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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895

240 Miles
Of Cable
Being Laid

{From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7
The British cable laying ship
Monarch leaves London tomorrow
to lay 240 miles of telephone cabla
between Florida and the Bahamas
for -an American firm—Bell La-
boratories Limited,
It is her first trip into American

CHURCHILL: TIM.
FOR MEETING
Stalin Talks With

Indian Ambassador







IS NOT RIPE
WITH STALIN

| Isere River
Floods French

-~ U.S. ENVOY MEETS FRANCO

}
4
:
)

es

Village

waters and she will earn $120,000 LONDON, April 7
“he Monarch will call at the) PRIME MINISTER WINSTON CHURCHILL. indicated | FGNEAS, France, Aprif

Bahamas before going to
Everglades to load
American cable in
each 60 miles long.

U.K. Postmaster General Earl
De La Wary visited the ship at
Greenwich this afternoon. He told
the officers and the crew of the
8,000-ton ship—the world’s big-
gest cable laying vessel—that their
voyage was one more example of
Britain and the United States
working together for purposes
other than rearmament. It would
help decrease Britain’s

Port
1,000 tons of
four lengths,

}

to try to settle the cold war.

bers.



sibly be useful.”

ds did not mention Stalin’s—~<
depen-|“pparent overtures in the question
dence on American financial aid}bUt he asked
in its own way, because dollars|@

Churchill flatly for

third time in recent months

carned on the voyage could payy What contribution he had ready

for 48,000 bushels of wheat or|to make to a Big Three mee

300,000 pounds of raw cotton.
The onarch’s commander is

Captain J. P. Betson. She was

launched in 1946 and has been

miles of deep sea cable.



Licences For '

Textiles

The Controller of Supplies has
informed local importers that no
further licences wil] be issued for
the importation of textile pro-
ducts from Hard Currency Sources
under the General Allocation.

Licences for such goods will
continue to be issued under the
Token Imports Scheme,

Importers have also been re-
quested to submit to the Controller
certain information in respect of
animal and poultry feeds pur-
chased under the Open General
Licence. The information re-
quired relates to the total quanti-
ties in tons, and the C.LF. cost
of each type of animal and poul-|
try feeds which have arrived in}
the colony during.the first three
months of this year.’

ting
now that the West was growing
Stronger from re-armarhent,

First Answer
Churchill curtly referred Dodds
ack to the first answer he gave to

She can carry about 2,600 me fame question on November

welfth. He said then “there are
at present no plans for negotia-
tions on general problems with
Soviet Union but the possibility
of a high level meeting shoulg not
be excluded if the circumstances
are favourable.”

“That answer is not yood
enough” Dodds shot back, “Will
the Prime Minsiter state if he is
as enthusiastic now for such a
meeting as he was before the
elections of 1950 and 1951. The
vast majority of people would
rather he tried and failed than
that he should not try at all.”

Churchill replied “It is not so
much a question of enthusiasm
as it is of earnestness,”

A New Call

A Canadian Press report states:
The half hour conversation be-
tween Prime Minister Stalin and
India’s Ambassador to Moscow
has produced a new call for the
world’s top people to meet in an
attempt to settle major interna-
tional problems, “There is no out-
standing problem now dividing
the world which could not be
settled with discussion and nego-
tiation. Every effort should be

They are also required to sub-! made to get top people together”

the out-
(tons)

mit information showin,
standing quantities

said Indian Ambassador Sir Sar-

and; vapalli Radhakrishnan after his

C.LF, cost of each type of feed| conversation Saturday night with
for which orders were placed be-| Stalin.

fore the 31st March, 1952, but

Stalin’s interview with

__ to the House of Commons that he feels the time is not
ripe for a face to face meeting with Premier Joseph Stalin

Churchill's reaction to appease

the Soviet request recently for such a meeting emerged
from an evasive exchange with questioning Labour mem-

Labourite N. Dodds brought up the question of a Big
Three meeting two days after Stalin saw the Indian Am-
bassador in Moscow and a week after he cabled a group of
American editors that a Big Three meeting would “‘pos-



T'dad To Get Finest
Technical Institute
In British Lmipire

(Fron) Qur Own Correspondent

PO T-OF-SPAIN, April, 3.
According to the Hon. Roy
Joseph, Minister of Education and
Social Services, Trinidad is going
to have the “finest technical
training institution in the British
Empire”. It will, be called the San
Fernando Technical College and
will be located in the town of
that name which is in the south-
ern borough of the islang and in

the heart of the oilfields area.

The site is being bulldozed and
it is proposed to start construction
in June with the hope of com-
pleting it sometime next year.
Estimated cost is put at $400,000.
It is expected that a number of
the oil companies will make sub-
stantial contributions including
providing funds for wimgs, hostels
and the like, The@e, it is be-
lieved, wil] bear the names of the
donors.

Already the Rt. Hon. Oliver
Lyttelton, Secretary of State for
the Colonies, is endeavouring to
secure the services of a Principal
for the College.

Iran Willing To
Reopen Oil Talks

TEHERAN, April 7.
written the World



Tran has

the} Bank to say she is willing to

which have not yet arrived, and] Indian Diplomat was viewed here| Testime negotiati#ns for _—
the sources of supply of each type. | as another in the series of impor-|â„¢ent of the oil dispute | under
tant Soviet moves apparently aim-| Certain conditions, texts of a letter



New Economic
Aid Body Urged

WASHINGTON, April, 7.

Nelson A, Rockefeller, former
Chairman of Truman’s “Point
Four” Advisory Board called for
separate Administration of Eco-
nomic and Military aid to For-
eign Countries,

Rockefeller recommended

the | culosis,

ed at fostering the hope that a

ences peaceably,
—UP. & C.P.

9 1,D’s IN MARCH

Nine cases of infectious diseas-
es were reported dyring the



y the Foreign Ministry showed

| divided world can settle its differ- | today.

According to the exchange,
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
told World Bank President

Eugene R. Black that there are
two prerequisites for
the talks :

Firstly

notice issued by the Director of | from ‘neutral’ countries.

Medical Services.
There were five cases of tuber-
and four of Enteric

abolishment of the Mutual Secur-/j fever.

ity Administration, which now
handles both aspects

programme,



Secondly: The World Bank
must manage the oil industry on
behalf of and as agent of the
Government of Iran. —U.P,

resuming

The terms to manage the
month of March, according to a] nat®nalized oil industry must be

eee

NEW U. 5, AMBASSADOR TO SPAIN, Lincoln MacVeagh (right) bows
politely as he presents his erecentials to Generalissimo Francisco
Franco in palace at Madrid, MacVeagh previously served in Portugal.



~ Protests



Suppressing Civil

Liberties

(From Our Own
PROTESTS against the

in British West Indian territories are to be made tomorrow
to Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd, Minister of State for the Col-
onies, by a joint deputation of the Caribbean Labour Con-
gress (London Branch}*and the West Indian

Union.
The deputation will be

Secretary C,1.C..and gill include twe other members :

Mr. Rolly Simms and Mr, R.





POLICE START

MATCH FIRE |

ITALY, April 7.

The Fire Department here
was called out by a match
company to start a fire. Fire-
men were shown a pile of sev-
eral million matches and told
to “burn them up.”

The matches, it was ex-
plained, were defective and
had been rejected by the state
monopoly because they had a

tendency to “explode” spon-
taneously or fly apart when
struck.

Firemen cleared the area, lit
a match and stood by until the
last sputter.
UP.



of the aid ; pees "7 ,
In its place he urged B G | ik l | ' M k
the creation of an “Overseas Eco-| e e e y oO a e

nomic Administration” to be re-
sponsible for Economic Aid. He
said Military Aid should be given
back to the Defence Department.

Rockefeller said in a speech
prepared for the National Confer-
ence.on International Economic
and Social Development, that
separation of programmes
clarify functions of United Stotes
Aid Administrators abroad. The
conference was held to discuss
problems of the world’s under-
developed areas.—U.P.

We
LECTURE ON SMALL
POX TOMORROW



The first of a
Lectures takes place tomarrow
night at Westmoreland Plantation
Yard, St. James, when Mr. W. A.
Abrahams, Government Chief
Sanitary Inspector will speak on
Small Pox.

begins at 7.30 p.m. will be re- than 1,000 residents fied their |
layed through the Public Ad- home there. 4 :
dress System of the Mobile ci-' In Montana a mild river tribu-

nema, and during Mr, Abrahams’
talk a film will be shown illus-
trating his lecture.



would;

If Cheap

1,000 Homeless
After Missouri
Floods

BISMARK, North Dakota, April 7.

(From Our Ow
MR. RAY E. POWEL

if the Company could. be

inum in British Guiana.”





series of Health ;

The Lecture which}

Ice cold waters of the Missouri

| River burst into Bismark, leaving

houses POCKET CARTOON



1,000 persons homeless,
|chimney ceep in water and hun-
‘dreds of livestock drowned
Jt was the worst North Dakota
| flocd in 35 years and cost one life
The Missouri also struck at nearby
‘Mandan and the big Sioux River
churned through a dike si th’
Sioux falls in South Daketa. More

By OSBERT LANCASTER

tory of Missouri pounded at weak
jened dikes. Towns of Chinook
were in immediate danger. —U.P.

Aluminum

Electricity Is Available

n Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, March 31

L, President of the Aluminum

Co., of Canada, parent Company of the Demerara Bauxite
Coy., Ltd., told a Press Conference here on Saturday that

assured of obtaining low-cost

electrical energy “we would much prefer to make alum-

He disclosed

that it took ap-
proximately four ton f bauxite
to make a ton of aluminum and
it would be in the interests of the
company to make wt ed



product here than
Canada.

hip the

The Company has for the past



Mr. L, Jeffreys and Mr. E. Hill.

| tories and the suppression of lit-

}
in the rivers of the Colony to ty

RAPIDLY rising waters of
the blocked Isere River speed-
ed up the evacuation of this
tiny village to-day as the walls
of the hamlet of Chaudanne
nearest the Great White Dam
slowly disappeared

Authorities yesterday told
the remaining inhabitants that
all electric current will be cut
off within the next four days
to avert danger of serious
accidents or fire

In the centre of the
demolition of the Mayor's Office
is almost complete and the exhu-
mation of bodies from the ceme-
tery is finished. Authorities said
voday that they believed the rising
fiery would be lapping the ceme-

village



tery by the week-end

One stubborn inhabitant Justin
|Raymond, however, still refused
to leave his home situated near
|the cemetery on the right bank
of the Iseve but authorities said
the fast rising water will have
reached his house by next Monday
or Tuesday,

Against

| This morning, the town’s citi-
zens went to what probably will
|be the Mass to be

last morning
isaid here, before tite village be-
}comes a giant lake, covering 3,120
houses, Once a picturesque setting
jin the snow covered mountains

Curious sight-seers flocked here
today in cars and buses for the
jlast glimpse of the almost deso-
jlate village only to be told that
| roads were blocked and no visit-
bec allowed.—U.P.

|
Sir Ralph |
Meets Again |
earn

In W.I.

Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7.
suppression, of civil liberties



Students

led by Mr, Billy Stfachen,
CAIRO, April, 7.

British Ambassador Sir Ralph

Stevenson to-night saw Egyptian

Foreign Minister Abdel Hassouna

for the second time in eight |

/

Chandi Singh.
W.LS.U. representatives will be
Mr. Roy Augier, Vice-President,

of intense diplomatic activity i

+ which the Egyptian Premier
eaten ~ the North American
the terri-|@lso took part,

It was Sir Ralph's third talk for
the day with Egyptian leader
on the Anglo-Egyptian treaty dis
pute. First he saw Abdel] Hassouna}
this morning, Then he had |
minute meeting with
Naguid Hilaly Pasha during which|!
he was understood to have handed
over aide memoirs covering nearly
a month of Anglo-Egyptian “ex-

The chief points which the dep-
will bring out
restriction of
Indians between

and
ador

utation
alleged
West

Ambas

erature which in the U.K, is avail-
able through nermal channels,
Memorandum
Last night at Hans Creseent
Hostel the Caribbean Labour Con-
gress executives and W.LS.U.
officers drew up a memorandum
incorporating these points. This
memorandum will be presented to
Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd,
Mr. Billy Strachen told me to-

a 75-



t

travel will be based mainly on|Jefferson Caffery saw Hilaly

Premier; 8

zone as far as i



APPEARING FATIGUED after her tour of Europe and the Far East, Mrs.

Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of the late President, reaches San Fran-
cisco’s International Airport where she is greeted by er son, James
Roosevelt. Ai left is her secretary, Miss Maureen Corr. Mrs, Roosevelt
said she ‘“‘was not surprised” President Truman wouldn’t run again.



Conference | Truce Talks
On Trieste Stalemated
Continues TOKYO, April 7

On the truce negotiations frant

‘ armistice delegates met for about
. LONDON, April 7 | six minutes at Panmunjom to ec
he three-power. conference on} if either side had anything new



frieste resumed discussions today | to offer on truce supervision prob-
on the compromise plan for the! jems. Neither side did and the
inclusion of Italy in the adminis-| ,eeting adjourned until Tuesday.
ration © the West controlled | Prisoner exehange . discussions
cee entered the third day of an°“in-
Foreign Office offici: denied| definite” recess to give opposing
eports that talks had been “par-| teams in Munsan and Kaesong the
ed” by the West’s anxiety to} chance — to ‘develop additional
ivoid a solution which would] avenues” for resolving the pris-
uwitagonise Yugoslavia and by| oners of war question. It was be-
their reluctance to meet Italy's} ieved that these private sessions

| probably directed .from the high-
st levels, might re@bult in an over-

The ciscussions opened here, On| all comprontigé af all. outstanding
Thursday and Western alficials| issues like, the prisoner repatria-
nade clear again today. thal ney] tion, of BR as a member of the

demands more fully.





ve concerned with the task . of post-armis truce ‘team afid
rawing Italy closer to Western}uirfield repair and construction
dministration ‘of ‘Trieste but will] propaganda breadcasts from Com-
xclude moves which would prej-{ munist China launehed their bit-
dice the future status of Trieste] tey attacks on United Nations
is a whole ruce demands and coneentrated

instead on German warfare

Marshal Tito has warned West- a. ates r ,
ern powers that any such move charges. The allied voice of ee

ould seriously imperil Yugo-| United Nations Command ae
lavia’ co-operation with the] Voled its broadeast to answering
Vest these charges. —U.-P.



British and American diplomat
ve stated they are anxious to
Italian demands in their
practicable

HEAVY RAINS
SAVE CATTLE

eet

Italy will be offered a sizable
share in civil administration of BRISBANE, Australia

he zone but she will not be ked April, 7.
oO supply military forec Soaking rains over the sheep

of Northwest
the worst

cattle
Queensland

country

The Military ended

authority will re-



the experience of Dr. and Mrs.;Pasha immediately after Sir aie att lanes drought in fifty years and saved
Cheddie Jagan of British Guiana, Ralph Stevenson. work has been done “during the|thousands of starving stocks. Up
who were refused entry into] To-night’s meeting between Sir aaakiend:’* pave the way for,t© an inch of rain has fallen over
Trinidad and Grenada despite the Ralph and Hassoung Pasha lasted| ourrent discussions and to speed!a wide area and more is expected.
fact that when Mrs Jagan visited |one hour and ten minutes. Both agreement.—U.P UP.
port "by" seven "members ot ing igee continued to maintain ut

Legislatire. most secrecy about talks which w

are officially still in the “explora-
tory stage.”

The talks have been the subject
of sharp fluctuations in the Egypt
ian Press with great optimism one

|
gloom the
it to the
|
|

The memorandum will contain
instances of other eases where
entries have been refused by West
Indian Governors, using the veto
against the combined vote of the

ploratory talks.”
lay that the charge of restricted! United State: Ambassador
i

elected members of the Legisla-~ day and downright
ture. next, Caffery’s vis

Charges of suppression of liter-|Premier gave rise to fresh
ature are based on the British|rumours that Anglo - Egyptian

Guiana Government Jaw recently |talks are in a delicate phase. But
passed restricting the sale of any |the Ambassador told reporters lat

literature contrary to public in-jer that his mediation efforts had
terests, “success in some points”. Other
Other West Indian colonies!questiong would be solved “in the



ture but the deputation to Mr. |tioners.—U.P.

Lennox Boyd will object to the

principle invoked by B.G., which |

hey say, gives Government the!
dn

publish lists of prohibited litera-|near future” he replied to que |

ight to ban any book, magazine
or paper without previous notice. |
The meeting with Mr. Lennox
Boyd will take place at the Co-|
nial Office tomorrow morning.,

PE ee a |

quiry Into Mount
Gay Deaths
Adjourned



} four years been carrying out tes‘ ; ¥
RAIN HOLDS up The inqury into the cireurm
out the possibilities of hydro stances surrounding the deaths ¢
electric ee wer but nothing of SHIPPING Allan Carlyle Norville (39) «
consequence has been found to Occasional showers of rain yes- | Harris’, St. Lucy, Samuc! Clari
indicate good prospects for secur-| terday morning affected shipping|(51) of Indian Ground G
ing low--cst energy by hydro-| #¢tivities in the harbour, The; Greenidge (28) and Lystal Greet
electric means netor vessels Interpreter (Har-|idge, a labourer and cousin 6
The new expansion programme] ison liner) and the C.N.S.|Glyne who was a resident of

.

of the Corapany in British Guiana] &eighter Canadian Cruiser, which

Hill, St. Peter, was adjournec

bic) angie elS
HASTINGS

KIRTS
HIRTS











will be costing $10 million and the hed if port loading sugar for|April 16 by Mr. S. H. Nurse, ‘
President added that local vest-| the <. and Canada respectively, | oner of District “E”
2 Horses see Film of Grand National ment in the e¢ ol on ie at the’ Were held up from working during No evidence was taken yes HORTS
moment wa approaching $59 the intervals the rain was falling.| day. It is expected that the G
“ee 99 i "foniel : he cout Schooners whitch were at workjernment Analyst will give }
‘Nat as Crazy as it Sounds a a ae a oe in the Careenage were also held|findings at the next hearing. TI CARVES
aoe » The Company's invest. UP While sugar lorries bringing! four men died in a vat at Mou
NOTTING, England, April 7. { Fanaa o Py orale ze te sugar from storehouses to the'Gay Distilleries on Monday mort WEATERS
Two thorough bred race horses watched the film of last Satur- a vad eg ae féuart¥ 7” cr : ae i waterfront had to use tarpaulins. ing, March 21
day's Grand National Steeplechase Classic to.day and were so i Rania ‘s ith Pee a4 thee adiaaan es casie
entranced that they stood through the motion picture a second ' eountttoe. | ° h Mi ° Will A i. *
time. Black Diamond and Eastern Prince were invited by Len Spanis mnister ] ’ ct | ie Nap are an ar eT |)
Wilkinson, Manager of the luxury Odeon Cinema here for a private Bandit Shoots Himself . | 4LL. MATERIAL: f
showing, after Wilkinson had decided that they might pick up } Hapesammtpemtnce |

some pointers by watching the wirid’s best in action. He asked In Penang Schoolroc m

local breeder, Frank Coton if Blac: Diamond would benefit by his

As Mediator In Middle East e . rf

$1,800 PAID AFTE VeV dni eh

SINGAPORE, A ROME, April 7

1 . hy
Horrified school child: “ ol ued a ©
experience and possibly shorten his odds in point to point on his | LO YD VER’S DEATH ‘mah identified man ry Authoritative newspaper “Messagegro” said the real purpose of
forthcoming race here. Coton sent the eight-year-old gelding to nt en himself is a “classroom. in Penat the Spanish Poreign Minister Alberto Martin Artajo's trip to the THE. ONLY SHOP OF ITS KIND IN VEST INDIES
Odeon this morning accompanied by Eastern Prince, his stable Compensation to the amount]schoo! where he had « » Arab States was that of acting as a mediator between the West “ths ‘

mate of 11 years. When the film started both horses perked up
their ears, opened their eyes and watched intently from the time
the horses paraded up to the starting line until Teal charged home
the winner ahead of Legal Joy and Wot No Sun. They were so

of $1,800 has been paid into the
| Assistant Court of Appeal by
| Bulkeley Lid., in connection with
| the death of Lioyd Taitt, a lor-

from pursuing police
fired at Lance-Corpora
earlier in the mo
policeman returned

nd the Middle East with the hope of permitting Spain to enter H
Mediter ite 3




it certain times not only into the defence

anean but also in that of Europe and the

system of th
Atlanti

SHOP









ry driver of Haggatt Hall, St.|chase with the aid of a detective Referring to the trip as one of “particu! I da
intent on the first time around, that promoters agreed there should | Michael who died in an acci-|]The bandit was ther riv t tive of Spain’s intentions of “resuming a more active rol
be a second showing. dent on My Lord’s Hill on Marchja classroom with a singl Pe eign policy “Messagegro’s” Beirut Correspondent said, according to
“The idea is not as crazy as it sounds,” said Coton, a local |25, while driving the motor lor-|way. They sent for reir editorials appearing in newspapers of the Arab countjies Arta

i 5 |ry G.125, the property of Bulke-}ments and, waited outside becauss : J ; ge t oe
breeder. “Horses are intelligent animals and he might have gotten liey Faetory the schoolmaster pleaded 1 i intends to present a plan calling for a Mediterranean defence I
a lot of inspiration from seeing better class horses in action.” } shoot into the class. The gt n between Spain and the Middle Hast

UP. The dependents of the deceas-jrealising he w L ; f UF

at jout shot himself in his h

jed will establish their claims an
later died in hospital U.P

ithe Court May 7, 1952
i











PAGE TWO



Carib Calling —

M* J. LOCHRIE, Cotton
Officer of Colonial Develop-

it nd Welfare Organisation,
here from his headquar- A
i Antigua on Sunday by?
B.W.1I.A- on a routine visit to
Mr, A. deK. Frampton, Agricul-
tural Adviser to the Comptroller.

He exp®@cts to be here for a
couple of- days staying at the
Marine Hotel

En Route’ To England
N

RS. E.-MARTIN, former ow n- {
Fe




arrived
ters

er of the “Cocoanut Hills
tel, Montserrat is at present in
Bz ere idos On a short visit with her
son Sidney and his wife Margaret.
Mrs, Martin who is originally from
Montserrat used to live in England
until two years ago when she re-
turned to Montserrat to take over
the hotel. She recently sold it
ard her son and daughter-in-law
10 live in Cheltenham came out
Montserrat to atcompany her
back to England.

They leave for England on Good
Friday and durimg their stay here
they are the guests of Miss Ann
Penchoen of Kent House, Christ
Church, Mrs. Martin is Miss
Penchoen’s aunt.

Barbadian Returns Home
R. EDGAR TAITT, a Barba-

dian who has been residing
the U.S.A, for many years, re-



SQ. LEADER “BILL” RAMSAY

Liaiscn Commissioner
bpd e em LEADER “BILL”
RAMSAY, recently appoint-
ed Liaison Scout Commissioner for
Barbados (between Imperial Scout

in Headquarters in London, C

s ; and this area) is once again int
turned home on Sunday evening Barbados on a short visit He is
by B.W.LA. via Puerto Rico and $ne of 'T.C.A.’s Navigation Officers
‘ntigua for two months’ holiday ang a member of their stop- oat
which he is spending with his crew which will take the T.C.A
mother Mrs. Elizabeth Taitt Of scheduled Wednesday flight back
Burke’s Village, St Joseph. to Canada tomorrow. He is a

guest at the Ocean View Hotel.

U.S. Medice Leaves

\*R. DAVID POE, formerly U.S. Engineer
4/ Professor of Columbia Uni- R. EDWARD LEAHY an en-
ity, and his wife, q Dental@i' gineer from Long _ Island.
rgeon ‘of New York, left by&New York, who had been holiday-
B.W.IA, on Sunday for Antigua4%ing in Europe, arrived here on
On their way back to the U.S.A. Sunday evening by B.W.I.A.

after spending about five weeks’
holiday here. They were staying
at the Marine Hotel.

For an Indefinite Stay
ETURNING from Grenada by
B.W.LA. on Sunday morning

where she had been on a two-week
visit was Mrs. M, Barrett of Lon-
don, England and daughter. of the
late Mr, Alfred Harewood of A.
Hubbard and Co., merehants: of
Grenada,

She has now come to continue
her holiday staying at Super Mare
Guest House where she is quite
settled and afforded every com-
fort.

Mrs. Barrett, who has visited

e island on several previous
occasions, was here since January

d will be remaining for an in-
definite stay.

from Puerto Rico for two weeks’
oliday. He is staying at the St.
@Lawrence Hotel.

Spent the Winter

R. SAMUEL E. DOANE, a re-

tired electrical engineer from
Pine Orchard, Connecticut, re-
turned to the U.S.A. on Sunday
by B.W.I.A. via Antigua after
spending the winter. He was ac-
companied by Mrs. Doane and
they were staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Paid Shert Visit
R. A, CLAYTON SMITH, Se-
nior Partner of the firm of
Messrs. Fitz Patrick Graham and
Co., Chartered- Accountants of
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, returned
home yesterday evening by

B.W.I1.A.

Mr. Smith arrived here on Sun-

<

Seccnd Birthday day by B.W.I.A. from Antigua
R. G. YVONET left on Sun- Where he had been on a business
M. day afternoon by B.W.LA. visit and spent the following day

here staying at the Windsor Hotel.

Off to Venezuela
R. THOMAS LEE of Black-
mans, St. Joseph and a for-
mer student of the Lodge School,
left on Sunday evening by
B.W.LA,. for Trinidad intransit to
Venezuela where he will join the
staff of the San Tome Oil Company
for a short period

to ride in the Union Park races in
Trinidad. He told Carib that he
was to have left earlier but he re-
mained over, to be here for his
son Francois’ Second Birthday on
April 2nd,

Francois’ cake was in the shape
of a “2” and he cut it with young
Mary Lawless who celebrated her

birthday wo » days later.



The Women ’s Editor Asks. ‘





h. Wheite: tur Baa oie a ee 7. When some unavoidable acci-

f en .two peop.e are ap- dent happens at a dinner, is
proaching the same parking it correct for a guest to offer
space on a street, which one assistance if at the moment

“ is entitled to the space? no servant is present?

2. Do the young ultra-moderns 8. What is the difference in
drop the titles | “Mr. and meaning between the two
Miss’ in making introduc- phrases appearing on wedding
tions? invitations; “Request the

q sti fab’ ; ‘ pleasure of your company"
quette? your presence”?

4. If a person insists against the 9. Are blind persons permitted
objections of others upon to fly?
playing his choice programme 10, If a_ secretary realises her
on the radio, would he be re- employer has an_ interest in
garded as a rude person? her other than_ platonic,

5. How many days does a week- should’ she encourage him
end include? just enough to keep her job,

6. Is it correct to use “and fam- or be looking for ancther?

ily on an envelope?

@ Answers on Page 3.

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3.G. Schoolmiaster

R, ERIC GRANT, J.P., head-

master of the Ituni Govern-
ment School, British Guiana, and
Mr. Winston Harper of the Agri-
cultural Department and Scour
Master of No. 25 St. James the
Less Troop are on holiday in
Barbados.

Mr. Grant is the guest of. Mrs
Deuglas Foster of Two Mile Hill,
while Mr. Harper is guest of Mrs.
Phillips of Alkins Road.

Mr. Grant returns to B.G. in a
few days’ time while Mr. Harper}
is on a longer holiday.

On Holiday
R. ALFRED MOORE, son of
the late A. B. Moore of Bank
Hall, is back in Barbados spending
a short holiday with his family.

Mr. Moore is with Alcoa and
lives at Point Fortin.

Also spending a short holiday
with the family is Mrs. Dolly
Roach widow of the late Mr. C. A.
“Buller” Roach of the City
Council,

For Trinidad Holiday
ZV EAVING for Trinidad on Sun-
day evening by B.W.I1.A.
was Miss Molly Wharton of
the Co-operative Bank. She has
gone to spend three weeks’ holi-
Â¥day with her brother and sister-
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot
},Wharton of Port-of-Spain.

Returning te Canada

A ARS. LAWRENCE E. GOMES}

of Montreal who had been |}
spending three months’ holiday in|
Antigua, arrived here on Sunday |
afternoon by B®W.I1.A. for a few |
days before returning home by the}
Alcoa Pilgrim. She was accom-
panied by her little daughter
Peter and they are staying at the
Hotel Royal.

For Easter Holidays

UITE a number of Venezue-

lans arrived here over the)
Week-end by B.W.LA. and L.A.V.
trom Caracas for the Easter holi- |
days and are staying at various |
Hotels and Guest Houses.

Among those arriving on Sunday
by LAV were Mr. and Mrs
Nouel and family from Caracas}
who are staying at the Windsor.

Mr. Nouel is General Inspector |



J.|

of Stocks of the. Public Works|

Department in Caracas. /
Spent Two Weeks
FTER spending two weeks’!
holiday here staying at the

Windsor Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. C
B. Roach and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
F. Simons of Venezuela returned
home over the week-end by L.A.V
Mr. Roach and Mr. Simons are
employed with the Shell Carib-
bean Petroleum Company.

+ *
E. A. BONCI

R

zuela, returned home last
week-end by B.W.LA.. after}
spending two weeks’ holiday}
staying at the Windsor. He was

accompanied by his wife.

Mr, Bonci is employed with the |

Venezuela Branch of the Shred-/
ded Wheat Company of Canada,

B.B.C. Radio
Programme

TUESDAY, APRIL
1.0—7.15 pm. — 19.76m

1952
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31 32m.

4 00 pm The News, 410 pm. The
Daily Gervice, 415 pm New Records,
445 pm Sandy Macpherson, 5 00 p
Composer of the Week, 5
Nights at the O 6.00 pm
Magazine, 5 Meet The
monwealth Sports Round
3 Prog Parade, 700 pm “The
News, 710 pm. News Talk }

— 6.53m., 31.32m

7.15—10.20 p.m.





7.15 pm Rendezvous With G&

wealth Artists, 745 pm. Personal

trait, 800 pm Make Mine Country)
Style, 615 pm Radio Newsreel, 830
pm Report from Britain, 845 pm

On the Occasion of the Jewish Pass-

over, 900 pm Books T> Read, 9 i5
pm Theatre Talk, 920 pm Ray's A

Laugh, 10.00 pm The News, 10 10 p.m
From the Editorials, 1015 pm Herbert
Hodge Talking, 10 30 pm. Countries of
the Blind.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

The Shadows’ Match-Box Cart

—They Trained Two Beetles to Pull It—
By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid, the ined
with the turned-about names, found
two beetles ‘and decided to tame
them for riding.

“We can sit on their backs and
make-believe they’re horses,” said
Knarf.

“I'd rather train them to pull a
cart,” said Hanid. “Then they could
take us wherever we want to go. It |
would be fun having a cart. We
could make-believe they were ponies |”
instead of horses.”

As for the beetles themselves,
they didn’t seem to be much inter-
ested in being either horses or pon-
ies. All they seemed to be interested
in waa darting off and crawling un-
der a rock.

Hairpin Fence

Knarf and Hanid put up a little
fence made of hairpins and match-
sticks. The fence went al] around the
two captive beetles so that they
couldn’t get out except through a
sort of gate made of a broken comb,
But this gate was always kept closed
except while Knarf and Hanid were
training them.

Knarf made a harness and saddle
for each of the beetles, and he and
Hanid got on their backs. It wasn’t
easy making them go to the places
where Knarf and Hanid wanted
them to go. They would scamper
along in a lively fashion down the | #nd the Robin family, and Willy
tiny path that led across the mead- | Toad, and Mr. Grumph and the rab-
ow. But every time they spied a | bits and the chipmunks all waiting
rock, they both forgot they were be- | fer them.

ing trained as make-believe horses Knarf kept a sharp lookout for all

and tried to dive under them.
: the rocks, and very carefully steered
One day Hanid found: an empty | the beetles away from them. But it |



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The beetles ran into the meadow
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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 . BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
'
S ast ; Meee ASHP DESCEND A enp-pasvenee
Answers T? CONTROVERSY OVER W.I. FEDERATION (reo non. bz. d | :
d ers o r . Lone me ¥
°. Editor’ ee : Of English Harbour Upak?’? .» 1 Mixer :
Wane Halter’ Need For Mainland --=seiav picocec & ——— Hold Meeti ar Blood :
. 4 o etin :
Questions s . PINAY PLEDGES FRENCH SUPPORT . 8 -y Helps to cleanse the system 4
Colonies To Take Pari aeimspuad LaME’ grote taced Lentasaaae 3
1, The one who has stopped first ae, first Annual General Meet-| § i :
g i » atte oO ing of the Society of the Friend = impurities in the blood m *
a aie LONDON of English Harbour was held a aches and pain : ff and 5
stances | should one “cut in A CONTROVERSY has arisen in the correspondence His lecicney the Coveres Sock | J Sunllblens” Miciage he :
alga of another who is try- columns of the London Daily Telegraph over the chances the chair. A motion was moved 3 re tle 06s Beas “ : the 8 ts a 214 assists
ing to park. of success for West Indian Federation, in view of the cost ty Sir Jamés Ray that the same : dale a Gee -
Yes, they use first names, of establishing and maintaining a Federal Government Staal tes tar coon oe . i SOO HRY OSS OCP MEN OT 17 IA wee Ise eSes
especially if those introduced and in view of the reluctance of the mainland Colonies to ve Te





this was carried unanimously. H

to

are ae to be considered take part. Excellency is patron and chair- ao
ne ae” is Se One correspondent finds it difficult to see how the man with six executive members i
ple: “Shirley, this is Jimmy , oe ; ed opp 9 oe Messrs. F. H. Warneford, Yrancis
Leach fror- Manchester. Jim- standard of living in the West Indies could be improvec Anjo, L. C. Wright, S. L. Athill.
my, this is Shirley Baxter. by adding to the existing t#irden of high taxation the cost Rowan Henry and Robertsc
Shirley lives in Liverpool.” of 8 Federal Government, which would be considerable. Ward.

If there are several in the ‘Quite apart from salaries and ———— Se See

In 1951 the Society collect
$5,311 and already for the fir
quarter of 1952 $3,500 has bec
collected through additional mem-
bership fees and donations. Afte
expenses have been taken ouf tl
society has $4,000 on hand to cor
tinue its repair programme, Ther
are a number of new Life Friends
A record day on which gate fe
amounting to $60.00 wis collects
occurred on Thursday, 20th Mar«
when the Dockyard was open
the public on the occasion of t
visiting yachts. Since then gat
receipts at a bob a nob have beer
steadily increasing and not nece

»
réten, thé one making the in- staff expenses and housing for a!l PA g ie
THIS
QUICK
EASY
WAY

il





7 2 J
Ay , . this official duplication on a high- U S. “Crime Axe
Say tae ian ee Sheeran er and more expensive level,” he 7 .
a > $ ° e writes, “the travelling expenses , ul
such as: “The | felloy. over pach session of the» nagmnacons Chie G lty
there with a. black eye’ is delegates, their advisers and
David Jones. Introductions fssistants, would be heavy. Of Contempt
are often followed with hum- “While no information about
orous remarks. the cost of Federal Government NEW YORK, April 5
" . . Re is put forward, the advantage F. Costello (61) alleged Co-
. nventi s gen agree- ; . ; :
3 tiles at cic See claimed is that thereby the West Leader of the New York—Miami
basis of any custo : the Indies would be able ‘to speak “Crime Axe” was found guilty
like, oo Ps % Ration Or 'e with one voice. But to whom, or last night of Contempt of the
like, a aes ie = pry what about, is not indicated. De- United States Senale and faced
ancer ed standard, method or fence and foreign relations would a maximum sentence of 10 years
usage. be out of bounds, while, as things in prison and a 10,000 dolar fine.



on

Etiquette is a set of rules
for proper conduct to be ob-
served in social life the worid
over. The essence of eti-
quette is kindness and con-
sideration for the other per-
son. Convention change with
the times, but the basic rules
of good manners never
change.

Certainly, if others express
their preferences. For a person

are now, there is no difficulty in
making combined representations
about commercial inatters; the
recent successful sugar conference
is an exaimple.

W.I. Economy

“What, as I think, is needed is
not any new adventure but a
truce to political experiment. Let
the economies of the West Indies
have a chance to try to digest, in

The Jury deliberated six hours.
Costello, smartly dressed in a
blue suit showed no sign of emo-
tion when the Federal Court Jury
held that he was guilty on all
ten counts of the Indiciment,
charging him with contempt of
Senator Kefauver’s Miami
Committee during the hearings
here last year. Specifically, Cos-
tella was accused of refusing to
answer questions as to his net
Worth his indebtedness and his

toine Pinay assures Gen. Dwight D.
wil! fulfill “to the best of {ts ability”
The Allied Supreme Commander said he
“courtesy call” and was “delighted” at the ‘atti
, on collective security of Western nations. (International Radiophoto)



com:
ad intended his visit to be a

of the new regime

Famous U.K. Travellers



arily by tourists as local peopl

we showing enthusiasm. Las

week $66 was collected as against
585 for a whole year by the loca
Government in the past. The
Society has now been granted full
rights to handle the affairs of the
Dockyard for the next twenty-five
ears.

The Executive Committer
thought it would be a_ good
dea to ask ships of H.M. Navy if
they would undertake some small



Ment} im’ Balm
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so quickly that it seems
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can feel its cooling,
soothing toush begin at
once to ease the painful
throb. And*Mentholatum’
is so easy to u You
just RUB IT ON. Rubit
where the Pain is and the

. ‘pair work rhen they visited in goes. That is all you have to do to bring
uiet, the ch intnn od i ie = cciese work | Wi F Pain goes. aan ; :
to force 4 radio programme a e. he recent {has hare een Politic inpluding “willium kes Harbor ae Dense: immediate relief from Aches and Pains. The
upon a group is a_ bad yniversal adult suffrage has re- ae M. : nae ry @ Sear CES Sees PAs ay we Oe © oe : yet’ Meatholatum ’ the soouer you
u sal a 5 ep ; im eo mn from sooner you get ' Me )
as to force a film upon those suited, as might have been fote Odwyer for mer Mayor and now With assistance of men ? . : ; tin tends
; : s » as ir ed § »s ass n oul n al ean 1 S. Enj Ray they repaired will get relief. Quick 0: O-Gay.
who do not wish to see it. One seen, in lessening the ability in +r S t ates Ambassador to 1 iM Enard y rey repaire ill get relic L

should .always ask _ others
what they would like to hear.

Usually a week-end lasts
from Friday afternoon before
dinner, or from Saturday
morning, until Monday morn-

different Legislatures, which is no
help at all.

“To yaige the sfandard of
living requires the injection of
new capital into the industria)
life of these islands. Prudent

Mix Trial
Kenneth M. Spence, Attorney

for Costello immediately filed a
motion for mis-trial and Judge

ST. GEORGE'S, April 3.
VISITING GRENADA this week are two famed Eng-
lish travellers of the post-war ydars, Dr. Matthew Da Fano,
medico-soldier, and Mrs. Anne Da Fano.

ihe capstons. When H.M.S. Spar-
rew was in harbour during th
First Caribbean Cruise they
mended the rails of the stairs

leading up to the Pay Master's |
juarters. In gratitude of their |

ood, work H.M.S. Devonshire and

r Sylvester Ryan has set 10 a.m. They are now on a more leisurely tour in the Carib- IMS. Sparrow have been made |
ing. people 4 not be encouraged bS.T. Tuesday for 8h bean after a station-waggon trek, starting from Belgium [fife Friends

6. An envelo eadi “Mr ay there 3 Losislghires April, 1948, across Europe, the Middle and Near East to Ut has been suggested that an-
‘ pe reading, ; may be dominated by the irre- In asking for mis-trial, Spence in April, 1948, across Furope, the Middle and Near East t« |

and Mrs. Z. X. Webb and sponsible.’ charged that < India through ninet tries

ras 4 e 2 t a New York news- rough nineteen countries. @ on page 5 |
family” is not considered cor- Following this, another corres- hn tied talked a juror into Dr, Da Fano, a son of the late iz |
rect, because it seems that pondent points out the advan- getting out of his sick bed to Pr. Corrado Da Fano, a noted; —-—~— wo ee -










the sender recognised “Mr. tages Federation will bring to the attend the final day of the trial. London histologist and first to de-

and Mrs. Webb” individually, West Indies, but asks; “Can Fed- Actually this is the second time Scribe the sleeping sickness virus, e
but the remainder of the fam- eration succeed without the par- Costello has faced these charges. Served throughout World War IT

ily only as an impersonal ticipation of all the West Indian The first ended in a mis-trial, in the R.A.M.C. and was in at the
group. However, thé words Colonies?” with the Jury deadlocked 11 to Normandy landings,





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ede Only By
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“and family” have been used one for a conviction. He now devotes his time _ to ¢ land.
so long that only fastidious Overcrowded Areas In his appearance before a travel and nature study, having an ; ¢ (Est. 1889) Slough, Eng

people consider them bad ‘et ; / Crime Committee here last year, admirable associate in his wife 1 rt out cine
taste. British Guiana and British Costello was one of its most un- who is a Fellow of the Royal m

Honduras have a vital role ‘o

7. Naturally, any guests should play in the success of Federation,
act spontanegusly to aid his this correspondent points out, He
hostess, but the majority of refers to the density of population

co-operative witnesses. Once, ne Geographical Society and_ whose
not only refused to answer but war-time service in the A.T.S. has
got up and walked out.—U.P. made her aid invaluable as &

first class driver-mechanic. She it
the guests can do just a: of Some “of, the overcrowded was "who aubbga ‘heir woeen |! faster and easier tham ANY
much by keeping occupied or islands in the Caribbean, in- “Calamity Jane,” a name which

entertaining themselves. If it cluding Jamaica, Barbados and r f Lo become familiar in headlines ss
on a pee eet oe Mun the saaieeecoteages toe ses Harr BAY 8 the British press followed their Yes, FAB — even in the hardest water — will get
ae ine poe the “upset”, ritories on the mainland. Sch. Gardenia Wy Sch. Bverdene, OU the dirtiest garments cleaner, whiter, brighter — and
. a. “Redistributién of population Sch Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip H = ‘The Da Fanos, after seeing som (QUICKLY too, For your daimby things or heaviest
wash—use FAB...put it on your gwocer’s ket ‘RO-DAX.

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a style that has long been in the task of any Federal Govern. rietta, Sch’ Henry D Wallace, ‘et their villa at St, Jean, Cap Ferrat,
use for wedding invitations ment to solve,” he says. “Britisn WMO" ache wote Pt France, where they live since

ing is to be Honduras is perhaps the least ARRIVALS selling their 30Q-acre Bucking-
given ee pecatise you prosperous of "a the Caribbean MV Atpeiprvak, 286 tons net, Cart, hampshire estate They intend re- SAVES money
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wedding, (b) The phrase for instance, would be to the ad~ jet, Capt. ‘Tromp, from St. Lucia,

“request the honour of your vantage of both territories. Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net,

sencares t ddin “Over-population in some ter- Capt. Caesar, from Dominica.

presence refers to a wedding rj i and der- latio: in Schooner United Pilgrim S., 47 tons

at the church, because you Titories and under-popu in net, Capt. Stewart

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Tuesday, April | 8, 1952

BULL’S EYE

IT IS impossible to praise too highly the |
lucid analysis presented in chapter II of
the Report of the Comptroller of Develop-
ment and Welfare in the West Indies 1951. |
The writer puts his finger on the weak- |
nesses of our’ present economic condition
and adds a doubt which has been fre-



quently expressed in this newspaper
whether the present mood of optimism re-
garding public finances is altogether

soundly based. And he says unequivocab-
ly what is true that there has been a ten-
dency to .ssume that the recent rate of
increase in avnual yields of revenue can
be maintained more or less definitely.

‘he reason for this tendency can be
tairly attributed to the great hopes which
have been unthinkingly raised in the area
by peuple from within and outside. Poli-
ticians and visionaires like Professor T. S.
Simey have encouraged people to demand
more and more social services without
stressing what should have been stressed
at the time that these services had to be
paid for by increased productivity from
the people clamouring for them. The re-
cent elections in Barbados for instance
were fought on the straight issue of the
“have-nots” taking from the “have”.

An official report of the Comptroller of
Development and Welfare could not be
expecetd to state facts so baldly but the
conclusions of the writer confirm the fears
which have been consistently expressed
by a responsible section of the community
whom it has been the stupid fashion in re-
cent years.io, regard as reactionary or
even enemies of progress. Not only does
the author of chapter II prick the false
bubble of easy optimism, but he points to
the perpetual skeleton in the West Indian
economic cupboard when he writes “in a
tropical region which is subject to the
hazards of climate and occasional earth-
quakes, prudence demands the accumula-
tion of reserves against wide variations in
revenue yields which may be due to such
natural factors as well as to market oscil-
lations”. He underscores this point by
referring to the severe hurricane which
hit Jamaica in August and to the action of
His Majesty’s Government in the United
Kingdom in providing grants and interest
free loans totalling £4.6 million, and the
supplementing of these sums by substan-
tial relief funds and private contributions.
Not only Jamaica is in this perilous con-
dition of dependence on others because of
no adequate reserves. “Most of the gov-
ernments are working on a_ negligible
margin, while some have deficits and few
have any considerable reserve funds”.

The writer also emphasises what all fin-
ancial experts have consistently empha-
sised that at present “it would not appear
to be economically desirablt to add to the
general level of taxation by import duties
or by the direct taxation. of incomes,
although no doubt there is scope for some
improvement in the collection of these
taxes”. Governments instead “should at
this stage direct fiscal policy towards cov-
ering commitments already known from
current taxation”,

That is excellent advice. Willit be taken?

This acute observer of the West Indian
economie background points another fin-
ger at an evil which is generally admitted
to be prevalent throughout the area the
lack of information which is topical and
accurate regarding the yields of revenues
from taxation. Another shrewd observa-
tion of great significance is the high figure
of expenditure on capital works provided
by Development and Welfare and other

Grants as compared with expenditure from
local revenues. He also touched on a very
sensitive and almost untouchable subject,
which is conveniently forgotten by all
governments for obvious reasons, when he
referred to import duties. These generally
form one third of the total revenues and
while the rates of duty are not unduly
high, a large part of the revenue is derived
from duties on essential foods such as flour
and the cheaper types of clothing.

No government will like the idea that
government, especially as in Barbados, a
government committed because of . the
Bushe Experiment to follow the advice of
the party with a majority in the House of
Assembly, is somehow connected with the
high cost of living. Not only would this
seem here to be political heresy but it
tends to split the effect of the prejudice
which is so effectively exploited in this
community against the unfortunate people
known under the collective term of mer-
chants.

The author of this chapter does service
to the West Indian communities and to
the British taxpayer who will eventually
have to pay for any mismanagement of our
aff:sirs when he asks whether at a time of
high prices there spould not be an attempt
to lower such dutfes on essential commo-
dities as playing a large part in the in-
creased cost of living of the poorer people”.

There is much more that is excellent in
this chapter and in other chapters of the
report. If the politicians of the area
would purchase it (price 80 cents from the

Colonial Secretary’s office Bridgetown)
and read every word until they had mas-
tered it all what an improvement would
be noticed in the standard of political de-

bates in the Assemblies and councils of |
the British Caribbean.



The People

To The Queen

an appraisal of the new fount of counsel around

with a matter which in the light of past events dominates all others. A proposition
is advanced: There should be a Master of the Queen’s Medicine



SIR CECIL WAKELEY,
President, Royal College of
Surgeons

DAME HILDA LLOYD,
President, Royal College of
Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

Should These Three Name A Man To Guard

THE Queen, on this 48th day of
her reign, has a divided House-
hold, consisting of those who have
lost their jobs because she is no
longer Princess Elizabeth, and
those who are under notice be-
cause the King is dead.

All, however, are busy.
ters are being arranged.

But they are not being rushed.
The customary six months’ notice
to officials on the death of the
Sovereign is being extended. The
Queen has said: “Let the old
team stay together until after the
Coronation. Let my former staff
lend a hand in the meantime.
Then we can sort things out.”

In the old team, from the Lord
Chamberlain to the chief clerk at
the Royal Mews, names will be
reviewed and, in some cases,

One Man...
SO it was decided, from then
who could use his

litical ends.

Mat- tem began,

ality,

cently — that one doctor has
quality of leadership.

Such a man was Lord Dawson

and performed it brilliantly.
Their Dismay

is not likely to declare.

no Monarch since 1594 has ap-
pointed a Chief Physician.

A Vital Post

THERE will be a Master o
the Horse. And, no doubt, the
Duke of Beaufort will continue
to control the equerries, pages,
grooms, stable servants, and to
supervise the royal stables, stud,
and kennels,

came serious last May.
A diagnosis is one

agree upon it.

Music; and even though the post
has become honorary rather than
executive, Sir Arnold Bax may
solemnly be reassigned.

But towards a nomination for
the vital post of “Master of the
Medicine” no steps are likely to
be taken. Members of the medi-
cal profession are deeply anxious
about this. Their anxiety may
well be shared by the _ public,
wishing health unto her Majesty.

The Queen, if she follows pre-
cedent, will appoint about 25
physicians and surgeons to the
Medical Household, All these will
be front-rank men, and they will
carry on with their normal jobs—
as eye surgeon, ear surgeon,
gynaecologist — unless they are
summoned to a royal home.

They will have equal status.
There will be no “chairman,” no
one doctor with the plain respon- bulletins were
sibility to make a difficult decis-
ion when there is disagreement. King was suffering from a growth

This, say doctors in advance, jn the lung.
will be’ a weakness in the chain Jt is not disputed that by the
of protection guarding the Queen's time Sir Clement Price Thomas
fortunes. It is a weakness rooted was calleg in to remove the King’s
in the buried and no longer rele- left lung, the right lung was also

vant past. ; affected.
Elizabeth the First had a Chief True, the King died of a heart

J : ;
ek dodo eee wit» attack, which his doctors could not

anish spy accused of trying to Possibly have foreseen. But after
eas ie Queen ye = pe Are the »peration they knew he could
name as a_ fellow-conspirator. not live many mre months be-
Lopez, on weak evidence, was cause of his lung trouble.
hanged, drawn and quartered in Now the question is being posed:
1594. ' . How can Queen Elizabeth the

operation.

cal Press, stated:

by

one meaning.

ion to remove a lung,

Question

issued,

News From Britain

“I'm ruined in Engiand” said
Ralph Slater.

Ever since the days of Dr, Mes- r
mer hypnotists have had their Jaw student, who happens to be
ups and downs. For the last ten the heir to the tribal chieftainship
years a few professional hypno- 0f a single tribe in a South African
tists have been making quite a Protectorate, to be the centre of
success in Britain. Ralph Slater, Such a clash of principle, For the
(born in Russia as Joseph Polsky, basic reason why Seretse's case is
42 years ago) was perhaps the debated at Westminster is that
best showman among the hypno- law and custom in the borough
tists. But this week at Lewes °f St. Pancras London find noth-
Assise the judge awarded dem- 198 wrong and little even incon-
ages against him, to be paid to a 8Tuous, in the marriage of Euro-
girl whom he had hypnotised on Pean and African. Yet all over
the stage four years ago. most of that Continent of Africa

The other hypnotists in the CUStom is certainly outraged, and
business are divided. One group, !â„¢ Some territories the law would
of medicai hypnotists would like @¢tually be defied by such a mar-
to see all variety performances T@8e. S¢retse Khama—the grand-
brought to an end. Another group 5°" of the great Khama who made
makes its best living from the @ treaty with Queen Victoria—is
variety shows, they have only a 4 Person of importance because
minor interest in hypnotic cures he is one of the leaders in the
or smoking etc. To my experi- “Protected” area that South Afri-
ence, most of the hypnotists are C4%S most covet, If those Protec-
experienced and cautious men. torates are a success, politically,
They know that they are playing Tacially and economically, then
with a very powerful force and British policy will be heavily
they are usually very careful to justified and South African na-
leave no damage behind. On one tionalism | successfully defied.
occasion a girl in the audience at Seretse’s inter-racial marriage set
a show given by Peter Casson re- the cat among the pigeons because
mained in a trance, He was cble ‘t is just the thing of which South
to take her out of her trance by Africans of European extraction
telephone later in the evening, ®”€ most afraid.

Probably if Ralph Slater had been
as careful no case could have been

(By, D. T. ROBERTS)

re there is a_ political
: ' background to this latest decision
brought against hih. to ban Sereste Khama from his
WIDELY DISCUSSED hereditary place. The cause is that
Now hypnotism is, of course, for nearly two years the Bamang-
being widely discussed. Doctors wato Reserve has been ‘ruled
are interested in it as a form og directly by British civil servants
semi anaesthetic in child birth but lather than through a native chief.
they usually regard it as a rather The tribe would not seek a new
dangerous form of drug as it chief while there was uncertainty
needs a great deal of skill to con; about Seretse’s future. Now he is
trol. The obvious benefits to be banned indefinitely and the Gov-
gained from the use of mild hyp- ernment’s hope is that the tribe
nosis are easy cures for too heavy Will pick upon a new chief and
smoking, or other habits. How- settle its own government without
ever it has never been shown that him.
hypnosis is an effective answer In the House of Commons the
to alcoholism, Now there is a whole incident looked as bad as
Private Members Bill before Par- possible. The suggestion that
liament that seeks to put hypno- Seretse should have a job in
tists under medical control — a Jamaica read like a bribe—and
reasonable precaution, was greeted with jeers. The Gov-

ernment was obviously discon-
SERETSE KHAMA certed by the strength of the
Seretse Khama sat_ in

the joint Labour and Liberal protest.
House of Commons .gallery: with Incidentally, it was difficult to
his hands folded watching the argue that Conservatives hac
curious drama of his life unfold. banned Seretse in order to assist
Yet another hectic Westminster the United Party in South Africa
scene. Surely it is a strange fate in its fight against

Dr. Malan’s
for this young and unassuming Nationalists extremists, At the mo-

on, to have no Chief Physician
privileged
closeness to the Monarch for po-
The committee sys-

Since doctors, however, may be
of equal skill but varying person-
it has happened—and re-

dominated his colleagues with his

of Penn, physician to King George
V. He assumed the unofficial role
of medical chief to his sovereign

NOW ‘the men who attended
King George ,VI were the equal
changed; but one appointment she 0f Lord Dawson in medical knowl-

edge; but there was no one among
This will be no precedent, for them to whom the rest looked
automatically for leadership when
concern for the King’s health be-

thing,
t and many brilliant specialists may
But a course of

- action is another thing, and the
specialists may be left undecided.
In such circumstances a man of
Lord Dawson's calibre is needed.
: And in serious ailments like the

; ung growth from which the Kin,

There will be a Master of the ‘Ms suffering, delay, imcoed. oon
be more dangerous than a decis-
ion to undertake an exhausting

The professional journal, Medi-
“It was with a
fresh sense of dismay that we
read of the uneasiness provoked
the persistence of his lung
symptoms after what appeared to
be an attack of influenza in the
spring, for this could only have

“The subsequent examinations,
culminating as they did in a decis-
i made it
only too clear that not even roy-
alty can hope for immunity from
one of the most notably increas-
ing of modern diseases, neoplasm
(malignant growth) of the lung.”

A
IN September, before any official
American
specialists were saying that the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Barbados Builds Up Flying
Fish Industry

PORT OF SPAIN, April 3

A NEW method of spotting flying fish is
being practised in Barbados. It is the analy-
sis of plankton, the minute floating animal
and plant organisms on which they feed.

This technique for increasing the catch is
described by Mr. D. W. Wiles, Barbados
Fishery Officer and a delegate to the recent
Fisheries Conference sponsored by the
Caribbean Commission, in a paper sub-
mitted to the Conference.

Mr. ‘Wiles reports that the government's
experimental boat, using a plankton indi-
eator, and relying on the evidence afforded
by examination of the gills and stomach of
freshly captured fish, was able to find pro-
fitable fishing grounds with much greater
expedition and accuracy than by traditional
methods. Mr. Wiles states:

“These results have been reported to the
Secretary of State’s Fishery Adviser, Dr.
C. F. Hickling, who considers these obser-
vations so important that it is proposed to
send out to Barbados a trained student in
plankton research to further what may be
an important link in the determination of a
profitable area in which one should fish”.

“Barbados”, wyites Mr. Wiles, “is prob-
ably the only place in the world where fly-
ing fish constitute 80 per cent. of the total
fisheries industry”. He goes on to tell of the
steps being taken by the Barbados Govern-
ment to foster the development of the flying
fish industry. He states:

FISHING EXPERIMENTS

“In October 1949 the Fishery Experimen-
tal Boat ‘Investigator’ was launched and has
been engaged in carrying out experiments
at sea. Among the equipment of this boat
is a Bendix Supersonic Depth Recorder and
a plankton indicator. Experiments with this
boat have been carried out on new methods
of fishing with special attention to the appli-
cation of the gill net for the capture of fly-
ing fish.

“Many spectacular catches have been
made by the Research boat which uses three
gill nets of small sizes (two at 15 yards each,
and one at 30 yards).

“With these three nets, the Research boat
has taken as many as 9,000 flying fish in six
to seven hours fishing time, while our best
single haul on a good day has been 1,005 fish
in one 30 yard net, taken in 35 minutes.

“I am happy to report that the local fish-
erman has at last realised the value of these
nets, and many boats are using gill nets as
from 1951. After it was realised that the
interest of the local fisherman had been
aroused in the gill net method of capturing
flying fish, another type of net was intro-
duced to the industry. This net is much
larger, viz. 50 yards long with a depth of 24
feet. One end of this net is put over into
the water and allowed to drift windward of
the drifting boat. The far end is then
hauled back to the boat by a side rope, there-
by forming a horse-shoe shape. The lead-
line is afterwards closed by hauling a free
repe running through the leaded rings of
the leadline.

“This net has been most successful. On
the very first occasion that it was used, it
captured 1,040 fish at the first haul—some-
thing over 300 lbs. of fish taken in 15—20
minutes. After clearing the net on the deck.
it was launched again, and on this occasion
1,567 fish were netted in 15—18 minutes.
Two further hauls were made, bringing the
day’s total catch to over 6,000 fish.

“FIRST OCCASION

“I think I am correct in saying that this
is the first occasion on which flying fish have
ever been encircled, and that the introduc-
tion of this net can be credited to the Bar!
bados Fishery Experimental Station”.

A loan scheme also plays an important
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the Throne . , , beginning

SIR WALTER RUSSELL BRAIN,
President, Royal College of
Phy ns s

The Queen's Health ?

Second, in the calm of sound
health, find a second Dawson ol
Penn?

Hit-or-Miss?

IT is suggested that the hit-or-
miss method of previous Monarchs
shoulq be abandoned. They have
chosen their doctors much as any
private patient makes his choice—
by the recommendation of ¢
relative or friend. And when they
felt ill they behaved like anyone
else and sent for the doctor they
liked most.

On this favoured doctor, not
necessarily the best-qualified man
available, the’ Monarch would rely
to call in further help if the
trouble looked serious. When the
King felt better he could dismiss
his doctors — even against their
advice, ,

Does this explain why there was
no doctor at hand when the King
died in the night at Sandringham?

They await—

THE Queen's heaith, robust now,
will be at all times the deep con-
cern of her people. Some one
person, it is now argued, should
be held responsible for its care.
For the political argument agains:
having a Chief Physician is non-
sense in the 20th century.

If the Queen relies on the advice
of family or friends she must, ot
necessity, limit her choice. She
has no need. Available for con-
sultation are the “Three Presi-
dents”—Sir Walter Russell Brain,
of the Royal College of Physicians;
Sir Cecil Wakeley, of the Roya!
College of Surgeons; and Dame
Hilda Lloyd, .f the Royal College
of Obstetricians and Gynaeco-
logists,

These three, to be sure, could
select a genera] practitioner of a
standing to command the respect
of specialists. He would have, it
is hoped, a strength of character
to win the position, if not the title
of “Master of the Queen's
Medicine.”

He could be a second Lord
Dawson of Penn. He could earn
the nation’s gratitude.

FROM this focus on one

aspect of the Queen’s House-

hold, on to consider all those
who stand on the steps of the

Throne, and who can be con-

sulted in emergency or crisis.

To asses their potentialities,
it is first necessary ‘to see
how far the Queen herself
can influence the course of
political and economic events
in this her Realm,

When we know that, we
can, with a more understand-
ing eye, estimate the qualities
of her advisers. —L.E.S.

ment Dr, Malan could hardly be
less popular in Britain and the
chances of the United Party seem
to be increasing rapidly.

COMRADES SLIP UP

I see the British Daily Worker
had a scoop recently, The Com-
munists’ daily newspaper print-
ed a photograph of a “shoulder
flash” inscribed U.S.S.R. On this
they based a campaign. Said the
comrades, America and Britain
are organising an army of riff-

relt fet. the sayeaton of Russia.|Velop the fishing industry in Barbados, To
e aily Worker — gleefully i :
called it the “Traitors Flash”, | Wote Mr. Wiles :
A Labour M.P. who is rather By the end of December 1951, a total of

moreâ„¢gullible than the rest be-
lieves the Daily Worker, finally
followed up the comrade’s cam-
paign and asked a_ question of
the Secretary of War about this
villainous “shoulder flash”, The
answer was smooth and easy. A
supply of shoulder flashes had
been manufactured during the

$152,134 had been granted by the Legisla-
ture for the Loan Scheme. Of this amount,
$50,494 had been granted under the Esti-
mates 1949-50, 1950-51 and 1951-52 to form a
Revolving Fund from which all the Loan
(Scheme’s future ‘activities will operate. A

last war for wear by the citi-
sine’ of dian Walon it tareiat toe recent grant of $10,000 has been made to
cialist Republic, who happened|Supplement the Revolving Fund.

to be serving with His Majesty’s
Forces. After the war the re-
maining supply were pulped, said
the War Secretary. “avn

After that the Daily Worker
should be pulped too,

SUSPENDED MLP.

_ Bessie Braddock, the volum-
inous red girl from Merseyside,
has_ achieved the doubtful dis-
tinction of being the first woman
M.P. to be suspended. She just
stood up and refused to sit down,
declaring that the Chair had de-
liberately overlooked her and had
not allowed her an opportunity
to speak during the all-night
debate, on unemployment in
Lancashire. Morning had come
and a good many tempers were
getting rather thin when the
Speaker was called from _ his
breakfast to put on his silk hose
and buckled shoes to sit in sol-
emn judgment and call upon Mrs.
Braddock to withdraw for her
defiance of the Chair. She with-
drew with protests, and a kind
of cheery bounce. Mrs. Braddock,
since she was first described by
the then Quinton Hogg, as his
pin-up girl, has made quite a
reputation for herself as the
noisiest and most raucous women
M.P. of her time. Being suspend-
ed is no great punishment—and
I doubt whether Bessie Braddock
even minds the publicity. Row-
diness can be its own reward,

“At the end of December, 1951, the Loan
Scheme had issued over 1,140 loans to fish-
ermen and boat-owners, involving a total of
$113,701.31. During this period, the fishing
fleet was increased from 312 flying fish boats
to a total of 611. This number has since
been reduced, and, on the night of Decem-
ber 2—3, 1951, rough seas damaged 43 boats
and completely destroyed 40 others. Repay-
ments on loans to the end of December, 1951,
amotinted to $66,831.25”.

Atomic Information

~ OTTAWA, Canada, April. 7.

THE United States and Britain disclosed
secrets today which will allow more scien-
tists to delve into the mysteries of atomic
energy. Trade Minister C. D. Howe, an-
nounced that the new atomic information is
being made public under the revision of the
“declassification ' guide” used by three
nations to determine what atomic energy
information held jointly should be published
and what should remain secret. The new
information disclosed no secrets on the use
of atomic energy. for weapons or power but
involved data on nuclear properties of the
uranium.—(U.P.)





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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE

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SCRAP IRON DEALER GETS TWO YEARS

Fittings

“WENTY-TWO-YEAR-

Received

OLD Rudolph Howell, scrap

iron dealer of Tweedside Road, was yesterday sentenced

$400 Worth Of Brass ‘oRiskANY HEADS To SEA AGAIN”

ee ee

_sgout_ Movement

BOB-A-JOB» WEEK

One ef the principles of the Boy
is that the boy
sNould be made to realise at an
early age that money «should be
earned and not solicited—to learn

fences, Washing up, Chopping and !

sawing wood, Burning rubbish
cleaning windows, beating carpets,
painting, repairing furniture
mending toys, teaching a child



to



FOR LINOLEUM
WOOD FLOORS
AND FURNITURE

- joy of reward thro')gh honest ride a bicycle, whitewashing poul-
to two years’ imprisonment with hard labour by His Lord- ur, said the Scout Commis- try and cow sheds; aiing in, floor
shi y he : : ym o/ ‘ k Oher in a recent broadcast. scrubbing, path making, watering
ship, _ Chief Justice, Sir Allan Coll nee when a jury During the next week many, if plants salvaging bottles sharpen-
found him guilty of receiving $402.40 worth of brass fit-_ Not all of you who are listening ing tools.

j tings, between October 26 and 29 last year, knowing them now to me, will receive a letter For Lady Cubmasters: Reading
to have been stolen.

The fittings were stolen from Cliff



soliciting your co-operation in the

to aged people, helping with spring

y eft: the Boy Scout Association cleaning, wool winding polishing IEN io WAX
sere a d on ne will be making G@uring the week furniture and floors, darning, re- ai
tn r be boy San eommencing i4th April—Bob-a- pairing garments, ironing, making
igen eres utergnee ang dg nye nee . . 9 Job Week articles for sale.
a verdict of not guilty on the first Fishing Boats :

—building breaking and larceny.

Why is This Letter Being

For Rovers and Scouters: All



POLIS

. suitable jobs ¢ y ad, re-
S tute tien a : Addressed to You? suitable jobs above mentioned, re-
with 20-year-old Oswald Small of Keels Laid 4 Briefly it is this. The Associa- lessons, repairing and painting
Venture, * John, who pleaded i = , ae oi a oe garden chairs, mending window
fuilty to three offences, one of . Scous and Cup should GO A JOO Ol sashes, etc, etc
| which he was associated with a rin Mesis of six of the new Wath 19th’ Arcell, 1082" for which A aR aes
j iow hi & th April, 1952, : ;
Howell and all of which were grounds of the Fisheries Office. he ill receive payment. The £10 F 1 > * aia Va eon eh@l uit)
concerned with factory breaking My, pb. w. Wiles, Fisheries Officer Boney thus caved Cline ead or Larceny
and larceny of metal. He was told the Advocate esterday that art ys help: She ade at, duck i
sentenced to 18 months’ imprison- they ro now aati the aes G “an Sty 7 nd nartle to sania His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith,
ment for each offence, the sen- of wood from Britich Honduras mént He ida here General Fund 4¢ting Police Magistrate of Dis
tences to run concurrently. for deadwood and transoms Ww h is now uncomfortably small, tct “D", yesterday fined ¢ lement
Mr. W. W. Reece QC. Solicitor However, work is progressing Scouts : axerbert.. of. Walk: Spring, :. 5
General, prosecuted for the rapidly and by the time this wood ‘nd ./ Cube Thomas £10 and 3 . costs for
Crown. ~Howell was unrepre- arrives, the frames of nearly a will ap- a en ey 7 Sh me &
sented. dozen boats would have been proach you aa ‘ ’
The case against Howell was constructed. Mr. Wiles said that offering Tear Pi

26 and 29, stole the $402.40 worth deadwood until the wood arrives will be in uvbert ane Coane dm waght
of brass fittings and feols and from British Honduras. Uniform on December 24 and while they
sold them to Laurie Marshall, a ee workshop has a good sup- and will were on ‘the ground struggling |
Registered metal dealer, of greenheart keels. N r carry an orbe ok vateh and strap
Howell's ae ‘on a denial men pr canleven sawing “ered THE NAVY'S NEWEST and fourth largest aircraft carrier, the Oriskany, Official job Ks a th . ‘tt it nat . ves be 1 pont
i that he helped with the stealing trunks into timber size but two heads out to sea from the Navy Yard in Brooklyn, N, Y. The huge flat- Card. On Scone oe a aat of ‘Cadogan an |
i end the plea that he had inno- @Te now making sails for the new top spent five months on duty in the Mediterranean last year, Her this, card Sacer, z ict se
| cently got the brass filtings from boats. _ é ) present destination was not officially announced, (International) you ars :
i Smell whom he called to give _Recénitly one “workshop was acon Me

nature of Broad St.
‘
| stiiiae tied 4 gue greenteart teat ne LaDOULer Gets 2 Years Bi & wrx aoe ana me ff Get your )
| His Lordship told Howell before the construction of the boats yes- CUS You. pele. Hharetar,
i he sentenced him that it was clear teTday said that they appeared to Correcting a statement in Pri-



that Small and he broke into
Cliff Plantation between October

evidence for him.

that Howell’s had been the master
mind in the matter and he had

he will probably use mahogany
for transoms and greenheart for

extended so as to accommodate
the long greenheart keels.

be much better than the old boats.
His main worry is however a cold
storage plant.





For House Breaking

their _ ser-
vices. They



enter the

day's Advocate to the effect that
the price is fixed I must state that
this is not so. It is true that the

i :

induced Small to come and lie bn ; od f - . itle ae 3 suggests » pay-
: his behalf. . Before sentencing’ to seth nis matt a3 Pity to have HIS LORDSHIP the Acting Puisne Judge Mr. Justice [hie POPS TSE jussests, the pay
i Small, he told him he had to ang a cent han trace Sy oat. G. L. Taylor at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday ever, must be regarded as the
i take into account his pleading r ;

guilty, but he was at a loss to

He hopes that the Government
will soon erect cold storage plants





sentenced 24-year-old labourer Keith Walrond alias “Lim-

olene”, of Nelson Street, St.

minimum that should be paid for
a job, but you are asked to pay

ul-
rontts’

The fine is to be paid by ins
ments or in default two













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Michael, to two years’ impris- ; yy TO-DAY FROM
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Saute then cans a the iwry wane the various fish market centres. onment with hard labour after an Assize Jury found him worth “sans pamenibaelsn “tnat
i tirely false evidence for Howell. s ~% / guilty of breaking and entering the house of Edward purpose for which the Scout or WEATHERHEAD'S
Evidence was first taken from’ t. John’s Round-Up Browne and stealing articles valued at $68.42. Cub is working. He is not ex- e
Reuben Ross, the Manager of Cliff persia

Plantation, St. John, He said

Lecture On

The offence was committed on

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re. ay OF - ’ " job you want him to do, The per- Choe, Eggs 3 sizes, eh :
that on October 26 he closed the ius e Solicitor Ganant Societ Of Frietids son for whom he is working must 1/6, 3/-, 8/- Our Trial Quantity sold out in a week
factory, leaving everything secure “Th Ti k 99 appeared for. the Crown ‘ while Ly aut do this. : 7 : Marzipan Egg in Cup, 1/6 but a more appreciable shipment has
und when he opened it on the e 4ur ry Walrond was not represented. @ from page 3 i ae hg a eis a eae 2 en Egg, 200. just been received.
30th and went into the store Walrond appeared before the ° Job during this our first Bob-a-Job astic Egg with Fry's

room, he noticed a saw in a posi-

Mr, H. RISLEY TUCKER, local

Court on a two-count indictment.

nual celebrations will be held at

Week?

Choc.—6/-

tion in which it was not usually ae Council representative, On the first count—the one on Bnglish Harbour and yachts will | The Boy Scout Headquarters, honne oe Egg containing THE PRICE iS UNALTERED —
placed. He also noticed some hets SD ins Be John's Gulenel which he was found guilty—he be invited to rally there during 4 telephone’ No, 4653, will be Late Card Soy ‘edudatuta

window bars broken and on A * was charged with breaking and special period. ‘ en daily “ “ Monday eS, P ng

further search found a quantity and Literary Club next Thursday entering the house of Edward Admiral Sir Eric Fulerton, R.N., fsom 10-00 en to 6.00 pam SUsared Almonds = 8/9 ONLY + PER BOTTLE
of brass fittings gad scme engin- Seater a Ne ae a Browne, On the second count he (retired) has suggested that efforts when you may engage the services an ae pag pere

eer’s tools missifg. He reported gins at 7 Dak i. ee sede ie was — charged with receiving a should be made to form a yacht of one or more Scouts for jobs ee

the matter to the Police.
Later the police who had been

Turkey.”

SOME ARTISTS visited St.

which was _ stolen
November 25,

cigarette case
sometime between

club as he considers English Har-
bour an admirable spot to encour-

The time and place and the nature
of the job should be advised and

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: : soit é 1951, and December 8, 1951, age boating. se Scout -Setenedte ax: tha: chs Child’s Porridge Bow) with
carrying out investigations, took John’s Parish Church during the poli dae ta . ; : are , the Scout or Scouts as the cast Choc. Egg — 2/9 ~
; ; . ‘olice Constable Emerson How- Mr. Sharp, Resident Tutor of j..\ \ : c sa ines . . Egg 2
aan aes Eee ma se ae ae ang painted scen- ard—keeper of the criminal re- the Extra Mural Department, aa 7 “peter hati oe the nine weuty ns asses GUARANTEED TO OUT-SHINE
uck Street, who deals in metal erie$ from the site. The artists cords— : a U.C.W.L., said he hoped it would TeP° os dae sBnc- Pode with Choc. Egg — 2/9
and there he identified to the who set up their easels shortly et gg ls cect A a Bho . eras Thast 4.4 ture of the job may well require

police the brass fittings among
some other old metal.

after 10 a.m. on Saturday and





accused had seven previous con-
victions for stealing and on the

not be long before at least a row
boat would be available for visi-

clothes other than uniform as well
as his having tools may be neces-





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took them down three hours later, last conviction he was sentenced tors to use because when he visited hare Ware Tumblers with Choc. t
Search Warrant painted scenes of the Church, and to 12 months’ imprisonment. with the Dockyard during the celebra> "vii. ac already stated is the first Ese — 2/6 ; v POLISH YOU EVER USED

A search warrant was carried the East Coast. hard labour for stealing clothing. tions recently, although he was hot | niire of its kind undertaken lo- Cadburys Roses Choc. 4 tb, \ .
out by Cpl. Clyde Nurse and he a seafaring person he felt he would =~ i Hob-atJob Week was start- & 1-lb. tins
‘ : ‘ , i i 2 IDWAAS Servicer Coc pa Cadburys Hard Centre Choc } ese Lanes Anish. i 4
in evidenc® told the Court that “Lady Rode a Will seh Witnanses Called i like te mare, been able to view ed in England four years ago. and . ¥ Sg entre Choc, It gives a glass-hard finish impervious to

i : , e prosecution ca .on three area from the sea, a Canon an aChHnuad to be » 1-Ib. ting one’s RY BE, Da eo a :
ie togk avy eee aS y , y ot witnesses to prove its case Misg W. Wainright, Headmis- â„¢ Me Sage and b is continued to e Cadburys Selected | Choo, torrential rain, b lister ing sun and
rar ‘These whee the property Arrive Saturda against the accused, The defence tress of the Antigua Girl’s High oe tan “and Trinidad quite en 4 & 1-tb. tins corrosive salt air and the Silicone finish
of Hilman Rice, an engineer of : also called on three witnesses. School oxheanet pe eee ange cvitly and was a success. I see no wee Rony Tray Choe. preserves its hard gleaming lustre for
“Li Nema tiAde © 3 ; i ;, The Court heard how on_ the ciation on behalf of the Sea Ring~ te wh should not be a suc- } & 1-1. tins mor .
pS! ee Rice identified The R.M.S. Lady Rodney iS hight of November 25, Sgt. Scott ers who have been greatly inspired resp vlan He aes not be a suc Caditutys Chao’ Blekulis onths
them to the: Helice atthe Ume expected to arrive at Barbados on «, the accused go into a house by the recent nautical activities v4 os ar stresse é (Bournville) ®
and again in court yesterday, Saturday morning with about 600 oacupled ‘by a man named Skin- and who hope to have a boat some _ Itt is pre ng 1 ae : ae Pubcalte Staesiohs hows
ese 5 £ « i 7 § - . s no reques or job shoul 2 ace : ‘ - 5 | ‘ " pe ‘Tes b . ib

- ee oe. “— ae left Wien Se ees, Troe a ner after Browne had made a day. sing of the ceded to if the applicant is not in 3/6 tin “AUTOBRITE Cleans, Polishes and Pro-
few 1 en : 1. Wien 1a through. the ‘British Ssorthern report saying that his house was Finally, at the closing Fuler. uniform and has not the official Pascalls Marshmallows tects in half the time with half the labour.
that Sital) ad re eens Talos ls aa " broken, Sgt. Scott tried to arrest meeting a We onan de for Job Card. This is essential in or- ‘ oie }

é a ac é y * ; accus t sca 4 ton hankec is Excelienc a oll a ¢ , ssi "ascalls Barley Sugar 2/9 jar ‘
them had stolen the brass fittings. Pe this trip, the Lady Rodney “Sone ae the “Police that the splendid work and_ personal poly a il attempts by possible Pascalls Orchid Frait 2/9 Sar | we Just Spread It On and Wipe It O—
Howell and Small acecmpanied will ‘not be lesving port the sam® the accused saw him when he interest he had taken in the 1 am sure you will do your best Pascalls Mixed Fruit Drops }))| that’s all!
Cpl. Nurse to Marshall’s where 4@y of her arrival. She is expect- left his house on the night of cruise. to help us earn the money we 80 2/9 jar
oe on a th ee bwin. oes eee or Betia Gules November , 25 and enquired of —._ ——___— urgently need if our great boys’ Toffee in Decorated tins 2/- e
they s 7 t i ; . eer Hid cow é i ve rg atic s » ¢ ressive S Ped s i . 8/6 mp ; : NT ow
pret a ryt hiad oe Ww. on via St. Vincent, Grenada and him (Browne) what time he ,ATHELBROOK TAKES organisati yn is to be a progressive Eaues Peanuts in Bots. 3/6 OBTAINABLE ONLY AT:

ey ha rst hidden the bags o: Trinidad. Th tual d th would be returning to his house. TO T’DAD Movement Black Magic Choc,
fittings between twp fields of jeaving port wae mat gig yugt When Browne returned he found MOLASSES Jobs For All 1%, Ib. Box 4.50 Hard St
canes, “a window broken and articles . tens “leant Brass | ardware otore

Melvin Weekes a foreman en- bag R i i which were stored in a valise The molasses tanker a. nants sit ee enoteing re HARRISON'S
ginger of Cliff Factory and Hilman ¢9 1y ly Rodney is consigned elonging to a man named Bap- cleared port yesterday afternos oO se aistace pie deliveries Tel. 2364.
Rice an engineer, corroborated, Sinities: Gardiner Austin & Co., tiste missing. with a load of vacuum tes) iis washing fe Pm .
Reuben Ross, the manager’s evi- . _On December 9, 1951, the Po- molasses for Trinidad. She arrive 9 pai “Weeding, Lawn i
ae ’ Lee irene ene aN mi ae ni oer use of mgwing, Planting out, Clipping

Laurie Marshall also gave evi- made a statement. reffic was deniec le ust f zg, g
Gence. He said that Howell po ae Car Overturns One witness for the defence the Chamberlain Bridge for some | |
to sell him some old metal and VICTO . said that he gave the accused a minutes while the Athelbrook was} ;
asked him to allow his van to go CTOR MOTTLEY of Surinam, cigarette case one day in Swan leaving the molasses berth in the}
to St. John for it. He sent his ~ aro ane injury last Street and identified the one inner basin of the Careenage sea-|
van driver, accompanied by Small Which ha eee ees ae showed. to him in Court = bs ae eee ok is consigned to)
and Howell to St. John for the eo Crveng overturned one he gave to the accused on The rig Peiagrer ea ee al “Rio Grande” Biscuits 1/-
brass fittings oy one t * 23 Joseph's Parish that day. Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co.,, Ltd. tin

= me urch a .23 a.m. ,

The last witness was Arthur
Clarke, Marshall’s van driver,
who said that he had driven Small
and Howell to St. John for the
metal and they had taken the bags
of metal from a spot between two
fields of canes.

The car O—70, owned by Joseph
Branch of Surinam which was
proceeding in the direction of Joes
River Sugar Factory, was slightly
damaized. The car turned in the
opposite direction during the in-

Summing Up

Summing up to the jury, His
Lordship Mr, Justice Taylor told
them that the counts in the in-
dictment were alternative; so if

ACCIDENT AT
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evidence to prove that he had no escaped through the left ide, second count. ‘They had to be yesterday when they fell off the | Ki Reduced After Stock-Taking
hand in the actual stealing. Small vesidents of the area helped to put satisfied that the,accused was the motor lorry T—246 along Vau- } e
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at Howell Bs eens a aa 40]- FOR STEALING EGGS ward Srowne who said that a Harper of ‘Porey ‘Spring. woe x . LIPBRUSH ROUGE » 5/- » 8/-
the metal and Howell negotiated Orfield Estwick : Rock Hall vernon ie ts d From 727 5/- per Tin Night and Day LIP-FASHION PENCILS—two colours in one
, , - e wick o c all, In contemplating the secon : ial aw B/. ;
the rat, hall who sent his van for St. ‘Thomas, was ordered to pa¥ count they also had to be satis- CANE FIRE AT LEARS ||| to about $9.00 ||| —_—— Pencil. Usually 8/- NOW 5/-
gg so tteq @ fine of 40/- and 2/- costs yes- fied that the article was stolen LIP-FASHION PENCILS, Usually 5/6. NOW 3/9
that Peg gers he admitted terday when: His Worship Mr. C. and that the accused, knowing it One and a half acres of second Call TODAY at your Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. Nine. glorious Shades to choose:from.
the Police that Ho: entero ‘ B. Griffith, Acting Police Magis: was stolen, received it. The ac~ ctop ripe canes were burnt when | JEWELLERS e
inthe ctolent Bowell and he had’ trate of District “D" found her cused was found with a cigar- a fire occurred at Lears Planta- | . Head of Broad Street Tak vant this Golden Opportunity !
ot stolen the brass fittings. guilty of stealing four fowl eggs ette case and this case was iden- tion, St. George, over the week- | oF Take advantage of this Golden Opp y!
e added that this statement had from Estheline Reid. tified as the property of James end. The fire was put out by - & De LIMA SELLING AGENTS FOR 2
been taken under duress, ; Reid told the court that she Baptiste, f the manager, overseer and meal .
After about 20 minutes’ deliber- saw Estwick go into her house on After 2 short deliberation the ourers. & co LTD. Zz “a ~ Phoenix Pharmacy
ation, the jury found Howell guilty April 2 and sometime after missed jury then returned a verdict of | The canes are the property of | ud BOOTS DRUGS ‘
on the second count, receiving the eggs. She then reported the guilty of housebreaking and lar- Applewhaites Ltd. and were in-| 20 Broad Street. )
stolen goods, aan, sured, .





BEST EASTER BUYS





GENTLEMEN





HANDKERCHIEFS with
blue initials.

Each



matter to the Police.



10, 11, 12 & 13

and that the house was broken.



FOR





Broad Street

the General Hospital.












and GODDARDS

all different styles and











{\| Black Magie Choe.
1-Ib. tin 2.40
Black Magie Choc.
4 Ib, tim 1,35
Fancy Biscuits in Cello.
Pks, — 12c¢.
Royal Seotch Shortbread
8/- tin
“Afternoon Tea” Biscuits
8/6 tin
“Balmoral” Biscuits 6/- tin
“Unllit” Biscuits 7/- t'm
| Custard Cream Biscuits
; Diabetic Choc. — T5e. bay
After Dinner Mints 1/- pek
also
JACOB'S CREAM














































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TD.

For
Originally This Week
VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS in ELYIE SPORT SHIRTS, CONSULATE SHIRTS with | BIDDYS ASPARAGUS SOUP—per Tin -33 30
Era cellaand sick, wuk atten bine, gear inveclt colours of was MARRVLA STUPID OLNGS per Sar) 148 188

arate co an ours of cream, blue, grey in se ° | : ane par many Ee f .
izes . Si } MARRELA PLAIN OLIVES—per Jar 1.08 .96
comme attached. S 14 and white. Sizes small, blue, grey and tan. Sizes Ready on CRAWFORDS CREAM CRACKERS per Tin 1.64 1.40
anne aes ae f 61900 | THURSDAY CAMPBELLS CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP—per Tin .45
“ Sete S EAND COTTON STRIPED PYJAMAS. in i a CHICKEN » AS
mised ttractiv: designs, Sizes { ( VIT 45)
SEA ISLAND COTTON collars attached, in white 38 to 44. | iK CONSOMME 45
PYJAMAS with contrasting only. Sizes 14 to 17}. | LAM: EET kee SHREDS “a0
piped collars, in shades of SO - sbccanen .. $8.46 Te Areas $7.35 Cc. each ; 4 LLS DRIED MIN‘ per Bot. 39
grey, blue, cream. Sizes | oa a atte aie pe
oe | =O-~ CRO 3 DRIED PARSLEY 34
Per Gulf ....... $16.37 (; Sh h d & ( Ltd KOO 2 Ib r 47

ca COCKADE FINE RUM
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Pere Nee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Public Official Sale





FOR RENT



‘HOUSES ©






































































TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952

!

be OFFICIAL NOTICE

} BARBADOS.























areenenetnes IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY-
TELEPHONE 2508 So in pursuance of the Chancery Act 1936, I do hereby give notice to all persons
—————_—__—- ---- _—— ~ poten BEACH COTTAGE on St. gyn gg (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 having or claiming any estate right or interest to any lien or encumbrances in
" KS FOR SALE | pertect sccenen — a Ges Cis0t=@) 30). é Sea] ATTENTION is drawn to tne Control of Prices (Defence) | er affecting the property hereinafjer mentioned ithe Property of the detenc nt)
vices su mal . c ay 1 . : . : 7 t i im account co; heir claims wi nesses
THANK: . Telephone Suitable married couple,| ., tne het ot 3 hres ak pi (Amendment) Order, 1952, No. 9 which will be published in the Offi- voucteite at Toants ed by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
j in afternoon 0
Se { wine — —- | ‘$25.00) per day American Plan for two/ wis be sold at my office to the highest | cial Gazette of Monday 7th April, 1952. 12 noon and 3 o'clock im the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build ngs.
Pers — y j eople. omer ees cies, Mi a = bidder for any sum not under the ap4| - 5 Bridgetown before ms awh day of May ‘ 1982, im area that such claims
S - | ho 57 52—t.f.n. value. : + on repo ~ accordi @ the natu nd priority ereof re~
" ie AUTOMOTIVE ae OrAil thet aestedn piece of Land (formerly | 2 Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | Spabtively therein wah caren will be prectaded from the benefits of any decree
; ‘ x as ain MOS aan tee aadememe part of 190.996 so ft.) containing by| prices of “Pork-Salted”, “Lard—Locally Manufactured”, “Margarine , and be deprived of Set inline Son or against the sald property
ed AUSTIN VAN—One @) 10 ur a For further particulars. Apply to Alma Resnuaive of Mie ont? pabieaey te eete| (a) Cooking (b) Table (Glow-spread in prints)”, “Meat—Fresh and DEPENDANT: NATHANIEL PILGRIM 4 of land siucte @
t nt . - ~“ J a n ood working order. Phop : ey N Coral Sands, Worthing. ’ on: — ” “Oi » as Rita ; ¥ ALL THAT certan piece or parcel o! ad situate a
of Jonathan Burke G wa ge MS oo ud +f Lashley No. 6 Pe of pede oneetw at Goodland in =| Frozen: —Beef (a) and (b)” and “Qil (Edible)” are as follows: — vee ae: ger Sie te parish of Saint Michael and Island aforesaid
land, § *hilip. . = .8.50—t.f.n. . Michael butting and - | : t od twenty-seven perches or thereabouts but-
Margaret Ann Burke and ree s _ $$$ $$ - —_~ OFFICE BUILDING At “Brigade sen ee = Za pes OF we | , | ee OP To Cutie ba larids of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one
elem | CAR: OGM Pat, Bem wi Bed oe does, Flouse,” facing Garrison savannah, POW} over witch the public is allowed to pass, ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE | Corbin on lands of L. Cadogan and on m Brtinic Reed of Reweree alse tbe gees
GIBSON: We the undersigned beg ne in first class condition: Me p2—an [occupied by Dr. Geireet, Dial 26st. {the West on janids of one 2. Holmes. (not more than) (not more than) | may abut abighton Raat te tue perish of Saint M chael and Island of Barbados
r eae ranks all those who E. Clarke, 7 Swan Stree - z and en the North on 4 private road to- | ] land situate « ir or B ’ aa 2 r there-
eae furs ent ent . Morris 8 Car. Good {Or 3020 54.2-4n- | gether with the messuege or Dwelling- | PORK— Salted: — | aforegaid containing Dy asepertienes went he oo Hinge “or Blanche
or fm apy other way sympathised | |‘ A Okt About 30,000 miles. S7Oh00 RESTAWILE— Gibb’s Beach, St Seen Senge. es eras Ge) New Neck j foo a aos oP issamets os lands of Martha Bowen and on°a public road
, u ur Te bereavement ition. . 5 LC f a . s — : ens on ids or
with Dot ee Ot Bye Gib- | hone 2031 #82! peter, for months June—July, Oct. The whole property appraised to ONE | Ribs, . -. | $57.75 per tre. of not or however else the samie may abut and pomnd testes roaches oe:
son aig of Carters’ St. John “CART Ford Atwils Ts poriect Gonditie,. | Dee. 1962 Phone ami,” 24.982. THOUSAND FivE HUNDRED DOLLARS | less than 336 Ibs. or @wellinghouse and all and singular other the butldings «
Raymond Gibson (Husband), Marjorie,| “E. N. Roach, Cluffs Plantation, |———-——_- ° ——>> | ($1,500.00) $32.38 per bri. of! Bll filed: 12 November 1951
Vaneth, Elaine (Daughters) non} Spply E. 2 ee: fot ‘ Ww Attached from Martin Beresford Stewart ot th 192 Ibs. Dated: We. Maret, ~ 1952, H. WILLIAMS,
Darcy, Frafik iSons) 84 lr j Lucy, or ” 8.4.52—3n for and towards satisfaction, &c. not sess than a Registrar-in-Chancery.
‘ i aiactnwmehtiniee | Tea ee ———_—_—_—_--— N.B--25% Deposit to be paid on day of or Ie. Ib. in lots 20e tb , 11.4.52-——8n
IN MEMORIAM "ARS Hillman: new 1952 model. never HELP purchase é' =, ‘manor iby’ Beas oe ess than 25/ » Per lb, |
ed; also 1951 Hillman Estate ‘ a — "o : “ * “* “* oe ee oe! -
497 Home, 4917 Office: Greenidge. ASSISTANT MANAGER — Moniserfat] | 9) Provost “Sinrshal. $70.45 tre. of not \<
ee ne tent St oe bee co Aealctant: Ban ont neoteaae man-| 2ist March, 1952. “Tess than 336 Ibs. or | T CES
Edna, ass w April eg ssistan anager. , . j
a art passed away on Ap | CAR-—Austin A-40 Car. Done only) -vement livestock essential, also ability 22.3.62—2n | $39.50 per bri. of not SHIPPIN
‘A faith more fixed, a rapture|7,000 miles. Dial 4161-2910. T. 3 |t> manage cotton lime estates, Howse nee an less than 192 lbs, or, ow. e
more divine, Davis 5.4 . Po: egg tare fl ag so or pieeecnte NOTICE (ec) Riblets ae. Fl Ib. in oy, ct| es oe 2), 7 fee So ac ee a
Shall gild their passage to eternal | — salary required to ¢ : re Bstate o Ribs, .f , AUSTRALI“,
“ Fat? | CARS—One 1947 Mercury Car, perfect] Montserrat, B.W.1 3.4.52—6n, CHARLES ORMOND KNIGHT Spate ” winna °° '?9 than s. | | MONTREA\D LINE LIMITED. 2 othe MV. “CACIQUE DEL
The Herberts, St. James condition. One Pluid Drive Dodge Car.J 0 0° Deceased. Jowls, Shouts, Scalps, | ; (M.A.N.Z. LINE) % CARIBE” will accept Cargo and
8.4.52—in | Apply to Cosmopolitan Garage, Maga-| COOK and a MAID Apply: Mrs . PS, “TEKOA” 1s scheduled to sail Passengers for St. Lucia, Grenada
—-——-—-— mine “Lane Phone apre. kaey Ryton, STi Sey ye dae pevtes ae e aoe pt Headskins, Boneless tres Adaisida February 15th Metbourne and Aruba, and Passengers only
Vai aed ther roo" Satara $4599 | Hill #3 ce the Batate® of Charles Ormond Knight, Head, Lips 7e -. $88. 10 per tre. of not | |March 3rd, ee ae oe erinided x on inet Vineet tees rae .
husband ond father James Edward | ———————————— a eae aT ene 1 reat hi ow in : | ome 22nd ath inet.
Seale who was called to yest on April] CAR: Hillman Sedan 1961 model my STENO-TYPIST for part time ‘eenploy seranand, ies fe RS, hes ir mntatoes oe pe] pe _ pr aa | about a 2mmd and Barbados about $ The ALV. “DAERWOOD" will %
8.1951 perfect condition. Done only 6.000 —a—- ore se ee 4.5@—1n| whe died on the 17th day of September f f 192 ‘Ibs. i | April 25th. 1 cargo this ves-| %& accept Cargo and Passengers for %&
The Seale Family 8.4.52—1n | Ring R. S. Nichol-s, Office 393. Hom 1951, intestate, are requested to send in less than . OF In addition to ie chilled and hard St. Lucia, Grenada and Aruba, and 3
ee’ st Staab “TAILORS. Journeymen Tailors, (Jacket particulars of their claints auly eee to ar Tb. mae 30c = oy = a peeway et ae ee Yous “
oe = > h Soon thi dersi. TLL than ; ‘ | fomen cargo. Bills Sailing nesday nst.
LOST & FOUND CARS—Minor Two-Dogr Saloon | like) Hands) One See koe ca (een cvo Mesry Caington & Sealy,| (4) Fatback, Tails, Butts $105.70 per tre. of not os | Gitt?, Tee oe er eulied to The M.V. "CARIBBEE” will ac- %
new, Minor Tourer 7,000 Pe. wane ee 26.3.52—t.f.n. | Solicitors, Luens Street, Bridgetown, ‘on ' less n 336 Ibs. or | Sritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward cept Cargo and Passengers for
Oxford Saloon very 0 co r -_ or before the 6th day of May 1952, after $59.25 bri. of not | fal Z Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
—_—_-——————————] poage (1988) two-seater, excellent for ey one . Stans: | which date I shall proceed to distribute -29 per bri. of ni lands. te ow M Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing Wed-
LOST iking into pick-up. Hudson (1981)/) YOUNG LADY for our. mee. ¥ the assets of the deceased among the less than 192 Ibs. or For furtner particulars apply nesday 9th inst.
pede : dan 14,000 miles, Suitable for hire feld Scott & Co., Lt 52—t.{.n. |] parties entitled thereto’ having regard lic. per in lots | pURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD., :
LET- “Gold Identification | purposes. Wolseley (1947) 8 h.p. saloor Ba ED [Gniy to such claims of which I shall then of not less than 25 | “TRINIDAD. S$ -B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ =
Bracelet engraved, “Lionel Wilson”, m9 pretedt 7 b00” aioe, ms YOUNG LADY Requires position as ae had ga and pe og ise Ss 36c — co., LTD % Oeasteues’ Tube ‘on. o
* F. Harrison's re a ar- rd_ Prefect, 1%, . a * 3 fof the assetS or any pa ereo a le ae es = mi ee ce . “+ :
barees "Mill. Finder will be. scwarded| omdition. FORT ROYAL GARAGE 11d |Governess, or Companion traveling] {on the, amets oF ony pays Merset J dis | LARD Locally Manutagtured 149 cents’ gor 1b: in con-| PACORRBADOS. PW. | '56$665S996S9SG5SS595000%
by returning same to L. A. Wilson c/o| Tlephone 4504 24.52—6n. | parties 2452--6n.|claim I shalf not have had notice. tainers of 25 lbs. and! ae - "
Harrison's OMe, Broad Street ~—---— EST 0 ae Sane ae alt posure te sestie’ thely “Se over or 49} ts! *
5.4 r e are ; 7
bite . LIV MISCELLANEOUS —_| sox. SReSur“selay per. Ib, in ‘quantities ac Steamship Co.
B.T.C;° RACE TiCKETS—Serics M eerie | Dated this Sed day of March 1. under . and not * s
9940-49. Between Tudor eet and] QyREE HORSES—Sultable for doing| ONE SMALL INCUBATOR to pureuan, ILMA KN: . less than § tbs. ../ S4e. ,, ,, /
New Orleans on 4th. Pinder kindly re-] jjantation work. Apply: J. C. Payne, |Contact McKenzie 4536, from 8 to 4 = Qualified Aaministratrtx of ae MARGARINE: — | | oars Ne.
tum same Advocate Advertising|!) vow or phone S344 §.4.52—In. | after 3736 Siem & Charles Ormond Knight, decdaped. | "ay Gooking -] 49 cents per lb. in con-} |
‘Department. #.4.52—1n F ‘ es Bi Micaela aeestlSeats pane oe ee pmo er ws = me | tainers of 30 Ibs and| | were
S. |
4 ICKBTS-BTC. Race Tickets Serie MECHANICAL PURLIC SALES NOTICE ove pt ho Beg per \ NEW YORK SERVICE
No. 1092-9. In the Civie Soviet - - - “ ne eS i quantities un- st
Finder kindly return same to the Advocate] BICYCLE: Gents Raleigh Sports REAL ESTATE Bo. Ratate of der 30 lbs. ‘and not ailed 28th March—arrives Barbados 10th April, 1952.
y spartmen 4.4.52—-1n | Good condit Phone 9445 ADA MOORE deceased . A STEAMER sai 7 2th April, 1952.
Advertisiits Department re | 8480-11 Good condition one ie coat Noma th ie that all less than 5 Ibs... 4c. ,, = sailed 18th Apml—arrives Barbados P
Fi —————— - | at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on | Persons having any debt or claims against} (bh) Table 4 } we i eis nse —----
OUND MISCELLANEOUS Friday the 18th instant of 2 p.m. | or affecting the estate “of Bda Moots (Glow-Spread in | NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
RING—Lady's ring on beach al Worth: | = eee taetes ans| UPLAND, ard Avenue, Belleville. | (the) onk Hall in the parish of Saint Mich- prints) ps ++ | 60 ae ite ib in lots; 64
rs ay RE ag de - J NTS 43 cents pe Saltans| residence of the late Archdeacon Shank- “ O . and over ../ ic. . i » dos 12th April 1962.
ing. Write Box B.M.W. C/o Advocatc| ,,CURRANTS 43 cents per Ib. | | roe el in this Island Who died on the 14th b y ” 9 | sailed 27th March—arrives Barbados Pp:
Advertising Department ~ giving full] 5! cents per tb, at C. Herbert, 3 3oan| iand) with tind attached contatning | 4°, “Oy July 1981 ate requested to send |MEAT—Rresh and Frozen . { } 2 Tee. ‘sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26 April, 1952.
description 8.4.62—1n | Street, City eae Dre eduare feet. The house contains |i,” partievlars of their cmims duly at-| “Beet: — F : |
L epee Se rrr ——- | Drawing und Dining rooms on the ground tested to the undersigned Hesketh Hi ‘ |
ASTER CARD BOARD EGGS in 3) floor, § Bedrooms tpstairs and usual | (A'than pollatd, cio Mesers Haynes Be 42) nd_ Quarter i.e. DIAN SERVICE
GOVERNMENT NOTICE sizes—suttable for your Buster Gift, such offices. Garage for 1 car. Inspection | Chatham Pollard, c/o Mas 2 mesa Round, Rump, Sirloin, CANA! :
T I 1 i J, as Stockings, Ties, Handkerchiefs ete.| on application at the house any day ex- Brid etowh on or before the 30th day . Short Ribs and Thick }
Prices 1/3, 1/- and 20¢. palpate Sree cept Sunday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m, of Muy 195%, after which date I shall pro- Flank 56c | SOUTHBOUND
Stores. 52—2n LE, CATFORD & C bs a ges ae Sees a a 2 Pty Te
he | 7— 6.4.52—1n, | ced 10 distribute the assets pi the deceas-1* (b) Fore Quarter Roast | Pe ¢ Ship Sails Halifax © Arrives Barbadoe
Copies of the REPORT by Sir ESCHALOT ! ESCHALOT ! reese | ee AS aniy to tool clakes of watch and Steak .. esti . MM oy ay e.4 ried March 94th
George Scel, K.C.MG_ on Devel- _ A fresh shipment just received. Seljing | BALD AA. wpeers GAP, I sha} then have hed notice end f will Brisket, Stew and } ‘ALCOA PILGRIM” sored ib April. 7th
pcel, K.C. “ vel t. Secure your requirements 1 ‘4 not be lisble for the assets or any part Soup Beef ‘ seas a . | 400, ‘ALCOA PIONEER April 13th April 23rd
opment and Welfare in the Wést|JoHN D. TAYLOR & SONS -LTD., At 2 p.m., Friday, 18th April - : » ” “ PARTNER” P
ar i an thereof so distributed to any person of | OTT, (Edible) 2.37 ALCOA
Indfes, 1951, are available and | Roebuck St. Dial 3740 6.4.52-2n} ‘This very comfortable Dwelling house | ™ 7 oe «+ 1 $2.3 per gallon in;
a ; es ituated in a well estoblished residential | Whose debt or claim 1 shall not then quantities of 50 gal-| NORTHBOUND Due Barbados
gay be purchased at the Colonial) “Gr Apion! & DAHLIA™—Orders arejarea ang yet’ within. walking distance | Hive had notice — { : TAN’ April Sth For St, Lawrence River
Secretary's Office at 80 cents each. | pow being taken for Gladioll and Dahlias of Bridgetown, comprises Drawing and} And all persons indebted to the said lons and oyer or, “ALCOA PUR Ports. :
$.4.52.—1n. “or delivery in December 1962, parties|Dinipg rooms, three large and one small Indebtedisteas trattiont pete their said $2.39 per gallon in) ‘A STEAMER” April 23rd For St, John, N.B, and St.
nterested in booking please phone 4442,;bedrooms, breakfast room, pantry, | /ce - y









NOTICE

This to let those Custom-
ers who. have booked
Meters know that the ship-
ment expected has been
delayed but they will be
notified aS soon as the
Company can fix same after
arrival.

THE BARBADOS GAS
co rp



riends
that I
Luctior
gent fror
My Auct
at Tweedside
ng forward for
ronage. Dial 4837,




JOSEPH ST. HILL

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FURNITURE
AUCTION

WHITEHALT PLATS
Codrington (7H! St Michael

TOMORROW

WEDNESDAY 9TH APRIL
AT 11.30 a.m

We are instructed by Mr. W. D.
Charlton to disposs of his modern
Furniture and Effects.

Viewing morning of sale.

Dining. Tables, Chairs,
Chairs with Upholstered §
. poard, Desks, Oce. Tables
Bookcase, Chest of
Drawers,. and other Mahogan
urnitures Upholstered 3. Piece
Suite, Wicker Settee and Arm-
chairs, Rush Rockers, Cedar Chest



Dining



Trolley,







of Drawer Cedar Compactum
Painted Bookcase, Single Beds
ond Sprig, Simmons Mattresse:
Frigidaire (small, Electrolux
Refrigerator, Ice Box, Electric
Clock, Large ¢ China, Glas

‘ Cutlery § er (Tea and
c . Table Lamps,
Portat ©, Pye 6 tube
Radio, Port gton Type-
v Kodak, Hals-
r M F a] rner Oi
Stove, T croseope,
Bicycle, Nv Swi Mirror

nd Stand, Larder. Kitehen Scales,
Kitchen ‘ jarble Top Table,
Bathroom Ss E Carpets
Curtain Print Boxing
Gloves, Bax 1 Tools, and

other article

he
\YCTIONEERS
Bota >4. Biadon
& Co.

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

Phone 4640. Plantations 1





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18.3.52—14n

PIANO—Weser New York,
abinet Grand, In good condition,
hone 2368 6.4.52—4n
GALVANIZE PIPE-—-250 ft. 1'4” Gal-
nize Pipe, new. Apply to L. L. Gill,

ters Plantation, St. Andrew
$.4.52—n.





‘UST RECEWED—Valor Stove parts,








iF: 2. VV

a
Seott or Dial 4038



ir jing —- Chimneys, Spreaders, Grid
Top Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also
Pressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre
Company, Trafalgar & Sp; Streets
Phone 796 20.3.52—t.f.n.

LAUNCH: 21 foot Imported Steel
Leunch Pr Marine ‘ngine, Apply:

8.4.52—Gn

stesitip tilapia enethleienctenieeataiatimam tn
“ITH TWINE—-Ctrong Twine for Kites

Co. Ltd.

METAL STEPLADDERS:
el stepladders of four, six, eight,
n tread

t. Hunte

Public

The

& co.,





Provost Marshal's
(1904-6) @ 30)
On Tuesday the 8th day of April

Act

| of 9 cents per ball. G, W. HUTCHINSON
*5.4.52—3n,

Durable

and

rom $9.88 up, On sale now.
Ltd, Lower Broad
8.4.52—3n

Official Sale

1904
1952

' the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon

be sold at my office to the highest

dder for
used vali
All that

4y sum not under the



ap-

rtain piece of ‘Land con-

ning by estimation 2,600 sq. ft. situate

Goodiand in Parish of St. Mich

sitting and bounding on lands of NM

ordan, on lands of Mrs Phillips,

acl,
irs
on

nds of one Branch and on Second

Waithe Land,

appraised
lows:

as

The whole area of land appraised to

WO HUNDRED AND SIXTY DOL-
ARS ($260.00)
ttached from Viola Alleyne for and

wards satisfaction, &c.
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on
purchase.

T. T. HEADLEY,

day

Provost Marshal,

»vost Marshal's Office,
ist March, 1952

22.3, 52—3n

ATHLETIC & AQUATIC
SPORTS

On Monday, 14th April
1952

Sponsored by
THE OISTIN MODEL BOAT OLUB

Under the Patronage of Mr
Cc. EY TALMA
Beginning at 12 noon
) Thrilling Events. Be in time to
See the Big Rac of the day
between Fishing Boats from St
Michael, St. James, St. Peter and
St. Philip, being whipped by those
of Ovtin and Silver Sands. Fatries

ose
ror

on THURSDAY 10TH
further partiowlara: , Appl

In
©. YARDE & G. HALL,
OISTIN, CHRIST CHURCIL

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We do Wet and Dry cleaning, Electric Washing, Spin dry. Waxed
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kitchenette, toilet and bath and wash
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James Street. Thé ‘public are hereby warned against } Sth April, 1952 6.4.52—In.
64 giv credit to my Wife, IONF HOBBS : a .
(nee “INNISS) as $ dod mot hold myself
AUCTION responsible for her or anyone else con-
nord Shy debt or debts in my name
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Taylors Gap,

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St. Wich

4,92—2n.

The public are hereby warned against
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me
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PAGE EIGHT

Empire

Defeat

Carlton 1—Nil

EMPIRE kept herself in the line up for the B.A.F.A.
First Division Cup yesterday evening when she defeated

Carlton one-nil in a tame and unenterprising game.

lone goal came as a resul

The

t of a miskick by one of the

Carlton defenders, and Symmonds was left to run through,
before either back could recover, and beat Warren with a

powersul shot.
nm this occasion Symmonds
used the better part of his judg-
ment by stopping, composing him-
self and then taking the shot
with good direction. Were it not
for the lapse on the part of the
Carlton

Vout F ootball
Problems

defenders, the game

would have ended in a goalless
draw. By O. 8S. COPPIN

During the first half of the
match, Carlton played the better I must first thank all those
game. Their forward movements football fans who have sent me
were constructive although lack- letters outlining their football
ing in finish, and too often they problems but I must make it
failed to benefit from blunders clear that it is not possible to
on the. part of the Empire de- answer all queries received in
fence. At one time Smith, the one article’ That being the case
Empire fullback who has been those fans who have sent in their
very Outstanding this season, was football problems and do not see
off colour, and miskicked and them answered at once will
sliced very badly. realise that they will be answered

The ball during the first half in due course.

was not at all suitable for match
play, and almost every player
got a lot of back spin from it,
with the result that no one could
judge correctly its bounce or the
direction it would take after
striking the ground.

This defect was remedied by
changing the ball in the second
half, and Empire improved slight-
ly on their game, but there was
always lacking the necessary en-
terprise and dash which go to
make the game interesting.

Carlton touched off towards the
Northern end, and straight away
they initiated a good movement
which took them right into the
Empire goal area, but Grant came
to the rescue.

Empire took over and bore
down on the right wing which
was cleared by the Carlton wing
half, but Smith cleared nicely.
Then the Carlton defence failed
to clear, and left alone Symmonds
the Empire centre forward, made
no mistake in sending in a hard
right foot shot to open the score
for Empire.

The Empire backs
themselves either, Smith was
slicing badly, and Grant was
finding it difficult to cope with
the Carlton forward movement
which was developing with un-
easy rapidity.

Twice Ken Hutchinson made
good but futile efforts to score,
and then Robinson, the Empire
custodian gave a certain goal—
an indirect free kick just outside
the area, But Lucas kicked wide
after receiving it from Boogles

were not

Williams,

The Carlton forwards
taking tries from well
the area in the hope of getting
one to beat the Empire cus-

todian, but they all went over
or outside the upright.

One very dangerous grounder should he order an indirect free- perves

which found Robinson out of po-
sition was narrowly saved by
Robinson's getting a hand to it
and guiding it out.

At half time, Empire were one
up, but so far, Carlton had play-
ed the better game.

The ball was changed in the
second half to remedy a disad-
vantage caused to players by tihe
use of the other one.

Empire improved on _ their
game in this half, and for some
considerable time, there was a
rush on the Carlton goal but the
ball just wouldn't go in. They
Gid not relax the pressure on the
weak Carlton defence who fought
gallantly.

Opportunity after opportunity
went abegging on botih sides as
the game drew to a close, but
especially was this the case with
Empire.

Lueas took a brilliant

corner
which grazed the bar, but a
spectacular save by Robinson

robbed the Black Rock team of
the equalizer.

Curtis Cup
Golfers Need
To Be Tough

By JAMES GOODFELLOW

Twelve top-grade British women
golfers, watched by Curtis Cup
Captain Lady Katharine Cairn»
and the selectors, are putting in
five day’s practice this week at
Murfield, East Lothian. From
them will be chosen the side of
six to meet U.S.A. on thm same
course On June 6 and 7.

The girls will have to face the
rigours of Muirfield which, swept
by winds from the Firth of Forth,
is long and testing and can be a
heartbreak even for the strongest.

And one lesson from the las
match, at Buffalo, New York,
was that the American players
were bigger and more powerfu.
than the British.

Most of our players are season
campaigners here; but none
dominating, like Lady Heathcoa. -
Amory or Cecil Leitch were jn
their time. More’s the pity. Ame: -
jean critics say the U.S. coult
send over several teams equal to
the eight players sailing from
New York on May 21 in the
Britannic.

Four national title-holders are
among the British possibles
Tipperary-born Open Champic.n
Mrs. P. G, McCann; Englisn
Champion Jeanne Bisgood; Sco -
{ish champion Mrs. George Wal-
entine; and Irish champion
Philomena Garvey.

All except Mrs. McCann playe:
in the 1950 match, along wit
former Open champion Frances
Stephens, Jean Donald, and Elizs-
beth Price, also in the trials

Cne of the probables, Moir
Paterson, former physical trainin:
teacher, enhanced her reputation
as8 a match player by reaching tl
Sunningdale semi-final with Hece-
tor Thomson. Team reserve in
1950, she was runner up last year
in the Scottish championship

L.E.S.



3RD DIVISION FOOTBALL

To-day’s B.A.F.A Di -
fixture between :
Pickwick - Rover ledule fo,
Shell Grounds, will now be
at Kensington Oval



I shall answer today the first
six queries I have received.

No. 1. “Touchliner”. The
game has been in progress .for
some time and then it is discov-
ered that one of the teams is play-
ng twelve players. No goals have
yet been scored. What should be

The referee should
consult the captain and then
send off the twelfth man, starting
the game from zero.

No. 2. “Centre-forward.” Sup-
pose a player uses offensive lan-

guage to a referee in the dress-
ing room before the play has
nctually started: Can the team

1 which this offender is a mem-
ber bring on another player?
Answer. Certainly they can.

No. 3. “Spectator’’. I have
seen a penalty kick awarded and
the player kicks the ball outside.
Meanwhile the goalkeeper has
moved but time has expired and
there is no time for the kick to
be retaken. Is it correct for the
referee to “blow off” in the cir-
cumstances ?

Answer. The referee has no
right to “blow off.” He is given
power according to the “Laws of
the Game” to extend time so that
the penalty kick can be retaken.

No. 4. “Worried”. The teams
have lined up but play has not
yet started. A player makes ob-
jectionable remarks about the
other team. He is cautioned by
the referee. Could he be sent off
if he repeats this behaviour, in-
asmuch as the game has not yet
been started ?

Answer. Certainly. The referee

were should order him off and allow Arsenal's winner in the replayed
outside the team to field a substitute if semi-final two years ago and it was brought by Corporal Sealy.

they so desire.

No. 5. “Forward.” If a_ ball
strikes a referee should he stop
play and “drop” the ball or

kick ?

Answer. The referee should do
neither. If the ball strikes the
referee and remains in the field
of play it is still in play.

No. 6. “Captain”. Can a cap-
tain send off one of his own men
for abusing him on the field.

Answer. I am afraid not. The
referee has the sole prerogative
for sending a man off the field.

SPORTS QUIZ

The Barbados Advocate will
award a book on sport to the
first person who sends the cor-
rect answers to the three fol-
lowing questions.

1, If a player kicks a foot-
ball and it bursts on its
way to the goal but still
enters the goal, should the
referee award a goal or
not?

2. How many runs did the

first wicket partnership
between George Challenor
and Tim Tarilton yield in
the first innings against
Trinidad in the 1927 Tri-
angular tournament at
Kensington?
If a player is ruled “off-
side” in water-polo, does
he have to leave the
water?

NOTE. All entries for
“Sports Quiz* should be ad-
dressed “Sports Quiz” c/o
Advocate Sports Editor, and
must reach this office by 12
noon on Saturday April 12.
The correct answers and the
name of the winner will be
published in the Sunday Ad-
vocate of April 13.

Each entry must be accom-
panied by A COUPON as set
out below.

SPORTS QUIZ





£20,000 Refused
For Teal

LONDON, April, 7.

Harry Lane, owner

which won the Grand National

Steeplechase classic on Saturday

to-day refused £20,000 for the

horse. He bought Teal fourteen
months ago for £2,000.-L-P.

OUTBREAK AGAINST
ITALIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA

TRIESTE, April %
Italian press reports said today
that United States-made armour-
ed cars wé@re “threateningly
shown” by the Yugoslay.Army in
the streets of Capodistria, th¢
capital of the Yugeslay oceupied
zone B. of the Trieste territory.
Italiam press reports said one
Sherman tank and ten Amreican-
1ade armoured cars toured the
treefs of Capodistria “in the
wave of an outbreak of violence

nd threats against. Italians in
np B.”

Italian Sources in Zone B re-
ported one arrest and ‘ several

ufstionings by Yugoslay secret
police. Sources said Titoist Organ-
sitions continued anti - Italian
demonstrations and loudspeakers
ir: squares of Zone B shouted anti-
Italian slogans.—U.P,



of Teal,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

RESULTS OF SEVENTH REGATTA

The result

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C 11 Magwin 40.10 41.56 41.03 . > “
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I 2 Invader 43.30 45.68 44.44 5 8 60
1 4 Coronetta 42.04 41.20 41.42 3 10 63
1 7 Mohawk 41.45 42.27 42.06 1 i2 64
1 8 Skippy DMF. = - - 0 PB
1 9 Dauntless 50.48 46.36 48.42 8 5 4 |
111 Reen 42.52 42.37 42.44% 2° i 53
1 12 Dawn 46.32 42.17 44.24% «6 7 43 ,
I 18 Clytie 41.50 42.32 42.11 4 9 28
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D 3 Rainbird 47.32 45.11 46.21% 3 10 73 -
D 4 Seabird 47.53 $2.31 12 5 8 66 a Y
D 7 Sinbad 44.50 46.44 45.47 a 30 Nic
D 6 Peter Pan 53.31 54.16 53.53% 6 7 ll
D 9 Olive Blossom OD.N.S. ~ a - 37
D 10 Van Thorndyke 47.43 -_ ~ D.N.F 0 56
D 12 Rainbow 56.38 — — DNF 40 ’
D 14 Hurricane 43.45 43.25 43.35 1 12 67
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T.K. 35 Bdrii 2162 2212 9340 @225 3 W 73
T.K. 36 Fury 2445 2248 2447 24.07 5 8 &
T.K. 37 Tempest D.N.S. - -- — ee a 34
T.K. 38 Thunder 243 «8.01 22386) 817k tS 0
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T.K. 40 Vamoose 2040 2221 21.21 21.27 1 #12~ 81
T.K. 41 Zephyr DNS. ~< 25 |
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Arsenal Beat “Bad” Lamsenge
Chelsea 3—0

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7.

It will be an Arsenal-New
Castle cup final at Wembley on
May 3. At White Hart Lane this
afternoon, Arsenal defeated Chel-
sea by three goals to nil in a
replayed semi-final.

Arsenal hero was right winger
Freddie Cox. He s@red the first
goal after only 15 minutes, firing in
a shot from an extremely narrow
angle,

Arsenal's third goal was scored
by Lishman four minutes later to

Forty-four-year-old Ethelbert
Blenman, a carpenter of Fair-
field Road, St. Michael, was
fined 15s yesterday by His Wor-
ship Mr. H, A, Talma for usin
indecent language -on Bank Ha
Cross .

The fine is to be in 14
days or he will be j for one
month, The offence was commit-
ted on April 7.

CHAUFFEUR FINED 10]-

Vere Grant of Brittons Cross
peat, St. ——, en oo
~- feur, was yesterday ordered by
ore ey Oe ae His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
Chelsea will be asking them- % pay 10s in 14. days or spend
selves what they have done to !4 days in prison. :
deserve such a formidable oppon-
ent as Cox. It was he who scored




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Jones Re-Elected
President Of
B.G. Oricket Board |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 31

Mr. W. S. Jones was re-elected
President of the British Guiana
Cricket Board of Control, along
with other members of the Com-
mittee on Friday evening last.
Other members of the Board are
W. M, Green and C, R. Browne,
Vice Presidents; W. E. Harrison,
Honorary Treasurer; K. L, Wishart,
Honorary Secretary.

The Meeting discussed the possi-
bility of holding annual Inter-
County tournaments between
Demerara, Berbice and Essequibc
as has been introduced in local
pects with the Heimeken Cur

‘ournament now in progress, The
matter has been referred to the]
Cup Committee of the Board for}
further consideration. At the
same meeting Messrs. W. M, Green
and K, L. Wishart were re-appoint-
ed British Guiana’s representa- {if
tives on West Indies Cricket Board }f
of Control while Robert Christiani
was made a member of the Selec-
tion Committee.

The Board also approved in
principle the formation of an
UI y Association and _ the
details of this will be worked out
at an early date.

The 65-over new ball rule will
be introduced into local first class }}
cricket as from June 1 next after}{
the conelusion of the Case Cup
Competition, and arrangements
were completed for the annua)
meeting of the West Indies Board
to be held at the Carib Hotel,
Liliendaal, East Coast, Demerara,
on April 16 and 17, A Cocktail
Party will be given at the Hotel} {
Tower on April 16, to welcome the
visiting members from the West] ) 2
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IGUA, April 7
The island of Nevis was
from its slumber of the past few
day when the St. Kitts Workers’
le ome og the first se a series
of political meetings
tion with the forthcom: a
tions under the new constitution.
Cundidates spansofed are Hon,
R. J. Gordon and James Liburd.
At the same time in the sum-|
mary Court, Mr. Justice Mann’
presiding, Horatio Barber, propri-|
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ESTABLISHED 1885 TUB8D#T. APRIL 8, 18S2 240 Miles CHURCHILL: TIME IS NOT RIPE a e FOR MEETING WITH STALIN Being Laid LONDON April 7 The British cable laving ship Monarch leaves London tomorrow to lay 240 miles of telephone cable! between Florida and the Bahamas f for an American linn--Boll Laboratories Limited. It b her ilrst trip Into American I waters and she will earn 5120.000* ft* the )ob. The Monarch u.ll ..II 0 t the! IWore going lo Port Everglade* to load 1.000 tons of' table iii four length*.' eat* M mile* ion*. FORMER FIRS1 IDS TOUR U.K. Postmaster General Rirl D La Warr visited the ship at Greenwich tFji* afternoon 11. leM the officers and the crew of the 8.000-ton hhip—the world'* biggeat cable laying vessel—that tbeii voyage was one more example of Britain and the United States working together for purposes other than rearmament It would help decrease Britain's depen-li'PPWwit overtures in the quest..., dence on American financial uid. l,ul he asked Churchill flail* f 0 in Us own way. because dollars;''' bf imnjj Dou.ls did not monlion Statin's—*-" -^———^—— T'dad 'l!o Get Finest redurinsJ laatttnte In British huipire U. S. ENVOY MEETS FRANCO Licences For Textiles The Controller of Suj informed local Importers that no further licences will be issued for thtimportation of textile products from Hard Currency Sources under the General Allocation. Licences for such foods will continue to be Issued undethe Token Imports Scheme. Importer' have also been requested lo submit to 'he Controller certain information in respect of animal and poultry feeds purchased under the Open General Licence. The information required relates to Ihe lota) quantities in Ions, und the C.I.F cost „ of each type of animal and pouli,oni 1 problems. • There i* no outtry feeds which have arrived In' *< aiu n problem now dividing UM OOlotU durum the first three! "T,, world which could not bmontha of this rear, 1 **""'" w,lh discuwion and nego1 tiailnn. Every effort should 1K They are also required to sub-'made to get top people together" mil information showing the out-.said Indian Ambassador Sir Snrvapalli Radhakrishnan after his conversation Saturday night _ meet in'' now that the West was gro-ina stronger from rt-annament Firse An su IT Churchill curtly referred Dodds back to the first answer he gave to the Mini'question on November twelfth He said Ihen "there are at present no plans for negotiai;eneral problems with Soviet Lnlon but ihe possibility 01 .i high level meeting should not be excluded If the circumstances %  ire fnvourable." "That answer Is not good enough" Dodds shot back Will the Prime Mlnsfter state if he is M enthusiastic now for such a meeting as he was before Lh election* of 1950 and 1M1. The i-nty of people would rather he tried and failed than that ho should not trv at all." Churchill replied "It Is not so much a question of MM as It is of earnestness" A \... ( ,11 A Canadian Press report states: The half hour conversation he-i iween Prime Minister Stalin and India's Ambassador to Moscovl has produced a new call for the] world's top people to me** > %  I attempt lo settle major PO^T-OP-SPA IN. April, 3. According to the Hon. Hoy Joseph. Minister of Education and Social Services, Trinidad is going to havethe "finest technical training institution ui the British Empire". It wlll.be called the San Fernando Technical College and will be located in Ihe town of that name which Is in the southern borough of the i-Jand and In the heart of the oilfields area. The sile is being bulldozed and it is proposed to start construction in June with the hope uf completing it sometime next year. Estimated cost Is put it $400,000. Il Is expected that a number I the oil companies will make subitantial contributions including providing funds for waag* hostels and the like. The*, il is believed, will bear the names of Uie donors. Already the Rl. Hon. Oliver L> Helton, Secretary of Stale for the Colonies. Is endeavouring to eecure the services of a Principal for the College. f U. I. AMBASSADOt 10 VAIN. Lincoln MacVeagb (light) bows politely as ha presents hi. credentials lo QeneralisHmo Jrsncisco Fraoeo In palace at Madrid. Ma~Vaagh pievlouily served ID Portugal ving standing quantities (ton*) and CUT. cost of each type of feed for which orders were placed before the list March. 1952. but which have not yet arrived, and the sources of supply of each type. Iran Willing To Reopen Oil Talks New Economic Aid Body Urged WASHINGTON April. 7. Nelson A. Rockefeller, former Chairman of Truman's "Point Four** Advisory Board called for separate Adminirtrauon of Economic and Military aid to Foreign Countries. Rockefeller recommended the abolishment of the Mutual Security Administration, which now handles both aspects of the aid programme. In it* place he urged the creation of an "Overseas Eco-' Domic Administration" lo be re-1 sponnible for Economic Aid. He said Military Aid should be given back to the Defence Deportment Rockefeller said In a speech prepnred for ihe National Conference on International Economic and Social Development. that separation of programmes would clarify functions of United St-les Aid Administrators abroad The conference a/a* held I prob'rrn* of the world's underdeveloped areas.—t'.IV ..jth Suilin. Stalin's interview with the Indian Diplomat was viewed here as another In Ihe series of Important Soviet moves apparently aimed at fostering the hope that a divided world can settle its differably —u.p. C.P. 9 I.Di IN MARCH Nine cases of infectious dtt were reported during es month of March, according to notice issued l>y the Director oi Medical Services. There were five cases of tuberculosis, and four of Enter.. fever. In TEHVBAN, Apiil 1 is written the Wo say she Is willii Protests Vgainsl Suppressing Civil Liberties In W.I. bore River Floods French Village T;\KSS rrancss, April 1 RAPIDLY rising wa < tht blooktd IMra Rivw IPMO% ed up tht evaruutimi CM thtl tiny VlUg QJ tinhumid nearest the (Jreal Wfi skwl\ (liHapjMJarcd. Authoi i.n told the n m.Muii'k; inhultilants th.tt all elect ru nil mil will b. cut %  ff within iii>n.m four d 11 B av.-i i "..'i.'i i %  n lire I the centre of the villegi %  almoht -11 L i > i :.' ssthumaUon > %  ( boateg from lha • > tuv irtineried Aolhi.iilic* :H llevad the 11 saler would lI g| %  %  inhabitant Justin lAaymorul M BWM !< %  ll l\ "lie ceuu-l'r> on the right bank M Ihe Is*'.,but authoriUes said : Mondaj TU.-M1.IJ This pawning lha I parn 1 U/< %  !* went in anal pntawl) i'i bg Ui.i.f-i mornbu M %  said here, before Ine will tomes a gianl lake, oavaaing |,1M laMaaj oocc .1 pictiiM i(u,. -, ttn Doa eo% %  nil mountalni Curious signt-aaers flocked her.' (•idny in can and buaaa for the last glimpse of the .dims*! deso %  onlj I-1 ba told thai roads were blocked and no vlsllIIAPPlAglNG f ATiGUID after hrr In of Europe and Ihe Far Ifttt, Mr?. Eleanor Rooa tit, widow of the lata President, reaches San Frar.cisco's latern Uonal Airport where sha If greeted by her s>.n, Janm Roosevelt At tail it her gss j sjhggy M| Mautl Itooserelt said she "Wei not surprised" Prcs dant Trum.in wouldn't mn agab>. (From Our Own t nrrrvpondenl) LONDON. April 7 %  uppraaton cif dvll iiin-iim*. %  !.. IMm.iiic toDwrrov Minister uf State fm Ihe Col thi' ('..: tl.i.i (I the Wi.t Indian Studi-nt* id Bank to rtetfrne m>gotiati#ns for setllcnient of the oil dispute under certain conditions, lexis of a letter by the Foreign Mimsirv showed today. According b. the Botahane* Premier M"li;>mini-i Mossadegh lold WofU Bank Piesidenl Eiig'-nr It. Black th;t there are two prerequisites for resuming the talks : f %  auhM lha netaaogfuwd oil muuslry must be from "neutral'' countries. Secondly : The World Bank must mam *o the oil Industry oti behalf of ;md a.jgent of the (.< v. rrimenl of Iran. —U.P. PROTESTS ayainsl Ih m British West Indian icm to Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd nnies. bv a joint dcputatioi urest (London Branch)* I'lUOIl. The depulatimi will i.e led by Mi. Billy Straclien. Secretary &UC tud .gall IH.UHI. LsVQ ti>ei mrmbem : Mr. Roily Simms and Mr. K. Chaodl Sinffh. = iW will be Mr. Ib.y Augiei, Vii-v-l'resldeiil, POLICE START MATCH FIRE ITALY. April 7 The rue Dvpu-tment hare was called out by a match company to start a firs. Fireman were Mtowii .1 pile of several million matcnea sod told to "bum them up The nialciie-., it was sxplalned. were defectlvo and bad been rej-cted by the stale monopoly because tliey bad a tendency to explode" spontaneously or fly apart when %  truck Firemen cleared the area, lit a match and stood by until the last aaafar. UP. lEcnmB on muu i'(t\ TOMOKMO* B.G. Likely To Make Aluminum If Cheap Electricity Is Available 1,000 tfomeleas After Missouri Floods I.ISMAHK. North D.kolo. April 7 Ire cold waters of the Missouri n< Into Bismark. teevtllfl 1.000 persons homeless, nous;:. 1 chimoey ''eep in water ami him%  m.„. -f --,^. ~.i U.-U. ared* of livestock drownerl '"LfcL" SI? i'^JIliS %  was the won. NorLeeturea lakes place t-Mnoyrow , night at Westmoreland PlanlaUon J; d '" J,**" ""^ " Krd. St. James, when Mr W A. The MlKourl also slnick a l nearb> Ml Chief M-indan and the big Sin Inspector will speak on unM ..***& L a lkr \, ,h %  1 7.50 pm -id be reT, n '• 00u nrsldenU fled their layed Ihrou** the Publk Adonie there. d'es Hvs'em of Ihe Mobile ttIII Mimtana a mild river trlbu%  jeroa. and during Mr. Abrahams 1 iy of Mussourt pounded al weak talk .1 film will be hnwn illus-|e. ed dikes. Towns of Chinook hi* lecture %  bl immediale danger —1'#. -? Horses see Film of Grand National — "Nat as Crazy as II Sounds" NOTTINO. England. April 7. Two thorough hred race hor-es watched the film of last Satin day's Orand National Steeplechase Classic today and wen so entranced that they stood through the motion picture a second time. Black Diamond and Ea-tern Prince ware invited by Lan Wilkinson. Maukgcr of the luxury Odaon Cinema here tor a private shewing. sfUi Wilkinson bag aM ided thai they might pick up same painter* by watching the w< rid'a bet in action He asked local breeder, rrank Coton If Blac 1 PI % %  and mil he—at by hU "P""*it' and posukly ahorten b. • odds In point to point on lu> forthcoming race here. Oaten aei t the sight year-old gelding to Odeon tats meriting accompanied bf Eastern Prince, hie stable mate of 11 years. When the film suited bath hens* parked up their ears opened their eye and .vucaed Intently from the time the horses paraded up to the start.'1. line until Taal charged home the winner ahead of Legal Joy and Wet Me Bun. They were so intent on the flrtt time .1 round, that premeUn agreed there eaeald be a second shoving. "The Idea is not as craty ait soeaeV' said Coton, a local breeder "Her*** are intelligent animal* and be might have gotten a let of .neptratioa from seeing better class bone* In acUjn." (From Our Own Corrtftpuiident ) GEORGETOWN. March 81 MR. RAY E. POVVEL1.. President of the Alumii iun Co., of Canada, parent Company of the Dent > ;>id.. told a Press Conference btre on ShUinlay lhat if the Company could be gw*liwd oi obfhtnfnj low-coil electrical energy "we would much prefer to make tJiu>V inum in British Guiana." %  %  Hi* dlMii-i 1 Ili.it look %  to make %  h~ a inum aivi l would be in thi %  product t I • %  %  1' 1. %  ., Jro1. il t lrd's Hill on March 25. while driving Ihe ry pendenls of the deeeaS' led will establish their clnims at Ithe Coun on Mav 7. 1*92 I Mr. E Hill. . hM poll u which thedepi>< wUI brtng out are the .", of tiavel by I nil.no. i.imi the lerri. inrthich in the U K. is availabM 11.1 iMiKh normal clu-imcl' Menioranduni -M nifclit i.t Hans Cretveiit u-i Ihe c.iriiiU'HiL Labour Con.nid W.ISt' '1 % %  %  i.K-.. ui .1 inviiiuranduiii ucorporatlng Ihese point*. This 1. ii.'ii.iiKiuin gfUl inpresented to li Ainu l^-tiiiox Boyd. Mr, Hilly BUachan lold me torBM) of reslrlcted ravel "ill DO based nuinly on 1 I" ..t„l Mrs. BrHl li Guiana, who were refuted entrv inlo riirddad god Onooda despite the fact that when Mrs. Jag.ni visited Barhswlpa she arai mat :ii ihe Airport by seven members of the l..-,'l-l:ituMThe msgnorandurn ivtll contain Of other cases where ive been refunnl hy West : • %  eiiiois. using the veto ie combined voi ..einbers of the I*glsla• Charges of %  UBprtaaaon of literature 1,re based „„ u, r British Qulann Goverument law recently paased restnamg the sale of any llleriitur contrarv to puMic ln1,1. 1: Other We*t Irnliin lolonles F ag "f prohlMt. 1 UtagsViii'i ui the depsnaUofi to Mr. get to the B <•. which gives Qoverniiient paper Wltheul h Mr. lenno* IP place at the Co1 'I :,l) Sir I a I j il 1 Meets Again witliHusHouim c MUU. April %  1 se.m-11jn.11 hvmgbi saw 1 foreign Mim-t.i Alulel li Of ihe bccond Ijimin eight hi ui I llil.ir.IIII.IMIU.I1,. ., : rhlon the Igypfian Pri r, H North Ameii..iii An.b i-o look pan. It wu. Sit Ralph 1 II ird talk tot w day wi'h BatyDCl n ihe Anglo-KK.vi.ii.in treaty dlawle. First he saw Abrlcl H Lini iii. i, .. minute meeting With PW %  • Ndgulr) Hllaly Pasha ,iui |Q| which was understood lo have II.HHH n(li-r Il -it Caffery i. w llii-ly Pasha lmimdi.ilel> .1 tier Sir llulph Stevenson. To-nigdit'i ineeimit ba t waao Bta Kilph .mil Higgouaa Pasha lasted ine hour and ten minutes. Both sides continued to maintain most secrecy about talk* which are offlciiilly -tilt in the "Ogrpl lory stage." I been Ihe *ub)< %  re.it Kjitlmlsm one right !:' % % %  Th,. talks hav. of sharp fluctuat Ins wilh K .1. pad m>wti next. Cattery's visit lo DM •11 llC'll tumours lhat Anglo I %  %  I lha An.1.1adoi told reporU i i( cr that in t fTorts had %  success 1 %  .1 "in tl < near fuluri-" h If Coiiafereiice On Trieste Continues U'MxtN. April I on tile co %  1 .' . ,. • beer pal %  otutlon whld rottl %  tilagonis.' Vui bah rah letnands m fullv. %  .1 oauUt V4M*a^ ih'. iswy ... task or w, ban Kehsge me %  ndiee the iiiit-i. i" starahal 1 tad Weat111 powei > thai any iuch move ould • Ij %  ">" ril Vugo%  %  %  %  %  tet ttal I I Ital %  1 ices. The Mil. rlty will rein UN II' '.'. I' .1 %  ,. I' %  %  lien done iluring Ihe way for lo speed ( r Truce Ttdki Stalemated rOKYO, April 7 Oil the %  1 • %  HI 1 if either rtythtng naw : 1 offei 1 lems. Neither side dintUve newspaper "Messagegro" said the real pnrpos* of 'he Bpautati Toreign Minuter Alberto Murtin Artajo'a trip to the Arab States wthat ef acting sa s mediator between the West ^iid the Middle East with the bop* of permitting Spain to enur it certain tin.e. not only into tU defence, ayrtem of tli* MedlUraoesn but also ID that of Carepe and •! Eefcrrlng to the trip as one of "particular Impor%  .: ce ". Indies tive of Bpau.'n uiuntlonof "resuming 1 more m-vr role in for eigu policy "Meagegio's" Beirut Oorreepoade'iAald. according ta appearing I11 newnpap. : 1'iteods to present a plan calling for a Mediterranean defence Pact between Spain and the Middle i:> • UP



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PAGE SIX II.KK.WMts ADVOCATE TUESDAY. AP*ll. 8. lMt CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE J50I THANKS ion UU AUTOMOTIVE '. AH OW .!> lIHf A^*4.S ad) a-ark-a •<•? ***** JU. D V^roll C. LM • %  > jvmpnlhiaed \ %  IX MEMORIAM %  •I • ii in :*4 %  r* it pPa**rd away on April "i % %  1. i 4 i "i I % %  > >> ''.JIM Bbrlr pjiHl* to Hrrnal I.vl. "All In loving WM-rooa n( a Orate oh* *H rallnl In ...l %  %  .MM The grate rnul> a .AltS One 1M7 M.r-ify Car r-.frcl ,—dll.ou One fluid Drlr* Dadge Cu Appl) Ir. CoamopetRan (lM'. M*S*| Ooid M.I Baaraiet engiatwd. "Lionel fell* leu C F ll.rrUon office bare** Hill, Finder will be by raturmng trntr to L A Wlben c/ R.meor.. On**. Broad %  ! i .. AdvrrtMlrgj r>-<-.H"ta-,.i H.M Ii FOUND HLNC fog ..-.., Ad.eit.. Siaiilpllaj R9VUNMEN1 NMICI Copts* I on the v.1 *! I I IM rrl l it :hr Colonial ..l K. cenL* eucti. 8.4.52 CAR—* %  >> Angiie In perfri i PReeM) PI II M B— lie* I*i3 mod*!, never it* Car Dial m7 lion* 4BI7 Offtc* areenidguf A 44 Cal CAB Mil •idii 1*81 .*** %  saty • CAML Minor Tww-De*r Bal..o*i i ew Minor Tourer .*• mil— Men. 'i.l..rd Raloan vrry Band condition %  < t-o-ara-er. •..iw-ii w ./... ._ .IN; Suitable (or h • IM:> %  up aaloo. M) Mi ,-. %  -!.•.. -i. 11.006 mile*, very few I. HIT HCiYAl. (iAHACiE tM :•-. %  %  l.i -,w. Wolarlr LIVESTOCK railU II"Hit* SUIULH(or aVilng • i* Appb J C Pi .,, plorr MM S 6* MECHANICAL II!' CmU Raleigh MISCELLANEOUS FOH III VI HOUSES pW further parUeulere. L-.n>. B* 4 Caral Ban Al flrtgadr l>> LH Uard Mar tor mem DM. INS Phon. WANTED 01 ASSISTANT MANAGER Mx-.Uarfat Company Unmed laqul.e mairted man AI. V M— ""' %  -•'• Mt>l 1ivr-t. k r*tenttal .1*0 aBHtt nonage eotlon lime e.lal" Ided Apply tUIUia. • %  ptiHn* and N required lo Bos Bl. HmouW. i %  W I ] W n COOK ind i MAID I • Ta ton. >J*ei %  land* W Ihew will) BMlar>r rH %  ppi* P c K MArrmi a c. u HlSi II Viil'Nn LAD (I..VI1C. <.f I i irawtlinri Advorat' .• • %  T. MISCELLANEOUS .iNE SMAJJ. ISX'UBATUIl \ :oriU>C1 Ui-Krf.ric 4U. II-I (leiSIM %  MM> I 4 I*-5n %  •turn KALES REAL ESTATE rOI HALE Hi our Offf. No 11 Hl|h llppr-l PtUay Ihr lath luatanl al > i i IM^NO. I'd A.rii.ii-. Ballrv-tlk-. 'th midnr nf tr ..n,. TM. llMnilkrrrlMrl* JOr Ki>i#>r. r >| II..1H >iiir %  ad Dining r I ".ortlrriliJiifi. lor il tlrf fel n-i 0 I I:, M 1.1.1 CM 4 p in i ( %  > U~-Tn. %  • %  %  TI.I4 VIMKfS I'ublir uflirial Stir Oi. lf^-s Ih*. Mi aav Oj Apiil ItU •* if-ntvaof I ftVknk tn tn %  IWrnooA •ill b NH %  % %  one* *• tk btctiMl rnddn (or anv aum not unflrt lha >p^ (JiMHd \alur *ti i--I arrtaf. Mm* r L-m ifomrlr .-,I l-rt.r—.1. I..1...U, ttl taa •. II mauwM in pa/i of >M4I >>n> at o— % % %  u. tw >k •* S Mi l ill kMMI a.d xn HI IM IM •• HmSlt mm Miaan Ymrw — . an Htr Bulh on a i-irt ""• mmlti*r r. allow** la M— lie Waal on land* -I one It Hi*i" d .., lb. Matt .-i .. P.l*-M roM I... I fmtt Uh II* . II .1 March 1MJ GOVERNMENT NOTICE OFFICIAL NOTICE ^-AKBADOw. in punuaMc, ATTENTION II drawn lo i -KControl o( Prlc (Defenrr) (Ameii'lmfol) Order 1052. No u v hich will be publi,htt) in the 07th April. 1952 ,f '.( %  d 2 Uodcr ibtt Order the nuxanum wholesale aiui letall scUint Poik-S-lu-.i ||) Manufactured 'Margarine is) CooWai (b) Table iL.low-spi.au ID print*j MeatFrwh and frown Beef (al and lb)" and Oil (Edible,' 1 an ., follows. ;IM Ca a n e—T Art its*. I n a Vina or ruimma an. raUt* n.'.l r ml nr %  SJirllnd Ina propart> hrrau *( % %  manltoi la bring pclpiw ma an aeroxni cl iiiair m on an. T^ai II noon and 9 .'kr* tn IM %  rkrmoon >l trw BrUUalown bafora tn lath day ol Mo m*9 la raportad an and ranfead — according 4a i\ nil: coi'in Off CaLAfc'Clavr i haraar jrl*a l*f ta all parao. > | 10 .h) Han %  • fiKumbi. I nha propantf ol Uia aatrraUnu Aiinaaw. d<i*a lu.le-i (rwoi IB* DaoaAU of and ba deprived of aw rf Man on or -gun >> tr—J propam rlABTTlrP nAHCl A)n. KlelU riMT1.Y -fl ST., k I AHT1CI.E K)RK Sglied:(•) Neck looes. Neck Rib*. fwt. Urs NOTICE re but* or CHABLXB UKMOND KNIGHT Dacaawd .NOTICE IS IIIJtEBY GIVEN |hat all pa*. ana i.-.wna ...y delrt. or rlalm aaaino* llw r.i-.te ol C-hAilr. Urmoad Kntghl. Hacanaad Ute of %  oarhaa PlanUtton In IMe pa.lMi ..( B,!,,,! 1^... H> inr. (>larvd ho died on Ihe llln il> ..( %  s.pUnl** %  SI. mteilaW. or* toajueileO la (end In l.rtMiilan %  >( Hint (Uinw dint %  Iteiled |o the undrnigBFd lUSA wlU.lC?—NT KItlaUT ,. U.H>, uminalo'. A Soaly. i .*•!.* Strort. rtrtd|>lown. on or aeloie Ina Sth da) ol Ma> 1PU. alW* whirl) date I ohall proceed In di'lrlbite i-aiuea n prriun ftl wheaa dabt or all not l"an Kav* had I.,I paraana indrblod lo Uie Uid raquoated lo aMlia lhaii ln> a-nnoul delay ill 3rd dv ol March ISU UilA MnxtCBNT RNiniffT Qualidail Admlni*ti*mx ol the Eaial* Of Cnarlaa Onnond Knlahl dnraaaad 1 H-w %  uited mer-to having raaard I *k,b I -L.,1 then mUfl' and I will nat be babla AND -< de'rladne. Dated NOTICE SI A. SON* LTD NOTICE Tills lo let those t'u.-totnwho lisve booke.1 MffJ know iriui the shipT nnt exprxlcd has Jnlaysd but They will 1-c notified as soon Company can fix -air..Rftaq Brrlvtl. THE HAHl', \i.%  GAS CO NUI 1IAMI.IA ..-.|.-i, ,..:.:„'. '.., . .,,!„.,, I >.-...nbar IwU. pariie* m h-.ina plaaaa phone 4441. T O'dde* (iranl. Ltd II 1 S) l*n 11 1-11 afaaai %  to' York, RAI.VANIZK PIPEX* || I'.U.l MM Pips, no* Apply to 1. 1 OH! laite*. *< Andiew 4 H-ta nm BECItVED Valo* ffAova pa-la. Oiliana... tpraadara. Ond T"p Plalea. Wieka. and Ovana. AUo • %  %  1— %  1 '• En 1 :lA lit,, T ,-1 nj Tr Mr Hlreatj so a •*— 1 la. ITf! TWINE. CI-.-1 Twlra b..li O W HUTC1ITN*(>N 1 U 14iJ .-,, Mt.lAl. aJTEl't ADDERS Din 'i-iil lour, all. rurhl. .1 Iread. Kom H> sa up On aala 1 re ltd Lowar Bioad >' • al* 1 B.4 SB Jn I'ublic on..ial Sale A. 1 nat FURNITURE AUCTION mi Aiitn 1 harllaa lo dla>> of h i modern Viewing mnniing of •ap 1 1 il.board. Detki, OrxTablei. Ta.i allay Bonkraar. Cbaal nf •' 1 • M ...| ) pajgng II aaar*. Bar* %  ,. ., 1 ... 1 -a aa-fa l.irm !" MatUwaar< rwBBHf iimiU', ataaeatolua Idtawaar lei Hoy. Eleil:. V'TU INKERS Jdslav. ^i m Hla>g| oaB ** io. A.F.8.. F V A rra*a.| Mar>bal .11*4-at • ., Tueada* tha SUi day of April IfU •• hour of 3 o'clock In lha aflrrnn n ba aold al my ofkrv la lha hlgheal ir lor .. %  iha apHain place ol 1-nd ton. Goodlend an ParlUi of at Muh.ei. 1 I link pn Undo nf Mi. n land, of Mr. I Pa Branch and on faacond Wallha l_nC. ..ppaalird aa "f land appraltad .. AND SIXT\' IXH-rl VKDI UVII Ll I'tMKVUAP. 1 %  r.i 1. STREKI Al fl pra and... iMh Aarll hU rarv cmlorifble Dwallma houae alad l a well eti.>>liahed rcKlenUal a .md "I -linin walking dl'lannr •hl4a*l..wn. comprl-aDrawlna and K raorna. three lai.e and on•mall na. break (an room. pantry, uhaiwtte. toilet .,,vi bath and waah romi —nil > double arrvanU loon >rd, .landon an* -ajuara feel of I 1 •••peril"" on applkatlon at the pt • anv datieloren Ii lo I leapt and Sunday* Pot (urtha* particularand rondll HITCHINSON A RANFlEUt. Jamat itraal t SIAUCTION I will aril on WEDNEHCAV h | IO rr> II nan., .it %  l Anlh.-i" narkwllb i, l ||...ini--Mahogaay Upright, K<-k..,g C"..lia, (teller and Table. Pnlot. 1 ., i-. ...,,, r-ldm %  cre.-na 4-dr.v Clack, Mlrmr. Ilili.a Cablnai. Dining Tni having an> debl or clain* againal ,r aSartkac the aria I* of Ada Maorc nnaaaed. late of Prince of Wale* KOJS Bank Hall in Ihe pariah of H.unl Mich-a. in tni* Uland a-feo d.-0 on lha 14Ui 11 ol July ISftl are requested to *end In patliruHrol Ihelr cmima duly alle-ied to lha i.nderaarnrd HrUteUi 1 h itbam Pniutd. r a Hraara ll>nra (.i.lrllh. dnli.ltor.. Wu IS Hlgli *e,t hr SMh day I ahall pro%  eta af IM deieo. partia* entitled ibaiati' ing irgard nnly lo auch claim* of wolch 1.ail lhan have had notari ,. 1-1,,1,-H. 1 HMa • and I will reef — daMrlbuted lo an> paraon of n*e debt or rlalm I -hall nol lhan lie had notlrr And all perwHin indaMad lo Ihe uid 1 ,ie are ii-aiieated (o nettle lanr -aid .bledn.a> without delay Idled thi, Mlh day of March |BU MsKimi CHATHAM POlXjMtD. Q-iilifleU gUaculoi of Ihr will of Ada Mooie drce.iwd 1 U *n ~'nMamtML~ n* public ara ramgu UM d usalM ... .i,g t-rJII to mv alfe ||NP HOB** • % %  LSNI*^. M I do nol bokl mraaSf aatwMa f u r hat or anvone aba aot II1.4 .i> delt o, gl t lg >tM br • wmicn order iigned by m JAMES ilofaJM. Taylor* Oap, near Eegle Haiti (c) Ribleu Short Ribs, Spare Ribs. Finns. Jowls. Snouts. Scalps, Hi-.idskins. Boneless Mend Up* u Falback. Tub. Bulb LARD Uxsll^ M'UUlattiuird MAWJARINE — ..! c-.rao and J-aaaengar* (or Dominica. Antigua. Montaerrel. BsMSi Balling Wrdg ? Ill HI M DACUSTA CO. 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ESTABLISHED 1895

240 Miles
Of Cable
Being Laid

{From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7
The British cable laying ship
Monarch leaves London tomorrow
to lay 240 miles of telephone cabla
between Florida and the Bahamas
for -an American firm—Bell La-
boratories Limited,
It is her first trip into American

CHURCHILL: TIM.
FOR MEETING
Stalin Talks With

Indian Ambassador







IS NOT RIPE
WITH STALIN

| Isere River
Floods French

-~ U.S. ENVOY MEETS FRANCO

}
4
:
)

es

Village

waters and she will earn $120,000 LONDON, April 7
“he Monarch will call at the) PRIME MINISTER WINSTON CHURCHILL. indicated | FGNEAS, France, Aprif

Bahamas before going to
Everglades to load
American cable in
each 60 miles long.

U.K. Postmaster General Earl
De La Wary visited the ship at
Greenwich this afternoon. He told
the officers and the crew of the
8,000-ton ship—the world’s big-
gest cable laying vessel—that their
voyage was one more example of
Britain and the United States
working together for purposes
other than rearmament. It would
help decrease Britain’s

Port
1,000 tons of
four lengths,

}

to try to settle the cold war.

bers.



sibly be useful.”

ds did not mention Stalin’s—~<
depen-|“pparent overtures in the question
dence on American financial aid}bUt he asked
in its own way, because dollars|@

Churchill flatly for

third time in recent months

carned on the voyage could payy What contribution he had ready

for 48,000 bushels of wheat or|to make to a Big Three mee

300,000 pounds of raw cotton.
The onarch’s commander is

Captain J. P. Betson. She was

launched in 1946 and has been

miles of deep sea cable.



Licences For '

Textiles

The Controller of Supplies has
informed local importers that no
further licences wil] be issued for
the importation of textile pro-
ducts from Hard Currency Sources
under the General Allocation.

Licences for such goods will
continue to be issued under the
Token Imports Scheme,

Importers have also been re-
quested to submit to the Controller
certain information in respect of
animal and poultry feeds pur-
chased under the Open General
Licence. The information re-
quired relates to the total quanti-
ties in tons, and the C.LF. cost
of each type of animal and poul-|
try feeds which have arrived in}
the colony during.the first three
months of this year.’

ting
now that the West was growing
Stronger from re-armarhent,

First Answer
Churchill curtly referred Dodds
ack to the first answer he gave to

She can carry about 2,600 me fame question on November

welfth. He said then “there are
at present no plans for negotia-
tions on general problems with
Soviet Union but the possibility
of a high level meeting shoulg not
be excluded if the circumstances
are favourable.”

“That answer is not yood
enough” Dodds shot back, “Will
the Prime Minsiter state if he is
as enthusiastic now for such a
meeting as he was before the
elections of 1950 and 1951. The
vast majority of people would
rather he tried and failed than
that he should not try at all.”

Churchill replied “It is not so
much a question of enthusiasm
as it is of earnestness,”

A New Call

A Canadian Press report states:
The half hour conversation be-
tween Prime Minister Stalin and
India’s Ambassador to Moscow
has produced a new call for the
world’s top people to meet in an
attempt to settle major interna-
tional problems, “There is no out-
standing problem now dividing
the world which could not be
settled with discussion and nego-
tiation. Every effort should be

They are also required to sub-! made to get top people together”

the out-
(tons)

mit information showin,
standing quantities

said Indian Ambassador Sir Sar-

and; vapalli Radhakrishnan after his

C.LF, cost of each type of feed| conversation Saturday night with
for which orders were placed be-| Stalin.

fore the 31st March, 1952, but

Stalin’s interview with

__ to the House of Commons that he feels the time is not
ripe for a face to face meeting with Premier Joseph Stalin

Churchill's reaction to appease

the Soviet request recently for such a meeting emerged
from an evasive exchange with questioning Labour mem-

Labourite N. Dodds brought up the question of a Big
Three meeting two days after Stalin saw the Indian Am-
bassador in Moscow and a week after he cabled a group of
American editors that a Big Three meeting would “‘pos-



T'dad To Get Finest
Technical Institute
In British Lmipire

(Fron) Qur Own Correspondent

PO T-OF-SPAIN, April, 3.
According to the Hon. Roy
Joseph, Minister of Education and
Social Services, Trinidad is going
to have the “finest technical
training institution in the British
Empire”. It will, be called the San
Fernando Technical College and
will be located in the town of
that name which is in the south-
ern borough of the islang and in

the heart of the oilfields area.

The site is being bulldozed and
it is proposed to start construction
in June with the hope of com-
pleting it sometime next year.
Estimated cost is put at $400,000.
It is expected that a number of
the oil companies will make sub-
stantial contributions including
providing funds for wimgs, hostels
and the like, The@e, it is be-
lieved, wil] bear the names of the
donors.

Already the Rt. Hon. Oliver
Lyttelton, Secretary of State for
the Colonies, is endeavouring to
secure the services of a Principal
for the College.

Iran Willing To
Reopen Oil Talks

TEHERAN, April 7.
written the World



Tran has

the} Bank to say she is willing to

which have not yet arrived, and] Indian Diplomat was viewed here| Testime negotiati#ns for _—
the sources of supply of each type. | as another in the series of impor-|â„¢ent of the oil dispute | under
tant Soviet moves apparently aim-| Certain conditions, texts of a letter



New Economic
Aid Body Urged

WASHINGTON, April, 7.

Nelson A, Rockefeller, former
Chairman of Truman’s “Point
Four” Advisory Board called for
separate Administration of Eco-
nomic and Military aid to For-
eign Countries,

Rockefeller recommended

the | culosis,

ed at fostering the hope that a

ences peaceably,
—UP. & C.P.

9 1,D’s IN MARCH

Nine cases of infectious diseas-
es were reported dyring the



y the Foreign Ministry showed

| divided world can settle its differ- | today.

According to the exchange,
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh
told World Bank President

Eugene R. Black that there are
two prerequisites for
the talks :

Firstly

notice issued by the Director of | from ‘neutral’ countries.

Medical Services.
There were five cases of tuber-
and four of Enteric

abolishment of the Mutual Secur-/j fever.

ity Administration, which now
handles both aspects

programme,



Secondly: The World Bank
must manage the oil industry on
behalf of and as agent of the
Government of Iran. —U.P,

resuming

The terms to manage the
month of March, according to a] nat®nalized oil industry must be

eee

NEW U. 5, AMBASSADOR TO SPAIN, Lincoln MacVeagh (right) bows
politely as he presents his erecentials to Generalissimo Francisco
Franco in palace at Madrid, MacVeagh previously served in Portugal.



~ Protests



Suppressing Civil

Liberties

(From Our Own
PROTESTS against the

in British West Indian territories are to be made tomorrow
to Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd, Minister of State for the Col-
onies, by a joint deputation of the Caribbean Labour Con-
gress (London Branch}*and the West Indian

Union.
The deputation will be

Secretary C,1.C..and gill include twe other members :

Mr. Rolly Simms and Mr, R.





POLICE START

MATCH FIRE |

ITALY, April 7.

The Fire Department here
was called out by a match
company to start a fire. Fire-
men were shown a pile of sev-
eral million matches and told
to “burn them up.”

The matches, it was ex-
plained, were defective and
had been rejected by the state
monopoly because they had a

tendency to “explode” spon-
taneously or fly apart when
struck.

Firemen cleared the area, lit
a match and stood by until the
last sputter.
UP.



of the aid ; pees "7 ,
In its place he urged B G | ik l | ' M k
the creation of an “Overseas Eco-| e e e y oO a e

nomic Administration” to be re-
sponsible for Economic Aid. He
said Military Aid should be given
back to the Defence Department.

Rockefeller said in a speech
prepared for the National Confer-
ence.on International Economic
and Social Development, that
separation of programmes
clarify functions of United Stotes
Aid Administrators abroad. The
conference was held to discuss
problems of the world’s under-
developed areas.—U.P.

We
LECTURE ON SMALL
POX TOMORROW



The first of a
Lectures takes place tomarrow
night at Westmoreland Plantation
Yard, St. James, when Mr. W. A.
Abrahams, Government Chief
Sanitary Inspector will speak on
Small Pox.

begins at 7.30 p.m. will be re- than 1,000 residents fied their |
layed through the Public Ad- home there. 4 :
dress System of the Mobile ci-' In Montana a mild river tribu-

nema, and during Mr, Abrahams’
talk a film will be shown illus-
trating his lecture.



would;

If Cheap

1,000 Homeless
After Missouri
Floods

BISMARK, North Dakota, April 7.

(From Our Ow
MR. RAY E. POWEL

if the Company could. be

inum in British Guiana.”





series of Health ;

The Lecture which}

Ice cold waters of the Missouri

| River burst into Bismark, leaving

houses POCKET CARTOON



1,000 persons homeless,
|chimney ceep in water and hun-
‘dreds of livestock drowned
Jt was the worst North Dakota
| flocd in 35 years and cost one life
The Missouri also struck at nearby
‘Mandan and the big Sioux River
churned through a dike si th’
Sioux falls in South Daketa. More

By OSBERT LANCASTER

tory of Missouri pounded at weak
jened dikes. Towns of Chinook
were in immediate danger. —U.P.

Aluminum

Electricity Is Available

n Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, March 31

L, President of the Aluminum

Co., of Canada, parent Company of the Demerara Bauxite
Coy., Ltd., told a Press Conference here on Saturday that

assured of obtaining low-cost

electrical energy “we would much prefer to make alum-

He disclosed

that it took ap-
proximately four ton f bauxite
to make a ton of aluminum and
it would be in the interests of the
company to make wt ed



product here than
Canada.

hip the

The Company has for the past



Mr. L, Jeffreys and Mr. E. Hill.

| tories and the suppression of lit-

}
in the rivers of the Colony to ty

RAPIDLY rising waters of
the blocked Isere River speed-
ed up the evacuation of this
tiny village to-day as the walls
of the hamlet of Chaudanne
nearest the Great White Dam
slowly disappeared

Authorities yesterday told
the remaining inhabitants that
all electric current will be cut
off within the next four days
to avert danger of serious
accidents or fire

In the centre of the
demolition of the Mayor's Office
is almost complete and the exhu-
mation of bodies from the ceme-
tery is finished. Authorities said
voday that they believed the rising
fiery would be lapping the ceme-

village



tery by the week-end

One stubborn inhabitant Justin
|Raymond, however, still refused
to leave his home situated near
|the cemetery on the right bank
of the Iseve but authorities said
the fast rising water will have
reached his house by next Monday
or Tuesday,

Against

| This morning, the town’s citi-
zens went to what probably will
|be the Mass to be

last morning
isaid here, before tite village be-
}comes a giant lake, covering 3,120
houses, Once a picturesque setting
jin the snow covered mountains

Curious sight-seers flocked here
today in cars and buses for the
jlast glimpse of the almost deso-
jlate village only to be told that
| roads were blocked and no visit-
bec allowed.—U.P.

|
Sir Ralph |
Meets Again |
earn

In W.I.

Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7.
suppression, of civil liberties



Students

led by Mr, Billy Stfachen,
CAIRO, April, 7.

British Ambassador Sir Ralph

Stevenson to-night saw Egyptian

Foreign Minister Abdel Hassouna

for the second time in eight |

/

Chandi Singh.
W.LS.U. representatives will be
Mr. Roy Augier, Vice-President,

of intense diplomatic activity i

+ which the Egyptian Premier
eaten ~ the North American
the terri-|@lso took part,

It was Sir Ralph's third talk for
the day with Egyptian leader
on the Anglo-Egyptian treaty dis
pute. First he saw Abdel] Hassouna}
this morning, Then he had |
minute meeting with
Naguid Hilaly Pasha during which|!
he was understood to have handed
over aide memoirs covering nearly
a month of Anglo-Egyptian “ex-

The chief points which the dep-
will bring out
restriction of
Indians between

and
ador

utation
alleged
West

Ambas

erature which in the U.K, is avail-
able through nermal channels,
Memorandum
Last night at Hans Creseent
Hostel the Caribbean Labour Con-
gress executives and W.LS.U.
officers drew up a memorandum
incorporating these points. This
memorandum will be presented to
Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd,
Mr. Billy Strachen told me to-

a 75-



t

travel will be based mainly on|Jefferson Caffery saw Hilaly

Premier; 8

zone as far as i



APPEARING FATIGUED after her tour of Europe and the Far East, Mrs.

Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of the late President, reaches San Fran-
cisco’s International Airport where she is greeted by er son, James
Roosevelt. Ai left is her secretary, Miss Maureen Corr. Mrs, Roosevelt
said she ‘“‘was not surprised” President Truman wouldn’t run again.



Conference | Truce Talks
On Trieste Stalemated
Continues TOKYO, April 7

On the truce negotiations frant

‘ armistice delegates met for about
. LONDON, April 7 | six minutes at Panmunjom to ec
he three-power. conference on} if either side had anything new



frieste resumed discussions today | to offer on truce supervision prob-
on the compromise plan for the! jems. Neither side did and the
inclusion of Italy in the adminis-| ,eeting adjourned until Tuesday.
ration © the West controlled | Prisoner exehange . discussions
cee entered the third day of an°“in-
Foreign Office offici: denied| definite” recess to give opposing
eports that talks had been “par-| teams in Munsan and Kaesong the
ed” by the West’s anxiety to} chance — to ‘develop additional
ivoid a solution which would] avenues” for resolving the pris-
uwitagonise Yugoslavia and by| oners of war question. It was be-
their reluctance to meet Italy's} ieved that these private sessions

| probably directed .from the high-
st levels, might re@bult in an over-

The ciscussions opened here, On| all comprontigé af all. outstanding
Thursday and Western alficials| issues like, the prisoner repatria-
nade clear again today. thal ney] tion, of BR as a member of the

demands more fully.





ve concerned with the task . of post-armis truce ‘team afid
rawing Italy closer to Western}uirfield repair and construction
dministration ‘of ‘Trieste but will] propaganda breadcasts from Com-
xclude moves which would prej-{ munist China launehed their bit-
dice the future status of Trieste] tey attacks on United Nations
is a whole ruce demands and coneentrated

instead on German warfare

Marshal Tito has warned West- a. ates r ,
ern powers that any such move charges. The allied voice of ee

ould seriously imperil Yugo-| United Nations Command ae
lavia’ co-operation with the] Voled its broadeast to answering
Vest these charges. —U.-P.



British and American diplomat
ve stated they are anxious to
Italian demands in their
practicable

HEAVY RAINS
SAVE CATTLE

eet

Italy will be offered a sizable
share in civil administration of BRISBANE, Australia

he zone but she will not be ked April, 7.
oO supply military forec Soaking rains over the sheep

of Northwest
the worst

cattle
Queensland

country

The Military ended

authority will re-



the experience of Dr. and Mrs.;Pasha immediately after Sir aie att lanes drought in fifty years and saved
Cheddie Jagan of British Guiana, Ralph Stevenson. work has been done “during the|thousands of starving stocks. Up
who were refused entry into] To-night’s meeting between Sir aaakiend:’* pave the way for,t© an inch of rain has fallen over
Trinidad and Grenada despite the Ralph and Hassoung Pasha lasted| ourrent discussions and to speed!a wide area and more is expected.
fact that when Mrs Jagan visited |one hour and ten minutes. Both agreement.—U.P UP.
port "by" seven "members ot ing igee continued to maintain ut

Legislatire. most secrecy about talks which w

are officially still in the “explora-
tory stage.”

The talks have been the subject
of sharp fluctuations in the Egypt
ian Press with great optimism one

|
gloom the
it to the
|
|

The memorandum will contain
instances of other eases where
entries have been refused by West
Indian Governors, using the veto
against the combined vote of the

ploratory talks.”
lay that the charge of restricted! United State: Ambassador
i

elected members of the Legisla-~ day and downright
ture. next, Caffery’s vis

Charges of suppression of liter-|Premier gave rise to fresh
ature are based on the British|rumours that Anglo - Egyptian

Guiana Government Jaw recently |talks are in a delicate phase. But
passed restricting the sale of any |the Ambassador told reporters lat

literature contrary to public in-jer that his mediation efforts had
terests, “success in some points”. Other
Other West Indian colonies!questiong would be solved “in the



ture but the deputation to Mr. |tioners.—U.P.

Lennox Boyd will object to the

principle invoked by B.G., which |

hey say, gives Government the!
dn

publish lists of prohibited litera-|near future” he replied to que |

ight to ban any book, magazine
or paper without previous notice. |
The meeting with Mr. Lennox
Boyd will take place at the Co-|
nial Office tomorrow morning.,

PE ee a |

quiry Into Mount
Gay Deaths
Adjourned



} four years been carrying out tes‘ ; ¥
RAIN HOLDS up The inqury into the cireurm
out the possibilities of hydro stances surrounding the deaths ¢
electric ee wer but nothing of SHIPPING Allan Carlyle Norville (39) «
consequence has been found to Occasional showers of rain yes- | Harris’, St. Lucy, Samuc! Clari
indicate good prospects for secur-| terday morning affected shipping|(51) of Indian Ground G
ing low--cst energy by hydro-| #¢tivities in the harbour, The; Greenidge (28) and Lystal Greet
electric means netor vessels Interpreter (Har-|idge, a labourer and cousin 6
The new expansion programme] ison liner) and the C.N.S.|Glyne who was a resident of

.

of the Corapany in British Guiana] &eighter Canadian Cruiser, which

Hill, St. Peter, was adjournec

bic) angie elS
HASTINGS

KIRTS
HIRTS











will be costing $10 million and the hed if port loading sugar for|April 16 by Mr. S. H. Nurse, ‘
President added that local vest-| the <. and Canada respectively, | oner of District “E”
2 Horses see Film of Grand National ment in the e¢ ol on ie at the’ Were held up from working during No evidence was taken yes HORTS
moment wa approaching $59 the intervals the rain was falling.| day. It is expected that the G
“ee 99 i "foniel : he cout Schooners whitch were at workjernment Analyst will give }
‘Nat as Crazy as it Sounds a a ae a oe in the Careenage were also held|findings at the next hearing. TI CARVES
aoe » The Company's invest. UP While sugar lorries bringing! four men died in a vat at Mou
NOTTING, England, April 7. { Fanaa o Py orale ze te sugar from storehouses to the'Gay Distilleries on Monday mort WEATERS
Two thorough bred race horses watched the film of last Satur- a vad eg ae féuart¥ 7” cr : ae i waterfront had to use tarpaulins. ing, March 21
day's Grand National Steeplechase Classic to.day and were so i Rania ‘s ith Pee a4 thee adiaaan es casie
entranced that they stood through the motion picture a second ' eountttoe. | ° h Mi ° Will A i. *
time. Black Diamond and Eastern Prince were invited by Len Spanis mnister ] ’ ct | ie Nap are an ar eT |)
Wilkinson, Manager of the luxury Odeon Cinema here for a private Bandit Shoots Himself . | 4LL. MATERIAL: f
showing, after Wilkinson had decided that they might pick up } Hapesammtpemtnce |

some pointers by watching the wirid’s best in action. He asked In Penang Schoolroc m

local breeder, Frank Coton if Blac: Diamond would benefit by his

As Mediator In Middle East e . rf

$1,800 PAID AFTE VeV dni eh

SINGAPORE, A ROME, April 7

1 . hy
Horrified school child: “ ol ued a ©
experience and possibly shorten his odds in point to point on his | LO YD VER’S DEATH ‘mah identified man ry Authoritative newspaper “Messagegro” said the real purpose of
forthcoming race here. Coton sent the eight-year-old gelding to nt en himself is a “classroom. in Penat the Spanish Poreign Minister Alberto Martin Artajo's trip to the THE. ONLY SHOP OF ITS KIND IN VEST INDIES
Odeon this morning accompanied by Eastern Prince, his stable Compensation to the amount]schoo! where he had « » Arab States was that of acting as a mediator between the West “ths ‘

mate of 11 years. When the film started both horses perked up
their ears, opened their eyes and watched intently from the time
the horses paraded up to the starting line until Teal charged home
the winner ahead of Legal Joy and Wot No Sun. They were so

of $1,800 has been paid into the
| Assistant Court of Appeal by
| Bulkeley Lid., in connection with
| the death of Lioyd Taitt, a lor-

from pursuing police
fired at Lance-Corpora
earlier in the mo
policeman returned

nd the Middle East with the hope of permitting Spain to enter H
Mediter ite 3




it certain times not only into the defence

anean but also in that of Europe and the

system of th
Atlanti

SHOP









ry driver of Haggatt Hall, St.|chase with the aid of a detective Referring to the trip as one of “particu! I da
intent on the first time around, that promoters agreed there should | Michael who died in an acci-|]The bandit was ther riv t tive of Spain’s intentions of “resuming a more active rol
be a second showing. dent on My Lord’s Hill on Marchja classroom with a singl Pe eign policy “Messagegro’s” Beirut Correspondent said, according to
“The idea is not as crazy as it sounds,” said Coton, a local |25, while driving the motor lor-|way. They sent for reir editorials appearing in newspapers of the Arab countjies Arta

i 5 |ry G.125, the property of Bulke-}ments and, waited outside becauss : J ; ge t oe
breeder. “Horses are intelligent animals and he might have gotten liey Faetory the schoolmaster pleaded 1 i intends to present a plan calling for a Mediterranean defence I
a lot of inspiration from seeing better class horses in action.” } shoot into the class. The gt n between Spain and the Middle Hast

UP. The dependents of the deceas-jrealising he w L ; f UF

at jout shot himself in his h

jed will establish their claims an
later died in hospital U.P

ithe Court May 7, 1952
i








PAGE TWO



Carib Calling —

M* J. LOCHRIE, Cotton
Officer of Colonial Develop-

it nd Welfare Organisation,
here from his headquar- A
i Antigua on Sunday by?
B.W.1I.A- on a routine visit to
Mr, A. deK. Frampton, Agricul-
tural Adviser to the Comptroller.

He exp®@cts to be here for a
couple of- days staying at the
Marine Hotel

En Route’ To England
N

RS. E.-MARTIN, former ow n- {
Fe




arrived
ters

er of the “Cocoanut Hills
tel, Montserrat is at present in
Bz ere idos On a short visit with her
son Sidney and his wife Margaret.
Mrs, Martin who is originally from
Montserrat used to live in England
until two years ago when she re-
turned to Montserrat to take over
the hotel. She recently sold it
ard her son and daughter-in-law
10 live in Cheltenham came out
Montserrat to atcompany her
back to England.

They leave for England on Good
Friday and durimg their stay here
they are the guests of Miss Ann
Penchoen of Kent House, Christ
Church, Mrs. Martin is Miss
Penchoen’s aunt.

Barbadian Returns Home
R. EDGAR TAITT, a Barba-

dian who has been residing
the U.S.A, for many years, re-



SQ. LEADER “BILL” RAMSAY

Liaiscn Commissioner
bpd e em LEADER “BILL”
RAMSAY, recently appoint-
ed Liaison Scout Commissioner for
Barbados (between Imperial Scout

in Headquarters in London, C

s ; and this area) is once again int
turned home on Sunday evening Barbados on a short visit He is
by B.W.LA. via Puerto Rico and $ne of 'T.C.A.’s Navigation Officers
‘ntigua for two months’ holiday ang a member of their stop- oat
which he is spending with his crew which will take the T.C.A
mother Mrs. Elizabeth Taitt Of scheduled Wednesday flight back
Burke’s Village, St Joseph. to Canada tomorrow. He is a

guest at the Ocean View Hotel.

U.S. Medice Leaves

\*R. DAVID POE, formerly U.S. Engineer
4/ Professor of Columbia Uni- R. EDWARD LEAHY an en-
ity, and his wife, q Dental@i' gineer from Long _ Island.
rgeon ‘of New York, left by&New York, who had been holiday-
B.W.IA, on Sunday for Antigua4%ing in Europe, arrived here on
On their way back to the U.S.A. Sunday evening by B.W.I.A.

after spending about five weeks’
holiday here. They were staying
at the Marine Hotel.

For an Indefinite Stay
ETURNING from Grenada by
B.W.LA. on Sunday morning

where she had been on a two-week
visit was Mrs. M, Barrett of Lon-
don, England and daughter. of the
late Mr, Alfred Harewood of A.
Hubbard and Co., merehants: of
Grenada,

She has now come to continue
her holiday staying at Super Mare
Guest House where she is quite
settled and afforded every com-
fort.

Mrs. Barrett, who has visited

e island on several previous
occasions, was here since January

d will be remaining for an in-
definite stay.

from Puerto Rico for two weeks’
oliday. He is staying at the St.
@Lawrence Hotel.

Spent the Winter

R. SAMUEL E. DOANE, a re-

tired electrical engineer from
Pine Orchard, Connecticut, re-
turned to the U.S.A. on Sunday
by B.W.I.A. via Antigua after
spending the winter. He was ac-
companied by Mrs. Doane and
they were staying at the Marine
Hotel.

Paid Shert Visit
R. A, CLAYTON SMITH, Se-
nior Partner of the firm of
Messrs. Fitz Patrick Graham and
Co., Chartered- Accountants of
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, returned
home yesterday evening by

B.W.I1.A.

Mr. Smith arrived here on Sun-

<

Seccnd Birthday day by B.W.I.A. from Antigua
R. G. YVONET left on Sun- Where he had been on a business
M. day afternoon by B.W.LA. visit and spent the following day

here staying at the Windsor Hotel.

Off to Venezuela
R. THOMAS LEE of Black-
mans, St. Joseph and a for-
mer student of the Lodge School,
left on Sunday evening by
B.W.LA,. for Trinidad intransit to
Venezuela where he will join the
staff of the San Tome Oil Company
for a short period

to ride in the Union Park races in
Trinidad. He told Carib that he
was to have left earlier but he re-
mained over, to be here for his
son Francois’ Second Birthday on
April 2nd,

Francois’ cake was in the shape
of a “2” and he cut it with young
Mary Lawless who celebrated her

birthday wo » days later.



The Women ’s Editor Asks. ‘





h. Wheite: tur Baa oie a ee 7. When some unavoidable acci-

f en .two peop.e are ap- dent happens at a dinner, is
proaching the same parking it correct for a guest to offer
space on a street, which one assistance if at the moment

“ is entitled to the space? no servant is present?

2. Do the young ultra-moderns 8. What is the difference in
drop the titles | “Mr. and meaning between the two
Miss’ in making introduc- phrases appearing on wedding
tions? invitations; “Request the

q sti fab’ ; ‘ pleasure of your company"
quette? your presence”?

4. If a person insists against the 9. Are blind persons permitted
objections of others upon to fly?
playing his choice programme 10, If a_ secretary realises her
on the radio, would he be re- employer has an_ interest in
garded as a rude person? her other than_ platonic,

5. How many days does a week- should’ she encourage him
end include? just enough to keep her job,

6. Is it correct to use “and fam- or be looking for ancther?

ily on an envelope?

@ Answers on Page 3.

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3.G. Schoolmiaster

R, ERIC GRANT, J.P., head-

master of the Ituni Govern-
ment School, British Guiana, and
Mr. Winston Harper of the Agri-
cultural Department and Scour
Master of No. 25 St. James the
Less Troop are on holiday in
Barbados.

Mr. Grant is the guest of. Mrs
Deuglas Foster of Two Mile Hill,
while Mr. Harper is guest of Mrs.
Phillips of Alkins Road.

Mr. Grant returns to B.G. in a
few days’ time while Mr. Harper}
is on a longer holiday.

On Holiday
R. ALFRED MOORE, son of
the late A. B. Moore of Bank
Hall, is back in Barbados spending
a short holiday with his family.

Mr. Moore is with Alcoa and
lives at Point Fortin.

Also spending a short holiday
with the family is Mrs. Dolly
Roach widow of the late Mr. C. A.
“Buller” Roach of the City
Council,

For Trinidad Holiday
ZV EAVING for Trinidad on Sun-
day evening by B.W.I1.A.
was Miss Molly Wharton of
the Co-operative Bank. She has
gone to spend three weeks’ holi-
Â¥day with her brother and sister-
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot
},Wharton of Port-of-Spain.

Returning te Canada

A ARS. LAWRENCE E. GOMES}

of Montreal who had been |}
spending three months’ holiday in|
Antigua, arrived here on Sunday |
afternoon by B®W.I1.A. for a few |
days before returning home by the}
Alcoa Pilgrim. She was accom-
panied by her little daughter
Peter and they are staying at the
Hotel Royal.

For Easter Holidays

UITE a number of Venezue-

lans arrived here over the)
Week-end by B.W.LA. and L.A.V.
trom Caracas for the Easter holi- |
days and are staying at various |
Hotels and Guest Houses.

Among those arriving on Sunday
by LAV were Mr. and Mrs
Nouel and family from Caracas}
who are staying at the Windsor.

Mr. Nouel is General Inspector |



J.|

of Stocks of the. Public Works|

Department in Caracas. /
Spent Two Weeks
FTER spending two weeks’!
holiday here staying at the

Windsor Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. C
B. Roach and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
F. Simons of Venezuela returned
home over the week-end by L.A.V
Mr. Roach and Mr. Simons are
employed with the Shell Carib-
bean Petroleum Company.

+ *
E. A. BONCI

R

zuela, returned home last
week-end by B.W.LA.. after}
spending two weeks’ holiday}
staying at the Windsor. He was

accompanied by his wife.

Mr, Bonci is employed with the |

Venezuela Branch of the Shred-/
ded Wheat Company of Canada,

B.B.C. Radio
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TUESDAY, APRIL
1.0—7.15 pm. — 19.76m

1952
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31 32m.

4 00 pm The News, 410 pm. The
Daily Gervice, 415 pm New Records,
445 pm Sandy Macpherson, 5 00 p
Composer of the Week, 5
Nights at the O 6.00 pm
Magazine, 5 Meet The
monwealth Sports Round
3 Prog Parade, 700 pm “The
News, 710 pm. News Talk }

— 6.53m., 31.32m

7.15—10.20 p.m.





7.15 pm Rendezvous With G&

wealth Artists, 745 pm. Personal

trait, 800 pm Make Mine Country)
Style, 615 pm Radio Newsreel, 830
pm Report from Britain, 845 pm

On the Occasion of the Jewish Pass-

over, 900 pm Books T> Read, 9 i5
pm Theatre Talk, 920 pm Ray's A

Laugh, 10.00 pm The News, 10 10 p.m
From the Editorials, 1015 pm Herbert
Hodge Talking, 10 30 pm. Countries of
the Blind.



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The Shadows’ Match-Box Cart

—They Trained Two Beetles to Pull It—
By MAX TRELL

KNARF and Hanid, the ined
with the turned-about names, found
two beetles ‘and decided to tame
them for riding.

“We can sit on their backs and
make-believe they’re horses,” said
Knarf.

“I'd rather train them to pull a
cart,” said Hanid. “Then they could
take us wherever we want to go. It |
would be fun having a cart. We
could make-believe they were ponies |”
instead of horses.”

As for the beetles themselves,
they didn’t seem to be much inter-
ested in being either horses or pon-
ies. All they seemed to be interested
in waa darting off and crawling un-
der a rock.

Hairpin Fence

Knarf and Hanid put up a little
fence made of hairpins and match-
sticks. The fence went al] around the
two captive beetles so that they
couldn’t get out except through a
sort of gate made of a broken comb,
But this gate was always kept closed
except while Knarf and Hanid were
training them.

Knarf made a harness and saddle
for each of the beetles, and he and
Hanid got on their backs. It wasn’t
easy making them go to the places
where Knarf and Hanid wanted
them to go. They would scamper
along in a lively fashion down the | #nd the Robin family, and Willy
tiny path that led across the mead- | Toad, and Mr. Grumph and the rab-
ow. But every time they spied a | bits and the chipmunks all waiting
rock, they both forgot they were be- | fer them.

ing trained as make-believe horses Knarf kept a sharp lookout for all

and tried to dive under them.
: the rocks, and very carefully steered
One day Hanid found: an empty | the beetles away from them. But it |



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Chirpiec Spurrow, and the Robin dow: o the hole, d find You can make your dull,
j family, and Willy Toad, and Mr. = arf and eT — | OPENING SATURDAY, dry, hard-to-manage hair
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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952 . BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
'
S ast ; Meee ASHP DESCEND A enp-pasvenee
Answers T? CONTROVERSY OVER W.I. FEDERATION (reo non. bz. d | :
d ers o r . Lone me ¥
°. Editor’ ee : Of English Harbour Upak?’? .» 1 Mixer :
Wane Halter’ Need For Mainland --=seiav picocec & ——— Hold Meeti ar Blood :
. 4 o etin :
Questions s . PINAY PLEDGES FRENCH SUPPORT . 8 -y Helps to cleanse the system 4
Colonies To Take Pari aeimspuad LaME’ grote taced Lentasaaae 3
1, The one who has stopped first ae, first Annual General Meet-| § i :
g i » atte oO ing of the Society of the Friend = impurities in the blood m *
a aie LONDON of English Harbour was held a aches and pain : ff and 5
stances | should one “cut in A CONTROVERSY has arisen in the correspondence His lecicney the Coveres Sock | J Sunllblens” Miciage he :
alga of another who is try- columns of the London Daily Telegraph over the chances the chair. A motion was moved 3 re tle 06s Beas “ : the 8 ts a 214 assists
ing to park. of success for West Indian Federation, in view of the cost ty Sir Jamés Ray that the same : dale a Gee -
Yes, they use first names, of establishing and maintaining a Federal Government Staal tes tar coon oe . i SOO HRY OSS OCP MEN OT 17 IA wee Ise eSes
especially if those introduced and in view of the reluctance of the mainland Colonies to ve Te





this was carried unanimously. H

to

are ae to be considered take part. Excellency is patron and chair- ao
ne ae” is Se One correspondent finds it difficult to see how the man with six executive members i
ple: “Shirley, this is Jimmy , oe ; ed opp 9 oe Messrs. F. H. Warneford, Yrancis
Leach fror- Manchester. Jim- standard of living in the West Indies could be improvec Anjo, L. C. Wright, S. L. Athill.
my, this is Shirley Baxter. by adding to the existing t#irden of high taxation the cost Rowan Henry and Robertsc
Shirley lives in Liverpool.” of 8 Federal Government, which would be considerable. Ward.

If there are several in the ‘Quite apart from salaries and ———— Se See

In 1951 the Society collect
$5,311 and already for the fir
quarter of 1952 $3,500 has bec
collected through additional mem-
bership fees and donations. Afte
expenses have been taken ouf tl
society has $4,000 on hand to cor
tinue its repair programme, Ther
are a number of new Life Friends
A record day on which gate fe
amounting to $60.00 wis collects
occurred on Thursday, 20th Mar«
when the Dockyard was open
the public on the occasion of t
visiting yachts. Since then gat
receipts at a bob a nob have beer
steadily increasing and not nece

»
réten, thé one making the in- staff expenses and housing for a!l PA g ie
THIS
QUICK
EASY
WAY

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7 2 J
Ay , . this official duplication on a high- U S. “Crime Axe
Say tae ian ee Sheeran er and more expensive level,” he 7 .
a > $ ° e writes, “the travelling expenses , ul
such as: “The | felloy. over pach session of the» nagmnacons Chie G lty
there with a. black eye’ is delegates, their advisers and
David Jones. Introductions fssistants, would be heavy. Of Contempt
are often followed with hum- “While no information about
orous remarks. the cost of Federal Government NEW YORK, April 5
" . . Re is put forward, the advantage F. Costello (61) alleged Co-
. nventi s gen agree- ; . ; :
3 tiles at cic See claimed is that thereby the West Leader of the New York—Miami
basis of any custo : the Indies would be able ‘to speak “Crime Axe” was found guilty
like, oo Ps % Ration Or 'e with one voice. But to whom, or last night of Contempt of the
like, a aes ie = pry what about, is not indicated. De- United States Senale and faced
ancer ed standard, method or fence and foreign relations would a maximum sentence of 10 years
usage. be out of bounds, while, as things in prison and a 10,000 dolar fine.



on

Etiquette is a set of rules
for proper conduct to be ob-
served in social life the worid
over. The essence of eti-
quette is kindness and con-
sideration for the other per-
son. Convention change with
the times, but the basic rules
of good manners never
change.

Certainly, if others express
their preferences. For a person

are now, there is no difficulty in
making combined representations
about commercial inatters; the
recent successful sugar conference
is an exaimple.

W.I. Economy

“What, as I think, is needed is
not any new adventure but a
truce to political experiment. Let
the economies of the West Indies
have a chance to try to digest, in

The Jury deliberated six hours.
Costello, smartly dressed in a
blue suit showed no sign of emo-
tion when the Federal Court Jury
held that he was guilty on all
ten counts of the Indiciment,
charging him with contempt of
Senator Kefauver’s Miami
Committee during the hearings
here last year. Specifically, Cos-
tella was accused of refusing to
answer questions as to his net
Worth his indebtedness and his

toine Pinay assures Gen. Dwight D.
wil! fulfill “to the best of {ts ability”
The Allied Supreme Commander said he
“courtesy call” and was “delighted” at the ‘atti
, on collective security of Western nations. (International Radiophoto)



com:
ad intended his visit to be a

of the new regime

Famous U.K. Travellers



arily by tourists as local peopl

we showing enthusiasm. Las

week $66 was collected as against
585 for a whole year by the loca
Government in the past. The
Society has now been granted full
rights to handle the affairs of the
Dockyard for the next twenty-five
ears.

The Executive Committer
thought it would be a_ good
dea to ask ships of H.M. Navy if
they would undertake some small



Ment} im’ Balm
relieves Aches and Pains
so quickly that it seems
almost like ic. You
can feel its cooling,
soothing toush begin at
once to ease the painful
throb. And*Mentholatum’
is so easy to u You
just RUB IT ON. Rubit
where the Pain is and the

. ‘pair work rhen they visited in goes. That is all you have to do to bring
uiet, the ch intnn od i ie = cciese work | Wi F Pain goes. aan ; :
to force 4 radio programme a e. he recent {has hare een Politic inpluding “willium kes Harbor ae Dense: immediate relief from Aches and Pains. The
upon a group is a_ bad yniversal adult suffrage has re- ae M. : nae ry @ Sear CES Sees PAs ay we Oe © oe : yet’ Meatholatum ’ the soouer you
u sal a 5 ep ; im eo mn from sooner you get ' Me )
as to force a film upon those suited, as might have been fote Odwyer for mer Mayor and now With assistance of men ? . : ; tin tends
; : s » as ir ed § »s ass n oul n al ean 1 S. Enj Ray they repaired will get relief. Quick 0: O-Gay.
who do not wish to see it. One seen, in lessening the ability in +r S t ates Ambassador to 1 iM Enard y rey repaire ill get relic L

should .always ask _ others
what they would like to hear.

Usually a week-end lasts
from Friday afternoon before
dinner, or from Saturday
morning, until Monday morn-

different Legislatures, which is no
help at all.

“To yaige the sfandard of
living requires the injection of
new capital into the industria)
life of these islands. Prudent

Mix Trial
Kenneth M. Spence, Attorney

for Costello immediately filed a
motion for mis-trial and Judge

ST. GEORGE'S, April 3.
VISITING GRENADA this week are two famed Eng-
lish travellers of the post-war ydars, Dr. Matthew Da Fano,
medico-soldier, and Mrs. Anne Da Fano.

ihe capstons. When H.M.S. Spar-
rew was in harbour during th
First Caribbean Cruise they
mended the rails of the stairs

leading up to the Pay Master's |
juarters. In gratitude of their |

ood, work H.M.S. Devonshire and

r Sylvester Ryan has set 10 a.m. They are now on a more leisurely tour in the Carib- IMS. Sparrow have been made |
ing. people 4 not be encouraged bS.T. Tuesday for 8h bean after a station-waggon trek, starting from Belgium [fife Friends

6. An envelo eadi “Mr ay there 3 Losislghires April, 1948, across Europe, the Middle and Near East to Ut has been suggested that an-
‘ pe reading, ; may be dominated by the irre- In asking for mis-trial, Spence in April, 1948, across Furope, the Middle and Near East t« |

and Mrs. Z. X. Webb and sponsible.’ charged that < India through ninet tries

ras 4 e 2 t a New York news- rough nineteen countries. @ on page 5 |
family” is not considered cor- Following this, another corres- hn tied talked a juror into Dr, Da Fano, a son of the late iz |
rect, because it seems that pondent points out the advan- getting out of his sick bed to Pr. Corrado Da Fano, a noted; —-—~— wo ee -










the sender recognised “Mr. tages Federation will bring to the attend the final day of the trial. London histologist and first to de-

and Mrs. Webb” individually, West Indies, but asks; “Can Fed- Actually this is the second time Scribe the sleeping sickness virus, e
but the remainder of the fam- eration succeed without the par- Costello has faced these charges. Served throughout World War IT

ily only as an impersonal ticipation of all the West Indian The first ended in a mis-trial, in the R.A.M.C. and was in at the
group. However, thé words Colonies?” with the Jury deadlocked 11 to Normandy landings,





Gets the

ede Only By
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“and family” have been used one for a conviction. He now devotes his time _ to ¢ land.
so long that only fastidious Overcrowded Areas In his appearance before a travel and nature study, having an ; ¢ (Est. 1889) Slough, Eng

people consider them bad ‘et ; / Crime Committee here last year, admirable associate in his wife 1 rt out cine
taste. British Guiana and British Costello was one of its most un- who is a Fellow of the Royal m

Honduras have a vital role ‘o

7. Naturally, any guests should play in the success of Federation,
act spontanegusly to aid his this correspondent points out, He
hostess, but the majority of refers to the density of population

co-operative witnesses. Once, ne Geographical Society and_ whose
not only refused to answer but war-time service in the A.T.S. has
got up and walked out.—U.P. made her aid invaluable as &

first class driver-mechanic. She it
the guests can do just a: of Some “of, the overcrowded was "who aubbga ‘heir woeen |! faster and easier tham ANY
much by keeping occupied or islands in the Caribbean, in- “Calamity Jane,” a name which

entertaining themselves. If it cluding Jamaica, Barbados and r f Lo become familiar in headlines ss
on a pee eet oe Mun the saaieeecoteages toe ses Harr BAY 8 the British press followed their Yes, FAB — even in the hardest water — will get
ae ine poe the “upset”, ritories on the mainland. Sch. Gardenia Wy Sch. Bverdene, OU the dirtiest garments cleaner, whiter, brighter — and
. a. “Redistributién of population Sch Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Philip H = ‘The Da Fanos, after seeing som (QUICKLY too, For your daimby things or heaviest
wash—use FAB...put it on your gwocer’s ket ‘RO-DAX.

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a style that has long been in the task of any Federal Govern. rietta, Sch’ Henry D Wallace, ‘et their villa at St, Jean, Cap Ferrat,
use for wedding invitations ment to solve,” he says. “Britisn WMO" ache wote Pt France, where they live since

ing is to be Honduras is perhaps the least ARRIVALS selling their 30Q-acre Bucking-
given ee pecatise you prosperous of "a the Caribbean MV Atpeiprvak, 286 tons net, Cart, hampshire estate They intend re- SAVES money
: are to be vingees to the ee Tenant = Wcreobintat’ tite COO So ariniat Whittaker, 50 tons turning to the West Indies later BE COOL
When this form is used, it talities '

tJ ica’ net, Capt. Caesar, from ime et aa : this year for a longer stay x

means an invitation for the ‘transfer of some of Jamaica’s sur- = M.V. Daerwood, 94 tons net, Capt have not yet decided in whien
i i Wells, from St. Lucia, +21, ‘ ;

reception as well as for the plus labour to British aepeures, elle, {re et et cari, 162 tons island they will stay.

wedding, (b) The phrase for instance, would be to the ad~ jet, Capt. ‘Tromp, from St. Lucia,

“request the honour of your vantage of both territories. Schooner Lady Noeleen, 41 tons net,

sencares t ddin “Over-population in some ter- Capt. Caesar, from Dominica.

presence refers to a wedding rj i and der- latio: in Schooner United Pilgrim S., 47 tons

at the church, because you Titories and under-popu in net, Capt. Stewart

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Tuesday, April | 8, 1952

BULL’S EYE

IT IS impossible to praise too highly the |
lucid analysis presented in chapter II of
the Report of the Comptroller of Develop-
ment and Welfare in the West Indies 1951. |
The writer puts his finger on the weak- |
nesses of our’ present economic condition
and adds a doubt which has been fre-



quently expressed in this newspaper
whether the present mood of optimism re-
garding public finances is altogether

soundly based. And he says unequivocab-
ly what is true that there has been a ten-
dency to .ssume that the recent rate of
increase in avnual yields of revenue can
be maintained more or less definitely.

‘he reason for this tendency can be
tairly attributed to the great hopes which
have been unthinkingly raised in the area
by peuple from within and outside. Poli-
ticians and visionaires like Professor T. S.
Simey have encouraged people to demand
more and more social services without
stressing what should have been stressed
at the time that these services had to be
paid for by increased productivity from
the people clamouring for them. The re-
cent elections in Barbados for instance
were fought on the straight issue of the
“have-nots” taking from the “have”.

An official report of the Comptroller of
Development and Welfare could not be
expecetd to state facts so baldly but the
conclusions of the writer confirm the fears
which have been consistently expressed
by a responsible section of the community
whom it has been the stupid fashion in re-
cent years.io, regard as reactionary or
even enemies of progress. Not only does
the author of chapter II prick the false
bubble of easy optimism, but he points to
the perpetual skeleton in the West Indian
economic cupboard when he writes “in a
tropical region which is subject to the
hazards of climate and occasional earth-
quakes, prudence demands the accumula-
tion of reserves against wide variations in
revenue yields which may be due to such
natural factors as well as to market oscil-
lations”. He underscores this point by
referring to the severe hurricane which
hit Jamaica in August and to the action of
His Majesty’s Government in the United
Kingdom in providing grants and interest
free loans totalling £4.6 million, and the
supplementing of these sums by substan-
tial relief funds and private contributions.
Not only Jamaica is in this perilous con-
dition of dependence on others because of
no adequate reserves. “Most of the gov-
ernments are working on a_ negligible
margin, while some have deficits and few
have any considerable reserve funds”.

The writer also emphasises what all fin-
ancial experts have consistently empha-
sised that at present “it would not appear
to be economically desirablt to add to the
general level of taxation by import duties
or by the direct taxation. of incomes,
although no doubt there is scope for some
improvement in the collection of these
taxes”. Governments instead “should at
this stage direct fiscal policy towards cov-
ering commitments already known from
current taxation”,

That is excellent advice. Willit be taken?

This acute observer of the West Indian
economie background points another fin-
ger at an evil which is generally admitted
to be prevalent throughout the area the
lack of information which is topical and
accurate regarding the yields of revenues
from taxation. Another shrewd observa-
tion of great significance is the high figure
of expenditure on capital works provided
by Development and Welfare and other

Grants as compared with expenditure from
local revenues. He also touched on a very
sensitive and almost untouchable subject,
which is conveniently forgotten by all
governments for obvious reasons, when he
referred to import duties. These generally
form one third of the total revenues and
while the rates of duty are not unduly
high, a large part of the revenue is derived
from duties on essential foods such as flour
and the cheaper types of clothing.

No government will like the idea that
government, especially as in Barbados, a
government committed because of . the
Bushe Experiment to follow the advice of
the party with a majority in the House of
Assembly, is somehow connected with the
high cost of living. Not only would this
seem here to be political heresy but it
tends to split the effect of the prejudice
which is so effectively exploited in this
community against the unfortunate people
known under the collective term of mer-
chants.

The author of this chapter does service
to the West Indian communities and to
the British taxpayer who will eventually
have to pay for any mismanagement of our
aff:sirs when he asks whether at a time of
high prices there spould not be an attempt
to lower such dutfes on essential commo-
dities as playing a large part in the in-
creased cost of living of the poorer people”.

There is much more that is excellent in
this chapter and in other chapters of the
report. If the politicians of the area
would purchase it (price 80 cents from the

Colonial Secretary’s office Bridgetown)
and read every word until they had mas-
tered it all what an improvement would
be noticed in the standard of political de-

bates in the Assemblies and councils of |
the British Caribbean.



The People

To The Queen

an appraisal of the new fount of counsel around

with a matter which in the light of past events dominates all others. A proposition
is advanced: There should be a Master of the Queen’s Medicine



SIR CECIL WAKELEY,
President, Royal College of
Surgeons

DAME HILDA LLOYD,
President, Royal College of
Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

Should These Three Name A Man To Guard

THE Queen, on this 48th day of
her reign, has a divided House-
hold, consisting of those who have
lost their jobs because she is no
longer Princess Elizabeth, and
those who are under notice be-
cause the King is dead.

All, however, are busy.
ters are being arranged.

But they are not being rushed.
The customary six months’ notice
to officials on the death of the
Sovereign is being extended. The
Queen has said: “Let the old
team stay together until after the
Coronation. Let my former staff
lend a hand in the meantime.
Then we can sort things out.”

In the old team, from the Lord
Chamberlain to the chief clerk at
the Royal Mews, names will be
reviewed and, in some cases,

One Man...
SO it was decided, from then
who could use his

litical ends.

Mat- tem began,

ality,

cently — that one doctor has
quality of leadership.

Such a man was Lord Dawson

and performed it brilliantly.
Their Dismay

is not likely to declare.

no Monarch since 1594 has ap-
pointed a Chief Physician.

A Vital Post

THERE will be a Master o
the Horse. And, no doubt, the
Duke of Beaufort will continue
to control the equerries, pages,
grooms, stable servants, and to
supervise the royal stables, stud,
and kennels,

came serious last May.
A diagnosis is one

agree upon it.

Music; and even though the post
has become honorary rather than
executive, Sir Arnold Bax may
solemnly be reassigned.

But towards a nomination for
the vital post of “Master of the
Medicine” no steps are likely to
be taken. Members of the medi-
cal profession are deeply anxious
about this. Their anxiety may
well be shared by the _ public,
wishing health unto her Majesty.

The Queen, if she follows pre-
cedent, will appoint about 25
physicians and surgeons to the
Medical Household, All these will
be front-rank men, and they will
carry on with their normal jobs—
as eye surgeon, ear surgeon,
gynaecologist — unless they are
summoned to a royal home.

They will have equal status.
There will be no “chairman,” no
one doctor with the plain respon- bulletins were
sibility to make a difficult decis-
ion when there is disagreement. King was suffering from a growth

This, say doctors in advance, jn the lung.
will be’ a weakness in the chain Jt is not disputed that by the
of protection guarding the Queen's time Sir Clement Price Thomas
fortunes. It is a weakness rooted was calleg in to remove the King’s
in the buried and no longer rele- left lung, the right lung was also

vant past. ; affected.
Elizabeth the First had a Chief True, the King died of a heart

J : ;
ek dodo eee wit» attack, which his doctors could not

anish spy accused of trying to Possibly have foreseen. But after
eas ie Queen ye = pe Are the »peration they knew he could
name as a_ fellow-conspirator. not live many mre months be-
Lopez, on weak evidence, was cause of his lung trouble.
hanged, drawn and quartered in Now the question is being posed:
1594. ' . How can Queen Elizabeth the

operation.

cal Press, stated:

by

one meaning.

ion to remove a lung,

Question

issued,

News From Britain

“I'm ruined in Engiand” said
Ralph Slater.

Ever since the days of Dr, Mes- r
mer hypnotists have had their Jaw student, who happens to be
ups and downs. For the last ten the heir to the tribal chieftainship
years a few professional hypno- 0f a single tribe in a South African
tists have been making quite a Protectorate, to be the centre of
success in Britain. Ralph Slater, Such a clash of principle, For the
(born in Russia as Joseph Polsky, basic reason why Seretse's case is
42 years ago) was perhaps the debated at Westminster is that
best showman among the hypno- law and custom in the borough
tists. But this week at Lewes °f St. Pancras London find noth-
Assise the judge awarded dem- 198 wrong and little even incon-
ages against him, to be paid to a 8Tuous, in the marriage of Euro-
girl whom he had hypnotised on Pean and African. Yet all over
the stage four years ago. most of that Continent of Africa

The other hypnotists in the CUStom is certainly outraged, and
business are divided. One group, !â„¢ Some territories the law would
of medicai hypnotists would like @¢tually be defied by such a mar-
to see all variety performances T@8e. S¢retse Khama—the grand-
brought to an end. Another group 5°" of the great Khama who made
makes its best living from the @ treaty with Queen Victoria—is
variety shows, they have only a 4 Person of importance because
minor interest in hypnotic cures he is one of the leaders in the
or smoking etc. To my experi- “Protected” area that South Afri-
ence, most of the hypnotists are C4%S most covet, If those Protec-
experienced and cautious men. torates are a success, politically,
They know that they are playing Tacially and economically, then
with a very powerful force and British policy will be heavily
they are usually very careful to justified and South African na-
leave no damage behind. On one tionalism | successfully defied.
occasion a girl in the audience at Seretse’s inter-racial marriage set
a show given by Peter Casson re- the cat among the pigeons because
mained in a trance, He was cble ‘t is just the thing of which South
to take her out of her trance by Africans of European extraction
telephone later in the evening, ®”€ most afraid.

Probably if Ralph Slater had been
as careful no case could have been

(By, D. T. ROBERTS)

re there is a_ political
: ' background to this latest decision
brought against hih. to ban Sereste Khama from his
WIDELY DISCUSSED hereditary place. The cause is that
Now hypnotism is, of course, for nearly two years the Bamang-
being widely discussed. Doctors wato Reserve has been ‘ruled
are interested in it as a form og directly by British civil servants
semi anaesthetic in child birth but lather than through a native chief.
they usually regard it as a rather The tribe would not seek a new
dangerous form of drug as it chief while there was uncertainty
needs a great deal of skill to con; about Seretse’s future. Now he is
trol. The obvious benefits to be banned indefinitely and the Gov-
gained from the use of mild hyp- ernment’s hope is that the tribe
nosis are easy cures for too heavy Will pick upon a new chief and
smoking, or other habits. How- settle its own government without
ever it has never been shown that him.
hypnosis is an effective answer In the House of Commons the
to alcoholism, Now there is a whole incident looked as bad as
Private Members Bill before Par- possible. The suggestion that
liament that seeks to put hypno- Seretse should have a job in
tists under medical control — a Jamaica read like a bribe—and
reasonable precaution, was greeted with jeers. The Gov-

ernment was obviously discon-
SERETSE KHAMA certed by the strength of the
Seretse Khama sat_ in

the joint Labour and Liberal protest.
House of Commons .gallery: with Incidentally, it was difficult to
his hands folded watching the argue that Conservatives hac
curious drama of his life unfold. banned Seretse in order to assist
Yet another hectic Westminster the United Party in South Africa
scene. Surely it is a strange fate in its fight against

Dr. Malan’s
for this young and unassuming Nationalists extremists, At the mo-

on, to have no Chief Physician
privileged
closeness to the Monarch for po-
The committee sys-

Since doctors, however, may be
of equal skill but varying person-
it has happened—and re-

dominated his colleagues with his

of Penn, physician to King George
V. He assumed the unofficial role
of medical chief to his sovereign

NOW ‘the men who attended
King George ,VI were the equal
changed; but one appointment she 0f Lord Dawson in medical knowl-

edge; but there was no one among
This will be no precedent, for them to whom the rest looked
automatically for leadership when
concern for the King’s health be-

thing,
t and many brilliant specialists may
But a course of

- action is another thing, and the
specialists may be left undecided.
In such circumstances a man of
Lord Dawson's calibre is needed.
: And in serious ailments like the

; ung growth from which the Kin,

There will be a Master of the ‘Ms suffering, delay, imcoed. oon
be more dangerous than a decis-
ion to undertake an exhausting

The professional journal, Medi-
“It was with a
fresh sense of dismay that we
read of the uneasiness provoked
the persistence of his lung
symptoms after what appeared to
be an attack of influenza in the
spring, for this could only have

“The subsequent examinations,
culminating as they did in a decis-
i made it
only too clear that not even roy-
alty can hope for immunity from
one of the most notably increas-
ing of modern diseases, neoplasm
(malignant growth) of the lung.”

A
IN September, before any official
American
specialists were saying that the

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Close

Barbados Builds Up Flying
Fish Industry

PORT OF SPAIN, April 3

A NEW method of spotting flying fish is
being practised in Barbados. It is the analy-
sis of plankton, the minute floating animal
and plant organisms on which they feed.

This technique for increasing the catch is
described by Mr. D. W. Wiles, Barbados
Fishery Officer and a delegate to the recent
Fisheries Conference sponsored by the
Caribbean Commission, in a paper sub-
mitted to the Conference.

Mr. ‘Wiles reports that the government's
experimental boat, using a plankton indi-
eator, and relying on the evidence afforded
by examination of the gills and stomach of
freshly captured fish, was able to find pro-
fitable fishing grounds with much greater
expedition and accuracy than by traditional
methods. Mr. Wiles states:

“These results have been reported to the
Secretary of State’s Fishery Adviser, Dr.
C. F. Hickling, who considers these obser-
vations so important that it is proposed to
send out to Barbados a trained student in
plankton research to further what may be
an important link in the determination of a
profitable area in which one should fish”.

“Barbados”, wyites Mr. Wiles, “is prob-
ably the only place in the world where fly-
ing fish constitute 80 per cent. of the total
fisheries industry”. He goes on to tell of the
steps being taken by the Barbados Govern-
ment to foster the development of the flying
fish industry. He states:

FISHING EXPERIMENTS

“In October 1949 the Fishery Experimen-
tal Boat ‘Investigator’ was launched and has
been engaged in carrying out experiments
at sea. Among the equipment of this boat
is a Bendix Supersonic Depth Recorder and
a plankton indicator. Experiments with this
boat have been carried out on new methods
of fishing with special attention to the appli-
cation of the gill net for the capture of fly-
ing fish.

“Many spectacular catches have been
made by the Research boat which uses three
gill nets of small sizes (two at 15 yards each,
and one at 30 yards).

“With these three nets, the Research boat
has taken as many as 9,000 flying fish in six
to seven hours fishing time, while our best
single haul on a good day has been 1,005 fish
in one 30 yard net, taken in 35 minutes.

“I am happy to report that the local fish-
erman has at last realised the value of these
nets, and many boats are using gill nets as
from 1951. After it was realised that the
interest of the local fisherman had been
aroused in the gill net method of capturing
flying fish, another type of net was intro-
duced to the industry. This net is much
larger, viz. 50 yards long with a depth of 24
feet. One end of this net is put over into
the water and allowed to drift windward of
the drifting boat. The far end is then
hauled back to the boat by a side rope, there-
by forming a horse-shoe shape. The lead-
line is afterwards closed by hauling a free
repe running through the leaded rings of
the leadline.

“This net has been most successful. On
the very first occasion that it was used, it
captured 1,040 fish at the first haul—some-
thing over 300 lbs. of fish taken in 15—20
minutes. After clearing the net on the deck.
it was launched again, and on this occasion
1,567 fish were netted in 15—18 minutes.
Two further hauls were made, bringing the
day’s total catch to over 6,000 fish.

“FIRST OCCASION

“I think I am correct in saying that this
is the first occasion on which flying fish have
ever been encircled, and that the introduc-
tion of this net can be credited to the Bar!
bados Fishery Experimental Station”.

A loan scheme also plays an important
part in the government’s programme to de-










































the Throne . , , beginning

SIR WALTER RUSSELL BRAIN,
President, Royal College of
Phy ns s

The Queen's Health ?

Second, in the calm of sound
health, find a second Dawson ol
Penn?

Hit-or-Miss?

IT is suggested that the hit-or-
miss method of previous Monarchs
shoulq be abandoned. They have
chosen their doctors much as any
private patient makes his choice—
by the recommendation of ¢
relative or friend. And when they
felt ill they behaved like anyone
else and sent for the doctor they
liked most.

On this favoured doctor, not
necessarily the best-qualified man
available, the’ Monarch would rely
to call in further help if the
trouble looked serious. When the
King felt better he could dismiss
his doctors — even against their
advice, ,

Does this explain why there was
no doctor at hand when the King
died in the night at Sandringham?

They await—

THE Queen's heaith, robust now,
will be at all times the deep con-
cern of her people. Some one
person, it is now argued, should
be held responsible for its care.
For the political argument agains:
having a Chief Physician is non-
sense in the 20th century.

If the Queen relies on the advice
of family or friends she must, ot
necessity, limit her choice. She
has no need. Available for con-
sultation are the “Three Presi-
dents”—Sir Walter Russell Brain,
of the Royal College of Physicians;
Sir Cecil Wakeley, of the Roya!
College of Surgeons; and Dame
Hilda Lloyd, .f the Royal College
of Obstetricians and Gynaeco-
logists,

These three, to be sure, could
select a genera] practitioner of a
standing to command the respect
of specialists. He would have, it
is hoped, a strength of character
to win the position, if not the title
of “Master of the Queen's
Medicine.”

He could be a second Lord
Dawson of Penn. He could earn
the nation’s gratitude.

FROM this focus on one

aspect of the Queen’s House-

hold, on to consider all those
who stand on the steps of the

Throne, and who can be con-

sulted in emergency or crisis.

To asses their potentialities,
it is first necessary ‘to see
how far the Queen herself
can influence the course of
political and economic events
in this her Realm,

When we know that, we
can, with a more understand-
ing eye, estimate the qualities
of her advisers. —L.E.S.

ment Dr, Malan could hardly be
less popular in Britain and the
chances of the United Party seem
to be increasing rapidly.

COMRADES SLIP UP

I see the British Daily Worker
had a scoop recently, The Com-
munists’ daily newspaper print-
ed a photograph of a “shoulder
flash” inscribed U.S.S.R. On this
they based a campaign. Said the
comrades, America and Britain
are organising an army of riff-

relt fet. the sayeaton of Russia.|Velop the fishing industry in Barbados, To
e aily Worker — gleefully i :
called it the “Traitors Flash”, | Wote Mr. Wiles :
A Labour M.P. who is rather By the end of December 1951, a total of

moreâ„¢gullible than the rest be-
lieves the Daily Worker, finally
followed up the comrade’s cam-
paign and asked a_ question of
the Secretary of War about this
villainous “shoulder flash”, The
answer was smooth and easy. A
supply of shoulder flashes had
been manufactured during the

$152,134 had been granted by the Legisla-
ture for the Loan Scheme. Of this amount,
$50,494 had been granted under the Esti-
mates 1949-50, 1950-51 and 1951-52 to form a
Revolving Fund from which all the Loan
(Scheme’s future ‘activities will operate. A

last war for wear by the citi-
sine’ of dian Walon it tareiat toe recent grant of $10,000 has been made to
cialist Republic, who happened|Supplement the Revolving Fund.

to be serving with His Majesty’s
Forces. After the war the re-
maining supply were pulped, said
the War Secretary. “avn

After that the Daily Worker
should be pulped too,

SUSPENDED MLP.

_ Bessie Braddock, the volum-
inous red girl from Merseyside,
has_ achieved the doubtful dis-
tinction of being the first woman
M.P. to be suspended. She just
stood up and refused to sit down,
declaring that the Chair had de-
liberately overlooked her and had
not allowed her an opportunity
to speak during the all-night
debate, on unemployment in
Lancashire. Morning had come
and a good many tempers were
getting rather thin when the
Speaker was called from _ his
breakfast to put on his silk hose
and buckled shoes to sit in sol-
emn judgment and call upon Mrs.
Braddock to withdraw for her
defiance of the Chair. She with-
drew with protests, and a kind
of cheery bounce. Mrs. Braddock,
since she was first described by
the then Quinton Hogg, as his
pin-up girl, has made quite a
reputation for herself as the
noisiest and most raucous women
M.P. of her time. Being suspend-
ed is no great punishment—and
I doubt whether Bessie Braddock
even minds the publicity. Row-
diness can be its own reward,

“At the end of December, 1951, the Loan
Scheme had issued over 1,140 loans to fish-
ermen and boat-owners, involving a total of
$113,701.31. During this period, the fishing
fleet was increased from 312 flying fish boats
to a total of 611. This number has since
been reduced, and, on the night of Decem-
ber 2—3, 1951, rough seas damaged 43 boats
and completely destroyed 40 others. Repay-
ments on loans to the end of December, 1951,
amotinted to $66,831.25”.

Atomic Information

~ OTTAWA, Canada, April. 7.

THE United States and Britain disclosed
secrets today which will allow more scien-
tists to delve into the mysteries of atomic
energy. Trade Minister C. D. Howe, an-
nounced that the new atomic information is
being made public under the revision of the
“declassification ' guide” used by three
nations to determine what atomic energy
information held jointly should be published
and what should remain secret. The new
information disclosed no secrets on the use
of atomic energy. for weapons or power but
involved data on nuclear properties of the
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SCRAP IRON DEALER GETS TWO YEARS

Fittings

“WENTY-TWO-YEAR-

Received

OLD Rudolph Howell, scrap

iron dealer of Tweedside Road, was yesterday sentenced

$400 Worth Of Brass ‘oRiskANY HEADS To SEA AGAIN”

ee ee

_sgout_ Movement

BOB-A-JOB» WEEK

One ef the principles of the Boy
is that the boy
sNould be made to realise at an
early age that money «should be
earned and not solicited—to learn

fences, Washing up, Chopping and !

sawing wood, Burning rubbish
cleaning windows, beating carpets,
painting, repairing furniture
mending toys, teaching a child



to



FOR LINOLEUM
WOOD FLOORS
AND FURNITURE

- joy of reward thro')gh honest ride a bicycle, whitewashing poul-
to two years’ imprisonment with hard labour by His Lord- ur, said the Scout Commis- try and cow sheds; aiing in, floor
shi y he : : ym o/ ‘ k Oher in a recent broadcast. scrubbing, path making, watering
ship, _ Chief Justice, Sir Allan Coll nee when a jury During the next week many, if plants salvaging bottles sharpen-
found him guilty of receiving $402.40 worth of brass fit-_ Not all of you who are listening ing tools.

j tings, between October 26 and 29 last year, knowing them now to me, will receive a letter For Lady Cubmasters: Reading
to have been stolen.

The fittings were stolen from Cliff



soliciting your co-operation in the

to aged people, helping with spring

y eft: the Boy Scout Association cleaning, wool winding polishing IEN io WAX
sere a d on ne will be making G@uring the week furniture and floors, darning, re- ai
tn r be boy San eommencing i4th April—Bob-a- pairing garments, ironing, making
igen eres utergnee ang dg nye nee . . 9 Job Week articles for sale.
a verdict of not guilty on the first Fishing Boats :

—building breaking and larceny.

Why is This Letter Being

For Rovers and Scouters: All



POLIS

. suitable jobs ¢ y ad, re-
S tute tien a : Addressed to You? suitable jobs above mentioned, re-
with 20-year-old Oswald Small of Keels Laid 4 Briefly it is this. The Associa- lessons, repairing and painting
Venture, * John, who pleaded i = , ae oi a oe garden chairs, mending window
fuilty to three offences, one of . Scous and Cup should GO A JOO Ol sashes, etc, etc
| which he was associated with a rin Mesis of six of the new Wath 19th’ Arcell, 1082" for which A aR aes
j iow hi & th April, 1952, : ;
Howell and all of which were grounds of the Fisheries Office. he ill receive payment. The £10 F 1 > * aia Va eon eh@l uit)
concerned with factory breaking My, pb. w. Wiles, Fisheries Officer Boney thus caved Cline ead or Larceny
and larceny of metal. He was told the Advocate esterday that art ys help: She ade at, duck i
sentenced to 18 months’ imprison- they ro now aati the aes G “an Sty 7 nd nartle to sania His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith,
ment for each offence, the sen- of wood from Britich Honduras mént He ida here General Fund 4¢ting Police Magistrate of Dis
tences to run concurrently. for deadwood and transoms Ww h is now uncomfortably small, tct “D", yesterday fined ¢ lement
Mr. W. W. Reece QC. Solicitor However, work is progressing Scouts : axerbert.. of. Walk: Spring, :. 5
General, prosecuted for the rapidly and by the time this wood ‘nd ./ Cube Thomas £10 and 3 . costs for
Crown. ~Howell was unrepre- arrives, the frames of nearly a will ap- a en ey 7 Sh me &
sented. dozen boats would have been proach you aa ‘ ’
The case against Howell was constructed. Mr. Wiles said that offering Tear Pi

26 and 29, stole the $402.40 worth deadwood until the wood arrives will be in uvbert ane Coane dm waght
of brass fittings and feols and from British Honduras. Uniform on December 24 and while they
sold them to Laurie Marshall, a ee workshop has a good sup- and will were on ‘the ground struggling |
Registered metal dealer, of greenheart keels. N r carry an orbe ok vateh and strap
Howell's ae ‘on a denial men pr canleven sawing “ered THE NAVY'S NEWEST and fourth largest aircraft carrier, the Oriskany, Official job Ks a th . ‘tt it nat . ves be 1 pont
i that he helped with the stealing trunks into timber size but two heads out to sea from the Navy Yard in Brooklyn, N, Y. The huge flat- Card. On Scone oe a aat of ‘Cadogan an |
i end the plea that he had inno- @Te now making sails for the new top spent five months on duty in the Mediterranean last year, Her this, card Sacer, z ict se
| cently got the brass filtings from boats. _ é ) present destination was not officially announced, (International) you ars :
i Smell whom he called to give _Recénitly one “workshop was acon Me

nature of Broad St.
‘
| stiiiae tied 4 gue greenteart teat ne LaDOULer Gets 2 Years Bi & wrx aoe ana me ff Get your )
| His Lordship told Howell before the construction of the boats yes- CUS You. pele. Hharetar,
i he sentenced him that it was clear teTday said that they appeared to Correcting a statement in Pri-



that Small and he broke into
Cliff Plantation between October

evidence for him.

that Howell’s had been the master
mind in the matter and he had

he will probably use mahogany
for transoms and greenheart for

extended so as to accommodate
the long greenheart keels.

be much better than the old boats.
His main worry is however a cold
storage plant.





For House Breaking

their _ ser-
vices. They



enter the

day's Advocate to the effect that
the price is fixed I must state that
this is not so. It is true that the

i :

induced Small to come and lie bn ; od f - . itle ae 3 suggests » pay-
: his behalf. . Before sentencing’ to seth nis matt a3 Pity to have HIS LORDSHIP the Acting Puisne Judge Mr. Justice [hie POPS TSE jussests, the pay
i Small, he told him he had to ang a cent han trace Sy oat. G. L. Taylor at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday ever, must be regarded as the
i take into account his pleading r ;

guilty, but he was at a loss to

He hopes that the Government
will soon erect cold storage plants





sentenced 24-year-old labourer Keith Walrond alias “Lim-

olene”, of Nelson Street, St.

minimum that should be paid for
a job, but you are asked to pay

ul-
rontts’

The fine is to be paid by ins
ments or in default two













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Michael, to two years’ impris- ; yy TO-DAY FROM
s yhy he should come to the a+ i : os : whatever think the b is
Saute then cans a the iwry wane the various fish market centres. onment with hard labour after an Assize Jury found him worth “sans pamenibaelsn “tnat
i tirely false evidence for Howell. s ~% / guilty of breaking and entering the house of Edward purpose for which the Scout or WEATHERHEAD'S
Evidence was first taken from’ t. John’s Round-Up Browne and stealing articles valued at $68.42. Cub is working. He is not ex- e
Reuben Ross, the Manager of Cliff persia

Plantation, St. John, He said

Lecture On

The offence was committed on

pected to place any value on the

|

re. ay OF - ’ " job you want him to do, The per- Choe, Eggs 3 sizes, eh :
that on October 26 he closed the ius e Solicitor Ganant Societ Of Frietids son for whom he is working must 1/6, 3/-, 8/- Our Trial Quantity sold out in a week
factory, leaving everything secure “Th Ti k 99 appeared for. the Crown ‘ while Ly aut do this. : 7 : Marzipan Egg in Cup, 1/6 but a more appreciable shipment has
und when he opened it on the e 4ur ry Walrond was not represented. @ from page 3 i ae hg a eis a eae 2 en Egg, 200. just been received.
30th and went into the store Walrond appeared before the ° Job during this our first Bob-a-Job astic Egg with Fry's

room, he noticed a saw in a posi-

Mr, H. RISLEY TUCKER, local

Court on a two-count indictment.

nual celebrations will be held at

Week?

Choc.—6/-

tion in which it was not usually ae Council representative, On the first count—the one on Bnglish Harbour and yachts will | The Boy Scout Headquarters, honne oe Egg containing THE PRICE iS UNALTERED —
placed. He also noticed some hets SD ins Be John's Gulenel which he was found guilty—he be invited to rally there during 4 telephone’ No, 4653, will be Late Card Soy ‘edudatuta

window bars broken and on A * was charged with breaking and special period. ‘ en daily “ “ Monday eS, P ng

further search found a quantity and Literary Club next Thursday entering the house of Edward Admiral Sir Eric Fulerton, R.N., fsom 10-00 en to 6.00 pam SUsared Almonds = 8/9 ONLY + PER BOTTLE
of brass fittings gad scme engin- Seater a Ne ae a Browne, On the second count he (retired) has suggested that efforts when you may engage the services an ae pag pere

eer’s tools missifg. He reported gins at 7 Dak i. ee sede ie was — charged with receiving a should be made to form a yacht of one or more Scouts for jobs ee

the matter to the Police.
Later the police who had been

Turkey.”

SOME ARTISTS visited St.

which was _ stolen
November 25,

cigarette case
sometime between

club as he considers English Har-
bour an admirable spot to encour-

The time and place and the nature
of the job should be advised and

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large

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: : soit é 1951, and December 8, 1951, age boating. se Scout -Setenedte ax: tha: chs Child’s Porridge Bow) with
carrying out investigations, took John’s Parish Church during the poli dae ta . ; : are , the Scout or Scouts as the cast Choc. Egg — 2/9 ~
; ; . ‘olice Constable Emerson How- Mr. Sharp, Resident Tutor of j..\ \ : c sa ines . . Egg 2
aan aes Eee ma se ae ae ang painted scen- ard—keeper of the criminal re- the Extra Mural Department, aa 7 “peter hati oe the nine weuty ns asses GUARANTEED TO OUT-SHINE
uck Street, who deals in metal erie$ from the site. The artists cords— : a U.C.W.L., said he hoped it would TeP° os dae sBnc- Pode with Choc. Egg — 2/9
and there he identified to the who set up their easels shortly et gg ls cect A a Bho . eras Thast 4.4 ture of the job may well require

police the brass fittings among
some other old metal.

after 10 a.m. on Saturday and





accused had seven previous con-
victions for stealing and on the

not be long before at least a row
boat would be available for visi-

clothes other than uniform as well
as his having tools may be neces-





Sugar Bowl with Choe,
Egg — 3/-

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took them down three hours later, last conviction he was sentenced tors to use because when he visited hare Ware Tumblers with Choc. t
Search Warrant painted scenes of the Church, and to 12 months’ imprisonment. with the Dockyard during the celebra> "vii. ac already stated is the first Ese — 2/6 ; v POLISH YOU EVER USED

A search warrant was carried the East Coast. hard labour for stealing clothing. tions recently, although he was hot | niire of its kind undertaken lo- Cadburys Roses Choc. 4 tb, \ .
out by Cpl. Clyde Nurse and he a seafaring person he felt he would =~ i Hob-atJob Week was start- & 1-lb. tins
‘ : ‘ , i i 2 IDWAAS Servicer Coc pa Cadburys Hard Centre Choc } ese Lanes Anish. i 4
in evidenc® told the Court that “Lady Rode a Will seh Witnanses Called i like te mare, been able to view ed in England four years ago. and . ¥ Sg entre Choc, It gives a glass-hard finish impervious to

i : , e prosecution ca .on three area from the sea, a Canon an aChHnuad to be » 1-Ib. ting one’s RY BE, Da eo a :
ie togk avy eee aS y , y ot witnesses to prove its case Misg W. Wainright, Headmis- â„¢ Me Sage and b is continued to e Cadburys Selected | Choo, torrential rain, b lister ing sun and
rar ‘These whee the property Arrive Saturda against the accused, The defence tress of the Antigua Girl’s High oe tan “and Trinidad quite en 4 & 1-tb. tins corrosive salt air and the Silicone finish
of Hilman Rice, an engineer of : also called on three witnesses. School oxheanet pe eee ange cvitly and was a success. I see no wee Rony Tray Choe. preserves its hard gleaming lustre for
“Li Nema tiAde © 3 ; i ;, The Court heard how on_ the ciation on behalf of the Sea Ring~ te wh should not be a suc- } & 1-1. tins mor .
pS! ee Rice identified The R.M.S. Lady Rodney iS hight of November 25, Sgt. Scott ers who have been greatly inspired resp vlan He aes not be a suc Caditutys Chao’ Blekulis onths
them to the: Helice atthe Ume expected to arrive at Barbados on «, the accused go into a house by the recent nautical activities v4 os ar stresse é (Bournville) ®
and again in court yesterday, Saturday morning with about 600 oacupled ‘by a man named Skin- and who hope to have a boat some _ Itt is pre ng 1 ae : ae Pubcalte Staesiohs hows
ese 5 £ « i 7 § - . s no reques or job shoul 2 ace : ‘ - 5 | ‘ " pe ‘Tes b . ib

- ee oe. “— ae left Wien Se ees, Troe a ner after Browne had made a day. sing of the ceded to if the applicant is not in 3/6 tin “AUTOBRITE Cleans, Polishes and Pro-
few 1 en : 1. Wien 1a through. the ‘British Ssorthern report saying that his house was Finally, at the closing Fuler. uniform and has not the official Pascalls Marshmallows tects in half the time with half the labour.
that Sital) ad re eens Talos ls aa " broken, Sgt. Scott tried to arrest meeting a We onan de for Job Card. This is essential in or- ‘ oie }

é a ac é y * ; accus t sca 4 ton hankec is Excelienc a oll a ¢ , ssi "ascalls Barley Sugar 2/9 jar ‘
them had stolen the brass fittings. Pe this trip, the Lady Rodney “Sone ae the “Police that the splendid work and_ personal poly a il attempts by possible Pascalls Orchid Frait 2/9 Sar | we Just Spread It On and Wipe It O—
Howell and Small acecmpanied will ‘not be lesving port the sam® the accused saw him when he interest he had taken in the 1 am sure you will do your best Pascalls Mixed Fruit Drops }))| that’s all!
Cpl. Nurse to Marshall’s where 4@y of her arrival. She is expect- left his house on the night of cruise. to help us earn the money we 80 2/9 jar
oe on a th ee bwin. oes eee or Betia Gules November , 25 and enquired of —._ ——___— urgently need if our great boys’ Toffee in Decorated tins 2/- e
they s 7 t i ; . eer Hid cow é i ve rg atic s » ¢ ressive S Ped s i . 8/6 mp ; : NT ow
pret a ryt hiad oe Ww. on via St. Vincent, Grenada and him (Browne) what time he ,ATHELBROOK TAKES organisati yn is to be a progressive Eaues Peanuts in Bots. 3/6 OBTAINABLE ONLY AT:

ey ha rst hidden the bags o: Trinidad. Th tual d th would be returning to his house. TO T’DAD Movement Black Magic Choc,
fittings between twp fields of jeaving port wae mat gig yugt When Browne returned he found MOLASSES Jobs For All 1%, Ib. Box 4.50 Hard St
canes, “a window broken and articles . tens “leant Brass | ardware otore

Melvin Weekes a foreman en- bag R i i which were stored in a valise The molasses tanker a. nants sit ee enoteing re HARRISON'S
ginger of Cliff Factory and Hilman ¢9 1y ly Rodney is consigned elonging to a man named Bap- cleared port yesterday afternos oO se aistace pie deliveries Tel. 2364.
Rice an engineer, corroborated, Sinities: Gardiner Austin & Co., tiste missing. with a load of vacuum tes) iis washing fe Pm .
Reuben Ross, the manager’s evi- . _On December 9, 1951, the Po- molasses for Trinidad. She arrive 9 pai “Weeding, Lawn i
ae ’ Lee irene ene aN mi ae ni oer use of mgwing, Planting out, Clipping

Laurie Marshall also gave evi- made a statement. reffic was deniec le ust f zg, g
Gence. He said that Howell po ae Car Overturns One witness for the defence the Chamberlain Bridge for some | |
to sell him some old metal and VICTO . said that he gave the accused a minutes while the Athelbrook was} ;
asked him to allow his van to go CTOR MOTTLEY of Surinam, cigarette case one day in Swan leaving the molasses berth in the}
to St. John for it. He sent his ~ aro ane injury last Street and identified the one inner basin of the Careenage sea-|
van driver, accompanied by Small Which ha eee ees ae showed. to him in Court = bs ae eee ok is consigned to)
and Howell to St. John for the eo Crveng overturned one he gave to the accused on The rig Peiagrer ea ee al “Rio Grande” Biscuits 1/-
brass fittings oy one t * 23 Joseph's Parish that day. Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co.,, Ltd. tin

= me urch a .23 a.m. ,

The last witness was Arthur
Clarke, Marshall’s van driver,
who said that he had driven Small
and Howell to St. John for the
metal and they had taken the bags
of metal from a spot between two
fields of canes.

The car O—70, owned by Joseph
Branch of Surinam which was
proceeding in the direction of Joes
River Sugar Factory, was slightly
damaized. The car turned in the
opposite direction during the in-

Summing Up

Summing up to the jury, His
Lordship Mr, Justice Taylor told
them that the counts in the in-
dictment were alternative; so if

ACCIDENT AT
VAUCLUSE

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Leroy Harper of Porey Spring,

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cident and came to rest on the they convict on the first count St, Thomas, and L. Francis of | Mars Bars — l6c.

Howell called Small to give right side. After the driver they had no need to look at the Hillaby, St. Andrew, were injured | \ ‘ r .
evidence to prove that he had no escaped through the left ide, second count. ‘They had to be yesterday when they fell off the | Ki Reduced After Stock-Taking
hand in the actual stealing. Small vesidents of the area helped to put satisfied that the,accused was the motor lorry T—246 along Vau- } e
told the Court that he (Small) the car back on its wheels. person who broke into the house cluse Road. They were taken to

|

had stolen the brass and gone to

{
; rm" vein ypes available . eruits aa LIPSTICK . : Usually 5/- NOW 3/6
, e followi , They had the evidence of Ed- The lorry was driven by Miltor types availab’ CRACKERS
at Howell Bs eens a aa 40]- FOR STEALING EGGS ward Srowne who said that a Harper of ‘Porey ‘Spring. woe x . LIPBRUSH ROUGE » 5/- » 8/-
the metal and Howell negotiated Orfield Estwick : Rock Hall vernon ie ts d From 727 5/- per Tin Night and Day LIP-FASHION PENCILS—two colours in one
, , - e wick o c all, In contemplating the secon : ial aw B/. ;
the rat, hall who sent his van for St. ‘Thomas, was ordered to pa¥ count they also had to be satis- CANE FIRE AT LEARS ||| to about $9.00 ||| —_—— Pencil. Usually 8/- NOW 5/-
gg so tteq @ fine of 40/- and 2/- costs yes- fied that the article was stolen LIP-FASHION PENCILS, Usually 5/6. NOW 3/9
that Peg gers he admitted terday when: His Worship Mr. C. and that the accused, knowing it One and a half acres of second Call TODAY at your Bruce Weatherhead Ltd. Nine. glorious Shades to choose:from.
the Police that Ho: entero ‘ B. Griffith, Acting Police Magis: was stolen, received it. The ac~ ctop ripe canes were burnt when | JEWELLERS e
inthe ctolent Bowell and he had’ trate of District “D" found her cused was found with a cigar- a fire occurred at Lears Planta- | . Head of Broad Street Tak vant this Golden Opportunity !
ot stolen the brass fittings. guilty of stealing four fowl eggs ette case and this case was iden- tion, St. George, over the week- | oF Take advantage of this Golden Opp y!
e added that this statement had from Estheline Reid. tified as the property of James end. The fire was put out by - & De LIMA SELLING AGENTS FOR 2
been taken under duress, ; Reid told the court that she Baptiste, f the manager, overseer and meal .
After about 20 minutes’ deliber- saw Estwick go into her house on After 2 short deliberation the ourers. & co LTD. Zz “a ~ Phoenix Pharmacy
ation, the jury found Howell guilty April 2 and sometime after missed jury then returned a verdict of | The canes are the property of | ud BOOTS DRUGS ‘
on the second count, receiving the eggs. She then reported the guilty of housebreaking and lar- Applewhaites Ltd. and were in-| 20 Broad Street. )
stolen goods, aan, sured, .





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VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS in ELYIE SPORT SHIRTS, CONSULATE SHIRTS with | BIDDYS ASPARAGUS SOUP—per Tin -33 30
Era cellaand sick, wuk atten bine, gear inveclt colours of was MARRVLA STUPID OLNGS per Sar) 148 188

arate co an ours of cream, blue, grey in se ° | : ane par many Ee f .
izes . Si } MARRELA PLAIN OLIVES—per Jar 1.08 .96
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piped collars, in shades of SO - sbccanen .. $8.46 Te Areas $7.35 Cc. each ; 4 LLS DRIED MIN‘ per Bot. 39
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Pere Nee | GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Public Official Sale





FOR RENT



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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1952

!

be OFFICIAL NOTICE

} BARBADOS.























areenenetnes IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY-
TELEPHONE 2508 So in pursuance of the Chancery Act 1936, I do hereby give notice to all persons
—————_—__—- ---- _—— ~ poten BEACH COTTAGE on St. gyn gg (The Provost Marshal's Act 1904 having or claiming any estate right or interest to any lien or encumbrances in
" KS FOR SALE | pertect sccenen — a Ges Cis0t=@) 30). é Sea] ATTENTION is drawn to tne Control of Prices (Defence) | er affecting the property hereinafjer mentioned ithe Property of the detenc nt)
vices su mal . c ay 1 . : . : 7 t i im account co; heir claims wi nesses
THANK: . Telephone Suitable married couple,| ., tne het ot 3 hres ak pi (Amendment) Order, 1952, No. 9 which will be published in the Offi- voucteite at Toants ed by me on any Tuesday or Friday between the hours of
j in afternoon 0
Se { wine — —- | ‘$25.00) per day American Plan for two/ wis be sold at my office to the highest | cial Gazette of Monday 7th April, 1952. 12 noon and 3 o'clock im the afternoon at the Registration Office, Public Build ngs.
Pers — y j eople. omer ees cies, Mi a = bidder for any sum not under the ap4| - 5 Bridgetown before ms awh day of May ‘ 1982, im area that such claims
S - | ho 57 52—t.f.n. value. : + on repo ~ accordi @ the natu nd priority ereof re~
" ie AUTOMOTIVE ae OrAil thet aestedn piece of Land (formerly | 2 Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | Spabtively therein wah caren will be prectaded from the benefits of any decree
; ‘ x as ain MOS aan tee aadememe part of 190.996 so ft.) containing by| prices of “Pork-Salted”, “Lard—Locally Manufactured”, “Margarine , and be deprived of Set inline Son or against the sald property
ed AUSTIN VAN—One @) 10 ur a For further particulars. Apply to Alma Resnuaive of Mie ont? pabieaey te eete| (a) Cooking (b) Table (Glow-spread in prints)”, “Meat—Fresh and DEPENDANT: NATHANIEL PILGRIM 4 of land siucte @
t nt . - ~“ J a n ood working order. Phop : ey N Coral Sands, Worthing. ’ on: — ” “Oi » as Rita ; ¥ ALL THAT certan piece or parcel o! ad situate a
of Jonathan Burke G wa ge MS oo ud +f Lashley No. 6 Pe of pede oneetw at Goodland in =| Frozen: —Beef (a) and (b)” and “Qil (Edible)” are as follows: — vee ae: ger Sie te parish of Saint Michael and Island aforesaid
land, § *hilip. . = .8.50—t.f.n. . Michael butting and - | : t od twenty-seven perches or thereabouts but-
Margaret Ann Burke and ree s _ $$$ $$ - —_~ OFFICE BUILDING At “Brigade sen ee = Za pes OF we | , | ee OP To Cutie ba larids of one Arthur, deceased, on lands of one
elem | CAR: OGM Pat, Bem wi Bed oe does, Flouse,” facing Garrison savannah, POW} over witch the public is allowed to pass, ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE | Corbin on lands of L. Cadogan and on m Brtinic Reed of Reweree alse tbe gees
GIBSON: We the undersigned beg ne in first class condition: Me p2—an [occupied by Dr. Geireet, Dial 26st. {the West on janids of one 2. Holmes. (not more than) (not more than) | may abut abighton Raat te tue perish of Saint M chael and Island of Barbados
r eae ranks all those who E. Clarke, 7 Swan Stree - z and en the North on 4 private road to- | ] land situate « ir or B ’ aa 2 r there-
eae furs ent ent . Morris 8 Car. Good {Or 3020 54.2-4n- | gether with the messuege or Dwelling- | PORK— Salted: — | aforegaid containing Dy asepertienes went he oo Hinge “or Blanche
or fm apy other way sympathised | |‘ A Okt About 30,000 miles. S7Oh00 RESTAWILE— Gibb’s Beach, St Seen Senge. es eras Ge) New Neck j foo a aos oP issamets os lands of Martha Bowen and on°a public road
, u ur Te bereavement ition. . 5 LC f a . s — : ens on ids or
with Dot ee Ot Bye Gib- | hone 2031 #82! peter, for months June—July, Oct. The whole property appraised to ONE | Ribs, . -. | $57.75 per tre. of not or however else the samie may abut and pomnd testes roaches oe:
son aig of Carters’ St. John “CART Ford Atwils Ts poriect Gonditie,. | Dee. 1962 Phone ami,” 24.982. THOUSAND FivE HUNDRED DOLLARS | less than 336 Ibs. or @wellinghouse and all and singular other the butldings «
Raymond Gibson (Husband), Marjorie,| “E. N. Roach, Cluffs Plantation, |———-——_- ° ——>> | ($1,500.00) $32.38 per bri. of! Bll filed: 12 November 1951
Vaneth, Elaine (Daughters) non} Spply E. 2 ee: fot ‘ Ww Attached from Martin Beresford Stewart ot th 192 Ibs. Dated: We. Maret, ~ 1952, H. WILLIAMS,
Darcy, Frafik iSons) 84 lr j Lucy, or ” 8.4.52—3n for and towards satisfaction, &c. not sess than a Registrar-in-Chancery.
‘ i aiactnwmehtiniee | Tea ee ———_—_—_—_--— N.B--25% Deposit to be paid on day of or Ie. Ib. in lots 20e tb , 11.4.52-——8n
IN MEMORIAM "ARS Hillman: new 1952 model. never HELP purchase é' =, ‘manor iby’ Beas oe ess than 25/ » Per lb, |
ed; also 1951 Hillman Estate ‘ a — "o : “ * “* “* oe ee oe! -
497 Home, 4917 Office: Greenidge. ASSISTANT MANAGER — Moniserfat] | 9) Provost “Sinrshal. $70.45 tre. of not \<
ee ne tent St oe bee co Aealctant: Ban ont neoteaae man-| 2ist March, 1952. “Tess than 336 Ibs. or | T CES
Edna, ass w April eg ssistan anager. , . j
a art passed away on Ap | CAR-—Austin A-40 Car. Done only) -vement livestock essential, also ability 22.3.62—2n | $39.50 per bri. of not SHIPPIN
‘A faith more fixed, a rapture|7,000 miles. Dial 4161-2910. T. 3 |t> manage cotton lime estates, Howse nee an less than 192 lbs, or, ow. e
more divine, Davis 5.4 . Po: egg tare fl ag so or pieeecnte NOTICE (ec) Riblets ae. Fl Ib. in oy, ct| es oe 2), 7 fee So ac ee a
Shall gild their passage to eternal | — salary required to ¢ : re Bstate o Ribs, .f , AUSTRALI“,
“ Fat? | CARS—One 1947 Mercury Car, perfect] Montserrat, B.W.1 3.4.52—6n, CHARLES ORMOND KNIGHT Spate ” winna °° '?9 than s. | | MONTREA\D LINE LIMITED. 2 othe MV. “CACIQUE DEL
The Herberts, St. James condition. One Pluid Drive Dodge Car.J 0 0° Deceased. Jowls, Shouts, Scalps, | ; (M.A.N.Z. LINE) % CARIBE” will accept Cargo and
8.4.52—in | Apply to Cosmopolitan Garage, Maga-| COOK and a MAID Apply: Mrs . PS, “TEKOA” 1s scheduled to sail Passengers for St. Lucia, Grenada
—-——-—-— mine “Lane Phone apre. kaey Ryton, STi Sey ye dae pevtes ae e aoe pt Headskins, Boneless tres Adaisida February 15th Metbourne and Aruba, and Passengers only
Vai aed ther roo" Satara $4599 | Hill #3 ce the Batate® of Charles Ormond Knight, Head, Lips 7e -. $88. 10 per tre. of not | |March 3rd, ee ae oe erinided x on inet Vineet tees rae .
husband ond father James Edward | ———————————— a eae aT ene 1 reat hi ow in : | ome 22nd ath inet.
Seale who was called to yest on April] CAR: Hillman Sedan 1961 model my STENO-TYPIST for part time ‘eenploy seranand, ies fe RS, hes ir mntatoes oe pe] pe _ pr aa | about a 2mmd and Barbados about $ The ALV. “DAERWOOD" will %
8.1951 perfect condition. Done only 6.000 —a—- ore se ee 4.5@—1n| whe died on the 17th day of September f f 192 ‘Ibs. i | April 25th. 1 cargo this ves-| %& accept Cargo and Passengers for %&
The Seale Family 8.4.52—1n | Ring R. S. Nichol-s, Office 393. Hom 1951, intestate, are requested to send in less than . OF In addition to ie chilled and hard St. Lucia, Grenada and Aruba, and 3
ee’ st Staab “TAILORS. Journeymen Tailors, (Jacket particulars of their claints auly eee to ar Tb. mae 30c = oy = a peeway et ae ee Yous “
oe = > h Soon thi dersi. TLL than ; ‘ | fomen cargo. Bills Sailing nesday nst.
LOST & FOUND CARS—Minor Two-Dogr Saloon | like) Hands) One See koe ca (een cvo Mesry Caington & Sealy,| (4) Fatback, Tails, Butts $105.70 per tre. of not os | Gitt?, Tee oe er eulied to The M.V. "CARIBBEE” will ac- %
new, Minor Tourer 7,000 Pe. wane ee 26.3.52—t.f.n. | Solicitors, Luens Street, Bridgetown, ‘on ' less n 336 Ibs. or | Sritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward cept Cargo and Passengers for
Oxford Saloon very 0 co r -_ or before the 6th day of May 1952, after $59.25 bri. of not | fal Z Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
—_—_-——————————] poage (1988) two-seater, excellent for ey one . Stans: | which date I shall proceed to distribute -29 per bri. of ni lands. te ow M Nevis and St. Kitts; Sailing Wed-
LOST iking into pick-up. Hudson (1981)/) YOUNG LADY for our. mee. ¥ the assets of the deceased among the less than 192 Ibs. or For furtner particulars apply nesday 9th inst.
pede : dan 14,000 miles, Suitable for hire feld Scott & Co., Lt 52—t.{.n. |] parties entitled thereto’ having regard lic. per in lots | pURNESS WITHY & CO., LTD., :
LET- “Gold Identification | purposes. Wolseley (1947) 8 h.p. saloor Ba ED [Gniy to such claims of which I shall then of not less than 25 | “TRINIDAD. S$ -B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ =
Bracelet engraved, “Lionel Wilson”, m9 pretedt 7 b00” aioe, ms YOUNG LADY Requires position as ae had ga and pe og ise Ss 36c — co., LTD % Oeasteues’ Tube ‘on. o
* F. Harrison's re a ar- rd_ Prefect, 1%, . a * 3 fof the assetS or any pa ereo a le ae es = mi ee ce . “+ :
barees "Mill. Finder will be. scwarded| omdition. FORT ROYAL GARAGE 11d |Governess, or Companion traveling] {on the, amets oF ony pays Merset J dis | LARD Locally Manutagtured 149 cents’ gor 1b: in con-| PACORRBADOS. PW. | '56$665S996S9SG5SS595000%
by returning same to L. A. Wilson c/o| Tlephone 4504 24.52—6n. | parties 2452--6n.|claim I shalf not have had notice. tainers of 25 lbs. and! ae - "
Harrison's OMe, Broad Street ~—---— EST 0 ae Sane ae alt posure te sestie’ thely “Se over or 49} ts! *
5.4 r e are ; 7
bite . LIV MISCELLANEOUS —_| sox. SReSur“selay per. Ib, in ‘quantities ac Steamship Co.
B.T.C;° RACE TiCKETS—Serics M eerie | Dated this Sed day of March 1. under . and not * s
9940-49. Between Tudor eet and] QyREE HORSES—Sultable for doing| ONE SMALL INCUBATOR to pureuan, ILMA KN: . less than § tbs. ../ S4e. ,, ,, /
New Orleans on 4th. Pinder kindly re-] jjantation work. Apply: J. C. Payne, |Contact McKenzie 4536, from 8 to 4 = Qualified Aaministratrtx of ae MARGARINE: — | | oars Ne.
tum same Advocate Advertising|!) vow or phone S344 §.4.52—In. | after 3736 Siem & Charles Ormond Knight, decdaped. | "ay Gooking -] 49 cents per lb. in con-} |
‘Department. #.4.52—1n F ‘ es Bi Micaela aeestlSeats pane oe ee pmo er ws = me | tainers of 30 Ibs and| | were
S. |
4 ICKBTS-BTC. Race Tickets Serie MECHANICAL PURLIC SALES NOTICE ove pt ho Beg per \ NEW YORK SERVICE
No. 1092-9. In the Civie Soviet - - - “ ne eS i quantities un- st
Finder kindly return same to the Advocate] BICYCLE: Gents Raleigh Sports REAL ESTATE Bo. Ratate of der 30 lbs. ‘and not ailed 28th March—arrives Barbados 10th April, 1952.
y spartmen 4.4.52—-1n | Good condit Phone 9445 ADA MOORE deceased . A STEAMER sai 7 2th April, 1952.
Advertisiits Department re | 8480-11 Good condition one ie coat Noma th ie that all less than 5 Ibs... 4c. ,, = sailed 18th Apml—arrives Barbados P
Fi —————— - | at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on | Persons having any debt or claims against} (bh) Table 4 } we i eis nse —----
OUND MISCELLANEOUS Friday the 18th instant of 2 p.m. | or affecting the estate “of Bda Moots (Glow-Spread in | NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
RING—Lady's ring on beach al Worth: | = eee taetes ans| UPLAND, ard Avenue, Belleville. | (the) onk Hall in the parish of Saint Mich- prints) ps ++ | 60 ae ite ib in lots; 64
rs ay RE ag de - J NTS 43 cents pe Saltans| residence of the late Archdeacon Shank- “ O . and over ../ ic. . i » dos 12th April 1962.
ing. Write Box B.M.W. C/o Advocatc| ,,CURRANTS 43 cents per Ib. | | roe el in this Island Who died on the 14th b y ” 9 | sailed 27th March—arrives Barbados Pp:
Advertising Department ~ giving full] 5! cents per tb, at C. Herbert, 3 3oan| iand) with tind attached contatning | 4°, “Oy July 1981 ate requested to send |MEAT—Rresh and Frozen . { } 2 Tee. ‘sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26 April, 1952.
description 8.4.62—1n | Street, City eae Dre eduare feet. The house contains |i,” partievlars of their cmims duly at-| “Beet: — F : |
L epee Se rrr ——- | Drawing und Dining rooms on the ground tested to the undersigned Hesketh Hi ‘ |
ASTER CARD BOARD EGGS in 3) floor, § Bedrooms tpstairs and usual | (A'than pollatd, cio Mesers Haynes Be 42) nd_ Quarter i.e. DIAN SERVICE
GOVERNMENT NOTICE sizes—suttable for your Buster Gift, such offices. Garage for 1 car. Inspection | Chatham Pollard, c/o Mas 2 mesa Round, Rump, Sirloin, CANA! :
T I 1 i J, as Stockings, Ties, Handkerchiefs ete.| on application at the house any day ex- Brid etowh on or before the 30th day . Short Ribs and Thick }
Prices 1/3, 1/- and 20¢. palpate Sree cept Sunday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m, of Muy 195%, after which date I shall pro- Flank 56c | SOUTHBOUND
Stores. 52—2n LE, CATFORD & C bs a ges ae Sees a a 2 Pty Te
he | 7— 6.4.52—1n, | ced 10 distribute the assets pi the deceas-1* (b) Fore Quarter Roast | Pe ¢ Ship Sails Halifax © Arrives Barbadoe
Copies of the REPORT by Sir ESCHALOT ! ESCHALOT ! reese | ee AS aniy to tool clakes of watch and Steak .. esti . MM oy ay e.4 ried March 94th
George Scel, K.C.MG_ on Devel- _ A fresh shipment just received. Seljing | BALD AA. wpeers GAP, I sha} then have hed notice end f will Brisket, Stew and } ‘ALCOA PILGRIM” sored ib April. 7th
pcel, K.C. “ vel t. Secure your requirements 1 ‘4 not be lisble for the assets or any part Soup Beef ‘ seas a . | 400, ‘ALCOA PIONEER April 13th April 23rd
opment and Welfare in the Wést|JoHN D. TAYLOR & SONS -LTD., At 2 p.m., Friday, 18th April - : » ” “ PARTNER” P
ar i an thereof so distributed to any person of | OTT, (Edible) 2.37 ALCOA
Indfes, 1951, are available and | Roebuck St. Dial 3740 6.4.52-2n} ‘This very comfortable Dwelling house | ™ 7 oe «+ 1 $2.3 per gallon in;
a ; es ituated in a well estoblished residential | Whose debt or claim 1 shall not then quantities of 50 gal-| NORTHBOUND Due Barbados
gay be purchased at the Colonial) “Gr Apion! & DAHLIA™—Orders arejarea ang yet’ within. walking distance | Hive had notice — { : TAN’ April Sth For St, Lawrence River
Secretary's Office at 80 cents each. | pow being taken for Gladioll and Dahlias of Bridgetown, comprises Drawing and} And all persons indebted to the said lons and oyer or, “ALCOA PUR Ports. :
$.4.52.—1n. “or delivery in December 1962, parties|Dinipg rooms, three large and one small Indebtedisteas trattiont pete their said $2.39 per gallon in) ‘A STEAMER” April 23rd For St, John, N.B, and St.
nterested in booking please phone 4442,;bedrooms, breakfast room, pantry, | /ce - y









NOTICE

This to let those Custom-
ers who. have booked
Meters know that the ship-
ment expected has been
delayed but they will be
notified aS soon as the
Company can fix same after
arrival.

THE BARBADOS GAS
co rp



riends
that I
Luctior
gent fror
My Auct
at Tweedside
ng forward for
ronage. Dial 4837,




JOSEPH ST. HILL

eee

FURNITURE
AUCTION

WHITEHALT PLATS
Codrington (7H! St Michael

TOMORROW

WEDNESDAY 9TH APRIL
AT 11.30 a.m

We are instructed by Mr. W. D.
Charlton to disposs of his modern
Furniture and Effects.

Viewing morning of sale.

Dining. Tables, Chairs,
Chairs with Upholstered §
. poard, Desks, Oce. Tables
Bookcase, Chest of
Drawers,. and other Mahogan
urnitures Upholstered 3. Piece
Suite, Wicker Settee and Arm-
chairs, Rush Rockers, Cedar Chest



Dining



Trolley,







of Drawer Cedar Compactum
Painted Bookcase, Single Beds
ond Sprig, Simmons Mattresse:
Frigidaire (small, Electrolux
Refrigerator, Ice Box, Electric
Clock, Large ¢ China, Glas

‘ Cutlery § er (Tea and
c . Table Lamps,
Portat ©, Pye 6 tube
Radio, Port gton Type-
v Kodak, Hals-
r M F a] rner Oi
Stove, T croseope,
Bicycle, Nv Swi Mirror

nd Stand, Larder. Kitehen Scales,
Kitchen ‘ jarble Top Table,
Bathroom Ss E Carpets
Curtain Print Boxing
Gloves, Bax 1 Tools, and

other article

he
\YCTIONEERS
Bota >4. Biadon
& Co.

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

Phone 4640. Plantations 1





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T. Geddes Grant, Ltd.

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18.3.52—14n

PIANO—Weser New York,
abinet Grand, In good condition,
hone 2368 6.4.52—4n
GALVANIZE PIPE-—-250 ft. 1'4” Gal-
nize Pipe, new. Apply to L. L. Gill,

ters Plantation, St. Andrew
$.4.52—n.





‘UST RECEWED—Valor Stove parts,








iF: 2. VV

a
Seott or Dial 4038



ir jing —- Chimneys, Spreaders, Grid
Top Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also
Pressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre
Company, Trafalgar & Sp; Streets
Phone 796 20.3.52—t.f.n.

LAUNCH: 21 foot Imported Steel
Leunch Pr Marine ‘ngine, Apply:

8.4.52—Gn

stesitip tilapia enethleienctenieeataiatimam tn
“ITH TWINE—-Ctrong Twine for Kites

Co. Ltd.

METAL STEPLADDERS:
el stepladders of four, six, eight,
n tread

t. Hunte

Public

The

& co.,





Provost Marshal's
(1904-6) @ 30)
On Tuesday the 8th day of April

Act

| of 9 cents per ball. G, W. HUTCHINSON
*5.4.52—3n,

Durable

and

rom $9.88 up, On sale now.
Ltd, Lower Broad
8.4.52—3n

Official Sale

1904
1952

' the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon

be sold at my office to the highest

dder for
used vali
All that

4y sum not under the



ap-

rtain piece of ‘Land con-

ning by estimation 2,600 sq. ft. situate

Goodiand in Parish of St. Mich

sitting and bounding on lands of NM

ordan, on lands of Mrs Phillips,

acl,
irs
on

nds of one Branch and on Second

Waithe Land,

appraised
lows:

as

The whole area of land appraised to

WO HUNDRED AND SIXTY DOL-
ARS ($260.00)
ttached from Viola Alleyne for and

wards satisfaction, &c.
N.B.—25% Deposit to be paid on
purchase.

T. T. HEADLEY,

day

Provost Marshal,

»vost Marshal's Office,
ist March, 1952

22.3, 52—3n

ATHLETIC & AQUATIC
SPORTS

On Monday, 14th April
1952

Sponsored by
THE OISTIN MODEL BOAT OLUB

Under the Patronage of Mr
Cc. EY TALMA
Beginning at 12 noon
) Thrilling Events. Be in time to
See the Big Rac of the day
between Fishing Boats from St
Michael, St. James, St. Peter and
St. Philip, being whipped by those
of Ovtin and Silver Sands. Fatries

ose
ror

on THURSDAY 10TH
further partiowlara: , Appl

In
©. YARDE & G. HALL,
OISTIN, CHRIST CHURCIL

Musie All Day — Don't Miss it
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CHINESE LAUNDRY «S THE ISLAND

We do Wet and Dry cleaning, Electric Washing, Spin dry. Waxed
Shirts Collars, Staing taken out from Ladies’ and Gents’ garment
Price Moderate,

GIVE US A TRIAL AND BE @DNVINCED

NEW FASHIONS!

RELIANCE

SHIRT BARBADOS






























quantities under 50
gallons and not less
than 3 gallons

Dated this 24th day of March 1952.
HESKETH CHATHAM POLLARD,
Qualified Executor of the will of
Ada Moore—deceased

kitchenette, toilet and bath and wash
room; with a double servants room in
yard, stands on 8879 pausre LaF of land,

Inspection on application at the prem-
ises any day between 11 to 5 except] 2.3.52—4n

Saturdays and Sundays. ee -C
PERSONAL

Note: —Increase by one cent
pound on Margarine and
manufacturing costs.

For further particulars and conditions
of sale, Apply:--
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD,





Serene
James Street. Thé ‘public are hereby warned against } Sth April, 1952 6.4.52—In.
64 giv credit to my Wife, IONF HOBBS : a .
(nee “INNISS) as $ dod mot hold myself
AUCTION responsible for her or anyone else con-
nord Shy debt or debts in my name
I will sell on WEDNESDAY Sth from | ""!es# by # written order signed by me.
12 noon at “St. Anthony”, Beckwith a HOBBES

Taylors Gap,

(near Eagle Hall)
St. Wich

4,92—2n.

The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to wife MTRIAM MAR-
SHALL (nee ) as I do not hold
myself responsible for her or anyone else
contracting any debt or debts in my
name unless by a written order signed by

me
OLIVER MARSHALL,

Street, the following—-Mahogany Upright,
Rocking Chairs, Settee and Table, Paint-
ed Bureau,Press, Clothes Horse, Chairs,
Folding Screens, 8-day Clock, 2 Mirrors,
China Cabinet, Dining Table, Day bed
Chest of Drawers, Single Iron Bedsteads,
Larder, Press, I¢e Cream Freezer, Glass-
ware, Crokeny, Knives, Spoons, Forks,
Comode and 12 new House Coats asstd
colours and other items of interest
Terms Cash R. ARCHER McKENZIE,

Dial 2947 7.4.52—3n







om Bowmanston,
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER |, , St ohn
. 2n
By instructions received I will sell at | «¢ ee
Messrs. Plantations Ltd. Building, | °° F99SSS96900

Chapel Street, on Tuesday, April 8th, a
large quantity of “Everite Sheets,” (2)
Porcelain Wash-Basins, one lot com-
pressed fibfe, bends and collars. Terms

EASTER IS HERE...

Cash. Sale at 1 p.m.
VINCENT GRIFFITH, DRINK
Auctioneer.
5.4.52—3n.





S&S
RUM

The RUM with a Flavour

as PROS OPSS ESOS OOPS SO PPO POOF POSS

qealh bias

Gums, Sore Mouth and










‘eeth mean tat ou sney all its own
Feit faulted Exvertly Blended and
serie aera Bote by
Seceaeiesstecsie, {STUART & SAMPSON
retard OF axtety ackees. ick (1938) LTD.

FURNISH T0-DAY







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errant Sf oo Oe SCSI The Money Saving Way
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL “i FULL-PANELLED oth
ROEBUCK ST JUST RECEIVED Pedstends; single, and Double
Announces its First Mizrors Wardrobes we ero
§ Pkgs. Tate & Lyle Castor MAHOGANY, Birch and Deal
nnual Bazaar stat

Tables for Dining, Cocktail, Radia,
Sewing, Kitchen in several shapes
end sizes—Sideboards, Cabinets
for China, Kitchen and Bedroom

Sliced Ham and Bacon
Lge. and Small Tins Vienna

and Fair



Sousages SUITES, a Seperate ort yins
in aid of the School Library Fund Fiat, Gosders Plague Pow- Mere oe Rush rit, » Ber

—on — Tins Stove Polish LOVELY CLOCKS

Pee











|
SATURDAY 19TH APRIL eo p.m. Pe a eo Salad Standard and Dainty size in popu: DIAMOND (venpnia
(The Police Band will play by § | Gelatine On ee ee Available Separately
() kind permission of the Commis Asstd. Sweet Biscuits or in Sets
} ERY of Eee kaa ee Chunks Your Jewellers :
) ertune - telling. booths, Fancy ius § wherries
X Diss Parade (at 4 pm.) pony Y De LIMA
Nice candela tacks fl Also: L.S. WILSON 2 Ts
} age. MaxiN-Ge-Bevh i TIN SPRY STREET. DIAL 4009 .. LTD.
} Amusements to suit all tastes X AMS -
ADMISSION : | Special price to Shopkeepers
Children ta ° , >
Adules i ly | We invite you to inspect our assortment
8.4,52-—3n All these things get from - - of
3 = $\% CEILING FITTINGS & BRACKETS Etc.

Just opened :
at

CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Corner Broad & Tudor Streets

{AM LAUNDRY

Cheapside

INCE & CO.
LTD.

8 & 9, ROEBUCK ST.

:

NEW SHIRTS!

We beg to notify our Friends and Customers that we will
not be open for business on SATURDAY, 12th April and
would ask them to arrange their shopping accordingly.





R. &





CHALLENOR. LTD.

|
LO VES | Speightstown, Bridgetown, Six Mens.

| 6.4.52—2n

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT
And

| 33c. per pint or
) 816c. per gill

per pint on Edible Oil and two cents per
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PAGE EIGHT

Empire

Defeat

Carlton 1—Nil

EMPIRE kept herself in the line up for the B.A.F.A.
First Division Cup yesterday evening when she defeated

Carlton one-nil in a tame and unenterprising game.

lone goal came as a resul

The

t of a miskick by one of the

Carlton defenders, and Symmonds was left to run through,
before either back could recover, and beat Warren with a

powersul shot.
nm this occasion Symmonds
used the better part of his judg-
ment by stopping, composing him-
self and then taking the shot
with good direction. Were it not
for the lapse on the part of the
Carlton

Vout F ootball
Problems

defenders, the game

would have ended in a goalless
draw. By O. 8S. COPPIN

During the first half of the
match, Carlton played the better I must first thank all those
game. Their forward movements football fans who have sent me
were constructive although lack- letters outlining their football
ing in finish, and too often they problems but I must make it
failed to benefit from blunders clear that it is not possible to
on the. part of the Empire de- answer all queries received in
fence. At one time Smith, the one article’ That being the case
Empire fullback who has been those fans who have sent in their
very Outstanding this season, was football problems and do not see
off colour, and miskicked and them answered at once will
sliced very badly. realise that they will be answered

The ball during the first half in due course.

was not at all suitable for match
play, and almost every player
got a lot of back spin from it,
with the result that no one could
judge correctly its bounce or the
direction it would take after
striking the ground.

This defect was remedied by
changing the ball in the second
half, and Empire improved slight-
ly on their game, but there was
always lacking the necessary en-
terprise and dash which go to
make the game interesting.

Carlton touched off towards the
Northern end, and straight away
they initiated a good movement
which took them right into the
Empire goal area, but Grant came
to the rescue.

Empire took over and bore
down on the right wing which
was cleared by the Carlton wing
half, but Smith cleared nicely.
Then the Carlton defence failed
to clear, and left alone Symmonds
the Empire centre forward, made
no mistake in sending in a hard
right foot shot to open the score
for Empire.

The Empire backs
themselves either, Smith was
slicing badly, and Grant was
finding it difficult to cope with
the Carlton forward movement
which was developing with un-
easy rapidity.

Twice Ken Hutchinson made
good but futile efforts to score,
and then Robinson, the Empire
custodian gave a certain goal—
an indirect free kick just outside
the area, But Lucas kicked wide
after receiving it from Boogles

were not

Williams,

The Carlton forwards
taking tries from well
the area in the hope of getting
one to beat the Empire cus-

todian, but they all went over
or outside the upright.

One very dangerous grounder should he order an indirect free- perves

which found Robinson out of po-
sition was narrowly saved by
Robinson's getting a hand to it
and guiding it out.

At half time, Empire were one
up, but so far, Carlton had play-
ed the better game.

The ball was changed in the
second half to remedy a disad-
vantage caused to players by tihe
use of the other one.

Empire improved on _ their
game in this half, and for some
considerable time, there was a
rush on the Carlton goal but the
ball just wouldn't go in. They
Gid not relax the pressure on the
weak Carlton defence who fought
gallantly.

Opportunity after opportunity
went abegging on botih sides as
the game drew to a close, but
especially was this the case with
Empire.

Lueas took a brilliant

corner
which grazed the bar, but a
spectacular save by Robinson

robbed the Black Rock team of
the equalizer.

Curtis Cup
Golfers Need
To Be Tough

By JAMES GOODFELLOW

Twelve top-grade British women
golfers, watched by Curtis Cup
Captain Lady Katharine Cairn»
and the selectors, are putting in
five day’s practice this week at
Murfield, East Lothian. From
them will be chosen the side of
six to meet U.S.A. on thm same
course On June 6 and 7.

The girls will have to face the
rigours of Muirfield which, swept
by winds from the Firth of Forth,
is long and testing and can be a
heartbreak even for the strongest.

And one lesson from the las
match, at Buffalo, New York,
was that the American players
were bigger and more powerfu.
than the British.

Most of our players are season
campaigners here; but none
dominating, like Lady Heathcoa. -
Amory or Cecil Leitch were jn
their time. More’s the pity. Ame: -
jean critics say the U.S. coult
send over several teams equal to
the eight players sailing from
New York on May 21 in the
Britannic.

Four national title-holders are
among the British possibles
Tipperary-born Open Champic.n
Mrs. P. G, McCann; Englisn
Champion Jeanne Bisgood; Sco -
{ish champion Mrs. George Wal-
entine; and Irish champion
Philomena Garvey.

All except Mrs. McCann playe:
in the 1950 match, along wit
former Open champion Frances
Stephens, Jean Donald, and Elizs-
beth Price, also in the trials

Cne of the probables, Moir
Paterson, former physical trainin:
teacher, enhanced her reputation
as8 a match player by reaching tl
Sunningdale semi-final with Hece-
tor Thomson. Team reserve in
1950, she was runner up last year
in the Scottish championship

L.E.S.



3RD DIVISION FOOTBALL

To-day’s B.A.F.A Di -
fixture between :
Pickwick - Rover ledule fo,
Shell Grounds, will now be
at Kensington Oval



I shall answer today the first
six queries I have received.

No. 1. “Touchliner”. The
game has been in progress .for
some time and then it is discov-
ered that one of the teams is play-
ng twelve players. No goals have
yet been scored. What should be

The referee should
consult the captain and then
send off the twelfth man, starting
the game from zero.

No. 2. “Centre-forward.” Sup-
pose a player uses offensive lan-

guage to a referee in the dress-
ing room before the play has
nctually started: Can the team

1 which this offender is a mem-
ber bring on another player?
Answer. Certainly they can.

No. 3. “Spectator’’. I have
seen a penalty kick awarded and
the player kicks the ball outside.
Meanwhile the goalkeeper has
moved but time has expired and
there is no time for the kick to
be retaken. Is it correct for the
referee to “blow off” in the cir-
cumstances ?

Answer. The referee has no
right to “blow off.” He is given
power according to the “Laws of
the Game” to extend time so that
the penalty kick can be retaken.

No. 4. “Worried”. The teams
have lined up but play has not
yet started. A player makes ob-
jectionable remarks about the
other team. He is cautioned by
the referee. Could he be sent off
if he repeats this behaviour, in-
asmuch as the game has not yet
been started ?

Answer. Certainly. The referee

were should order him off and allow Arsenal's winner in the replayed
outside the team to field a substitute if semi-final two years ago and it was brought by Corporal Sealy.

they so desire.

No. 5. “Forward.” If a_ ball
strikes a referee should he stop
play and “drop” the ball or

kick ?

Answer. The referee should do
neither. If the ball strikes the
referee and remains in the field
of play it is still in play.

No. 6. “Captain”. Can a cap-
tain send off one of his own men
for abusing him on the field.

Answer. I am afraid not. The
referee has the sole prerogative
for sending a man off the field.

SPORTS QUIZ

The Barbados Advocate will
award a book on sport to the
first person who sends the cor-
rect answers to the three fol-
lowing questions.

1, If a player kicks a foot-
ball and it bursts on its
way to the goal but still
enters the goal, should the
referee award a goal or
not?

2. How many runs did the

first wicket partnership
between George Challenor
and Tim Tarilton yield in
the first innings against
Trinidad in the 1927 Tri-
angular tournament at
Kensington?
If a player is ruled “off-
side” in water-polo, does
he have to leave the
water?

NOTE. All entries for
“Sports Quiz* should be ad-
dressed “Sports Quiz” c/o
Advocate Sports Editor, and
must reach this office by 12
noon on Saturday April 12.
The correct answers and the
name of the winner will be
published in the Sunday Ad-
vocate of April 13.

Each entry must be accom-
panied by A COUPON as set
out below.

SPORTS QUIZ





£20,000 Refused
For Teal

LONDON, April, 7.

Harry Lane, owner

which won the Grand National

Steeplechase classic on Saturday

to-day refused £20,000 for the

horse. He bought Teal fourteen
months ago for £2,000.-L-P.

OUTBREAK AGAINST
ITALIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA

TRIESTE, April %
Italian press reports said today
that United States-made armour-
ed cars wé@re “threateningly
shown” by the Yugoslay.Army in
the streets of Capodistria, th¢
capital of the Yugeslay oceupied
zone B. of the Trieste territory.
Italiam press reports said one
Sherman tank and ten Amreican-
1ade armoured cars toured the
treefs of Capodistria “in the
wave of an outbreak of violence

nd threats against. Italians in
np B.”

Italian Sources in Zone B re-
ported one arrest and ‘ several

ufstionings by Yugoslay secret
police. Sources said Titoist Organ-
sitions continued anti - Italian
demonstrations and loudspeakers
ir: squares of Zone B shouted anti-
Italian slogans.—U.P,



of Teal,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

RESULTS OF SEVENTH REGATTA

The result

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Arsenal Beat “Bad” Lamsenge
Chelsea 3—0

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, April 7.

It will be an Arsenal-New
Castle cup final at Wembley on
May 3. At White Hart Lane this
afternoon, Arsenal defeated Chel-
sea by three goals to nil in a
replayed semi-final.

Arsenal hero was right winger
Freddie Cox. He s@red the first
goal after only 15 minutes, firing in
a shot from an extremely narrow
angle,

Arsenal's third goal was scored
by Lishman four minutes later to

Forty-four-year-old Ethelbert
Blenman, a carpenter of Fair-
field Road, St. Michael, was
fined 15s yesterday by His Wor-
ship Mr. H, A, Talma for usin
indecent language -on Bank Ha
Cross .

The fine is to be in 14
days or he will be j for one
month, The offence was commit-
ted on April 7.

CHAUFFEUR FINED 10]-

Vere Grant of Brittons Cross
peat, St. ——, en oo
~- feur, was yesterday ordered by
ore ey Oe ae His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
Chelsea will be asking them- % pay 10s in 14. days or spend
selves what they have done to !4 days in prison. :
deserve such a formidable oppon-
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ERNIES
DEMOCRATIC CLUB

There will be a MEETING

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highway, on April 6. The case









was he who scored the goal which
enabled Arsenal to draw last
Saturday.

Both teams today displayed cup |

in a game which was

scrappy throughout and frequently
robust to an unnecessary @ v

Arsenal’s meeting with “New
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Thursday next, April 10th
at 6 p.m. Sharp


















to discuss the PROBLEMS
of the FIRST DAY’S
RACING at UNION PARK














the two clubs which Castle: As Lobster Cocktails were
ees nee tee wtih Severe foe the, March Remember, a comfortable fitting SUIT is our first
photograph afterwards showed piond Wad. tamer’ toate consideration. There are increasing numbers

was put across after, the ball had
gone out of play.

Jones Re-Elected
President Of
B.G. Oricket Board |

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, March 31

Mr. W. S. Jones was re-elected
President of the British Guiana
Cricket Board of Control, along
with other members of the Com-
mittee on Friday evening last.
Other members of the Board are
W. M, Green and C, R. Browne,
Vice Presidents; W. E. Harrison,
Honorary Treasurer; K. L, Wishart,
Honorary Secretary.

The Meeting discussed the possi-
bility of holding annual Inter-
County tournaments between
Demerara, Berbice and Essequibc
as has been introduced in local
pects with the Heimeken Cur

‘ournament now in progress, The
matter has been referred to the]
Cup Committee of the Board for}
further consideration. At the
same meeting Messrs. W. M, Green
and K, L. Wishart were re-appoint-
ed British Guiana’s representa- {if
tives on West Indies Cricket Board }f
of Control while Robert Christiani
was made a member of the Selec-
tion Committee.

The Board also approved in
principle the formation of an
UI y Association and _ the
details of this will be worked out
at an early date.

The 65-over new ball rule will
be introduced into local first class }}
cricket as from June 1 next after}{
the conelusion of the Case Cup
Competition, and arrangements
were completed for the annua)
meeting of the West Indies Board
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PAGE FIGHT Empire Defeat Carlton 1-Nil EMPIRE kept herself in the line up for the B.AF.A. First Division Cup yesterday evening when she defeated Carlton one-nil in a tame and unentei prisiiu; i.ame The lone goal canv as a result of a mis kick by one of the Carlton defenders, and Symmonds was left to run through, before either back could recover, and beat Warren with a powerful shot. BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. APRIL ft. IM2 On (hlJ orcaiJon Syrnmond* lived the belter part of his judgment by stopping, romposing himself and then takm with Rood direction. tor the lap* on the part of the Carlton defenders. RESULTS OF SEVENTH REGATTA B I MeviB It %  Rawal U • Okaal U IJ !!**. J 1 i i an M MM m uot M i". ia L ting the ah L Were it n M the gaum ......:. %  Your Football Problems sr.-uld aiave ended draw During the ilrst hair of the match. Carlton played the better game. Their forward movement: were constructive although lackLetters ing In finish, and too often they probiei failed to benefit from blunders B> o. s COPIMN I must first thank all those itball fans who have *rnt me ilinlnn their (ootbaui hut I must make it not possible on the pint o| the Empire deanswer all queries net fence A{ one time Smith, the MM article. Thai being the case Empire fullback **io ha* been those fans who have sent in then very outstanding this season, was football problems and do not setoff colour, and miskicked and them answered si once will sliced very badly. realise that they will be answered -Z!*wi'" 1 J 'u""*. $*£*. *?u l "snaTanswer today the first was not at all suiUble I..i mate* IX Q \,tr\t9 I have received. £2 y ^2? JTt VCry Btay T *• %  %  "Teeehllner". The *?,•, \l i.^l .* pin & t<" !" b * t* !" ' Progress for with the result that no one could •„„ linw Bnd thfn „ „ ducov judge correctly 'is bounce or the lll() |nat ,„„. ,. ( ,„,. t ,.. lim ls p i ay SrtK.IJS "** ...Is have striking the giwund. ^ rcttrp ^_ Wh.l sboukj I*This defect was remedied by J ... taw ^ OSJ^ULISL ZEE* Asmrtr. The referee should always Ja-vkmg the necessary i %  —"-*—_ ... In < terprlse and dash which make the game Interesting Carlton touched oft* towards the and straJffal awaj Ihcv initialed a gwd movement which look Uiem right Into the Empire goal area, but Grant came to the rescue. Empire took over and bore down on the right wing which Was cleared by the Carlton win* half, but Smith cleared nueU \ Then the Carlton defence failed |o clear, and left alone Symmonds the Empire centre forward, made no mistake in sending In n hard right foot shot In open the score for Empire. game Irom zero. No. *. "Onsre-farward.* Suppose a player uses <•(Tensive language to a referee in the dressing room before the play has actually started. Can the learn .i which this offender is a member bring on another player? Answer. CciUinly they can. No. 3. "Spectator". I have seen a penalty kick awarded and he player kicks the ball outside. Meanwhile the goalkeeper has moved but time has expired and D lime for the kick to be retaken, u it correct fr tha referee to "Wow off" In the cir*.< h 1 %  I Innn UM DNS 11.11 I)Ng. an SB 10 WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Orand %  ossSaas 10 OS *.**. "Ui of St Philip Vestry— 11.00 ajBMooting of Bouso of lusiair 3 00 pn Netting of Extrajgwai Yonth BrlUaB Cooncll l> %  HotMlo Cinons*. King Ooorgo V Moasonal Park, at Philip B i %  PAINS ol PILES St.pp.d in 10 Miil*i ll U OO l"n#.f MNMI lO i-ift.r aalaa. Uotlag na ion — i rrapi ru.. MM Ua OMievrtt < H>U> Kinlt knownaoChlaaroiSi Hytmv mm i. •WB M SB W*WN 0*4 miM Mil %  !(> %  iiv* rain kui skw ukH out Ut .wii lag. M*M M — Ot ag aa romasUa BOPVO lrrlllloi lh*rr rUu Ui-f iro. "I" caaaog S Plloa oorh % %  HaoOacbo. Nr>ounw n i. UU DMltKa cuarsnloa Hyta-a mui slop ..nr n|| ...In. ml irMiMca or money bar* OB WEATHER REPORT kainfsll rroaa Oagrlngton; .06 In. Total Rainfall for Month to t>t* 1 77 IOI Higkost Toaapora tB ro: S3 r> T l• %  "WorrleST. The teams easy rapidity. bgVg Unad "p but play luw not Twice Ken Hutchiruon mado jet sUrted. good but futile efforts to %  core, jectlor and then Robinson, the Empire other team, custodian gave a certain goalthe icferce iPron thir Own Caimpaiidriii UJNDQtf, April 7. H will be an Arseniil-Ni Castle cup final at Wembley i May 3. At WWts 1! Hi Lt„,.,. w f commit. rcpliiyed aemi-nnal. lw j Q,, April 7, j Arsenal hero was right winger "* Freddie Cox. He soprcd th.fig! I after only IS minutas, flrlng in u/(ICCCMO CIKle r\ mi hot from an extremely narrow CHAUFFEUR FINED 10Ianglo ... i A nlaver makes obAnssnsl'S tblnl goal was Korea *•Me ZjfiFEST t£ uy Ushmsn four 5a*£-£ f* d fan. He . cautioned by ewphnslse a victory which had alfeur. if he indirect free kick Just outside the area. Itut l^icas kicked wid after receiving it from Boogie Williams. The Carlton forwards were taking tries from well outside the team to field Hie aren In the hope of getting thev ison. one to beat the Empire cusNo. S. todlan, but they all went over strikes a or outside the upright. Duty and One very dangerous grounder should he Which found Robinson out of pokick? Could he be sent off leady bean won epoals ih* behav.our, inCheu-. will be asking them gj. 1 .?","! uch as the gatna has not >et selves what Ihey have done to • %  %  in P" been aUrtsul ? -tcserva such a formidable opponHe W(U charged wJ-| qUBrre i. Answer. Certainly. The referee ent aa Cox. It was he who scored „ ng ^ Bn-g^n-, CroSa Road. hould order him off and allow Arsenal's winner in the replay**! highway, on April 6. The caasubatitulc if .seml-Anal two years ago and it wai brought by Corporal Scaly. -ss ho who scored the goal which "Forward." If a ball enabled Arsenal to draw last leferee should he stop Saturdsy. "drop' the ball or Both teams today displayed cup order an indirect freenervea in a game which was scrappy throughout and frequently narrowly saved "bv Answer. The referee should do robust'to an unnecessary degree getting a hand to It nuAther If the ball strikes _tha Arsenal's meeting with Naw and guiding it out. At half time, Empire were one up, but so far. Carlton had played the better game The ball waa changed second half to remedy i vantage caused u> players by tru Use of the other one Empire Improved on I heir game In thti half, and for some considerable time, there was a rush on the Carlton goal but the ball lust wouldn't go in. They old not relax the pressure on the weak Carlton defence who fought gallantly Opportunity after opportunity wont abcggfng on both side* as the game drew to a close, but especially was this the caae with Empire. Lucas took a brilliant corner which grilled the bar. but a spectacular, save by Robinson robbed the Black Rock team of the equalizer. eferee and remains in the of play It is still In play. No. 6. "Captain-. Can a caplain send off one of his own men In Iho ror abusing him on the field, disadAnswer. I sm afraid DDL Thc %  fetea has the sole prerogative r>r sending a man off the field. fleM rastle will of course recall memories on that 1932 cup final between the two clubs which rfew Castle v#on 2—1 winning by a goal coming from a pass which a photograph afterwards showed was put across after the ball had gone out of play. SPOJfTS QUIZ The Barbados Advocate will award a book on sport to the first parson who sends tbs cornet answers to the tfereo folio wing quosUons. 1. If a player kicks a football and It burston Its way to tao goal but still enters tbs goal, should tho roferoo award a goal or not? 2. How nuuiy ruu Aid tho first wu-ket partnership betwoon Ueorgi* Ohallenor ami Tint Taxllton yield in the first inning" against Trinidad in tho 1997 Triangular tournament at Kensington? 3 XT a player U ruled "offside" in water-polo, does bo have to leave the water? NOTE. All outrles fot Sports Quii" should bs addr*i*ed %  port* Ojois" " Advocate Spurt* Editor, and must reach tkla oMoo by 12 noon on HaWrday April IX The correct answers and the name of the winner will bo published In the Snndsy Ad vocato of April 13. Each entry must bo accompanied by A COUPON as set oat below. 8FOBT8 QUIZ Name %  Jones Re-Elected President Of B.G. Cricket Board < >Yon Our Own Cornspoudrrit GEORGETOWN. March SI Mr. W. S. Jones was re-elected Presidem of the British Guiana Cricket Board of Control, along with other monbti. of tho Committee on tYiday evening last Other members of the Board are W. M. Green and C. R. Browne. Vice Presidents. W. K. Harrison. Honorary Treasurer; K. I>. Wlshart. Honorary Ss who were British Guia lo-day refust*d C20.000 TIRED R YOU'LL FIND %  CARIB IS AS GOOD AS A REST •The Finest Beer Brewed Anywhere* Curtis Cup Golfers Need To Be Tough By JAMES < .ui un i i i i nv Twelve top-grade British worn* %  golfers, watched by Curtis Cu, Captain Lady Katharine Cain and tha selectors, are putting i i five day's practice this week D Murfleld. East Lothian From them will be chosen the side cf six to meet USA. on trr gam %  course on June 6 and 7. The girls will have to face tin rigours of Muirfleld which. w; • by winds from the Firth i FW I i is long and testing ami i heartbreak even for the strongest. And one lesson from Hie laxmatch, at Buffalo. New York. was that the American player wfiv bigger and n ore powvrfu. than the British. Most of our players ,re wavm. campaignei s here; but none domlnatinx. like Lady Heathc<>. AJnury or Cecil Leitch were *.bvir time. Mote's the pity. Ainc lean critics say the U.S. cou. t • eiui OUT M-\'T..1 sesUa equal u the eight players sailing iro* i rk on Mav 21 in Hi Britannic. Foui national title-hold, i | i aniong the British i i Tlppcrai 'v-bom Open Mrs. P. Q, UcCann; bgU i <*iiampi(n Jeanne Btsgood; Sco tlsh champion Mis George Vii9B9B99! and Iiish champio'i Wiilomena Gar\cy. All except Mrs. McCann playe, in the 1950 match, along wltl former Open chamnion France* Stephen:. .1. % %  I > ixth rSica si '< .n %  brtal the probebhl Palerson. formal teacher, enhanced her reputation as a match player by reaching H' Suiiiiingdale seml-llml with Hcctor Thomson. 1960. she was runner i in the Scottish ehami —_^^_ ' 3RD DIVISION FOOTBALL i ligture betwei m~EF*fZZJ!£r '"' 'timonstrationi and loudspeaker* Kclslck for the i-l Shell Grounds, will now he play, | |r suunrpv of Zonfl B n mtPt( :m „. s Christian and M. Devkt (or the Italian slogans— UP. ggnTondannl £20,000 Refused For Teal itn.iilhK H bctutclu Tcl f.irtr tor [3.000.— Vr. .nutlvn In AuattdlUi OUTBKEAk AVMVST ITALIANSlli lUKtSLAVI* TRIESTE. April '. Italian prcsii rn>orU jiaid today I'oliticul Oanioaigii Shuts In Nevis Zipper Wallets ej 91.79 •MCk Y.D>I.IM.\ A CO.. LTD. It BROAD STREET ERNIES DEMOCRATIC CLUB There will be %  MKETING Thursday next. April 19th at S p.m. Sharp to discuss the PROBLF.MK or the FIRST DAY'S RACING at t'NION PARK As Lobster Cocktails were favourite* for the March Meeting. 1 have asked ***y friend Sqd Leader Courtenay Snow, of Edgewater Hotelfame, lo let me have There will also be the Li*nal Cold Turkey and Virginia Ham IPareta m Inanla Barbadoc) a well an bit* and pieces. moo people get nice things. I ALSO ADVISE MY MEMBERS and FRIENDS that they can bet en any horse In any race al the lorthcormng Union Park Meeting providing they have previous arrangements with unE. PROCTOR< n*i our Own Car r wpoae n t) ANTIGUA. April 7 The Island ef Nevis ww roused Reel Slates-made armoui from its slumber of the past tew ed cars. were "mroBtentngly day when the St. Kltts Workers' In •wn" by tbe Yugoslav Army in Uugu* held the first of a series H--U. of Tapodisina. the of political meetings in lonaee. pltal of the Yugoslav occupied itmi with the forthcoming elec00)0 It"f the Trieste territory. HonS under ihe new constitution. Halloo press reports said one candidate* spokuoged ar< lltsu. : hcrraan tajik and ten Amrelcanit. J. Gordon and lagaes tabued. ide arninuied cars toured the At the same time In the sum* eofi of ('.•podistrin "in the nary Court Mr Justice Manning ive of an .laihrenk of violence preasaVng, Horatio BarlK-r. propti! RoVOBd %  gsdsurt Italianof o bath house and hoi igB It" rings, broutghl ;m acOon cUlm< a ban ftources, in Zone B ieIng t'a.000 damages each for d ont poaa againit Kor u. u BrsdYugoslav OOeret nhaw and other leading Labour i..' 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TUESDAY, APRIL 8. 1*52 HIKBMMIS ADVOCATi: PACI niku; Answers To Women's Editor's Questions 1 The one who has si.-, j and is making the till parkNever in any circumstances should one cut in ahead of -no'' i ing to park 2 Yea, they use lirst n J m e %  ., t pccial.y il those bill -re expected to be •"part of the crowd" pie: '-Shitlev. Leach froi lUpchati my. thin U Shirley Baxter. Shirley live-, in IJverpooI If there are several in tin room, the one makn. troduction often Idonlaflai each one with BOOM -uch as: 'The Mam there with a 'black ajar" I David Jones." Introduction are often followed with humoi HI raaurkt CONTROVERSY OVER W.I. FEDERATION 2 232SS£. \eed For Haiti land Colonies To Take Part I ON DON A CONTROVERSY ha> aruoo HI the oirrespondcnci columns of Ihe London Daily Telegraph of success for West Indian Federation, in view of \\ %  i t establishin,; and maintaining: a Federal GovcrniMBl and in view of the reluctance of the mainlar. lake part. One correspondent finds it difficult ftp eea how thstandard of living in the West Indies could or inuby adding to the existing tj.rden of h.tfh taxation •,;•.. of a Federal (_.overnment, which would be considerable. "Quito apart from salaries ana —-—^— — U.S. "Crime Axe* 9 Chief Giriltv Of Contempt PINAY PLEDGES FRENCH SUPPORT Convention is general agreeS-iESil ment or concurrence ^ the rti basis of any cttfltom or the like, or as embodied In any led MaAdaid, u 11 usage. BnfM and housing for all on a hud tan expenar*v level" ha %  veiling expense* -ion of the numeral!. Bd i-ers and < ild be heavy. "While no information about the coat of federal Government put forward, tin* advantage K'.lt| .1 '.'.I for proper conduct to be obrccent successful sugar conference Uon when the Federal Cotirl Ju > held that lie was guilt;, len counts of the Indian l an example. W.I. Fronomy %  That %  I i : ,n social life the wor.d ^ wn over. Tin • im. ol etiquette is kindness and consideration for the other person. Convention change with but the beak rnlai What aa I thiuk. is needed is of good manners never nut any new adventure but %  > ihange. truce to pol itica l experiment Let _, the economies of the West Indi"-. (eilainly .1 other* express ^^ ctiStnct/ Q rv |o d , ,„ their preferences. For • to forre | upon a g > force .i Mm UIK.II : %  NEW YORK. Apr.1 5 . .-. ; ihrrcb.' the West Leader of the New York—Mi-.in would be able 'to ipeBit 'Crime Axe" was found guilt v last njght of Cmi tempt of the t i Ited ftlati s-1 a maxlmi.ir. r 10 years in prison and a IU.000 dollar (inc. The Jury deiibeiatcil am bast** Coetsalo, -id In a blue suit showed no Man of cuiowfth "ne voice' But to whom. li..t about, IS not indicated. 1>llons would Le out of bounds. while, a*, thlngl are new. there is no difficult s in making combined representation-, il matters; th "^ I ***** U, K X ,hc *bnm UiUbaxt beta a,uJ radio programme g^ The rwvnt nttToductioi. . HJS charging him w dn pnwIaBljl of Senator Kcf_nv.i\ Miami Committee during the her* |ag| vear. Speeiucaily. Costello was accused of TthTTl answer questions as to his n< worth bl and h HANDSHAKES Atl fXCHANOID la Paris as new French Premier An; toino Plnay assures Gen. Dwight I). Elsenhower that his government vil: fulfill "to the best of Its ability" France's defense commitments. The Allied Supreme Commander said he had Intended his visit to be a -courtesy can" and was -delighted" at th attitude of the new regime on collective security of Wettera nations (International ItadlopAoto) who do not will to sec it. One -liuuld always ask others what they would like to hear. Usually a week end lc* luf hearing" to invest there If Lesbdature* in %  be dominated by the Irresponsible." F^llowins this, another eorre*ipondenl point* out the advauKederatlon will bring to the and Mr.. Webb' Individually. West Indies, but asks: "Can redout the remainder of the fameration succeed without the partly only as a'i impersonal UclpaUon of all the West Indian group. However, the word* Colonies?'* "and family" have been used ... •o long thut only tastidiou Overcrowded Areas people consider them bad ^^ Gui-M ^ ^.^ Honduras have a vital role 'o Naturally, any guests should play in the success of Federal act spontaneously to aid his this correspondent points out. H<> hostess, but th e majority ol refer* to the density of population K the guests can do just aof some of the overcrowded much by keeping occupied or Islands in the Caribbean, m%  ntertainLnf themselves. It it eluding Jamaica. Barbados and II possible, they should Trinidad, and compares thenIn asking for mis-trial. Speme chained that a New York new .man had talked a Juror into getting out of his sick bed to attend the Una I day of the trial. Actually this U the second time Costello has faced these obaMM The first ended in a mis-trial. ST IIKORCK'S. Apul 3 PTING ilRENADA Uiia week are two fuiyied EIKiish travellers of the poet-war ytfars.. Dr. Matthew l)a Ni Idle) and Mis Anne Da Fano. They are now on a more leisurely tour in the Caribbean after a stati-m-wannon trek, starting from Belgium -. rrlendk in Apnl. l'J4o. across Kuiope. the Middle ani N-ai Baft to It t0 r begfl rugaesl India through nineteen couatrU %  e> on p*§r y %  %  %  ->n of the lai. Hold Mt-iinANTIUIA. %  ing of the s- let] "i th. it House la^t M>4ida> Hla Kxcelbncy the Governor took the rhiu. A ntotiou was moveii i Sn .T %  %  I I .'ron and ehair" .m Aith M\ executmr. H wi %  Anjo. U C Wnghf. S L Al D Rowan Henry and R In 195! the Soejaty ppUeetc M.J1I Mui aheadv f. I 19*2 M.Aoo has be. < it>11ected thiough %  %  MaW tt'iue its repsui ; %  >gi mime Thei re %  nunibiT of new Life Fiieud: K record day on atiiountlne *o **•> ( oteurrrd on Thin when the Dock] %  open %  ai ii> by louriau -I paonl *j-k IM w3! collectetl as against Jt.s for a 1 • "Veiiuneut in !hr past. The Soeieti I 1 ente i ii %  handle the arts IV kv.nl f. | tfa xl rwenty-fl* .ilr The Executive Coctunltlei 'bought It would lx> n goone they •nded HM rilli of the stair* up to the P a M u r' In gratttud. pi laaat od wot* H M S Df^niwhlre an,I i MS aparrnw have been mad. UBtpaaca*4.s — -r.s'-saa tli fpa if i | atgrj I from bin "' intpmritimm gaj ifaswaasitla ach-%  %  RUB AWAY in.J PAIN THIS if tl w il EASY WAY • %  \ Psri i • I, that it seems 1 cap feel i %  %  thri'tv And MeAthotatum' ii yea Dili II i W Rub ii i inv am i • and ii Pain M 1' Inuncdiate relief Irom I sotMHT you Will get 'tcl •d ,t Dr pi CQI i g net..! i and nrst to de%  crlbe tti' knees virus, .served throughout World War II the U A ft] C and wai in at the with the Jurv deadlocked II to Normandy landings, one for a conviction. "' %  ae* devotes bM USne to In his appearance before I Havel and nature study, having an Crime Committee here last yenr, admirable associate in his wife Costcilo was one of its most unwho m ., PWlOW i the Hoyal co-operative witnesses Onee. no GcographKi Society and whose not only refused to answer up and walked Ml Oaf not a \now^."hostw1o'kno^ w'th the spareely-populaU-d ter they are aware of the "upt". ^^^i^T^t^M (a> The phrase "requen _the is one ol the basic problems oi bQ : Harbour Log RcH Gardvnia W Seh Qvid>on. S<1 Txrtta D^i. Beh DOtW. Sfli but war-time service m the A.i .s i la hat lid invaluable as a mi She n was who dubbed their waggon %  'Calamiiv Jane." • %  name which become ismihar in headlines ** the Uiitnii areas followed wall tour Ratfr. Sk-h Hav H>nr> n WaBSM Tlmolliy A H Vnlu>lnv*n MarL.n B.OW.,Hr pleasure of your company" is the Caribbean which it would be MV a style that has long been in the tn*k of any Federal Govern '•'-. a** use for wedding invitations ment to solve." he says. "Brlli-in when the wedding Is to be Honduras Is perhaps the leas' Elven at home, because you proaperous of all the Caribbean uv "" %  ""J-" ore to be visitors to the house, colonies, but it has groat poten3X>S? iuT.lri t When this form is u'U'd, il tlalities for development The „,,_ r pl Camm (101 iiiion for the transfer of some of Jamaica s suruv Dpr !" -i rtu." TIN Rauran*. more Da hn if the I l udauds, prubauij reception as well ..rSSth^Vonour^Vy'our t^TtogtSAT "trSfWnSswo, prSn^ SferTS 1 weddmi •^.population some tercapiLjaj-,;. fjy njainsr. ( hurch because you ritorles and under-DOpulation .n ,**££' g^R, L . W-, !" L*ini M -, rhureh Others must obviously be levelled MV rarlhUre. 10S ton* are to be present„^ ".„,", up. This Is something that could Qumb. from D-mjafc-. or a public hall and doenot gP |rilfd mo J, 8moothlv #W. reception UltiUU ' and effectly. however, if all Uff; oJJJ ikitniK Tobago, will return •I., ii v.il at SI J* an, t ap tui .' i they live since wiling their SOQ-acro Buj c astpghani|*hire ustate Thry intend real leni turning to the West Indies biter u this year for a longer stay but 'c pl have not yel decided in whlcn o tar, aaand they will stay. floh CW. V^Y^ Gets the jCrlmJ Dirt out ot WORK CLOTHES (aster and easier ihasi ANY Soapf Yea, KAB — nrai bki' .'mrdMt MW — ait %  •! *' dirlii'at KrmcnU clein r. whiter, briifbtor — aari lc Kl.V too. Foe your uy tkinira or heavMst .. I, . I: i-ut It on year %  % % %  > % % %  m MM. NOTICES Blind persons cood health may unaccompanied. ritorics concerned were embraced lo are in in the West Indian Federation. be carried "In other direction*, too, complete eo-ordination of the economies tind administrations of the Almost any clever girl can separate West Indian territories "string her employer alonK" j, necessary if all are to enjoy lor l while, but the day will u,e maximum prosperity, prolome when the employer II vided the co-operation of all the clever, too. The proper thing Colonieg Is (blamed, how better to do would be to lind other can this be achieved than bv work and resign before inFederation 1 "' for Trinidad. vited to. a.t:.p. £jh esVerVtf* y UrSelf KATES Of E\CUA\(,i: fegj Apr. i UfAM i Pram S.chl I i CaH) C irtenr) Coua-Mia agver Hall oi S Lucia, t VUKcm UITIILoatd a | ..iiclc I'-I.vl Mail i ii Base. Kw.id Hall ai %  tbr *t\ A pill 1S12 M-llM a Luiii. S. Vkqemi. Oren bv \hr !M \ < ... iq. %  ba cloaad ai U> Uan Mail -i 11 noon, HMUIHM uail at .fail ai ISO I-., "-I April ISBt 1 cua, M.'i i %  K UV CM il r. ii a oavrf J Pint i •. %  .ii at Mail pen.. U llr.l.-r.r.l (>rdiiir Mil at 230 SAVES Use HALF n-Mi.-h Fab at \ I KJ li I >* ~r J | Only Bi ASK TOR REAL MEN-TH O-LAY-T UM •N | TINS I AND I RSI M(| U r*I UtalMtUm Co. LU.. (t if. 18IB) S/M. Cntlmil 1 OR EASIER LOVELINESS USE LIMACOL eg TOILET ovcy MQHXUS OXFORD proves to the world Britain builds the best medium power cars .... you'll be one of a wonderful twosome. You'll both be In Che best designed, ben looking. bit weiring swimwear you've ever seen. For lantien has tomethini. And you an hae it. too. rf you shop soon. Down die years of Morris's long hiloi>. tar. ha\c been produce.I which have set the pace for high putonnjfKv in aiitiiinobilcs ol modeM hmuvr-iwe' r^-day, da M n i OtfOnJ gddj its modern Myliag. pnenson .1 engineering cvcellerKe i. a car wuh proved appeal II* dioa reada i>kc the oata rogucof faaiuras de-icribing nasnj of ihc eorkt'i costly big cars — a l I r. T 'C A is. 30.IIIX. INC.-NO liarlmdbs Co-op Cotton Factory ; FORT ROYAL U \ll ViA I III Phone 2385 Sole Diitributorg Phone 4504 i'V/Av*v/^ ',-,',',-,•,'-•.'.'.-..-.' ////^^/i*VAfV/AV.y/.'''*/.



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TVESDW APRIL 8. 152 HARBAIKK \h\i>< \T1 PACK FIVE SCRAP IRON DEALER GETS TWO YEARS $400 Worth Of Brass ORISKANV HEADS TO SEA AGAIN Fittings Received T A FVTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD Rudolph Howell. scrap iron dealer uf Tweedsidc Road, was yesterday sentenced 11 years' imprisonment with hard labour by Hi" i* "** howell and all of which wero "* hln ^^."5. Jf!? *UJ? %  d with factory breaking "T^V* !" 1 ** £^ W ,-2£^" and larronv of mw.i H,. t D Mr D w *" %  Fisheries Officer. %  r lS y , JT'Jil. "!.. to th Advoeato yesterday that iS?i? w n A£ c y ior doadwood and transom.. Mr. W. W. Recce Q.C Solicitor However work i t.ro*reln General. prcecuted for the ng&TSk by u£ tUoFwSl Crown. Howell was unreprearrives, the frames of nearly a : '!' dozen boats would have been The cafe against Howell was constructed. Mr. Wiles said 'hat ihn Small and he broke into he will probably use mahogany Cliff Plantation between October for U-Bnsoms and greenheart for 20 and 29, • tolc the $402.40 worth deedwood unlil the wood arrive* of brass fitting* and (cols and from British Honduras, scld them to ,I-aurie Marshall, i The work-hop has a good supb-red metal dealer. ply of greenheart keels. No more Howell's defence was a denial men are employed sawing Iree ihat he helped with ihe stealing trunks Into timber slje but two ind the plea'that he had inno r no making sails for the new Small n the matter and he h.ad JJJ^ !" ln r lA v rry how "%  W Induced Small to come and lie i>n iil ..,5 .K MI ,_ hi! behalf. Before sentencing "^fti'."^.'l p, y to h w Small, he lold him he had lo a „H I ceSt whi ^S/'i T? Ukc into nccount his pleading He LZ£ ,S%£"^i'. unity, but he was at a lea. to vmV&J&JfrgE^Sl see why he should come to the a the v rlouf ^ ,SSoES£. Court then and give Ihe jury i BOB-A-JOIl WEEK e i ulos of the Boy %  'D realise at an R mid be 1 not solicited .• of reward through honest I ni broadcast. Duri-ik the next week many, If I .: %  '.. arc UsMning '. will %  ;hr B I A "-elation %  .. | Bailing %  Kh Ainii Bob-aWhj b This 1-rtler Half I ed lo Ynu ? i AssoelaScouter, '<> a job of work some timr di-rtnt 1952. for which he will I earned will help tha fund 1 afori ai.il C • olrcr In| their service* Thev Will be in I'll form and win a) job ,fg|Vl JOB S*5 11 rely false evidence for Howell. Evidence was first taken from' Reuben Ross, the Manager of Cliff I ii. St. John. He laid that on October C6 he closed the factory, leavmj everything secure and when he opened it on the 30th and went into the store room, he noticed a saw in a position In which it was not usually „.,i pld. He .1*. n„„„d £J Tuf.'^'Jo,"' """Si. luhn't l!,.uml I p Lecture On "The Turkey" THI NAVY'S NIWIST and fourth largest aircraft carrier, tha Oritkany, heads out to sea from the Navy Yard In Brooklyn, N. Y. The hugs flattop spent five months on duly In the Mediterranean last yssr. Her present destination was not officially announced. (International) Labourer Gets 2 Years For House Breaking HIS LORDSHIP the Acting Puisne Judge Mr Justice G L. Taylor at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday ever, must be leijarded as the sentenced 24-vear-old labourer Keith Walrond alias "Limminimum that should be paid for olene". of Nelson Street. 9t. Michael, to two years' impris%  } £• ?'" £ u "*"*** V , P V -.L i. J %  L i. • %  i ii \*hj\'\vY \ou think the loo Is onmenl with hard labour after an Assizo Jury found him wurih .,i\a>s remembering the Kuilty of breaking and entering the house of Edwjnl i Ca this card I I enicr the of the job of work done and the you paid therefor. i.i in Fridny's Adi'ornf,to the cnY.-t that 9 If tlxed I must slate that this is not so. It is true that ihe title Bob-aJob suggests the nayOT une shilling Thii, howaplng and' sawing wood. Burning rubbish. %  %  %  pointing. repairing furniture mending fa .hild to tide a bicycle, whitewash n try and cow shed>. Sitting scrubbing, path making plants salvaging bottles sharpening tools For Ijtdy CubmtHm to aged people, helping I cleaning, a )iolihbig menta, ironing, making for Rorfrt uml 5c-ufer\ | suitable |obs abo\ %  pjiring fences, giving rv lessons. P painting gaillatl chairs, mending window sashes, etc, etc Z10 Far Larceny hip Mi <; it. Qriath. A( ling I'.'li.r Magistrate "t ft gfall B4 i felt tiat baloiiajlng to Cadogan. The in %  imprisonment with hard labour %  v CPC "ii tba) ground gtrugcUng. i and the frit h.u %  FOR LINOLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE MANSION HYGIENIC WAX POLISH FOR BRIGHT AND HEALTHY HOMES u-iiKing llr U not \I peeled lo place any value on the 1 Tha per-1 son fui whom he is wmking must 1 do this. Win you giv %  Cub or Smut [ job during this our nrsl Bob-a-Job | bar. broken and on ^ & !" CWS'TSL5£ found a quantity nt St John ?, „,„ St hool U 'V m \ of brass iltings and scmo eng.n6ubJec t of the lecture which beecr's lools missdH. He reported „„, at the matter to the Police. Turkey %  Uiter the police who had been SOME ARTISTS visited St. tarrying out investigations, took John's Parish Church during the him to Laurie Marshall of Roelast week-end and pointed .ccnbuek Street, who dials in metal erics from the site. Browne and stealing articles valued at $68.42. T.ie offence was committed on —— -November 25, 1951. Mr. W W. o *-* Q.O. Solicitor General. SSttCMf Of rrit'llfls appeared for the Crown while •* Walrond was not represented. ga rrem pspe 3 Mr it lUirvTirirn ii W 8 '"""! appeared before the n.\!. A search warrant was carried ,he East Coast out by Cpl. Clyde Nurse and he 111 evidence lold Ihe Court that U h had found live rhliall and a compiss at Small's home In Venture These were the property of Ililman Rice, sn engineer of Cliff Plantation Rice Identified The R.M.S Lady Rodney l| them to Ihe lichee at the time expected to arrive at Barbados on %  nd again in court yesterday. Saturday morning with about 600 Cpl. Nurse and Small left tons of general cargo from CanaSmalls home, first went to dian ports She will be passing Howell whom Cpl. Nurse told through the British Northern that Small had said the two of Islands. them had stolen the brass fittings. On this trip, the Lady Rodney Howell and Small acctmpanied w '" not e leaving port the same Nun* to Marshall's where d v of her arrival. She is expectthe linings were recovered. Later *V ">* nd ab01 '' t * days here they showed the Police where t*fre going on to British Gula for stealing clothing. Uiliicvsos Called they had first hidden the bags of terday The Lady Rodney is consigned to Messrs Gardiner Austin A Co.. GOttSffl ICattstl Weekes a foreman engineer of Cliff Factory and Hllman Rice an engineer, corroborated. i"i !" 7i*u Keuben Ross, the manager's evl*** miira dence. Laurie Marshall also gave evifjtfr (ivtirturtt* donee He said that Howell offered ***r UVeriUMS to Mil him some old metal nsked hii the The prosecution culled on three area from Ihe sea. to prove ltd case Miss W. Walnrlght. Headmisagalnst the accused. Th* defence tress of the Antigua QUTs High also called on three witnesses. School expressed Ov gn The Court heard how on Ihe ciation on l< .If night of November 25. Sgt. Scott ers who have been great!) saw the accused go Into j hOUM by the i.-cent nautical acUvllies by u man named Skinand who hope to have n boat aoni"' ner after Browne had made 1 da] ... report saying that rils house was Finally, at the closing of the iiroken. Sgt. Scott tried to arrest meeting Admiral Sir Knc Fuleithc accused, but ho escaped. ton thanked His Kxrellercv for Browne told the Police that the splendid wort and Pf 1 ^ 00 "' the accused saw hlrn when he Interest he hail 1 >ken In uw left bii house on the night of cruise. November 25 and enquired of bin iBroWn*) ent lime ho -ATHELBROOK" TAKES > pcogragaii ?U "TZned h ne "found' MOLASSES TO T'DAD whS'^ere^tredra^allse The molars tanker AUjelorojb For C ; ,. lelon^ng to B man nr.med Bapcleared porl yastanUy llUtlW riooll and till.missing. won ;. load >f vacuum Pn .-tnber 9. 1951. the Pomolasses for Trinidad Bhfl Uc* arrested the accused who h re on Sunday lo load. "" '' made a statement. Tri file was danMd In* UTO %  msjwing. One witness for the defence the Cham^rlaui Bridge for some said that he gave the accused a minutes while the Athelbeea* ang %  cigarette casr one dl ,. iving Ihe molasses nerlh in the t Street and identified MM one n ner basin of the Careenage sencar showed to him In Court as the ward bound. The Alhelbroea Is consigned to Messrs H. Jason Jones f* 00 Ltd This as aln L is the first /entUTl at its kind itmU <\..v.< n lo* Wu-k was startI band (our years ago and wag lh*n ind bai Mntinuad '<' i % .1 r..iT ruceOSS. It Waj tm.1 in %  imrir.d (|Uite rer Slid iml be a sucIt IV I %  ceded to if the applicant is not in %  %  Job Card 1 inla dor to foil idtcmpts by possible 1 opt sta 1 am sunyou win do your l>est to help us < .. our great boys' dog*. Joseph Clarke Marshall, van driver. Branch of Surinam which was who said that he had driven Small proceeding in the direction of Joes Summing up to the jury. His and Howell to SI Jchn for the River Sugar Factory, was slightly I/>rdship Mr. Justice Taylor told metal and they hid taken the bags damaged. The car turned in the them that live counts in the inof metal from a spot between two opposite direction during Ihe Indictment were alternative; so if I,. ,. n fi>lrt< ot 1 eident and came to rest on the they convict mi Ihe first count fit. Them Howell called Small to give right side. After the driver ey had no need to look at the Hillaby. St AH.IMThey hud to bo yesterday when thev I Summing I •< ACCIDENT AT VAUCLUSE ran of P and I, Franco to pg n that he had 1 -ipeH through the left -Ido, oerond hand in the actual stealing. Small residents of the area helped to put satisfied Ihat the.accused was th lold the Court that he (Small) *"* car hack on its wheels. person who broke Into thehouae had stolen the brass and gone to town on the following day and gSMn Howell He offered Howell Ihe metal and Howell negotiated and that Ihe house Thev had UM 401FOR STEALING fGGS iXZ SS^ST window was broken. broken. of F.dthat 1 motor lorry T—24A 1^" cluse Road Tln-y W*r* t >ki -i to tlic Ci-neral Hospital. The lorry was driven by Milton Harper of Porey Spring. i"' "ituii 't'"i fiowcu negotiated iy-, u . , .. %  .., >,.., -o „, h „„.„ ,„ r . < ^KL? Si k JSJSTL'Si In contemplating ihe second "i^i-„— TZTT*. -. ount they also had to be satisCANE FIRE AT LEARS fine of 40/and 2'costs yesned that the article was stolen n* admitted terday when His Worship Mr. C nnd that the aecuaed. knowing ii Ona and a half acies of second 5. .lemen.. l B Crimth. AcUng Police Magu^was stolen, received ItThe acct >p ripe canes W.T. burnt wl-'h K. K !" -.I 1 ,rale of Drtcl "D" found h#. cused wu found with a cigara fire occurred at l-ear. I'lantaHe Vrided thTi hi. ^fJLTC*!i ull,y * WMl*n four fowl eggs etle case sod this case was Idention. St. George, over UU gftaffkI-L?iXL L2. ta .*l^• m ,l, had from Esthellne Roid the property of James end The the wa. put out by VJ.ll \ .SS r .*"? %  •. Ktd" ld " court that she Bapllste. W>e manager, overseer and labAlter about 20 minutes delibersaw Eslwick go Into her house on After l*0rt delibanUon the ouiers. alion. ihe jur> found Howell guilty April ? and sometime after mlssen u rv then resumed a verdict of The canes are the property of count, receiving the eggs. She then reported thguilty of houscbreaklng and larAfiplewhailes Ltd. and wi t'ro-.N-i-x.,iT.i:. l .-i i that he had made i the Police th-t Ho i N 'he second stolen goods. matter to the Police. ceny. rured. 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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. APRH. 8. 1M2 Qcudb falling i Vlfar* Orianlut %  Antigua on Sunday H W 1 A; on a routinevisit i ton, Agnn tur.it r\*ts*JSSf to the Comrrfroll U i x,cU to br %  11Will M Cn Route To England M \HTl\\ former 09 Hill". lbs "O ... %  %  i on u short visit with tier top Sidner and hi* wife Margaret. Mr. Martin who is original!v from Mnnlscrrat used to live in England years n„o when she reIv-rned to Montserrat to tako OVOT tie hotel. She recently sold it %  in and daughter-in-law n Chell.-nhum came out to Montserrat to accompany her I to Kngland. %  a England on Good Friday and during their stay here the uuesty of Mia* Ann Penrhoen of Kent House. Christ Mr* Martin i> Miss Ponchoen'i aunt. 3.G. Schoolmaster M \NT. J.P.. headmaster of the Ituni Government School. British Guiana, and l^er of the Agr..iiid Scow. M-atrr of No. 25 St. James thi Laaa Troop are on holiday 'i 1. MM .ml is the guest of Mrs rotter of rw> i!i Harper is guaat of Mr*. Alkins Hoad. Mr Grant returns to B.G. In a rVw days' time while Mr Harper i> on a longer holiday. On Holiday M R ALFRED MOORE, son o! the late A. B. Moore of Bank Hall, is back In Barbados spending %  abort holiday with nil family. Mi Moon i* "ill" Alcoa and li\'- t Polrr Fortin Also spending a short holiday with ihe family U Mrs. Dolly ll.M.h widow Of the Ut, of T.i '• tfc n Officer* and a member of tbotl erOW whu-h will toko the T C A scheduled Wednesday flight back to Canada tomorrow guest at the Ocean Vie. (. their way back to the USA.Isundav evening by B.W.I A riding about five weekt'lf,,, !" Puerto Rico for two weeks' holiday here. Thcv were %  tay1na%oUday Me Is staying '.'.urine Hotel >I ....* rence Hotel U.S. Enfineer O lVf" sttWARD 1.1 UIY an en„ !" J "J?* Iirl. gineer from Long |Mow York, who had been holidayJ££', g^ Europe, arrived here on For Easter Holiday* UHI a number l of Venezuela fOtttfskOd —They Trained Two Beetle* to Pull It— Bt MAX BBl KNARF and Banlrf. the Shadows with the turned-about names, found two beetles 'and decided to tame them for riding. "W can sit on their backs and make believe they're horses. 1 said I bar! "I'd rather train them to poll earL" said Hanid. "Th^n they could take as wherever we want tn go. It would be fan having a c.irL V could make-beheva they were ponies Instead of horses."* As for the beetles themselres, thry didn't seem to be much interested In being ei'her horses or ponies. All they seemed lo be interested in was darting off and crawling under a rock. Hairpin Fence Knsrf and Hanid put up a little fence made of hairpins and matchsticks. The fence went all around the two captive beetles so that they couldn't get out except through a sort of gate made of a broken comb. But this gats was always kept closed except while Knsrf and Hanid wire training them. Knarf made a harness and saddle for each of the beetles, and he snd Hanid got on their backs. It wasn't ra*j making them go to the places where Knsrf and Hanid wanted ihcm to go. They would scamp* r along in a lively fashion down the tiny path that led across the mead ow Rut every time they spied a rock, they both forgot they were being trained as make-believe horses and tried to dive under them. One day Hanid found an empty vatch-boi. She put little buttons under It to take the place of wheels. ind stuck a pencil out straight in front to hitch the por.ies to. It ws i wonderful cart, just the right site n pair of beetles tr pull. Knarf was overjoyed when hrsaw t. He went sad told everyone in the rlsMd about how he and ilanid were going to go driving LaffOwSjh the meadow. He told Squire and Blirky Mole, and *r>. rrow. and the Robin family, and Willy Toad, and Mr. Orumsih taw Frog, snd all the rabbits end chirmii' ; "Watch for us'h# ... %  • ".rough the m en de w in five Then Knarf and Hanid got the ro beetles out through the gate In their fence and hitched them to the pony cart. Knarf sat in the front and i eld the reins. Ilanid sat In the said rile of the cart w Knarf steered the beetles %  ky's doer so that fllinky wo'.. J risve a good look. And the next tecond the two beetles, the pony rsrt. Knarf and Hanid and e:i all went tumbling : he bole. K' s-f snd Hanid never could find %  eUOl again. But it was :. foi they had quite de(>ea didn't make the bev kind p| ike-bflieve ponies. l si beetles. I'l \l lit I.OYK1.Y ELIZABETH TAVLOK STAiS PARAMOUNT'S ••A I'l \( I IN SHE %UN" A LOVE STORY CF TODAY'S YOUTH... w*hat a picture of strength snd energy! Here's a man who enjoys good health all the year round... Sevens*. I cod liver oil I: the finest natural food tst so concentrated form, iut those essential f Jts and vitamins you need to restore your energy and keep you In tplcndid health. NATURAL SEA-FHESH VltAMIM FOOD Sever.SaaS IHJIID m hfilf f 6, t m I* A-i —. I in;i\ m n* -*—"W /* %  *0 .*> ASWo • %  -faa—w. as** ' ST ">KES A BYNOE LTD-AGENTS. Port-of-Spain. Trinidad, returned home over the WTek-end bv LA.V csterday evening by ft W I A Mr. Smith arrived here on Sunday by B.W I A from Antigua where he had been on a business visit and spent the following day here staying at the Windsor Hotel. OH to Venezuela Roach and Mr. Simons are employed with the Si-.' bean petroleum Company. Insurance Officers nr*WO Executive Officers of th' 1 Manufacturers Life Insurance .Company of Toronto. Mr A. R Ferguson, Agency Superintendent ] and Mr. T. B. Close. Assistant I Secretary, arrive to-day at SaewtJD. ; together with Mr. L C. rVrher. -anch Manager. Trinidad. Mr. Ferguson and Mr Close are .i their yearly inspection visit j to the Caribbean Area Ab\F.RTISE /\ THE ADVOCATE GEORGE STEVENS' A I'l ACE IN THE SIN -.%  %  -MIHIINI SATl RI>AV. APRIL 12TH AI THE EMPIRE Under the Patronage of •j Ueg, (JRANTLEY ADAMS | DIAMONDS IN YOUR xHAIR. Yoo can make your dull, iii-, hurd-to-manago hair sparkle like diamonds! I'se Pluko Hair Dressing and see howlt brings out highlights. With Pluko your hair looks softer. longer, silkier—beinm.-s MI easy to arrange. M ,: It E txue la. A. BONCI of Vencretumed home la*t by B.W.IA. afterJ BSSSfed %  lrft on Sunday evening li.w I A for Trinidad id Slid DO cut it with young Venezuela where he will Join the i k who celebrated DOT staff of the San Tome Oil Company birthduy two days later. tot a short p*vtosV M" T "s, A ? s L m r k SSS"-a ^"^ s .r'i„; 5 ,K ^^"sIsISi' .ccon,p.nlI b, hU wilt "2?"i^.Sf £ 2££ b0 !i E none u .piwi ...h ih. The Women's Editor J \ sks. . two poop e arc apilng the sami porkint ii a street, which DM La antlUod to lbs D.I ihc young ultra-moderns LbO titles "Mr." and in making introductions? difference between convent icn bod %  *•" quette' If a person Insists against the objection^ of others upon playing his choice programme on the radio, would he be roI krdod .i ,i i udijiersim" How many days does a weekhnof Is It correct to use "and family on an envelope? When some UIUVOM : 'dont happens at a dinner. i %  lot .• guest to offer assistance if at the moment __^^ no servant Is present* 1 S What is the, .hllirence In ^J* *• meaning between the two COOII>M^ Venezuela Branch of the Shred' Company of Canada. B.B.C. Radio Programme II i ral n> ThHm, • IS | He.. 13 p Sand; MaepA*-r*on. J 00 p m ol the Week. 9 IS pre phra-es appearing on weddm,: Ni.hi. at th* Opers, s as p m UI*I*T Invitations: 'Request the ""'/X. 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But why let yourself becoaae edgy. naa-d o wa—or so nervous yoo cry without cause—i aw* %  *• ia Isfe? For nearly fifty years wise •awn have been aasetiig ibis ortssatsoa aswasly — by getting plenty of rest, fresh air, wb nlu snss s food and by Ukiog L>r Chases Nerve Food to buudthcaa ap. For the Viiaasir. Bi, iron aad other aeeded aatnenU ui thiBtiaae-ieared tonic help build up yossr v:iaLty sod aid sa tosuag ap the entire syste m so you caa face the fat are %  fta i Stf lence. Give DT. Chase's Nerve Food a chaace to help banish nervous kaanasHJ i sssti ll sosta a o rasi btter, ami feel better. The swase "Ihr. Chase" si ywac aanuraaor. IS MMassTBssT^BsssMB^ EASTER SPECIAL!! • CHILDREN'S PLASTIC n o o n 1 1 rn K\ rm ES 1 MI'IIIK SaS C-aUa.ia< Dally IU a S SS • IK aOUDI COL11DS C*a*S 1" I'raaxalar Speeu. N.-r B*forr Film HOW iKArrtD" i IKI U O* DANOWMID a THI %  i ss a a is TB1B 1'IH I 1 %  sar iia SWAM. !M>. DOSV mi ourro* aoO .,AITI1EH6 HIS MAN I'KUH rUA-SBT X mtti .*"! 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I'M. i rorit n.irtRirxiADVoc.xTr. rVKSOAT, APRIL 8. 1M BAKBADOS^ADV^TE %  l.iv. April K, IM2 mils BY! IT IS impossible to praise loo highly the lucid analysis presented in chapter II of %  it of thi> Comptroller of Development and Welfare In the West Ind:es 1951. ,:rr puts his linger on the weaknwaw of our nonlc condition and adds a doubt which has been fre(jui-nily ix pressed in this newspaper whether the present mood of optimism regirding puilic tinances is altogether soundly baaed' And he says unequivocably what is true thai there has been a tendency to tjgiiflw that the recent rate of increase in annual yields of revenue can .tamed man ears uregard as reactionary or even enemies of progress. Not only does the author of chapter II prick the false bubble ol i -i-'. ..ptmnsm, but he points to the perpetual skeleton in the West Indian economic cupboard when he writes "in a tropical region which Is subject to the hazards of climate and occasional earthquakes, prudence demands the accumulation of reserves against wide variations in revenue yields which may be due to such natural factors as well as to market oscillations". He underscores this point by refarring to the severe hurricane which hit Jamaica in August and to the action of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom in providing grants and interest free loans totalling £4.6 million, and the supplementing of these sums by substantial relief funds and private contributions. Not only Jamaica is in this perilous condition of dependence on others because of no adequate reserves. "Most of the governments are working on a negligible margin, while some have deficits and few have any considerable reserve funds". The writer also emphasises what all financial experts have consistently emphasised that at present "it would not appear to be economically desirable to add to the general level of taxation by import duties or by the direct taxation of incomes, although no doubt there is scope for some improvement in the collection of these Governments instead "should at this stage direct fiscal policy towards covering commitments already known from current taxation", That is excellent advice. Will it be taken? This amte observer ol the West Indian e background points another finger at an evil which is generally admitted to be prevalent throughout the area the lack of information which is topical and te regarding the yields of revenues from taxation. Another shrewd observation of great significance is the high tigure of expenditure on capital works provided d Welfare and other i compared with expenditure from local revenues. He also touched on a very sensitive and almost untouchable subject, which is conveniently forgotten by all %  Jients for obvious reasons, when he referred to import duties. These generally i of the total revenues and while the rates of duty are not unduly high, a large part ol the revet.ue is derived from duties on essential food:, uch as flour and the cheaper types of clothing. vernment will like the idea that nent, especially as in Barbados, a merit committed because of the Bushc Experiment to follow the advice of the party with a majority In the House of ly, is somehow connected with the high cost ol living. Not only would this seem here i" be imlitical heresy but it tends to split the effect of the prejudice effectively exploited in this community auainst the unfortunate people known under the collective term of merchants. The author of this chapter does service Indian communities and to the British taxpayer who wiil eventually have to pay for any mismanagement of our •man when he asks whether at a time of high prices there sfaould not be an attempt r sucp duties on aaaint.al commodities as playing a large part in the increased coal ol living of the poorer people" There is much more that IB xceUMU in this chapter and in other chapters of the If the politicians of the area would purchase it (price 80 cents from the Colonial Secretary's office Bridgetown) and read d until thev had maswhat an Improvement would be noticed in the standard of political deil'lies end c .uncila of the British Caribbean. The People Close To The Queen an opprajsal of the new fount of rminsrl around the Throne . 'K.I ; with a matter which in the liht of past events dominates all other-. A proposition is advanced: There should be a Master of theQueen'-. Medicine Barbados Builds Lp Flying ish Industry SIR CT.< II. WAKI-XFY. President, Ro : ,al College of IIAMK HILDA LLOYD. PrrMdrnr. Royal Cotlrur of ObstrtrlHam ft Gvn*fcalogin SIR WALTER RLSSKLL BRAIN President, Royal College of Physicians Should These Three Name A Man To (iuard The Queen's Health? THE Queen, on this 48th day of her reign, has a divided Household, consisting of those who have lost their jobs because she ts no longer Princess Elizabeth, and thoai who in ta*ja> aatfea baciiusr the King is dead. All, however, are busy. Matters are being arm But thev are not being rushed. The customary six months' notice fat officials on the death of the BowreUfn Ii beJnfl i (tended The Queen has said: "Let the old team stay together until after the Coronation. Let my former staff lend a hand in the menntime. Then we can sort things out." In the old team, from the Lord Chamberlain to the chief clerk at the Royal Mews, names will be reviewed and. In some cases, changed; but one appointment she Is not likely to declare. This will be no precedent, for no Monarch since 1594 has appointed a Chief Physician. A Vital Poat THERE will be a Master of the Horse. And, no doubt, the Duke of Beaufort will continue to control the equerries, pages, grooms, stable servants, and to supervise the royal stables, stud, and kennels. There will be a Muster of the Music; and even though the post has become honorary rather than executive. Sir Arnold Bax may solemnly be reassigned. But towards a nomination for the vital post of "Master of the Medicine" no steps are likely to bo taken. Members of the medical profession are deeply anxious about this Their anxiety may well be shared by the public, wishing health unto her Majesty. The Queen, if she follows precedent, will appoint about 25 Bhystcians and surgeons to the eelicol Household. All these will be front-rank men. and they will carry on with their normal jobs— a* eye surgeon, ear surgeon. gynaecologist — unless they are summoned to a royal home. Thev will hava rqual status. Than W 'H be no "chairman," no one doctor with the plain responsibility to make ; %  difficult decision when then U disagreement. This, say doctors in advance, will he a weakness in the chain of protection guarding the Queen's fortunes. It is a weakness rooted In the burled and no longer relevant past. Elizabeth the First had a Chief Physician. a Portuguese Jew n.imed Roderigo Loper But a Spanish spy accused of trying to poison the Queen gave Lopez's name as a fellow-conspirator. Iifferr. ,,|L -M'.IK •vtdei hanged, drawn and quartered In 1594 One Man . SO It was decided, from then on. to have no Chief Physician who could uae his privileged closeness to the Monarch for political ends. The committee system began. Since doctors, however, may be of equal skill but varying personality, it has happened—and recently — that one doctor has hi* colleagues with his quality of leadership Such a man was Lord Dawson of Penn. physician to King George V ll. I—miad the unofficial role of rmdu-al chief to his sovereign and performed it brilliantly. Their Dismay NOW the men who attended King George ,VI were the equal of Lord Dawson in medical knowledge; but there was no one among them to whom the rest looked automatically for leadership when concern for the King's health became serious last May. A diagnosis Is one thing, and many brilliant specialists may i on it. But a course of action is another thing, and the specialists may i e left undecided. In such circumstances a man of Lord Dawson's calibre la needed. And In serious ailmentlike the lung growth from which the King vas fullering, delay, Inc.ed, can dangerous than a decision to undertake an exhausting operation The professional journal. Medical Press, stated: "It v. fresh sense of dismay thnt wo read of the uneasiness provoked by the persistence of hi* hin| symptoms after what appeared to be an attach Of in flue nu in the spring, for this could only have one meaning. "The subsequent examinations, culminating as they did In a decision to remove a lung, made it only too clear that not even royalty can hope for Immunity from one of the most notably increasIng of modern diseases, neoplasm ('MOliotiaat grou'lh) of the lung." A Quest ion IN September, before any official bulletin-, were issued, American K in lists were saying that the j was suffering from a growth in the lung. It is not disputed that by the time Sir Clement Price Tftomag was called In to remove the King'.* left lung, the right lung was also affected. True, the King died of a heart attack which his doctors could not possibly have foreseen. But after the "Deration they knew he could not live many mrc months because of his lung trouble. Now the question Is being posed: How can Queen Elizabeth the Second, In the calm of sound health, find a second Dawson ol Penn? Hil-or-MiM? IT Is suggested thai the hit-ormis* method of previous Monarch* should he abandoned. They have chosen their doctors much as any private patient makes his choice— by the recommendation of C friend. And when they felt 111 they behaved like anyoneelse and *ent for the doctor !he> liked moat. On this favoured doctor, no' necessarily the best-qualified man available, the Monarch would rely to call in further help if the trouble looked garlOUJ. When the King felt better he could dismiss his doctors — oven against their advice. Does this explain why the no doctor at hand when the King died In the night at Sandringham" They await— THE Queen's hea.th. robust now will be at all limes the deep concern of her people. Some person, it is now argued, shoula be held responsible fur its can For [he political argument agairu having a Chief Physician is non sense In the 20th f the Royal College Ol oi'siitricians and GynaecoleajM These three, to be sure, could select a genera) pr.utittoner of a standing to command the respect of specialists. He would have. It is hoped, a strength of character to win the position, if not the title of "Master of the Queen's Medicine." He could be a second Lord Dawson of Penn. He could earn the nation's gratitude. FROM this focus on one aspect of the Queens Household, on to consider all thote u-ho stand on the steps of the Throne, and uho ran be consulted in etnerueticy or crisis. To attei thiir potentialities. tt .i* first ntf-'naru how far the Queen herself can influence the course of political and economic events in ""is h<-r Realm. If hen t,v know that. \rc ra. with a more understanding eye. estimate the qualities of her advisers. — L.E.8. News From Britain "I'm ruined in England" said H.il|>h Slater. Rvtr sine* the days of Dr. MesniiT hypnotists have had their ups and downs. For the last ten years a few professional hypnotists have been making quite a success In Britain. Ralph Slater. (born in Russia as Joseph Polsky, 42 years ago) was perhaps the bet showman among the hypnotists. But Ihbj week at Lewes Anise the judge awarded damages against him. to be paid to a m be had hypnotised on the stage four years ago. The other hypnotists in the busine-s are divided. One group, of medical hypnotists w to see all variety performances brought to an end. Another group makes its best living from the variety shows, they have only a Honor Interest bi upex I for smoking etc To my experience, most of the hypnotist* are experienced und cautious men. They know that they are playing with a very powerful force and they are usually very onrehd to leave no damage behind. On one occasion a girl In the audience at a show given by Peter Casso I remained in a trance. He was rble to take her out of her trance by te>li*s4*one later In the evening. Probably if Ralph Slater had been as careful no case could have been brought against him. WIDELY DISCUSSED Now hypnotism Is, of course. being widely divussed. Doctors ore Interested in it as a form of, semi anaesthetic in child birth but they usually regard it as a rather dangerous form of drug as it needs a great deal of skill to eon r trol. The obvious benefits to be gained from the use of mild bjrpnosls are ea*y cures for too heavy smoking, or other habits However it has never been shown that hypnosis is an effective answer to alcoholism. Now there ts a Private Members Bill before Parliament that seeks to put hypnotists under medical control .i reasonable precaution. SERETSE KHAMA Seretse Khama sst In the I Commons %  all) his hands folded watching the %  iiamn of his life unfold Yet another hectic w< scene. Surely it is a strange fate for this young and unassuming ; D. T. ROBERTS) law studen:. who happens to be I) %  bento the tribal ebiof I single tribe in a South Afi nan Protectorate, to be the centre or such a clash of principle. For the basic reason why Seretse's case Is debated at Westminster is jhat law and custom in the borough of St. Panrras London find nothing wrong and little even incongruous, in the marriage of European and African. Yet all over most of that Continent of Africa custom is certainly outraged, and in some territories the law would actually be defied by such a marriage. Sojretse Khama—the grandson of the great Khama who made a treaty with Queen Victoria—is a person of importance because M of the leaders in the "protected' ;ire. that South Africans most covet. If thi-s.Proti torates are a success. poUUcelly, racially and KSjnondtaUy, then British policy will bo heavily Justified and South African nationalism MH oosBahul} defied Seretse s inter-racial marriage set the eat among the pigeons because it is Just the thing of whit b B Uth Africans of European extraction are moat afraid. Of COUna there is a political background to tills latent decision to ban Sere-te Khama from his hereditary place. The cause is that for nearly two years the Bamangwato Reserve has been rated directly by British civil sen-ants i Mlier than through a native oalef. The tribe would not seek a new chief while there was uncertainty about Seretse's future. Now he is banned Indefinitely and the Govhope is that the tribe will pick upon a new chief and settle it* own government without him. In the House of Commons the whosa mrtdoal looked as bad as possible. The suggestion that Seretse should have a job In Jamaica read like a brie*—and was greeted with Jeers. The Government was obviously dlsconcerted by the ebenaui el the Joint Labour and Liberal protest. Incidentally. It was difficult to argue that Conscn-ativcs had banned Seretse in order to assist U a Party in South Africa In its fight against D> Nationalists extremists. At the moment Dr. Malan could hardly be less popular in Britain and the chances of the United Party seem to be increasing rapidly. COMRADES SLIP UP I see the British Daily Worker had a scoop recently. The Communists' daily newspaper printed a photograph of a "shoulder flash" Inscribed U.SS.H. On this l a campaign. Said the America and Britain are organising an army of riffraff for the invasion erf Russia. The Dsjfa Worker gleefully called it the 'Traitors Flash". A Labour M.P. who Is rather more'gulliblc than the rest believes the Daily Worker, finally followed up the comrade's campaign and asked a question of the Secretary of War about this villainous "nhouldcr flash". The answer area smoith and easy. A supply of shoulder flashes had been manufactured during the UsM Ontt for wear by the citizens of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic, who happened to be sen-ing with His Majesty's Force*. After the war the remaining supplv were pulped, said theWar Secretary. After that v,e Dally Worker should be pulped too. SUSPENDED M.P. Bessie Braddock. the voluminous red girl from Merseysade. has achieved the doubtful distinction of being the first woman M.P to be suspended. Sixju*t stood up and refused to sit down, declaring that the Chair had deliberately overl.-*ed her and had nut allowed srOTTU II llishl A Favourite at all The Leading Club& Ask for SCOTTISH CREAM. WHISKY at Your Grocer. M£ PRESENTS i I ill-in Boxes I to Ito. i -.Lrr'v Biscuits 1 to 3 lbs. M %  r -11:11 -i 1 la w e hurWimnn's

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