24 asked whether that was true.
the instruction, a number of mock Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte who
tribunals, arbitrations, and discus-|@cted as Chairman of the meeting
sions between workers and em-|in the absence of Sir Allan Col-
ployers will be staged. lymore, said that no one was in a

position to say whether the re-
Housed At Y.M.C.A. port had been altered or not, but
From the Development and Wel-

Mr. Kidney said that he would see
fare grant students will receive|/t, it that his report appeared as
free passages from and to

he had originally written it.
home territories, the cost of ac- +
commodation in’ Barbados, and al,, After being pressed by Mr. Wil

liams, Mr. Kidney gave an assur-
ee ae el stay at the [ance that he would co-operate
YM C.A.. where the course is to| With the other representative and
be held. |» make a full report on the matters

which were set down on the Agen-
da for the meeting of the
Gasolene Retailers
Resume Sales

W.I.C.B.C.
(From Our Own Correspondent)

Mr. Kidney said that as he saw
it, representatives were appointed

KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14.

Jamaica gasolene retailers re-

as members ~f the control Board,
but they should report fully on all
matters discussed by the Board, so
long as those matters were set

sumed sales to the public

afternoon as the three-day strike

against what they termed the

small increase in their profit mar-

down on the ee¢enda.
gin ended. Instructions to call off

John Goddard
the strike issued by the Gas Men | Expected Tuesday

taken by the Government with The Advocate was reliably in-
the full support of Bustamante not } formed yesterday that John God-
to reconsider their decision to in- |dard, Captain of the West Indies
crease the price by one cent per |Cricket Team to Australia, will
gallon. arrive in Barbados on Tuesday
Government, however, aré|next week by plane from Trini-
speeding up consideretion of legis- | dad.
lation to control the erection of No information has yet been
service stations to restrict the |received as to when Denis Atkin-
trade. son will arrive.

to attend the meeting, on the
agenda for which was set down
“To consider the Annual Report,”
but no copy of the report which
was to be considered had been
received.







——



HEADER

°

lits ability

Meet

| “Empress Of
— Scotland”
‘Calls On Tour

|
| THE CPR
“Empress of

tourist
Scatland”

liner
on

which Queen Elizabeth andj}

her husband the
Edinburgh - sailed

Duke of
back to

England from their Canadian!

tour last November, paid her
second visit this year to Bar

bados yesterday bringing 410]

American and Canadian pas-
sengers. She was here on|
February 7.

Already this winter the 26,000-
ton “phantom white Empress” has
made four cruises—three from
New York and one from England.
The itinerary this cruise is iden-
tical with the last cruise. She
started off from New York on
March 9 and passed through St.
Thomas before calling here, She
left port at about 1 a.m. today for
La Guaira, Curacao, Cristobal and
Havana and New York again. The
cruise will last 16 days.

Captain Duggan who brought
her here on the last cruise said
that they met very fine weather
throughout this cruise and the
passengers are enjoying every bit
of it. ‘Everybody i¢ fascinated
with Barbados and talks about
— = seabathing”, he said.
uckily for them, the Empress of
Scotland stayed longer in port
than any other of the tourist ships
calling here this season.

The passengers met a sunny day
and they were dressed appropri-
ately. They never seemed tired
taking snap shots of “things of
interest” about the City and the
waterfront.

The Empress of Scotland is
now the fastest tourist liner run-
ning between Canada and Eng-
land. She cruises at about 20 knots,
During the summer she is used in
the Liverpool-Montreal passenger
service, This winter she is on a
dollar earning, programme.

Pinay Will
Honour
Commitments

PARIS, March 14,

Premier Antoine Pinay pledged
General Eisenhower that his gov-
ernment will fulfil to the limit of
France’s commitments
to Western Defence. Eisenhower
conferred with 50 officials and!
Defence Ministers Rene Pleven at
the Premier’s official residence in
Hotel Matignon. Pleven joined |
the conference which had been \
Sapnay planned as a courtesy |
call,

The primary intention was a
visit of courtesy on the new



highly delighted to find out that
the new French Government will}
follow to the limit of its ability}
the policy of pursuing peace and!



{strength through collective security

by the nations of the West.”

Pinay already had won the ap-

proval of the National Assembly
to begin his programme to stave
off National bankruptcy.
; The Assembly last night adopted
{301 to 101 these two measures pro-
posed by Pinay as the first step
back toward solvency:

l.g A request to the Bank of
France for a loan of $25,000,000
in gold to reduce the Nation’s debt
t8 the European Payments Union,
The loan will be repaid with
Allied gold recovered from Ger-
many,

2. Postponement from March
20 to May 15 of the repayment of
the $71,425,000 loan received from
the National Treasury.

This will permit the govern-
ment to use any funds on hand to
pay administrative eer



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}



Arrives In Barbados

: Stock Farm |
Planned For |
B. Honduras

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, March 14.

There is still hope that a British
Honduras stock farm may
developed to produce meat for
local consumption and eventually
for export to other British West
Indian colonies.

But the scheme will be under-
taken by private enterprise and

not the Colonial Development
Corporation.
Cgnsidering development . ot

livestock for local consumption are
the old established Belize Estate

and Produce Company
who already . the lar
private -en farm in
colony.

Many years ago before motor;
transpoft was widely used in the
colony, they provided horses for
the Belize Police Force.

On their farm to-day they have
about 1,300 head of livestock
mainly to supply their workmen
engaged on timber operations.

The dairy herd has been im-
proved by importation of Angus
and Aberdeen bulls from Jamaica.

The company recently came to! be in Barbados from March 14th
the British —26th inclusive.

Government for the |
sale of livestock on the hoof and | visit

an agreement with
Honduras

not as previously at deadweight., March) a Conference of the Social
prices are suitable and con-| Welfare Officers in all the British

If

sumption justifies expansion the
company wil! increase their herd
still further.

Another Project

They are also working on
another project. Recently arrived
in the colony from London is

| Premier, “Eisenhower told news-|Mr. C. Troughton who has been
;men after the meeting.” But I was

assigned the task of establishing a
piggery to provide further fresh
meat for the timber.

It this enterprise looks like
proving satisfactory the company
will seek to set up a_ pickling
factory to provide pork for local
consumption in the colony and
possibly later for éxport.

The farm they operate is in the
Banana Bank region, one of the
richest in the colony. Much of
its open land and the remainder
has been cleared over the years
to provide suitable grazing
pastures

The farm has been operated at
a loss but only because Little out-
side business was done; the
primary. object being to feed
employees of the company.

It is learned here that D.C.D.
stock and equipment is likely to
be bought by the local govern-

ment, But if it is offered for
sale by auction bids may be
made by the Belize Estate and

Produce Company.

Budget Attacked

By Miners’ Union
LONDON, March 14.

The National Union of Mine



SATURDAY, MARCH 15,
FROM “EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND”



forces and armaments, including Communist guns raked United
a effective international control of| Nations lines in the heaviest ar-
ALL THROUGH the day, lammch loads of tourists from the “Empress of Scotland” were landing at itomic energy and the elimina-| tillery poutiding of the year
the Baggage Warehouse steps, ae tion of all major weapons adapta-| Thursday and hurled a battalion
, [ 1 S p S A} tat hould tiate}| &a States and Turkish forces on
S S rn P re - states SHOUL negotiate the Eastern Front.
t B e ta te mong shemapives, with the: Com- The attack was beaten off
” . nea “aaa cea eukaan het bloodily in one of the bigger ac-
é ec ees anc arma ents oO



1952





Ee

US. Proposes

Disarmament

Plan To U.N.

UNITED NATIONS, March 14.
The United States to-day proposed to the United Na-
tions a plan for disarmament which would start with a
worldwide census of arms and a “foolproof” system of
checking data supplied by each Opening the work
of the newly created Disarmament Commission, Benja-




min V. Cohen, United States representative, proposed a
five point plan of the work ef the Commission.
rhe commission should
examine plans for “progressive U N T: k
and continuing” disclosure of all se © a e
irmed forees and armaments and i s r
t should set up a system of inter- y W t
ational inspection to check ear Ss ors

the accuracy of data

supplied

It should study metheds of cal-|
culating and fixing overall limits
and restrictions on all armed

Pounding

SEOUL, Korea, March 14.

ble to mass destruction assault at the hard fighting Unit-

tions of the “private” war being

certain levels waged against the United Nations

There should be established

t t i trol + by the rebuilt North Korean
international contro’ organ wee st arr BKastern
work out necessary safeguards in eaters te os

- : . 7 disarrnament programme eo m . er
' ON a tour of the West Indies to get first-hand experi- Prog ‘ coe nes eee. aeoeeTre:
; : . 4 1 : . ; w| Eighth «4 a > -
€nce*of conditions in the Caribbean area, Mr. C, G. East-}] The ¢ eccmionies, sul’ raw) oe oie A. Wee Weak, tae
wood, C.M.G., Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Colo- |Â¥P & Umetable of disarmamen have more artillery in Korea
nial Office, arrived in Barbados on Thursday night on a Cohen introducing these pro-|than the United Nations can
short visit. He is a guest at Government House posals said. “The nations’ fears | ™uster, slammed 3,155 rounds

— ~- - Mr. Eastwood who is: in charge have multiplied their arms and | '"'° =e eee

4as , 5 D p - t « . ors ‘ -
of some of the economic activities the nations’ arms have multi United States soldiers burrow

CHILD FOUND

plied their fears.

in the Colonial Office. eq deep in bunkers and holes in

ror y i. “
production their sector of the Eastern Front

and marketing, and of the admin-

IN BRAMBLES istration of Research, held a Press|. People of the world look to] while being hit by 1,390 rounds
Conference at Government House {this commission to find a way to|of the Reds’ artillery demonstra-
Bleeding from the mouth yesterday morning. He told the |"everse this process and to] tion,

and bawling, a new-born conference that “it is the general |*chieve balance by reduction A full Battalion —- about 700
female child weighing about policy of the Colonial Office that )!Stead of by production of armed | men North Korean troops at-
nine pounds, was found in Colonial Office officials should get |forees and armaments tacked ‘Heartbreak Ridge” sector
prickly brambles about 9.15 to know the colonies as much as People: look.‘ ns ten bitten on held by the 35th United States
a.m. yesterday by Ilene possible,” and he had no special copie: look to us for guida Regiment and the Turkish Bri-

Taylor aback of her resi- away from this wasteful approach

object in coming to Barbados ex- gade but were beaten back.

dance at MoCleane Gap, || cept inthe Interest of his own |{e,,sqntrry, and jowards & on} Mga” o¢ heartbreak jn "Punch
‘ cati 7 ’ _ vl” sector, nite ations
Brittons Hill, ducation atie plan for getting out from! 2°" eer pean ete + oe

The child was taken by
the Police to the General
Hospital where it died about

in opposite a Communist strong-
hold received a 624 round bom-
bardment from camouflaged Red

under fear.

Forty-seve ars Sast-
Forty-seven years old, Mr. East Ours: fe thesefore

wood joined the Colonial Office 25 a_ terrifying









after years ago. He was Private Secre. |*@sponsibility. We must not) jing.
a eee ee ana pene || tary to the High Commissioner o. fall”... vp. |, 4. patrol of the 14th Regiment
Wales were the body and Palestine in 19382 and 1933. He rata in the 25th Division killed ten
face. A renal valise was later served in the Cabinet Office ite Communist soldiers and wounded
found a few yards away in London for a year or two, after i at least 20 in a “heavy engage-
The ce were carrying which hé returned to the Colonial Scouts Pleased ment” fought near the northern-
out gations, Office, most crest of Heartbreak Ridge.

Forty-fifth Division forces retook
j a hill they lost on the northwest
of Yonchon on the Western Front.
Southeast of Pyongyang on the
Central Front tanks of the 72nd



Visit Last May

Mr. Eastwood visited Barbados
last May with Mr. Bottomley. On

With J’ca

(From Our Own Correspondent)

KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14.

Activities Of












. this present tour, he has already ; L " As ; : ;

2 eae aoa Major J. E, GriMith, Island] battalion made a brief foray into ;

Social Welfare en awe ty =~ ee aes Scout Commissioner Barbados,| Chinese lines, |
° January 23rd and he ee visited |@"4 20 scouts now attending the} In the air United Nations’
Adviser Jamaica, ‘Trinidad and British |C&fPbean Jamboree in Jamaica) fighter-bombers continued round

are pleased with Jamaica and
the reception given the contingent
they told the Press today.

the clock attacks on Red commu-
nication lines Thursday, un-
challenged by Communist fight-

Guiana. He continues his
with a visit to St, Vincent.

tour
Mr, Wilfred Chino, C.M.G., will







Mr. Eastwood was very much _ Major Griffith said that the] ers.— U.P,
During the first week of his ComeEanG, wats the negotiations ete one sorgeate
i o ne ‘omm y r|very favourab with e =
se Sees LVR to 8808 Agreement with the ‘Ministry et ing of Age” Jamboree at Arrowt LIMIT ON BANK
Food. Park, England, in 1
Caribbean territories is being held Asked what the attitude of the King’s Scout Geoffrey Rudder DEPOSITS RAISED
at Hastings House. These meetings | Colonial Office was to Social andj was selected to attend Radio

Economic Development in the

Jamaica on Monday, took part in At meeting of the Directors
West Indies, the Assistant Under-

are not open to the general public 1 .
pe & ey a double or nothing programme of | of the Barbados Government Sav-

as the agenda hag been organised

for d f rofessional | Secretary of State replied non-| questions and answers and was| ings Bank held on Wednesday the
ele ee " sr commitally that social develop-|winner of the maximum prizes | 12th March, 1952, it was agreed to
From March 24th—26th how-|™ent “depends greatly on the|having answered all questions | increase the limit on deposits from

ever, Mr, Chinn will be surveying} ®mount of money available to be
various aspects of the social ser- Pent on such services, - a:
vices in Barbados itself. During pressed the hope that with a better
this period::— price now being paid for sugar,

sufficient money would be found

Tuesday, March 25th at 8.15 p.m. | to meet the most urgent needs of

in the Y.M.C.A, Hall, (by kind| the respective colonies. It was a
permission of the Directors),

The Jamboree which began on |

$1,440.00 to $2,400.00 with effect
March 5 concludes on March 17. |

as from the 15th of March.





matter for the colonies to decide
how much they could afford to
spend, and in what particular field
of social service that money would
be spent, he said.

Under the Chairmanship of the
Hon, the Col. Secretary an Open
meeting will be held,

No Comment

Mr, Eastwood declined to make
any comment as to the attitude of
tation:— his Department on the question of

1. Members of the Committees | Political development, and sug-
of the Voluntary Organisations | gested that that was a matter
working in the Social Welfare| Which could be taken up with
Field. | Lord Munster when he visits Bar-

2. Members of the Vestries | >ados later in the year,
(particularly members of Poor
Law Boards, Chairman of Vestry | the o tunity t t » of

. : ine p rtunity to meet some oO

Playing Field Committees and) the lending politicians and offi-
Vestry officials.) . cials, and today, he will go on a
3. Members of Old Age Pen-) tour of the country and visit some

sions Committees, of the estates, He leaves Barbados
4. Members of the General | on Monday.

public who are interested.
Deadlock In
St. Lucia Continues

It is hoped that representatives
of the following organisations will
attend, and in the absence of any
other, will regard this as an invi-

Yesterday Mr, Eastwood took





Decision Reserved

Until Twesday |

(From Our Own Correspondent
(From Our Own Correspondent) ST. LUCIA, March 14
KINGSTON, J’ca., March 14, The deadlock continues in thr

The Court reserved judgment as| strike situation with rival union

Workers, Britain’s largest ang one|the trial of the Hon. Joseph Mal-| competing claims for eight and |
of her most influential unions, at-;¢0lm, Minister of Education and | four pence instead of the five and
tacked the Churchill Government | his wife, Ellen Malcolm, ended in| a penny basic wage according to





Budget bitterly « and announced | Spanish Town today after several | an agreement concluded
they would anak wage in~ | days’ hearing of evidence on| month ;
creases charges of conspiracy to defraud} H.M.S. Sparrow irrived

The Churchill Government has, farm workers seeking “call cards” | aftert oon, Governor Arunde
maintained an uneasy truce with; for U.S. recruitment. already here and Windward
the trade union since election but Malcolm did not personally give |, Labour Adviser Norman Pears«
this mine unjon’s action spot-, evidence but lawyers ,who in-| arrived Thursday Apart’ fre
lighted the danger that lurked, cluded ex-Minister of Social Wel-! cane fires there has been no v (
ever since the Conservative vic-|fare, Frank Pixley, called other | lence. } /
tory — that the unions would | witnesses. | The Governor is due to lea Mi ad )
use industrial strikes to fight The Judge said he would hand | for London, Saturday for talks ° ore an more te
back .—U.P. down his decision om Tuesday ithe reconstruction of Castrie

Germans Train Egypt’s Ar

CAIRO, March i4
A handful of German Ariny
officers including at least cne
General are advising the Egyptian

people are saying —
amy

be I

as technical advisors in a nur I

of departments of the army
The sources said there
intention to recruit German fore

r army < artment i

includir

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Army on training and various jas a prelude t a 5 ble ne ie
staff organizational duties accord- jround of the I itt re tween the W
J ,ing to authoritative source the intention of been litt ar
; ‘ | The General, an expert njthem agair ) ' ing either techr
2 a, ie ae armoured warfare, has been the only Gerr puis t fron

, : id coed nt See on signed to the newly appointed; gaged aré t we stern |
~ ei een ateeirtnies acne eee t nee mess an Ae ete ETN es 8 armoured its of the Egyptian | consist of actin; |
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PAGE TWO





Carub Calling

IS HONOUR W. F
Administrator of St. Vincent
who was holidaying here for the
pask week staying at Sea View
Guest House teft yesterday morn-

COUTTS

ing on the S.S. Golfito for Eng-
land where he will spend six
months, He was accompanied by
his wife and two children
Intransit
NTRANSIT on the SS. Golfite
from Trinidad yesterday
morning were Mr, and Mrs. Percy
de Nobriga who are now on their
way to England to «spend four

months during which time they

will tour the Continent, They
were accompanied by their two
children,

Mr, de Nobriga will afterwards
leave for Nairobi where he is

Assistant Secretary to the Kenya
Government. Mrs. de Nobriga will
remain in England until October
to settle their daughter Jean at
a boarding school. Their little son
will be returning to Nairobi with
her,

Hospital Matron
ISS J. McKAY ROSS, Matron
of the Maternity Hospital,
returned to Scotland yesterday
morning by the S.S. Golfite after
spending about three years in
Barbados,
On Holiday

RIGADIER ARMAND A.

SMITH, M.C, and Mrs. Smith
of Winona, Ontario are at present
in Barbados spending a holiday.
They are staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Brigadier Smith who saw ser-
vice in World Wars I and JI is
the son of the late Senator E. D.
Smith of Winona while his wife is
the daughter of the late Senator
Gibson of Beamsville, Ontario.

Canadians Like Barbados
T. COL. J. G, GIBSON, Indian.
Army Retired and Mrs. Gib-
son from Canada arrived here
on Wednesday by B.W.1A. from
Trinidad with the intention of

spending one week. Phey told B.W.

Carib yesterday that they like it
here so much that they are going
to stay on for another five weeks.

They came down from Canada
late November and were staying
at the Arnsvale Beach Hotel in

Tobago from its opening date De- Pr

I, uptil they came over

to Barbados.
Lt. Col and Mrs,
staying at the Hastings Hotel.

For Officers Course
APT. W. R. H. ARMSTRONG,
Su; intendent of Police,
left the island yesterday morning
by the S.S. Golfite for England
where he will attend a Senior Po-
lice Officers’ Course which begins
ter in the month at agg
ore, near Coventry, ar-

wickshire. .

The Course which is expected to
last for about three months is a
similar one to which Major R, A.

and Capt, W. A. Farmer

Arrangements are being made
for Capt. Armstrong to be at-
tached for a _ week or two to the
Nottingham Police and to a dis-
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M® NORMAN | MAYLE,
C.M.G who i n Assistant
Secretary in tte -Cotonial Office is
now in Barbados staying as a
guest of Sir George and Lady Seel

at “Bemersyde”. Christ
He arrived on Thugsday night by
BW.LA. from E 1 Guiana

Mr. Mayle who is-on a tour of
the Caribbean avea, is head of
West Indian Department B which
includes among other things liai-
son with the Development and
Welfare Organisation ds well as
the Caribbean Commission and
responsibility for all West Indian
regional questions

He has already visited Bermuda
the Bahamas, Jamaica, British
Honduras, Trinidad and British
Guiana, He eaves here on March
16 for Trinidad and will also re-
turn to Jamaica on his way back
to England.

To Open Theatre

R. MAURICE JONES, Man-
ager of the Globe Theatre
and the China Doll Restaurant,
left yesterday by B.W.1A, for
British Guiana to open another of
his company’s theatres to be called
“The Globe” in Georgetown.
It is likely that Mr, Jones might
be seconded to this new theatre in
Georgetown.

To Join Her Husband

M*. OUDKERK, wife of Lt.

“Billi” Qudkerk, Plant
Manager of Canada Dry Ltd., ar-
rived on Thursday night by
B.W.1.A. from British Guiana ac-
companied by her two daughters,
She has now come to join her
husband who came out here earlier
in the year to take up his new
duties,

Church.

For Weifare Talks
members of the British
Guiana delegation for the
Social Welfare Conference of the
British Caribbean area which
opens at Hasti House on Mon-
day oe on Thursday night by
There are Mr. Pelham Warner,
Assistant Social Welfare Officer
who Was accompanied by his wife,
Mr, D. E. MeDavid, C Proba-
tion Officer and Mr. Ralph Scar-
gall, Welfare Officer, B.G. Sugar
‘educers’ Association
. Bay are
staying at the Hastings Hotel while
Mr. McDavid is at Abbeville Guest
House.
Mr. Ivor Smith, the other B.G.

d who is Senior District
Comtlepicnne te is already
in Barbados on a

Dancers On Tour

Gani with the Empress of
Scotland as

tainers are Mr. and Mrs, Terry
Templer who are professional
dancers of New Jersey, U.S.A, Mr,
and Mrs, Tem specialise in ex-
hibition ballroom dancing through
which they have been making
their living for almost all their
lives, oar ee shows over W.O.R,
—_ and Television Station.

. Templer said that

were enjoying the cruise immense-
ly and were getting and ap.
preciative audiences ard the
Empress of Scotland, She likes

dancing enter- *

Travel Agent

M*: AND MRS. CHARLES w.
HEMING of Hamiiton On-
tario, returned to Canada yester-
day evening by T. C. A. after
spending six weeks’ holiday. They
were staying at the Hotel Royal

Mr. Heming who is President of
Heming Bros, Travel Agents of
Hamilton said that of the 600
miles of highways in Barbados he
thinks that he has covered 589.
His wife and he thoroughly en-
joyed their stay and hope to re-
turn next year.

He also said that in October
in Miami, Florida the American
Society of Travel Agents gvihich in-
cludes Canada is going to have a
convention and he will try to
persuade as many of the delegates
to take a trip to Barbados. The

, Committee are making
arrangements to entertain as many
as 50 of the delegates as their
guests.

M®. A. L. BARNARD of St.

cla who has been holiday-

ing here for the past two weeks,
to return

expects home sometime
in April. She is staying at the
Crane Hotel,

> o e

Ginger’s Million

EVEN America’s lush tele-
vision world, where money flows
as 30 years ago it flowed
in Hollywood, is rocked by news
that Ginger Rogers—41 next July
—has signed one of the fattest of
all contracts exclusive services for
five years at a flat million dol-
lars,

Explained William Dozier, top
man of Columbia Broadcasting
System: “The thought behind it
is that Miss Rogers with her ver-
satility will bring some variation
into TV shows,

Miss Rogers, with more than 60
films behind her, has not yet
made her television debut.

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

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a number of ladies how to make
pineapple aud bread cakes with |
margarine at Messrs K. R. Hunte’s
office, Lower Broad Street yester-

sea life too because she steered § day.

one of the little launches with

There was also a cake sale at

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which will go to charity.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

MR. MACE (John Dolphin, extteme right), entertains his guests before proceeding to denounce one

of them as his wife’s murderer, A scene from the Lodge School production of “The Sentence of Death.”

The Sentence Of Death

The Lodge School Dramatic
Club, under the aegis of Mr.
Timpson, its producer and direct-
tor, has just celebrated the anni-
versary of its rebirth with its play

’ Fone ee are ey mgs ae

The Robin Took a Long Trip

—He Was Following a Very Large Worm—
By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid, the Shadows
with the turned-about names, were
sitting on the garden wall, watch-
ing a robin in the oak tree combing
his feathers with his bill when along
came another robin and alighted on
the branch right next to him,

“I wonder if they know each |
other?” Hanid whispered to Knartf. |
“I’m sure they do” said Knarf.

“Ail robins know each other.”

At that moment the two robins
began talking. Fortunately Knarf
and Hanid understood bird-lan
guage (they had learned it from a
parrot who could also talk Eng
lish), so they had no trouble under
standing what the two robins wére
talking about.

Second Robin

“Good-morning, Alewander,” said
the second robin to the first. “J
haven’t seen you for several days
Where have you been?”

“Good-morning, Clarice,” replied |
Alexander. “You haven't seen me
for several days hecause 1 was away |
on a trip.”

|
“A trip, Alexander?” said Clarice | “yes, and it puffed and snorted
ia surp se Where did you go on out gteat streams of smoke. Never
your trip?” vin my whole life did 1 ever see a
‘Well, said Alexander; “it | worm like this one. And the faster I
wasn't exactly a trip. It all started | dew, the faster it went. I chased it
° ren I saw a large worm, 1 decided across the bridge, then I chased it
‘9 follow it and cateh it. 1 was quite | over the meadows, then I chased it
tyngry when | first saw it, It was|over the swamps. It went in ard
rexily an enormous worm. , out among the trees, But it was so
|, Zell me more about it, please, | big and so fat that I was sure that
Clasice begged. a ; | once I caught it, 1 wouldn’t be hun-
— 7 yma of te oe Sky | gry for the rest of the summer,”
wher | first saw it,” Alexander went “sy » :
ou “It was crawling around the Pia did you finally catch it,
‘ ; : - | Alexander?
ey rae ene on = other side of i Alexander shook his head. “Just
w 3 t " t . ‘ x a 5 a . u $s
bit fast for a rig ieee ree as I thought 1 was catching up with
4 could catch it. So | started to fly it at last, whut do you think it did?
across the wos and ‘by and by | Ut suds dived tno its hele, And
yeas t il). But it wasn* S > las’ y of it. S
ica aie ; uttt wasn't ther turned back, and it took me until
“No? Where was it?” this morning to reach this tre
“It was going xeross a bridge to again. And I’m still hungry.”
, It was only later, after Alexande;
“My goodness! I’ve never heard ;#nd Clarice had flown off, that
of a worm going across a bridge!” ppert and dat ees what the
ig worm must have been, “That
robin was chasing a railroad train,
said Knarf.
“Silly old robin,” lanehed Hanid.

for Speech Day—‘The Sentence
of Death” a one—Act thriller by
Gladys St John-Loe.

This year, at last, when it pro-
duced Vernon Sylvane’s ‘‘The





The robins said, “Good morning” to
one another.

worm any robin ever followed. It
made loud snorting and puffing
noises.”

“You don’t say!”

“And sometimes it rang a Vell,”

“Oh!”



Puffing Noises
“This was a very curious worm
Clarice, “( was the most curious

Rupert and the New

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The two pals listen and, sure Peanpence as quickly as it came.
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fizzing noise nor far away which RNG. Bill. Let's get out.
iO, NO, Mot yet,’” says Rupert
tapidly grow: ‘louder. Suddenly eagerly. You said there ‘was

a great spinning ball of fire cushes
out of the mist, foars past them
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Road of Poplars” their star was
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glish boy and a relative new-
comer to the School. As the host
to a company of friends from
whom he wished to discover the
person guilty of running away
with his wife some 14 years be-
fore, Dolphin gave a cool, sophis-
ticated performance, lined with
sufficient emotion to bring the
play to a_ thrilling climax. He
was ably supported by Nicolas
Teller—his victim—and Edward
Hutson, as the complacent and
utterly—satisfied stockbroker.

The chief attribute of both the
club's plays has been the fact that
not only the acting, but also the
production and all that that en-
tails, was done by the boys them-
selves, Last year, for example,
Michael Bayne designed and built
the two side pieces decorated with

the school crest and badge, which

frame the stage; this year he
painted the portrait (left centre
of photo) of the host's dead wife,
which played such an important
part in the plot.

With the help of numerous
friends the School was able to
present an attractive set complete
with full lighting, pleasant furni-
ture, and excellent pictures for
the sum of only $35.00. But the
result could never have been
achieved had not so many boys
given up so much of their own
free time, and thus interpreted
most commendably the spirit of
the School Motto: “They can,
because they think they can.”

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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952

LODGE NEEDS EXPANSION SpE

whose VI Form career I

Headmaster Says =~
In School Report

PRESENTING his report on the activities and achieve-

for the first Term of the present

School Year.
Humfrey, now

to His



Excellency Sir

ments of the past academic year, Mr. W. A. Farm Siar unt tae” hacia

ear, Mr. W. A. er, Head- letter to his Headmaster
master of the Lodge School, said at the Speech Day Function dane that rhe ‘aeons
last Thursday that he thought it fair criticism to say that preferment

the boys of the school, with a few notable ex i
do more and better work.” Bieta

Making this observation after frey i i
refiewing the attainments of the fuceh Cranpie onde ean state
school in all spheres of its activi~ ble for a Barbados Schol 9
ties, the Headmaster said “toO Others too, of our boys partoounsd
many of us are prone to postpon- well:— A. K, Walcott’s Scholar
ing our best endeavours and tO ship Paper in English ‘
delay giving of our best sto Wwe scribed by the Examiner aie
are indeed, to use a co uia- muc i ¢
lism, ‘up against it.” We must while Preteen
change all this, "he counselled. Examiner in Mathematics’ the
“We must see the necessity for Higher Mathemation spake ot F.

planning well ahead and for pre- w >
paring ourselves for the Tests of
‘igh so ;
life, examinations and otherwise, Pure than’ Aneta a eee 7
well in advance, This character- fou; Candidates showed ee

he is an Old Lodge Boy.

We weltome too, F. S. Man-
ping, the 1952 Barbados Scholar
in Sci

who has generously accepted our
invitation to fill .the

appointment,

ning

© Mr. W. A. FARMER senior City Scholarship and

assurance for the future, on the eeded to the University of
exploits of our Old Boys in in- ds where she graduated with

stie of puttin ff is a ai j

in our ey to ay menaal alten high quality; F, W. Cheesman was ternational and in intercolonials an Honours Degree in French,
“The Headmaster appealed to 2, ‘l08e third to Cumberbatcn and spheres of Crizket. We too, b; ie Soanish as a subsidiary
parents. to help in the task of F. S. Manning of Harrison College. determination and grit can do ° sect.

likewise. We close this section congrat-
Setting aside the affection 1 ne Mr. Wilson, who joined

bear for my School and the par- } e staff in January 1951, on his

tiality it may give to my judg~ . ae recently elected a Graduate

ment, I think it fair criticism to ® Pog em of Physics.

wit a 5 ‘ool grows, it ie
A tow ties and attainments et

ringi 'â„¢m History D. S. Arch
bringing home to the boys the he. er was placed
urgent need and value of effort. Gnten >a. ye 7a Ca i-
He said, “We must keep on tell- orp cr re eg . n
ing - Cot etparionce sence, it Tit i. in oats
that what is best does not oblig- Barb: in mind that coy that boys
ingly and conveniently come our Barbados Scholarship Examina- “BY (7at our boys
tor laa tions,are not only qualitative but notable exceptions, can do more

way. What is good has and better xk TD ¢ 2nd time will not allow 7 we
ioe co. é er work. ‘00 y t we
diligently sought after and fought COâ„¢p@titive, and that though 7 oa ; many Oo} weary you, to touch sitivie

for.’ He added, “both by injunc- Cheesman and Walcott reached are prone to postponing our you, ouch singly each

the r best endeavours and to delay Year on — detailed news of Old
iscessary standard, they were giving of our best until we are BOYS — changes in curricutum—
indeed, to use a colloquialism, up te Cadet Corps — the Debating
against it. We must change all Society—Dramatic Art—contacts
this; we must see the necessity we the University College of the
; Yee se “manta for planning well ahead and for West Indies and other Universi-
Mr. Farmer, in delivering his eas preparing ourselves for the Tests ties, etcetera, but we must pause
Report said :— th . eos I_ should mention of life, Examinations and other- awhile to thank our many friends
Hon. Members, and Members of |, a . de W. Barrow was award- wise, ‘well in advance, This 224 well-wishers for gifts of one
the Governing Body, My Lord ane of the valuable exhibi- characteristic of putting is all — or another:—Doctor Harry
Bishop, Parents, Friends and Boys iment rg me Barbados Govern- too plain in our day to day men- ayley for the many expensive
of the School, Ladies and Gentle- "{R" tO the U.C.W.L, tal efforts; I appeal to all parents @Pparatus to our Physics Labora-
men, it is my first most pleasant jt a 7 too, to this School, to help us inf this task of bringing ae Kinch for his gift of
duty on behalf of the School to thirty ntp P& Sted that over home to our boys the urgent need f airs—Mr. E. K. Walcott for
y i a special wel to y per cent. of our boys are and value of effort. e must books for our Library—Mr. Nigel
extend a special welcome our from other col s i Reece for the gift of the S
distinguished guests Sir George and ar onies and countries keep on telling them that exper- Bell & oO! 1e School
CH eae Seal, veho have avacioua= for are not eligible:— this Year, ience teaches that what is best [4 and many other kindnesses
an ds , a r example, only five boys of does not obligingly and conven- —the British Council for the many
ly consented to be our Guests of the twelve who sat were books, Journals and British Peri-

: i ientl me our way:—what is
Honour at this most important A further limiting facthe ae oe goed has to be diligently aqught odicals sent from time to time—

Function in The Life of the School. numbers in our Seni is @ or: bi Mrs. Ulrich Gooding and :
Next, we wish to express to our the constant drain sony eo tena Se" eden os ink cleaties Winter for our New School Flag,
Chairman and to our Governing lish Public Schools where many connectedly and_ logically for and all those who have donate
Body our grateful appreciation of Qf, Our best boys win Public many of us, maybe all of us, is Speech Day Prizes. Nor can we
all they are doing and have done School Entrance and Scholarships, the award of years of hard work Stop to give adequate expression
for the welfare of the School. The thereby keeping up the tradition and of industrious hours of con- to the merits of our School Maga-
time they give freely and gener- Of father and son and the same centration. Both by injunction zine, or to the efforts of our boys
ously, the meticulous care and School, and example it is particularly Who produced it under the able
attention expended on matters of Ordinary Level vital to bring home to our chil- as of its Chairman Mr,
one kind or another are not given ,,At this level twenty-one Can- dren the supreme value of earnest subject of Bah oe ee as the
for the benefit of the children of “dates sat, and twenty were suc- endeavour. we Make bold to suggest thi fall
this Island alone, but to all who C¢Ssful obtaining among them a ib here t to-d cial
aaa aad total of one hundred be The School Library present to-day, especially
come from the other territories of fi : un and twenty Old Boys, obtain a copy of this
the Caribbean area, from Vene- ve credits or better, that is, It was in the early part of the complete ‘Record of the School’s
zuela, from the American seaboard Sere. than an average of six per late Headmaster’s regime that activities wherein you will find, a
and the Mother Country. And our 20%7-0P@ boy, P. M. Kelly offer- our Sanatorium and Library stirring article by David Inniss,
were destroyed by a fire of un~ our thletic Captain, together

: ed ten Subjects securi i
School, cosmopolitan in all aspects credits curing all with
of its life, owes much of the foyr Ghee better, there ‘were known origin. We saved many with a short but very h post-
prestige it enjoys, the tradition eq nj t Candidates who offer- valuable books of reference and gcript to this article by Me Timp-
it inherits, its aims and -aspira= nine sane each scoring for general reading, which are gon, a delightful little poem by
tions, its ideals and attainments At this stag better. r still stacked in cases along the Ambrose Walcott, and much else
to the goodwill and efforts of men of all lis stage it is well to ask, sides of a class room, quite in- of interest, the telling of which
Os Gave eaves iM treat @ foun the varied factors that go accessible to any Who cannot we must forego, And now,
He een a oges too, Cheaeigt % ensure an ever in= shift for himself a number of should like to thank the Deputy
Bee eS eee toe etlcconees, Number of academic school desks. All this we hope Head and the entire Staff for thelr
weer o ue oa a eet al bane th which are the most to change Soon, and it is good to work, and their co-operation
arents from England who are sential? The soo en aty , and be'able to say to boys and Parents during the Jast School Year, sin-
filling posts of special importance sae ? The answer issimply that, through our Chairman’s gling out none for special men+
in the West Indies, Parents from 4 ity and quality of intake. personal representation and un- tion excepting, perhaps, Mr. New-

Trinidad from the other Islands This is well known'to us; we are fi; s interest, we have been his excellent work in VI
and from the remotest confines of S¢¢king to do something about it, carota bwith hopes of suc- a angie “

the Caribbean, all of whom are 224 we have grown from two cess, to apply for a supplemen- Yes, as ;
satisfied that we are offering a aes “aan thirty, two years tary Grant a £5,000 to aid in activities bee Schaeh: ere, is
type of education which follows Ww,’ we Say to hundred and ‘fifty. the construction of a modern and crease, and so does the burden of
very closely the time honoured Groups ber that to keep four up-to-date Library. Already we work; and we will need in Sep-
British prototype which cannot be we ‘shoul ne at ¥ Form level, are planning a Library of tember 1952 when our Acting
surpassed in any part of the world. School with aa a full two stream dignified beauty, ample size and Chemist will have left to further
Report On School's Activities boys in our two V Forms fecdiny Qhaqqmausturbed quiet, with ms bis own career, three more Staff

Of Past Academic Year into these VI Form s feeding Reading Room where VI Form- for we are understaffed even now,

tion and example, it is particu- ©.
larly vital to bring home to our “islodged by the competitive ele-
children the supreme yalue of ™e€nt: and while on this, I con-
earnest endeavour.” gratulate most sincerely Harrison

College on their brilliant achieve-

roups, i ,
General Certificate Of Gia ee tee number Sanetion wih mthe See ae ee ee eee
Education At Advanced Ss least four hundred with a critics and authors. I do not in- Lord Rowallan’s Visit
. tat of twenty strong at least ;
Level These changes are + tend to enumerate the many Lord Rowallan, Chief of the

7 7 inevitable; Bite .
‘And now my next duty is to increasing demands on our School benefits to a School that a good Boy Scout movement, throughout

. * sf Library bestows, one alone must the British Empire paid this school
vones on the Gcbook s activities fo agent — in education suffice:— particular cases arise a visit in the afternoon of Tues-
. eae oa Sg ae Today no Poa Secondar wilere ee seer euee = cay. rey, Fes ee
and Cambridge General Certifi- Gammar School of standing oan nian ad oe by = om odor 2 seal te os tok a
cate of Education at Advanced 2° with less at VI Form level waa pana eo east a Scou * aaa Mr. ‘Tatnall one the
Lewel, the ivalent of what was than four Sciences, Mathematics pane oer vend hagas ae Rev C. Mallalieu, was drawn
former] fnewn as the Oxford Pure and Applied, Modern and oe en ts nedosene tbra up in the quadrangle, east of the
, y k _ as : * Ancient language sections, History Vo" s of a erence rary. he q » e
and Cambridge Higher Certificate: ‘ang English. To be content oath No one, I think, will dispute our emorial Hall, to receive and to
eleven were successful. Of thi# jess to make no effort to achieve Chairman's views that the effect Pe panto the nen ; where te
eleven, five did sufficiently well this, to fail to understand Mertatn. such reading and study upon moved on n
to be exempted from London In- ain the quality of VI Form work whole School, Staff and Boys

implicati c ; C
ter Arts or Inter Science, since g mean ok ute, especially in English is incal- were there to meet him. Intro-

BARBADOS

have pupils’
already outlined, returned to the the urgency
School to fill Miss Moore’s place px®per vision of the importance of

Aide de Camp and
Robert not done his Prep, has not comb-
Arundell, Governor of Grenada, ed his hair, has a piece of chew-
hopes to enter St. John’s College ing gum in his mouth, has ink all
Cambridge, where he will study Over him, hums a ditty while we

recent teach, and f
he square in the eye with the simili-
hia tuce of
and selection to his Mind is busy contemplating what
present post, due partly and in he
no small measure, to the fact thal, luncheon whom he

ence from Harrison College PUishment like a man.

breach
created by John Humfrey’s recent
We also welcome
Miss Marie Maude who joined us
in ee — On win-
wo olarshij on her
Higher Certificate sapuite reds a ated in the heart of a

State Scholarship, Miss Maude $¢h00ls, and other




















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mental progtess blur, ip

of the moment, our

the long view. As
Plinarians we are
rightly so,

mental disci-
exasperated
when John has




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Special Difficuiues And
Problems Of The Lodge

Some of our provlems = are
ique and very different from
er academic institutions situ-
populou:
y, Where the best elementary
neighbourin
Public and Private Schools a
god status all feed their most
promising pupils into them, Any |
school which finds itself in the
fortunate position of being able
to draw its material from a vast |
education network can afford to;
ever more selective: and its |
chief enterprise is an ever more |
rigid system of Entrance Exam-
inations whereby only the most |
gifted enter. The position of the |
Lodge allows neither the applica-
tion of this fine sifting mesh for |
the selection of pupils in suffi- |
cient numbers nor does it make |
ssible accommodation for its
taff, And there was a time when |
to keep the academic side of the
School up to standard it was
found necessary to widen consid- |
erably our area of selection ‘to |
include the West Indies. No doubt |
it was the early appreciation of |
this difficulty and of this need
which made us a Boarding School, |
and gave to the Lodge its early |
characteristic regional concept of |
education. To-day the necessity
for closer West Indian union i
giving a new value and impor- |
tance and a greater urgency to our |
early educational outlook, so that
it turns out that what was in it
inception, but a_ bold bid for!
scholastic survival and achieve- |
ment is now our proper mission,




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Reviewing too, the pages of
History we find that this centre of |
Learning began its existence as ¢
Boarding cum Day Boy School; |
and later, under the Headship of |
the Rev. Mark Nicholson in 1797 |
we read that there were twenty |
Boarders in a_ total school of
thirty six; it continued thus dur-
ing the regime of the Rev. William |
Thomas Webb, and when in 1899 |
Mr. O. deC, Emtage took the reins
of power, he slowly built the
Boarding section of the School up |
to fifty in 1911; the School then |
numbered one hundred all told.
The Chief had set the even kee! |
of the Lodge. -Under the able |
leadership of the Rev. H, B, Good-
ing there was an up-surge of
numbers; increased accommoda-
tion, both of the Boarding Estab-
lishment and the School, was
provided, and the number rose to
a hundred and sixty, of which
eighty were Boarders. The School
continued its upward trend during
the liberal and humanitarian
regime of Mr. Evans and reached
a total of two hundred and thirty-







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five of which eighty-five were

Boarders and _ another —

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near the School. bbe of Pan The common earthworm is harmless in poultry and poor production in the layer
School numbers _ three undre . Ba eit ae" i re a ae
and fifty of which eighty-five itself, but it often acts as a ‘carrier’ of , Treatment with ‘Phenovis i the i
Board in the School's Establisti~ the eggs of caecal worms and round- way of preventing worm infestation
ment and another seventy to a ee Bee .
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School. And the time has now

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Retracing history is often a}
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they obtained Advanced Level in culable, ‘and that VI Formers will duced to the Staff and Boys he } ; ;

these main subjects, that is, tech- pa aoe ent Phone git the pgp Me Date ery, oo Bare ide toot ite “imelicity ond nS ory ft Reger voce ‘|
i ” : the co tive merits of e~ SS cause and effect, can se

vei tae ar et eae re, say, as a Dramatist direct application to life we have established with’ any degree of |





z vi bes speare, say, as a Dramatist, a
9 bam Generals eae noe Game Activities And Poet and Philosopher, they must never heard surpassed,

: ; Athletics needs read what Emerson has to _ And now in getting back to
two years from their Honours

Degree, All who ee the is

ents of schools in these spheres :
ate See Lacene eo will notice alternations of full truly to understand the artistry, Staff and Boys in a spirit of tol-
Gooding obtained Advance j and neap tides in our affairs;— the wisdom, | the imaginative erant understanding: and in re-
in Chemistry and Biology. 4nd now we are on the crest of the genius, the lyric power, the spect, te, this, ft may, te tee vail
with this goes a as © wave now in the trough. In grasp, vision and splendid sub- We that oe it a
achievement. Gooding in thre® Cricket and Football here, we flety of great authors and your children’s person ;
consecutive years obtained inree pre at present, not up to our best thinkers one must read what and tender sensibilities must come
Higher Certificates in three dif- joyels: there are, at the moment, creat men have to say about first. As Soe we try
ferent Groups namely I IT, and TV. 1, outstanding players to set the great men. not to allow curr’ oo and stan-
Please don’t think of me as unduly tone of excellence: but we will do _ The Reference dards and the mec cs of edu-

achieve- Say on the point. So it is with Speech Day requirements I should
achieve Sy oe ek 'in ‘general: ‘that like to bring together Parents,

books

: ‘ of 2@ : :
extolling one particular candidate wel}.to remember the excellent Library are as essential to boys cation to take pride of piace in |})

for his excellence, but Gooding, advice of the Hon, the Colonial whose interests lie in the humani- dealing with Youth, We believe
whom you will remember as hav- Secretary given at our last Speech ties as the microscope is to those that the spirit and the ant one
ing won one of the Barbados Day on how to tackle the dol- who would understand the mys- ¢ pone od Thine che {these must
Scholarships last year, and who drums:— “It is easy, maybe, to teries of Science:— they are both m po Le = Sem
is now at St. John’s College, Cam- win, when on the crest, with star alike, aids to picturing the fine ton be h conisheaeant or by cyai-
bridge, taking Natural Science, performers, but the test of the with minute precision. e citcien, Courage, buoyancy
has performed a feat in VI Form grit of a team comes when it is ny . “ey sete , va
work, which has never been struggling against adversity, Even Changes In Staff an caste ‘ant vivr stad
equalled, in all round competence, if a team has no stars it is possi- Atsthe ena of the School Year pos sae and oat a treas' will

iss Pat Moore, who assuredly need these to

within the knowledge of any of us, ble by unrelenting hard pa, 1951, sustain
~° taught Chemistry in the IV and them in the battle of life, At

and this is not mere wishful sheer determination of spi 4
thinking, it is a simple statement keen teamwork, to make te in ae and General Science in times, I know that we are apt to

of fact. strongest opponents go all die and lower Sehool, let our gwn conscientious keen-

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‘And. we congratulate) ton, J.. G. paw ll et 7 Be Lenn af Jeft us, and J. G. B. Humfrey, ness and our anxiety for our

B. Humfrey who was placed first the actual result.” On behalf of LE |

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SS ee oe Pose wice

parninos & Anowre Coffee. Telephones And NOBODY'S
| Tourists |

Saturday, March 15, 1952
TRADE UNIONS

THE two major Trade Union Organisa-
tions of the world, the World Federation

of Trade Unions and the International
Confederation of Free Trade Unions claim
membership respectively of 71,000,000 and
50,000,000. The World Federation of Trade
Unions to which certain British Caribbean
trade unions are affiliated is representa-
tive of predominantly Communist coun-
tries. The International Confederation of

Free Trade Unions was forrhed in 1949 as
a result of a split between representatives
of dominated and non-Com-
munist dominated member unions of the
World Federation of Trade Unions.

Any discussion of Trade Unions today
will be without value unless this funda-
mental cleavage between the Free World
and the Communist world is appreciated.

In Soviet Russia, for example, where
trade unions have become part of a uni-
formly nationalised economy collective
bargaining or strikes are impossible be-

Communist

cause such action would be against the
State.

Trade Unions in the British Caribbean
are said to number at least one hundred
but little official information seems to
have been released to the public as yet.
Some Trade Unions in the region are
affiliated to or have links with the Trade

Union Congress of the United Kingdom
and others are associated with the Com-
munist world Federation of
Trade Unions,

Some Unions keep in touch with Unions
in other Caribbean territories and there
is in existence a Caribbean Labour Con-
gress of which Mr.. Grantley Adams,
President of the Barbados Workers Union,
is also President.

This organisation, however, appears to
be an association of political labour
parties drawn from the Caribbean rather
than a congress of Trade Unions after the
English model.

Whatever else they have achieved in
the British Caribbean, Trade Unions still
seem far from having reached regional
unity and unions in the region appear to
operate with no standard procedure.
Access to information about any Trade
Union is easier in the United Kingdom
than it is in the British Caribbean. In
Barbados the Workers Union was regis-
tered in 1941 and ten years later it
claimed 14,000 members and thirty divi-

dominated

sions, Its main object is “the improve-
ment in the standard of workers
generally.” It is closely linked with the

Barbados Labour Party of which its Presi-
dent Mr. Grantley Adams is also Presi-
dent.

There is also a Clerks Union started in
1945 with the object of securing for clerks
increased wages and improved conditions
of work.

This Union has no political allegiance.

Both of these Unions are to be repre-
sented at a three months course for Trade
Union officials which is going to be opened
in Barbados this month at the expense of
the British taxpayer. This is the second
trade union course to be held in Barba-
dos, the first being in 1948.

A lecturer from Glasgow University
with special experience of the Workers
Education: Association of Great Britain
has already arrived in the island and will
take charge of a comprehensive training
course for the twenty students attending
from the main British Caribbean terri-
tories,

Trade Unions are everywhere recog-
nised in the region ag inevitable and the
Barbados Workers Union is claimed to be
one of the most successful. In the field
of workers’ education the Unions of Bar-
bados cannot be said to have progressed
nearly as far as its own supporters would
desire and the opportunity of training
some’ of its officials at the course spon-
sored by the Colonial Development and
Welfare Organisation will be welcomed
by the Union, employers and the general
public.

There is much to be learnt from the his-
tory of the British Trade Union move-
ment and from the experience which
British Unions have acquired with regard
to administration, subscriptions, audits,
accounts and levies. Criticisms have been
made by impartial observers of certain
trade union practices within the region

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and methods of accounting generally are |

said to be unsatisfactory.

It is to be hoped that much attention
will be paid by the lecturer to this gen-
eral defect in Caribbean trade union ad-
ministration,

Apart from the detailed lessons which

have to be learnt by a student of the Brit- |

ish tr@de union movement, the general
history of that movement provides an
object lesson for Unions in the region.
From 1875 to 1888 the power of British
Trade Unions was largely destroyed be-

cause of a trade depression. In the depres- |
sion which followed the 1914-18 war the |

power of British trade unions was again
severly curtailed.

Trade Unions in the British Caribbean
may be said to have grown up and pros-
pered in times of trade prosperity. No one
ean say that their power would not seri-
ousl be limited in times of depression.

Wherever, as in Barbados, the govern-
ment is largely conducted by the political
party whose interests are identified with

those of the Union, this warning may not |

be academic.



The tourist industry has
received so much publicity lately
that I feel urged to add my penny-
worth of what I hope will be
taken as constructive suggestion,
and not as carping criticism.

Soon after they arrive ‘here
most tourists are likely to hear
that Barbados is sometimes known
as Little England, which is all
very well, though many of them
may think it is carrying the Eng-
lish tradition to extremes when
we imitate their methods of serv-
ing coffee. This is especially the
case with North Americans who
regar4 coffee as very important,
and bad coffee as a serious
breach of the rules of good house-
keeping.

If I live to be 100 I shall never
forget the terrible fluid called
coffee that was served at break-
fast during my seven years at
boarding school in England,
though it was no worse than the
beverage masquerading under the
same misnomer in hotels, restau-
rants and most private homes
where this so-called coffee was to
be found. There was a _ stock
joke going the rounds about a
restaurant waiter who asked his
customer if he would have tea or
coffee, to which the customer re-
plied, “Don’t tell me, let me
guess

I first met good. coffee over 40
years ago in Rio Janiero, where
I was told it was served with hot
goats milk. It was a revelation
to me and my pleasure was mixed
with pangs or regret for the 20
odd years of my life gone like
water over a dam, before I dis-
covered this elixir, and that was
not counting the first year of two
in which I would probably have
failed to appreciate even the best

”

Since then I have spent most
of my time in North America and
have come to take good coffee
for granted, and to miss it ex-



American Column

It’s Thick With?? And!!

WASHINGTON,

Washington is a very noisy
place these days.

The air is not only thick with
the clamour of unanswered ques-
tions—Will Truman? Will Eisen-
hower? Will MacArthur?— but
with thot allegation of rave
jiggery-pokery and sculduddery.

is week Newbold Morris,
chosen by President Truman to
clean up all the Government
graft, will appear before a Senate
committee to explain how come
his law firm served as attorneys
to companies engaged in the pur-
chase of surplus tankers from a
quick-profits group now itself
See investigation by the Sen-
ate,

And here is Presidential candi-
date Harold Stassen urging Con
gress to have a close look at the
bank accounts of Mr, Truman’s
Attorney-General Howard Mc-~
Grath, because, says Mr. Stassen,
Mr, McGrath became a million-
aire while occupying State and
federal offices.

Postscript

FOR YEARS the State Depart-
ment and author John Steinbeck
have grown increasingly restive
at the propaganda uses to which
the Soviet has put his best-seller
of the depression ‘30s, “The
Grapes of Wrath.” The Russians
pretend that his tragic picture of
conditions 20 years back during
the great migration from the
“Dust Bowl,” is true today, So
Steinbeck himself goes on the
Voice of America to explain that
things are all different, and “the
fact that we are able to make
improvements is one of the proofs
of America’s democracy,”

Embattled

AT the little Pennsylvania town
of King of Prussia 43-year-old
Edward Mack, supported by his
Alsatian dog and with his deer
rifle in reach, is defying the State
authorities to try to move in and
raze his garage and restaurant.
The ‘State wants to push a new
highway across the site. Edward



(By R. R. E. SMYTHIES)

ceedingly if 1 cannot have it. I
believe I can speak for most of
our dollar- northern
visitors when I say that a con-
siderable improvement in the
island would materially increase
quality of coffee served in the
its attraction for them.

_There is now no shortage ot
simple and inexpensive devices
for brewing coffee, but the besi
equipment will fail if not proper-
ly used, and it is essential that
the materials employed should be
of satisfactory grade. It is most
important that the coffee beans
should be freshly roasted and
ground shortly before being used,
end the grinding should be to a
size suitable for the percolator or
other device. Coffee imported from
abroad in a prepared state must
be in air-tight tins, which should
be kept in a refrigerator after be-
ing opened, to retain freshness as
well as possible. If it is not packed
in the tins immediately after be-
ing roasted and ground it wil
suffer in quality, but this fact
is evidently not appreciated by
some packers.

Tastes differ in coffee as in
other things, and one formula
says it should be, “As black aS
night, as thick as mud, as sweet
as sin and as hot as (very hot)”,
but this sounds too Turkish for
my delight. I prefer mine hot but
not too thick, no sugar but good
rich cream, or evaporated milk
which is a good substitute.

To change the subject to tele-
phones, Barbados has quite a good
telephone system but some of the
hotels do not make good use of it
so far as their guests are con-
cerned. The business of trying to
make contact with a guest by
phone can be extremely frustra-
ting, and a typical conversation
more or less as follows :

(Q) Is that the Ritz Hotel?

(A) No please.

From R. M. MacCOLL

has so far won several prelimin-
ary rounds, ‘Ihe police retused
io intervene on behalt of the
fact that we are able to make
bulldozer men unul they were
shown that embattled Eaward no
jonger owned the property,
Frui

CALIFORNIA, faced with
bumper fruit crops, asks the
State Department if there is any
chance of importing South
Koreans to help with the harvest.
Reluctantly the State Depart-
ment says No, It is afraid Russia
would say the men were being
“exploited.”

Penthouse

SOMETHING NEW has been
added to the renovated White
House — a beautiful little
solarium-penthouse, Just the
thing to keep the Trumans (or
their successors) happy in the
Washington summer’s cruel dog
days.

Revivals

IN HOLLYWOOD, as on
Broadway, it is a rain of revivals.
Lewis Milestone _ is making
“Les Miserables,” George Sidney
“Scaramouche” and John Ford
“What Price Glory?”

The Human Touch

AT 68, Francis Bushman,
America’s first matinee idol of
the silent film, looks back wist-
fully to the days when actors
really gave it everything they
had got. “We used to get so
Wrought up that we would swear
at each other,” he recalls. “The
only drawback was that lip-
readers in the audiences wrote
us some very reproachful letters.”

AMERICA’S latest TV suc-
cess— and it is a really big one
—is Roman Catholic Bishop
Fulton Sheen, with his pro-

gramme “Life is Worth Living.”

Bishop Sheen, luminous-eyed
and with a fine voice, is a vet-
eran of 22 years on radio. But



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

(Q) What place is that?

(A) Ritz Hotel.

(Q) I want to speak to Mr. X.

(A) Yes please,

(Q) Is Mr. X there?

(A) No please. ; |

And so on indefinitely, with a)
complete lack of success in con-
tacting Mr. X.

The majority of North Ameri-
cans who come here for a winter
holiday are probably quite happy |
to find what may be d as |
an old-world atmosphere, and life |
is a slower tempo than at home.
They might be willing to accept)
tea instead of coffee as being more |
in the English tradition, especially |
if the tea were good, which is by
no means always the case. e

We cannot be surprised how-
ever if they think it odd to see/
the shops well supplied with mod-

|



DIARY

| Monday—The first inhabitants of Barbados
were Arawak Indians. Archaeological
evidence exists to prove that Caribs also
visited the island before we did.

They probably came to make raids
upon the Arawak settlements. That’s the
sort of primitive attitude they had to
life. I’m forced to go on stressing this
fact about Barbados not being an unin-
habited island when the British took
possession. It has not yet sunk’ in. }
notice that even Charles Allmon who did
us proud in the thing he wrote for the
National Geographic also perpetuates
the widespread ignorance about Barba-



ern apparatus for making coffee,
which the islanders have appar-)
ently not learned how to use, and |
the hotels equipped with tele- |
phones that are often used So in-)
effectively.

As between coffee and tele- |
phenes I am inclined to believe |
coffee is the more important, |
though I may prejudiced in |
the matter, It-is certainly true)
in my experience that the true)
coffee | ¢ means most
North Ameéficans) will cheerfully
overlook a number of minor draw-
backs in any place where the |
coffee served compares well with |
the quality he takes for granted |
at home, in even the smaller res- |
taurants and “dog-wagons . |

There could be great improve-
ment in both items in Barbados
without any additional capital ex~|
penditure, .simply by making |
better use of what already exists. |
It seems a mistake to have ex~-
pensive equipment and fail to take
the slight amount of extra pains |
needed to make good use of it,!
and I feel sure the benefit to the |
tourist industry would be a very}
great in proportion to the effort
needed.



TV experts shook their heads at
first because he apparently vio-
lates all the tenets of show bus-
iness.

He walks in front of the cam-
eras in his robes in a booklined
study (designed by the stages
Jo Mielziner), and starts talking
without a script.

Writes TV critic John Crosby:
“The fact is that Bishop Sheen
is dealing in ideas. And by
eschewing showmanship, nothing
comes between the ideas and the
audience,

.“The effect is hypnotic—only
partly because of the personal
magnetism of the man,”

His first show drew 4,000 let-
ters, and the fan mail continues
very high,

£5,350 ? Not Enough

WAYNE COY, who resigned
last week as chairman of the
Federal Communications Com-
mission, saying he could not get
along on his 15,000-dollar
( £5,350) Government salary,
has joined a big news magazine
as consultant. In his new job he
is almost certainly getting double
what Washington paid him.

Penny Out Of Slot

CRIME 1; Because of parking
difficulties, nearly all American
towns, little and big, have park-
ing metres lining their kerbs.
But gangs of youngsters are
wrenching cut the metres, driv-
ing to lonely fields, and prising
them apart for their small hoards
of silver and copper coins.

Car Grab, New Way

CRIME 2: On New York's
Staten Island Dominick Conandra
and a gang Of seven were ar-
rested for an ingenious varia-
tion on ordinary car stealing.
They would buy old wrecked
cars, steal brand-new matching
cars of the same make, then
transfer the serial numbers and
legal papers from the wrecks to
the new jobs and sel] them,



Our Readers Say:

Sound Economics

To the Editor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Recent discussions in
the local legislature prompt me
to send you, for publication if
you so desire, extract from an
address before the Royal Empire
Society by Sir John Hall, retir-
ing Governor of Uganda. In his
opening remarks His Excellency
quoted a phrase by a well-known
authority. which to me, after
reading’ the whole ‘address, might

be regarded as his text: “How
..... yesterday and to-day
can be kept from paralysing to-
morrow.”

“ The extract follows.
Yours faithfully,
ECONOMIST.
8.3.52.

“The dramatic increase in the
Protectorate’s revenue which has
taken place in the last six or
seven years has not been accom-
panied by an equivalent increase
of recurrent expenditure, which
in 1951 is estimated to be only
£5) million against a revenue of
£12) million. It has been the
policy of the Protectorate Gov-
ernment ‘to restrain recurrent
expenditure and build up
from revenué.«.surpluses large
capital reserves for future in-
vestment or expenditure. It has
been thought wise to take ad-
vantage of present day “boom”
conditions to strengthen the
Pratectorate’s financial position
and accumulate substantial capi-
tal reserves. In a few years’
time the general reserves that
the Uganda Government have
built up and which to-day, ex-
cluding Price Assistance Funds,
amount’ to some £13 million,
will be worth, in terms of goods
and services, much more than
they are to-day.

It is not, I suggest, bad finan-
cial practice to accumulate capi-
tal in time of rising prices and

to expend it when prices fall:
and, in the case of public fin-
ances, this has a double advan-
tage. Firstly, the taxpayers get
more for their money because
the valve of money rises as

prices fall and it buys more
schools, more houses, more roads
more equipment, more dams and
bore-holes than it can to-day;

and, secondly, the Government
is able, in spite of declining
revenue, to make use of these

reserves not only to maintain
without interruption and dislo-
cation the steady progress of de-
velopment, but even to acceler-
ate expenditure during a time of
economic depression, a_ time
when all governments would
wish, and few can afford, to
spend heavily in order to miti-
gate the local effects of the slump
and to preserve public confidence

The not uncommon practice of
spending lavishly when revenue
is high and then applying’ drastic
and panic measures of economy
when revenues fall, is really very
wasteful of money and man-
power. By that method, when
times are good the Government
concentrates its efforts on build-
ing up a great administrative
machine to spend up to the limit
of the State’s revenue; then,
when times are bad, all energies
have to be devoted to the dreary
duty of retrenching staff, closing
down works and curtailing ser-
vices. Thus, public expenditure
is contracted just at a time when
increased expenditure is most
needed and would do the great-
est good to the greatest number
of people. Moreover, no sound
development can be done by fits
and starts, by caseering wildly
forward and then jamming the
gears into reverse. Development
in the economic, no less, I sug-
gest, than in the political sphere,
should be an orderly, uninter-
rupted, onward progress.

Funds For Charities

To the Editor, the Advocate,

SIR,—The, proceeds from Local
Publicity Fashion Show &
“Bingo” game held at the Marine
Hotel on Tuesday, March 4th,
was $637.98:— (Six hundred and
thirty seven dollars and ninety
eight cents) $100.00:— (One
hundred dollars) has been donat-
ed to each of the following





churches:— St, Patrick's,
Simon, St. Margaret. St. Mark,
Boscobel and St. John Baptist.
The balance of $37.98:—(Thirty
seven dollars and ninety eight
cents), has been given to the
Reverend Francis Godson of
Chelsea Road for him to allot to
charity.

Thanks to all for the wonderful
support given this charity.

Yours truly,
i WM, REDMAN,

Giles and the British

Council

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—May I call your attention
to the apology of the Daily Ex-
press of February 4th for publish-
ing the Giles cartoon which you
reproduce today.

Whatever may be thought of the
campaign waged by the Wg oad
and its associates against the Brit-
ish Council there is no doubt that
these cartoons are clever and
amusing. Nevertheless, that this
cartoon should be published at the
same time as the news of the
death in the Cairo riots of Mr.
C. F. A. Jones, an Administrative
Officer of the British Council, was
at least unfortunate. A _ protest
was published in the Express of
February 4th with the note “Daily
Express hangs its head, apologises
for an unintentional lapse of taste.”

As one who was in the thick
of the riots of 1935 and 1936 which
preceded the signing of the very
treaty now unilaterally abrogated
by Egypt, I can state with certain-
ty that at such times the man try-
ing to serve his country as a civil-
idn does so at far greater risk than
the man in uniform. One death
from among the twenty-one Lon-
don-appointed British Council of-
ficers in Egypt—many of whom
are ex-servicemen—is a far high-
er casualty rate than that suffered
by the armed forces. That being
so, this particular cartoon loses its
point and it seems a pity that Giles’
undoubted skill is not used more
constructively,

St.

Yours truly,
H. RISELY TUCKER,
Representative.



dos’ early inhabitants. The point must
be driven home. Barbados was not an un-
inhabited island. It belonged to the Ara-
waks before any Europeans or Africans
came near the place. And “the bearded
ones” from whom we get the name Bar-
bados were just as likely Arawaks as
“fig” trees.

If some members of the House of As-
sembly studied our history they would
not babble such nonsense as they are
reported to have babbled about the
Publicity Committee. The Arawaks and
the Europeans are the only people en-
titled to any special privileges so far as
these derive from the priority of settle-
ment. The others came along much later.
And the history books repeat ad nauseam
that slavery was not suffered by one race:
there were white slaves and black
slaves. The whole point about slavery 1s
that it is a bad system. We want to keep
it from recurring yet if words mean any-
thing there are some people who want
to bring it back. Slavery is a system
based on discrimination, by which equal
rights of status and citizenship are
| legally denied to certain people. If what
I read in the Advocate on page 6, March
6 is true that a “government went as far
as saying that with the appointment at
Seawell the person had to be other than
white.” it is high time that the freedoms
guaranteed by the United Nations Char-
ter be invoked. Because this smacks
of racial discrimination of the worst
kind. And the United Nations are com-
mitted to the encouragement of “respect
for human rights and fundamental free-
doms for all without distinction as to sex,
race, language, or religion.” We want no
racial Big Stick here.

Tuesday—I wonder how many politicians
travel by ’bus. I know that a lot of their
constituents are beginning to complain
about ’bus service. Q

{ remember more than a year ago
pointing out how difficult it was for
people to get to Bridgetown during the
morning hours and how people had to
pay extra from Baxters Road to the ’bus
Stand to make sure of a seat on a bus

| going to St. James. I believe things have
not improved much.

But two complaints have reached me
this week. The first is that ’buses drive
too fast for the peace of mind of pas-
sengers. Second that when one ’bus is
behind another ’bus, the ’bus in front
will not allow the ’bus behind to pass
out because the bus in front wants ‘alj
the fares. This is midsummer madness.

Instead of cutting their own throats in

this kind of competition why do not ’bus

owners try and run their ‘buses at the
times when there are more passengers
than buses?



Wednesday--Remember that I complained

about the general post system by which
the Colonial Service was run as a service
for careerists flitting from one colony
to the other? The Belgians have not got
enough colonies to make this mistake.
So I was not surprised to read of a Gov-
ernor General of the Congo having first
gone there 40 years ago. That gives a
man time to find out something about a
country and to-day the Belgians have
found out plenty. “The Belgian Congo
to-day” I quote, “affords vivid proof that
darkest Africa is becoming very bright
indeed.” I doubt whether we could say
the same for British Africa.
P.S. A girl I know who has been waiting
for months to get a bed in the hospital
can’t understand what all this shouting
about flats is about. She wants her
appendix out. It hurts.

Thursday—One easy step towards increas-
ing access to the sea near Speightstown
can be taken now. There are on the
sea side a number of houses which can
easily be removed. It wouldn't take much
planning to arrange suitable sites for
these houses, especially if help with re-
pairing the present houses was: offered.
A start has to be made sometime with
preserving the beauty of Barbados. And
it’s no good crying over Bay Street or
the St. James coast. What we've got to
do is to prevent further restrictions on
our common heritage.

Friday—Please may we have some flowering
trees in the Bay Street Window ?

Saturday—Please may the fountain play
every day instead of only on certain
days?



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SATURDAY, MARCH 45. 1952

33-Year-Old Guilty
Gets 18 Months

A Jury deliberated for 20 minutes at the Court of Grand
Sessions yesterday and found 33-year-old Rawle Holder of
Chase Land, St. Michael, guilty of obtaining four suit
lengths trom Aziz Abraham by false pretences and stealing
three suit lengths. The offences were committed on Decem-
ber 3, 1951.

His Lordship the Acting Chief Justice, Mr. J. W. B.
Chenery sentenced him to 18 months’ imprisonment with
hard labour for each of the offences and the sentences are

BARBADOS



ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE











ANIAMTED OPINIONS

if Stealing Cloth

IWATON OF HONOUR

SCHOONERS
START

FISHING

oe sr el

no less than four schoeners which
ran between the W.I. Islands with

A fleet
steadily

produce have been turned into
to run concurrently. fishing schooners.

Police Constable Emerson dence is that Abraham travelled Seven schooners now do no-
Howard told the court that the in a motor car and saw the ac- thing else but go to the bank; t
accused had two previous convic- cuved standing in a shop and be
tions for obtaining money



by beckoned to him. Abraham had a

make large catches of deep sea
false pretences and was on pro- parcel with him which

he said fish for the various islands. They ‘es San

> 7 S - ar . & - Says Mr. $

— Sat — on an contained four suit lengths. In the are the Sunshine R (she is tem- ays eo King

October 22 committed OM course of their conversation porarily working with the Culf “YOU CAN RE-LION IT
Probation Officer Walcott “br@Ham offered to sell the ac- en oes but to et Bente), and BEING THE SWEETEST TREAT”

applied that the order of proba- cused the cloth. the Lindsyd If (Barbados), the ori Poa ae

tion be discharged and His Lord- | “>raham told the accused that

: : Florence Emanuel,
ship the Acting Chief Justice rec- 2¢h length would cost him $20.

Lady Silver

ognised the application and sen- 5° far as the arrangement of get- SOmaee wane sete a tt 7 Watton
tenced the accused to three ting the money, the accused said er TaS ac (Grenada), ”
months’ imprisonment with hard that he would take the four suit ,

labour for the offence on which length> and Abraham tock him to Now equipped with ice boxe

he was placed on probation. All St. George because his aunt had

and fishing tackle, these schooner
fo to the fishing banks wher
they sail around for about thre:
weeks each trip while their crew
hook fish and store them in the
ice boxes,

the sentences are to take effect the
at the end of the term of three
months’ imprisonment which the
accused is now serving. statement of a non existing fact.

ins Man ot Alitiiy rs Abraham alvc questioned the ac-

efore sentencing Holder, Fs cyseq about his bank book and
Lordship the Acting Chief JUS- there was evidence produced to

tice Mr. J. W. B. Chenery pie. show the accused had no

Toffee

The Perfection of Confection
MADE IN UX.

money for him

Felse Pretences
“Polse pretences must be a

—_- —-——_——_——————_—



From the banks, they usually
tuke their fish to Martinique, Bri

him that he showed from bank CONSTABLE BERESFORD GREEN receives the Baton of H trom Hon. 8. A. Turner, Colonial tet, “lana, Trinidad and Bar- WALTERS’ ‘PALM’ TOFFEE LTD. ‘PALM’ WORKS.
t : preisva Then: t s the n of Honour from Hon. R. A, er, Colo bados > » lande L

ph ag se hee 18 ‘ ae aa gene aed og ‘a Secretary. Right to left are: Colonel R. T. Michelin, Commissioner of Police, Hon. R. A. Turner and vados and the fish when landed LONDON, W. 3

ablilly an it was reat p ¢

Getetetle Scan. are as sound as when caught, Un

loaded, it is not long before the

are back to the banks again.
But the fishing schooners do not

SURVEY OF INCOME bring their crews lots of money
AND CONSUMPTION It is expensive to run them and

a big catch is not always possible.
Some months—-and for about three
consecutive months the fish are
biting Well and the schooners re-
turn to the various ports with

see him abuse such ability. Abraham about what the accused

Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to said to him on December 3 about
the Attorney General, appeared having owned five hired cars an4
for the Crown in the case. Holder having » gareve, then you will
was placed before the court on a have no difficulty in reaching a
three-count indictment. On the verdic+ secerding to the evidence.”
first count he was charged with
obtaining by false pretences from
Aziz Abraham four suit lengths
and on the second count with
stealing three suit lengths and on











Recruits’ Passing Out

Parade Well Attended



The first part of the Sur-
vey of Income and Expen-
diture in Barbados which
is being carried out by the

Fresh Supplies Received

NEVER forget that the Police should be the friends of

5 Years For

: the people and the enemies only of those w ‘ , | Institute of Social and | large catches, There are occasions
the third count with malicious law cK R. A. Turner Colonval Gicteane talt Ph oe Research of the when the catches are very poor
damage to property. muytteth Le tens : a sae © University College of the
. The first witness called for the For er Recruits at the Passing Out Parade which was held at Weel Eitdive, has new been A: Tiring Trip
prosecution was Aziz Abraham £ y District “A” Std&tion yesterday evening. He reminded completed. This survey
who told the court that he is a them that they were the first batch of local recruits to covered the “hard times” “It is certainly monotonous see- JAMAIC IGARS ¢
salesman. On December 3 he saw = At the Court of Grand Sessions “ pass out” in the reign of Queen Elizabeth IT and said tha: period. ing all sea and no land for three A CIGARS | 1801
the accused in a shop and the yesterday Arthur Murrell of it was up to them to set the example for those who follow. The great difference in | week periods like that,” a fisher- | Florde Machado
accused called him and asked Christ Church who was faund P Fe P - 7 P ; Oe oe sc ONE economic activity in Barba- man told the Advocate yesterday ‘ Londres
him to show him the suit lengths. guilty of forgery, uttering a forged The Display attracted a large number of tourists from | dos between “hard times” “After a few days,” he said, “we | Panatelas
He showed the suit lengths to document and obtaining the the ship “Empress of Scotland”. Of a crowd of approxi- | and the crop season, means | (,6) tired and fed up, but to make | Chi
the accused and the accused amount of $300.08 by fraud from mately 400, more than half were made up of visitors to the | that in order to get a reas- | j,oney one has to do some sort ol oe
cen a — os oa yenie the General Herdware, Supply island | wae average for calou- {| ork” , MANICURE SETS
cost. e to im at a sult Store was sentenced by His Lord- Pry rie : oh ah “ aie Se 4 ating the Cost of Living ee rh aL a ti 4 SELES
length would cost him $20, but ship the Acting Chief Justice Mr. pal aoe seen et peed ina te Sia tee es et ioe you Index, a 1d’ Survey s ein . ~~ tea 1 ee me: aa Bi i ee
te ie suit lengths would cost J. W. B, Chenery to bye sere lay sl ree Reniem ao anges and to put what vou pie hs Leb the crop season “enna eae. = "Fake aaeeee: SHELF DECORATING PAPER
im $64, enal servitude on each of the firs . , a ee aan ve oeatn as to be carried out. This erear a) nine : he sin
Suit Lengths Inspected Tos citences and one year's, im- — = vs corer ar e- sheen ar os ar ow prospects lie | ‘Survey will begin on Mon- {,"@™win on the banks unless a 87077 BLOOD MIXTURE
The accused said that he had to prisonment with hard labour for ng e usica ide y e ’ . se days nere serious accident occurs,



go to St. George to his aunt who the third offence.

The offences

Mounted Police. “On many occa-

are plenty of opportunities for

day, March 17th, and most

i ; »y traini f the householders who Fishing schooners have to take
. A sions I have seen the Musical Ride further training on general courses a ut more food and water than th
fad money form and that he Were committed, between Octaber sons, have spn the Mua ge arin speciale mubjeces sok at | WOR g interviewed. tm ane | ou! move food and water than th °
ike naenied pe telling the trath ate to run concurrently. Mounted Police, Although there ecient ana aie —— again and aaeed io cunety tween the islands with produce,
: : i - is great similarit , wf er-Prints 3 ea aa ee : , ‘ a ia iy
and he took him to St. George. Before sentencing hitm His ard ie eet a a the wai nt course’ or Constable Wickham who | formation “covering one | While a | schooner — going | froin KNIGHT’S DRUG STORES.
e a s pad :

him to stop. The accused inspec- Murrell that he had a bad reco

rd

ted the suit lengths. After a time and it seemed that leniency was

he allowed the accused to drive entirely out of the question in

a

Hon, R,. A. Turner presented the
Baton of Honour to 2!-year-old
Beresford Green, the outstanding

has just completed courses of
training in the running of Boys’
Clubs and in Physical Instruction

week of the crop period.
The success of this sec-
ond survey and the eventu-

Barbados to British Guiana would
bargain for at the most five days
of voyage—but it is normal for







; It is * al calculation of a Cost of them to do it in two and half to acts ==
his car. At St. George the accused case like his, He seemed deter- recruit. Constable Green was See acai ae ped yd a Living Index: will be assur-. | three daye—a fishing schooner has
went to a house and came back mined no, to make an honest liv- educated at Combermere School Baton of Honour at Hendon in the ed if those who are inter- to bargain for three weeks of | | a
saying that his aunt had refused ing. and holds a Senior Cambridge face of competition from picked viewed in the various areas “seeing all water,” |
to give him the money.

Shop Breaking

He asked the acc which

Certificate,

men from all parts of the Empire.

by the school teachers co-





i The fishing boats seldom bring 5
His Lordship the Acting Chief He was a member of the Com- You can rise to the commissioned operate as willingly as they fish to Barbados now, They HARRIS ON S Broad St.
bank he had an account with, and jJystice also sentenced Harold Fitz bermere Cadets and later spent a ranks as Superintendents Parris did in the first survey. usually come here to take sup-
he said Barclays. At Bridge Road, Collymore to four years’ penal year and a half in the Barbados Grant and Simmons, have done. plies of ice for refrigeration or
St. Michael, the accused asked servitude for shop breaking and Regiment. It may even be that one or more fo undergo general repairs
him to lend him some money, He jarceny, His Lordship told him — «7 ave enjoyed my training of you has the Baton of a Com-

gave the accused the money. Then that his record showed that he h

ad

he gave the accused the four suit po intention of trying to earn his

lengths wrapped in blue paper in qaily bread by honest means.
the motor car, Sometime later he Archibald Sobers was placed

on

saw the accused who said that probation for 18 months for shop
he was unable to give him the preaking and larceny by His Lord-

money. The accused sent a bOY ghip

the Acting Chief Justice Mr.

for the suit lengths after they jy Ww. B. Chenery. Probation Offi-

had had a talk,

cer Walcott told the court that

very much and I hope to retain
that high standard which earned
me the Baton of Honour through-
out my Police career,” Constable
Green told the Advocate,
Constable L. Carter another re-
cruit was presented with a Certifi-
cate of Merit, being placed second

missioner of Police in his knap-
sack,

Sense Of Humour
“But do not fall into the error

that you know everything. Do
not let the exercise of authority

Schools May Play
On Week Days
Buring Vacation

IN their



Locust Hall
Fire Spreads

Forty-four and a half acres of

ONLY 3 RECEIVED —
ALL METAL -DOMINION
PLATFORM WEIGHING

sive you swelle Dg ake effort not to drop any second, third, fourth and fifth crop |
He left the accused and later gobers who lives in St, Lucy is 33 to Constable Green, Saree your waa as vam 2 the school teams from the First ripe canes were burnt when a fir . a
he found that some of the suit years old and for the last 18 your sense of humour, Be on the Sate catenin competition, &he occurred at Locust Hall Planta- MAC HINES
lengths were missing. He oa months he was Soquatting in = Other Presentations alert all the time and keep eyes monte Oe Seerwemnent of the Bar- tion, St. ceotge, at spout 4.30
r e matter to the Police. ilding in St. Lucy. He sa .aeeith enki «Ade, ‘dete ~ecentea in the backs o * heads. ver ~ Dacos Ke B8OC ‘le- 5m. on Thursday, They are the y
guetta with a policeman ee, an agricultural lab- ; veg ee ae also . sented Ta eentent eat Getetee’ coal gated My S. O. C. Gittens to in- broperty of Applewhaites Ltd, and | 500 LBS. CAPACITY WITH 20 LBS. x 4 OZS.
to find the accused but he did ourer and was not completely to Banc _ Cadet Broome, the best keep your bearing smart, your terview the Headmasters of the were insured, esi , .
not see the accused. normal. Band Cadet of the year and jodies agile and your wits sharp, Y®™lous schools with a view to ‘This fire extended to surround- | ON THE BEAM
. To the accused Abraham said: His Lordship told Sobers that as Band Cadet Hutson, winner of the Never forget that the Police should arranging that the schools play ing lands and burnt half an acre . ag i as
| “You called me while you were he had never before appeared be- Shooting Competition for the be the friends of the people and - other on week days during of second crop ripe canes, the pro- PLATFORM MEASURES 174, x 2242 INCHES
standing in a shop, You told me fore the court and been convicted Cadets, Ve the enemies only. of those whb the long vac ation. _ _perty of ‘Theophilus ‘Thornhill, a ' sh :
that you had five hired cars and he was placing him on probation After receiving t he- General preak the law, Above all, remem- J fter much discussion, this idea quarter of an acre of trash and a COMPLETE WITH WEIGHTS
owned a laundry shop.” for 18 months. 4 Salute, the Colonial Secretary in- her always, throughout the whole “WS suggested as a possible means quarter of an acre of second crop



Seen With Parcel

Crispin Clarke, a shoemaker of

Air Traffic



spected the Guard of Honow
under the command of Inspector

period of your service that you
were the first batch of recruits to

of solving the problem of getting
the fixtures in this division com-

ripe canes, the property of Elkins
Sandiford, 300 holes of trash, the

$134.75







Senate ’ j bs pleted by the middle of Decem- vroperty of Phylis Thornhill of
Tweedside Road, told the Court Reid. pass out’ in the reign of Queen jo EC tacan ave and 200 holes of
. annum : i ; On behalf of the Force, Colonel Elizabeth II and that it is up to r Bournes Village and 200 holes of + bik te ee “
tins, be err the accused speaking ARRIVALS Bi = ac shan apt Michelin thanked the Colonial you to set the example for those = qj. secretary pointed out thet first crop ripe canes the property PLUS COST OF STAMPING
am. ; ° ma i ; : : > Se i at 5, ina He . ‘ournes
This was on December 3, Later otulanve, F. J. T. Dobbs, John Secretary and his wife for attend- who follow. it , a 10 clubs have applied for first of is ne cott, also o yu
he ¢ d with a parcel Miche!) ing and the Colonial Secretary Do all this, and in the distant gi vicion etat chick. would migen ee :
is e rg a Boy the ..From Trinidad—L. Mitchell. Bhag- for making the presentations, days ahead your juniors will look 2 en ae a rm se cee A fire at Lamberts Plantation,
under his arm an e@ as oa omas, A, Richards, : : oe , , 74 ride ¢ » Ht 2 ha ays, * plo y sucy, at about 9,00 a.m, on ’
accused what he had in the par- Siccuntick. p. sydney, B eee. See ee Sans "oO it wae tes wae fgg Age ty, the fixtures until January next Thurene burnt three quarters of 18 only Jacob's Pattern counter
Bayne, | atriek, Rushton, as the Annual assing Out : vay " he year. One of the answers was ae And , nes
cel, J. Bayne, H. Patrick, W andard. A. we : ey who showed the way,” he ; . an acre of third crop ripe canes,
The accused said it was four Rushton, G_ ee "past, M. Parade of the recruits who had Seated ced . to relegate the two teams which the property of Spring Hall Ltd Scales expected next week —
suit lengths which he got from Beekman M. Gummerson, L Lembke spent six months in training and came at the bottom of the same They were insured. B N
; British Guiana—E. Mayle, who would become Policemen »————————————, last season, but among those , W.
i Abraham. They walked and i Baa Pp. Bayley, H. Bayley, D. from to-day. : ‘earns Was 6 echee) tani etter book your order O
i accused said that Abraham was jyoaivid, H. Darwish, ponents o ASSIZE DIARY Members pointed out that the ‘
expecting the money, from him Onrien, M Coan, oF Oudeerk, L. Following the address by the MONDAY school teams were so to speak, would not fall on the regular Sat- ———.
: shortly. The aunt of the accused Payne. C Eastwood, R. Meville Colonial Secretary, the crowd was No. 44 Reg vs. Carlos E the nursery of Barbados Cricket, urdays, and therefore the fixture
i told the accused not to carry the pypaRruREs By B.W.LA. THURSDAY entertained to the Musical Ride | ~® . smith | and for that matter, they did not could be completed by the middl: ;
3 cloth into her house and the ac- To Deere oe te Mitenell, Which was introduced by young No. 33 Reg vs. George favour relegation of any of those of December. HARRISON S Hardware Dept.
' cused left with the parcel. Brooke, ens flesaJoedh /Emptage, Andrew Michelin, son of the . . asia teams. After some discussion, it The meeting also considered Tel 2364
; Later the same day at about 3 5..° emptage, Calvin Humphréy, Walter Commissioner of Police. This was No. 37 Reg vs. Cecil Sock, was found that if the school teams applications from clubs to enter | .
$ p.m, Abraham and the accused Bates, Charles Andersen emery, Phyllis ONe of the best performances F r . were allowed to play each other teams for the Intermediate ano j
met again and the accused sent Bias: Saar Were Margaret Mac- given by the Mounted Police, on week days, nine playing days Second Division Competitions.

him (Clarke) for the parcel of

Farlane.

The Ride was followed by the



















Lo ; salliatiakebaieill ce renllieite
DY i OSC Ow -
cloth, To Dominiea—Charles Peiree. goa, Drill Display by the squad of Po- =—=—
Abraham was handed the cloth teeta et Oey TE aeiales, Marjorie lice Recruits who were spending oe I’ : :
by the accused and he left. Warren, Dorothy King. John Stambaugh, their last day at the Training % ,
To Mr.’ Field Clarke said that Rhea Stambaugh, David Blackman, Lionel gehool, . le? “f how ; :.
he lodked at the cloth twice on Seodeen, Hels Sraith, |Punice 3yera _ During their months at the Ur the ne td |
December 3, 1951. Boyce, Walter Boyce, Walter Campbell, Training School the recruits spent

Calena Matthews said the aC- Danie! Hodge, Paul Samuel-Dubois, Ray

Pogson, Dr, Allan Richards, ; oF s i
cused brought a parcel at her See eee son, Dr. ing. They were instructed iby | \
place on December 3 and said that “To Sst, Vincent—milton Cato, Lucy R. S, M, Browne while Inspector

he would come back for it. She Cato, Richard Manning, George Roddam.

threw the parcel in her yard and
then a young man took away the
parcel, ,

Eta Holder, a domestic servant,
said that on December 3 about

Harbour Log

In Carlisle Bay

t. The others were SWEET PEA
_ she saw the accused in rietta, Sch. Zita Wonita, Sch. Gardenia men were present.
ee . Th Y ceased told her W., Sch. W. L. Bunicia, Sch. Enter- indisposed, ; LENTHERIC ...
Black Rock. The ; prise, S., "Sch. United Pilgrim S., Sch. The proceeds of the show will
that he was driving around in 4 [audalpha, Sch. Lady Noeleen, M.V : ‘ : TWEED
ith a salesman Canbbee Sch Mandalay If, Sch. Maris go to improving Recreational SHANGHAI
TAOS Car With. &S . Stella, M.V. T. B. Radar, Sch. Jenkins Room facilities of the Barbados
Summing Up Roberts, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. police Force. , MIRACLE
Summing up tothe Jury His Belqueen, Sch Marlon, Belle Wolfe | 3 SILENT vs :
Lordship the Acting Chief Jus- Schooner Florence Emanuel, 40 tons “Spacious Days” } MESSENGERS *
adv lg ch coed with a "Goncen leay tive, tons: a Hon, R,. N. Turner, addressing See hie ’ f > ©
The prisoner is arg’ wi - ooner y ver, 1s ne , RN. Tu bs ; : NE e
taining goods by false pretences on Co: a eae cae re Hae the recruits, said: % CREPE de CHI

December 3 from Aziz Abraham; wejis, trom London

Sch. Cyril E. Smith, Sch. Marea Hen-

two hours a day on military train-

Reid instructed them in Police
training.

The show was climaxed with
the “Beating of the Retreat” by
the Drums and Band. The Band
consists of 44 but only 31 Bands-

“We stand on the threshold of

PERFUME”
Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.

MAKER CARON .. .

BELLODGIA
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on the second count he is ones a3 Gollito, . 408 | tone net, Capt | —- ees, age, — 3S x JOY p g ‘
: - i Sapsworth, { $s, TG 21 a : : : ,
with larceny and on the third “Empress of Scotland, 11485 tons several ways, to make it as splen-| MOMENT suPmanee Sherry Mel Mas ee bits Made; . A... bccehee. $17.73
coun me onentae nate oer se Shi: op SP ARTURAS. ee did and as famous as the ‘spacious | SANE | |
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damage to her tl count is con- _ 8-5. Golfito, 4,505 tons net, Capt. days’ of Queen Elizabeth Tudor. | 'VIN ALSO }
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. th * ‘ , Sch. Philip H. Davidson, 87 tons’ net, 7 I sr
tion, There is no evidence really Capt. Sealy, for British Guiana Queen. Selected out of several and Cheve . \ :
before you of malicious damage ta . hundred applicants, you have, ‘Ali England’? pe Cheyenne in Red, Brown and White.
e

the cloth. If you dismiss RATES OF EXCHANGE during the past six months, peen











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“You will have to bear in mind 73.4% pr. Ct oe Bankers 71.6 % pr. ments, such as how to ride a horse — — ' ’ . .
the evidence of the prosecut ere eet as. ee and Life Saving at sea. In short co WH
for it is on that evidence you sa pee ere amt "., and to save lives both by First Aid Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.
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PAGE SIX



Colonial Development And Welfare Grants

Total $852,003

APPROVAL by the Secretary of State for the Colo-
nies of 16 Development and Welfare grants totalling $852,-
003 was notified to the Comptroller for Development and
Welfare in the West Indies during January.

An important scheme benefiting Barbados, the Lee-
ward Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Windward
Islands is that for the establishment of the Eastern Carib-
bean Farm Institute, which is to provide instruction in the
science, method and practices underlying or connected
with agriculture in the Eastern Caribbean at an inter-
mediate level—i.e. at a theoretical level lower than that
required for the diploma of the Imperial College of Tropi-
cal Agriculture.

This scheme should in time further two years, a further grant
have a widespread effect in im- Oi ><0,8UU has ween approved.

proving the standards of peasant A grant of 962,990 has been au-
farming in’ all the participating torized to cover the estimated
colonies. A Development and Wel- expenditure up to the end of 1993
fare grant wil] find $264,000 to- of the empigyment of a construc-
wards initial costs estimated at tion engineer and staff in Anti-
$412,757 gua,

A further supplementary grant In Grenada, a small grant—
is approved under the scheme ¢$180—covers imereased cost of
originally made in 1944 for the jiving allowance paid to the

establishment and running of the Executive Housing Officer in

Central Cotion Station in Antigua, 1950,
to provide $26,846 to cover im- .
proved conditions of service for The approval of these grants .

the Ascistant Cotton Officer, the brings the total of Development
appointment-of a second Assist- and Welfare assistance to the
ant Cotton Officer end othyr British West Indies since the Ist
charges. April, 1946 to $22,526,854,

St. Vincent receives $5,002 for
the construction of a stud centre

.



in Bequia, one of the islands ir 5
the St. Vincent Grenadines de- Two Needed
pendencies.

Meteorological Services

For Highways
Department

The department remains with-|

Three substantial grants are ap-
proved for meteorclogical ser-
vices. One, for $280,018, covers »
proportion of the recurrent costs
of the newly established Briti h out the services of an Executive
OE ee ee youre, Enginger of the Additional Assist

3 well as thglv ‘or ot capital oA ye cell ag tng Sige for
equipment taken over by the which the latter was provided has
Serv.ce hain the United King~ yet somehow to be done.
Feourrent expenditure will ‘be ,Poviswn had alse been made
divided between the West Indian ior, and applucauious received wr

; ine posts of soreman Mecnanic

Kinedom Mit a Pie and Mechanical Storekeeper and

tion, "the Gener contrifsa ii Oe eee ——
; Le maae betore long.

416200 and the latter, strhjtc! The post of Personnel officer
tv review, $312,000. Two supjs¥e~ has not yet been filled.

mentary grants totalling $107,888 , sities
cover expenditure on the Service Meanwhile most of the rout ine
during 1950-1. work of the department for which

provision has been made will be

Two grants are made fo: :
Y al . 2.995 compieted by the end of this
Set Sever. WOR: S782 financial year.

to meet the revised cost of the

survey being carried out in the ‘Inere has been some interrup-
Leeward Islands, and $480 to tioa and aelay of mxiWaorailary
provide for the increased salary wii Cupilal Works tWrougn the
of. field assistant in British uuusuauy sarge amount of flood
Honduras. GCanmage 0 pe repaired an We
Stouaud area, and more recently

Social Services vy ule prioriey wiven to Seawel

; : nunway repaw, pul every ertor'l

Housing, education, and medi- j5 ussig mieae lo priag 4s much

research benefit from newl¥ work us possibie to compieuon
Approved schemes. In Antigua, 2 yy we sist march,

grant of $18,653 will enable the
government to buy a 1b-acre More particularly, work on the
tne new rosaus ana parking areas

site as an initial step in the re ‘ .
lief of slums conditions in Gar- a¢ Seawell 1s being siowea dow
because of tne priority work on

ley's Land,,St, John’s. St. Luci

receives $16,301 to extend the We Punway, me . bay
Colony’s teacher training scheme ‘At — Sr ae ates Housing
for an additional four months. A @°¢ ay

pcnemes,

supplementary scheme of $33,120
has been made to enable the gov+
ernment of Trinidad and Tobag¢
to continue its maria researe
scheme to the end of 1952.

The department has recently
received the two rollers provided
for in the qurrent financial year,
and these will soon be ready to
work. The Department now has
23 rollers of which 6 have been
purehased since its inception.

Government Appointments

The scheme under which a .
Financiel and Economic Advise. Most of nee are working
was appointed to the Windward The tenantry Road provision
Islands is due to ex in Sep- of $124,000 has been allocated and
tember. In order that the ap this year’s programme of works
pointment may be retained for 4 practically completed.



Jagan Admits

Importing Red
Propaganda

(from Our Own Correspondent)

GEURGETOWN, March 13.

Giowas ailended today’s meet-
ing of une Legisiature when the
aeoate opened on a motion by

Hon, Lionel Luckhoo = asking
Government to pronibit entry
ino we colony, of literature,

publeatons, propaganda or films
winch aré supversive or contrary



ju the public interest.

The debate quickiy shifted to
the operuilons of the leftist Peo-
pie’s Progressive Party headed
by Hon, Dr, Cheddi Jagan and
ius wife, and after three hours
adjourninént was taken until
Friday.

Luckiioe, speaking for 90 min-
utes made an impassioned plea
for the support of his motion as
a first step towards blocking the
operations of Communists in the
colony which he declared were in-
creasing daily. He displayed and

qnoted from scores of book:
snphiets, pulished in Mos-
cow, and emphasised that Mos-

cow was sending out | special
propaganda directed towards the
Caribbean,

From cther pamphlets he quo-
ted reports o P.P.P. sponsored
labour demonstrations which
talked of three-mile long parades
eo 6,000 hungry workers pro«
vsling against the cost of liv

and others with pictures of
Jagan shaking hands with top-
ranking Luropean Communists

Luckhoo also made reference
fo recent troubles with Com-
munists in the Jamaica P.N.P
and the whrning iscued by Albert
Gomes, that the Jamaica group
had planned to take over the

Caribbean Labour Congress.

Not Communist

Hon. Bob Lee, the next speak-
pr, declaréd that the PPP. was
not Communistic and assured the
House that it could never become
Communist with him inside it.

Lee felt the motion was badlv
worded and said he would have
supported it if it was plainly
stated that its object was to hen
the importation of Communist
propaganda, As worded, Lee felt

the Government would be able
any time to ban genuine trade
unien literature which he con-
sidered essential for the education
ot workers as to their responsi-
bilities and rights.

Asked by Governor if he
was proposing an amendment,
Lee said he was only throwing
out a feeler to the mover of the
motion.

Jagan held the floor for nearly
two hours after which the Coun-
cl adjourned.

Jagan charged that Luckhoo
was working in the interests of
capitalists and feared the growing
intluence of the P.P.P. among
workers, He _ freely associated
himself with Moscow, referring
often to “we” when speaking
about Russia,

No Revolutions

He quoted freely from Stalin,

Lenin, Marx and other prominent

Communists and declared that
Stalin did not desire to start
revolutions in other countries.

Jagan denied that the Communists
plan a revolution with guns, bu'
said he had dedicated his life
towards the liberation of Britist
Guiana’s workers by a revolutior
of ideas. He admitted “we” im-
port Communist propaganda bu!
denied the suggestion of fret
distribution.

He said ‘most was bought from
London bookshops at reduced
prices of merely a few
each and were sold cheaply to
workers. Jagan argued t as
the English worker was free to
read such propaganda, the Gui-
anese worker was also free to do
similarly and closed by an appeal
to the mover to withdraw his mo-
tion in the interest of the work-
ers,

Before the Council sat, P.P.P.
nembers headed by Mrs, Jagan
femonstrated outside the Guiana
Public Buildings carrying posters
with slogans opposed to the mo-
tion. When the Council ad-
journed at 5 p.m. crowds outside
increased to hundreds necessi-
tating foot and mounted police
guards as a precautionary meas-
ure,

Jagan received loud cheers on
leaving while Luckhoo took boos

th a big smile.

SUGAR FESTIVAL IN

SOs






can economy.—(1.N.P.)

FEBRUARY, i952.
General Supply
Due to tne comoisauen of the
crop and the continued § dry

weather, the situation has deleri-
crated rapidly during the month.

The derciency areas of nor
Bt. Lucy and northeast St, Peter
are already in the deplorable
state in which they were last
May. There is no piped water
during the daytime north of
Springhall (St. Lucy) and none at
fil, day or night, in the Boscobelie
area of north-east St. Peter. The
three water tank lorries are
meeting the situation as far as
possibie, but this can never be
more tham an unsatisfactory and
expensive means of supply. The
ampnitheatre of St. Andrew is
supplied up to an altitude of
approximately 300 feet above the
sea, in spite of the temporary pipe
crossing the slip in the hillside
above Foster Hall (St. Joseph).
This is about the only bright
spark—and it’s not very lumin-
ous,
Western Supply — Haymans

System

The pumips, whose shipment
was delayed for two months,
which, in view of the remarks un-
der “General Supply” above,
have turned out to be so vital,
arrived on the 27th and are in
the process of being installed.
This work is top priority, and 1)
concerned, both within the De-
partment and outside, are con-
centrated on it. This completely
mew system will require careful
“nursing” to full activity, but the
half million gallons per day, for
which it is designed, should prove
a godsend to the afflicted areas in
the north of the Island. It should
cure a very bad annual headache.

Determination of mean _ sea
level, and also precis levelling,
vetween Speightstown and the

new pumping station, shew that
at present the surface of the fresh
water in the new Haymans well
is about 10” above mean sea
level, indicating that there is a
layer of fresh water 33 feet deep
at the well site. Care has to be
taken to ensure that salinity is
not induced by excessive pump-
ing. This is one of the points
that will have to be carefully
watched.

Belle Electric Pumping
Station
The masonry work of the walls
should, with present progress, be
completed, in accordance with
schedule, at the end of March

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This is a story

maintain the
jtional style is,

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New World by Christopher Columbus.





a tale’ of adventure.
characters whom Mr. Hemingway
describes win their existence by
adventurous living. The overture
is dramatic, the succeeding scenes
pitch;
Hemingway's vigorous, unconven-

To Have
»t Ernest Hemingway

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



THE CARIBBEAN Sugar Festival of 1952 attracted many tourists to the Dominican Republic anxious
of witnessing the ceremonies marking the 469th anniversary of the introduction of the sugar cane in the
Photo shows Miss Trina Lluberes, of Trujillo City, Sugar Queen
1952, blessing with her cane sceptre the first cuttings of the year. Sugar is the basis of the Domini-



Monthly Report Of
Waterworks Department

The roof trusses have no:
but ime crane, CcuVv~
whole iength of the
has — as also Wwe
asuestOS rooling sheets. it woula
be aavisapie to complete the
rool betore laying the pipes, etc.,
in the pump room, but if the
trusses (ior Which an expeditor
has been sent) do not turn up by
ine end of Mareh, the pipe work
will proceed,
Belle Bridge
The 20-inch diameter arterial
main from the new Belle Pump-
ing Station to Grandview Reser-
voir is being taken ever the Belle
Gully on a bridge of single span,
110 feet, which it is proposed to
launch as a completed unit. The
jJaunch, during which no risks
can be taken, involves consider~
able preparation at the site. The
component parts of the bridge
are expected within two months,
Bridgetown Arterial Mains
The 18” main has completed
its journey from Belle Pumping
Station to the top of Spooners
Hill, — the 20” from Belle to
Grandview, with the exception of
the vicinity of Belle Gully, was
laid long ago, and its continua-
tion in 15” from Grandview to
Brittons is now proving tough.
The coral encountered is not of
homogeneous texture, which ren-
ders «blasting in a_ residential
area both diffieult and danger-
ous. The Highways & Transport
Department have assisted in the
loan of a large air compressor
and rock cutting machine.
Bottlenecks
more bottlenecks have
“exposed.” The 3”
pipe which runs from Welches
(St. Thomas) to St. Thomas
Church “supplies” several other
3” pipes. It is 2 miles long and
will have to be relaid in 6". The
main between Wildey Corner and
the Pine Development is com-
posed of 5”, 3”, 4” and 7” in that
order. The 3” and 4” must be
replaced with 6”, even if the 5”
and 7” are left in the ground.
It is only by “weeding out’!
undersirable and illogical com~-
binations that supply generally
will be improved. In addition, to
give an even and continuous sup~- |
ply over the Island, considerable
extension of the distribution sys |
tem will be involved. i
At present a missing link, in|
the Fort George system, past!
Canevale (Christ Church) is |
being laid with 6” pipes recover- |
ed from Rock Dundo (St. James).
They were laid in the past cen-

1952.
yeu arrived,
cring tne

pump room,

Two
been





and Have Not

of the Keys of

Florida. The romantic region of i
island and sea, tirough which the
Gulf Stream tlows, — the Keys,
Cuba, and the straits between—
provide a magnificent setting for

And the

and Mr.

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A {supremely adapted to the recount-
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facing you, in prominence, against
the western wall of this Hall wil) |
tell you much of the Schopl’s
origin, its tradition, and its found- |
er General Sir Christopher Cod-
rington. There stands the sea-|
horse of the Barbados Arms—atop
(the Maltese Cross symbolic of the
Knights of St. John on a back-
ground of white and silver. The
Crest, you may be interested to
know, was designed by Mrs. Sealy,
the wife of Canon Sealy for many
years Rector of this Parish. And
to keep the pattern of historical
sequence alive in our midst, you |
may note that it surmounts our
Inter-House Shield which was
given by the Hon, A. P. Haynes,
and that both these stand housed |
in a School Hall, to the building |
of which, Sir Laurie Pile con- |
tributed much, And so, our}
School’s tradition, linked up with
the lives of some of the oldest
families in Barbadian History,
lives on a perpetual testimony to
its ancient heritage. We know tha‘
tradition to survive must, in her
journey down the ages, trim her



the New School of thought ex-
pect it of us: yet neither School
would have this historic land-
mark with its associated ancient
memories perish, and both, I be-
lieve, trust and hope that this
Old School will live on to perform
its noble work of bringing togeth-
er boys from everywhere through-
out the social stratification of
West Indian culture in a truly
catholic atmosphere of general
goodwill. Yet as we look back we
know that we have changed,
though there be in us that which
changeth not: the Gospel of ser-
vice dedicated to us from the days
of our Founder, the unconquerabie
spirit ofsoptimism that was our
Chief’s live on with us still: and
still the Old School Block bears
the stamp of its ancient lineage.

P thought accept this, and they of
2

tury, but, after cleaning and tar-
ying, are quite sound. This link
not only improves the supply

along the top of the first cliff in And

Christ Church parish but will If nought of change to catch the casual
jorm an integral part of the new Yor ae 7

Hanson system between Brittons co Se VY te the paming- ome
and Christ Chureh, for which thé For the old order changeth, giving place
pipes are on order, This system, to new

As time doth show to all who take o

which is designed to incorporate lingering view

the lower parts of the present
Fort George zone and so give the
latter relief, should result in
better supply to the high points
of Christ Church Ridge, i.e. from
the 200’ contour upwards to the
highest point at 400’ on which the
reservoir is built.
Fire Hydrants

The set of plans of all fire
hydrants in Bridgetown, its sub-
urbs, Speightstown and Holetown,
has been brought up to date and
i¢ being handed over to the Fire
Officer,

Technical Advisory —
Committee

A further meeting of the
Waterworks Technical Advisory
Committee took place on the 12th
of the month, in regard to stand-
by plant for generating electricity the Saniary Department had tc
at the new Belle Pumping Sta- Pe called out to remedy a slight
tion. Enquiries have been made "UulSance at the entrance to the
with the Crown Agents in regard warehouse.
to a suitable second-hand plant. jj

This, nuisance was somewhat

unavoidable, it being caused by

LETTERS OF siege Ag .
ash sand from the sea below
ADMINISTRATION the Central Foundry Workshop,

IN the Court of Ordinary yester- caysin i
day, the Acting Puisne Judge His oa ee

Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor The wash water from the pipe,
granted the petition of Charles L. not being able to find an outlet,
L, Seale of St. George, for letters flooded along the gutter, as far
of Administration to the estate of up as Pierhead Lane at the en-
Williams E. Hopkins who died in trance to the Dry Dock where
America on July 13, last year. workmen had to place large blocks

The tition of Dorothy F. of wood to facilitate crossi
Marshall of Friendship Land, St. a eee

Michael, for letters of Administra- The trouble was remedied after
tiom to the estate of her husband the sand was cleared from the
Charles Marshall, was also drain which ran under and across

The Hon. Dr. H. G. Massiah,
Chairman of the Governing Body
moved an able vote of thanks and
said that he was glad that the
Government ad accepted the
Principle of the new library but
its implementation would have to

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By ROVING REPORTER

LOCAL legislators have been harping for some time
on the dire need in Barbados of a proper East Coast Road.
The Barbados Government has agreed in principle to the
construction of such a road but no initiative has yet been

shown

What is their problem ?

If it is the need of technical

people or the fear that the constant land slides experienced
in St. Joseph and St. Andrew will present insurmountable
difticuluies, the Joes River Estates in St. Joseph have sup-

plied the answer.

Under the supervision of Mr.
T. L. Harris, Civil Engineer, the
Management of the Joes River

Estates is carrying out an exten-
sive development programme of
road building and drainage, re-
grading and reclamation of land
at their estates. It is well under
way and already producing satis-
factory results,

The estimated cost of the pro-
gramme to the Joes River Estates
will be in the vicinity of half a
million dollars. Its purpose, to
stop partially soil erosion to arable
land and to facilitate the reaping
of crops—estate and peasant—in

the area. About 25 miles of tar
sand road will be constructed

throughout the estates.
The work began early last year
and it is already taking shape

Looking from Hackleton’s Cliff,
the net work of 16-foot roads
is picturesque. The system of

French and conduit drainage em-
ployed is indeed a masterpiece of
work,

In spite of the hardships un-
dergone by the workmen in cut-
ting and making roads through
hilly and folding St. Joseph,
akready about eight miles of road
has been finished—all to the coat-
ing of tar sand—and the system
of drainage proving to be effective.

The Programme

The programme includes Spring-
field, Joes River, Frizers, Mellows,
Dacres, Vaughns and Horse Hill,
all of which form part of the Joes
River Estates’ At Joes River,
Springfield, Mellows and Frizers,
the running of roads are mainly
for the general development of
the estates while at Dacres,
Vaughns and Horse~ Hill, the land
will be divided up into lots for
sale to the workers of the estates
Water pipes will be run through-
out the last three estates,

It took me two hours a day this
week to travel through the area
that is being developed. At



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Tennis Tournament

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS
Ladies’ Single
Miss G. Pilgrim beat
Worme 6—1; 6—0.
Men's Singtes
J. D. Trimingham beat D. I.
Lawless 6-3; 6—4 00.0 0. ou
D. E. Worme beat S. P. Edghili
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Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and P. Mc.
G. Patterson beat Miss Eileen
Bowen and J. W. McKinstry 6- -3;
6—3

Mrs.

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
Ladies’ Single
Miss Pilgrim vs. Mrs. Legge.
Men's Singles
| C. B. Sisnett vs. V. N. Roach.
J. D. Trimingham vs. F. D
Barnes
Ladies’ Doubles

Mrs. Gibbons and Mrs. Barnes

* ws. Miss Hudson and Miss M
.» Wood

Mrs. P. McG. Patterson and

Mrs. Bancroft vs. Mrs. J. Con-

nell and Mrs. A. O’N. Skinner
Mixed Doubles
Miss D. Wood and Dr. C. G
Manning vs. Mr. and Mrs. D. E.

Worme.
Men’s Doubles
S. P. Edghill and J. H. C.
Edghill vs. G. O’N. Skinner and
I. J. Niblock.



Enenty Losses

WASHINGTON, March 14.
The army estimated enemy
military casualties in Korea at
1,614,710 through Marah 6. This
was 16,868 more than the previ-
ous estimate on February 19.
The total included 1,153,965
battle casualties 328,494 estimated
non-battle losses and 13,225
counted prisoners of war.

—U-P.

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Springfield, road workers were
busy putting down boulders on a
quarter-mile long road while a
roller did the levelling.

Here a system of subterranean
conduit drainage is used for the
purpose of reclaiming land for the
planting of crops and the running
of a road. River water in the
area had taken away enough of
the soil into the sea to cause a
10-foot chasm in a field, dividing
the field into two.

Concrete cylinders are bein
laid down in the chasm to iva
off any water under a bridge
reinforced concrete. The drain
will be about 250 feet long. When
it is completed, boulders will fill
in the remaining part of the chasm
and layers of mould will be spread
down to complete the reclamation
of land. A road will be .down
over the drain so that will
see the water flowing under the
bridge.
Stopping Landslides

In order to prevent the land
from slipping, a series of French
drainage has been used all along
the quarter-mile of road. The
water from the fields, after heavy
rains, or from a river, percolates
through boulders to the sea at
Bathsheba. In some areas, bam-
boo will be planted to stop soil
erosion. A good job is being done
at Springfield.

At Dacres, a more _ intricate
system of French underground
drainage is being used owing to
the fact that the area is more hilly
and the land is folding more than
at Springfield. A road is now
under construction while a D7
caterpillar is making mounds into
graded ground.

Building Project

The area being regraded by the
caterpillar neeaed expert tackling
lor tne workmen to be successful
Alter a few yards of cutting into
tne mouid, tne caterpillar would
be halted by a 50 or 60 foot drop
in the land and a mound would
rise sharply atter. Except for a
“table” of hard clay which now
has to be removed, the area is
graded.

The regraded portion of land
will be used for seaside resorts
and not for the planting of crops.
It slopes down to Bathsheba Road
giving a vantage point for good
scenery and an excellent view of
the Atlantic. Another road ad-
joining that now under construc-
tion will join the Bathsheba Road.
Other subsidiary roads will be
built as conveniences to the sea-
side resorts.

Soil erosion at Dacres is being
checked by the use of subterranean
drains which help to get rid of
water coming down from Hackle-
ton’s Cliff. Bamboo will be plant-
ed all along the water course and
land strip area,

Hard work and determination
resulted in the construction of the
Frizers Bridge. I understand from
enquiries made that the labourers
had to head the material and
equipment for constructing the
bridge down the rocky and rugged
hill side to the spot where the
bridge now stands. Made of rein-
forced concrete and having a 40-
foot span, the Prizers Bridge pro-
vides a road over Frizers River
which is a part of Joes River. The
bridge has not been entirely com-
pleted neither is the road adjoin-
ing it which is mainly for the us?
of lorries loading sugar cane from
the surrounding fields.

Land Reclamation
Slight reclamation of land and
heavy cylindrical drainage is be-
ing carried out at Vaughns. A
road is being built for the devel-
opment of the area. Horse Kill
has a network of roads. Devel-

opment of this estate was the
easiest part of the problem.
The engineer will have many

years of steady work before the
programme is completed, After the
crop, the roads which are already
finished and being used at present
by lorries hauling canes will begin
to get their final coat of surfacing
material,

Extensive cocoanut cultivation
will be done on some of these
estates and this no doubt will
assist the checking of soil erosion.

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THE FOREGROUND which was once a range of mounds,



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



“table” of land will be removed by the caterpillar.

Policy Discuss
TAIPEH, Formosa,

March 14,
French Charge D’Affaires Joseph

Siguret is reported carrying on
discussion with the Nationalist
Chinese Government on _ policy

toward Indo-China.

Siguert was said to be sounding
out the Nationalists on what their
position would be if the Chinese





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CONDUIT DRAINAGE at Springfield, St. Joseph.



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was graded by a D-7 Caterpillar. The

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fices to be endured by the
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morning by Governor

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at St. John’s and reported
experiencing of heavy seas
St. Lucia and the loss of
of gasolene,
vil.

: Having discharged the
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Antigua bound for St
St. Kitts under ballast

kerosene and

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“WITCH” BEATEN

TLALNEPATLA Mexico,

Mr Josefa
wood in the
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Baez said the man who 1
sought iccused the old
of putting the “evil eye”
bers of his family
after beating her

pinosa
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was
forest
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border as “volunteers” at the side , IT oT T
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bels (From Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, March 14. * Ree
According to a reliable source Hon. E. M. Gairy, said here s a
Nationalists maintain that tneir today he intends to visit St. Lucia *
position in relation to the Chinese ynext Tuesday as a result of his »
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The passenger liner “Golfito”
arrived here frqm Trinidad to take
38 passengers to the U.K. She an-
chored in port at daybreak and
left for England around 10 a.m

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PAGE EIGHT,

CLASSIFIED ADS.



PERSONAL










The put "we
TELEPHONE 2508. ‘ ‘ to o “
rie lettitcanenc mel tai eteciiocs ame a _— w ir k 1
' est ible

For Births, Marriage or E gement . , , ing y bt or debt “
ennouncements in Carib Calling the FOR SALE by a W no der signed by nv
charge is $3.90 for any number of words DFIONTON WPERE
ap to SO and 6 cents per word for each - = ee neem Je r
‘dditional werd. Terms cash. Phone 2508 St. Michac
oetween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death AUTOMOTIVE 14.3 52
Nott fter 4 om i
tee 2 The public are hereby warned against.








CAR—Morris Oxford,















































































_--__ giving credit to my wife, MABLE ONITA
oan VAUGHAN (nee WORRELL) as I do not
DIED ee ee et . Jhold myself responsible for her or any-
Memerslaee he," teks CAR—1952 Ford Consul, mileage under} one else contracting any “debt or debts
BRATHWAITE On March 14, 1952,] 2,000 miles. Will accept best offer ove: is. my ee = by a written order
Eleazor Bratt te, J.P. former | $2,500.00. App! Ralph Beard, Lower} â„¢8ned by ane ie ciel 3
Vestryman of Joseph's Parish.| Bay Street. Phone 5010, after heturs 8657 ¥ ¢ A. ¥ AUGHAN,
His funeral le his late residence 15.3.52—2n Martindale's Road
“Louisville”, Ce Gully, St. Joseph - s Mich
at 4.30 this afternoon for St. Josepn GAR—One i1) Prefect 15,3.
Parish Church nivel condition, (4) very good tyres ete. apply —
Rev Bindley Brathwaite (son).}to M. C. James, c/o Bata, Swan
c een Brathwaite, Edna Nicholls, 5.3.5 . geg’ . ~ ’
or acatrontk (daughter) 4 i i ti RSEae SALES
Wreaths can be sent to Self Help} CAR—197 Ford Suber dé Luxe V-8 & “
Enterprise Lt unera, arlour, | Excellent condition. Always owner driven a canes _
Tweedside Raad Ring 4433 or 8635. C. B. Jackrhan. REAL ESTATE
- 13.2.52--t.f.n, as
IN MEMORIAM a ——| ALL (THAT Tenantry known as
+ Sh CAR—-1947' Woilsiey 8 good condition] “Aiking Tenantry’ outaining about Six
a throughout, done ony; 15,000" miles. | Acres of land situated at Eagle Hall.
WELCH—In loving memory of Mise} Owner leaving Island. Gooding Dundas, For pariculars and terme and conditions
Matilda Welch, who was called to re The Crane, St. Philip 12.3.52—3n. | of sale apply to the undersigned

March 12th 1947.
When the shadow of death fell upon
her we sorrowed,



The above will
Office on Friday
1962 at 2.30 pm

at or

Mar

set up for sale

CARS—i950 Morris Minor Tourer, 8,000 the 2ist day of

miles; 1950 Morris Miner Saloon, 13,000







sut ye rejoice that she rest in | miles; 1938 Ford V8 Drophead Coupe. CARRINGTON & SEALY

. staat ee Excellent condition; 1939 Dodge Coupe: . - arin Sttset ¥
Ever to be remembered by her god- [1938 Chrysler Sedan; 1947 Hudson Sedan i2. 2. f2--9n

daughter Mrs, E Joseph Griffith, J 14.000 miles. Fort Royal Garage” Ltd., ¢
augn ’ ° . oa aa? ce eeeeieeeeetinteesneneineeeseniesibinisntiienne
Griffith (friend). 15,3.52--1n, | Telephone 4504 __© 3 524". RULDING SPOT: A desirable build-
perdi Nehdmamencrmeminectnonatieatie “Seieeaie et oe ee i tuated at Brittons Hill next
CHEVROLET CAR 1937 Model—in very} ("% Spot st
to Mr. Maurice Cave, overlooking the
> s_'s good condition and reasonably priced h

: RTES ARA Rockley Golf Course and Navy Gardens,
FORK EN . ce th mam Foie = $2.—6n | Consisting of approximately 17,000 sq. ft.
For further particulars, apply John
HOUSES AUSTIN VAN—One (1) 10 H.P. Austin] W. Corbin, c/o T. Geddes Grar t. Ltd
Van in good working order. Phone } Phone 4442. 8.3.52—13n



4821, D. V. Scott & Co., Ltd.
13.3.52—t.f.n.

————

BEACH COTTAGE on St. James Coast, BARBAREFS HOUSE—That destrabic




























































BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PUBLIC NOTICES | BARBADOS TURF CLUB

neste

EDUCATIONAL |





SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952
a LS

ANNOUNCEMENTS CORRESPONDENT DIES





enti tt etl dna ie oe
MEN PRY |. FASHION BOOKS—The New 1 LONDON, March 14.
LODGE SCHOOL | PAYMENT OF PRIZES MARRISON COLLEGE ENTRANCE | French and, Spanish Journals \ities in| Alexander Clifford, 42, chiet
| summer w : ’ Maneoaetenteyaliatnn i
i parents whe have net yet} 6d. Consolation, Cash Prizes, 2/« EXAMINATION 195° COpY register Your name now. At your ;LUTOPean correspondent for th
h inst ae Our books clase eg'ane| Stand Sweep, Pari-Mutuel and The Examination will take place durin | Ebony Sheen Mr, RG. Noble Cro | long it oo
t oiet Mare iéne * eens 9°! Forecast: Competition Prizes will} guy’ Ail’ apbnenets patep ee guring Upper Reed Sireet’"” "*Y Street, or at |long illness. pee
Parents are reminded that Seheel fees|be paid on and from Monday 17th} waiting lst forms pon the i =
are payable in advance, and any hoy Si d Serial Prizes | Headmasters Office. These m doy soins - a al
hose fees are not paid by tha gun instant. Horses an turned completed before the Sist May. ———_———-— ——— -—~

on ahd from Monday 24th instant.
| Payment will be from 12.00 noon
to 3.00 p.m. daily.

may he refused admittance to the Sehoo!,
L. T. PARMER,
Secretary & Treasurer,



eee ein, A. LEWIS,
NOTICE 14.3.52.—2n.

}
IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the ins |
tention of the Vestry of the Parish of
“Saint John of this Yelattd to exuse to be
introduced into the Legislature of this
Ieend @ Bill authorising the «aid Vestry
to raise a loan not exceeding £2,500 to
ensble the snid Vestry to purchase a}
Perce! of dand at Gall Wit, St. John.
gnd to erect thereon o communal Ba:
and Latrine
Dated this i4th day of Mareh, 1952
CARRINGTON & SEALY,

HOUSING

No appliestion for a previous year re-
maing valid, but a new form for 19f2
must be compieted

be accepted who



GOVERNMENT NOTICES



BOARD



APPLICANTS FOR POST OF RENT COLLECTOR
AND MAINTENANCE CLERK.

No candidate wii!
is under
months on the ist September.

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

9.3.$2-an| TENDERS FOR THE TRANSPORT OF MILK POWDER, BISCUITS.
SOAP, E.C., CLEANSER AND MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT

|FOR THE NUTRITION SCHEME TO THE PUBLIC ELEMENTARY

SCHOOLS OF THE ISLAND.



years 6

Tenders are invited for the transport of Milk Powder, Biscuits,
Soap, E.C., Cleanser and miscellaneous equipment for the Nutrition
Scheme of the Department of Education to the Public Elementary
Schools throughout the island during the following school terms

a 5th May to Ist August, 1952

eens pe vey Applications are invited for the post of Rent Collector and >. an —— ‘. -_ ong W520
_ 15.3.5%%0. | Maintenance Clerk, Housing Board. ; ry to pril, 1953.

Public Official Sale

| (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904) ennum,
(1904-0) & ao)
On Priday the 2ist day of March 1962
at the hour of 2 o’eloek In the aft
will be sold ot my office to the highest
bidder for any sum not under the apprais-
valite
Ail thet certain piece of Land eon-
taining by admeasurement 28.6 hes
Sttuate at Bath Village, in the Parish of
Christ Church butting and bounditig on
lends

od

now or late of one Clarke. on a



lene called Spotia







The salary of the post, which is non-pensionable and terminable
by one month’s notice on either side, will be at the rate of $912 per
annum, plus a temporary Cost of Living Allowance of $128.40, per

Applications, stating age, educational qualifications and experi-
on | ence, together with copies of testimonials, should be addressed to the
Manager and Secretary, Housing Board, the Garrison, and will be ante
accepted up to 4 p.m. on the 19th March, 1952.



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS (RESTRICTION) ACT, 1939



The estimated fortnightly deliveries are 400—650 cartons of Bis-
cuits of 24 Ibs. each, 125—300 containers of Skimmed Milk Powder
of 56 lbs, each, 150—200 gallons of E.C. in one-gallon bottles.

_ The following items are delivered during the first fortnight of
each of the three school terms :—

1,000—1,200 bars of soap
1,400—1,600 tins of cleanser
3,000—5,000 rolls of toilet paper
Miscellaneous nutrition equipment
ies must be taken from depots in Bridgetown, and must be
according to the requirements of the Schools during the
tioned above. The delivery of Milk Powder, Biscuits





15.3,52—1n.



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» and on two isides The Governor, in exercise of the powers conferred on him by|and £.C must be completéd within thre
> ; satel ‘ VC, e days,
bathing, quiet, All meal 4 nibitiacstiidhipemar nai residence st Barbarers Hill, St, Michael,|on the Public Road, together with the ‘ { sue . :
vorvieee supplied torn shits house. Own VAUXHALL VELOX MODEL CARS- standing on 2 acres 13.5 perches of land mebranpe or Dwelling Houses, Buildings, — ae of Sees te 8 Imports (Restriction) Act, 1939, Tenders must cover all requirements of the schools during terms
Telephone. Suitabl married le, | These 1/18 Seale and are Powered |The house contains 4 bedroon with ©, appraised ag follows:- ere makes the followin rder :— ‘ bs :
($25.00) per day Atnéiicen Vian fer ave by we Oy cell batteries. Forward and} dressing rooms attached, drawing, dining |, The whole property appraised _.to , y This Ord ee . he E ‘ ai be Clien- listed above, ang must reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later
people. Apply: Beachlands, St. James or| reverse gears. Only limited numberfand all other usual rooms. Kithen. et Seren ae a ae 1, iS Order may cited as the Exports an mpo than 12 o’clock noon on Saturday, the 29th March, 1952.
% ” . ame . . ane . prance Farag > { 30 >
ee OF Se ee eee een Lentestd Steer nhc. So emel™. , MSPS LEE jdm te der eer [eral Oba Mimert Tédenes) (Mbvosstion) Coder, 1008. Tenders must be marked “Tenders for transport of Biscuits, Milk
FLAT—2nd. Flat at Para, St, Lawrence| ————— =F iaatalled, wind mill. orchard containing }WNEOE Be fh. 2. The Exports and Imports (General Open Import Licence) | powder, Soap, E.C. Cleanser and miscellaneous Nutrition equipment
Gep—Furnished—Refrigerator—Long term many variety of fruit trees garden ete ; ; rt ‘pos pa a Order, 1951, is hereby revoked. to the Public Elementary Schools.”
tenant preferred. Phone 8434. ELECTRICAL For inspection to view Phone Mrs. [et purchase ; 7 ; >
15.3.52—2n Bellamy 8365. 8.3.52—t.f.n 7S. Se. ; “ bd or (Opes) Deeatt Licence, dated the 6th day The person whose tender is accepted must be prepared to furn-
ar 7 wad 0 ecem ber. 1s ereby cancelled. 3
——__ | “ghe, brand new mE hE Ke © Provost Marshal's Office. ’ _ 7. " ish sureties for the due performance of th n :
Dial pase he Hesch,. “St, Péter. | “Fercipaine—Almont news Fer duriher ge ager ge ag eos Nag arg ae gg 4. The provisions of this Order shall not apply in respect of The Govetanient deus mak Bind iteete oF ed Pa Sls
S v2 : . o: . a
—— | Particulars call 4792. 1-3-5210. | sized livjag room, opth verandyly Bitchen “3.2 <" ‘the importation of any goods which are shown to the satisfaction tender P pe oe ONY
MODERN ith a Land utility room. Garage, laundry, : : : :
gto ae DURNISHED Reatealntas ONE COOLERATOR—Owen T. Alider, | eervant roome and storage room under NOTICE ef the Controller of Supplies to have been ordered by or consigned 12th March, 1952.
For further particulars. Apply to Alma| "ebuck Street, Dial 3299. On attractive hillside site, Rockley New to any person in this Island on or before the thirteenth day of March,
Lashley No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. atntliepapentin to | BONG. A. Barnes & Co,. Mae sete | USTACE cascorane | 1952
23.2.52—t.f.n. “ , ANIEL EUSTACE GASCOIGNE ; \
LIVESTOCK — anette ‘ BRATHWAITE Made by the Governor this thirteenth day of March, one thou-
STRATHALLAN-Rocklay: Furnishec wera. ee tee ences oe Cocsened sand nine hundred and fifty-two
Flat with Linen, Cutlery: on the sea ONE HEIFER—4 teeth, due to calffias the Almair Home. Suitable tor tne | NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that «i , ) ‘ :
Dial 8460 15.3.52-2n | March 26th. Telephone 3226. ness site, Offers to be sent in by the | persons having any debts of claims upon By His Excellency’s Command,
“WAWRALEVoGhe Gh Doe be —14.3.53—2n, J 2ist be ai = t? ~ a an W. Scott. lor affecting the estate of Daniel Eustic: R. N. TURNER orga enim esi
* GH Beach, St, Peter. Woodside, Bay Stree —_ ,,° | Gascoigne Brathwaite deceased late, of “oo ¢ NTRRA TRALIA
Dial 95268. 18.3.52--2n. | PUPS—Three-quarter breed Labradors. ‘D [Dayrelis Road in the parish of Christ Colonial Secretary. mOTTAL AAD ame ‘uve
Phone 8289, 15,.3.52—2n, “NON PAREIL , Balmoral Gap, F Hastings, ak le wee in aaa Tone 14.3.52,.—2n (M.A.N.Z. LINE) Tho MV. “DAERWOOD” will
, meaty . 4 ’ ay oO ‘ebruary re e| ae % ee accep! TEO al issengers for
standing on 22,137 square feet of land quired t d i ticulars of their it. * ade
WANTED MECHANICAL The house contains four bedrooms. [Elsie duly attested to me the upder aac fa Agta rete end, 20 sail Sha Aruba. Date ce eatin ne
, Ss, wat ' plectric lig * 2,
ing Inteckhout secvepin’ route pad gariae. (ee Siete anata on cork: BARBADOS GENERAL HOSPITAL March 3rd, ‘Sydney March 10th, Bris-|() Pe Notified.
HELP ePARTIAZER DISTRIBUTOR a Mas- Inspection by appointment, phone 9 {the 8th day of May. 1952 after which | bane March sind Service at, Frtaiied L whe A/V.’ “cammenh? wit
y-Harris product. in me for ie The above wi se set up for * | date hall ed to distribute the 7 ne ri r
lication of your Fertilizers—COUR- at public competition at 2 p.m. on Fri- cae ut a tebe ena er parties TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES, a oe 35th. | Tagine KReiS eae
Assist = Montserrat | TES GARAGE, Dial 4616. Gay the 2ist day of March at the Office | entitied thereto having regard to the n- addition to general cargo this ves- Wok she St RG Dee
aa Kedtaxt a wae $3.62 —6n Yor 'ime undersigned then have ‘had notiee, and that tsha{ , SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12|¢l,has ample space for chilled and hard |} Nevis and St. Kitts. Date 0
' 3 * Cc > SE then have had notice, and that I shali '
agement livestock essenti; ei : * 7: U th ih il,
to manage cotton lime ane? By a ae fs yatiable | (e tamed Lucas Street. not be Mable for assets 90 distritnited o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th March, 1952, for supplying articles Laie” ree anf Pa ne The M/W. “MONEKA” will
Provided. Apply ystating experience and] ¢''", “uve tranaport Width eCowriesp | 7:8:88—20n ty ‘ to any person of whose debt or or.) in the following lines for a period of six months from (st April, | British Guiana, Leeward and Windward accept Cargo and Passengers for
salary required "15 Box 221, Plymouth, Danie” Bat anne $3 08-00 § eegae rar OPPORTUN! nity 10 com cor meunes notice at the time 1952 Islands, career es ers eens ate
‘ontserrat, B.W.1, 13.3. 52—6n, Sarai ; SFIZE ae 7 For further particulars apply — levis a . itts, dling
Naeem en SEIZE LIVING PLEASURE; SEIZE IT | “And all persons indebted to the said .
MAN, GER—Required for the Grenada ae Sigs pete ed Lee STONE BUNGALOW on sea coast, eitate are requested to settle their ac- (1) FRESH BREAD. FURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD sional. nie
Sugar Lid. A Genetal Manager, (Oe. Play aig ete ooo Ane BABI st. James, Containing open verandah, |ounts without delay. (2) ALCOHOL. iy 4 os Nirsl iia ites casei
A nts Mast supply Giedenticis ee ee | trawing and dining room. # bed rooms, |” "Dated this Ist day of March, 1988. 3) COFFINS. TRINIDAD. '_ ASSOCIATION [INC.)
sta experience, age and salary re.) a SHINE wash basin in rooms, kitchenette, toilet COURTELEY IFILL, (3) , and providing HEARSE for the burial of the and Consignee. Tele. No. 4047
quired, . 138 ik ONP JONES SEWING MACHIN 7. ,and bath, servants room; and garage Qualified Executor, dead at the Westbury Cemetery DACOSTA & CO., LTD., a
a | ice 10 oeaeae sience” Ow Mgt: | standing on 4208 sar. Pah Panini ene eee (4) PURE FRESH MILK, bet 200 and 250 pints a a Sennett =
cebuck Swe F BUNGALOW at Pine Estate, containing Rrathwaite, 4 ween an pints a day] — a
15.3,52—1n. i c n
side verandah, drawing and dining room, deceased,
MISCELLANEOUS Se mm Hs hed thos, Waih.basin in rooms, hall, 1.3,52—8n only. J
Aiden) 31d RO ee eee ae tat kitchenette with built in cupboards Forms for the respective tenders will be supplied on application
\vammmunantnictesesi ‘ ect. *[ toilet and bath, servants room and
SRY CLA Wanted Boy's second-hanr 15.3.82—1n garegs, mending on about 9,000 sqr. ft sirpatains OTR Sosy to the Secretary of the General Hospital and tenders will not be e
leyele, good condition, Call 8496. 7 ee eee PROPERTY -- Three roofed house I enterta
15.8.52—2n, | RUCK T1P-END HYDRAULIC HOISTS. } situated in Dayrells Road, has open stone PARISH OF SAINT MIC tertained except they are on forms supplied by the General Inc.
nase Te PT eaieaes ota ye te | verandah, drawing and dining room, 3] SEALED TENDERS tn gate Hospital.
TRACTOR — W. D, 9 Inte: ae ew , 7 ‘©, Dial bed rooms, kitchenette, toilet and bath, | marked on the — envel
ee ana Apply R me aei6. servants room, and garage; standing on Ree abit te ‘Suu aeeevas by ail nc coe en must submit at the time of tendering letters ‘
, Cliff, St John. mrt 1/8 of acre, lerk of the Ves! o other
a9 19.3.62—n. | ,ZRACTOR/TRAILER = TYPE GRASS] BUILDING SITE, at Navy Gardens |noon on Thursday the Hu aay of March. | wittingn persons known to possess property, expressing their NEW YORK SERVICE
MO) + cut—also available for ty1,000 sar. ft. And many other pro- }for the undermentioned in puch w ess to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the A STEAMER sailed 7th Mareh — arrives Barbados 22nd March, 1952
operating from Tractor Power Take-off perties and small houses, Guantitfes as may from time to tinte be | gontract, A STEAMER sails 28th Mareh — arrives Barbados 11th Apri 1952 >
BARBADOS CIVIL SERVICE —COURTESY GARAGE, Dial, #6. EBONY REALITY & COMMISSION ordered for one year commencing on the . bee Gonitebe ana hol iid . : 4
—6n, - AGENCY, |ist, April next, ‘erm: e et and any further particulars may be obtained o- —-——~
Marhill Street, Dial 5001, FRESH MILK .
ASSOCIATION MISCELLANEOUS ek FAbSH BEBAD on application at the General Hospital. 13.3,52—3n. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
eT RT a renntieemenemmncsinsat Tee, Pesson MROene mutt aera in S.S. “TRYA" sailed 7th March arrives Barbados 2ist March, 1952
cated “icin aa ee ne .s. , eek . f i
NOTICE OF . , AQUARIUM—All glass. Size 30x12x11 a letter, along with the Tender, signed s o'




























complete with reflector, Can be
purchased sé@parately or stocked with
oe and Tropical Fish, Archie Clarke,
one 5146, 14.3, 52—6n,

arene tna tr itendaee
BIBLES from 4/- up. Testaments 18c.

There will 4 ballot for the election
of a Vice-Pre: mt, and five members to
serve on the Council of the Association
for the year 1952-53, at the Legislative
Council Chamber, Public Buildings on
Saturday, 15th March, 1952, between the

AUCTION

in

I_will sell on FRIDAY 14th at 2 p.m,
at Messrs, McEnearney's Garage one (1)
1935 Ford V-8 Car damaged in accident.
ONE VAUXHALL 14 H.P











hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m, re each, Books & Text Cards. Bible House, TERMS CASH ERPAN CAR,
The following persons have been nom.| °5 Tudor Street. R. ARCHER McKENZIE
om a 14.3,.52—6n Auctioneer.
vice- ident: — ~— $9.3
Ww. a DOUGLAS COTTON—Raw Cotton for — stuffing ib band Seti ace: .
Cc. R. C. SPRINGER Mattresses and Upholstery. Apply Bar. fur instructions from the Fire Insunance
Members of Couneil:— bados Knitting & Spinning Co., Spry St. fco. I will sell by auction on Thursday
F, ¥, BARKER 15.3.52—2n. | next 20th March at 2 p.m. at Fort Royal
Cc. . COPPIN vas penne peter meee ~~ | Garage (1) New Morris Car damaged in
H COULSTON BOUREHOLD EQUIPMENT of aliPaecident. Also. (1). five ° neeuges
* F. L. Cozimr {| deseription, Owen T. Allder, Roebuck [Chrysler in perfect. v orking order, (1)
F. “G. DOWNES ~] Street. Diat - a299, ! In: | Dodge Pickup, and (1) two seater’ V-%
L. T. GAY TRI Re Ae earner . Ford. All the above can be inspected at
A. G. JORDAN MAHOGANY |TREES--Apply S. W.]the above garage, ‘Terms ah
A. E. LEWss McConnay, Newbury, St George, | D'ARCY A, SCOTT
ze 2 mona * 15,3.52-~1n, Auctioneer
‘s z a aa
F. G. TALMA NEW TORNADO KIT—Complete with ei al aise e ndibtod e
Mr. R. P. Parris was also ttominatea | Ma8t_and Boom $300 Telephone:



from Mrs. N. O, Hulse
her

By instructions

Adams 91-61 or enquire Yacht Club, I will

to serve on the Council but has with- sell at residence “Maris{o’’































draarn., 5.3.52-6n Merwe Coast on Wednesday next }\t!
L. A. HALI. ee nner a March beginning at 12.30 p.m, her en|ice
General Secretary. RIMBELLISHERS — In chrome, for}iot of household. furniture whic h
Bee 560544: Vauxhall Velox 15” rim only. Beautify cludes:—Mah China Cabinet, Moevri
ce Car with these attractive wheell chairs with spring filled cushions, M ih
Ww AS rims, Courtesy Garage 4391. Radio and centre tables, Mah. Settee,
ANT TO SELL ‘ F > 15,8.52—8n Beritwood euics, Small carpet,
; - ardrobe, paint iressing table, La iv
A GOING CONCERN Scenes of the Lying in-state and Fu- desk, ten’ sets, silver a cram
heral procession of King George VI freezer, (3) bedsteads with mattre
18e. each or 6 for 4/-, Knights Ltd. painted tables, and other iten ot
One well establishea * as 4 15.3.52—3n. Finterest. Terms cash
business ¢ 40 years series YEP S Bicycle tyres & tuber, 26 x 1% pees Alietice
in the of ~ and * 1% Dunlop Roadster, Ys x 11, 15 3.
ideally Dealers in Tndia fuber LAURIE DASH®& Co., Tucior rr
1 St. Phone 5061. ey
Genera’ 7 at 15.3.52—3n, .
For further particulars UNDER THE SILVER
Apply: X.¥.P. WI YRES—Gilt Edged B.T.R, lorry and HAMMER
passenger car tyres at very reasonable
C/o The Advotate Co. prices. See them at our showroom, K. R. By recommendations of Lioyds A
15,.3.52—3n. , unte & Co, Ltd. Dial 5136. we will sel on TUESDAY the 141
. 15.3.52—11n ome ier 17 High Street;
2, - Sewing Machine, 1 Baby Grand f
Seecesooseceesseeess 959999950905 soauenen a HADENSA OINTMENT 17 Car Batteries, 1 Set Chambe
WHY SUFFER?” Hadensa the new} 4: hocolate’ Wars, @4 coon.
Sh ocem Ointment for Haemorthoids, wie yeaeeee ee $4 Easter J
: % | Immediate rellet from pain and bleeding. | Goous in Seu Powder, 75 Bot
} Obtainable from all Drug Stores, Haerviten Se gaa . A ot Ci .
in € ‘es, ° Kes Astoria 2
: 12.3,52-—7n, Coal Stoves, Khaki Drill, ics
NG MATERIAL & EXPAND-| UK Spun.
ae, Training ING AlL.—Electrodes, brass and steel Sale: 12.30 o'clock. Terms CASH
4 y.0. filly ro Prpenairey metal. from 3/4” tof BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO
ve quire uto ‘yre Company, ti $ "
WATERBELL Trafalgar & Spry Streets. Phone » 06. eaeey 5.3,52—2
13.3.52—t.f'n eT
wee GOVERNMEN|
. LOST & FOUND NMENT NOTICE
ee e
J. D. CHANDLER aT Sioa!
isa ks st LOST At a meeting of the Directors
.3.52—3n. of the Barbados Government
_ eat be Wednesday between | Savings Bank, held ca Wednesday
SSS Gage. A‘ pair oF spectacien in corn] ee 12th “Match, 1952, it was
FOR SALE leather case. Finder please return to}@STeed to increase the limit on
the Rev. J. Burrows, St. Aumustin, st. | deposits from $1,440.00 to $2,400.00



George or Advocace Office. With effect as from the 1th of
bins ae 14.3,52—3n] March, 1952.
B. S. A. Motor Cycles LONDON CHAMBER OF a ar oe
just received a shipment SUMMER EXAMIN eniders
R EXAMINATIONS *‘} Sealed Tenders ‘plicate
of 1 + hp. Call early i 1952 marked on the "envelope “eokee

secure one.
Showroom - -

REDMAN & TAYLOR'S

Entries for the Summer Exam-
inations, 1952, of the London
Chamber of Commerce must reach

for winding and keeping in repair
the Public Buildings Clock" will
be received at the Colonial See-




tary’s Offic >
the Honorary Secretary, Local] +<\@"y are jeg te Pm: On
GARAGE LTD. Education Committee, London ete t March, 1952, for wind-
15.3.52—3n. ‘Chamber Jot Commerce, at thet! eeping the Public Build- |
os ear ings Clock in repair, jn accord-
j Educaion, Garrison,| ance with the Conditions of Con-
not later than Monday, the 17th tract to be seen at the Publi
March, 1952. | Works Department ge
ORIENTAL | sisi; Pa conn
. | Is pril, 1952
PALACE For each Single Subject $1.68)' Each Tender ust be com-
Certificate Stage— panied by a lette: med by tv
For each Single Subject, ; persons knowr to pe =e5s proper-
HEADQUARTERS FOR except Foreign | the party fonacnn soe
SOUVENIRS Languages ........... $2.28) ° arty tendering, the )sun
FROM INDIA, CHINA & For each Foreign Language 4.00 at uae SOF eee
CEYLON For each School Certificate 1 ePhe Gornance of the contract
; of Commercial Education 12.00} jtsei¢ tage overt the } tad xe Hs
Higher Stage— aa ee
THA N | S For each Single Subject, Portes information can be ob-
except Foreign Languages 3.00! tained fro 1 the Colonial Enginee
Pr. Wm. Hy. St. Dial 3466 Department of Education, Pifblic Work ieee =
Ist March, 1952 1





by two properly qualified persons (not
being members of the Vestry), stating
their willingness to become bound with
the Tenderer in the event of their Ten-
der being accepted for the due fulfil-
poent of the Contract

With respect to the tender for
FRESH MILK, the probable quantity
required for one year is 24,000 gallons
and the Vestry reserve the right
accept the Tender of more than one

of one year from 1st April, 1952.

UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES.

SEALED TENDERS will be received at the Hospital up to 12
o'clock noon on Wednesday, 19th March, 1952, for the MAKING OF
UNIFORMS FOR MALE NURSES AND ORDERLIES for a period

Tender forms will be supplied on application to the Secretary,

S.S. “TRYA” sailed 12th March —- arrives Barbados 26th March, 1952



CANADIAN SERVIUE
SOUTHBOUND
Sails Halifax
12th Februany

Name of Ship
ss, “ALCOA PLANTER” ..

Atrives Barbados

21st February



for th Ay of this arti oa ined t th ‘ sath 5 nad auth March
person for he supply o} articie e ; 14th arch ar
GAA ail peetene. tectelee tor Gad cee eneral Hospital, and tenders will not be entertain excep y . 1a eeh sas eae
ele shall forword, | along with thelr | are on forms supplied by the Hospital. ; 13th April 2rd April
tender, « Certifieate by a properly Persons ten tendering “ye ‘ Ist Ma: lith Ma:
qualified Veterinary Practitioner stating dering must sabmit at the time of letters " *

that the cattle from which the milk will
be supplied are free from Tubercalosié
Forms of tenders can be obtained at
the Vestry Clerk’s Office,
By Order,
E N,

St. ‘Michael's Vi
Clerk, St. chael's Vestry. | Hi ‘ital.
5.3.62—e.0.d.—Tn ospital,

NOTICE ;

The attention of all Persons, Firms
and Companies carrying on tra@e or
business in the City of mies ae 5
in other parts and _ places t. x :
Michae!, is drawn to the provisiens of{COlonial Hospital, St. Vincent,
si.bsection 6 of section 53 of the Vestries | conditions :—

contract.

.

VACANT

from two other persons known to possess property, expressing their |
willingness to become bound as sureties for the fulfilment of the

Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary, General



POST

POST OF PHYSICIAN, COLONIAL HOSPITAL, ST. VINCENT
Applications are invited for appointment to the post of Physician,
B.W.I. on the following terms and

These vessels have limited passenger accommodation.
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: Due
ee eee ey eee Duties: Administrative control of the Extension Hospital of Vessel From Leaves Barbados
“On or before the ist day of Feb_ about 30 beds for tuberculosis and/or isolation cases and the “PLANTER”
de cote te ae ee Fort Institutions, Medical Care of sick in the Colonial Hos-|§/§. “STUDENT” 2 Cen & ree eee Beer
respect of profit aerived trom carrying pital and responsibility for training Nurses and Dispensers Liverpool 8th Mar, 22nd Mar.
on n fests to exteined tiem ine in conjunction with the Resident Surgeon, and to assist the| 8.8. “HERDSMAN” =. London 27th Mar. 18th April
Vestry, a Return in writing of thelt Resident Surgeon at operations. S.S. “ASTRONOMER .. Liverpool 29th Mar. 10th Apr.

average net annual profit, In accor-
dance with the provisions of the said
Act for the purpose of assessment.

The Physician may be required to assume the administrative
control of the Colonial Hospital.

HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM

“ se i ther ’

person, shall by reanea of the regular Emoluments: A salary of $3,456 per annum is payable plus a Vessel For Closes in Barbados
Gate of closing Accounts being § date Specialist Allowance of $1,200 per annum if the holder ce PROSPECTOR” - London 13th March

Teint 20 “iat of Webvnanr thee the possesses post-graduate qualifications in Medicine. A tem-| 5:S. EXPLORER . - Liverpool 24th March

Return must be made to the Assessor
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person shall by reason of the short
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‘se for the ensuing year) able up to a maximum of £100 per
|

‘pers from the | ning







Al ouse i from any part of
> the Cemetery |have a sound knowledge of town
: ‘ uns . — preparation and administration of town planning schemes.
. t -arish o the
ad to the General 3.
Hospital to the Alms-
part of the Parish fea 2c $
- Prostata and | before assuming the post
G es f the Almshouse for | 4
' : 1952-5, }provided for the candidate and hi



ledicine
nshc



and drugs | of 18 years.
Log







porary Cost of Living Allowance of $380.40 is also paid.

Consulting & Fees: Consulting practice (but not Private Prac-
tice) is allowed. Fees on a graded scale for Private Patients
at the Colonial Hospital are paid to the Physician.



annum,

2. Candidates must be corporate members of the Town Plan-
Institute and of the Royal Institute of British Architects, and |
planning legislation and of the |

The appointment will be on probation for a period of three |
years in the first instance, and the candidate will be subject to the
passing of a satisfactory medical examination as to physical fitness |

Free passages to Jamaica not exceeding five in all will be}
wife and children below the age}

Applications in writing, stating qualifications and experience,
Planner, Kingston,

(BEN, should be addressed to the Government Town 4
St. Petey, Jamaica, and will be received up to the 15th of April,
13.3.52—4n

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Ai” Siaatrade Toney, thes. no: eta | i4 Conditions of Appointment: The appointment will be on con-
sajure, to comply with es eepies tract for a period of 3 years in the first instance, but the
met oe nis s ® 2
| person and/or. pereohe lable te @ Beal appointee may opt after two years to be appointed to the y
net exceeding | Atty peur (2 a q permanent, pensionable establishment. \ USE x
Spould o sta: es 7 i
| Traders have no control arise to ae Quarters: No quarters are provided. G E R M 0 I L %
aelay | in goakiag | Returns en the Bee | Travelling Allowance: A travelling allowance is paid for L 8
se ates, ec Ve ci 4 . ‘ . .
| being mnformed hy letter af to the reason eeesags to the eee eet and oo aay. FOR INCREASED OILINESS 3
‘or such delay. E Qualifications: Can lates show register or registra’ 2 i eS
: Clerk, i. Siichott's Ponty. in the United Kingdom. The applications of Candidates who CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. x
|5 9,524.0, GseOrt possess post-graduate qualifications in Medicine (M.R.C.P. ‘ Gasolene Station — Trafalgar St. %
| ae NOTICE or M.D.) .would be given preferential consideration, YOO SA se
| Is hereby given that the business Applications accompanied by testimonials and references shoud =
passe on by me in Lower Broad St..)be addressed to the Establishment Officer, St. Vincent, B.W.1., and |
i. Wie cantina eben) ee oe “Yay ;Should reach him not later than the 2ist April, 1952. FOR SALE
Lev o' oes enaerree by me ag 2 Applications from members of the Government Service of any |
and_ Simon Altman who Wit n’’?! Colony should be transmitted through the Officer Administering the | .
o carry on t |
name of “The "Lishaen ‘me the sald hoy eg of that Colony,
Dated 10th March, 1952 3.953—IN,
| M RECOLD. “INCH HAVEN”
sn TOWN PLANNING DEPARTMENT
| NOTICE GOVERNMENT OF JAMAICA, B.W.I. | Situated Near “Inch Marlow ”’
c PARISH OF ST. PETER Application for Post of Assistant Town Planner
| by" thea TENDERS will be ‘received Applications are invited from qualified persons between the
Mth 1982. /7ed Not later than Mareh | ages of 25 and 45 years for the post of Assistant Town Planner in A new modern Bungalow, 3 furnished
| 1. The supply of Fresh Milk to the| the Town Planning Department of the Government of Jamaica, The
faphouse for the ensuing wear} post is permanent and pensionable with salary in the scale £945 — Bedrooms, large Living Rooms, facing Sea fur-
supply 7 must be for the} 95 — 1,045 per annum, depending on experience and qualifications.
The ‘Supy Fresh Meat to the | If married, a housing allowance at the rate of 10% of salary is pay- nished, all Cupboards built in, all wood used
mshc
j

in construction Barbados Mahogany, Garage,
Servants Room, its own Lighting Plant, stand-
ing on one acre of land sloping to the sea.
Price £4,000. Apply J. H. O'Dowd Egan,
C/o William Fogarty (B’dos) Ltd.

14.3.52.—2n.

1952, 1

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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE NINE

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PAGE TEN

3 Records Broken At (~~
Combermere Sports

AS the first day of the annual athletic sports came to
a close in fine weather at Combermere School yesterday
a thrilled crowd had séen three records broken. These
were the Throwing of the Discus in Divisions | and 2 broke:
by Crichlow and Kennedy respectively, and the 880 vards
Division 2 by Sealy
In every event which was con-
tested there was keen competi-
tion, and when one considers that 2 Di 2.8 T
601 points were gained in stand- IVISIONS oO
ard points by the various sets a
before Sports Day, there should B O d
be no doubt whatsoever that a e rganize f
great deal_of interest was aroused

Re ate ti e it Was intro- (n Water Polo

duced into the sports programme

in 1950, records have been brok At its Annual General Meeting
en in Throwing the Discus in yesterday, the Water Polo Asso-
both divisions 1 and 2. In divis- ciation decided to organise two
ion 1, Crichlow threw 100ft. to Divisions, “A” and “B”, for the
beat last year’s record by Ift. season which will begin in May
10% inches and in division 2, or June this year

BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952

* o | 9 OSSFSSSSS PLPOESLGSSSSS eH, eS te a
Ray \\ Ins Fight $ Make mis Saterday niente the 91 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

, The ANNUAL. DANCE S1( READING ROOM D
For Cancer Fund
SAN FRANCISCO, March 14

sponsored bs Le
Messrs GOULBOURNE PHILLIPS

World Middleweight champion Ray “Sugar” Robinson,
fresh from his triumphant defence of his title against Cari |













Mary Baker Eddy”

\Maxie> and
CLEMENT JACKMAN
(Bebby Geoff) See these at the ee Roo:
At UEFEN’S PARK HOUSE over Bowen & Sons 20 Broad Si
“{Constitatien Road) Open Tuesdays, Wednesday
‘Bebo” Oléfon of Honolulu said he is ready to take on Rocks TO-NIGHT 15th MARCH Fridays
Graziano in Chicago on April 16 but admitted that his s1
nonth layoff proved somewhat of a
However, he won a unanimous decision
obinson, weighing 157) came
fast in the closing rounds of

ADMISSION %-
a 15-round title fight to turn back
he challenge of Olson who i ey: oo
led 1594 .

%
Perey Green's Ork in attendance §
The batthe, staged for the bene-

BAR SOLID 15.3.52—In

fit of the Damon Runyon Cance G. Tucker emerged wit

Fund, attracted a record of 11,000 ner wi ~s 99 out of a possible 100

fans into the Civic Auditorium followed closely
which seats slightly more than Webster with 98,

9.000 While Mr, Tucker is to be con-
The gate not immediately gratulated on his score of 99,
announced, is expected to total special mention must be made;

zround $65,000,. Robinson dona- of young Mr. Webster who is not

ted his entire purse except for only a new comer to the sport

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ene dollar to the Cancer Fund. put is just a youngster of i2 at Music i one tediicn’s DIAL 3471

hi ; eho of 87ft. 4 ins, porte It was also decided that at the Olson got $9,000 a a lot Of cehool, We must also mention Mr. | Orchestra. Refreshments on Sale. and make your appointment
iis throw of 87ft. 4 ins, as t réstined..fér his (ehave. ee See : a teks heey:
luded the only record broken there will be no relegation from denis = ny Soctticor then ama The following a e et : ost
was that of the 880 yards division Division “A” to “B", but a Com- = Ai ig ie initiative. Sohan’ Alea scores recorded ; last ed nes- |
2, when Sealy ran a fine nace mitte of the Council of the Asso- tart and actually was even on “"*S a Sh H.P.S
chy pping off two seconds from J. ciation will agree as to which soints with Robinson at the end 100
Ha record of 2 mins. 21] secs. teams are playing up to Division aa the tenth round. Olson won the Snes E ny

Alth« ‘ugh not a record, the 8890 “A” standard and should be eduautth eighth, ninth and. tenth Mr, M, G Dye ker ' i
yards division 1 was the most ex- @llowed to play in that division rounds and it appeared that Rob- H. E, Webster . os
iting event of the day. After a This would mean that the team "inson was about to lose his Crown H, B. Marshall -
fast pace was set by Osbourne for Which wins in the “B” Division faethe second time in a year Capt. J, R, Jordan .
the first 300 yards, there was a Would not necessarily move up to F Poaw Back Major A, S. Warren 96
thrilling finish with Maxwell and Division “A” and the team with But the. Cham ‘ame back| Mr. K. S. Yearwood . 96
Wilson struggling for the first the lowest number of points in But the © ee Cane aa G. Cc. May : 96
position and Barrow not far ision “A” go down to Division strong = the closing eae ee L, W. Hassell 96
behind Maxwell’s time of 2 , started to ee In the Z —
mins. ‘12% “secs. was only one- decision for two divisions Olson was hanging on at the o The next practice will be on}



* Tey » fi i 2 he

tenth of a second short of the Was reached because there will Early in the —_ a io
record which was set. up by be more teams entering this year ‘ j een See ee thes te as
Hamlet in 1987. than last year. Some of the old his shots missec eir targe



Wednesday March 19th 1952 at |
fp.m, when Mr. Martin will be







ee ‘cay ie ONE of the youngest skating stars to be seen at St, Moritz is Yvonne <6 far that fans were shouting, It | "8° omer. be
What greatly attracted the at-, ee ay — ao oa se Sugden, She is seen here as she practices on the famous Suvretta ice am sipiotin that his long layoft The es AN ae ae
tention of the Spectators was the : sinteb ‘registered. for an. “A” rink, for the forthcoming Olympic Games.—BXPRESS. had affected the timing of Robin- | °° ee ay aoutihed during the e ‘
long jump event in division 5. oP Ay jae tr eg heen ATI son who is considered to be the| those s w gn Shs Sar aie. te Will
Even among these youngsters a oa Bow Hes ——- ———-———_ finest fighter — pound for pound| month of Mz
out of rivalry was exhibited, “PP! —of any man in the world. shoot
and little Harrison, a sturdy chap Speaking against the system



4 : Robinson said “my timing was
of not more than 3 ft. tall, is to of ‘relegation in present day i h nh es In off ama-aometinios 2 ouuld feel a
be complimented on his jump of water polo here, Major A. R. an breeze from my own miss¢s. But
7ft. 8 ins,, although by no means Foster, the President of the I'll be better for the Graziano
among the best in this division.

Association, said that very often fight. | was connecting in pretty
The senior visitors’ race was good fashion toward the end of

‘eart Trouble HARRINGTON SQUARES



won by Miss H. Inniss of Queen's * team goes down through bad

luck—sick members for some

Handicap Times

Caused |



y the fight.” The Ideal NAPPY f. ies— ‘

College ine the junior by Miss matches, players getting off late Robinson had _ nothing But Biood Pressure or babies—per doz. ............ $11.00

Joyce Mayers of St. Michael’s from work and the like. As praise for Olson. He said: “that ound the heart, BABY NIGHTIES—each

i Gin cee’ > a the season was short, a team ’ E TT kid really belongs among the top iC you have pains i Le ac f IN ise ecdess hha tap dntbe ta cane seein 2.00
¢ s' Race wi ae A A middleweights of the world. I w an aie k of head and above eyes,

run on Wednesday next when the ania Gee ak ion a rg FOR Ff fT] TH R G : fight ae if. has Gants anether|
Sports will be concluded and the Guit to prevent themselves from for from poor sleep, loss. of inemory

presentation of prizes made.

The results are as follows:—

SENIOR RELAY — 492 secs--Set C;
Set B: Set A

JUNIOR RELAY 541 sec Set B;
Set F; Set D.

106 YARDS—3 — 121/10 secs—Morris
(D); Henny (); Mottley, E. D., (D)

LONG JUMP—4 13 ft. B ins..-Pol
Jard (B); Reid (A); Burke (B)

LONG JUMP 5 — It ft Harris (A);
Ellis (C); Forde (A),
220 YARDS---2—26 sees Rowe (CC)
Roachford (B); Brewster (A)
220 YARDS-——1 24) secs. — Osbourne

(B); Lewis (C); Brereton (F)
220 YARDS—3 274 secs.—Morris (D),
Henry (EF); Batson (D),

DISCUS—2 A7 ft. 4 ins. Rec.-—Ken-
nedy (F); Skeete (A); Wood (C)
HIGH JUMP—1 5 ins.—Brathwaite

securing the least points.

He suggested that a Committee
should decide which teams should
be in the two divisions.

Report Adopted

The Secretary Mr. T, L. Year-
wood’s report for last year was
adopted, In his report, he stated
that 1951 will be remembered in
Water Polo as the first year the
ladies played and successfully
concluded a local competition.

He said that a highlight of last
year Was the Association’s tour

(By Our Yachting Correspondent)



system, They prefer the old

Bay this afternoon.
fit by these

The Hanc ic

few helms:

_ MANY changes have been made in the
Handicap times for the Fifth R.B.Y.C,
Regatta which will be sailed in Carlisle
Some boats will bene-
changes while others are
placed in a\ even worse position.
cap system was changed this
season. Th times are now fixed by Mr.
Trevor Bowring and Mr. A. T. Skeete. A
len are criticising the new

Reen is in a beautiful position,
She receives

match—but I won’t fight him for
one dollar like I did tonight”.
—U.P



Sports Round-Up





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two minutes from 30c; 60c; 90c: and
(D); Morris (C); Lewis 1c) ; aoe Handicap Committee. I under- paw auntiess, tart- BOXING
HONG JUMP—a “14 9. tt.—-Holder -(D); 2 be ar ee stand that the times are changed ing AB ey ohh Menasle aaa ties LONDON, March. GO TO - = - $1.00
Hign suMn S's: ” ite C Burks ’ after about three or four races. \eceive a minute from Invader Tommy McGovern British N's LAUNDRY
54 ft-Kennedy (F); Elite Cup, During the year, too, Formerly changes were made i ‘ece! mn. e fr Vv aes s i‘ v , J Ny P
Brewster, (A); Wood and McConney (C) they had also achieved affilidtion nearly every aed re made 10 Skippy starts a minute ahead of ee eee tea we oe
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Morris (D); Harrie and’ Holles th the: my , ; aa dete oe eee ete eratch boat in the D Class. This March 17, did not follow the} Opp. Combermere St.
cord). The Ladies League was con- asy. .ccording to the usual practice of going to a| eT
DISCUS—1 100 feet—Crichlow (A); sb th oe first times published, Resolute gave regrettable since she has not us lee 1 ae :

Roberts (B); Broomes (D)

LONG JUMP—2 16 ft. 7% ins.—-Cal-
lendar (A); Kennedy (F); Boyce (F).
LONG JUMP—1 18 ft. 6 ins.—Lewis
Ce perne ta Smith (D),
7 0 464 ft, S$.

{B); Holder «Py eid (A). see h
VISITORS’ {RACE (Juniors)—Joyce

Mayers (St, Michael's Girls’ School)
(Record)

VISITORS’ RACE (Seniors) H
Inniss (Q.C.); L. Lewis «(S.M )

880 YARDS—2 2 iin. 27. secs.-Sealy
(C); Rowe (Ci; Kennedy (F). Record.
880 YARDS--1 2 min, 12% sees.—Max
well (C); Wilson iC); Barrow (B)

CRICKET MATCH AT
HIGHLAND TOMORROW

A cricket match between the
Commonwealth Cricket Club and
Highland Cricket Club. will be
gered to-morrow at Highland,

t. Thomas, and will continue on
March 23.

The teams are as follows ;—

tested by five teams and although
Starfish won both the League and
the Knock-out Cup, it was not by
any means a walk-over,

With two new teams, Harrison
College and Whipporays, the
Men's League was bigger than
ever this year, eight teams in all.
That necessitated playing two
evenings, Tuesdays and Thurs-
days, a week, The League Cup
was won by Harrison College
whose keenness gave a great boost
to the games,

Snappers were to be congratu-
lated for winning the Knockout
Cup for the fourth successive
year Swordfish also played well
throughout the season and were
just unlucky not to have won
one of the the Cups.

The Treasurer’s Report was
also adopted and officers for the
ensuing year elected—-Major Fos-

Fantasy nine minutes while she
received two from Mischief and
three from Gipsy. In my opinion,
by now starting Resolute eight
minutes ahead of Mischief and
nine minutes ahead of Gipsy is
going from one extreme to the

other,

Unfortunately for Resolute, in
the first four regattas she did not
receive enough time from scratch
boat Gipsy and now, she has too
much time. Her skipper should
have no trouble in winning every

race,

Formerly Hi Ho, Wizard and
Ranger started with Fantasy. Tha‘
was enough to discourage the
skippers of the first three boats
mentioned, Of the four, Fantasy
has been scratched She gives a
minute to Hi Ho, two to Range:
and three to Wizard.

Flirt, Moyra Blair, Raseal and

ood position,

iust be borne



really had a good race with Imp
ind Sinbad because of accidents
which occurred either to one boat
or the other,
However Imp and Sinbad will
ynly be receiving a minute from
\furricane while Rainbird gets two
nd not three as in the first four
aces, Olive Blossom is in a very
receiving six min-
‘ites from Hurricane and a min-
ite from Van Thorndyke.

With all these changes, the re-
sults of the next three regattas
should be very interesting and it
in mind that no
inatter how good the handicappers
re they are always criticised,
sometimes during the season but
more often at the end.

WEATHER REPORT



training camp. Instead he did all |
his training at home. One of the}

main reasons, he told me, in|
between sparring bouts at Jack}
Solomons’ gym, is that he prefers |
his wife’s cooking to that of any}

hotel. Staying at home did not!
affect his schedule. He did his|



morning road work in the park |
opposite his London home, and in|

the afternoon his work-outs and
sparring at Solonons’ gymnasiun
just off Piccadilly Circus. ‘Tommy
is not worried at fighting in Den-
mark. He boxed there as an
amateur, and found the Danish

crowds one of the most sporting|

he has encountered.

RACING



Britain’s young hurdlers are}

the best for years. That was the

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Commonwealth: J, Graham, J. ter being re-elected President. Okapi are starting a minute afte: YESTERDAY ee Oe a s te eee ADMISSION

Lorde, J. Tudor, Mr. E. W. Bar- The excessive cost for the up- Fantasy and Resolute, With a Rainfall from Codrington: races for the trophy ever seen. |

row, E, Bereton, E. Elcock, C. keep of gear was discussed.and strong wind blowing it should not ¢

Clarke, C. Gaskin, Cc; Perkins,
St. C. Blackman and C. Sandi-
ford. D. Agard will be twelfth
man,

Highland: G. Alleyne, E. ee
T, Hings, G. Clarke, V. Gill, S.
Maughan, T. Medford, B. tare
nard, A. Taitt, W. Watson, and
A. Yearwood. E. Watson will be
twelfth man



it was decided to appoint a Gear
Committee to look after the gear.

There was a unanimous agree-
ment that any future Water Polo
Tour should not take place in the
middle of the season,

Another subject which came up
for discussion was the proposed
Swimming Team for Venezuela
thiss year and the ways and
means of getting funds to finance

be ‘difficult for Okapi to gain a
lead,

Now that the times are changed
the opportunity should have been
taken to start Gipsy and Mischief
together, It is a difficult task for
Gipsy to give Mischief a minute
and beat her. 5

They are very few changes in
the C Class. Folly, which formerly
received a minute from Miss Be-

nil

Total rainfall for month to
date: .51 inch

Highest Temperature:
86.5°F.

Lowest Temperature:
68.0°F.

Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.980
(3 p.m.) 29.920

Not only the winner, Sir Ken,
but also Noholme and Approval,
second and third respectively, are |
regarded as great prospects. Sir
Ken’s victory was a triumph for!

trainer Willie Stephenson, whose |
achievement of training a Derby |

winner, Artic Prince, last year, |

and a Champion Cup winner with- |

in a few months, is a record.



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SATUBDAY. MARCH IS, IK! BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\C.R THREE MM blur, tii LODGE NEEDS EXPANSION Headmaster Says In School Report I IttsENTINd his report on thc activities and achieve merits of the past academic year Mr W. A. Karmer Headr 01 the Lodge School, said at the Speech Day Function last Thursday that he thought it fair criticism to sav that the boys ot the school, with a lew notable exceptions could do more and better work." i| this observation after frev, son of Captain Humfrcv hail* %  the alt.lmn.nu of th. from Grenada and so is noi .111, svhool in all spheres of Its acUvlble for a Barbados Sknol.iVhlu UN, lb. Headmaster aald "too Olber. ,00. rf „?r oo,f ^Sl manj ot us ara prone 10 postponwell— A. K Waleci". SehnUr in. our best endeavour, and .0 .,..„ p,^, \ !" J'" •••£ %  iclsv giving of our best until we s „,bed by the Examiner ... ba£a an, indeed, to use a coucouian ucn „,. ^ „, „ CTO| J,S !" lism. up against it" W. must %. inle Professor A. G. W a" ,h,. change all IhU. "he counselled. Examiner ,„ NlauYen ... V *" %  "" %  ?" %  jwoimuie111 Mathematics and ..-ring ourselves lor the Test! ot JPZSTVLS2?!T:'."i!' .] %  % -areei I have pui .IfFidj outlined. argvm Miss Moore'i place ps* %  rat T>rni of the present Che Voiuj. view. \ Year, p^kianans we .uc esas| Humfrcy. now Aids da Camp awl tt*tiil> so. when J 5u Hubert no* done hi* Prep lias i Arundell. OvtOHMM' of GirnWi, ej hi* hair, ha%  piece hopes to enter St John's College "uj um in hi* mouth, DM ink all Cambridge, whenlie will >uia> ower him. hum* a ditty white *< Natural Bc-enc e In letter to hi* HcMmuin, ho wpuare n, ihe rye with tl slates that hi..(tribute* hi* tu preferment and "tectiot. to hi* mmd is riu> ontemplatlnj; Iftu, present poat. duo partly and .n "* intends to do to Smith b M small measure, to ihe fan tha 1 luncheon •rhom he MSB he is an Old l-odiee Boy, "' %  ' W wektomr too, F S. Mi %  '•' 'l"* 1 J"h' I* nin*. the 1862 HarDado* SchoUi al ' '* ""• %  lakes hi. in Science from Harmon College "" '*nmeni like a man who has generously accepted '"i .. ..-,. . ii.v.uuun to AH .the broach *|Wlal Ihfliruiiie* And created by John Humfrcy's recent Problem* Of The I.odi;r Bntnt. We also welcome Miss Mane Maud? who joined ua "* >1>,nP ,,f "" r peoulems er< m September 1B51. — On winWE* -''"' w r 3 % %  •' ninn two Scholarships on her •F 1 academic institutions silustrength round with a rreater lite, examinations and otherwise. ,, urc lnan A well m .advance. This characterf, m r,,,,JiHgi J I, %  -_ %  " 01 putting. ofT J" too Pteln. \"J52JZ ..ppeiEl iU. !*••** to Cumberbatc, Mr. W. A. IAKM1.M our day to duj r-.. lliadmaster parents In help biinKtiiif honv UN tecH "i K. S. Manning of Har IMB CoUi History D, S. Archer was placed ,u £ w i'. uasuranre for the future, on the %  B] ... of 1 as tamntlonal and in InlerrfHonluH .,, phi %  Wr u^ by itets'i 1 -11! con do u.inmnil m-.,.o in. ooys in. hlrt Isala <* sMB. *"•"> "•' '"e aRertion I """" ^ %  SLJtKUte f'-r/'iV,^-^^"' .r.!. ./';,Tn .v s, x! s^ts *5 a .'Li^.'i-r/e.'ine-'ou-r B"J-@i£ ta£! SSr^LSS; e. „ h *." Se " wS y What I. ood V 10 be. "-*-ft uu.,,,.„v„ bul ^l^rCr TS n^nv'^ 3 '"' ti bad '" s, olal l "P Examin.,V>.I_J nuay %  |uu nan 'if DO jF ***diligenUy sought ^.-r and fought ''""'PWitivc. rnr" He added, both by .n)unc'7"*"nan a .. her iitulcalc resulu — a senior City Scholarship and • Btata Scholarship. Miss Mau'lc proceeded io ihe University ot l>ed!t where she graduated with an Honours Degree in French. with Sp^tish as a subsidiary subject We ,losc this wtl<.n ggflHgmtuUting Mr. Wilson, who Joined -itafT in January 1S1. on hirecently ekvted a UraduatiInaUbito ,,f Physics, he School grows. Its aclivi I attainments incress.' 1 i—iiiiiiiilairiiiiipin. 1 sail nu tmeir _. %  ~\ ••*" %  •-a-^ thralgh and b *"" rr WnrK T m ny f t n H.*'".L f* u J low w *** and that though u V~ 8 re*"prone"*to .Kooning'' our wtary you < touch singly CSKJI v 1.-HS? .•. reachw "* <""'vour. and to delay f*f r ~ detailed news of OW Tion and example, it is partlcuJl^^ ""^ %  giving of our l*fl unul we are !**•.— *•"* %  "' CU lJkurU Bslarly vital to bring home to our dislodged bv the competitive tit, ndoo d to u* ihildrri. the supreme i3iue or "I*""' 1,nd while on this. 1 conagainst It. We earnest endeavour." ?P' i : ula "' mt f i ""neerely Harrison this; W COHCRO on the,, brUlterrt acbtev*. for pla Mr. Farmer. In delivering his m***. pieparing ourselves for the ToaU '"*• *"etera. but we musi pause Iteport said:— ,. "' J*"?'"* should mention of life. Examinations and olher"l*? 1 !*''V ln ank ,,r "> %  "> Mend. o; that c. d> W. Barrow was awardwise, well in advance. This ""dwell-wishers for gifts of nm in the heart of a populou ctt> where the best oltmentati ind other nuhbouiin| Public and Private Sen.-.I Ihatr mo*l pt in,sing pupils into th> i it—If in ll lattuitate position ul beliut able %  •duration network ran be ever more sclniiv..10,1 u %  rigid system of Entrance Exam* iMtio n wheroto only the most ; K led enl.r. The position of the rteithei the appllcation of this fine dftrni 1 i"ii of pupils in sufllI :K'iit numbers noi does it make a-ell abend and for *•** %  -'"I <>ih*r fJniveralE£3 J2L5* ? 'S3! ...... I! 0 Members. ;md Members o." the Govenilng Body. My U>rd Ilishop. Parents. Friends and Boys ed Irons by the of the valuable exhlbi< haracteristic of putting oft* la all Km Y of the School, Lailies and Gentlenent to the UCW.I. Barbados dovenitoo plain In our day to day men%  ,l .tl ii *my par cent, of our boys are and value of effort Ofl behalf of the School tx 1 sptcuil welcome to our from othoc -0I01 -, I appeal to ..II parent. is Irf this task of bringing „ !" f;7~ igenl We _— -J one lothei Doeloi Hairy Baytej for the many expensiW apparatus to our Physics I-aboraKineh for his gift of chairs—Mr. E. K Walc.it for books for our Library—Mr. Nigel "tit i-ii > %  uii> .trill \ iiiuc "t triifii. ni IIIM" .. T ~%  —.-. B ^. and Santrtekeep on telling *n that .exper"?*' %  *L* ftL??! distinguished guests Sir George and are not elible thfa VeaV, leriee teachos "that what la boat and Lady Seel, who have graciousfor example. on ly live boy* of does not obligingly and ronvenly consented to be our Guests of the twelve who sat were eligible, iently come our way—what Bell, and many other kindm -the British Council for the main books. Journals and British Periodicals sent from time to UrmUlHch Gooding and Mi> Winter for our New School Flag. and all those who have donated Speech Day Prizes Nor can we itop to give adequate expression • vsaiy to widen coneid1 nrably our area of selection to Include the West Indies No doubt it was the early .ippreclatlon ..f %  this difficultv ..n i of this nnadl which made us a Hoarding School. anil *[""•" '<> % %  1-odge its carl. characteristic region. %  ) isonetpi %  education To-day the nTC*iit> foi BIOtWT West Indian union < unit:.' .1 new value and UnDOr' tauiOB %  miI %  early educational outlook. M Ulgl it turns out thnt what waa la II imeptlon. but a bold bid foi scholastic -.irvlval ,md arhlevev our proi>er mission. Itl-Vll Honour at this most Important A further limiting factor to the Rood has to bo diligently sought ^ 1C FuncUon in The Life of the School, numbers in our Senior School 1S after and fought for: the ability J**^ Next, we wish to express to our the constant dram away to Engfor example to think rlearly. Chairman and to our Governing "fh Public Schools where many connoctedly and logically for Haidv .ur grateful appreciation of 2J. W t ' boys wm Public many of us. maybe ;i!l of us, is all they are doing and have done J** 001 Entrance ,,nd Scholarships, the award of yean o< hard work for the welfare of the School. The ^•'•' ,v trepmg up the tradition find of Industrious hours of coni2^TL^^-nw.C^i^2E Learning began Its Mart for the benefit of the children of *•• * %  nd twenty were sueendeavour. wf make ^^ (o f|| ^[ |gBl lhal mU tins Island alone, but to all who c ;f*f Ul owaining among them a -rvSrhonl I.ihrarv hero pnaaont to-day, espetiiillv COBM from the olher territories of ^ %  1 r £, on hundred and twentyin !" n ' *"* Old Boys, obtain a ropy of tbJj the Caribbean art*, from Vane„,' ^T, 1 ^ or h* 11 *'. that is. n was In the early part or the complete Record of the Schools /vela, tiom the American seaboard V" !" n f n t n ?**! %  *• ? six per late Hoadnuuitcr's rogtme tha* artivlUes whotem you will find. ooy—one boy. p. M. Kelly offerour ing all with lh*> ay and later, under the Headship of the li.v Mstk Nlchoteoo in r.V. we read that there were IwenU Boarders In a total school of thirty sUt; It tuntiiiued thus dUTinsj tht regime of the Rev WiHi.m. Th.. %  Ifahh. Mad whin in 1MMJ Mr •! .leC Kuitaa. tOOk th* i"ir r .he slowly built thr llOWU m of the Sc^r^n^n^nt^li^peS. *& ^, !" V "!" ^^S. '^J'"^^^' C^pS^-SSB gK^^lStfi lishmcnt and the School, was UIV taM bat. wk, bides of u clans room, quite in„( interest, the telling of wlncli •t go accessible to any who cannot wP must forego And now. I _. -,'i inhhllt for himself a number of should like to thank the Deputy generously. It is our privUego. too. creasing number of academic ht; hool dki,. All thib we hope Head and the entire Staff for their to-day. to welcome all Parents-* Uc i ceM ". which are the u,.*i to change soon, and it is good to good work and their co-operation Parent* from England who nro oasie the mow primary and bo able to say to boys and Parents during th tilling posts of special importance ^ n ";'J • Jhe answer is simply t iat through our Chairman's a || n g the West Indies. Paronls from 3 u nt n '' *"<', Quality of intake. p 1 ., s onal ivpiesanUUon and unlion excepting, pei Trinidad from the other Islands _'"" ls we known to us; we are flagging interest, we have been M m for his excellent work in VI and from the remotest confines of w ** ll 'g •< do something about n with hopes of sueForm English, the Caribbean, all of whom are nun dplS | C fown Irom ,u cess, to -ppiv for a suppleincnx #&ns*& KKSSL ss ..rnumi.rr^u, SSSPUE .TO .ontlnucsl its upward trend during ceas. to apply for a supplemcnYea, as the School grows, itlsfled that we are offering a u, V h !" i. Ii J yemn tarv Grant of £5.000 to aid in activities and attainments mtvpe of education which follows .5 J" '. .J 1 "' !" ana nn v the construction of a modern and crease, and so does the burden ol very closely the time honoured tiromZ - !" u. B kwp ,u ".' up-lo^late Horary. Already we wor |i. and we will need In ScpBntish prototype which cannot be wL^hmiw *! 1 ,,."" wel • planning a Ubrary of tember 1952 when our Acting surpassed in any part of the world. School with annro^mlTl? *^. m "8 n lwl henuty. ample sis* and Chemist will have left to further Barton ehnAl'a -X^.ivi.V— t^2. , a W'?*mmU!ly sixty c f undisturbed quiet, with a hi. own career, three more Staff, Report On School s ActlVlltM boys in our-two V Foyms feeding Heading Room where VI Formfor we are understaffed even n-m 111 Fast Academic Year '"> "1 ** *' * i rm Groups. This „ lp M peciUy, may retina for and working under pressure. (ieneral Certificate Of 07^11^.^^ w,lh "^ work ol a 1* u ou I duration At Advanced St JT I >J* ^ nun,,^ *'"> a errttoi and authors. I do not InLord Row a linn a VUll l.dncaiton At MM Muff ""twenty ^ro IU j at least. tefld to enumerate the many Lord Rowallan. Chief of the Level iJISl cn *f l * ar inevitable; h !" eflLs to a School that a good Boy Scout movement, throughout And now my next duty is to increasing demands on our School ubrary bestows, one alone irrust the British Empire paid this school leport on the School's actlvitloa ^> "'"•"> methods in education sufflce— particular cases arise a viatt In the afu-rnoon of Tuesof the past Academic Year. make them imperative uherg ln ,. curnC uluni of VI day. February llth. at 2.30 Twelve boys took the Oxford r l waav " Uue Secondary Korm specialist work demands o'clock. A Guard of Honour form;md Cambridge General CerUQ'.' ra """" 1 ^ho.. of standing can W(1 | ei r^ m u nil ,han ordinary text ed of a amall troop of Lodge Boy Advanced SI* 7*2 ,p ** VI Form level booltt supply, and racourao must Scouts, under Mr Tatnall and the iathematic* |R nad to t h c more cxptn-lvo Rev. L. C Mallalieu, was drawn cate of Education at Advanced _^ I.evel, the equivalent of what was p" 1 upwi the liberal and hunumilav ngime of Mr. Evans and reached a total of two hundred and laWtj five of which eighty-five were Boarders and another llilny lioarded with families who lived near the School. To-day. the School numlxrrs three hundred and fifty of which • %  ?'-**' Board ln the School s Establishment and another seventy t< wentv-flve tioar'i outside near and around Srhoul And ihe time has now com*, we feel, when the School, and all Who are Interested in th< Schoolwelfare, traditional heritage and character tides <.).< Mti equivalent m wnai wa p ^^ s—ViIJT i. 1". l*' *i-'i known a* the Oxford Jnd A PP" I Modern and works Known as iw w Ancti-nl utSkaaMssi ir.,,.*, !" ,. UM... 0 !" Of Reference Library, up In the quadrangle, east of th-eleven were successful. Of this ,i^ ,^, n *i i6h l To be content with rn (inil (n -, VICWS th;.! the elfec* ^e Inspected by him: he then. eeven. ST did^ufflclentlv well '^ 'J, ^\^Z7L\^ h r 'r V - > • %  * an '' ,ud > "^ m ?T l SK* J^'rf" SST !" !^ zs^^^^z i-rt&sa vars ffiS Sy^: aSoS s a BLaiS'Jr £ 3 —of this ^comparative merit" of Shake" dr^ss which far its -mplldty .nd speare. say. as a Dramatist, a direct application to life we have Poet and Philosopher, they must never heard surpassed, needs read what Emerson has to m And now in getting back .n aay on the point. So it is with Speech Day requirements I should Vf Form work In general that %  to bring together Parents truly to understand the artistry. Stair and Boy* 111 a spirit of tol'!>*• w|soui trhjaal wiasW hen you use Kinso lor thc waah. RhasO'l rkfai gentle suds cube out ail the dirt, make your clothes so thoroughly clean, so easily. Always use Rinso for blighter, quickct results. aK,,, .1 !" ,, ... Sp^,, nj,.jj*. %  m^J-rnp. H 1,..TxS^-^^t^.^ S rest, wilri star bridge, taking Nsturi"! Scipncr. rerformcrs, but the test of the has performed a feat in VI Form grit of a team cornea v>' work, which has never been struggling siuln.t sdve !" u>. .v. i. equalled. In nil round competence, if a team has no star. It jnaBwithln the knowledge of any of us. ble b>• un.elent ng hard practice ,,„d th. is not mere wlshful fhr oWernuijatnaj^of splr* linking „ ,. a -p,r -a-emen, ^ng^Tp^nent? go^ nen < onsclenllous keen*__"*_ and J G B Hurnfrev. DaaB and our anxiety for our NOTICE %  OR PURI Hllllt.S ANSI ACCURATE 1*111 M ltlll H5S SERVICE CALL AT .... COLLINS DRUG STORES BROAD and TUDOR STREETS The public's notice is herein drawn to the uw relail prices of RICO Ice ( ran u In, I, tikiefTeet from Monday. 17th March, 152. %  SCO in '.vim Cups lb cenl 2- 0 8-oz .. 28 „ 4-oz 14 2-or 1 Plrirk.nr. eaeh HI. I I B IC 0 BFST ICE CRfAM OBTAINABLE Manufactured in list inoM modern and hycienic IW niier. from prtnliiclv of Ihe hiffhcM fond valur. THE BARBADOS ICE Co.. 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TACK TWO QaJub tfaUbu} BARBAJeOS ADVOCATE H IS HONOUR W F COl'TTS Administrator of St Vincent who via* holidaying here for the pasL week staving at Sea View Ourrt Hmiw sett yesterday memiM an lh tinKen> I Government. Mrs Hospital. returned 'o Sortl.-ind j-esterday morning bv Lh. s S. UeUMn liter spending about three veers In Efcirbados. On Holiday B RIGADIER A it M AND A. SMITH. MC and Mis. Smith of WhaWi. Ontario are at prraent in Harbadrm spending .1 holiday. Toey nre staying at the Marine Hotel. Brigadier Smith who saw service in World Wars 1 and II 11 the aon of the late Senator E. D. Smith of Wlimuu v.-hil.his wife u the danghUr of th*late Senator Gibson of IteumsvlUe. Onlario Ca rv adis n g Like Barbados L T COL. J G. GIBSON. Indian Army Retired and Mm C.lbaon from Canada arrived here on Wednesday by B.W.I.A. from 1 with the intention of t| tending one week. They told Carlb yesterday that they like it here so murh that they are going to etay on tor another rive weeks, They came down from Canada late November and were staying at the Amevale Beach Hotel In Tobago from its opening date December I. unlll Uarv 1 irrw mornlnii by the S.S Oointo toEngland where he will attend a Senior PtIlce Officer*' Course which begins later in the month ot Ryton-unDunsmori. near Coventry. Warwickshire The Course which is expected U> last tor about three month* ia a K tlai one to which Ma)or R. A. ate and Cant. W A Farmer CoioaiaJ Office Official M H NOftatAM 1 MAYI.K. I MAssistant 9 e u e tan in tr*CanWnwJ now in Barbados staying as a *we-t if Kit li'-nrgr aim I.ftrhv Seel al -Bcm^rsyde" Christ Us arrived on Thuiaday nlgfel by 11 W i A iron lusUati tiui-tm Mi. Movie \h*i Is OB S tosii of Hi. Oasibl %  assa I need of west Indian Departmsnl 11 srhlck ther thing* liaison with, the Develogsnefc ..nd •Vetfarr "niam v.. Sa well aa the Casilasesj. CaniasSMeB and resnorsweiHty tn, t| Wei Indian regional questions. lie ha. already visitad Uiuuuidu the Bahamas. Jamaics British Honduras. Trinidad and British Guiana. He aaevns bore on March 18 for Trintrtnrl |M will also return to Jamaica Off Ml WSJ h.ik to England Travel Arest S \ XIBUAY, MARCH IV Ii| 1 W these IhfsMini .giJM in ysur nusekn si ones lac, Slssn liniment lightly'MI jour i\\s\ M AJTsngemerita are eeiru tansaefar Capt Armstrong to be attached for a weak or two to the Nottingham roiice and to a dietrict training cmtre at the end of the course Arrangements are also aeing mode for him to study do*: training with the Metropolitan Police. To Open Theatre R MAURICE JONES. Manager of the Globe Theatre -ind the China Doll Restaurant, left yesterday by B.W.IA for Itntish Guiana to open another of Ml rompany's theatres to be called I ne tilobe" In Georgetown It 1. Itfcely thai Mr Jones might kg seconded to this new theatre In • •eorgetown To Join Her Husband M RS OVDKERK. wife of Ll BaUl' Ovrikerk, Plant Manager of Canada Dry Ltd.. arrived on Thuraday night bv li W I A frcan Brttish Guiana acsaaeaeaaW by her lw„ daughtery. She has now come to join her buaband who fn out dw. aarean in the vear to take up his new For Welfare Talk. *THREE membet uf the British I. Guiana ilelegaUon fox the Social W-lfarioner dlgruib< 1alreariv in Barbados on hoUdav Dancers On Tour S AILING with the fetpreas 0/ iScorlexd iidancing antarteineia are Mr and Mrs Tarry Templer who arc preiasatoaMil dancers of Now Jersc> USA. Mr and Mrs. Tempter suociaUee In exhibition ballroom dancing through which tin, have been making their living for almost all their lives They give shown over W.O It Itadjo and Television Station. Mm Teninler said thai they were enjoying the cruise immensely and ware tatting Urge and appreciative audiences aboard the Empress of .Vcotldnd. She likes sea life too because she steered one of the little launches wllh paiseugDrs from the ship to the Careenagr M R. AND MRS CHARLES W HKMIrfG of Hamilton Ontario, returned t Cann-l r C. A. after (pending six weekr holiday. The% were ttaying at the Motel st\wl Mr. Heming who 14 Preeldent of Hemlng Bros. Travel Ajamta 0/ Hamilton said that of the SOU rauea of highways in Bartdu> ! %  • thinks that he ha covered 9M His wife aod he taneoughly en'W tsssir stay and hone ID return new year. He alao said Stoat in October in Miami, Florida the American Society of Travel Agents avhich In• uidaa Canada u going to have a 'onvenUon and he will try to lanusdc a> many of the delegate* to take a trip ID Barbados The latel propraetors here aod ahe I'uhiioUj Conmittee aee saaking .UTaagsarnenU to entertain aa .is M of the magasri as thai. Oa Holiday M BS A L *g>iftlIP of St Luna who has been holiday %  ng here for thr ps*t two weeks expect* to return boBae sonsetim. in April flisr if staying at the Crane Hotel. Ginger's Million EVEN America s lush television world, where money now* as SO y r a r 1 ago it flowed in Hollywood, is rocked t that Ginger Rogers -41 next July -hoa signed one of the fattest of ..II >ontracts exclusive serin.raan tf .1 flai million do|. i.M Explained William r>ler, tap man of Cotumbi* BruHdeajUng System"The thought behind Is that Miss Rotters wllh btt versatility will bring sosne \i.rlatlon into TV shows. Mi Rap 1 %  mi mo • tbgai MJ hlms behind her. has n"t yet islon debut MB MACE (John Dolphin. ext/W right). •aSertaUu au gossan before proceeding to dsnosaSS SOS of tasai M lii* wife"* nnrderer. A -cans freai the Lodge School production of "The Sentence of Death." The Sentence Of Death The Lodge School Dramatit ror Speech Day—"The Senteiirc Club, under the aegis of Mr. of Death" a one—Act thriller by Tlmpson. its producer and directOlgtfn Si John-Loe |US1 celebrated the finnlThis year, at last, when it prorarssfy of its lebirth with its play durcd Vernm Sylvane's "The B.B.C. Radio Programme II 19 a 111 Hfw (aalrui Oitlmiia %  m Hrollx.d . Inlliinl 13 W I s— its paa, BS.MBI ss as si n Thr Nw is W on M.w. A asfrd r lM Tbt M. U>|B Ik Daily Rrrvtra. 4 IS im Mualc Flam •Irana h.'.l. SSS p.m I:IH. Lattanal* Chetca. ' *' pn SUII (M DajM-ns: * %  tpoilKourid and I'lufranuna Pal aS*. TOO n> Tn* N.w. T 10 V n Niw. Anal,-,. 1 is-lo.se f.m. U U M si li M is i: 1 H IMlllKl gSj Nr* 7 .', %  %  gggaa N.W %  l> %  •! "ml. (<><" 1 TfBHW-. 'i u MB ID IS p M...I. Maa p m an> raiUur MBfl. F. A. BISHOP Instructlug s number of Isdles how to nuke pineapple and bread cakes with murgsruio at Messrn K R. Hnnte's oBee. I*i Broad Street yaater Say. There wan also a cake aale at tka ahevs aAUe. the proceeds of which anil go to charity. \i:u ARRIVALS WHITE SHARKSKIN BLACK & WHITE MATERIAL BORDERED TAFFETA U Hi II. CREPE BACK SATIN WHITE STAMPED CREPE M FLOWERED SPl'N ALSO gs S1.14 $3.("P J3.U2 UM JIM A NICE SELECTION OF LADIES STOCKINGS. T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS The Robin Took a Long Trip —He Wat Following a Vrry Large Worm— By MAX rRKI.I, KNARF and Usind. tht> Sbaslo*s a an the turnd-beut names, wore iiining on the garden wall. eabBhmg a robin in tho oak treo combini; his feathers with his bill when along came another robin and alighted >n the branch rn-ht net lo ho... "I winder if they know i>ach other?" Uanid whispered to Knnrf •I'm sure they do" said Knnrf. "All robins know ear* ether." At Uiat mona-'t ihr two n>bias began Ulkiog. Fortunately Knnrf and llanid undersb>od bird-Ian truant(they had teamed it from parrot who could also talk En* lish). ao they had no trouble under landing what thr two robins wtre tsrktng about. Seosas atashin Thr -iiluii-aid Ixtvd noralag" U %  in.another. "frood-osorniaa;, Alt-ntnder." said the second robin to the rtrrt. "I haeen't wtr< yon fur %  everal days Where have you oeenT" "Geod-morning, Clarice.' rcpliad Alesander. "Vou haven't seen mi for several days because 1 was away en a trip." "A trip. Alexander!" said Claricc o Burpriac. "WK.IT did yon go on %  "•aasSW" i ** -Wall." '.~II I saw a large .-> follow it and catcb ssa g yirntnlaB^ ww | r itw.., OT „ ^ wmBtpt h wmk ,„, I out among the trees. But it that h 'j | %  worm any robin ever followed. It eiade loud snorting and puffing • You don't say!" "And sometimes it rang a bell." "Oh I" Yes, aod it puffed and snorted out great strearas of iniok*. Never hole life did 1 ever aee a T-' .1 .. a .•** %  '••r *• ( "* sid I seer BM a ; o „!C"J te bV T aft '! %  w " llk ,nia "* And the fa.ter I "y.-W'' ffl* | !" the farter it went. I chaaed H worn I duc.ded acr0M lhr ,, r|dg < |heB ^^ „ i u. i was waitowl r Ihv mc do Wt ^ m t e haaed it -T*u v . t ^ ^ li •**"•* " %  wees, IIUI u wa> TS.*tlf 1.1 %  • t CM. I c.hl it. I .uldn-l be h !" d ikI %  . il." Al. ran-l. <"' "II WK. it.-.lnu' .i,cm UV. way Sear on thr .„her tea uoertIt „-,„.,( t„ or going I ft fast fui a worm, out I . %  B ur.< I eoiil.l ggteh it. So I Marud to fl across the woods and by and by I reached the hill. But it wasn't ther. any mtuv "' f "No! Where was It?" "Il >• geaeC acio brilgr t.< lh# other aide of the river." "My e-oodnem! I've ne\-er hearo -I worm going acms* n brirlgc:' I'MIIMIV.i... Tbis %  i ven alluaa asm ndet finally catch i| I Aleaander .hook his head "Jn*t %  i' thought 1 was catching up frith it at hut. srhal do yoo think it did? It "iiddcnly dived Into its holt' And that waa the lart 1 saw of it Sn I turmd back, and it took DM until this laorMnx to rtech this treiagain. And I'D* rt.il hungry." It waaenly Intt-r. after Aleiandci and Clarice had flown off. that KiiBrf ami lUi.id decided what the big worm gnjM have been 'Th. I robin m rhand %  none no l*r awsy whxl> gros-j Vi. in*. Suddcnl. spuuiiHK ball ot fisr futhr. BMCkl Road of Poplars" their star wns •lohn Dolphin, IH-year Old English hoy and a rotative newto the School As the host to a company of friends from! whom he wished to discover the person guilty of running away! with his wife some U years before, Dolphin gave %  cool, sophisticated performance, fatal with sufficient emotion to bring the play to n thrilling climax. He was ably supported by Nicolas Teller his victim—and Edward Hutaou, as the complacent and utterly—satisfied stockbroker. The chief attribute of both the club's plays has been the fact that not only the acting, but also the production and all that that entails, was done by the boys themselves Last year, for example. Michael Bayne designed and built the two side pieces decorated with the school erest and badge, which frame the Mage; this year he painted the portrait (left centre of photo) of the hosts dead wife.i which played such an important part in the plot. With the help of numerous friends the School was able to present an attractive set complete with full lighting, pleasant ftrrritture. and excellent pictures for the sum of only $35.00. But the result could never have been achieved hsd not so many boys given up so much of their own free time, and thus interpreted must commendably the spirit of the School Motto : ''They eon, because they think they can." '** -—.. %  *• -|M M-r.Ii IMS O" ADl'l.T* P.. IS Hi li..*. Seal M i HliJilUCN *!-• oti .%  %  USSSLH JM PLAZA BARBAREES DIAL 5170 I'rim til fi Ha— M SSM The GIANT BOX-OFFICE HIT! I ItllH Y 14th '.' _, Fabulous Fabiolci Ooddaw Of LQV. In A C*y Of Sin! warn i %  NIMBI rex Hr+t la f llaa*. Sa— Bal.—rf tmalarl 'l'.i-il:i>. S *. UO Tu-iniirrou 8.31 and .,mlinuin c SOOW TH^at5jFA6HTjBtS T-StLttR COME AUVE ...WITH iLLTHE ADVENTURE*N0 WCTAC! I a Dial 4606 rOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 Evptron. lov.H Smoylli. I^.*.ly Skin.—but they dftert Uii-lshUjr Halt. n pieliUy In Woneo . Bo:OET iim or um:uiiTi.Y HAIR with •• VEET For the Beach. Dance, Salliag, or aay Chaa whan under -ana Hair (Mcosaes Unsightly, DM VEST. VBBT is eatreawaly uasrul for men who have tough beards, or whs nod It uncomfortable to Shave Kempenber: "V E B T" remove* Unstgatly, Baperflaoas Bslr in asacUy Till: in MIMITW Wf IT-B CLEAN! IT'S CEBTAOf! irBBBTB.III That's VBBT B.P. £;3. /par tabs ObtaUiable at. BOOKER'S (BMoa) DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREKT. .nd HASIIHGS lAlph. Pliarm.crl O rW l j I'BTK PLAZA CINEMAS BHJIKiFTOtVN—DUI *31t I8Bfi. Y J^§ !" B ^2 PM 8 CONTINUING DAILY "/ WANT YOU" r.ve som il... Van IID1.IN A %  AM m HAYWAJul Daji.i tasroine rartei rean* 'M'll!*' %  %  <-' .' •• i.tLKHny u DOW IU.U, 1 P „I.I T.r RIO GRANDE PATROL raw gftaur *, KawM MAHUN a FIGHTING GRINGO Daub la Thrill aaa MANS naairoav KanSolpS SCOTT A Oserge Cabby HA YES •MiiiK raoai TL-csoa" T --':'-'?'?'.T *"-"anl MAJITV. inithABUs iDinwmuM -ia*! sno TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. ft CONTINUING FABULOUS "FABIOLA" oorjosst or LOVE D>A CITY or m* SWarrlBat MWfftatr MOnC.aJ. lU^,, VII>A1. a Tho,.a.nO. , Th, HIDDEN CITY wiUi JoMany HtUPnEU> aa %  •BOSTBA* Th* Jimck* Bo, BRAND OF FEAR raas • * at a sui laMlri is s. s so P i %  BIAI. OI-OB. Oar> coopaa—rxwia NIVKN 1. a.. -pr.l.l IBB BItevhv LAHB In -TOMQLSBT OP %  niNM A \II\Htll\ SunBBI CASBSON ""Tii till li % %  —era, nouiurr u. THE ENFORCER OLVMPK THE ARKANSAS SWING H ^a n a rg a HOT SHOTS a BONANZA TOWN nrai FROM JOVF. asM-n%  1WS fleiSIK ulttVF STOBa SSamM Art* wars Kavln O Mnm— mad %  •mow t-owrsoaiB" fnlo. by Taaki %  aanaas iKMMht-sn* •.'.,. MANBINT OS arsrrar ISLANB TTLSZTiG;, "tat Ml. MUST" aaa ""• SriTB FA* r Hl-.ruui Sa*^ MBlaon .Tosirrm MID NITS sp<-..i vtTioi* a*iai ... % %  oca aanrar" Wiei T*O> NBAL OUMCB ROYAL R'Saali Daaaat • • Boksn aaB fc wsB. DstMh* Pairlek %  rraraa.1 AOBBFT AT LABOKand -BAVAW* anas •• T— a> aTaawajB • av or BON -M ,, %  as rsxas ranaoiss KWO or TSM





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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MABCH 15, 1H3 Colonial Development And Welfare Grants Total $852,003 "i.KMm.i. SUCAS. nmVAL IX THE i Aim.Ill \\ AI'l'KOWL by thr Secretary ui State for the Colonies of lfi Development and WssUere grunts totalling $852.003 was notified to 0M Contptrollrr for Development and Wejfare tn the West Indies during January. An important scheme benefiting Barbados, the Leeward M.r.dc Trinidad and Tobago, and the Windward Islands u That (or (lie establishment of the Eastern Caribbean Farm Institute, which is to provide instruction in the •stance, method and practices underlying or connected with agriculture in the Eastern Caribbean at an intermediate level—i.c. at a theoretical level lower than that required for the diploma of the Imperial College of Tropical Agrfcu] urc This scheme should in time furtaei iwe jeera. a farther grant have a widespread effect in im• -•• " %  *" ssaarwVwa. proving the si indarv* of peasant A grant oi >o^.ih> has wen -ufarminii in all the particlpati 10 cover tn* estimated ealeases. A Development and Weiexpenditure up to Ihe enu ui ik*j3 fare grant iii find <. %  %  % % %  < %  eniptoysaent vt % %  %  wards initial costi estimated it lion engineer and ilatf la Ai.u•412,717 nua. A fui tB Cssaaada, a small itrant— is BBaareead %  S1B0—cowra increased *osl ol sstda 1*44 aa I rtnfl lUeaaaaea paid to the •aUDlis-meu. md rtuiiung of the Executive H< using Officer in Central Co.irn Station in Antlgu to provide (20,846 t cove, improved coodltons of service for The approval of those gramthe A* isunt CoUOl Oflsoer, ttv brlngl the total of Developinent oppotntmeBt of a second Ass, Welfare assistance to the ant Cotton Officer nd olh*British West lnd.es since th.1st charges. April. laM to t&JM*S*. St. Vincent receives *s oox for the construction of a stud i-* In Bequia, one o' [he tf'.ar.ds in the St Vincent Grenadine* dependencies. Meteorological Service* Three %  Mbnantaal groi.u are anproved for maleori,logieal aervlcts. One. for S'.'8U,U18, rovers proportion of ..„ %  recurrent i i Th( a ^ nma ,, remains with of the nearsr cstaDLabod Brm n iiUl ,„. s#n ,. ice of an Exccutiv Caaajblan Urtor WM-lll" p. I UUARANTBXD COVKaSS -NO TuTflON THE CARIBBEAN Sugar Festival of lvM attracted many tourists to the Dominican hcpublic aoxiou. or wlinsi-ing the csrernonlBn marking tQe 460th anniver-arj of the introduction of the sugar can* In the New World by Christopher Colnmbuv Photo show* Mi. Trtna LlnWre-. sf TsuJIUo City, Sugar Queen l'tfii. hleeung with hsr csne scsptra the Brat east tags of thr year. Sugar Is the beats of the Dominican economy -(I HP ) well t jit equipment taken uvei by lh • ScrV cc iiom the United King* dorn Air Ministry. The rest ot th< recurrent expenditure will be divided betwoen the Wp-t Indian I'overmnen's and the United Kingdom Hhtlltrj of Civil Avia lion, the former contr huHRi *lao and the ittei ._ review. M12,00(l. Tv mentnry Eram.-. totalling SlW.enrt cover expenditure on the Service during 1930-:. Two greats are made lb; tfeologle.il survey work: ST.B''i to meet thr revised CO*! f V\ survey being carried out In the Leeward Isliind-;, and S4P0 to provide for thincreased salary of i field >-tstEnt m nrittfljras. The additional work required and for wMoh the latter was provided has >et somehow to be done. riovumn had also been made lor, aim ..^piic-nou* reeasvea tor IU puki ol l-oreraaii Mecnaiuc BaStsaal sioieaeepir BMl CfieCtBd appointments will uelore long Monthly Report Of Waterworks Department FEUKUAItY. Gerseral Supply Due to U ass 11.42. fa-ins you. in prominnice, against the western wall of this Hall wil' tell vou much of the SchooIV "rifin. IU tradition, and its founder General Sir Christopher Codnngton. There stands the res-, horse of the Barbados Arms—atop the Maltese Cross symbolic of th* Knights of St. John on a background of white and silver. The Crest, you may be interested to ( know, was designed by Mrs. Sealy. the wtta of Canon Sealy for many voars Rector of thli Parish. Ann hi keep the pattern of historical' sequence alive in our midst, you may note that It surmounts our Intor-House Shield which was. Ktven by the Hon. A. P. Haynes. > .nd that both these stand house spirit of/optimism that was our Chief's live on with us still: and • still the Old School Block bears tho stamp of its ancient Unease. S*cul IKCUm Co. UM 1JAJ) %  DSSVT S ixtrrooN W.HOOS. or ACCOUNTANCY. 11. Duk Mr***. M JMINI LonOun. S W 1 KriKland aiut .1! 11 WrlVnH Stiwt Laaeea. w i < TO-DAY'S NF.WS PLASH %  eaaweat at*TsoaraT -IU I I ri.AKTIC B* THE YARU tiinpert swansi 01 lOMNadN NAUK AST Tbe posl of r*vikoiincl has not yet been lilled1 (liter crop And— If iioulM oi s VC! w do so byI r lh* ,,kl ..:-!„ rhn, BB, civlnf pbr 1 ih panii.c ran lieamir I tlolh M1CV. • all who lake lie ioof trusses have no' turj. but. after cleaning and t .,,1, 0-1 ute 11-.11.. "ig. are quite >oui*u. Tins link bfouj tna wnoai isoasa ( ihe not only improves the supply ootmaed drj pump room, oaa — - -i*" "> along the top of the iirst cliff m %  asitnaf ine situation 1 ttartr.ioUng sheets, n wouw Christ Church parish bul will ur.ut r'auuily uurma me mom... 1* auVaSmOsS 10 complete the .orm an integral part of the new Meanwhile most of the .ouluicThe ueiicc.y srwas ( I Bwl ID I I •' • *? "T^H TJT-^ ,W " a*?sS work of the dvpartmenl (or winch B l. Lucy and northeast St. Feler m UaS pump room, bm 11 the BdCaW Church, for Hrdeh the uruviMun has been made will bare already ui u.e dephirauw trusees uor nnieh an expcuii-i mpes are on order. This system. llljlhc end of this nil in wnlen incy wweS left > not tu.n up b> which is des.gnad to Inco.poiale. ...ancial year. May. There .* no pipeo water UK. end ot March. Uie P'PO work the lower parts rt the present %  „_ %  %  „ %  during the daytime north oi mil proceed. tort Geor B e zone and so give the The Hon. Dr H. G. M.sslah, 1 ,. .... been aome U.ieiiup;„„ st Lucy -na nono al 0.U. Bridge 'ter relief, should result In Chairman of the G-vernuig B.dj u-w> 01 e-xuaoium,... of „,„ ^MM* The 2U-in.li diameier aiteruil better supply to the -high po.nts moved .in able vote of thanks ami M c-p.u.. v,or*. uuougn im norm-east St. Peter. Tho „. Jln trwn XM DM llolle IMmp4 J-f cn UIt S*£i* ^P" 1 nid <"" *• ai glad that Uv ...-...,. Utraa SSSwM u. lloo,. ^^ wal€r Unk lorn „ aM Slatwn lo o.anuview Uesei! n \ 20 c TV r "P w rd -' to .'h Government l.ad accepted tn ( wiasga to uv "paired in urn ^eednj he aliuation as far as ^ oir IB osung taken over the Belle l "£ast point at_ 400 on which the principle of the new library but Sfeouaud arc.i. -mo monI'.ein.* p,,,,^,^ bul mia ctm never be (iu || } „, a ondge of single span, leswrvon . ou^il iu ImplemenUtion would have to u* .jipiaa*ky *•"* u. asawmi mutB UMn an unsatistaciury attd ny fe et. whuh u is piopwseu u< Fire Hydrants, await Profeseor Beasleyv, Piscat ru^-ir, out every eitoik fxytmiVQ means of supply. Too launch a. a completed unit. The The set of plans of all lire survey. u— w ui^.g mucn amumU jaatre oi St Andrew i* lauiuh. during which no risks liydran's m Bridgetown, its sub.,* possible 10 completion SU p uiied up tu Ul altitude of (il ,i lw takan, involves considerurba. Sprightstown and Holetowii. approximautly 00 feet above me Bb |g psepwrBSBBB at the site. The has been brought up to date and sea. in spite of tne temporary pipe mrnpomnt parts of the bridso bems handed crossing. Uie slip in me hillside „„. i-xpected within two montns. Offleer. above Koater Hall (St. Jowph). Bridgetown Arterial Mainn Technical Advisory This Is about ih e only bngh: The "ur main baa eompleied Committee Whl tDIMtJ apark-and its not verv lumin|t| Jourill v riIlll Belle IMmping A further maeting uf th.. ,;,'.' \. UI 1 ll v '''* l: (Station to the top of Spooners Waterworks Technical Advisory Z2=-. „ w ," aouM %  *•*• — Ihe W" from Uellc to Committee took place on the 12th mu J n i a their aignt seau. idview, wim the exception of of the month, in regard to stand""" ^"PPUiB tours, workmen o. supplementary scheme of 131,120 "*"•"—— y,^ punips whossshipment the vicinity of Belle Gully, was by plant for seneratlng electricity ine aaniusry Deparuniit had U has been maJe to enable the ov'ihe department has recently wo delayed for two months, laid long ago. and its conlinuaat the new lielle Pumping Stab e called out to remedy a align. ernmem of Trinidad and Tobagl received uie two rollers provided which, in view of the remarks unlion in IS" from Grandvlaw to lion. Enquiries have been made "U'9mce at the entrance to uw to continue Its me1?ria research, tor in the euirent ttnanctal year. dtT General Supply" above. Hi ittoiis is now proving tough, with the Crown Agents in regard warehouse. scheme to the end of 1WJind 'lese wlU soon be ready to s, ave t ur nd out to be so vtul, Tho coral encountered is not oc to a suitable second-hand plant. _., This nuisance was somewhat unavoidable, it being caused by Social Services u* Housing, education, ;. i mu>>s eal research beneflt from 1 approved %  ohesaea. in Ant l _ua, u grant o( lls.a&3 will t isbi government to buy a 16-acre alte as an initial step in tin| Jief of slums conditions in Gar-' leyV Laiid, at. John's. St. Lurli receives llG,3tll to extenl JlSl 4S1M1U1. ,ora particularly, work on Unto the Fire I u.i'.... i ue.t'M sioweu uoi ne priority work anu lo I on tin* lsav Drain Block Cleared receives 41C.3.I to extend t'no* ..-,, -. „%  -—-" .—. ous. ,:,, u Colony's tenchor MaAakaj scheme "^^^S "" B^i Western Supply llaymnns ffl* for an addltlonsJ four mordhs. • J-^L-_ a i System Gran supplemental)scheme of 133,121; The purrlps, whose shipment the \ %  tn the end of 1932. Government Appointments 'and these will soon be ready to nave turned out to'be so vital'. The coral encountered is not of to wurk. The Department now has, arrived on tho 21th and are In homogeneous texture, which ren23 rollers of which 6 have been the process of being installed, ders • blasting: In a resident!* purchased since its inception. This work is top priority, and Most of these are working The scheme under which Fiiuiiiciil and Economic Ad>> was appointed to the Windward The tenantry Road provision Island ii due to | ie Sap<>t $U4.0OO has been allocated and teatbei [n ordei ... I thr apthis year's programme of works ooititmtnt may bretained ior praettaavj completed. area LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION IN the Court of Ordinary yester lay, the Acting Puisne Judge Hi I-ordahip Mr. Justice O. L. Taylor The wash water from the pipe limited the petition of Charles L. not being able to nnd un outlet. L Scale of St. George, for letters Hooded along the gutter, the wash sand from me sea belou the Central Foundry Workshop. rauslng a block of the drain there Jagan Admits Importing Red Propaganda Osaa ^c*n'n< the Government would be oUjiWL'UrVN, March 11. any tune to ban genuine UoteOS atleaoed u>days meetunion literature which ii.* 11 .no i^aiure when Uie sidereu cssentuil for the aaeaie o^ciod on a motion b> oi workers aa to their H-Mi. Liuoal Irtf"""" asKint bill tie* and rights. uovarnaant to piomoit aaBf colony, of Uterature, niilili^*-'-**—i pi"'p£anda or nun* An.c. -re .uuvorsv# or contrary ^y^n' .a ine pouUc tnwrest. Jaaaw rats eabato u.uKkiy shifted v> )„,, 7K. leftist Peo,.i > headed .,. Usm Ui Cheddl Jaiisn and i ftar three hours ... laaea unul Friday. rsaHt""f ineaJdng for 90 mlnf m.de !.i. u.ipassioood plea for the egpport of hi* motion a flrst stcy towards blocking the operations of communists In th< ^olonv whi'ii hi tie lared ware IncTSSSfng dau>. He duplayed and tad frorr "cores of phMs. %  pu' 1 shed In Mos,-w and .pha-t*id *hat cow was sending out special propsRaiMll directed towards the Caribbean. From i !hcr ivrpphlets he quoducali'in respon'lAaked by UuGovernor If he sra tnu^oslng an amendment. Lee maid ho was only throwing out a feeler to the mover of thi trd report: held the floor for nearl> tw.i hours after which the Coun i u adjourned. JafU eharged that l.uckho* was working W the interests ot capitalists and feared the growins Imltsance Oi the P.P.P. amons He freely associated self with Moscow, referring TI to "we" when spenkina i bout Russia, No Revolutions H -iii"tti frceh from Stalin. licnin. Marx and other prominent Communists and declared that Stalin did not desire to start revolutions in other countries. Mo*-i ;| Kan denied that the Communists, plan a revolution with guns, bu ^ald he had dedicated his llh awards the liberation of Britisl Guiana's workers by a revolutloi >( ideas. He admitted "we" ng both difficult and dangerconcemed. both within the Deous. Tha Highways At Transp*r' partment and outside, are eonDepartment have assisted in th< cenlrated on it. This completely loan of a large air compress.^ new system will require careful and rock cutting machine. •'nursing" to full activity, but the Bottlenecks half million gallons pci day. lor Two more bottlenecks have which it is designed, should prove (l ,. n "expose d." The 3" "' Administration to the estate of up as Pierhead Lane at the engodsend to the afflicted areas In ,,,,„. %v hich runs from Welches Williams K. Hopkins who died in trance to the Dry Dock where iiould ,st. Thomas) to St. Thomaa Ametlcs on July 13. last year. workmen had to place large block i >iurch "supplies" several other The petition oL Dorothy F. of wood to facilitate crossing. 3 pipes it is 2 miles long end Marshall rf Friendship Land, St. II have to he relaid In •". The Michael, for letters of AdminlstraThe trouble was remedied affthe north of the Island. It run .i very bad annual headache Determination oi saSBB level, and also precis levelling. 'jetween Spcightstown and 11*• %  ,, i 'Aeon Wlldey Comer and turn to the estate of her husband the sand was cleared from new pumping station, shew lhat Hie Pine Development is ion.Charles Marshall, was also drain which ran under ami i at present the surface of the treat %  ,.| ,.| v. 3", 4" and V in that granted. the road. water in the new H.. | rr The 3" and A" must be — —— —..% % %  %  %  %  is about 10" above mean Ml pinlsssaj with 8". even if the V' level, indicating that there is %  iin d 7" nre left in the ground, layer of fresh water 33 feet deep n |j „nly bv "weeding out" at the well site. Care has to be un derairable and illogical corntaken to ensure that salinity Is binatlons that supply general!* not induced by excessive pumpwill be improved. In addition, to ing. This is une of the polntl give an even and continuous ana that will have to he careful!v p i v over ( n e (stand, considerable watched. .x tens Ion of the distribution ayeMb ShtUta eumpin* '""il'^J-MSiiM UI Station H^ Fort George v*tem. past The masonry work of the walls Canev.de (Christ Church) I* : should, with present progress, t. being laid with 8pipe? recovercompleted. In accordance with r rf from Hock Dtindo (St. Jarne-n. j schedule, at the end of March Thev were laid In the past cen) labour demon-tratlons talked ol ihree-mue lone parade• 6,000 hungry workers proi.^.tnc pinst ih< %  of liv and otliers with pictures ot .lagan 'hakiiir. nands with lopranklnj E ear Communists Luckho.. iiso made reference ren-ti ''n in ii.interest of the work' %  .,' Itefore the Council sal, P.P.P • xibers headed by Mrs Jagan Not Cnmmun'st Icmonslrated outside the Guiana Ifon. Bob Lee. the next speakPublic Buildings carrying poalei-* er. declare*! *hnt the r'' P T\% with slogans opposed to the monot Communistic and nsurfH *UoB. When the Council ad"ouse. that It could never become ourned ;it :"> p.m crowds outaldn %  ,d with him in(de It. increased to hundreds necessiLaa teH %  <* mnttori hsdle i.itlpg foot and mounteH police vorded and said he would have wards as a precautionary meos%  unonrled It If I' *-s plalnlv nre. lhat if" obtect vmt |o l>rn Jagan received loud cheers on -irtatlrm of Commun: • leavfni while Luckhoo took boos propaganda. A-. worded. Lee fait with a big smile. To Have and Have* Not by Ernasl Hemingway ThU is a di • l the Keys af Florida. Thr re mantle reslon •! bland and sea. I trough which the Gulf Stream Sews. — the Keys. Cuba, and thr >tralta between%  provide s main;lucent netting for a tsle of advnilure. And Uie characters whom Mr. Ilrmirurway describes win their existence b> adventurous living. The overture is dramatic, thr >urreedlng scenes matnlaln the ilteh. and Mr. Itemlnsuay's vignrous, unronvri .tksnal atyle Is, all X 'supremely adaiilrj to the recount ilng of a awtfll* moving, riolrnl, flilghlv (olmired exploit. All VIM ATE vr\no\i:iv Broad St and th* Village Greyslone Shops. Balmoral Gap *> Law KIM Thrift ssesen farei new In sffed. Choice efDC-4efCaoit.Hat.an, Choice of three reutss. w Sleeaar Service. KLM i "MwlH-Stepevtr Pto ..A reef aorqefrt otlaw Ing you to viiil many dHsi ot no asfro *or KI.M'a fast aenica from the l unhhenn to tteroeg i" planned for your convsoience, eomfetl and en>n>iiien> Vou choose the day you want lo go, tha route you want to take, tho plane you want to fly. Baal of nil von know who lever your choice, meals Will be full eourse See delkioua. NOW! Dental Science R*Y*li pROOf THAT MUSHING TEETH RIGHT AFTER EATi.W IS THE SAFE, EFFECTIV! WAY TO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream All the pleasure of two cars ... THE PRICE OF ONKf V.1KH iht lOiulittori in-Hc oo u> uaW wiUt UM bntim and BM BSBSSBBK ih Morra Minor CoaxarShte it UM osr lor UM paamna of ih tn-ji ouidoon Bui if the climala a la %  ncUa asootl. UM hood %  rtd nmdins safely glas* indoi compwir the oonerslon to eon, e,iihcr-proof comfort The 'Minor', ia spite uf its modest ua, Heat lour. and ihere'i %  wparaia uimpartmcnt for lussast. loo t In ihis version of Ihe world'* biggest small car bay you Muoy SM ait-aflUfa. of two cars, bai jour oud> %  oal. ihe cost of oaal Corns and aw a /Hindi CONVBKBBtM FOHT ROYAL U Alt ACE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diitributori Phone 4504 YOU'LL FAVOUR FOR rTS DOWNRIGHT FLATTERY, COMFORT AND LONGLASTING QUALITY. The Suedette -PLAYDAY" I,. here's the Shoe for you Smart at a new Parln .comfortable aa a houar Shoe and so economically A vailable in &f WHiri Sizes S-8 PRICED AT ONLY HI ACK $7.25 \jiut€i



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SATURDAY MARCH 13, 1852 BARBADOS ADMX'.m PACE SETEN Development Schemes In St. Joseph l\\ KOVING RKPOBTKK LOCAL legislators have been harping lor some lime un T: I proper East Coast Road. lh I %  -u lias agreed in principle tu the cOMLructton of such a ruad but no initiative has vet been shown l thai! problem ? If it is the need <>f technical ;.e constant land slides experienced in St Joseph -fid Si Andrew will present insurmountable dilUculUCt, the Joes Rival KsUtes in St. Joseph have sup..--wer. ihe supervision ol Mr. Springfield, ruad worker, were %  DOOr. iha bus, putting down boulders on Management of ihc Jot* Ki.ei nu-iler-rrule long rood while a Estates is carrying oul an extenrullrr did the levelling sive development piugramine of Here J s>*lem of aublerraiieaii road building and drainage, reconduit drainage is used for the grading a>id i Plantation of lanj purposv of reclaiming land for the .a BaSSf estates. It is well unuei planting ol crops and the running way and already producing satis„f a road River water m the factory tiltarea had taken away ugh of The estimated cost of the prothe soil into the sea to cnuae gramme to the Joe* River Estate* io-foot chasm in a Held, dividing Wl be .. ty o| naif a Uie held into two. Mr pose, to Concrete cylinder* are being %  illy soil erosion to arable laiu down In the chaxn lo Ira* Land ana to CaeOttata the reasCng off an| watei under a bridge or crops—estate and peasant—In reinforced concrete. The drain the area. About 23 miles of tai will be about 250 feet long. When sand road will be constructed il is completed, boulder* will till throughout the estates. in the remaining part of the chasm The work began early last year and layers of mould will be spread and it i* already taking shape down lo complete the reclamation looking from Hackloton's Cliff, uf land. A road will be tdd do* :i the net work of 16-foot roads over the drain so that one will ipicturesque. The system of see Die water llowing under the French and conduit drainage embruise. ployed is indeed a masterpiece of Stopping Landslides work. In ott ier to prevent the lar.u In spite of the hardships unfrom slipping, a series of French dergone by the workmen in cutdrainage has been used all along ting and making roads through uie quarter-mile of road. Th) illv and rolding St. Joseph water from the liclds. after heavalready about eight miles of road rains, or from a river, percolates has been finished—all to the coatthrough boulders to the sea at ing of ur sand—and the system lljthsheba In some areas, bamI ng to be effective, boo will be planted to stop soil The Programme erosion. A good job is being donr Tinpn.gianniie includes Springat Springtleld. fTsaan, Mellow*. At Dacrcs. a more Intricate D Vaughns and Horn RID, %  yaatn <>f French underground all of which form part of Uie Joes drainage is being used owing to RJVM EMatt*: At Joes RJvrr. the fact that the area Is more hllh BaringSeld, Mellows and Frizers, and the land Is folding more than i the running of roads are mainly at Springtleld. A road Is now for Ihe geneml development of under construction while a D7 I the estates while at Dacres. caterpillar Is making mounds into Vaughns and Horse'Hill, the land graded ground. I will be divided up into VoU for Ml* to ihe workers of the estates m will Inrun throughout the List three estates. It took me two hours a day this week to travel through the area that is being developed. At Savannah Club Tennis Tournament YESTERDAY'S RKKtXTS I MI,.Single J Miss G. Pilgrim beat Mrs. I Wnrme 6— I; fl—0. Men's Singles J. D Tnmingham beat I) I Lawless ti—3; ft—4 D. R Worme beat S P Edghili joining thai 6 1 and S—4. I ids Doublet Mi. C I Skinner and Miss D. Austin beat Mrs. R. Challenor and Mrs. T. A. Glttens ft—2. ft— 2 1 Ring and Miss Worme. in Frost and Miss Lamming 6—1. 7—5. Mixed ItouMrn i Mrs. RS. Bancroft and P Mc. G. Patterson beat MiEl'een Howen and J. W. McKinstry 1-3; i. 3 TO-DAYS UMIRCS I M),.Single Igrtm t tin. Leg,;.' M.-n Singles i C. B. Slsnett vs. V. N. Roach. J D Triminghim vs. F It Barnes Ladle*' Double* Mi QlbbOM and Mrs Bnrnei %  I UJal Hudson and Miss M. W.-xl Mn p Mcc; Patti i Mr* Bancroft \s Mrs. J. Coni %  i ind Mn A OH Bdnnar Mixed Double. laaal D Wood and Dr. C. iui Altai l lew yards ol cutting into LM iiiomu, me caterpillar Mould be halted by a 50 or W loot drop in the lana and a mound would rise snarpiy alter. Lxccpi for a "taule" of naid clay which now ha* lo be removed, the area i> Tb0 legiadcd poilion of. Land will ue used fur seaside resorts and not for the planting of crops. Il nlopes down to Bathsheba Road giving a vantage point for good kceiteij .aid ait excellent view "1 Uie Atlantic. Another roud ad under construe Uon will join the Bathsheba Road Other subsidiary roads will built as conveniences to the sea bide resorts. Soil erosion at Dacrcs is being checked by the use of subterranean graina which help to get rid of water coming down from Hackleion's Cliff. Bamboo will be planted all along the water course and land strip area. Hard work and determination resulted in the construction of the Frizers Bridge. I understand from enquiries made that the labourers had to head the gWlgsTil] D I equipment for constructing the 11'iilge down the rocky and rugged hill side to the spot where the bridgM now stands. Made of reinforced concrete and having .i 4Ufont span, the Prizem Bridge provides a road over Frlxers River which is a part of Joes River. The bridge has not been entirely COmplcted neither Is the road adjoining It which is mainly for UM w of lorries loading sugar enne from the surrounding fields. Land Reclamation Slight reclamation of Land and heavy cylindrical drainage is being carried out at Vaughns. A road is being built for the development of the area. Horse lpT:U has u network of roads. Development of this estate was the easiest part of the problem. The engineer will have many years of steady work before th • enemy programme Is completed. After the J'ca Must Endure Hardship %  %  ii*i 13. > %  ( hardships, sacri%  %  rnrultuml ..n.i I %  a n nu m K.-.I .t %  For vigorous he :1th —you must have CALCIUM s? %  An kdequM* >"Pf>lr ol IIIUMW Or*t'tb*r, !• Ksalihy boM. teaih. b> M'li %  r*qyi'd b r |'o*)> for pertoc •nou(S CM cauie a whola *'iiy ol thai you h>e enougli tattassa, nS nufim| mothers. Imamlorn fiiluf* IO OSUin "•nil— MM iriogi To emi "•ii*'i <*lciu"m m mom l*-i yoo <- and %  ••pi you 'i' KA H ff c i u m Fooc 1 had the %  %  an) SH danger %  %  %  Fact OM m u ii i ..v raflan thai the eoai of %  would 41 Wl mn tO eiuhii. •-/ iUA *"-T h,r ' w cooaUnt t-rdeney for peopUt.. draw %  meet lemporan %  -i-hio* of ihe Goal ,4 living " the general re.Kiomle rmdl%  Out ir ihi-. csitimie*! trier"i '• un economic 'CPi -1. H'lopRer>orted Loss W as Theft ,"J„ C"'"r.|>u.ulm|. Th. AN T.UA. March 14. lt 1, 'V "; ardve.1 '"I reported the %  i Ing of hi md tha I %  ne, keraoa ii of M dnia %  nd Una Havlnii ill-., i, ,,, %  ,.! u,,. u-niaining cargo. h e .ehoone ;. fc, v, n %  ""' "i %  MoitD*. DM '.-I oil ind tha m of £ i 01 UM KMJIHT, OOOOplac] "' l""t-'l,ilit, ..f l.„ • BEMAX every day they're" bound to benefit •naJ*n !or ruklicn li the fKhra %  '"•* H'wiv* o( •iiiiium, I ufir. ar.i Btlaari .aMan tiuterlf. (SOU ill %  ' •i.t.J liralih I. rijuai rr.'^ih. m* ana & FAMEL THE rOREOROOND which w once a rang* of % %  tabl*" of land will b removd by th csterplllai graded by s D-7 CstarpUlar. The w c oycs %  WITCH" BEATEN Tl M \KI-MI.\ M. xi.o. ,, Mari-h I*. i '.in.MI HTBI boataa and lafl i dead last „„., l[ ,„, wuiiant baUavod iha wu %  Hi ii %  l l • i rutting no irbj i man ran I i pulling in.-sn ... !' % %  baatfj —i '.r. 1 n. %  r.,| "COLFITO" TAKES 38 PASSENGERS '"h. ...., i m u loke i Id the 1 K %  %  :. brook and in ., in. V AMBL h* conquered tensot tlwu^nJs oi cuughi. l-'or >cis ii luheen retotnmended h. Ib.iniN. HaWi Hpal% iinit .M'rvhcre The tap \ ii.i> ii oaav .!i Ml .KHKlC.solC %  td tn ill I Jincl Ijboi ItOriei Jrkl ihn ingrnlicnt sgui hli-ulsircim *mi the treuhlc at ilri .' l %  .[ i. Hhv I igoelN MiclliM.u iiul! it t o quickly and*o thotoughU I torn the tint dose liincl raasj ihe inflamed bioo,hul panagc\ and build* up vout POWCPI ol rciwtance while ii i.le.iroying the germs wiii.li IhsTCCBllMd the cough or cold I"h • mom -m you MapaVI (! 1*01 catch l tough or colJ, take I -nn SwupanJ you uill fuw itgflM >ii 'he ro^J 10 raoavog) Aim) kc\-pi KutlciD the DOOM, FAMEL SYRUP Oh jin.ir4* i itl! < h'imttt o> north \ h %  Trade enJU"" 1 '" — g"i eompllmenta Frank B. Armstrong Ltd. BWDGtTOV/r4 CONDUIT DRAIKAOE at Iprlnsfleld. St Jo-pli Korea at crop, the roads which are alrend. 14.710 through Maroh 6. This finished and being used at present ^ ,, 16.868 more than the previby lorrlei. hauUng canes will begin ; i on February 19. to get their final coat of surfacing It | total included 1,153.985 material /'ri/i/'l* Hi if i i HHIHI Communists burst across the roiicy WSCUSHiHt volunloaw" si TAIPEH Formosa "' ,hr Communut Vieiminh rota 14 htU French Charge I> AfTa I res Joseph Arcurdiiig i.. -i roUaUo lourci discussion with thn policy POOlUon witioa 328 4iK estimated Extensive coconnut cultivation l"^nl Indo-Chlna. loavas* and 13.M5 will 1done on ome of these Blga U iOUndttg J n-mer7of war. wl-te. and this no doubt will out the National!*., on wh. tlselr ' —I'.F. artist the checking of soil erosion, position would tie if the Chinese U • n relation to tho CTl DonaBHinlati Ha rid i II %  i unttl tti roan lasuea uie resolved. —U.T. MIA") INTENDS TO VISIT ST. LUCIA it'ium Our Own rom"Bpomlriili CltRNADA. March 14 Hon K. M. Guiry, today he Intends U> visit St LuctO icxt Tuesday aa a result of lu mn today ith Hen W C;. Brown. 1'rewdent i itoseau Peasant Workers' IM1IIISAI 'V IIO.MK IKK lOlt Illustrated Revic:d Edition — 832 Pages S.UIM. CHOW ENERGY I OS I. Use LIFEBUOY TOUBTSqM Il's Mmplc lo kr fre>h f""" nwming lo night IUSI UM' l.ilebuoy Toilet Soap whenever vou mill I" n' h .Ic-T-'leaiwing lilher reallv kcet-. you fresh, so much longer! • whale lime! FOR PERSON il FRESHNESS II H IVS >NE POUND of Fl'RINA IH>G CHOW . ile in Meal anrl Checker form ... Is equal Of Fresh Meat TAKE YOL'll IXG A BAG TO-DAY ... | FOK>D HE'LL REALLY GOaW JASON JOMS & CO. IT!). AGENTS. f! %  %  %  %  n %  %  % % %  : ^ This' niost informative A to Z Medical I nrvrlopsedia can contribute much to the 'veltiiro. health an


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vw.i TRN BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATUBDAY. MARCH 15, 152 . r 1 Tl 1 A • •' %  •*.•* VI\.I>T SK.%11.V1. ST Alt .>Kecorr()k.v tstou 2 by Scaly |a which kes*n %  %  wti points %  %  ii %  %  %  ; ogramme ui 1840 n %  In 'i-.. In Water Polo Al Us Annu-I i %  io Aaao HWtdtd to QrsBsn \ and ii :..r the hlch will iTfhi III May i-' JUBM Ibl i %  that al i hi Dnlna of MiUM-stueot season*. ,...,, nm win i ition from ..„. nvtaton -v ;,. ir hut .. com. I ran a fin*, race nUUe < IHl) "A" Mami.inl imcl -Mould lie • play m thi.l OVUM Mb i ild inaan that the inm l*st pace ami set by Obourne fin which *inn In the %  B" Division Inert was a wouM ""' neces*aril> mow finish vnth Maxwell nnrt Divisi..n "A and the Uaan with ,,, ,t rBl the lowest numl-i >f i it in m ii-'l fur Devi-ion "A*" go down to Divi-ion %  : tuna ,f 2 B mins. 12'* sco. was only oneTti '' deeialon tot two divisions nd % hurt o| ihr read* record which was set up bv be more teams eiitcnriR thin l§17, PI ""' "*'' What greatly Jtiiaried Ihi %  • n > T bo*" "A" and tenting 01 the siwclators was the*"' 1 *•• %  The usual rule thalor.ii jump evant fn division :> *>" player registered for an -AT rnong these youngsters a"* am rftn ' %  m %  B ,Pnm wl M exhibited. %  %  Pl ,lv neon, a murdv chap HI 3 ft lr.ll l! % %  i hmented on hi* lump of .il though by .ill Ray Wins Fighl For Cancer Fund SAN FRA1 World Middleweight chan.;_ IB Honolulu said I.. month %  .von a umuiin IS7| came •* .-mi; rounds of turn tin' ,f Olson who M M .','.'.' r ;:-.'s**.'.;'.','.',;' r *. The ANNUL M1KI '.in i MIM un rail.i irHMSVI ••* ill-IM m .s %  Mas <•• PARK HOt"OE KoM' r IV MAM-M inxi s Rifle Shoot Btffl A (.Hi. nth sw. La be con. .-i %  of !2 at : %  %  ight bos. • Wodneslee: — ONE of the youimekt Vkiii.i.t. %  tan Sujrtrn Hhe is wen here aa sac pr rink, for Ihr forthcoming Olympii an st St. MortU In Yvonne n the. fiimoti* Huvrett* lee F.XPttr.HR %  owni i'.. The M rliC f was won by MiII Inntsj of Qimnv .fi.i the lunlor i Ml) %  Cirls' School. Trie Old Boys' Kate will Irun on Wednesday next when thSports will ba concluded nnrt the presentation of prizes made ulU arc ai follows:— "FNinn nRl.AY M Mn-aet c. Spettklnf .n.iiisi the ttsteni •i( rrlesjllun In present da) smos* polo here. Major A. It. Ko*ler. the I'realdent ol the \ -MI i itii.n -nd that ver> often team oe down Ihroutjh bad luck—Hilek memher* for wmr in iii lirpla>ers seltlns ofT late from work and the like An the ii-.inii MAS short, a team whleh niiirlu normally be a %  tri.ru (earn would Hnd H l %  n %  %  utl to prevent lhem*elvea frsm %  < 'Mini the %  j-i point*. rtmioa nci AY 1) l YAFirX 1 %  !> %  Hene t U I UN'. JVMP t • B mmittc. I should 13 I 1 l*. rertle 4A|. _-m VABIWI J M -*.-. |l„, r || Rcwehrnm UK: Rr.w.i.r ,Ai on YARrm i MI ., ob"ui m Leva •( iir-irii.,, if, Its TAMJ ? "I n in. B M Ki sfc, ,A) Wi.xi iC< Hlfiii JUMP I %  BrathD %  %  i . %  %  c. ,n ^HIQIt J! MP iv. fl Kenol %  IU should dooda I %  n. the lwi* ..i-i %  %  *r llinr 1 In* B nwl lft* Rooj. nvrr BVnten O. Sun 3S B.<—d Si %  aosys. *"l"*U<> rnsse* l %  i good fanhioii toward the end of ihe fight had nothinR fiut praise for Olson. He said "that bolonfs ..n.iwig the top middleweight* of the world I wlll BsjBl t.im if he wants another match but I won't tight him for ..tie dollar like I did tonioht". -IK ;3@ar£ Trouble Caused uy High Blood Pressure %  %  1 r from poor l-rp. less m : on. *oi 1 I nm stand that the times IlTWHr. %  iss Y A 111)1 t im •Ct. Bv'i MIQH II storri. io>, Hard, and II-M-I mi C 'ushy tup aiul mimiKi ine „*,__ %  -_,., t they hud also achieved arniifltlo MasnatA 1(1 ',,„. s-^ierntion 1 -i'-i .it umale Natation Amateur HUM i SBSkM 1 LOSSQ M Ml' -1 |f f. % %  JI-MP I II II II.,,,-. | 1IIOH Jl'MP_ 4 (1 Dealing first with the B Cla**, I notice that Rtaoluto is now startThe lAidles League was con' n wilh Fantasy. Aeeonunsj to the t.sled by five teams and although £' *' ,lm published. Resolute gave Starti**i won both the League and *m*y nine mlnutssj the Knock-out Cup. it was not by f<"i\<-.t two from Mischief and am in. ..i. ., „alk-ov<-i "rec from Gipsy In my opinion. With two new teams. HarrUon bv now atartlng Resolute eight i OlMCa and Whip|*orays. the n" n utcs ahead of Mis.hief and Men's I-eague wa biggei than """' mmutes ahead A Qlpaj ll ever this yeai, eight teams In ull. ""'"* fr,,m •""' extreme to the That necessitated playing two """f, evenings. Tuesdays and ThursUnfortuiuitelv roi l( lute, in days, a week The League Cup lhe finx UH %  % %  '" %  '" l,ld nM WM won lu Harrison College receive enough time from scratch whose keenness gave a-great booat h-iat Olpay and 'i" he has too lo the games niuc h time. Her skipper should Snappers were to be congratuhnvp no trouble ir. wlnillni -very llted for winning the Knockout "* %  .., .. Cup fur the fourth successive Formerly Hi Ho Wizard and real sword.lsh alao played well "nger starte ri 'hat any future Water Polo the opportunitv should I Highland: G. Alleyne, E. Small. TOUT should not take place In the taken to start Clpay and H T Hing* ('• Clarke. V Gill. S middle of lhe season together It ll a difficult tni.k foi Haughan, T. Medfurd. B. MayGipsy to give Mischief a minute nard. A Toitt. W Watson, and Annum sub|evt which came up m d Isat iiei A. Yearwood ?. Watson wlll be f<" discussion was the proposed ril( v i|( V(1| i (i Handicap times for the Fifth R.B.Y.C Sport* Round! n RcRatta which will be sailed in Carlittt iia\ Ihii ftftaj noon. BoBafl boatjt will benc!H hv thtnw chanters while others arplaced in a i even worse position. The H;in cap system was changed this %  MSOII T\ Htnes are now lixed bv Mr. [ran/of Bot nn and Mr. A T. Skeete. A few helmsi len are criticising the new at, ta Rr *' n ,% ,n %  l*autlful position, the old slu rootlvoi two minutes from rDawn and Dauntless. She Is startinf along with MohBWfe and they a minute from I ols a mlnut hem. Hurricane has cratch boat igrattaM %  %  i McGovern Will Fighl Monday %  -1,. usually jilmenl ll ... >r'i>, i. ads i I i lljn, il HbThBiMl day. 0.M_Nai I in make • return of B0X1NG LONDON. March. Tommy McGovern, Brttlat head of lighl-wciglit champion, who tlatils Jorgen Johansen, the Dane, for Iw-en mad* his European UtW, in IVnmaik on the D ClaThll Maich 17, did not follow the ilnce she has not usual practice of going CRICKET MATCH AT HIGHLAND TOMORROW A cricket match between the Commonwealth Cricket Club nnd St. Thomas, and will continue on March 23. The tanmg are as follows:— CnmMMiwealth: J Graham. J Lorde. J. Tudor. Mr. E. W. Bai row. E. Bereton, E. Elcoek. C Clarke. C Gavkin. C IVrku. St. C" ford. twelfth NOTRL DAME DEFEAT CARLTON Notre Dome defeated CarRon in .. Boo ni Division football match by two guais lo one in i.v ufternoon. For Notre Dame. Q'.r and rfuna kkkad m ona aaofa .d H Cox kicked tha inly goal for Carlton. At hall tlmo II. all. but in tile second half NotrDuna praatad the mora ami Gill scored aiioui ihrae minutes after pla. had begun in the second Swimming Team for Venezuela this yeai and the waya and .n oi getting, fund to fin mi • the Tinir A Finance Committee was formed to go Into the que*lllai unfl IMM from th.*-' who attend to watch the w.'.-i polo matches, %  t eferee was Mr. O. M REGIMENT DEFEAT POLICE The Barbados Regiment de feated Police by S goals to 1 in a Tlitid Division football Oitnre at the Oarrison yesterday %  he C Class. Folly, which received a minute from MUM Behave .mil M.idn. s. %  p .sun gives %  minute to Magwin ad net has been made .. -, i along witb. Rogue The handicap pan mane Ki-Ki native hen the' snatched Gannet but s;ill these boats should give Scamp a minute. Roirue and flannel .-Mould have no trouble In overt iking the other ( Gnat. Coronelta and till tlie scratch boats in the |nlerraadlatd i %  mlnutaa lo 11 i .... Keen. N hotel. Staying at home did not 1 nd not three as In the (list four affect bis schedule. He did his ires Olive Blossom It in n very morning rood work in the park] ood position, receiving six mln> opposite his London home, and ll Itl Hurricane and n minthe afternoon hi .te from Van Thorndyke. sparring at BolO With all these changes, the rejust o(T Piccadilly Circus, rommyi suits of the next three regnttan Is not worried at fighting in Denshould be very interesting and it mark He boxed 'here as an t borne in mind that no amateur, and found the Danish %  latter how good the handlcappers crowdona of tha moat iponini i > are always criticised he has encountered, "iietlmes during the season but ...... ~ %  n at the end. RACING Britain's young hurdlers are the bes". for years. That was the view expressed bv more than one expert after last week's Champion Cup race at Cheltenham. which wa.s one of the greatest I Not only the winner. Sir Ken. but also Noholme and Approval second and third respect raajardad aa great peoanat I B i Ken's Vfeton waa a triumph for trainer Willie Stephenson. whose Ol hievemcnt of training a Derby winner. Artie Prince, last year, and a Champion Cup wlnnei within a few months. Is a record They'll Do Ii I.OIV lime ir:ByJJ mini TM C5FC o&Ai^rrts.-ALF I WAS SkCKiN' ThO PAC--.i uv' MARPS vOW-UH LET we TR> S0M£ / MES OFF CtSARCTTESf %  A>6 MOE\ -*. ICB MOOCM"4Q V %  •'€ TOS*CCO OF* ALF— i FIXED UP SPECIAL OAtoS FOR WM-taPPEP -J FErTTlLlZeR-BU^ -J4T Pvp-VT STOP %  -JUST MADE MS '.'JSXaCME ORO*I~ WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY Rainfall from Codrlnstu nil Total i iioi.ll for month to daU: 51 Inch Hlaliaal I'eiuperatuns: R6.S F. Lowest Trmperatarr: 68.0 r. Wind Velcit>: 11 mile* per hour Barometer (9 a.m.t tf.*a (S p.m.) 29.920 TO-DAY sunrise: > 11. a.m. Suiiarl: i. I p.m. Moon: Fall. March 11 I iehline: S30 p.m. High Tide: 02 a.m.. 6.41 pm. I oil n.le || M p.m. WHAT'S ON TODAY I'olire Cnurta 10.00 A.m. In.in.i.-i. f Rev. (ieorgr aVlrar of iio.cobelle I p M I onthiil at Kenskiglon al s.aa pm Police Band a I Plrkwlrk C.C Dance (nw Hotel Sport* Window Kverton will meet SparUn In a First Division Football Fixture al Kenalngtaoi this afternoon at V0i pm 11 will lie interesting U %ee these l< teams In action as i Mil..,, havr Just ajajn their liivi .,,,,,. for the season when lhe> defeated Kmpirr by two goals u love on Mi.'nlo to ive the Bank Hall team their first get back. Spartan on the other hand, have only won one of their fixtures so far and will undoubtedly gat all out 'II recover lost grovnd. GO TO JORDAN'S LAUNDRY Bay Street nm. (nmbrrnrrr SI. Karhadih lliirlinilluriil Soeirty "s L\lllliiriO.N TO BE HELD' AT m lllilll. IIAI1 — ON — SATURDAY, 22nd MARCH. 1MJ2. from 3—7 p.m. SUNDAY. 23rd MAKCI11952, from 3—8 p.ra. The Public arc inrilcd lo EzMMfc Ddj Plants In Tuba or PoU 2 Flowering PlanU. i h hula in Bloom. 4. Cut Flowers. fi Table and Floor Decorations. ti. Vegetables and Fruit. 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ESTABLISHED 1890 SATURDAY. UXR.-H IS, 1952 W. Indies Trade Union Officials To Meet In Barbados i III oii'iuss or MOII AMI Iwenty Weil Indian trade union officials will ole in Barbados this month (or a school un trad, UQJ The school will open on the 24th March Sponsors are the Development and Welfare I A Development and Welfare j-rant of £5.000 has been approved to meet expenses Dean of the course will be Mr f C. Catchpol.-. OB.K. Labour Adviser t> the I Comptroller. FOR TRADE UNION COURSE GKLNADA, March 14. The Two GmuiUui selected U> attend lhe It do* trade union course are Norris Jamea of the Manual and Mental Worker*.' In Ion and II.O--.-L Patterson of the Grenada Worker* I'nlon. II u> also officially ihclosed thai one each la beta) aeirt from the SI. Vincent St Lurta and I>omlnlr.i Mill.,-1,1. Kidney Will Represent Barbados The course will follow the genof tho successful course %  !UH ,11,.1,-T lhe diri'.llgi, or Mr (' W. Burrow* C.B E .. then Labour Adviser lo the Comptroller. Lecturer on trade union subjects will be Mr. J. D M Bell, til., research worker and lecturer In Industrial relations at Glasgow Unlverity The son of a Durham coal-rmner. Mr. Bell 1.. an Oxford graduate He also run* geaf j agj courses for trsde union studies in Glasgow, and has written several mooographa on trade unionism. He arrived by air vesterdav evening. T.U.C. Donation And Goodwill Menage The Trades Union Congress of <•.•..! Ilrilain has sent the following message: 'The TU.C welcome the holding of a three-months trade union school at Barbados. As s token of practical interest the General Council have made a donation of £50 to cover a number of amall Dursarles towards out-of-pocket -xpenseThe appointment as lecturer on trade unionism of Mr. Bell, who has a long experience in the service of the Workers' Educational Association, has beet, reported to the General Council, and they wish him and the school maximum success." This message and the T.U.C's generous gift have been gratefullv acknowledged. Wide Scope of Traininc The course has been planned to rover a wide range of subjects In addition to lectures nn trade union history and organization, labour legislation, labour relations and machinery for negotiation between the two sides of Industry, there will also be talks on the social history of the West Indies and on ouch subjects of local and general sentatl' importance as economics, agrlcul-' ture. housing, flshegie* and social services Heads of departments in the Barbados government and Advisers to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare will lecture on their special subjects The Labour Commissioner and Chief Factories Inspector to the government of Trinidad nnd Tobago will give three talks each. It Is hoped also to obtain lecturers from the University College of the West Indies and the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture. In order to Impart vividness to the instruction, a number of mock tribunals, arbitrations, and discus, slons between workers and emn **' absence of Sir Allan Colployers will be staged Housed At V.M.f.A. Prom the Development and Welfare grant students will receiva free passages from and to their home territories, the cost of aeTiodation in Barbados, and THE Boaid ol Management of e Barbados Cricket AssociaUon yesterday evening appointed Mr. M. Kidney to act as one of Barbados' represents lives at the forthcoming meeting of the West Indies Cricket Board of Control In place of Mr. E. LG Hosd who found it impossible to attend the meeting. Th other representative is Mr F. A. C. Ciairmontc. Before the appointment was made. Mr. E. A. V. Williams raised the question of representatives, bringing back reports of the -ting to the local body, and intimated that he would not vote for anyone who thought that the mission was a "tea-party." During a lengthy discussion which ensued, it was observed that one of the Barbados reprehad received a notice attend the meeting, on the agenda for which was set down "To consider the Annual Report." but no copy of the report which waa to be considered had been received. Report Altered Mr Williams said he had been reliably informed that the Report which had been prepared by Mi J. M. Kidney on the 1850 tour to j PARIS, M.nvh 14. England ha<| been altered in some. Premier Antoine Plnuy pledged respects by a senior member of [General Eisenhower that his govthe West indies Cricket Board, ''•rnment will fulfil to the Umit of and asked whether mat was true. '** jibinty France's cuinnuunenU Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte who cted as Chairman of the meeting "Empress Of Scotland" Calls On Tour TIIK C.P.R tourist liner esa ul Scotland" an which Queen Elizabeth and her husband the Duke of' Edinburgh sailed hack to England from their Canadian tour last November, paid her second visit this voar to Bar bfsdof vesterday bringing 410 American and Canadian pas-, tenders. She was here on f February 7 AlrSSsdy this winter the 26.000atta Empress" ha* made tow New York The itinerary thicruise Is identical wiih the last era Uv started .id frofl March and pasted through Si. Thomas beforv calling In i She left port at about 1 a.m. todej fur Ln Gualra. Curacao, Cristobal and Havana -ncl New York again Th cruise will last 16 days. Captain Duggtn who brought Mr ban OB the last cruise said that they met verv fine weather throughout this cruise and the PsaMQgeg an eojnrtaf v.n bit * '• Everybody fascinated with Barbados and talks about Maxhtsrj and saalMtsusur*, he said Luckily fcf them, the Eaaaeaaa W Scotland stayed lotigci in port than any other of the tourist nhips ailing here this season The passengers met a sunny day and they were dressed appropriately. They never seem.-.! ttred takUig snap shots of "things of interest" about the Otv and the waterfront. The I MI,.!. .j Srelland |g now the fastest tourist liner running between Canada and England. She cruises at about 30 knots. During the rummer she is used In the Liverpool-Montreal passenger —*ice. This winter she Is on a ALL THROUOH the day. laaavli loads of thr Baggage Warehouse rasps. front the "Empn" or Aootland" ware landing doUa nrning. progran Asst. Under-Sec. Of Stale Arrives In Barbados Stock Farm Planned For B. Honduras Pinny Will Honour Commitments lymore. said that no one was in a position to say whether the report had been altered or not, but Mr. Kidney said that he would see to It that Tils report appeared as he had originally written it. After being pressed by Mr Wilto Western Defence. Eiaenhowei conferred with 50 officials and P^ eiice^ M inisters Rene Pleven at (sumption justifies expansion the the Premier's official residence in'company wil> Increase their herd Hotel Matignoii. Pleven joined' still further. tho conference which had U-en i (from Qtu Own c am — s w tS it' I.ONDON. March U. There it -till hope that a British Honduras stock farm may be dTatopd to produce meat for local consumption and eventually ] %  to other British West [ndiai i ni. nn-1 Hut the scheme will IKundertaken by private enterprise and not the Colon.itl Development Coiporafl Considering development livestock for local consumption are %  !,. %  %  uhlished licl./.f~\ .' anal Produce Company who .droady oassrate she Uirgee*. private enterprise fartr. in th*o colony. Many years ng> before motor. %  idely used in the olony the* provided horses for KMM. %  !,/,. Police Force. On (heir farm to-day the. have b<>ul 1,300 head of livestock m i.nly lo supply their workmen on timber operationirv herd has been improved by importation of Angu'* ..nd Afatrdaan bulls from Jamaica. „ The company recently came to I ho In Barbados fp an agreement with the British —26th Inclusive Honduras Government for tfae During the first week of his Mile %  ( livestock on the hoof and visit tie from 17th to 22nd not as previously at deadweight. March) a Conference <>f the Soci I aie suitable and conON a toui of the West Ind %  %  .>i conditions in the Caribbeai area Mr. C <: Eastwood. C.M.tl., Assistant Under S ol Stair Colonial fnfice. grrtved Ln brixtdog on n short visit He is a guest at Gnvenmi.Ni H Mi tStrtwuud who Is in charge of some of the eonnnili in the Oolocdal Offlos produeUoa marketing, and of the administration ..f Reseanh. held %  PrSSM t'liirferenic at G taw Police to the Cieneral H sagl l al where tt Sled abeul atst heurm after. 11 waa louiui lybag on the baak. Wales were o the body and face. A small valise was fiuad a few yarda away. The roll .<• were carrying not InvesUralion. U.S. Proposes Disarmament Plan To U.N. UNITED NATIONS td to tba United Na| plan fur