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The Barbados advocate
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ESTABLISHED 1895

Taft Claims Victory
In Illinois: Heads

Primary Voting List

(By JOHN L. CUTTER

_._ SENATOR ROBERT A. TAFT claimed a “smashing”
victory in the Illinois Primary on Wednesday and said he
now has one-third of the delegate votes needed to win the
Republican Presidential nomination.

_ General Dwight D. Eisenhower's backers derided the
Illinois outcome as a “hollow” victory for the Ohio Senator
and predicted a comeback for their candidate in the New
Jersey Primary next Tuesday.

Senator Estes Kefauver of Ten- -
nessee was “satisfied” at his
showing in the Democractic prim-
ary but it did not necessarily win
him any delegates for the Demo-
cratic Presidential nomination.
The [linois Democratic’ leaders
intend to throw the state’s entire
delegation to Governor Adlais
Scevenson who got a trickle mt
“white” in primary votes if lie
will give them the “go” sign.

Taft’s victory in Illinois added
to the Wisconsin and Nebraska
triumphs a week ago gave a firm
mid-western foundation to his
pre-convention campaign. It takes
a bare majority of 603 delegate
votes to win nomination at the
Republican National Convention,
Taft said he now has about 200
with about one-fourth of the dele-
gates chosen.

A tabulation of 343 delegates
chosen so far gave Taft 180; Eisen.
hower 7 Harold Stassen 21
Governor Ear] Warren 6; General
Douglas MacArthur 2; unecom-
mitted 63.

Taft and Eisenhower have made
conflicting claims on some of those
in the “uncommitted” column
particularly in the 46 vote dele-
gation from Michigan.—U.p,

Escaped
Prisoner
Recaptured

The Police yesterday a



about 1.30 ‘o'clock recaptured
George Gooding, a prisoner who
escaped from a gang at Codring-
ton on Tuesday shortly before
noon. He was found in a field of
canes at Waterford plantation.
Police dog Rip and members of
the District “A” Boys’ Club gave
valuable assistance to the Police.

Gooding who was undergoing a
four-year term of imprisonment
imposed at this Session for the
larceny of a tweed suit valued
$85.00, made good his escape while
the gang in which he was work-
ing was talking breakfast

Following up a lead given them
this morning, the Police under
Inspector G, Springer surrounded
a_ field of canes at Waterford
Plantation, and summoned further
assistance from Central Police

‘tion '

Police Dog Rip and members of
the District “A” Boys’ Club came |
into the picture in helping to car-
ry out an intensive search of the |
field in which Gooding was found |
crouching under a bunch of canes.
He was eventually turned over to
the Prison Authorities,

It is reported that Gooding |
effected his escape by a hoax that
he wanted to step aside for toilet
purposes, He was granted per-
mission, and it was during this
period that he escaped.

The police were summoned and
they quickly formed a search party
of twenty strong and splitting up}
in sections, carried out a a
of a wide area.





Relations Strained |

In Russo-Czech
Trade

VIENNA, April 9.

The Czechoslovak Minister of
Foreign Trade Dr. Antonin Gre-
gor suddenly returned home from
Moscow as indications mounted
that the Russo-Czech trade ne-
gotiations have run into serious
difficulties,

An official Communist newspa-
per tude Pravo in reporting
Gregor’s arrival made no mention
of the new trade accord, although

talks started more than .four
months ago.
Gregor spends two or three

months in the Soviet capital each
year, but his return to Prague
is usually preceded by the an-
nouncement of an agreement.

He made a brief appearance
at the Parliamentary Committee
Meeting in Prague on March 21.
On March 5, he was missing
from the Cabinet Meeting indi-
cating that he immediately re-
turned to Moscow.’ Observers here
noted that this was accompanied
by sudden disappearances of top
Czech officials. Prime Minister
Antonin Zapotocky dropped out
of public sight during late Feb-
ruary and most of March with-
out any official explanation of
his absence.

Last week President Kiement
Gottawald failed to attend his
mother’s funeral and an an-
nouncement said he was ee

MEETING CONTINUES
MAY 15

LONDON, April, 9.

The meeting between the Minis-!

ter of State for the Colonies and
the joint deputation from the
Caribbean Labour Congress (Lon-
don branch) and WISU will be
resumed May 15th,

Hav bados

et
THURSDAY, APRIL

WASHINGTON, April 9.

HON. H. A. CUKE
AND THE BLACK
BOOK

Writing in the Sugar Journal
of South Africa, Mr. G. W, Ham-
mond a delegate of the Com-
monwealth Sugar Conference
tells an interesting story of H. A.
Cuke and his Black Book.

Among his personal buipres-
sions of the delegates he says:

“A representative who was of
tremendous assistance, particular-
ly in evolving the price formula
in the agreement, was Mr H, A,
Cuke, O.B.E., of the West Indies.












~

|

“Vion. HA. CURE, CBE. |

gains
To the South African delegates 'Council elections which began last
Thursday in
off his jacket at the meetings to “Nd end to-day (Wednesday).

he was remarkable for two things.
The first was the way he took,



work more easily in his shirt
sleeves—and this in weather

second was his
which contained records of prac-
tically every commodity used in
the sugar industries of the West
Indies and their prices for many
years ago. It was claimed with
more than a little justification
that he could tell the price paid
for tintacks in 1928. Mr. J. E. M.

,Dixon, an Australian representa-
| tive

made an offer of £5,000
for the book, but there was’ no
sale!”



' ‘

Strike Continues |
13 STATES INVOLVED |

NEW YORK, Aprij 9.
Mass meetin of non-striking!
telephone workers in some 400)
exchanges throughout the United
States were ordered, threatening
to tie up long distance and non-|
dial service in 43 states and in}
the District of Columbia.



Meetings were called for 1 p.m,
by leaders of the Communications |
Workers of America (C.1.0.) }
to discuss the three-day old!
strike of C.W.A. members against |
the Western Electric and Bell |
system companies in New Jersey, |
Michigan, Okio and pete
California.

Roving bands of Western Elec- |
tric pickets yesterday intensified :
nationwide “hit and run”. picket- |
ing at company offices and build-|
ings. Three hundred thousand |
union members employed by Bell
system were ordered to observe
picket lines wherever they were
set up.

Union officials said picketing |
was to be “intensified” today but
no specific plans were revealed.

—UP.

Britain Wants
Barbados Aloes

Possibilities for the revival of
the Barbados Aloes Export Trade
which once flourished in this
colony are being discussed again,
The suggestion has been mooted
by a Liverpool firm which has
made inquiry regarding the like-
lihood of Barbados being able to
supply this article in commercial
quantities,

The firm in a letter to the local





, Chamber of Commerce states that

they normally import from the
Netherland West Indies, Curacao
and Venezuela, but if the material
is Barbadian, or a British col-
ony, we should course prefer
to obtain supplies from this
source.

It is pointed out in the letter
that the material is normally
packed in 1 ecwt, cases ih sclid
form, and the Chamber was in-!
vited to give addresses of sup-
pliers.

A reply has been sent to the
jfirm which made the inquiry stat-
jing that the matter is under
|investigation, and that it has been
referred to the local Director of
| Agriculture



















ahead with a positive Conserva-
tive programme, but instead, has
if anything,
cratic controls, The demand for
the denationalization of the iron
and stee] anq trucking industries
was symptomatic of that feeling.
The paper bore signatures of five
Parliamentary secretaries and as-
sistants to Cabinet Ministers, who

leader and the Government

particularly by the results from
County Council elections which
showed a
Labour,

Tories won national office.

Jenging Churchill that he
which to the South African dele-|198e another general election now
gation was decidedly cold. Thej!! he dared c :
‘black book’,|58id they would do their duty to

lelephone Workers’ ‘dissatisfaction with increased liv-



—s*

ce





Younger
Conservatives

+. e e

Dissatisfied

LONDON, April 9.
THE YOUNGER Conserv-
ative members of Parliament
are dissatisfied with the
course Government has taken
Since the election. Churchill
goes before a special Con-
servative Committee this
evening to défend his pro-

gramme.

There was little question
that Churchill would be able}
to keep the party in line but

there were storm signals
when 48 Conservative Parlia- MR.
ment members signed an| Savage. €0 Tight are:

order paper calling for im- Bayley is facing them.

mediate steps to denational-
ize the steel and trucking in-
dustries.

Younger Conservatives
that Churchill has not



feel
pushed













expanded bureau-











Bayley yesterday morning
Herbert Bayley’s collection










home piiatalias, took much
r.




Dissatisfaction was intensified






site page. f

His most valuable stamp is a
copy of a stamp dated 1863. With
this stamp, due to some error on
the part of the printers, Messrs.
Perkins Bacon & Co., a mistake
was made in the colour of it. It
is a one shilling stamp and was
printed in blue in the exact shade
of the one » instead of
brown-black, and the error Was
not discovered until the stamp
reached Barbados. It was the
first intenticn of the local Gov-
ernment to issue these one shil-
ling stamps and alter the colour
of the penny stamps, but
learning that this would involve
considerable expense of a new die
and plate, the idea was abandoned
and it was agreed that these shil-

OLD ISSUES






swing back toward
five months after the








Labour Gains

Starting with key London and
Middlesex, county after county
*eporteq Labour in the






d and Wales














are chal-
he would

Socialists already

Conservatives

pull Britain out of her post-war
economic crisis even if it means
more harsh measures and growing
unpopularity for two years or
more.

And Churchill certainly has no
intention of calling any new gen-
eral elections when he has just
started “cleaning up the mess”
after six years of Socialism.

But Conservatives themselves

admitted that the size of Labour
gains reflected varied national

ing costs, such measures as cuts
in food subsidies, and the feeling
that the Churchill Government is}

doing too little. ; 4.;.|THE STAMP (left) is one of the
The London Times said editori-| frst stamps issued in Barbados on

ally that the elections may indi-| April 15, 1852. At the right is the
cate that universal suffrage has|most valuable Barbados Stamp. It
finally brought a permanent shift \is worth $300. It was erroneously
of political power in Britain to the {printed in blue instead of brown-
Left.—U.P. ‘black. Only two are known to exist,

42 Killed In Caracas
Church Stampede

CARACAS, April 9.
ONE OF THE GREATEST disasters in Venezuela in
many years took place at about 3 o’clock this morning
when thousands of panic-atricieen church goers attending
an Easter service at the century-old Santa Teresa Church
here rushed out, trampling under foot scores of children,

women and age ople.
ged people. The number of dead counted

; 6o far is 42, according to police
TFC. Plane





reports. Other casualties includin





BAYLEY points out the various Barbadian Stamps to His Excellency and Lady
Major Denis Vaughn, A.D C., His Excellency and Lady Savage.

GOVERNOR INSPECTS LOCAL [22:3 ces
STAMP COLLECTION |= >"

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR and Lady
Savage visited the Jewelry Store of Messrs. Alexander
first issue to the current issue. Lady Savage, who is a very

Bayley has been a philatelist for the past 40 years.

He has now designed a special album for Barbadian stamps.
He has every local issue and the history of it on the oppo-

upon}





10, 1952
KL. LOCKS ON





| They Turn Down
600 Dollars (U.S.)

THE SECRETARY of the Chamber of Commerce in-
formed the Council of that body yesterday that the Con-
troller of Currency was willing to release up to $1,200
American Currency, for the purchase of a number of

National Geographic Magazines containing the article on
Barbados by Mr. Charles Allmon.

At the last meeting of the
Council, Mr. A. De L. Inniss drew
attention to the article which he
said served as a first class ad-
vertisement for Barbados, and the
Suggestion was made that the
Chamber discuss with the Barba-
dos Publicity Committee the
possibility of advertising in the
Geographic Magazine,

Within the past few Weeks, the
Secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce investigated the pogsi-
bility of obtaining copies of the
particular issue of the Magazine,
‘nd the publishers replied thank-
ing the Chamber for their tribute

the article, and offering to
Supply up to 2,000 copies of the
issue at a special) rate.

The matter was then referred
ty the Controller of Currency
who expressed his willingness to
release $600.00 for the purpose
of advertising, or in the case of
the Chamber wanting to make
purchases, to release $1,200.

The Chamber's representative
on the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee went into the matter with
the Publicity Committee, and
reported that after much discus-
sion, the Committee decided that

2 Planes

.
Missing
COLORADO, Agzil §. .

Two planes carrying a total
of 12 persons are missing in
the vicinity of Denver but
search efforts were hampered
by a snow storm accompanied
by strong winds which blank-
eted eastern Colorado.

A United States Air Force
B 26 with eight passengers and
three crewmen vanished yes-
terday after reporting it was
only 25 miles east of Denver
on a trip from Kansas City.

Another plane piloted by a
reserve army officer disap-

peared on a flight from Colo-
rado Springs to Denver last
Thursday night.

It was last reported three miles
UP

south of Denver.





Uranium
Discovered
In Yugoslavia

(By HELEN FISHER)
BELGRADE, April 9.

Mr.

in view of the fact that that sum
could be spent to better advantage |
m other means of advertising



‘ Uranium ore has been dis-
i 7 : yesterday meeting of the covered in Yugoslavia and its
I arruni For Council of the Chamber, the;| ictation must make the © site

question as to who should be) tempting to the Russians.
The

responsible for purchasing the find is in Yugoslavia’s
oples was raised, and after some! «pot

Finland Fund
discussion, it

A fund has been started to the Chamber

corner” the mountainous
was decided that! strumina valley where the Bul-
should canvass its arian, Greek and Yugosiay

where they were shown Mr.
of Barbadian stamps, from the

defray the expenses ‘of Ken members with a’ view to their tontlers j 1 : 4

‘ ‘ iers meet. The yalley is one

‘ Farnum at the Olympic Games rchasing some copies to , be ley :

interest in the collection, in Helsinki next vuly, pea yng OA 2 MD > of the ancient invasion routes

sent to their Principals, not neces through Balkans most re-
sarily in America or Canada, cently We is 1941. when Ger-

places where Barbados man armies strove throw, it to
so much advertised the sea cutting off several Greck
divisions.

Give now and help to place but
West Indies cycling on the Mar ae
sporting map of the world. rae

Donations can be sent to the
Royal Bank of Canada, Bar-
clay’s Bank and the Barbados

It was felt that when this was

pling stamps should be replaced by done, the Tourist

ha mountains form
1 further printing in the desired

Committee of] the southern tip of the north-



: ‘he Chamber, along with Hon, K. hi as alread
at Snow Se Ie. a Advocate. R. Hunts calla again take the| Provided. w oh te aeerer
one Shilling = in matter up with the arbados | for ¢ t . Almost due
| isiand, but at the gr nengteme are eerie? a Publicity Committee. hav tn s|feae = igieine’ hea ok
at they could net ye usec a, Barbados Youth mething concrete to show them,) Ruhovo ulgaria. 1 Soviet run
Barbados in the way of business, Movement 1.00 ‘ad try to get their assistance in| uranium mine haa been shipping

These stamps were nat returned Fred Goddara 25.00 Hearing the cost of purchasing sixty carloads of ore per day to

ee printers and it is an inter- 2 a the 2,000 copies. Russia. according to a Bulgarian
7 ie - ineber Brtates tie Total . $146.00 refugee who worked for a year
them. he



in the mine.

ye Geologists have long expected
U.N. Lose Hi jthat uranium would be discov-

ered in Yugoslavia due to exten-
s.ve lead deposits but this is be-

10,000 and a similar amount sent
by the printers to replace those
jprinted in blue, left
1October 29, 1863,
Mr. Bayley has



London on

Whale Seen

also a beauti-« SEOUL, Korea, April 9

ieve to be the first definite
ful group of the first adhesive e ne eye oh OF ae pete ee of their predictions,
Barbados Postage stamps which Off Harrison on te Sore tas eee we —U.P
|were PEACE AGN Oe Apr Te e ists stormed the peak from three ON MURDER CHARGE
1852, Point directions almost trapping Uni- Giem.Gat Own Corramiamats
ied Nations Soldiers in a pincer, KINGSTON, J’ca. April, 9.

A whale was seen off Harrison
Point, St. Lucy, at about 10.30
&.m. on Sunday by Mr. D. E
Webster of Harrison Plantation,
“It was blowing just beyond Har-

yrison Point”, . Webster told the
Advocate.
This is not the first time that
. " Mr. Webster has seen whales, He
The Ninth Congress of the In- faw them regularly off Salt Cave
corperated Chambers of Com- Point, St, Philip, when he was a
merce of the British Caribbean | youngster, mee gprs. ‘~ .
may be held at Georgetown, Brit- Jordan of Geniaeas ate ,
ish Guiana, between the 20th and Another was seen five years
23rd of October next, later. Boatmen attempted to ad

Frederick Hawkins, an English-

» Unite ions i ot-
The United Nations unit sp ranida ubder. aerest OA a :aneeee

. or’ orean soldiers filter-
ine in hate after talinight It}of the murder of Allan McIntyre,
drove back an initial Red charge |» Scotsman. Hawkins is alleged
then called for reinforcements.}to have fatally stabbed MeIntyre
Reds also called for help, aboard .the steamer Letchworth
Both were members of the by

DIED; JEAN THARAUD
PARIS, April, ‘

Jean Tharaud, French writer

and Soarhaliee in hospital here

B.G. May Be Hosts
To Commerce
Conference

During the three hour battle
the Allies found themselves out-
numbered by Communists whose
soldiers heaved grenades and fir-
ed small weapons. Ordered to
withdraw the U.N, troops slipped
through the narrow gap still
open on the south and returned
to their lines, —C.P.

K. W. V. |



ith a heart attack died to-day
aged 75.—U.P.

it but failed.

Mr. Webster said that what he
had seen on Sunday might have |
been a calf while the mother
could have been submerged. It

Mr. R, W. Youngman, Presi-
dent of the Incorporated Cham-
bers intimated this to the local
Chamber in a letter which was
considered by the Council of the



was first seen by his son and
local body at a meeting yester- fishermen, They ve alled Mr
day. In his letter, Mr. Youngman Webster.

States that he had
invitation from the Chamber of
Commerce of British Guiana to
hold the Ninth Congress at
Georgetown, and that he had sug-

received an



Italians Start
Emigration to Brazil

gested the 20th to 23rd of October LABEL WITH
as the tentative dates for the mae
ing GENOA, April 10. TH

meeting, Two hundred and ney Italians

Among matters which have|Sailed aboard the Italian liner EY
j ; i , » Bianemz for Brazil—the
been suggested for place of prior- | onte Biancmano 4
Vity on the Agenda for the meet-|/!"8t. of the 1,700 Italian quota

destined for that country under
the new Italo-Brazilian migration
uccord

The 250 Italians who left yes-
terday came from the Baruzzi

ing is the question

| West Indies Trade. It is also sug-
}#ested that while it is not pro-
}

| posed to discuss the question of

of Canada-

To Health & Happiness



$ t ci. | Pe@deration as such at the meet- region, mainly towns of Tramo ry
pe See ond foaled are estle ing, matters such as Customs} and Campobasso, Italian and
st F ma > Union might be set down for dis- | Brazilian authorities were at
Crashes iw ow feaies to l get out) cussion, \the pier to say farewell to 35 K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY
* ores Veena t to aa ‘i th thi i c families. The Director of the] )
, a fire alarm was s y some~ mong other things, the Cons jr, igration i i
(From Our Own Correspondent) one inside, In less than ten min- gress will examine the work of ne F K. W. Vv. Coronation Wine

ST. VINCENT, April, 9. utes the place was empty and
A small Auster plane of the church’s Aor strewn with "badly
Trinidad Flying Club crashed mangled bodies
here yesterday about 6 p-m, while es
about to land. The plane brought Fire brigades and
(Captain Wilson to replace Cap-|units rushed to the
tain Kirton of B.G. Airways who/the injured and to take them to
is ill, Hospital. Rescue work lasted for

; nearly three hours.
gdh esos oe pies News of the disaster has shock-
a n to t > wree. : the /ed the entire population of
eae Was Saad land on Caracas causing some Easter ser-
playing — _ — bar mw vices to be cancelled.—U.P,
it appeare atte: np’ a =
off again but falled to rise and
dropped and crashegq into the val-
‘ey above the field.

|
The pilot and Captain Wilson |

ambulance
spot to help



escaped serious injuries, Captain
Wilson took over his duties thi«
morning with the B.G. plane ser-
vice.

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday
leave in abeyance the question of
cold storage accommodation for
transhipped cargo from New
Zealand through Trinidad, pend-
(ng further information on the
matter.

CHAIRMAN OF B’DOS
ELECTRICITY CORP. Mr A. applying ale de |
EXPECTED APRIL 23 |”

pointed out that the Shipping As~

sociation of New Zealand had in-
Capt. William Anthony Brown,|verted a claus in thele Bilis at
Chairman of the Board of Direc- Lading, stating that if cold

tors of the Barbados Electric Sup- Age accommodation was not



tor-




ply Corpn., Ltd., is expected to able at the port of transhipment
‘eave England by air on April 21| when a vessel arrives at that port,
for Barbados and is due to ar-|they reserved the right to take

rive hgre on or about April 23rd. the

argo on to their next r t of



Transhipped Cargo Is

decided to}

of the Council, at which he|

vope is Jack Alslon

the last Congress held in Grenada Members of the

in 1947, in relation to the Progress ition going to
made since that time. tempt to cross

and the Andes mountains by au

The President in his letter in- Soundiiie from Rio De Janeirc
vited the local Chamber to submit Lima and Peru left yesterday.
at an early date any Resolutions The expedition is led by
and matters which they want) Italian sportsman and _ ineludes |
placed onthe Agenda for discus~|}ho Journalist Cian Gaspaper
sion, The local Chamber has also Napolitano and two movie cam-

Italian expedi-
Brazil for an at
the Matto Gross«

K. W. V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry
K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
K. W. V. Sweet Vermouth

Committee fo 2|

been invited to send, in addition|eramen A. Raffaldi and G. Cros K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
to their usual representatives, ajveri. :
ee ene vt K. W. V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
P t Off K. W. V. Superior “Key’’ Brandy
‘call, without responsibility to|should go over to Trinidad with ad ib Ub ob bi wee Oke ee a ne so tee tn © me =e
themselves, a view to making proper arrange-
The Council instructed Mr.| ments about cold storage

Bryden and Mr. Kinch to inves-

Nothing but the product of the GRAPE



‘igate the matter further, but yes- It ane iy wong oe oe
terday they both reported that neople could not be blamed, bu is *
they had received no further in- was suggested that the steam-| enters into the blending of edn
jtormation after communicating|ship companies ogy —
with their Principals in» New| accepting any order for tranship- |
Zealand, ped cargo hould communicate RANDY
During the discussion on the! with their igent at Trinidad to K. W. V. WINES & B {
matter, Mr. D. G. Leacock, Jnr., | find out if cold storage would be
President of the Chamber suggest- | available. oe is
ed that the matter should be} It was ultimately deci led to INEXPENSIVE BECAUSE OF
referred to the Government, in| postpone further consideration of 4 4
view of the adverse effect it m ght| the matter pending the arrival o —— rn r "S
have on trade, the S.S. Corimthick which is ex PREFERENTIAL DUTIES. |
It was also suggested by Hor pected arrive it Bart
K. R. Hunte that someone inter-/| short from N Ze i —_—
efrigerated prod fuller informat t tt i al



































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j}members of the Wanderers tour-| 4.00- p.m, — 19.76m., 25.53m., S1.0%imy - - . es jssinaaties “ ml 7 i:
jing team which visited St. Vin-|—>—— ae pie he yee oe ts ee 108 De PROUDLY PRES ENT
(IR ALFRED 1 Lady B cent, arrived from St. Lucia’ on) paity dervice, 415. Rhyt ate ecwecl, “S08 das eal” Dette, AT THE
R ALFRE ind Lady Brown Tuesday by B.W.LA, after spe endl es ine 445 1 Sporting Reco 8.45 p.m. Composer of the Week, 9.00 _ ~ a ,
ho were holidaying sapne 24 jing a few days in that color ~~ e a tee ee : cn on a rd Rpegranps a.45 4 har IR E 7 HE AT mR E
bad I the Crane Hote . I y, 6.15 p.m People, 6.45 Dp p ).10 Inte te, 10.15 p.m. |
left by T.C.A. yesterday morning Flyin Talks fea "pound and = =Programme The Road Happines 10.30 fp ee . a EE re
for Montreal where ‘they will R. STANTON TOPPIN will}: Hho, 100 pun, The News, 110 5 gapped 0 t " A PLA ~ i
remain for a week before return- New Fee. teialnat —

| speak on “Aircraft Instru-| —— er
ments’ when the ggries of “Flying 2 sane
Lectures” by \ onuen of the Rupert rt and the the New Bonnet 30.
Barbados Light Aeroplane Clut

continues. tonight. The lecture
will be given at the Y.M.P.C. and

ing to England.

Easter In St. Lucia
ADY STOW of Highgate,
Upper Collymore Rock, left

Young People

ASKING SO MUCH OF LIFE...
TAKING SO MUCH













for St. Lucia on Tuesday evening begins at 8 o'clock. OF LOVE!
by B.W.LA. to spend. the Easter
holidays with her son, His Hon- Turkey Paramount presents «

our J. M. Stow, the Administrator
of the colony.
Spert The Winter
h R. AND MRS. C. E. GAUS-
DEN of Monfreal, returned
home yesterday morning after
spending the winter. They were
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
Mr. Gausden is an Insurance

MONTGOMERY

CLIFT
TAYLOR ah

M*: H. RISLEY TUCKER
British Council Representa-
uve will give a lecture to mem-
bers of tine Si. John’s Cultura
Association at the St. Jonn’s Mixea
Senool on Thursday, April 17th.

The subject of his lecture which
begins at 7 pum. is “Turkey.”

Olivet To Calvary











a eens teen nent natant

€ te he end of the then Rupert and Bill see him part
Broker in Montreal At St Paul’s and learns that Mrs. Bear ef the way home. “It's good to SHELLEY
% : bonne: Back To England N ISS NELL HALL and Mr eee ae Tt tions 'dan't” always Be INTERS.. GRORGE STEVENS vision
/NOMMANDER and Mrs. Ralph Bruce St, John will be the ree eS he littl
bs ~ . t E se 1 aor tea soloists tonight at Maunder's fron erly . ee of sear he did T SUN |
WA ear oO Englanc no hac Olivet to Calvary which will be sie “And Wt proves that my — expected
any seating eee a 2 at St. Paul's Chu at x was a jolly strong one.” Fe : A PLACE IN 4
e ears, re ome yes= s shawn the basket woch his burnea-
terday by T.C.A. via Montreal _ a ANE with KEEFE BRASSELLE - Prodveed and Directed by GEORGE STEVENS

‘ed on the novel, AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY,



Scree Wilson and Harry B

ST HEODORE DREISE and he PATRICK HEARNEY pay ape ram te see



They were accompanied by their
three children.

Off To The U.S.A.
a AR. E. K. WALCOTT, QC.,
wa nd Mrs. Walcott were pas-
y r Trinidad by B.W.T.A
t en route to the U.S.A

rinidad Medico Leaves

ki. AND MRS. SIMON RAM-
4 ESAR and two children of
Vi dad, returned home on Tues-
day evening by B.W.LA, after
spending a holiday staying at
suhdy Beach Hotel,



Special Fli at

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operated



OPENING SATURDAY 12th APRIL
Under the Patronage of
Mr. GRANTLEY ADAMS, C.M.G., & Mrs. ADAMS

=| GLOBE

Presents 4 Shows Good Friday i

3.30 P.M., 5.30, 7.30, 9.30 P.M.









‘ ae
**Thime Is Ihe hingdom | USE a
(The Passion of Holy Plays) LIMACOL ,
The Authentic Version of the Life of Our TOILET

Saviour from His Birth to the Ascension.
|SOAP
PRICES:

Pit i6c; House 36c; Balcony 48c; Box 72c. |
Kids 42 Price in all Sections |












Recovering
7 yiS mar friends will be glad
Fi io learn that Mr. G. H.
ms, C.M.G., M.C.P.,. who re-
‘rom Geneva last week is
recovering from his illness.

Mr, Adams was unable to attend i
the House of Assembly on Tues- i

day but enquiries yesterday illici- HIS EXCELLENCY AND LADY SAVAGE leave the store of Messrs.

ted the news that his condition is _Ajexander Bayley, Broad Street, after the stamp exhibition.
much improved, Th





BE COOL
FRESH
FRAGRANT
USE

LIMACOL

Crucifixion At St. Joseph From British Guiana + }:

HE ST. JOSEPH’S CHOIR R. HANDEL R. ADAMS, son | }
ze and their organist, Mr. Merton of Mr. Robert Adams, Barris- ’
McCarty will render Stainer’s ter-at-Law, British Guiana, ar-| :
Crucifixion” tonight at 8 o'clock rived in the island on Thursday | 2,
it St. Joseph’s Church. by plane to spend about four
Among the soloists taking part weeks’ holiday. He is staying at
will be Mr. Hugh Cumberbatch, the Y.M.C.A,
Mr, Ernest Rocneforgd and Mr.
estus Thompson. ,



Fee:



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vv dius rearrange-
ve W.ARLA.C.28 (4) ii N.B.—FREE BALLOONS for Easter given to
ne is Kids attending Friday’s Shows



a inhalant ante

FO-DAY ONLY 4.45 & 8.30 P.h4



Mr. Adams said that he is greatly













impressed with the island. This is | i
‘ Sa ‘
Bard Concert At no pay» oR REI at the A Giant Double in Any Language i TOILET SOAP
Bathsheba Christ Church Anglican School saw? }
and a friend of Mr. J, Kilkenny ee fr t
HE POLICE BAND under who was in the island last month BELAC SW | IT
Captain C. E, Raison and with He expects to visit some of the WITH
the kind permission of Col. R. T. local schools. ¢ : LASTS
Michelin, Commissioner of Police, 4 iam { F on ‘ : ag:
will render an open air concert ON eee ok gs a rn Anger ate my joining the | Tyronne POWER TS Maureen O'HARA
at Bathsheba, near Powell Spring & 800d friend of his. e is Mr. SAD DOTS. . (9)
on Wednesday, April 16 at 4.30 Hector Collymore of British} , 9gution of vesterday's ouzzie AND k LONGER
p.m. These concerts are always Guiana: Mr. Collymore has been i} Esteera 18. (Re stiOre 42° i
much appreciated. in the island for the past seven | Sabot: 22. Loser: SS) Hone BhEEN at 4 99 i
Mr. G. H. AD Light refreshments will be on months. He expects to leave with. down: t Preature, @ Oast ter a CARIBOO TRAGL f
r. G. AMS, ©.M.G., M.C.P. h ext fe eeks. “12. Ps vine + x >
ey ean Sane eh 1 sgioanety Rated xh. Sones’ re" banees bb. ae A Randolph SCOTT “ tabby HAYES



WOMEN IN THE NEW ee



Madame Elise Ifill, J.P.

Madame Ifill ‘returned to Bar- of the St. Michael's Hurricane
bados after spending twenty (eS age omen, Committee, and was made a J.P.
years in the U.S.A. Her main * in March 1949, Madame Ifill is
object was to promote the well- also a member of the Horticul-
being of the underprivileged, and | tural Society and an Honorary
from 1938 she turned all attention member of the Press Club. She
towards the field of Social Wel- || is also the Representative in Bar-!
fare in this island, She was then | bados for the American Aid So-
a Senior Nurse at the General §=° ciety which renders financial sid
Hospita.] i to needy people,

















EASTER
HOLIDAYS

Under the Patronage of
. G. H. ADAMS, M.C.P., C.M.G., & Mrs. ADAMS

“EM PIRE THEATRE

Proudly Presents 4 Laat ‘
Paramount's Runner-up for 1951 Academy Awar es +... here are the shoas for you —
So comfortable, flattering, and éeencaienity

“A PLACE IN THE SUN” ||} briced yout want to own more than one

Opening Saturday 12th at 4.45 & 8.15 and continuing daily |

Mr. & Mrs. Adams will be present at the Premiere | ALL
Night Performance — S>turday 12th at 8.30 p.m. *

If You Don’t Get a Seat on this Night, REMEMBER .. .



1

Social Welfare Dancing School

; There's
“rst services in Social Wel- Apart from her public activities | “ IN”
* were spent in assisting Mr. ee Madame Ifill's home life is a full A PLACE IN THE SUN
aot in Beckles in his work at the one of varied interests. She is | For You All Week
Baby Creache, Constitution Road Principal of the ‘Star Bud School : |
She gave her first successful show of Dancing’. She was trained by | - eae







in 1935, “The Womanless Wed-
ding,” to raise funds for the
League, Later in the year she
used part of her house to accomo-
date needy school children, At
that time she supplied them with
hot lunches and later the Govern-

|| EMPIRE ROXY

i Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.30 TO-DAY Last 2 Shotvs 430 & 8.15 {{\) Wi, SR ae Sf % COLOURS:
MO 1K ; : ‘— aod IT ALWAYS RAINS ON SUNDAYS ® eH ay Q @ BLACK
Mt “WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE” — with soogie WITHERS ae




prominent teachers both in the
U.S.A. and in Barbados In 1932}
she gave the first Fashion Show
in toe island in aid of Charity.
Since then she has staged several |
entertainments to help deserving
causes, She is a_ graduate of|



























































nent in an island wide scheme Bleeks’ College in Cutting and| | é e | wt s
ride ’ TODAY at 1.30 p.m “THE MAN FROM PLANET X P @ BROWN
provi led milk and biscuits. Dress Designing; also of Manhat- | For conkin eine || “an at eave w YROM PLANE: etna
Her attention was then directed tan Trade.School, N.Y, in French| u |) * anyon” | 5 ae Shicsiede 4 '@ RED
to underfed babies and in 1937 Flower making; and in Beauty| E . iy “RIDING RAW ERE Pree TODAY, at 1:90) » mr .
Lady Young, wife of the then : 2. Culture. In 1917.she was awarded » Entertainment 1 doce eatAee wie ee dasa
rn r - Barbados, opened Madame ELISE IFILL, J.P. a cup in the Ladies’ Singles at} } A Rov ROGERS Double ie
* Ghrist: Church Baby Welfare Activities the Orient Tennis Club, N.Y. | 7 2 oon Ee dattarae sODRNRY”
A oe on of the death of Madame Ifill is founder of the Her hobbies are reading, aint EASTER | aisietes a aatgkin Me Bol, eer as errs weneee
* ~ a a result of Welfare League which was cal dancing and music. e is| ‘ ‘ a | “SON OF E eS aah teas WARGOUR"
; Madame Ifill started ‘ opened two years ago at St. Mar- especially fond =. eee and | SATURDAY | SUNNY SIDS.07 TRE STEED Vaan risk we
a sery which was opened garets, St. John Only two keeps e@ variety. Although she is ne tah
Road in 1940. After months ago a branch was opened very fond of children she has Small Island : OLY) PIC ROW AL
of steady work the Mount Tabor. Each of these none of her own, She has two} mall Islan Pride ‘ :
was closed in 1943 but [nstitutions is run under the adopted sons—Henry who is aj =a TODAY (only) 4.30 & 8.15 Today Last 2 Shows 490 & 8.15
‘rs of the League rose supervision of a qualified nurse. pupil at Harrison College, St | and The Trinidad “DEAD ON ABBIVAL” “HIGHWAY WEST
S-eadily and to-day dozens of In 1936 she represented the So- Winston who is two years olc an . ik KENNEDY
needy . : san crn ’ NCE UPOD AM ARTHUR KENNEDY
needy children are given cod- cial Workers in Barbados at a Madame Ifill has travelled ex-| Calypsonians | “ONCE UPON A DRE tke
Poets oil, barley, milk. and food Conferénce which was held intensively through the Caribbean | TODAY at 1.90 mm “ESCAPE IN’ THE DESERT”
be mat Trinidad. She is also a member and the United States. EA ER My SAT. lath at 1.30 p.m sack wearin: icaeicei
ST “HOMESTEADERS OF PARADISE tee
and (VALLEY” Opening SAT. 12th 4 30 & 8.15
rm y MONDAY | “LIGHTS OF OLD SANTE FE ROBERT MITCHUM in
“DAY'S BARGAL ; epee ces SO et NOREES ca ce te woos
“ 7 a + | SAT. 12TH MID-NITE and
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Navy, Brown, Grey and a paneer eae ree . SHO
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CHEROKEE UPRISING P L A Zz “FIGHTING GRINGO” George O'BRIEN 7 AG i% Ss
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THURSDAY, APRIL

T’dad’s New Cement Works in Operation in’54

Appeal For Tax
Adjustment

TRINIDAD’S new cement works will be in operation |
early in 1954, provided there are no undue delays in the

delivery of plant.

The company, Trinidad Cement, Lid., was registered

in Port-of-Spain last year

Portland Cement Co., Ltd. Mr. Halford Reddish, chairman
of the Rugby Company, referred to it at the company’s |

annual general meeting in

“I have great confidence in the
economic future and the growing
industrialisation of Trinidad, and
2 am sure that other British cum
panies could be profitably estab-
lished there. There is, however,

one matter which is retarding the} later to promote a steady migra- | }corstituents of a supply of pulp-| War II in 1941, and remainece
development of many of our Col-! tion from the Mother Country to} |wood and the accessibility of! elosed to outsiders through the | - 4
onies to which I hope our present} the Dominions? }hydro-electric power at a mod-| war years.—U.P. \
Government will give early atten ferate cost, Hence, the status for L
tion “If anew Elizabethan era means | some years past of the Canadian
| anything to us as an inspiration, | ne wrint industry as not only |
Less Taxes it surely means a new era of en-|} f th gest individual producer Seawell | ©
“Several of these territories meninadin free enterprise; that} ; —— of any country in the world, but }
= * - “Se "i res} combination of brains and guts | i with annual output well over ARRIVALS BY BWA i ‘
have introduced legislation to at-| and faith, of which faith is the 200 HARE ARRIVAL at the Anderson: Mouse in Weshingtn, Queen Juli 50% of that of all other newsprin ON TUESDAY Our Customers and Friends are asked to note
tract new industries by giving] most important element—faith. in| ana of the Netherlands and her husband, Prince Bernhard, are greeted praducers in the world combined, | ram, #. Luels « : “a
substantial relief from taxation yes ith i - their hosts, Secretary of State Dean Acheson and his wife (left). sit pear nj Berle Bastar, Hazel Easter, F. Law ie ‘ ranch (Workshop, Dock, Shi
: ourselves and faith in our future. Ing.1951—and this year to date—|rence Reynolds, Geraldine’ Salmon that our Pier Hea I
in the early years. But if capital] This, too, is a time for doing and| | guests attended dinner given by the Achesons. (International) \ the closely allied “woodpulp in-|Bileen Myers, Joan Floissac, Hamish s ‘ wey
is supplied by a resident in the] daring and adventure—and_ for| dustry became the world’s larg-) Watson, John Bovell, Clement Warner, Chandlery, Sugar Factery Supplies and G neral
United Kingdom, then even if the greatness.”—B.U.P ~ | ost exporter, of lp—edgin out /Leon Watson, Gradfil \L.nith, Guyon
managemem control is. always . oe WUE. ¢ : wate > es@ exporter, of pulp ging Pureras, Dr. Malcolm Proverbs, Eric | A - ~ s » Saturday
~ ees me cee is always in oUue/de ers soniniercemen | Sweden’s long-held supremacy. | Atkinson. Office) will not be open for business on Saturday
a St cerca on tame ‘ M t W d | When the ilmenite deposits on [ee et anil s
&RE n is payable ‘ ances ¥ ] . ; ‘ay ynes, G. « s
7 : ae eee 7 . ° Viee e sd: 7 the Quebee mainland north of i Seornnaa ¥ "iis M. Reid, | next 12th instant.
Baie fam ge wenss, us] Suspension Of | Low Air Fares MOSAGY | the Island of Anticosti called for falco te terse” remot t! |I gums
e& a “ 4 p a vé ages } . . . 9 Ic | rn Bi} 2
a : : | The Annual General meeting of |a smelter to break-up the ore! Paret, A. Maruca, 1. Pinder, R. GriMith me ; S * : .
offered by the Colony. In the in- ° ithe ‘Barbados. Chi Jom Coos into titanium dioxide and iron,|%: Fisher, A. Ferguson, T. Close, Hf The Central Emporium, Broad Street, and
terests of the Empire, this S = | AeOe hamber of Com- | > ard, T. ‘Springer, L. Springer, Spring-
es empire, IS_posi~ - | merce w » held o ay | “Shawinigan” was able to guar- 1. Gottr , jotfredson, E :
tion should be remedied without sraett fee ica Beat hopene xe ieli t Sorel of 16000 Lt Gasoline ‘Station, Trafalgar Street, will be open as
' ' . ne > tee delivery at Sorel o Garson, E. Vermeulen | Aas . ’ sary Bt, '
delay. T | | the 14th. of May at the Bovell and | ®® , .
: * skeete ilding. " horsepower from a power devel- |
‘ alks re Summer travellers to Canada |Seete Building. The date of the eam vo DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA
“The future well-being of the Reg ttable |from the southern climes of Ber- meeting was fixed at yesterday's aoe er a ‘tial ve eee iF usual.
Colonies, the raising of their NEW YORK, April 8 | muda and the Caribbean will be |meeting of the Council of the a ee cien Pes ” e Se in eee aT we, Oh Reales
standard of life, does not lie in The Times editorial c e offered the additional attract Chamber, oe Oe, See ae + | Pamela Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell, e
the so-called welfar he mes editorial commenting a al attraction |~", : welll = 3 ina Saguenay Valley that induced a oly ante!
1e so-called Ww are schemes of on the terr . f the ldwest ex "SiC - f ie The Council also considered = : Lena Thompson, Clyde Daniel, John " “ , qr
the last Government which caused }°". the , in rruption of German- |? e lowest excursion air fares | cere which woalt Sls set dalen: the projectors of Aluminum Com-|@hglenor, Jean Challenor, Stephen | ‘ T
So much derision in the Colomes | JStaeli talks said Tuesday that |in Trans-Canada Air Lines’ his- | °" Alia te : pany of Canada to start a great | Juliet, Philip Canan, Anne Henry, | j AL bua le
themselves. It lies in a bold policy the suspension of the talks by the | tory it was announced recently by a his Agenda for atiap at new industry at Arvida, and it is Lady Violet Stowe, Garson, |
of industrialisation which IT hope Israeli delegation on the grounds 'W. Gordon Wood, Vice-President, eae i aneuiad of ie them | the potential of 500,000 or even "“ioiry D Oberdorfer, Iris Hinds, Alan |
the present Government will do|t%@t German representation offer | traffic. Sete. at wea a 7 led 1,000,000 horsepower of —hydro- narnardo, Barry Sarr Brown, Charles ee
{ts titmost to encourage and which | W@S totally unsatisfactory” is a| The new excursion fares will |*°°' ing in barrels of pic electric energy far north in Brit~ Fisher, Tohann Fulton, John Goldie, ge OSS S OOP OPO EEO

I hope will come from the Mother |

Country before it is too late.”

Mr. Reddish wold shareholders
that the Trinidad company had
been established following many

months of technical investigation
and of negotiations with the
Trinidad Government. It will
have a capital of £1,600,000. The
Colonial Development Corpora-
tion are subscribing for most of
the preference shares

He reviewea

britain’s current

: : |
economic position and said it was|

a mistake to think that all troubles
could be solved by increasing ex-
ports to the United States.

Brightest Hope

brightest hope
future,” he declared, “lies in a
bold, long-term programme of
Empire co-operation. Within the
British Empire we have untold
natural resources awaiting devel-

“Our for the

opment. In the Colonies there
are great opportunities for the
establishment of new industries

by the free enterprisers of Britain.
In the Dominions there are wide-
open spaces needing population
while over 50,090,000 are crowded
into this little island.

SODAS SOOO ~
BF 2 BEB 2LEEEF SE FS EES SEF

SATURDAY 12, 4.45 & 8.





... Tall, silent

NN ;
Gj Steve Lewellyn, who
\ blocked the path of

outlawry west
of Santa Fe!



ca
we

10,



‘Wost Feared “LONE HA

—

=e CATHY JOHNNY MACK

» DOWNS - BROWN

Directed by Lesley Selander + Screenplay by Tom W. Blackburn



1952




LONDON.

as a subsidiary of the Rugby

London and then said

, “It is not possible for the Gov- |
{ernments of ail the british coun-|
| tries to set up a permanent cen- |}
tral council to encourage the
} economic development of the Em-}
| pire in the interests of all, and!









a

single one of them. But the Ger-
mans argue with some justice that
their ability to pay these claims
}must be considered in the light
jof other obligations imposed on
them, including demands of their

other foreign creditors and their

Trinidadians can fly TCA to Mon-
treal for $495.40 B.W.I. return
and Barbados residents
B.W.I.

TCA will continue to fly pres-
surized 40-passenger North Star

contribution’ to Western defence. and provide its usual in-flight serv-
Certainly an agreement that can ice on these southern routes,
be fulfilled would seem _ better |



than one which cannot, and nego- |
tiations regarding the total sum
should be accompanied by concrete
plans of payment that will not be
wrecked by the transfer problem
which has. wrecked. previous

RATES OF EXCHANGE

9TH APRIL, 1952
CANADA
Cheques on Bankers
Demand Drafts
Sight Drafts

15 3/10%%









r atio: sf 75 3/10% Cable
bai i ie lene (73 8/10% Currency 72°
Coupons 3
—UP. 50% Silver
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Thursday, April 10, 1952
EDUCATION CRISIS

THE chapter on education in the report
of the Comptroller for Development and
Welfare upsets the apple cart of the
dreamers and reveals the true stark facts
about West Indian education.

To those who have been paying little
heed to the warning signs this cold reve-
lation will awake them to realities.

The writer calls for a sense of urgency
in finding ways and means to check the
deterioration of educational standards and
practice. There are not the words to
which we have been accustomed in an
island where the subject of education is
wrapped round with layer after layer of
insulating prejudices and where lip ser-
vice is still paid to the impossible ideal of
expanding our educational services while
maintaining our high standards.

The writer in Sir George’s report is
concerned only with the facts of the situ-
ation. And he takes no pains to hide the
unpleasantness of these facts. He cites
British Guiana as one territory which has
aroused from its slumbers and is planning
its expenditure on education in relation to
the future population. Other colonies he
notes continue to issue blank * cheques
against future revenues*which are already
coramitted.

Measures must be found, even if un-
palatable to meet the present crisis. That
is how he sees it, as a crisis.

Suggestions have been made at educa-
tion conferences notes the writer to cope
with the alarming situation.

These suggestions include reduction of
the school-age range: adoption of a dou-
ble-shift system: reduction of building
costs by simplifying school building pro-
grammes: and extension of aid to com-
munity or basic schools.

At present classes of 100 are not uncom-
mon in the British Caribbean territories
and “under these conditions” notes the
Education Adviser “education tends to
Become a mere mockery and no teacher
can fulfil his task as it should be done”,

But these suggestions do not offer more
than a partial and temporary solution of
the accommodation problem continues the
writer. “The greatest potential source of
aid would seem to lie in the contribution
which parents teachers’ associations and
community organisations can make in
those areas where the spirit of self-help
and local initiative is being developed”.

He finds gratification in British Guiana
where local bodies are prepared to offer

voluntary help in a programme for the ex-.

tension of school buildings, the construction
of open-air classrooms in the vicinity of
existing schools and the reconditioning of
defective school buildings. He notes too
with some satisfaction that progress is be-
ing made in Jamaica and Trinidad where a
system of basic schools has been introduced.

He notes nothing about Barbados, pro-
bably because this island is still unaware
of the grave educational problems ahead
and have not yet apparently begun to count
the cost. This report should remove any
false optimism that may be prevalent
locally.

What matters says the education adviser
in this chapter isnot buildings—import-
ant as they are—but the quality of those
who staff the schools. He is disappointed
at the failure of the proposed scheme for
training 16 students from the Leewards and
Windwards annually and is continuing
efforts to set up an external Board of Ex-
aminers which would conduct examina-
tions for a Caribbean teachers’ certificate.

This would ensure greater uniformity in
standards of teacher training and higher
standards of certification of teachers, and
would of course facilitate free exchange
of teachers between colonies.

But if the writer of this chapter has
diagnosed with great and terrible accur-
acy the menace to education in the Carib-
bean he has put his finger on its primary
weakness and thereby notifies the treat-
ment to be followed.

There must be complete revision of the
syllabus and of the methods of teaching in
the rural schools. A rural emphasis should
be given in the professional preparation of
teachere who are likely to be employed in
rural schools, But teaching in the rural
scnools must extend to the home and the
community. The activities of parents and
children organisations should form an in-
tegral part of the programme of the rural
school, Again the writer finds comfort in
British Guiana where the training college
course provides that “the second and
fourth years of training should be devoted
to the practice of teaching in rural schools
and to acquiring the habit of observing all
aspects of social conditions and problems in
rural communities.”

“Tf” he notes “the skills developed at the
training college by the students in hand-
craft, housecraft and in the science of rural
life can be used for the benefit of the par-
ents’ organisations and in the 4-H or Young
Farmers’ clubs of senior pupils, then the
rural school will begin to fulfil the major
role envisaged for it, not only of showing
people how to do things, but also of chang-
ing their ideas on what should be done to
improve the well-being of the community.”

Is Barbados less in need of such an atti-
tude towards rural education? The writer
of this chapter does not suggest it. And
his final words are as applicable to this
island as to all of the others in better or
worse plight.

“To adopt a policy of laissez-faire in the
face of worsening conditions” he con-
cludes “and to postpone action for coun-

CLOSE
| THE ©

Third day of the Series

i THE. PEOPLE

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





T0
UEEN

Alan Lescclies, |

Mr. Churchilt

with Sir



AN American reporter
|Sir Alan Lascelles whether

egitimately,” said Sir Alan.
secretary to the Queen, has a
donic sense of humour.
not pose a situation to

which he will lack a
pearian or Biblical quotation.



Lascelles, who wus private receive the

secretary to the late King, is
the only member of the Queen's
Household so far to be appointed.
|And, as .you would expect, the
man who must guide the Queen
on matters of State
until he retires—he is 64—needs
more than a ripe detachment.
He needs background,












































Tommy Lascelles was a_ distant
relative of the King, went to
Marlborough, got an M.A. at

M.C. in the
manry. :
Experience
NOW that, in the circles that
have decided these things, is un-
impeachable background; but a
question has filtered through re-
cent royal events: Is it the only
kind of background for a Palace

counsellor?

Whatever the answer—and it
is in the making, as we shall see,
at Clarence House—it is certain
that a man who is to advise the
Queen in any kind of emergency
must.have an accumulation of

e,

“Alan Lascelles can draw
richly on his. He is familiar
with the Empire outlook, for he
was A.D.C, when
was Governor of Bombay, and
he was right-hand man when
Lord Bessborough was Governor-
General of Canada. And he has
been in royal service, on and off,
since he became assistant private
secretary to the Prince of Wales,
now Duke of Windsor. He was
32 then. ane
Liaison

LASCELLES, obviously, must
study the political and interna-
tional climate of each day. But
he must do more. For he is the
liaison between the Quebec and
No, 10, Downing-street.

Though he complains _ that
paper work at the Palace keeps
him from the round of dinners
which M.P.s attend, he is on
first-name terms with every
member of the Cabinet—and
every member of the Opposition
Front Bench,

His potential political influence
is considerable. What, then, are
his own politics? As a royal aide
he has none. But royal aides
are not born in a vacuum, And
before he became a _ Palace
official 32 years ago, he was to
the Left rather than to the
Right of Centre.

Lascelles “works a _nine-to-ten
hour day in a lofty room on the

Bandits



> 3 NEW YORK

Three bandits looted an un-
locked armoured bank car of
600,000 dollars while its guards
drank coffee across the street.

It happened on quiet Maple-
street, in Danvers, a small Mas-
sachusetts town.

The driver and the two guards
parked the car beside the Na-
tional Bank and went into a drug
store for coffee, Police say they
|forgot to lock the car door,

Up drove the bandits in a black
saloon and got clean away With
the banknotes—about £214,000.
Traffic policeman Edmund Noo-
nan put up his hand to stop the
raiders, then jumped for his life.

Police cars sped in pursuit.
Fifteen miles out they found the
bandits’ car abandoned, picked

up new clues and chased another .

car. ;
The pursuit squad forced this
ear off the road, A man leaped
clear and started running. A
police bullet hit him. Another
man in the car was shot, too.
And a hunt is on for a third
suspect where the abandoned car

was found,
FOOTNOTE: Danvers hanged

ten people for witchcraft in 1692.
There has not been such excite-
ment since—until this theft.

.

It seems that Senator Taft
spends the most money in these
“primary” elections. In Wiscon-
sin, where they are holding theirs
on April 1, Taft's men, up to last
Saturday, had spent £23,400 on
campaigning, Harold Stassen
£12,700, Governor Earl Warren,
of California, £4,300, and_ the
doggedly loyal MacArthur chaps
(Mac is not officially interested)
£380. -

* .
With all the income tax scan-
dals, the crack is going the





Our Headers Say—

No Application

To the Editor, the Advocate

SIR,—In your report of the
proceedings of yesierday’s meet-
ing of the St. Michael's Commis-
sioners of Health which appears
in your issue of today’s date, it
is stated that, I quote, “a number
lof letters from nearly the whole
sanitary staff asking for increases

teracting their ill-effects would be to risk | were received.”

the disruption of the West Indian educa-
tional system, and the loss of all the ad-
vantages that have been so hardly won.”
Other territories, notably British Guiana,
are taking action, What are we doing?

4

In a paragraph following, I was
specifically referred to in which it
was suggested that under certain
conditions “I could also be given
an increase of salary.

While it is true that I am not





asked ground floor of
he Palace.
was related to Lord Harewood, take work to his grace-and-fav- Alan Lascelles’

whose family name is Lascelles. our (rent and rates free) apart- pjjiti not ; *
Sir Alan said he was. “How?” ments in St. James's Palace. a sora! 2 re a
ursued the rter, “Quite State papers may keep him busy edly £3,000 ae year: Besides his

until 11 p.m.
So “Tommy” Lascelles, private job.

donnish wit, the fruit of a sar- at Clarence House—and she will si
a. Bek 8! doe and Auchnagussich,
further, the erudition to sustain leaves his home at 9 a.m. to call
a detached outlook; and you will on her.
him for mews takes him on to the Pal- }j ; ;
Miaae aa his memoirs at a later date; he

and policy slack days,

will keep in touch with her by
And telephone,

Trinity College, Oxford, and an Churchill or any
Bedfordshire Yeog guished statesman is to call on

there to see the visitor first. Las-

Guards Sip Coffee





Buckingham

And then he will often Neigh

THE material rewards for Sir
unique responsi-

It is a full-time prace-and-feveur home at St.
Now while the Queen is still (oe Son = OWindaer ‘Castle,
yet—Lascell®s moral, ive

If precedent’ is followed he
A car from the royal will become a peer; he will write

months

There, most morning, he will pa a ae
diplomats, the en- He has a ace-and-favour
hha = veeseeeeeoaee. pert neighbour at St. one a fellow

ey “go upstairs ‘or Ol d ti , Ki 2
audience of the Queen, For the Stes Passe: nba Fromme othe
Queen goes across to use the King in the late reign. This is
State rooms of the Palace. ON 63-year-old Sir Ulick Alexan-
when the Queen’s ger, tall and fragile and wise in
unnecessary, Lascelles the ways of the City,

Sir Ulick, who has spent half
his life in royal employ and who
married a Lady of the Bed-
that Mr chamber, is expected to stay on

ai stin. 25 Treasurer to the Queen until

m= he thinks it timely to hand over
the Queen, Tommy Lascelles is paca ge sale Tryon, his 45-
a ca Sir Ulick has held City direc-
celles* knows all. torships. He has friends on the

He has the key—the small boards of the banks and the
tubular key which opens Cabinet biggest companies. No surprise
despatch boxes, and he is the then that he put the private
only Palace official to possess estates at Sandringham and
one (the Queen has another). Balmoral on a paying: footing.
He sees the top-secret despatches “tie was not above calling in an

to the Queen from the Govern-
ors-General and Prime Ministers Hotel expert to cut’ Palace ex-

visit is

Top Secrets
WHEN news comes
other

of the Dominions. Oh, yes, Las- ee sia he ned Ne ee —
celles K-ows all. worked out to a decimal of a

Too many secrets, however,

may be bad for the stomach, Peay.
for he has not rid himself of the , 2° Sir Ulick, of Eton, Sand-

dyspepsia he contracted in the Le bobiin Chie. ike wee
first world war. But like any may present her personal expense
Englishman, he knows how to re- account. And as if to set the

lax : ,

» ‘ tone in economy he is one of the
Though the food in the House- : ¥, 3

hold dining-room 1s both free ‘ew Palace officials to drive ihim~

and good, he will walk occasion- self around—in a Sunbeam

? Talbot
ally to his only club, the Travel- YJ i
lers, in Pall Mall, there to eat Major Domo .
an to meet politicians, Civil-Ser- | AND then Lieut.-Colonel Sir
vice heads, and Armed Services Piers “Joey’’ Legh, who was

chiefs, Master of the King’s Household,
For away-from-it-all recrea- and who, too, awaits the pleas-
tion he will venture to the mem- ure of the Queen’s appointment.
bers’ pavilion at Lord’s, You He is, at 61, the youngest of the
may see him !strolling through Old Guard triumvirate, slim and
the London Zoo on a_ Sunday Slight, a wit and a golfer.
morning—if you are a member He is the Palace major
too, When the Court is at Bal- who submits the menus, drafts
moral, then it is Lascelles versus the Court.Circular, makes and
the Dee for trout. And Las- breaks domestic appointments
celles, no slouch with a rod, down to the cleaners, and ar-
usually wins, ranges the dinner parties, balls,
Tt can be held, then, on current and entertainments,
restricted world And when All Big Three of the Old
standards, that he moves-in a Guard were born into Debrett's;
King George VI used to say, all served, ‘at one time, the Duke
“Nobody ever tells me anything,” of Windsor, and Lascelles wrote
he was regretting, perhaps, that his best speeches. All served
Palace contacts did not extend King George VI.
to a wider cross-section of his They have grown elderly to-
people, gether in a polished tradition.
At Clarence House now the AND NOW a new and vig-
former retinue of the royal orous reign is under way in

domo

coupie, as they wait for incor- @ more rugged © and plain-
poration in the new Household, spoken . age, At Clarence
may be broadening forever the House, round the young

Queen and her lively Con-
sort, a new type of courtier
is in evidence,

scope of these contacts, It is a
develooment devoutly to be
wished, ;

Raid Bank Car As

rounds that there is one big their new foul-weather suit was
operator who owes the Govern- probably a success,

ment so very much that Wash- ° * *
ington can’t make up its mind From a wire agency’s report
whether to sue or ask for legis- on a fire in a Hollywood hotel:
lation to have him declared a “The elevator operator, Little
foreign Power. Chief White Eagle, aged 71, a

. z . Yaqui Indian, and his wife, a
, 4 Cherokee, were asl@ep in their
Arthur Lesser is going to pro- sixth-floor room.”
duce a_ play called “Moulin * * *

Roupe.” It is all about a French

artist, Toulouse-Lautrec, aS @ for divorce received the court's
young man. After Broadway, permission to resume her maiden
Pierre Fresnay will play T-L in name of Maud Montgomery.
the Paris version, and Jean Sim- Among other things she was tired
mons will have the big feminine of being married to a man called

In Milwaukee a woman suing

role in London, Mr. X
® * ’
Department of No Comment: “= * *
A New York society .magazine The American Academy of
writes: “His latest addition to General’ Practice, méeting’ ip

the two salles a manger (French Atlantic City, says: ‘‘When the
for diningroom4) is a startling terrible teens conflict. with the
bar, jet black and salmon pink, roaring forties on the battle-
with the light focussed on the ground of the home, the family
counter and your tumbler. Be- physician shouldbe called upon
hind the barman,

within mad- to add the healing of emotions to
deningly easy reach, there is a his responsibilities.”
regiment of bottles. And his po-
sition is cuviable for still another % e .
reason—he faces a superb still- As though there weren't

life painted by Frank Neal, a enough allegations of corruption
modern Chardin.” and wrong doing among the New
: York police (who used to like to
* ® be referred to as the world’s fin-
At one of New York’s smartest est), Harry Gross. a Brooklyn
French restaurants a_ visiting bookie who is serving 12 years
French brandy salesman gave for contempt of court and con-
luncheon for 20 people the other spiracy, testifies that he was told
day. The bill was £300. | in advance every time the detec-
tives were going to tap his phone.
The Wall Street Journal says re <= Cn :
that the’ Government is toying The human touch. In American
with the idea of building up a “comic strips” dogs do not say
“civilian stockpile,” alongside “Bow-wow,” but—in those “bal-
the military one. loons” which come out of the
. ° ° characters’ mouths—“Anf-arf.”
A man came out of a room in An English friend of mine, visit-
Brooklyn, where the tempera- ing New York for the first time,
ture was 54 below, complaining asked me _ in. bewilderment.
that he was too hot, ' Then the “Why are the dogs in those pic-
navy experimenters knew that ture things always, cockneys?”



cn the Sanitary staff, yet, as your

Not « The Turkey ”*
report has caused me some em-
barrassment on that it can give

Just «“ Turkey ”
and really has given the impres-

sion that I have made a similar To the Editor, the Advocate
request of the Commissioners. SIR,—Please allow me to make
Please be good enough to give me 4 correction in a column which
the opportunity to state that I appeared in Tuesday’s issue of this
have made no application of any Paper under the caption of lecture
nature whatever to the Commis- °n_“The Turkey.”
sioners since the receipt of the From correspondence read by
Cost of Living Allowance some the Secretary of the St. John’s
time last year. Cultural Association at their Gen-
Yours faithfully, ~~ aeoting on ne pet
bay 2rd., it was announced that r.
S. W. TAYLOR, Risley Tucker, British Council

vy Building Inspector, Representative, will lecture on
City of Bridgetown. “Turkey.”
April 9, 1952, CLUB .MEMBER.




































Wicksteed |
Explores —
An Avenue

.... it is what Politicians are always
doing .. . But it becomes fun with Chap-
man Pincher as Guide and Shaftesbury—
Avenue as the Avenue






LIVEN

By BERNARD WICKSTEED

UST for fun (and because it was no
weather for finding anything out in the
countryside yesterday) Mr. Chapman Pin-
cher and I went for a Nature ramble in the
West End.

Our brilliant plan was to explore an
‘avenue, and because the first one that came
to mind was Shaftesbury-avenue we settled
for that.

You might think the West End was not
the ideal place to study Nature, but Mr.
Pincher sees science in everything.

The zebra crossings reminded him that the
mountain zebra is becoming extinct, and an
»yster bar that oysters are attacked by slip- C
per limpets. ns

April and will re-ope

The sparrows provided him with endless
matter for discourse. Their hearts beat 800
times a minute (human beings, 70 a minute),

How do you feel a sparrow’s pulse to find | =
out? With an electrical recording machine.
You can take their temperatures too. Normal
on a sparrow thermometer is 108 degrees
Fahrenheit (human beings, 98.4).

Phone: :-: 4472



Stoats hypnotise the rabbits and rats the
sparrows. Neither patient has any redress
because they’ve usually been eaten by the
time the experiment is over.

The internal combustion engine was a
great blow to the sparrow. There are fewer
oats from horses’ nosebags, you see. There
are probably only about 3,000,000 sparrows
left in the country, whereas there are 10,000,-

000 blackbirds, and about the same number
of chaffinches,

Sparrows can be hypnotised like =

Sparrows go crazy over yellow flowers in
Spring, and pull them up. No one knows
why, but crocuses madden them most. Their
roosting places are called chapels, and they
are so fond of their private dust-baths that

they won’t share them w‘th sparrow strang-
ers.

BOMBSITE PLANT

WE started exploring the Avenue from
the Piccadilly-cireus end, and all this
came out before we’d reached Rupert-street,
where we changed the subject to Oxford
ragwort. Y ;
Oxford ragwort (Senecio squalidus) has
nothing to do with Oxford. It comes from
Sicily, and we found it growing in the burn-|!
ed-out remains of St. Anne’s Church, Soho.
You reach this bombsite by going through
some iron gates and past a dustbin. For a
moment I was afraid the interests of science
would lead Mr. Pincher to lift the lid of the
bin and go through its contents in search of
more Nature, but luckily he spotted the rag-
wort and made for that instead.



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“Fascinating plant,” he said. “Before the
war it was hardly known in Soho, even
‘hough it is Sicilian. In Sicily it thrives on
volcanic ash. Now it has discovered there is
an equally good living to be made from the
ashes of London, You find it flourishing in
oombsites everywhere.”

In a spirit of student fun we took a root of
Oxford ragwort to plant in Cambridge-cir-
tus. The only possible site for the experi-
ment was a windowbox in front of a pub.

Unfortunately a man who seemed to be
something to do with the pub caught us in
he squalidus act. We escaped by darting
nside for a drink, but when we came out

he Oxford ragwort had -
bridge-circus. . a ee

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HORSES’ FEET

“YONTINUING in a north-easterly direction

We Saw,a mounted policeman, to remind

Mir. Pincher that horses’ front feet are bigger

‘han their back ones because they have more
‘weight to carry.

At a fishmonger’s barrow, Mr. Pincher
paused and said that a scientific winkle
watcher had calculated it took 11,000 winkles
1 day to satisfy the appetite of a rock pipit

We found fossil crinoids or sea’ lilies in
building stone, iron bacteria in a drain pipe

‘one of the mysteries of science is what they
live on).

Beyond Cambridge-circus you come to the

wooded part of Shaftesbury-avenue. The
trees are London planes.
o>, They do not grow wild anywhere, Mr }]} (
Pincher said. They are probably a cross
between two other trees introduced about
300 years ago.
; Many trees tend to die in towns because
the soot blocks up the breathing spaces in
their bark, but the plane tree sheds its bark
to save its skin.

The wood is called lacewood in the timber
trade, and minute spikes from the fruit float
ibout the air and are believed by some to
cause sore throats.

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Dressed Rabbits 42c. per Ib.

HOLE IN THE ROAD Dressed Tripe 32c. per Ib.

Beef Suet 40c. per Ib.

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Frozen Cod Fillets
Frozen Haddock
Fresh Sausages
Minced Steak

OvR last adventure was with a man who
was digging a hole in the pavement,
Mr. Pincher tceok a handful of soil from the
snow-covered heap beside him and said : “Do
you know there are 5,000 million germs in
a thimbleful of this ?”
“Well, it’s nothing to do with me,” said
the man. “You’d better speak to the fore-
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1952





Sentence Postponed 3 Years For

SENTENCE on Jonathan Payne, alias “Doctor Payne”

a road mender of Porey Spr

ing, St. Thomas, was yesterday

postponed by the Acting Puisne Judge, His Lordship Mr.
Justice G. L. Taylor, after an Assize Jury found him guilty Rock, a seaman of New Orleans,
of wounding Thomas Ellis, a shopkeeper of the same dis- WS yesterday sentenced to three

trict, on January 13, this year.

chin was bitten out.

A small piece of Ellis’s

Payne was charged on two counts; the first with
wounding with intent to maim, disfigure or do grievous
bodily harm, but the jury returned a verdict of not guilty for stealing articles from parked
on that count and found him guilty of simple wounding.

Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to thd
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown.

The Prosecution’s case was that
Payne went to Ellis, a shop-
keeper of the district, that night
at about 9.15 o’clock and bought
rum and got into a dispute with
Ellis when he wanted more rum,
but was not sold it. Ellis ordered
him to go out of the shop and

Payne in an aggressive mood en- ~"

gaged Ellis in a fight and bit him.

Payne’s defence was a denial of
the bite, and a claim that the fight
had been forced on him and that
it was Ellis’ wife who bit Ellis.
He said that Ellis had told him he
had beaten bigger men than he.

Dr. Collin Vaughn who attend-
ed the wound gave evidence as
to the nature of the wound,

Disrespectful Talk

Thomas Ellis said that his wife,
Isaey Cumberbatch, Gordon Skin-
ner and himself were in the shop
when Payne came in and began
a disrespectful conversation, He
told him to go home and after
loitering around a while, he went
out of the shop, only to return a
few minutes later and call for
rum. He refused to sell him any
and Payne started to abuse him.
He asked him to leave and Payne
continued to abuse and threaten
him. Payne eventually went out
and thinking it a good opportunity
to close the door, Ellis went to do
so when Payne struck him with
a stone, threw another at him and
followed it up by pulling him into
the road. Payne then threw him
on the road and bit a piece from
his chin. He had to be assisted in
getting Payne off him.

Cross-examined, he said he had
not seen Payne fall off a bench in

the shop. He denied throwing a
bottle at Payne.

Elfrida Ellis, his wife, corrob-
orated his statement. She con-
ceeded that her husband had

thrown a bottle in a part of the
shop, but denied that it had been
thrown at Payne or that it had
struck him.

Different Evidence

Gordon Skinner, who was in
the shop at the time, gave slightly
different evidence. He said that
Ellis threw the bottle at Payne
when Payne was abusing’ and
said that Ellis told Payne he
would beat him if he did not go
out. He said that it was when
Ellis went out that a fight started
and Payne bit him.

Milton Arthur, an island con-
stable, and shopkeeper of the
same distriet, also gave evidence
as tova fight. He said he was about
ten roods away from Ellis’s shop
when he heard a quarrel, When
he went towards the quar-
rel he saw Payne, Ellis and Ellis’
wife fighting. Ellis was on the
road, Payne on him and Ellis’
wife cuffing Payne.

When they were parted, Ellis
asked him to arrest Payne.

Payne told the Court he had
been drinking some rum and had
fallen off a bench in the shop:
When Ellis told him to get out
Ellis threw bottle and hit him
with it on hi$ side. He told him
fo come out of the shop and fight
like a man and Ellis told him that
he had beaten higger men than
he. Ellis and his wife ‘then at-
tacked him and durin the fight,
Ellis’ wife bit him mistaking it for
him.

The jury returned the verdict
of guilty on the second count after
about 15 minutes’ deliberation.



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Hearing In
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Adjourned

In the Petty Debt Court yes-
terday, His Honour “Mr. Justice
A. J. H. Hanschell adjourned
further hearing in the case in
which Plaintiff Stanley Lorde of
Government Hill, St. Michael is
claiming damages to the amount
of £10 from the defendant
Harold Hinds for wrongful im-
prisonment on October 8, 1951
until April 23. Mr. J. E.
Branker is appearing in the case
on behalf of plaintiff Lorde,

Stanley Lorde was charged by
the Police for stealing money to
the amount of $4.26 from Hinds
while both of them (plaintiff and
defendant) were working at the
Johnson and Redman Bakery on
October 8, 1951.

Hinds called on Police Constable
223 Clarke to arrest Lorde. Lorde
was arrested and taken to the
Charge Room of the Central Sta-
tion and the Police took a state-
ment from him. Lorde was then
taken over to the C.D. where
his finger prints and photograph
were taken at:d then at 4.10 p.m.
he was taken before His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma and was re-
manded on the charge for a week.

On October 15, 195i, His Wor-
ship Mr. H. A. Talma dismissed
without prejudice the case of
larceny against Lorde, and Lorde
is now asking for £10 damages
for all the inconveniences
suffered while in prison awaiting
trial.

Arrest

In the Petty Debt Court yester-
day Police Constable Clarke said
that on October 8 Hinds told him
that Lorde stole money from him.
Before he arrested Lorde, Hinds
pointed out Lorde as the~ man
who took the money from him.

Harold Hinds said that on
October 8 he was working at
Johnson and Redman. He took
$4.26 from his pocket and placed
it on a ledge in the dressing
room. When he did this two boys
were in the room with him.
Then the foreman shouted for
them to come down and he and
the boys rushed out, He wan out
leaving the money on the ledge.

While going down the stairs
leading to the bottom floor he
passed Lorde on his way up to the
dressing room, On reaching about
half way down the stairs he
(Hinds) turned back to get the
money from the ledge.

On going into the room he saw
Lorde and then found that the
money that he placed on the
ledge was missing. He asked
Lorde for the money and Lorde
handed him his wallet but would
not allow him to search his pock-
ets. He then informed the Police.

To Mr. Branker Hinds said that
when he put the .money On the
ledge two boys were in the
dressing room with him. He
left when the foreman called
them downstairs.

At this stage the case was
adjourned so that a witness in
the case could be summoned to
the Court.

the price asked

T. to the

Stealing Bag

Twenty-two-y ear-dld Cecil

years penal servitude when a
jury found him guilty of stealing
a travelling bag with articles and
money, a total value of $300, from
a car on November 21 last year.
Rock has three other convictions

cars and before this sentence was
at present serving a term of im-
prisonment for a similar offence.
The case was presided over by
the Acting Puisne Judge, His
Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor,
Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to the
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown.

The articles and money were
the property of Clement Wocd of
Dalkeith Road and his son, Wood's
son was returning to Canada about

the time of the larceny and a
passport was among the items
stolen.

Wood had parked his car in

Synagogue Lane and returned for
it after about 20 minutes, When
he missed the bag, he informed
the police who started investiga-
tions,

The chief evidence against Rock
was an admission in a statement
Police that he stole the
bag. Two of the items were found
at Rock’s mother’s home when the
police searched it,

In his defence, he said that the
statement had been taken from
him under duress. He said that
he had bought the shirt and pants,
the items found at his mother from
stores in Swan Street.



Cook Gets A Year
For Wounding

Sydney Maughn, a 26-year-old
cook of the Bay “Wand who was
found guilty earlier In the Ses-
sions of wounding with intent,
biting off MacDonald Burke’s ear
on December 18 last year, was
yesterday sentenced to one year’s
imprisonment by the Acting

© Puisne Judge His Lordship Mr.

Justice G. L. Taylor.

A good account of Maughn’s
character was given by the Pro-
bation Cfficer. His Lordship was
informed that he had been con-
nected with two disputes, both of
which were concerned with his
wife as was the present fight.

Mr, Denis Malone who detended
him asked for the leniency of the
Court.

His Lordship told Maughn that
the biting off of a man’s ear was
dificult and it must have taken
him sometime to do and must
have been done deliberately. The
man was marked for life and
seriously inconvenienced, and it
was only ‘on account of his clean
record that he did not sentence
him to a long term of imprison-
ment. :

Two Years

Steel band leader Austin
Springer who was found guilty
early in the session of receiving
a namber of shirts which were
stelen from a Swan Street store,
was sentenced to two years’ im-
prisonment with hard labour, The
shirts were used as costume for
the members of Springer’s steel
band.

Seven Years

Zephinah Corbin, a 32-year-old
labourer of Jackson who was
found guilty of wounding Lemuel
Maynard of the Ledge Plantation
with intent to disfigure, disable
or resist lawful apprehension was
sentenced to’ seven years’ penal
servitude. Corbin was stealing
yams from the plantation when
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Minor Handicrafts
Committee,
To Be Set Up.

A Minor Handicrafts Devélop-
ment Committee is to be up
under the Chairmanship
D. A, Wiles, Assistant
Secretary to examine ways,
means of developing minor handi-
crafts in the island.

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday considered a
letter from the Colonial Secre-
tary informing them that His Ex-
cellency the Governor proposed '>
set up this committee, and asking
the Chamber to nominate one of
its members to serve on the Com-
mittee. Mr. Maurice Cave was
accordingly nominated to the
Committee,




The terms of reference of the
Committee are “to examine ways
and means of developing minor
handicrafts in this island, whether
existing or new, with special
reference tc (a) projects and pri-
ority of development; (b) train-
ing of workers and _ improve-
ment and upgrading of workman-
ship; (c) supply of raw, semi-
manufactured or manufactured
material for recommended pro-
jects; (d) method of insuring
steady and_ reliable production;
(e) marketing and sales organisa-
tion; (f) subjects which might
be taken to assist development at
regional level and by Govern-
ment itself; and to make detailed
recommendations with estimates,

where necessary, for such de-
velopment,
The Council of the Chamber

alsc nominated Mr. R, M. Cave to
serve as their representative on
the Barbados Publicity Committee
in place of Mr. A. R. Toppin who
will be away on leave in England
for three months as from the 1st
of June.



Inquest Adjourned
Until April 16

Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Cor-
oner of District “A” yesterday
adjourned until April 16 the in-
quest touching the death of Arnold
Meanwell. Arnold Meanwell who
was a popular band leader, died
at his home at Top Rock, Christ
Church on March 18, 1952. Dr.
A. S. Catgeperformed a post mor-
tem examination on the body of
the deceased at the Burton’s Par-
lour, Pinfold Street, on March 19.

Clifford Clairmonte, a _ clerk
identified the body to Dr, A. S.
Cato. Sjt. Gill told the court that
two bottles containing liquid from
the body were sent to the Govern-
ment Analyst for a report.

When hearing resumes. the
Government Analyst will read his
report and Dr. Cato will give his
findings after the post mortem
examination,

“ATHELBEACH”

DUE TODAY

The molasses tanker Athelbeach
is expected to arrive at Barbados
to-day to load vacuum pan
molasses, She will be anchored in
Carlis‘’e Bay and tended by the
small tanker Athelbrook which is
accustomed coming to Barbados
to load molasses for Trinidad.

The Athelbrook will be
riving eerly during the morning t:
load at the molasses berth of the
inner basin. She will be making
a few trips out to the Athelbeach
in the Bay.

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Harrison Line Keeps Regular

Service To W.1.

Mr. Austin Baddeley, Superin-
tendent of the Harrison Line
Steamship Company with head-
quarters in Trinidad, told the
Advocate yesterday that the Har-
rison Line is maintaining its reg-
ular services to the West Indies.

He said that at present Hi
rison liners are calling at Barba-
dos for sugar and they expect t
take 20.000 tons from the

island this month and a further
20.000 in May.

Mr. Baddeley came over to
Barbados earlier in the week to
meet Sir Thomas Harrison
Hughes, Chairman and Managing
Director of the Harrison Line who
was making a round trip with a
party of guests on board the S.S.
Interpreter.

He said that Sir Thomas visit-
ed Maracaibo, Curacao, Vene-
zuela and Trinidad before com-
ing to Barbados and left yester-



“Skylark” Gets 3 Months

His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
Police Magistrate of District “A’
yesterday sentenced Vincen, Bis-
phem alias “Skylark” of Eagle
Hall, St. Michael, to three months’
imprisonment with hard labour
for stealing a sheep belonging to
Inez Haynes on April 5

Bispham, a 24-year-old labourer
went into the yard of Hayne
while she was away from home
and took away the sheep which
was valued at $15,

Bispham was arrested a few
hours after he committed the
offence.



Band Concert
This Evening

In due deference to Holy Week,
the Police Band will render a
special concert beginning at 4.45
this evening in Queen’s Park, in
place* of the usual pepular con-
cert,

The programme which will be
conducted by Capt. C. E. Raison
is as follows:—

Classic The Trumpet Voluntary
—Jeremiah Clarke
Oratorio — The Crucifixion Stainer

Arranged by Band-Sgt. C. Archer
Characteristic In a Monastery Garden
—Ketelbey

Cornet Ballad — My Prayer
—-W. HH.
In Meditation
Chaminade

Squires
Air Religioso

Aria Celebre — Ave Maria

—Gounod-Bach
Morceau Evensong Fasthope-Martin
Sonata Transcription Moonlight
Sonata — Beethoven
Finale—The Creat; Hymn Beethoven |
Hymn of the P@sion “When I



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| GARAGE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE GAS-
OLENE SERVICE STATION WHICH WILL OPEN AS
USUAL FROM 7.15 A.M. to 5.30 P.M., WILL CLOS
ON THE AFTERNOON OF THURSDAY, 10TH. AND

INSTANT.

|

RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY, 15TH.

WILL
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| COURTESY GARAGE
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. 1952 :
PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 10

CLASSIFIED ADS. |" ™# ssuss |” ron mexT " SHIPPING NOTICES (°° °°"

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REAL ESTATE HOUSES




















































PERCY H. BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer.

o ICE BUILDING — At “Brigade A STEA sailed 18th Apml— arrives Barbados 29th April, 1952.
31 3.4 52—5n ‘Situated in @ well established residential | House,” facing Garrison savannah, now et ten re ree oa. ck

area and yet within walking distance] occupied by Dr, Gardiner. Apply C. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
——— }
Si iichaet, |Cage taoags Co Mieapa 0, Owner [of uidactowm, compris Daswine andl" Gintke, % Swan Street. Dist OH
10.4.52—2" | griven in first class condition. Dial 88. Grooms, breakfast. room, pantry,| O* 50%. 5.4,82—4n. A STEAMER sailed 27th Mareh--arrives Barbados 12th April 1952.
: 2—SN kitchenette,

sonciabiee toilet and bath and wash A STEAMER sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26 April, 1952
OFFICIAL SALE | —agqscoac ier were Cor, perfect [Tom with a double, servants or'tand | GOVERNMENT NOTICE CANADIAN SERVICE ——S~S~S~S
CARS—One 7 Mersu yard, stands on square ol

condition, One Fluid Drive Decge Car. YS Sue on application at the prem- -

TE TRE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | APPIN to Cosmopolitan Garagé, Mag®- jses any day between 1! to 5 except




'Thone 3



8
TELEPHONE 2508 | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIa, NEW SUSTRALIA, NEW | 09099909 9000000DOS999OG ‘. NO Ft IcE
Br a oe ee cedar nnn } ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. The M.V. “CACIQUE DEL %|%
Five Barbs ados Government Debentures (M.A.N.Z. —= TBE” qill accep) Compe ant }
of £500 each at 34%%. These Debentures ee SS. “TEKOA” w CARI 3
IN MEMORIAM ; FOR SALE | Will be set up for sale by Public Auction | , APARTMENT at eT i from Adelaide February 15th cchaule, 1s) 3 Fassanpni De 6 Ruan comets S| e
Sia ae ot Sn ee eee re cue Thursday! ona pming rooms, two large Bedrooms | March 2 tr Trinidad St. Vincent, Sailing Saturday 12th %
t a Moore, who. was AUTOMOTIVE loth instant at 2 pm. poycr, | each with running water, Kitchenette | Bane, Mat eh 8 eS eases hee inst. :
“to aa on April ‘a, 1986. “CAR—For 1 Anglid a perfect conditior “ana Solicitors. | °c Garage. er 10.4.52--2n | April 25th. +4 Scomugre tor Dees |
o. be fremembere ara do- CAR ‘ord nglia in pe r a . < | ves- } - ‘
vert sa Neha Sardeitn ‘Daugh- |Apply E. N. Roach, Cluffs Plantation, | 14.52—5n - mee | ee to one cee 2S + Paw ica. Antigua,” Montserrat, Nevis | Will Policyholders please note that this
€ ore an ? 2 a . one 91-12 | “BEACH co’ TAGE on st ames oast, and St Kitts. Sailing ‘0-day ’
ters), Margot, Beverley, Florette, Ronald} St, Lucy, or Phone 4.4.52—3n} PROPERTY: 3,725 sq, ft. of land at is ana | {Pozen cargo. ¥ ica tee dae |
(Grand ehildren), Emeline Aboab (Aunt) | Hunte’s Road, nr, Tweedside Ra. (1) one] Perieck sapamad — ‘lese, Gums] Cargo accepted on through | Bille, o eo SO ele eee Office will NOT BE OPENED on
10.4.5" | “GAR-_One Chevrolet (Stvlemaster) Tout |houne 16 x 9 x 8 with galvanised Shed’. | Ti ohGne. Reasonable terms to suitable en | fo Se Se winawied capt Cares end mucuinee tar Ot
——— | Mode! in _first oon condition. Dial foe: one: me ae Mart couple Apply: Beachlands, St. James or “Islands. . | Dominica, Antigua, Mentessat, {
PUHLIE NOTICES 2° ogo an 10.4,82—an} Phone 018? SED | “per riner particuias aonly ~ |X Poy ites" SE SATURDAY. 12th APRIL ;
: LT « LTD. a ° .
Cee a es FARAWAY—St. Philip coast, 3 bed-| FURNESS WITHY & CU., Me x
ome | CAR—One Chevrolet 5 sedter M—1679 FOR SALE rooms. Fully furnished. ting Plant. INIDAD. B.W.T, SCHOONER OWNERS’ | %
NOTICE is hereby given that it is the |in good running order. Dial 3260 at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on} watermill supply. Double Car Port, two ASDOCEATION «ney : ,
ti of the Unitas Pratrum Friendly 9.4.52—4n | Friday the 18th instant at te P-™. | servant rooms. From May ae Phone DACOSTA & CO., ie ensignee e
Socldiy, the Martins Bay Friendly Soci- |) —————_—_____——_————————_—___ UPLAND, 3rd reten cera >. oe “76. 10.4,52—t fn aw re
te, The Nonparie! Friendly Society, and | CAR—Morris Minor 4,000 miles. Ex= eens et” Srae anaes ED suite | SURANCE x
Small Town United Brotherhood | cellent condition. Phone 3167 — t ‘The bh onaiaans MODERN THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE AS
Friendly. Society to amalgamate with the | teat Slewteg gee Dinto rane om tne ‘ae py AE aon Apply to Alma a SOCIETY
m | — particulars. .
eo ae Pe “SAR: Hiliman 1949 Model, recently | Moor, 3 Bedrooms upstairs and usual Leshiey No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. : le 5
the Ist of Janummy 1952, ‘ 2n} Offices. Garage for 1 car. Inspection 23.2.52—t.f£.n. iv °
Dated this Ist Gus of eS ae ry overhauled Passer ots eee 52 — om application at the house any day ex- t Cc. x. BROWNE, %
Registrar of Friendly Society. CAR—One Prefect 1948 model in per- | 6M Sunder betwese 58 a.m. andi4 PIn-5: RUMSEY, — Coane Coast. 4 bed Inc. x %
‘aie - stra { Fri § l tect’ condition, on Sale at Yeorwood’s COTTLE, CATFORD & Co . rooms. Fully furnished, lighting Plant, * Secretary. .
z Garage. Harts Street, 5 Tyres in good 6.4.52—in. oe supply. Bible oa rane ao camer taeeets $ , 3
= . ~ 7 Caen II EIISIEIEUIUUEnEnSSS nt nga rooms rom
NOTICE , condition, above St. Mary's. | |. HAROLDVILLE, PERRY'S GAP, tober Ist Phone 4426. NEW YORK SERVICE x
The Perochial Treasurer's OfMCe Stef ROEBUCK STREET 10,4,52—t.f.n 2 10/4/52.—1n,
Mtichael will be closed on Saturday 12th; “CAR—one 1) Moreis @ Car. Good] . At 2 p.m., ees oa aan ee A STEAMER sailed 28th Mareh--arrives Barbados 10th April, 1952. es °
Anil, 198 i condition About 30,000 miles, $700.00. is very comfortable ing house FFI :
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ELEC LLC LIE.

NOTICE.

























































SOUTHBOUND |
tion) gine Lane. Phone 3915. Saturdays and Sundays. e
Paeey JAWANIR a ee Admission of Patients to Tuber- Name of Ship Salle Halifax Arrives Barbados ||] a7 iyy c sn 6 1
sf Plaintiff l PICKUP—Model “A” Ford Pickup with “\SUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, culosis Sanatorium, Caura, “ALQOA PILGume” 1h Mare 3th | Our, ustomers an e enera "
Se Ahan Lacs ppcage) 008, nyree Snes er Somes. |e James Street. Trinidad, Se March 29th April 7th Public please note that our
. anne the estate of Gordon Briss naRNEs & CO.,LTD. — 9.4.09-t-f-n 5.438—On. Ie is notified for general infor-|“ALCOA PARTNER" a ‘3 April 13th April 23rd
N Pp 5 1s a am ; 1. . e ma that those is who
LINCOLN PRIF LY BUSHELL , I ent Va in good te
Deter TP Geter ae! Star AUCTION ——_| Wish? to ‘Obtain treatment at the| arco, WQREBROENP DNC Mamata er || OFFICE, STATIONERY and |

Pays ig Ave hereby give 1 that b3 viet te | bargain “Reasonably Priced. oes as UNDER THE SILVER ~—— sae Gta the ae make ie 9 ae or
OC eee tamcer OC The saan Et tel ca’ Secretariat | “A STEAMER” Ba jared steeind April ‘or St. n,
A l dated the 8th day of April, 1962] app.
there wil be set up for sale to the highest ~~ PLECTRIC AL HAMMER aa ioe, rr s no acohustt deel Lawrence River ag PRINTING DEPT.
bidd it th ce of the Clerk o n€ n .
miaaal a}, the Omice of the Clore oe etl RADIO One Phillips Ten (0) Tube]; ge. en ee with sell. the Restaurant ‘ooh p oor ahs id a These vessels have limited passenger accommodation.
House, Bridgetown, between the hours of | Radio, Apply: V. B. St. John, C/o N. 3 | purniture of the Vietoria Club, comprising x less an on it is wn t ill b 1
12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the afternoon | Howell, Bay Street 10.4.52—2n | Dining Tables and Chatra in Pine, Tres- z can L# re me ig ————— | wi e closed on
on Friday, the 20th day of June, 1952: -_ tie Table; Larder, Ri Chairs; Dinner | arrangem are ma or RVICE
All that certain piece or parcel of lan?’ 1 IVESTOCK Service; Pyrex and Glass Ware; Water| admission to the Sanatorium. ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK & GULF SE a
ait Sand no si AVE Ear Set Pg, Seon Fore Cac | "9 Apply. DA COSTA & CO. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE SATURDAY. April 12th
Sates in thie island containing by ad | HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding) qo. ‘and Weights; Oven, Saucepans, . It is suggested that . x pri
measurement. three roods two perches | oUt of O.T.C Apply: Constant Plan- Kettles Cake pans; ete. Glass Cases contemplating such application
or thereabouts abutting and bouhding on }*atioo. Ring S04 20, 6.69--Gry ‘

ra and other items. Sale 12 noon. Terms| Should first call on the Director of














































































ert ts SEs. “on tools ot. tory MISCELLANEOUS | “RRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | pleased to advise’ ""” “'" Y°|% Your Car deserves the Best OIL you can obtain, therefore, Newspaper and Advertising
Elizabeth “Richards “and on the Public] CLOTH—Domestic Cig Sood. quality ; : Auctioneers. . m : 10.4.52.—1n DRAIN, FLUSH, and RE-FILL with . ' Departments will remain open
ond or however else the same may abut}only 39. a ¥ a . . -—Iin.
and bound— : 9.4.52—2n s as usual.
anal - not then sold the said propert naan “che, tee ee fa 8 GE R M 0 i L
will be set up for sale on ever ‘ “REAM FLANNEL for Trousers in
ceeding Reading: betiewen the'mine, haut 9g ‘alities at ‘Thani Bros. Dial 3466 ‘ Hello Everybody eee e
until the same is “old for not 9.4.52-—2n Please call in at - - - 1 } TD 4
than £125 et ale - A
pated this 8th day of April, 1952 DRIED FRUIT Raisins, Currants TWEEDSIDE AUCTION CENTRAL FOUNDRY L 5 ADVOCATE co. LTD.
F. G. TALMA Prunes and Mixed Peel. W. M, FORD MART Gasolene Service Station — Trafalgar Street
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Roebuck St. Dial 3489. 24 ACCOUNTANT required to take rer
of Appeal 9.4 in| charge; preferably with experience o!
10,4.52—3n | - weahciethidalpcbeetale Machine Accownting. Salary subject tc Tweedside Road
: etna ENVELOPES—200 Envelopes design for | ability and qualifications. Applications I can mupphy 7° you with— : Ss
OFFIC! AL NOTICE Ist day covers ‘of Centenary, Stamps. res only to ©. 8. PITCHER &|/] Dining 1 c E a ||
gents each. Specially for. Semmes “I}] “Radios, 4 Burner Oil Stoves, N o T
tor Apply M J. James C/o Advocate ce
saileavieie nei Vata dn| SUSINESS GENT, highest reterences,||| Galvanise Buckets, Glass

vequires quiet, cool, unfurnished accom-

ee Cases, Wood Stoves. and
FLANNELETTE for underwear and! modation vicinity Aquatic/Garrison. One

lots of other items.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

Policyholders and the general public are hereby














’ , Aher purposes 64c, and White, Blue, Pink or two Rooms, Full details and monthly Dial 4837 notified that our Branch Office, over Collins’ Ltd.,

LILY JAWAHIR , 5 a Pu

r JAWAD at ‘Thant's. 9.4.62—€n| Terms to Box A Advocate, pleave, 10.4,62—2n. Broad St., will be closed each working day except POLI EK NOTICE
Qualified Administratrix cum testamento “GLADIOL! & DAHLIA"—Orders are

annex of the estate of Gordon Springer

st Saturday between the hours of 11 a.m. and Noon. We
sow being taken for Gladioli and Dahllas! NURSE: Experience Baby's Nurse im-













LINCO ea a pe ‘or delivery in December 1952, parties! mediately. | Apply: “Garden House”, close for the day on Saturday at noon as usual.

LN ees Y BUSHELA nterested in booking please phone 4442,| Constant, St. George 10.4.52—3n % smaenes @ wenn
DX purniance of an Onder in this Court | "= Geddes Grant, Lad. hs aa Tr Jacket 10. DAY'S NEWS FLASH THE DEMERARA MUTUAL LIFE

in the above action made on the ath dav TAILORS—Journeymen Tailors, (Jacke

———
HAMS Cooked Hams in ‘ins| Hands) only those with experience need

of April, 1952, I give notice to all persons | 1,1 for $3.12 also Canadian Pienic’s 61b| apply. P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd






























———
having any estate, right or interest in o . u fi k St 26.3.52—t.f REEDS FOR CLARINETTES |
aor oa or incumbrance affecting Sint 348. Nan Cake RO 8 oh prere AND —
certain piece or pareel of lane Se :
situate at Prospect in the parish of Sain JUST RECEJVED—Valor Stove parts, MISCELLANEOUS Some fxtra Copies of :
James in this Island containing by ad-| cluding —- Chimneys, Spreaders, Grid] “SonGapowW To rent or lease a two ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS
mengurement three roods; two perche | rop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also| .BUNGALOW—To rent or lease a two Of the King’s Funeral for Sale.
or thereabouts abutting and bounding or ressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre| ° three bedroom stone Bungalow,
other lands of the defendont, on land company, Trafalgar & Sp Streets unfurnished, preferabky Navy Gardens, Coloured and Clear Plastic By
of Mis. G. Weeks, on lands of Mory | snnte 3008 2 3 s9-t tn, | Garrison, or Belleville, Reply A.B.C. The Yard
Biieabee Richards and on the Pubiic : c © Advocate, 10. 4.52—3n. NOTICE
oad or however else the same may abut | LAUNCH: 21 foot imported Steel . ee all at 7
and bound— ea ‘ z ONE SMALL INCUBATOR to purchase. ¥ D f ll M
to bring before me an account of their aor Biber SBR greta Wig id ee Contact McKenzie 4536, from 8 to 4 and JOHNSON'S SEATIONERS rivers o a otor
suid claims with their witnesses, docu ; im ‘g.4.52~an | after 3736. 5.4,52—n, and
ments and vouchers, to be examined by oo | —









â„¢me on any Tuesday, or Friday between | METAL S
the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock ir METAI DDERS: Durable

STEPLA:
the tifternoon; at the Office of the Clerk o! eel stepladders of four, six, eight, and














Vehicles are requested to





n tread, from $9.88 up. On sale ‘now. | ee * oe
ae. Boysen pay of Appeal at the }«. R. Hunte & co., Ltd. Lower Broad RE
Court House, | tidgetown, before the ith |v, “Dial 5186 9.4.52—2n THURSDAY, 10TH APRIL until TUESDAY i j l
e - Yr way suc. aoouenes
eee ane a pv tb ond to the PRINTS—American Prints, Lovely Big NIAGARA FACTORY FURNISH (j ; exercise specia care on
u priority thereof respective! Neneh . r
otherwise such persons will be pa: Soh Flowers for House Coats or Bed Sheet

15TH at 8.00 A.M.

from the benefit of the said Decree, ane | % “t 7°: * Ya. Thanks. 4.52—2n
au earaven OE: AT. GUAR: Ot, OR RROIat ), sseaicsiesenmestincnnnselindenniiesenangninsiasbilinitemcte
e sa Property Ds—Cc
Claimants are also notified that they Suecde,” Games tot ete “Oat veer

DIAL 4322




For Easter Day Easter Monday.

















must attend the sald Court on Wednes” | “noice, A. BARNES & CO.,LTD. N. B. HOWELL
aay, the 1th day of June, 1952, at 1 ' 9.4.52—t.f.n _ ° »
orelack a.m. APTLY SUES “Wince MUMIA WERBY Ni ree areca meets ORIEN I AL L B & HA WARE

. SISAL GRASS BAGS: Muiti-coloured Vanities, Stools & Dressing UM ER RD
mane my hand this th day o | Sisal Grass Bags in “attractive designs Tables $14 to $98—Wardrobes,




SOUVENIRS

SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS

fust the thing that would sell to Vene-

Linen Presses, Bedsteads from 30
selan Tourists $6.00 each; but discount

to 54”, Springs, Laths, Washstands,
Cradles, Night-chairs

G. TALMA,

Ag. Clerk of the ‘Anatadtng Court n cash orders. Apply: Mrs. W. Burke,
of Appeal rittons X Rd. or Dia) 4187

10.4. 52-2) |

Dial 3306 i pte Think of your passen-














‘ We desire to notify our Friends and Customers
that Our Business WILL BE CLOSED from












10.4.52—In

SHOES—Ladies White Shoes and Hats
or Easter, you go to see these at Thani



TABLES for Dining. Kitchen
fund Faney use, Cabinets for China,
Kitchen & Bedroom, Larders,
Wagons, Trolleys, Liquor Cases














gers and pedestrians.



































ye ; " DE LA INDIA CHINA e R. T. MICHELIN
jros. Dial 3466, 9.4.52—2n yIPT $5.50 up
; . ae Police Head ‘ters mmissi ice
NO i ICE SOUPS—Vegetable, Tomato, Chicken, DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE eee - issioner of, Poslog,
‘ T H A N I ’ Ss in Morris, Rush and other Styles,



9th April, 1952.
ream of Mushroom. W, M. FORD,

—PIANOS, Ice Boxs, Typewriter;






\sparagus, Pea, Consommé, Ox Tail nD. |


































>, Roebuck St., Dial 3489, Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466 Pram, Wardrobe &: cther Trunks—
We beg to notify our Be ao oat RS TE cau Manone seuaianoen to: sen posal
iriendsâ„¢ and customers Wt} -ZINNED,,., MEATS Luncheon Beet, we are OPEN TILL. 4.15 CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF THE C. A.
r * orn eef, nm utton, Corned
that our office, repair de- Reet eet ey, Veal Loaf and Tins : f BRATHWAITE’S PROVISION STORE AND
partment and : ade str Dial Bag POND! eth ke SACRED CANTATA GIBBS’ GROCERY ARE NOTIFIED THAT



L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4060

ten Wer ; WIND ‘

parts department will ‘olours i.e, Gents os tea Thani
8

not be opened for bus- Bros. Dial 3460, 9.4.52—2n

ness on Saturday, 12th

“ EASTER-TIDE”

JAMES ST.

THESE BUSINESSES ARE NOW LOCATED
AT NO. 23, ROEBUCK ST. (OPPOSITE SPRY
ST. CORNER) UNDER MY NAME.














ELECTROLUX |

METHODIST
CHURCH
GOOD FRIDAY 7.40 PM





















)
inst. However our Gas- Rockley Golf Club - soLomsts IN OUR NEW AND MORE COMMODIOUS }
oline Station will be open Members are asked to note that Sao FOR SALE
as usual, Messrs. G Pollard. P. Deane, SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO GIVE THE
ADMISSION :

COLE & CO., LTD. USUAL INTERESTED SERVICE.

Good-Friday April Lith,






i the Club house will be closed on

Silver: Collection at the Door



ial anal ; NOTICE











WINDSOR LODGE



QUARTERS MY STAFF AND MYSELF
x







USFS ETOCS











with verandah three sides
of house, double garage and i i
servants’ rooms with bath N @ - I ¢C E \ eee which
and toilet, This is a solid years ago caused the Bajan
stone wall residence built y ) Cook to exclaim :

about 1780, situated in Gov- ‘ & ; .
ernment Hill, standing on & \ Hey! Hey! Looka Fia
seven acres partly enclosed

with wall and connected
at our...-
with the Electric and Water Will our Customers please note th

van . HARDWARE and
Branker Trotman & Co.

seinen, « na tase {| LUMBER YARD DEPARTMENTS



(| Agents. GENERALLY ARE REQUESTED TO

)
,
This three storey Resi- N. s. SAINSBURY 1
dence contains five bed- Wholesale Provision & Grocery Dealer it ,

‘ | rooms and dressing rooms, *Phone 3115. No. 23, Roebuck Street ei
") The most satisfactory | a bath, two toilets, breakfast 10.4.52.—2n. Si
s} method of selling your | room, pantry, kitchen ete., if
property is through an OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC drawing and dining rooms BOGS }
ne established firm of . i

NOTE THAT OUR STORE (ALL...

JOHN
it v4.
| BLADON on Saturday 12th inst.

DEPARTMENTS) WILL REMAIN OPEN

mek ice!”

a

' A
ee oa until 4 p.m.

AF.S., F.V.A,

is here again. .





in full force just in time to meet the

needs of those who cannot avail themselves of the
have the reputation

}
1
iN for results ‘
)
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HARRISON'S — Broad Street















Agents. i electricity supply in the near future.
"Phone 4640 Plantations Ltd. {'} 10.4.52—1n. ' at Bridgetown and Speightstown will be closed to These machines are for operation on kerosene oil,
») { \
yee eae = Pn SSS } business on SATURDAY, 12TH INSTANT. iy natural gas or electricity. and are available in 41, cub.
’ '

Qur SUGAR and MOLASSES. WAREHOUSES ft. and 7 cub. ft. models.

|
| will be opened as usual.

HAPPY EAS IER... eee



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POOSS

lo







; o | t RS NOW
ve OVEN FRESH SERVICE i Kindly arrange your shopping accordingly. BOOK you:
‘ Do not forget to take home a good stock of . if r
Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS—only 46c. per pound. x THE EMTAGE ELEC. CoO.
Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. z PL ANTATIONS LIMITED % sia eit acini
THE WEST eae EEPCUSS CO., LTD. N Si.
Fn eye AP ae ante er a I RSS ee TELS Se ES RNR FOES $,6.6695599 SO GF 9SCSSSS 98S FSS OS OSSOOO PUTS POOSOS







THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN



nN Nene tenement

HENRY B CARL ANDERSON '

PENTALUX| sas

| GLOSS HINISH PAINT ioe i

Chic






















FOR SUPPLIED
BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES IN A H A - S
| C vec. ams.crcarcow. S| || [Wee ess rarer
wer re — te eae EXTERIOR
——— = Y irame te WIDE H A c S
© & of all
AND descriptions
ATTRACTIVE :
| for Ladies
INTERIOR RANGE opened



iad and

BLONDIE gS being opened
a salar re sicierarh secret , ae , USE COLOURS at the
ih eek THE VERY BEST IN PAINT || BARGAIN

HELLO,) SIL” 5
DEAR-: = SA
OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING HOU SE
HARDWARE STORES






STANTON'S. 1 he
NEW LIVING= — Se oh
So




















ROOM SET r7,

WHAT'S ) \ Tre

Swan Street







|__IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE













SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only

OO ————— ES A ee ee
Make Your EASTER a HAPPY ONE”
Shop ata DV. SCOTT & CO. Lid. a NOW.



Usually Now Usually Now
Bottles GREEN SEAL RUM (Qts.) .... 1.20 1,00 BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES (Limited
Bottles CORONATION WINE ..... 1.44 1.32 Quantities) 14 Ibs. Caskets 4.19 3.60
Bottles VI STOUT . 30 26 1-Ib. Boxes ... 2.18 1.80
Botiles CARLINGS BEER 2 02C*sk ee econ’ ss =
° ZENG ok reeeeenees 26 22 Limited Quantities WELSON’S PICNIC
SWEET BISCUITS—Pkgs. HAMS Approx. 7 Ibs. each 1,23 1.16
Assorted Cream ...... . ; 56 36 Limited Quantities IMPERIAL LEG
Carnival Assorted ........... ehh 53 36 HAMS ‘A ; 1.54 1.40



D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

THE COLONNADE GROCERIES







OPEN! DOES THAT ~
ANTON JOKER ALWAYS

LEAVE HIS DOORS
UNLOCKED ?

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IN QUIETLY 4















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| AWARD THE EASTER PRIZE TO THE
LADY WITH THE A.K. WAIR-DO



Make your hair beautiful this Easter

—?
BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES

AMAZED THEY WATCH THE _\f++FOR THE THIRD '
DEADLY PYGMIES CARRY OFF | TIME# WHERE ARE) EVEN KNOWIF I'M
THE MYSTERIOUS, WOUNDED | THEY TAKING HIM? J AWAKE*OR DREAMING
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' : award a book on sport to the water? At U.K. Foods Fair to business as from 4 my
e2 u n rn I re first person who sends the cor- NOTE. All entries for ¥ iat tae a aS ee. ae
. rect answers to the three fol- “Sports Quiz” should be ad- Barbados will not be represent- WEWEAM: @ ©O
‘ > lowing questions. dressed “Sports Quiz” c/o ed at the forthcoming British g
> BY P. A. \ 1. If a player kicks a foot- Advocate Sports Editor, and Foods Fair which is to be held at | $69sessesecesosessosess:!
ball and it bursts on its â„¢ust reach this office by 12 Olympia from the 5th to 19th
: - . way to the goal but still 200m on Saturday April 12. July this year.
: THE men are complaining that I have been enters the goal, should the T2€ Correct answers and the Chamber of Commerce had, E R N | E $
t devoting my energies to the Ladies Inter- referee award a goal or "@me of the winner will be at the invitation of the Colonial ’
; Club Table Terinis matches while very little not? rae is Aa- Secretary, instructed ae Secre- DEMOC
4 is being written about them. This however 2. How many rums did the Fach entry must be accom- a ” +P tear pies ergy RATIC CLUB
was not an oversight on my part but was done first wicket partnership panied by A COUPON as set = |, Douses 2S Bey : Fair. but
is Sep ; : " ‘ ca between George Challenor ont below sending exhibits to the Fair, bu There will be a MEETING
mainly to inspire the ladies who are this ana Tim Tarilton yield in SPORTS QUIZ the only firm which replied, ex- -DAY
year creating a precedent in the history of the first innings against name .................-...- pressed their regret at not being Thursday, April 10th
local table tennis by fulfilling a very exten- Trinidad in the 1927 Tri- eee, , able to take part. ‘ at 6 p.m. Sharp
: : sive programme. angular tournament Mt cece cece nese Accordingly, the Secretary was
‘ y Kensington? RETR CRS i instructed by the Council of the to discuss the PROBLEMS
; sz Di. FE 6 I Be I ov ac ccs cre ccccvccstecedveues Chamber at its mee yesterday of the FIRST DAY’S
} In the Men’s Diviston I. Inter- ee te est coos bevbutseesseneane to reply to the Col Secretary RACING at UNION PARK
t Club series four clubs are in the stating that none of the members
running for the trophy as the first partan Beat of the Chamber had evinced any| ff} As Lobster Cocktails were
round reaches its final stages

interest in sending exhibits to favourites for the March Maralyn is pure country milk in all its creamy 9 WEED TO ADD
3 They are: Barna, Pelican, ry © W d Of the Fair. Meeting, I have asked my richness . .. a wonderful new flavour . . . plenty
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At the beginning of the week d to submit a list of names as tenay Snow, of Edgewater meed to do is add hot or cold water. Enjoy it
Everton I. were 21 points with 4 Spartan defeated Empire by St V incent A Success suitable persons from among whom Hotel fame, to let me have today —or tonight about bed-time. Soz. and | 6oz. TINS
aes. per sail an maith four goals to two in their Second e We saan ee i? Pay eee pe ae. A BOVRIL QUALITY PRopuCT

maaan wet 7 ae” Division fixture played at Queen’s , 1 : arbados at the ish Indu :
es and Y.M.C.A. 35 in six match- p>. yesterday afternoon. THE MEMBERS of the Wanderers’ Cricket Touring Fair nest month. There will also be the

es. So far Everton I. gained three *“ny) 0? 0 . eenedially i team just back from St. Vincent have had an extremely’
points by the forfeit route, The game especially in the y

Y.M.C.A. three, Barna one while

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r lor © Ladies and Gents!
tiene lagen tex every aint. ugh and oue ee poe Norman Marshall told the Advocate yesterday. 3 Be sure to be there at— as well as bits and pieces.
Good luck for Everton, but un- 4.000? De taken oF he “Empire He said that the Vincentians were very hospitable A PICNIC & DANCE Nice people get nice things.
B fortunately for the other three } ver eR an emp and did everything in their power to make them happy y “+ ALSO ADVISE MY
| sides, Abbey Marines did not turn “ The game opened slowly with and feel quite at home. eee es which will be given by MEMBERS and FRIENDS
up for the Marines-Everton match ,., sn haat Ji ‘ their stay, the layed Miss NORA SHEPHERD an
, , members of both teams kicking During eir y> y P S ' ys that they can bet on any
4 on Monday night. Everton II the ball in the general direction two three-day cricket games ummer. 8 os detieoriiak “tucttecac
; therefore got another nine points of their opponents’ goal, rather against Colony XI’s and a one day z 7 Syne ethsetitne Union vark
thr< ugh forfeited sets, making than making any constructive game at Orange Hill as the Tennis Results’ On the Opening Night- { Meeting — Pari-Mutuel
them 30 points in five games movements. Play continued like guest of Mr. Cyril Barnard sad Easter Bank-holiday April 14, 1952 $ Geas — providing thay
‘ this throughout the first half. in these they were victorious ' ION: Picnic 2/- D: 2/- en
‘ Clubs Annoyed Spartan scored the first goal of They also played a few tennis Men’s Singles us Berry Freeman's Or k 3) peach ar Praag (
q There was some _ misunder- ! match one ee before — games, a singles game which - Night: Mr st Clair Gitt's Ork ¥{ -
t re 7 4 am as to Uume when a penalty was award- ; f Ronald A. D. Hutchinson beat J. C. Refreshments on Sale E. PROCTOR i
a M: as t ; rom : iia }
; ao sane So tab hare The other ed them after Jordan the Empire oon iaaee and three doubles Barker 6—4; 6—2. cases dlgtper ns-paneteaeee q } at exceptionally
1 leading Clubs are very annoyed »\° k a the me ae Pen games which they lost to the Vin- _ L. A. Harrison beat Dr. A, S. | $65§5666995566966G OOO FGOOR |
2 and hope that this does not recur, #17 Sant tak ane ik perce centians. Cato 10—8; 11—9. 1 e
They expect to see skipper Hal DV othe goal and went outside, Skipper Marshall said that mest == saruRDAYS FIXTURES | - . ow prices
$ Corbin, Brickie Lucas and David but a ray Empire ‘goalkeeper of the boys were playing on the Ever he poonful ives ou
‘ Mayers playing the game with the | s 1 : er matting wickets for the first time t= whet = y of g y
t seriousness it deserves had moved before the ball was : t liki Men’s ubles ,
‘ = : : mene oF Repay kick 2 re showed a great liking ah ptenin end 6. A. Che Pe eg cena re ne ee oe nenrney: 12” Log, Pair .......cccorersesssessersereesenrees $6.28
; Everton I. now nave two match- taken anc is time orrison * . -_R. . A. inks a
es to play, Everton II, and found the nets with a high hard Outstanding Batsman ; vs. J. 8. B. Dear and Dr. D. A. more ane more 10” Long, Pair 4.15
] Y¥.M.I.C.. to complete their first_ shot. “Brickie” Lucas he said was the Gale. : ee ta 9 Eee Weaipivtessseccsopes sein ooseopeenertones P
; rounJ games. Before the seasong In the second half both teams most outstanding’ batsman for the C. R. E. Warner and J. L. Parris
started it was unanimously de-fpoulled themselves together a bit, visitors having played some use- vs. J. C. Barker and L. A. Harri+ ener g y a hi a Pinking Shears, Pair .............. dosevesessones 9.82
‘ cided that Evertons I. and IJ ee ao having slightly the fyi innings including an undefeat- oor sais eeat eae Oe Te es kg AS So OE RE EE snes sore
should not meet as too intimat etter o e game. od century in the second three- s 8
an Tucohere might prevail’ Gres seovstes 2 pass and peas aa ame As far as the bowlers Courts at 4 p.m. e
Therefore the Committee of Man-,the Empire custodian to register n Eric Atkinson
agement will do some figuring,‘the second goal of the match. wer kicacen thine were the most ‘ Customers note
without the services of an audi-~ Shortly after, the Empire full ..ccessful and proved more than e
for of course, and Everton 1 will Through wo score the Shira goat match for the home team, 3 Leaving For U.K. On SATURDAY, 12TH APRIL, we will be
wes Baten. “Everton I may get a for, Spartan. riots aA an seas at tae Mr. T. N. Peirce, a member of . iets of wrnun Ataa Pra OPEN to business from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Putts 44 points if they cotens ice — on a nee ‘The atmosphere down there suited the Council of ‘the Barbados @ ‘These vitemins.are nature’s wonder workers, closing for luncheon between 12 noon and
) ee ee WHER. Harper ‘at centre. forward netted him a lot and he was even able Chamber of Commerce, is due to ef assuring health and freedom from iliness. 1 p.m.
; Barna played Everton II. on their first goal with a well placed t9 swing the old ball. Not one of leave the island tomorrow for TP @ Men, women, children—all should start
uesday night to complete their shot, the batsmen was able to master eas hen he will spend S Pete ‘ taking tasty ‘ Kepler’ to-day. .:
; first round. They got eight points About five more minutes of him. ro, z wi oT |
; from the match, making them 43 play remained. In this time two George Gilkes also had a good a ie ualenose Sees S| =
points. Louis Stoute and Camp- more goals were scored—one by tour with the ball and captured D. 1 ero ah dake the =| eet
bell Geeeniige ag - of their Wood of Spartan and the other 9 wickets at an average of 5.5 . = or the 16th May for the , a 7 —— e e
sets w rian Howard lost by Douglas of Empire. With regard to the home team !5'8 5 3 gees so hea. eee ean 7 al
one to Leslie, the Everton II. skip- |The game ended with the score he saiq that in Mason and Otway United eee a WE toes
; a : 4 3 in favour of Spartan. St. Vincent had two promising P!P wie Se ae \ thes 10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
ican have only one match to The teams were :— bowlers, the former was a pacer ¢
play. They will meet Fox Club EMPIRE; Archer; Jordan, ang the latter a medium ae seer stay in the United King- 4 BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. PRODUCT
If they get the maximum points Haynes, Clarke, Rudder, St. John, ho bowls both the off and leg “°°™ 5 (26 Sole Agents for Barbados : Collins’ Ltd.. 28 Broad Stre@f
; fom, his mate "the end of the Norville, Douglas, Harper, Byn0, freak. Me described Otway af 8 7
points to their credit. SPARTAN: P. Wood, Best, Very #00d bowler with a doubl-
4 4 ts Morrison, Smith, Wilson, Morris, Wevbadee to Ww I hi a is
Atkins 1 i eam, 1» =
1 Similar Position peer hittin iaaicmcieaszetann As far as St. Vincent’s batting e can supply trom stoc
4 Y.M.C.A, are in a similar posi- : was concerned he said that there
: re See Pe toes hae eae Was greet heed tos imptovement. CRITTALL STEEL SLIDING FOLDING DOORS
; to play to complete their first Daisley, recognised Cork Cup

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‘ round ee soa they W wards—Leéewards pine wi s B org Pe sigesinive
1 score a nine-nil victory over atsman. pper ssen

Marines they will have 44 points. " s le d supporting innings
‘ It would therefore appear as r ennis Tour nament to Detsley the second ‘game but
‘ though Pelican will have the edge

v Supplied in two Sizes .. .
. (From Our Own Corre apart from those two, no other ae ae, 5 get lead
; rea of wee Sree See : ST. GEORGES, April 3 batsman seemed to be able to 7: : are a % z = a ; } 4
‘ ith e Ee tilea tanh. Pate A Grenada tennis team leaves cope with their attack as was seen F
4 Kaa Ureenia: Are shoulderine the ©® April 16 for St, Vincent to from the very low scores which CRITTALL FRENCH DOORS
: co * hae +, ly ering take part in a Windward-Lee- were made. 3 9” wide X 7° 9” hick
jurden heroically. ward Islands tournament, Mr. Marshall said that the )

For Y.M.C.A. skipper Shields Led by Dr. L, M. Comissiong, cricket authorities in St. Vincent
and Johnnie Bynoe are doing the other members will be Laurie would be glad to receive a team
‘well but Joe Hoad has to pull his Cemissiong, Leonard Hughes from Barbados at any time and
weight in the second round. Tony Renwick, Mrs. Edna added that it was felt there that

Norman Gill, skipper and Blair [lughes and Miss Mollie Mc- jf similar tours were arranged
Murray are the match winners of ! tyre. more often, the standard of cricket

. team. Hal Edey is_,, ' y
Getua x good ob and aaa aa dae The local Richmond Hill tour- 1% St. Vincent would greatly

as to defeat Campbell Greenidge "Ment has just ended with the improve,
in the Everton-Barna match. following emerging champions:
In opinion Pelican has the Leonard Hughes (Men’s Singles),

best balanced team. Lionel Wor- ©!!fford Date and Tony Ren- Friendly Football

‘tvlist. in “ick (Men’s Doubles), Edna and ‘“*
rell, the best orthodox stylist in Ro: , I nog .

; a ao : ;, Rosa Hughes (Ladies’ Doubles), @
es te wean Willough. Edna Hughes (Ladies’ Singles) Starts On Tuesday

CLOSED on Saturday, 12th April.
’ : 7 and Leonard and Ed h

by and Roy Phillips. (Mixed Doubles)) 2® Hughes at a meeting of the B.F-F.A, on }

I read with interest “L.S.’s” Monday night it was decided to
rating of the Island’s table tennis start the season on Tuesday, April m
players in Saturday’s issue of the 17, va os ae — ra play-
Torch. I understand that LS. is HE ed a ichmond, where Rangers,
among the first four players men- WEATHER REPORT the present champions, will be a |
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rating. Serine ee "= are: Penrode, Rangers, Malvern, t ‘
sHarkliff, Advocate and Western- rwards
Phillips No. 1 date: 1.77 ins. fe ) ry
P Highest Temperature: 86.0 °F a a a e

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Phillips has a sound defence To-day St. Lucy's ‘Vestry—3.00 p.m aman
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Stoute has a similar defence but Sunset: 6.13 p.m. p.m, . an
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As the season progresses Stoute Pasture, St. George 7.30 p.m. ;
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ESTABLISHED 1895

Taft Claims Victory
In Illinois: Heads

Primary Voting List

(By JOHN L. CUTTER

_._ SENATOR ROBERT A. TAFT claimed a “smashing”
victory in the Illinois Primary on Wednesday and said he
now has one-third of the delegate votes needed to win the
Republican Presidential nomination.

_ General Dwight D. Eisenhower's backers derided the
Illinois outcome as a “hollow” victory for the Ohio Senator
and predicted a comeback for their candidate in the New
Jersey Primary next Tuesday.

Senator Estes Kefauver of Ten- -
nessee was “satisfied” at his
showing in the Democractic prim-
ary but it did not necessarily win
him any delegates for the Demo-
cratic Presidential nomination.
The [linois Democratic’ leaders
intend to throw the state’s entire
delegation to Governor Adlais
Scevenson who got a trickle mt
“white” in primary votes if lie
will give them the “go” sign.

Taft’s victory in Illinois added
to the Wisconsin and Nebraska
triumphs a week ago gave a firm
mid-western foundation to his
pre-convention campaign. It takes
a bare majority of 603 delegate
votes to win nomination at the
Republican National Convention,
Taft said he now has about 200
with about one-fourth of the dele-
gates chosen.

A tabulation of 343 delegates
chosen so far gave Taft 180; Eisen.
hower 7 Harold Stassen 21
Governor Ear] Warren 6; General
Douglas MacArthur 2; unecom-
mitted 63.

Taft and Eisenhower have made
conflicting claims on some of those
in the “uncommitted” column
particularly in the 46 vote dele-
gation from Michigan.—U.p,

Escaped
Prisoner
Recaptured

The Police yesterday a



about 1.30 ‘o'clock recaptured
George Gooding, a prisoner who
escaped from a gang at Codring-
ton on Tuesday shortly before
noon. He was found in a field of
canes at Waterford plantation.
Police dog Rip and members of
the District “A” Boys’ Club gave
valuable assistance to the Police.

Gooding who was undergoing a
four-year term of imprisonment
imposed at this Session for the
larceny of a tweed suit valued
$85.00, made good his escape while
the gang in which he was work-
ing was talking breakfast

Following up a lead given them
this morning, the Police under
Inspector G, Springer surrounded
a_ field of canes at Waterford
Plantation, and summoned further
assistance from Central Police

‘tion '

Police Dog Rip and members of
the District “A” Boys’ Club came |
into the picture in helping to car-
ry out an intensive search of the |
field in which Gooding was found |
crouching under a bunch of canes.
He was eventually turned over to
the Prison Authorities,

It is reported that Gooding |
effected his escape by a hoax that
he wanted to step aside for toilet
purposes, He was granted per-
mission, and it was during this
period that he escaped.

The police were summoned and
they quickly formed a search party
of twenty strong and splitting up}
in sections, carried out a a
of a wide area.





Relations Strained |

In Russo-Czech
Trade

VIENNA, April 9.

The Czechoslovak Minister of
Foreign Trade Dr. Antonin Gre-
gor suddenly returned home from
Moscow as indications mounted
that the Russo-Czech trade ne-
gotiations have run into serious
difficulties,

An official Communist newspa-
per tude Pravo in reporting
Gregor’s arrival made no mention
of the new trade accord, although

talks started more than .four
months ago.
Gregor spends two or three

months in the Soviet capital each
year, but his return to Prague
is usually preceded by the an-
nouncement of an agreement.

He made a brief appearance
at the Parliamentary Committee
Meeting in Prague on March 21.
On March 5, he was missing
from the Cabinet Meeting indi-
cating that he immediately re-
turned to Moscow.’ Observers here
noted that this was accompanied
by sudden disappearances of top
Czech officials. Prime Minister
Antonin Zapotocky dropped out
of public sight during late Feb-
ruary and most of March with-
out any official explanation of
his absence.

Last week President Kiement
Gottawald failed to attend his
mother’s funeral and an an-
nouncement said he was ee

MEETING CONTINUES
MAY 15

LONDON, April, 9.

The meeting between the Minis-!

ter of State for the Colonies and
the joint deputation from the
Caribbean Labour Congress (Lon-
don branch) and WISU will be
resumed May 15th,

Hav bados

et
THURSDAY, APRIL

WASHINGTON, April 9.

HON. H. A. CUKE
AND THE BLACK
BOOK

Writing in the Sugar Journal
of South Africa, Mr. G. W, Ham-
mond a delegate of the Com-
monwealth Sugar Conference
tells an interesting story of H. A.
Cuke and his Black Book.

Among his personal buipres-
sions of the delegates he says:

“A representative who was of
tremendous assistance, particular-
ly in evolving the price formula
in the agreement, was Mr H, A,
Cuke, O.B.E., of the West Indies.












~

|

“Vion. HA. CURE, CBE. |

gains
To the South African delegates 'Council elections which began last
Thursday in
off his jacket at the meetings to “Nd end to-day (Wednesday).

he was remarkable for two things.
The first was the way he took,



work more easily in his shirt
sleeves—and this in weather

second was his
which contained records of prac-
tically every commodity used in
the sugar industries of the West
Indies and their prices for many
years ago. It was claimed with
more than a little justification
that he could tell the price paid
for tintacks in 1928. Mr. J. E. M.

,Dixon, an Australian representa-
| tive

made an offer of £5,000
for the book, but there was’ no
sale!”



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Strike Continues |
13 STATES INVOLVED |

NEW YORK, Aprij 9.
Mass meetin of non-striking!
telephone workers in some 400)
exchanges throughout the United
States were ordered, threatening
to tie up long distance and non-|
dial service in 43 states and in}
the District of Columbia.



Meetings were called for 1 p.m,
by leaders of the Communications |
Workers of America (C.1.0.) }
to discuss the three-day old!
strike of C.W.A. members against |
the Western Electric and Bell |
system companies in New Jersey, |
Michigan, Okio and pete
California.

Roving bands of Western Elec- |
tric pickets yesterday intensified :
nationwide “hit and run”. picket- |
ing at company offices and build-|
ings. Three hundred thousand |
union members employed by Bell
system were ordered to observe
picket lines wherever they were
set up.

Union officials said picketing |
was to be “intensified” today but
no specific plans were revealed.

—UP.

Britain Wants
Barbados Aloes

Possibilities for the revival of
the Barbados Aloes Export Trade
which once flourished in this
colony are being discussed again,
The suggestion has been mooted
by a Liverpool firm which has
made inquiry regarding the like-
lihood of Barbados being able to
supply this article in commercial
quantities,

The firm in a letter to the local





, Chamber of Commerce states that

they normally import from the
Netherland West Indies, Curacao
and Venezuela, but if the material
is Barbadian, or a British col-
ony, we should course prefer
to obtain supplies from this
source.

It is pointed out in the letter
that the material is normally
packed in 1 ecwt, cases ih sclid
form, and the Chamber was in-!
vited to give addresses of sup-
pliers.

A reply has been sent to the
jfirm which made the inquiry stat-
jing that the matter is under
|investigation, and that it has been
referred to the local Director of
| Agriculture



















ahead with a positive Conserva-
tive programme, but instead, has
if anything,
cratic controls, The demand for
the denationalization of the iron
and stee] anq trucking industries
was symptomatic of that feeling.
The paper bore signatures of five
Parliamentary secretaries and as-
sistants to Cabinet Ministers, who

leader and the Government

particularly by the results from
County Council elections which
showed a
Labour,

Tories won national office.

Jenging Churchill that he
which to the South African dele-|198e another general election now
gation was decidedly cold. Thej!! he dared c :
‘black book’,|58id they would do their duty to

lelephone Workers’ ‘dissatisfaction with increased liv-



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Younger
Conservatives

+. e e

Dissatisfied

LONDON, April 9.
THE YOUNGER Conserv-
ative members of Parliament
are dissatisfied with the
course Government has taken
Since the election. Churchill
goes before a special Con-
servative Committee this
evening to défend his pro-

gramme.

There was little question
that Churchill would be able}
to keep the party in line but

there were storm signals
when 48 Conservative Parlia- MR.
ment members signed an| Savage. €0 Tight are:

order paper calling for im- Bayley is facing them.

mediate steps to denational-
ize the steel and trucking in-
dustries.

Younger Conservatives
that Churchill has not



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site page. f

His most valuable stamp is a
copy of a stamp dated 1863. With
this stamp, due to some error on
the part of the printers, Messrs.
Perkins Bacon & Co., a mistake
was made in the colour of it. It
is a one shilling stamp and was
printed in blue in the exact shade
of the one » instead of
brown-black, and the error Was
not discovered until the stamp
reached Barbados. It was the
first intenticn of the local Gov-
ernment to issue these one shil-
ling stamps and alter the colour
of the penny stamps, but
learning that this would involve
considerable expense of a new die
and plate, the idea was abandoned
and it was agreed that these shil-

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swing back toward
five months after the








Labour Gains

Starting with key London and
Middlesex, county after county
*eporteq Labour in the






d and Wales














are chal-
he would

Socialists already

Conservatives

pull Britain out of her post-war
economic crisis even if it means
more harsh measures and growing
unpopularity for two years or
more.

And Churchill certainly has no
intention of calling any new gen-
eral elections when he has just
started “cleaning up the mess”
after six years of Socialism.

But Conservatives themselves

admitted that the size of Labour
gains reflected varied national

ing costs, such measures as cuts
in food subsidies, and the feeling
that the Churchill Government is}

doing too little. ; 4.;.|THE STAMP (left) is one of the
The London Times said editori-| frst stamps issued in Barbados on

ally that the elections may indi-| April 15, 1852. At the right is the
cate that universal suffrage has|most valuable Barbados Stamp. It
finally brought a permanent shift \is worth $300. It was erroneously
of political power in Britain to the {printed in blue instead of brown-
Left.—U.P. ‘black. Only two are known to exist,

42 Killed In Caracas
Church Stampede

CARACAS, April 9.
ONE OF THE GREATEST disasters in Venezuela in
many years took place at about 3 o’clock this morning
when thousands of panic-atricieen church goers attending
an Easter service at the century-old Santa Teresa Church
here rushed out, trampling under foot scores of children,

women and age ople.
ged people. The number of dead counted

; 6o far is 42, according to police
TFC. Plane





reports. Other casualties includin





BAYLEY points out the various Barbadian Stamps to His Excellency and Lady
Major Denis Vaughn, A.D C., His Excellency and Lady Savage.

GOVERNOR INSPECTS LOCAL [22:3 ces
STAMP COLLECTION |= >"

HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR and Lady
Savage visited the Jewelry Store of Messrs. Alexander
first issue to the current issue. Lady Savage, who is a very

Bayley has been a philatelist for the past 40 years.

He has now designed a special album for Barbadian stamps.
He has every local issue and the history of it on the oppo-

upon}





10, 1952
KL. LOCKS ON





| They Turn Down
600 Dollars (U.S.)

THE SECRETARY of the Chamber of Commerce in-
formed the Council of that body yesterday that the Con-
troller of Currency was willing to release up to $1,200
American Currency, for the purchase of a number of

National Geographic Magazines containing the article on
Barbados by Mr. Charles Allmon.

At the last meeting of the
Council, Mr. A. De L. Inniss drew
attention to the article which he
said served as a first class ad-
vertisement for Barbados, and the
Suggestion was made that the
Chamber discuss with the Barba-
dos Publicity Committee the
possibility of advertising in the
Geographic Magazine,

Within the past few Weeks, the
Secretary of the Chamber of
Commerce investigated the pogsi-
bility of obtaining copies of the
particular issue of the Magazine,
‘nd the publishers replied thank-
ing the Chamber for their tribute

the article, and offering to
Supply up to 2,000 copies of the
issue at a special) rate.

The matter was then referred
ty the Controller of Currency
who expressed his willingness to
release $600.00 for the purpose
of advertising, or in the case of
the Chamber wanting to make
purchases, to release $1,200.

The Chamber's representative
on the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee went into the matter with
the Publicity Committee, and
reported that after much discus-
sion, the Committee decided that

2 Planes

.
Missing
COLORADO, Agzil §. .

Two planes carrying a total
of 12 persons are missing in
the vicinity of Denver but
search efforts were hampered
by a snow storm accompanied
by strong winds which blank-
eted eastern Colorado.

A United States Air Force
B 26 with eight passengers and
three crewmen vanished yes-
terday after reporting it was
only 25 miles east of Denver
on a trip from Kansas City.

Another plane piloted by a
reserve army officer disap-

peared on a flight from Colo-
rado Springs to Denver last
Thursday night.

It was last reported three miles
UP

south of Denver.





Uranium
Discovered
In Yugoslavia

(By HELEN FISHER)
BELGRADE, April 9.

Mr.

in view of the fact that that sum
could be spent to better advantage |
m other means of advertising



‘ Uranium ore has been dis-
i 7 : yesterday meeting of the covered in Yugoslavia and its
I arruni For Council of the Chamber, the;| ictation must make the © site

question as to who should be) tempting to the Russians.
The

responsible for purchasing the find is in Yugoslavia’s
oples was raised, and after some! «pot

Finland Fund
discussion, it

A fund has been started to the Chamber

corner” the mountainous
was decided that! strumina valley where the Bul-
should canvass its arian, Greek and Yugosiay

where they were shown Mr.
of Barbadian stamps, from the

defray the expenses ‘of Ken members with a’ view to their tontlers j 1 : 4

‘ ‘ iers meet. The yalley is one

‘ Farnum at the Olympic Games rchasing some copies to , be ley :

interest in the collection, in Helsinki next vuly, pea yng OA 2 MD > of the ancient invasion routes

sent to their Principals, not neces through Balkans most re-
sarily in America or Canada, cently We is 1941. when Ger-

places where Barbados man armies strove throw, it to
so much advertised the sea cutting off several Greck
divisions.

Give now and help to place but
West Indies cycling on the Mar ae
sporting map of the world. rae

Donations can be sent to the
Royal Bank of Canada, Bar-
clay’s Bank and the Barbados

It was felt that when this was

pling stamps should be replaced by done, the Tourist

ha mountains form
1 further printing in the desired

Committee of] the southern tip of the north-



: ‘he Chamber, along with Hon, K. hi as alread
at Snow Se Ie. a Advocate. R. Hunts calla again take the| Provided. w oh te aeerer
one Shilling = in matter up with the arbados | for ¢ t . Almost due
| isiand, but at the gr nengteme are eerie? a Publicity Committee. hav tn s|feae = igieine’ hea ok
at they could net ye usec a, Barbados Youth mething concrete to show them,) Ruhovo ulgaria. 1 Soviet run
Barbados in the way of business, Movement 1.00 ‘ad try to get their assistance in| uranium mine haa been shipping

These stamps were nat returned Fred Goddara 25.00 Hearing the cost of purchasing sixty carloads of ore per day to

ee printers and it is an inter- 2 a the 2,000 copies. Russia. according to a Bulgarian
7 ie - ineber Brtates tie Total . $146.00 refugee who worked for a year
them. he



in the mine.

ye Geologists have long expected
U.N. Lose Hi jthat uranium would be discov-

ered in Yugoslavia due to exten-
s.ve lead deposits but this is be-

10,000 and a similar amount sent
by the printers to replace those
jprinted in blue, left
1October 29, 1863,
Mr. Bayley has



London on

Whale Seen

also a beauti-« SEOUL, Korea, April 9

ieve to be the first definite
ful group of the first adhesive e ne eye oh OF ae pete ee of their predictions,
Barbados Postage stamps which Off Harrison on te Sore tas eee we —U.P
|were PEACE AGN Oe Apr Te e ists stormed the peak from three ON MURDER CHARGE
1852, Point directions almost trapping Uni- Giem.Gat Own Corramiamats
ied Nations Soldiers in a pincer, KINGSTON, J’ca. April, 9.

A whale was seen off Harrison
Point, St. Lucy, at about 10.30
&.m. on Sunday by Mr. D. E
Webster of Harrison Plantation,
“It was blowing just beyond Har-

yrison Point”, . Webster told the
Advocate.
This is not the first time that
. " Mr. Webster has seen whales, He
The Ninth Congress of the In- faw them regularly off Salt Cave
corperated Chambers of Com- Point, St, Philip, when he was a
merce of the British Caribbean | youngster, mee gprs. ‘~ .
may be held at Georgetown, Brit- Jordan of Geniaeas ate ,
ish Guiana, between the 20th and Another was seen five years
23rd of October next, later. Boatmen attempted to ad

Frederick Hawkins, an English-

» Unite ions i ot-
The United Nations unit sp ranida ubder. aerest OA a :aneeee

. or’ orean soldiers filter-
ine in hate after talinight It}of the murder of Allan McIntyre,
drove back an initial Red charge |» Scotsman. Hawkins is alleged
then called for reinforcements.}to have fatally stabbed MeIntyre
Reds also called for help, aboard .the steamer Letchworth
Both were members of the by

DIED; JEAN THARAUD
PARIS, April, ‘

Jean Tharaud, French writer

and Soarhaliee in hospital here

B.G. May Be Hosts
To Commerce
Conference

During the three hour battle
the Allies found themselves out-
numbered by Communists whose
soldiers heaved grenades and fir-
ed small weapons. Ordered to
withdraw the U.N, troops slipped
through the narrow gap still
open on the south and returned
to their lines, —C.P.

K. W. V. |



ith a heart attack died to-day
aged 75.—U.P.

it but failed.

Mr. Webster said that what he
had seen on Sunday might have |
been a calf while the mother
could have been submerged. It

Mr. R, W. Youngman, Presi-
dent of the Incorporated Cham-
bers intimated this to the local
Chamber in a letter which was
considered by the Council of the



was first seen by his son and
local body at a meeting yester- fishermen, They ve alled Mr
day. In his letter, Mr. Youngman Webster.

States that he had
invitation from the Chamber of
Commerce of British Guiana to
hold the Ninth Congress at
Georgetown, and that he had sug-

received an



Italians Start
Emigration to Brazil

gested the 20th to 23rd of October LABEL WITH
as the tentative dates for the mae
ing GENOA, April 10. TH

meeting, Two hundred and ney Italians

Among matters which have|Sailed aboard the Italian liner EY
j ; i , » Bianemz for Brazil—the
been suggested for place of prior- | onte Biancmano 4
Vity on the Agenda for the meet-|/!"8t. of the 1,700 Italian quota

destined for that country under
the new Italo-Brazilian migration
uccord

The 250 Italians who left yes-
terday came from the Baruzzi

ing is the question

| West Indies Trade. It is also sug-
}#ested that while it is not pro-
}

| posed to discuss the question of

of Canada-

To Health & Happiness



$ t ci. | Pe@deration as such at the meet- region, mainly towns of Tramo ry
pe See ond foaled are estle ing, matters such as Customs} and Campobasso, Italian and
st F ma > Union might be set down for dis- | Brazilian authorities were at
Crashes iw ow feaies to l get out) cussion, \the pier to say farewell to 35 K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY
* ores Veena t to aa ‘i th thi i c families. The Director of the] )
, a fire alarm was s y some~ mong other things, the Cons jr, igration i i
(From Our Own Correspondent) one inside, In less than ten min- gress will examine the work of ne F K. W. Vv. Coronation Wine

ST. VINCENT, April, 9. utes the place was empty and
A small Auster plane of the church’s Aor strewn with "badly
Trinidad Flying Club crashed mangled bodies
here yesterday about 6 p-m, while es
about to land. The plane brought Fire brigades and
(Captain Wilson to replace Cap-|units rushed to the
tain Kirton of B.G. Airways who/the injured and to take them to
is ill, Hospital. Rescue work lasted for

; nearly three hours.
gdh esos oe pies News of the disaster has shock-
a n to t > wree. : the /ed the entire population of
eae Was Saad land on Caracas causing some Easter ser-
playing — _ — bar mw vices to be cancelled.—U.P,
it appeare atte: np’ a =
off again but falled to rise and
dropped and crashegq into the val-
‘ey above the field.

|
The pilot and Captain Wilson |

ambulance
spot to help



escaped serious injuries, Captain
Wilson took over his duties thi«
morning with the B.G. plane ser-
vice.

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday
leave in abeyance the question of
cold storage accommodation for
transhipped cargo from New
Zealand through Trinidad, pend-
(ng further information on the
matter.

CHAIRMAN OF B’DOS
ELECTRICITY CORP. Mr A. applying ale de |
EXPECTED APRIL 23 |”

pointed out that the Shipping As~

sociation of New Zealand had in-
Capt. William Anthony Brown,|verted a claus in thele Bilis at
Chairman of the Board of Direc- Lading, stating that if cold

tors of the Barbados Electric Sup- Age accommodation was not



tor-




ply Corpn., Ltd., is expected to able at the port of transhipment
‘eave England by air on April 21| when a vessel arrives at that port,
for Barbados and is due to ar-|they reserved the right to take

rive hgre on or about April 23rd. the

argo on to their next r t of



Transhipped Cargo Is

decided to}

of the Council, at which he|

vope is Jack Alslon

the last Congress held in Grenada Members of the

in 1947, in relation to the Progress ition going to
made since that time. tempt to cross

and the Andes mountains by au

The President in his letter in- Soundiiie from Rio De Janeirc
vited the local Chamber to submit Lima and Peru left yesterday.
at an early date any Resolutions The expedition is led by
and matters which they want) Italian sportsman and _ ineludes |
placed onthe Agenda for discus~|}ho Journalist Cian Gaspaper
sion, The local Chamber has also Napolitano and two movie cam-

Italian expedi-
Brazil for an at
the Matto Gross«

K. W. V. Old Brown Sherry
K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry
K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
K. W. V. Sweet Vermouth

Committee fo 2|

been invited to send, in addition|eramen A. Raffaldi and G. Cros K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
to their usual representatives, ajveri. :
ee ene vt K. W. V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
P t Off K. W. V. Superior “Key’’ Brandy
‘call, without responsibility to|should go over to Trinidad with ad ib Ub ob bi wee Oke ee a ne so tee tn © me =e
themselves, a view to making proper arrange-
The Council instructed Mr.| ments about cold storage

Bryden and Mr. Kinch to inves-

Nothing but the product of the GRAPE



‘igate the matter further, but yes- It ane iy wong oe oe
terday they both reported that neople could not be blamed, bu is *
they had received no further in- was suggested that the steam-| enters into the blending of edn
jtormation after communicating|ship companies ogy —
with their Principals in» New| accepting any order for tranship- |
Zealand, ped cargo hould communicate RANDY
During the discussion on the! with their igent at Trinidad to K. W. V. WINES & B {
matter, Mr. D. G. Leacock, Jnr., | find out if cold storage would be
President of the Chamber suggest- | available. oe is
ed that the matter should be} It was ultimately deci led to INEXPENSIVE BECAUSE OF
referred to the Government, in| postpone further consideration of 4 4
view of the adverse effect it m ght| the matter pending the arrival o —— rn r "S
have on trade, the S.S. Corimthick which is ex PREFERENTIAL DUTIES. |
It was also suggested by Hor pected arrive it Bart
K. R. Hunte that someone inter-/| short from N Ze i —_—
efrigerated prod fuller informat t tt i al
































, rN i =9
PAGE TWO BADOS ADVOCATE ee eee THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1952
= + nmi ll lle
. i : << ——— !
koe - >
° ° ~Retum | B.B.C. Radio | rogramme | te. Page :
’ P 7
D* MAL@PLM PROVERBS PARAMOUNT FIiLNves
| and Mr. Bric Atkinson, tw ‘ DA’ APRIL 1 1952 7.15—10.30 p.m, — 25,53m., $1.32m,
j}members of the Wanderers tour-| 4.00- p.m, — 19.76m., 25.53m., S1.0%imy - - . es jssinaaties “ ml 7 i:
jing team which visited St. Vin-|—>—— ae pie he yee oe ts ee 108 De PROUDLY PRES ENT
(IR ALFRED 1 Lady B cent, arrived from St. Lucia’ on) paity dervice, 415. Rhyt ate ecwecl, “S08 das eal” Dette, AT THE
R ALFRE ind Lady Brown Tuesday by B.W.LA, after spe endl es ine 445 1 Sporting Reco 8.45 p.m. Composer of the Week, 9.00 _ ~ a ,
ho were holidaying sapne 24 jing a few days in that color ~~ e a tee ee : cn on a rd Rpegranps a.45 4 har IR E 7 HE AT mR E
bad I the Crane Hote . I y, 6.15 p.m People, 6.45 Dp p ).10 Inte te, 10.15 p.m. |
left by T.C.A. yesterday morning Flyin Talks fea "pound and = =Programme The Road Happines 10.30 fp ee . a EE re
for Montreal where ‘they will R. STANTON TOPPIN will}: Hho, 100 pun, The News, 110 5 gapped 0 t " A PLA ~ i
remain for a week before return- New Fee. teialnat —

| speak on “Aircraft Instru-| —— er
ments’ when the ggries of “Flying 2 sane
Lectures” by \ onuen of the Rupert rt and the the New Bonnet 30.
Barbados Light Aeroplane Clut

continues. tonight. The lecture
will be given at the Y.M.P.C. and

ing to England.

Easter In St. Lucia
ADY STOW of Highgate,
Upper Collymore Rock, left

Young People

ASKING SO MUCH OF LIFE...
TAKING SO MUCH













for St. Lucia on Tuesday evening begins at 8 o'clock. OF LOVE!
by B.W.LA. to spend. the Easter
holidays with her son, His Hon- Turkey Paramount presents «

our J. M. Stow, the Administrator
of the colony.
Spert The Winter
h R. AND MRS. C. E. GAUS-
DEN of Monfreal, returned
home yesterday morning after
spending the winter. They were
staying at the Ocean View Hotel
Mr. Gausden is an Insurance

MONTGOMERY

CLIFT
TAYLOR ah

M*: H. RISLEY TUCKER
British Council Representa-
uve will give a lecture to mem-
bers of tine Si. John’s Cultura
Association at the St. Jonn’s Mixea
Senool on Thursday, April 17th.

The subject of his lecture which
begins at 7 pum. is “Turkey.”

Olivet To Calvary











a eens teen nent natant

€ te he end of the then Rupert and Bill see him part
Broker in Montreal At St Paul’s and learns that Mrs. Bear ef the way home. “It's good to SHELLEY
% : bonne: Back To England N ISS NELL HALL and Mr eee ae Tt tions 'dan't” always Be INTERS.. GRORGE STEVENS vision
/NOMMANDER and Mrs. Ralph Bruce St, John will be the ree eS he littl
bs ~ . t E se 1 aor tea soloists tonight at Maunder's fron erly . ee of sear he did T SUN |
WA ear oO Englanc no hac Olivet to Calvary which will be sie “And Wt proves that my — expected
any seating eee a 2 at St. Paul's Chu at x was a jolly strong one.” Fe : A PLACE IN 4
e ears, re ome yes= s shawn the basket woch his burnea-
terday by T.C.A. via Montreal _ a ANE with KEEFE BRASSELLE - Prodveed and Directed by GEORGE STEVENS

‘ed on the novel, AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY,



Scree Wilson and Harry B

ST HEODORE DREISE and he PATRICK HEARNEY pay ape ram te see



They were accompanied by their
three children.

Off To The U.S.A.
a AR. E. K. WALCOTT, QC.,
wa nd Mrs. Walcott were pas-
y r Trinidad by B.W.T.A
t en route to the U.S.A

rinidad Medico Leaves

ki. AND MRS. SIMON RAM-
4 ESAR and two children of
Vi dad, returned home on Tues-
day evening by B.W.LA, after
spending a holiday staying at
suhdy Beach Hotel,



Special Fli at

IE =











operated



OPENING SATURDAY 12th APRIL
Under the Patronage of
Mr. GRANTLEY ADAMS, C.M.G., & Mrs. ADAMS

=| GLOBE

Presents 4 Shows Good Friday i

3.30 P.M., 5.30, 7.30, 9.30 P.M.









‘ ae
**Thime Is Ihe hingdom | USE a
(The Passion of Holy Plays) LIMACOL ,
The Authentic Version of the Life of Our TOILET

Saviour from His Birth to the Ascension.
|SOAP
PRICES:

Pit i6c; House 36c; Balcony 48c; Box 72c. |
Kids 42 Price in all Sections |












Recovering
7 yiS mar friends will be glad
Fi io learn that Mr. G. H.
ms, C.M.G., M.C.P.,. who re-
‘rom Geneva last week is
recovering from his illness.

Mr, Adams was unable to attend i
the House of Assembly on Tues- i

day but enquiries yesterday illici- HIS EXCELLENCY AND LADY SAVAGE leave the store of Messrs.

ted the news that his condition is _Ajexander Bayley, Broad Street, after the stamp exhibition.
much improved, Th





BE COOL
FRESH
FRAGRANT
USE

LIMACOL

Crucifixion At St. Joseph From British Guiana + }:

HE ST. JOSEPH’S CHOIR R. HANDEL R. ADAMS, son | }
ze and their organist, Mr. Merton of Mr. Robert Adams, Barris- ’
McCarty will render Stainer’s ter-at-Law, British Guiana, ar-| :
Crucifixion” tonight at 8 o'clock rived in the island on Thursday | 2,
it St. Joseph’s Church. by plane to spend about four
Among the soloists taking part weeks’ holiday. He is staying at
will be Mr. Hugh Cumberbatch, the Y.M.C.A,
Mr, Ernest Rocneforgd and Mr.
estus Thompson. ,



Fee:



—

vv dius rearrange-
ve W.ARLA.C.28 (4) ii N.B.—FREE BALLOONS for Easter given to
ne is Kids attending Friday’s Shows



a inhalant ante

FO-DAY ONLY 4.45 & 8.30 P.h4



Mr. Adams said that he is greatly













impressed with the island. This is | i
‘ Sa ‘
Bard Concert At no pay» oR REI at the A Giant Double in Any Language i TOILET SOAP
Bathsheba Christ Church Anglican School saw? }
and a friend of Mr. J, Kilkenny ee fr t
HE POLICE BAND under who was in the island last month BELAC SW | IT
Captain C. E, Raison and with He expects to visit some of the WITH
the kind permission of Col. R. T. local schools. ¢ : LASTS
Michelin, Commissioner of Police, 4 iam { F on ‘ : ag:
will render an open air concert ON eee ok gs a rn Anger ate my joining the | Tyronne POWER TS Maureen O'HARA
at Bathsheba, near Powell Spring & 800d friend of his. e is Mr. SAD DOTS. . (9)
on Wednesday, April 16 at 4.30 Hector Collymore of British} , 9gution of vesterday's ouzzie AND k LONGER
p.m. These concerts are always Guiana: Mr. Collymore has been i} Esteera 18. (Re stiOre 42° i
much appreciated. in the island for the past seven | Sabot: 22. Loser: SS) Hone BhEEN at 4 99 i
Mr. G. H. AD Light refreshments will be on months. He expects to leave with. down: t Preature, @ Oast ter a CARIBOO TRAGL f
r. G. AMS, ©.M.G., M.C.P. h ext fe eeks. “12. Ps vine + x >
ey ean Sane eh 1 sgioanety Rated xh. Sones’ re" banees bb. ae A Randolph SCOTT “ tabby HAYES



WOMEN IN THE NEW ee



Madame Elise Ifill, J.P.

Madame Ifill ‘returned to Bar- of the St. Michael's Hurricane
bados after spending twenty (eS age omen, Committee, and was made a J.P.
years in the U.S.A. Her main * in March 1949, Madame Ifill is
object was to promote the well- also a member of the Horticul-
being of the underprivileged, and | tural Society and an Honorary
from 1938 she turned all attention member of the Press Club. She
towards the field of Social Wel- || is also the Representative in Bar-!
fare in this island, She was then | bados for the American Aid So-
a Senior Nurse at the General §=° ciety which renders financial sid
Hospita.] i to needy people,

















EASTER
HOLIDAYS

Under the Patronage of
. G. H. ADAMS, M.C.P., C.M.G., & Mrs. ADAMS

“EM PIRE THEATRE

Proudly Presents 4 Laat ‘
Paramount's Runner-up for 1951 Academy Awar es +... here are the shoas for you —
So comfortable, flattering, and éeencaienity

“A PLACE IN THE SUN” ||} briced yout want to own more than one

Opening Saturday 12th at 4.45 & 8.15 and continuing daily |

Mr. & Mrs. Adams will be present at the Premiere | ALL
Night Performance — S>turday 12th at 8.30 p.m. *

If You Don’t Get a Seat on this Night, REMEMBER .. .



1

Social Welfare Dancing School

; There's
“rst services in Social Wel- Apart from her public activities | “ IN”
* were spent in assisting Mr. ee Madame Ifill's home life is a full A PLACE IN THE SUN
aot in Beckles in his work at the one of varied interests. She is | For You All Week
Baby Creache, Constitution Road Principal of the ‘Star Bud School : |
She gave her first successful show of Dancing’. She was trained by | - eae







in 1935, “The Womanless Wed-
ding,” to raise funds for the
League, Later in the year she
used part of her house to accomo-
date needy school children, At
that time she supplied them with
hot lunches and later the Govern-

|| EMPIRE ROXY

i Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.30 TO-DAY Last 2 Shotvs 430 & 8.15 {{\) Wi, SR ae Sf % COLOURS:
MO 1K ; : ‘— aod IT ALWAYS RAINS ON SUNDAYS ® eH ay Q @ BLACK
Mt “WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE” — with soogie WITHERS ae




prominent teachers both in the
U.S.A. and in Barbados In 1932}
she gave the first Fashion Show
in toe island in aid of Charity.
Since then she has staged several |
entertainments to help deserving
causes, She is a_ graduate of|



























































nent in an island wide scheme Bleeks’ College in Cutting and| | é e | wt s
ride ’ TODAY at 1.30 p.m “THE MAN FROM PLANET X P @ BROWN
provi led milk and biscuits. Dress Designing; also of Manhat- | For conkin eine || “an at eave w YROM PLANE: etna
Her attention was then directed tan Trade.School, N.Y, in French| u |) * anyon” | 5 ae Shicsiede 4 '@ RED
to underfed babies and in 1937 Flower making; and in Beauty| E . iy “RIDING RAW ERE Pree TODAY, at 1:90) » mr .
Lady Young, wife of the then : 2. Culture. In 1917.she was awarded » Entertainment 1 doce eatAee wie ee dasa
rn r - Barbados, opened Madame ELISE IFILL, J.P. a cup in the Ladies’ Singles at} } A Rov ROGERS Double ie
* Ghrist: Church Baby Welfare Activities the Orient Tennis Club, N.Y. | 7 2 oon Ee dattarae sODRNRY”
A oe on of the death of Madame Ifill is founder of the Her hobbies are reading, aint EASTER | aisietes a aatgkin Me Bol, eer as errs weneee
* ~ a a result of Welfare League which was cal dancing and music. e is| ‘ ‘ a | “SON OF E eS aah teas WARGOUR"
; Madame Ifill started ‘ opened two years ago at St. Mar- especially fond =. eee and | SATURDAY | SUNNY SIDS.07 TRE STEED Vaan risk we
a sery which was opened garets, St. John Only two keeps e@ variety. Although she is ne tah
Road in 1940. After months ago a branch was opened very fond of children she has Small Island : OLY) PIC ROW AL
of steady work the Mount Tabor. Each of these none of her own, She has two} mall Islan Pride ‘ :
was closed in 1943 but [nstitutions is run under the adopted sons—Henry who is aj =a TODAY (only) 4.30 & 8.15 Today Last 2 Shows 490 & 8.15
‘rs of the League rose supervision of a qualified nurse. pupil at Harrison College, St | and The Trinidad “DEAD ON ABBIVAL” “HIGHWAY WEST
S-eadily and to-day dozens of In 1936 she represented the So- Winston who is two years olc an . ik KENNEDY
needy . : san crn ’ NCE UPOD AM ARTHUR KENNEDY
needy children are given cod- cial Workers in Barbados at a Madame Ifill has travelled ex-| Calypsonians | “ONCE UPON A DRE tke
Poets oil, barley, milk. and food Conferénce which was held intensively through the Caribbean | TODAY at 1.90 mm “ESCAPE IN’ THE DESERT”
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T’dad’s New Cement Works in Operation in’54

Appeal For Tax
Adjustment

TRINIDAD’S new cement works will be in operation |
early in 1954, provided there are no undue delays in the

delivery of plant.

The company, Trinidad Cement, Lid., was registered

in Port-of-Spain last year

Portland Cement Co., Ltd. Mr. Halford Reddish, chairman
of the Rugby Company, referred to it at the company’s |

annual general meeting in

“I have great confidence in the
economic future and the growing
industrialisation of Trinidad, and
2 am sure that other British cum
panies could be profitably estab-
lished there. There is, however,

one matter which is retarding the} later to promote a steady migra- | }corstituents of a supply of pulp-| War II in 1941, and remainece
development of many of our Col-! tion from the Mother Country to} |wood and the accessibility of! elosed to outsiders through the | - 4
onies to which I hope our present} the Dominions? }hydro-electric power at a mod-| war years.—U.P. \
Government will give early atten ferate cost, Hence, the status for L
tion “If anew Elizabethan era means | some years past of the Canadian
| anything to us as an inspiration, | ne wrint industry as not only |
Less Taxes it surely means a new era of en-|} f th gest individual producer Seawell | ©
“Several of these territories meninadin free enterprise; that} ; —— of any country in the world, but }
= * - “Se "i res} combination of brains and guts | i with annual output well over ARRIVALS BY BWA i ‘
have introduced legislation to at-| and faith, of which faith is the 200 HARE ARRIVAL at the Anderson: Mouse in Weshingtn, Queen Juli 50% of that of all other newsprin ON TUESDAY Our Customers and Friends are asked to note
tract new industries by giving] most important element—faith. in| ana of the Netherlands and her husband, Prince Bernhard, are greeted praducers in the world combined, | ram, #. Luels « : “a
substantial relief from taxation yes ith i - their hosts, Secretary of State Dean Acheson and his wife (left). sit pear nj Berle Bastar, Hazel Easter, F. Law ie ‘ ranch (Workshop, Dock, Shi
: ourselves and faith in our future. Ing.1951—and this year to date—|rence Reynolds, Geraldine’ Salmon that our Pier Hea I
in the early years. But if capital] This, too, is a time for doing and| | guests attended dinner given by the Achesons. (International) \ the closely allied “woodpulp in-|Bileen Myers, Joan Floissac, Hamish s ‘ wey
is supplied by a resident in the] daring and adventure—and_ for| dustry became the world’s larg-) Watson, John Bovell, Clement Warner, Chandlery, Sugar Factery Supplies and G neral
United Kingdom, then even if the greatness.”—B.U.P ~ | ost exporter, of lp—edgin out /Leon Watson, Gradfil \L.nith, Guyon
managemem control is. always . oe WUE. ¢ : wate > es@ exporter, of pulp ging Pureras, Dr. Malcolm Proverbs, Eric | A - ~ s » Saturday
~ ees me cee is always in oUue/de ers soniniercemen | Sweden’s long-held supremacy. | Atkinson. Office) will not be open for business on Saturday
a St cerca on tame ‘ M t W d | When the ilmenite deposits on [ee et anil s
&RE n is payable ‘ ances ¥ ] . ; ‘ay ynes, G. « s
7 : ae eee 7 . ° Viee e sd: 7 the Quebee mainland north of i Seornnaa ¥ "iis M. Reid, | next 12th instant.
Baie fam ge wenss, us] Suspension Of | Low Air Fares MOSAGY | the Island of Anticosti called for falco te terse” remot t! |I gums
e& a “ 4 p a vé ages } . . . 9 Ic | rn Bi} 2
a : : | The Annual General meeting of |a smelter to break-up the ore! Paret, A. Maruca, 1. Pinder, R. GriMith me ; S * : .
offered by the Colony. In the in- ° ithe ‘Barbados. Chi Jom Coos into titanium dioxide and iron,|%: Fisher, A. Ferguson, T. Close, Hf The Central Emporium, Broad Street, and
terests of the Empire, this S = | AeOe hamber of Com- | > ard, T. ‘Springer, L. Springer, Spring-
es empire, IS_posi~ - | merce w » held o ay | “Shawinigan” was able to guar- 1. Gottr , jotfredson, E :
tion should be remedied without sraett fee ica Beat hopene xe ieli t Sorel of 16000 Lt Gasoline ‘Station, Trafalgar Street, will be open as
' ' . ne > tee delivery at Sorel o Garson, E. Vermeulen | Aas . ’ sary Bt, '
delay. T | | the 14th. of May at the Bovell and | ®® , .
: * skeete ilding. " horsepower from a power devel- |
‘ alks re Summer travellers to Canada |Seete Building. The date of the eam vo DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA
“The future well-being of the Reg ttable |from the southern climes of Ber- meeting was fixed at yesterday's aoe er a ‘tial ve eee iF usual.
Colonies, the raising of their NEW YORK, April 8 | muda and the Caribbean will be |meeting of the Council of the a ee cien Pes ” e Se in eee aT we, Oh Reales
standard of life, does not lie in The Times editorial c e offered the additional attract Chamber, oe Oe, See ae + | Pamela Mitchell, Anthony Mitchell, e
the so-called welfar he mes editorial commenting a al attraction |~", : welll = 3 ina Saguenay Valley that induced a oly ante!
1e so-called Ww are schemes of on the terr . f the ldwest ex "SiC - f ie The Council also considered = : Lena Thompson, Clyde Daniel, John " “ , qr
the last Government which caused }°". the , in rruption of German- |? e lowest excursion air fares | cere which woalt Sls set dalen: the projectors of Aluminum Com-|@hglenor, Jean Challenor, Stephen | ‘ T
So much derision in the Colomes | JStaeli talks said Tuesday that |in Trans-Canada Air Lines’ his- | °" Alia te : pany of Canada to start a great | Juliet, Philip Canan, Anne Henry, | j AL bua le
themselves. It lies in a bold policy the suspension of the talks by the | tory it was announced recently by a his Agenda for atiap at new industry at Arvida, and it is Lady Violet Stowe, Garson, |
of industrialisation which IT hope Israeli delegation on the grounds 'W. Gordon Wood, Vice-President, eae i aneuiad of ie them | the potential of 500,000 or even "“ioiry D Oberdorfer, Iris Hinds, Alan |
the present Government will do|t%@t German representation offer | traffic. Sete. at wea a 7 led 1,000,000 horsepower of —hydro- narnardo, Barry Sarr Brown, Charles ee
{ts titmost to encourage and which | W@S totally unsatisfactory” is a| The new excursion fares will |*°°' ing in barrels of pic electric energy far north in Brit~ Fisher, Tohann Fulton, John Goldie, ge OSS S OOP OPO EEO

I hope will come from the Mother |

Country before it is too late.”

Mr. Reddish wold shareholders
that the Trinidad company had
been established following many

months of technical investigation
and of negotiations with the
Trinidad Government. It will
have a capital of £1,600,000. The
Colonial Development Corpora-
tion are subscribing for most of
the preference shares

He reviewea

britain’s current

: : |
economic position and said it was|

a mistake to think that all troubles
could be solved by increasing ex-
ports to the United States.

Brightest Hope

brightest hope
future,” he declared, “lies in a
bold, long-term programme of
Empire co-operation. Within the
British Empire we have untold
natural resources awaiting devel-

“Our for the

opment. In the Colonies there
are great opportunities for the
establishment of new industries

by the free enterprisers of Britain.
In the Dominions there are wide-
open spaces needing population
while over 50,090,000 are crowded
into this little island.

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1952




LONDON.

as a subsidiary of the Rugby

London and then said

, “It is not possible for the Gov- |
{ernments of ail the british coun-|
| tries to set up a permanent cen- |}
tral council to encourage the
} economic development of the Em-}
| pire in the interests of all, and!









a

single one of them. But the Ger-
mans argue with some justice that
their ability to pay these claims
}must be considered in the light
jof other obligations imposed on
them, including demands of their

other foreign creditors and their

Trinidadians can fly TCA to Mon-
treal for $495.40 B.W.I. return
and Barbados residents
B.W.I.

TCA will continue to fly pres-
surized 40-passenger North Star

contribution’ to Western defence. and provide its usual in-flight serv-
Certainly an agreement that can ice on these southern routes,
be fulfilled would seem _ better |



than one which cannot, and nego- |
tiations regarding the total sum
should be accompanied by concrete
plans of payment that will not be
wrecked by the transfer problem
which has. wrecked. previous

RATES OF EXCHANGE

9TH APRIL, 1952
CANADA
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high as
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sent time is paying as
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livered from Norway. This cir-
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areas of Harts Gap Hastings,
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DAY
PLAZA

directions in which year by year,
mer by month, almost day by
ai public records become
av ble of the unprecedented
ec nic growth of Canada—
me whe sphere of natural
resource there exists a stimu-
jlating background of an adequate
sul of hydro-electric power.
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mind the newsprint industry of } many

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| regrettable development.” |be effective from April 15 until ish Colymbia on which a huge >
7 | The C “ils i 4 Re t Mec ck, Dorothy Lewis, |
La oa : November 30, and are valid for 30 The Council also appointed a| new aluminum industry—to du- | feee" Nohnaon Walter Clark, Edward
| The Times said: “It should not| gays from Bermuda, and 60 days | tree man committee to read and’) plicate that at Arvida—is being Gre," Bridget Otoole, Sheila Otoote,
be permitted to break \d M ; approve the annual report as pre ; buil int i Robert Otoo) Donald Fyre Neville
| be pe ed to break up a con~ | from all other points in the Carib- |* > the annual report at -\based ang built up into produc- Robert Otoole, Don eet,” weet Ty r ‘a
ference \ which still offers room|pean from the date of commence- | P@red by the Secretary, for pres-|tion. And so, in many othe gopnnes Se Om, Pee, | eee NO ri¢ kk.
for further negotiations,” lment of travel, Another feature |@mtation at the Annual General | directions. ? ys
The paper. | referri lof the new tariff will be the con- | Meeting. t The Paper Stocks VESTERDAY a
The paper, referring to the ti of the 66 pound free |. Under General Business, Mr.| fhe North American Paper .por pr Rice: —
Germa delegat 7 4 . inuance I For Puerto
n delegation statement that baggage allowance during the low D. G. Leacock, Jnr., President of | producers’ Association meeting | Howard Smith, Florence Smith, Mons
the offer covers claims which it the Chamber, proposed Mr. H. F. | j Finaay 4 ranted Canadis Wells, Els Bridgeman, John Douglas,
considers justified said: “No | f@Z® season. Alkins of the Horbados ‘Cotton | ign e™,. Ore: Granted Canada |Richard Jones, Ruth Burke, John We shall NOT be OPENING to business on
vine . ¢ an tie The fares will range from £49 1s, cae Sie t ne eae one producers the privilege of step- Burke, Constance Winter, Ralph | . .
money payment that the Germans return from Bermuda to either |Factory for full membership of }ping up their prices and quota |Downey, Claudia — Williams Edith |
make can do ‘justice’ to the six |mo onto or Montreal, to £68 7s, {te Chamber. Mr. Alkins will be |of export of newsprint to Eng- Stanton, Henry Wiltshire, Gleny Durant. | ‘ )
million Jewish victims of the Nazi from Jamaica to either city, or |allcted for at the next Council |land. The current rate is $117 FOF EIU ai ee aS SATURDAY | { l ,
regime or bring back to life a £51 4s, from Nassau to Toronto. meeting of the Chamber, per ton, while Britain at the pre- | james Loebrie 7 9

Will our friends and customers please note and
arrange their shopping and orders accordingly.

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|repairs which were completed |motor cars this season following DEPARTURES

| within half an hour after the | tests on the Silverstone track yes-| yy ieplioei 100 tons net, Capt, |

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Thursday, April 10, 1952
EDUCATION CRISIS

THE chapter on education in the report
of the Comptroller for Development and
Welfare upsets the apple cart of the
dreamers and reveals the true stark facts
about West Indian education.

To those who have been paying little
heed to the warning signs this cold reve-
lation will awake them to realities.

The writer calls for a sense of urgency
in finding ways and means to check the
deterioration of educational standards and
practice. There are not the words to
which we have been accustomed in an
island where the subject of education is
wrapped round with layer after layer of
insulating prejudices and where lip ser-
vice is still paid to the impossible ideal of
expanding our educational services while
maintaining our high standards.

The writer in Sir George’s report is
concerned only with the facts of the situ-
ation. And he takes no pains to hide the
unpleasantness of these facts. He cites
British Guiana as one territory which has
aroused from its slumbers and is planning
its expenditure on education in relation to
the future population. Other colonies he
notes continue to issue blank * cheques
against future revenues*which are already
coramitted.

Measures must be found, even if un-
palatable to meet the present crisis. That
is how he sees it, as a crisis.

Suggestions have been made at educa-
tion conferences notes the writer to cope
with the alarming situation.

These suggestions include reduction of
the school-age range: adoption of a dou-
ble-shift system: reduction of building
costs by simplifying school building pro-
grammes: and extension of aid to com-
munity or basic schools.

At present classes of 100 are not uncom-
mon in the British Caribbean territories
and “under these conditions” notes the
Education Adviser “education tends to
Become a mere mockery and no teacher
can fulfil his task as it should be done”,

But these suggestions do not offer more
than a partial and temporary solution of
the accommodation problem continues the
writer. “The greatest potential source of
aid would seem to lie in the contribution
which parents teachers’ associations and
community organisations can make in
those areas where the spirit of self-help
and local initiative is being developed”.

He finds gratification in British Guiana
where local bodies are prepared to offer

voluntary help in a programme for the ex-.

tension of school buildings, the construction
of open-air classrooms in the vicinity of
existing schools and the reconditioning of
defective school buildings. He notes too
with some satisfaction that progress is be-
ing made in Jamaica and Trinidad where a
system of basic schools has been introduced.

He notes nothing about Barbados, pro-
bably because this island is still unaware
of the grave educational problems ahead
and have not yet apparently begun to count
the cost. This report should remove any
false optimism that may be prevalent
locally.

What matters says the education adviser
in this chapter isnot buildings—import-
ant as they are—but the quality of those
who staff the schools. He is disappointed
at the failure of the proposed scheme for
training 16 students from the Leewards and
Windwards annually and is continuing
efforts to set up an external Board of Ex-
aminers which would conduct examina-
tions for a Caribbean teachers’ certificate.

This would ensure greater uniformity in
standards of teacher training and higher
standards of certification of teachers, and
would of course facilitate free exchange
of teachers between colonies.

But if the writer of this chapter has
diagnosed with great and terrible accur-
acy the menace to education in the Carib-
bean he has put his finger on its primary
weakness and thereby notifies the treat-
ment to be followed.

There must be complete revision of the
syllabus and of the methods of teaching in
the rural schools. A rural emphasis should
be given in the professional preparation of
teachere who are likely to be employed in
rural schools, But teaching in the rural
scnools must extend to the home and the
community. The activities of parents and
children organisations should form an in-
tegral part of the programme of the rural
school, Again the writer finds comfort in
British Guiana where the training college
course provides that “the second and
fourth years of training should be devoted
to the practice of teaching in rural schools
and to acquiring the habit of observing all
aspects of social conditions and problems in
rural communities.”

“Tf” he notes “the skills developed at the
training college by the students in hand-
craft, housecraft and in the science of rural
life can be used for the benefit of the par-
ents’ organisations and in the 4-H or Young
Farmers’ clubs of senior pupils, then the
rural school will begin to fulfil the major
role envisaged for it, not only of showing
people how to do things, but also of chang-
ing their ideas on what should be done to
improve the well-being of the community.”

Is Barbados less in need of such an atti-
tude towards rural education? The writer
of this chapter does not suggest it. And
his final words are as applicable to this
island as to all of the others in better or
worse plight.

“To adopt a policy of laissez-faire in the
face of worsening conditions” he con-
cludes “and to postpone action for coun-

CLOSE
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i THE. PEOPLE

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T0
UEEN

Alan Lescclies, |

Mr. Churchilt

with Sir



AN American reporter
|Sir Alan Lascelles whether

egitimately,” said Sir Alan.
secretary to the Queen, has a
donic sense of humour.
not pose a situation to

which he will lack a
pearian or Biblical quotation.



Lascelles, who wus private receive the

secretary to the late King, is
the only member of the Queen's
Household so far to be appointed.
|And, as .you would expect, the
man who must guide the Queen
on matters of State
until he retires—he is 64—needs
more than a ripe detachment.
He needs background,












































Tommy Lascelles was a_ distant
relative of the King, went to
Marlborough, got an M.A. at

M.C. in the
manry. :
Experience
NOW that, in the circles that
have decided these things, is un-
impeachable background; but a
question has filtered through re-
cent royal events: Is it the only
kind of background for a Palace

counsellor?

Whatever the answer—and it
is in the making, as we shall see,
at Clarence House—it is certain
that a man who is to advise the
Queen in any kind of emergency
must.have an accumulation of

e,

“Alan Lascelles can draw
richly on his. He is familiar
with the Empire outlook, for he
was A.D.C, when
was Governor of Bombay, and
he was right-hand man when
Lord Bessborough was Governor-
General of Canada. And he has
been in royal service, on and off,
since he became assistant private
secretary to the Prince of Wales,
now Duke of Windsor. He was
32 then. ane
Liaison

LASCELLES, obviously, must
study the political and interna-
tional climate of each day. But
he must do more. For he is the
liaison between the Quebec and
No, 10, Downing-street.

Though he complains _ that
paper work at the Palace keeps
him from the round of dinners
which M.P.s attend, he is on
first-name terms with every
member of the Cabinet—and
every member of the Opposition
Front Bench,

His potential political influence
is considerable. What, then, are
his own politics? As a royal aide
he has none. But royal aides
are not born in a vacuum, And
before he became a _ Palace
official 32 years ago, he was to
the Left rather than to the
Right of Centre.

Lascelles “works a _nine-to-ten
hour day in a lofty room on the

Bandits



> 3 NEW YORK

Three bandits looted an un-
locked armoured bank car of
600,000 dollars while its guards
drank coffee across the street.

It happened on quiet Maple-
street, in Danvers, a small Mas-
sachusetts town.

The driver and the two guards
parked the car beside the Na-
tional Bank and went into a drug
store for coffee, Police say they
|forgot to lock the car door,

Up drove the bandits in a black
saloon and got clean away With
the banknotes—about £214,000.
Traffic policeman Edmund Noo-
nan put up his hand to stop the
raiders, then jumped for his life.

Police cars sped in pursuit.
Fifteen miles out they found the
bandits’ car abandoned, picked

up new clues and chased another .

car. ;
The pursuit squad forced this
ear off the road, A man leaped
clear and started running. A
police bullet hit him. Another
man in the car was shot, too.
And a hunt is on for a third
suspect where the abandoned car

was found,
FOOTNOTE: Danvers hanged

ten people for witchcraft in 1692.
There has not been such excite-
ment since—until this theft.

.

It seems that Senator Taft
spends the most money in these
“primary” elections. In Wiscon-
sin, where they are holding theirs
on April 1, Taft's men, up to last
Saturday, had spent £23,400 on
campaigning, Harold Stassen
£12,700, Governor Earl Warren,
of California, £4,300, and_ the
doggedly loyal MacArthur chaps
(Mac is not officially interested)
£380. -

* .
With all the income tax scan-
dals, the crack is going the





Our Headers Say—

No Application

To the Editor, the Advocate

SIR,—In your report of the
proceedings of yesierday’s meet-
ing of the St. Michael's Commis-
sioners of Health which appears
in your issue of today’s date, it
is stated that, I quote, “a number
lof letters from nearly the whole
sanitary staff asking for increases

teracting their ill-effects would be to risk | were received.”

the disruption of the West Indian educa-
tional system, and the loss of all the ad-
vantages that have been so hardly won.”
Other territories, notably British Guiana,
are taking action, What are we doing?

4

In a paragraph following, I was
specifically referred to in which it
was suggested that under certain
conditions “I could also be given
an increase of salary.

While it is true that I am not





asked ground floor of
he Palace.
was related to Lord Harewood, take work to his grace-and-fav- Alan Lascelles’

whose family name is Lascelles. our (rent and rates free) apart- pjjiti not ; *
Sir Alan said he was. “How?” ments in St. James's Palace. a sora! 2 re a
ursued the rter, “Quite State papers may keep him busy edly £3,000 ae year: Besides his

until 11 p.m.
So “Tommy” Lascelles, private job.

donnish wit, the fruit of a sar- at Clarence House—and she will si
a. Bek 8! doe and Auchnagussich,
further, the erudition to sustain leaves his home at 9 a.m. to call
a detached outlook; and you will on her.
him for mews takes him on to the Pal- }j ; ;
Miaae aa his memoirs at a later date; he

and policy slack days,

will keep in touch with her by
And telephone,

Trinity College, Oxford, and an Churchill or any
Bedfordshire Yeog guished statesman is to call on

there to see the visitor first. Las-

Guards Sip Coffee





Buckingham

And then he will often Neigh

THE material rewards for Sir
unique responsi-

It is a full-time prace-and-feveur home at St.
Now while the Queen is still (oe Son = OWindaer ‘Castle,
yet—Lascell®s moral, ive

If precedent’ is followed he
A car from the royal will become a peer; he will write

months

There, most morning, he will pa a ae
diplomats, the en- He has a ace-and-favour
hha = veeseeeeeoaee. pert neighbour at St. one a fellow

ey “go upstairs ‘or Ol d ti , Ki 2
audience of the Queen, For the Stes Passe: nba Fromme othe
Queen goes across to use the King in the late reign. This is
State rooms of the Palace. ON 63-year-old Sir Ulick Alexan-
when the Queen’s ger, tall and fragile and wise in
unnecessary, Lascelles the ways of the City,

Sir Ulick, who has spent half
his life in royal employ and who
married a Lady of the Bed-
that Mr chamber, is expected to stay on

ai stin. 25 Treasurer to the Queen until

m= he thinks it timely to hand over
the Queen, Tommy Lascelles is paca ge sale Tryon, his 45-
a ca Sir Ulick has held City direc-
celles* knows all. torships. He has friends on the

He has the key—the small boards of the banks and the
tubular key which opens Cabinet biggest companies. No surprise
despatch boxes, and he is the then that he put the private
only Palace official to possess estates at Sandringham and
one (the Queen has another). Balmoral on a paying: footing.
He sees the top-secret despatches “tie was not above calling in an

to the Queen from the Govern-
ors-General and Prime Ministers Hotel expert to cut’ Palace ex-

visit is

Top Secrets
WHEN news comes
other

of the Dominions. Oh, yes, Las- ee sia he ned Ne ee —
celles K-ows all. worked out to a decimal of a

Too many secrets, however,

may be bad for the stomach, Peay.
for he has not rid himself of the , 2° Sir Ulick, of Eton, Sand-

dyspepsia he contracted in the Le bobiin Chie. ike wee
first world war. But like any may present her personal expense
Englishman, he knows how to re- account. And as if to set the

lax : ,

» ‘ tone in economy he is one of the
Though the food in the House- : ¥, 3

hold dining-room 1s both free ‘ew Palace officials to drive ihim~

and good, he will walk occasion- self around—in a Sunbeam

? Talbot
ally to his only club, the Travel- YJ i
lers, in Pall Mall, there to eat Major Domo .
an to meet politicians, Civil-Ser- | AND then Lieut.-Colonel Sir
vice heads, and Armed Services Piers “Joey’’ Legh, who was

chiefs, Master of the King’s Household,
For away-from-it-all recrea- and who, too, awaits the pleas-
tion he will venture to the mem- ure of the Queen’s appointment.
bers’ pavilion at Lord’s, You He is, at 61, the youngest of the
may see him !strolling through Old Guard triumvirate, slim and
the London Zoo on a_ Sunday Slight, a wit and a golfer.
morning—if you are a member He is the Palace major
too, When the Court is at Bal- who submits the menus, drafts
moral, then it is Lascelles versus the Court.Circular, makes and
the Dee for trout. And Las- breaks domestic appointments
celles, no slouch with a rod, down to the cleaners, and ar-
usually wins, ranges the dinner parties, balls,
Tt can be held, then, on current and entertainments,
restricted world And when All Big Three of the Old
standards, that he moves-in a Guard were born into Debrett's;
King George VI used to say, all served, ‘at one time, the Duke
“Nobody ever tells me anything,” of Windsor, and Lascelles wrote
he was regretting, perhaps, that his best speeches. All served
Palace contacts did not extend King George VI.
to a wider cross-section of his They have grown elderly to-
people, gether in a polished tradition.
At Clarence House now the AND NOW a new and vig-
former retinue of the royal orous reign is under way in

domo

coupie, as they wait for incor- @ more rugged © and plain-
poration in the new Household, spoken . age, At Clarence
may be broadening forever the House, round the young

Queen and her lively Con-
sort, a new type of courtier
is in evidence,

scope of these contacts, It is a
develooment devoutly to be
wished, ;

Raid Bank Car As

rounds that there is one big their new foul-weather suit was
operator who owes the Govern- probably a success,

ment so very much that Wash- ° * *
ington can’t make up its mind From a wire agency’s report
whether to sue or ask for legis- on a fire in a Hollywood hotel:
lation to have him declared a “The elevator operator, Little
foreign Power. Chief White Eagle, aged 71, a

. z . Yaqui Indian, and his wife, a
, 4 Cherokee, were asl@ep in their
Arthur Lesser is going to pro- sixth-floor room.”
duce a_ play called “Moulin * * *

Roupe.” It is all about a French

artist, Toulouse-Lautrec, aS @ for divorce received the court's
young man. After Broadway, permission to resume her maiden
Pierre Fresnay will play T-L in name of Maud Montgomery.
the Paris version, and Jean Sim- Among other things she was tired
mons will have the big feminine of being married to a man called

In Milwaukee a woman suing

role in London, Mr. X
® * ’
Department of No Comment: “= * *
A New York society .magazine The American Academy of
writes: “His latest addition to General’ Practice, méeting’ ip

the two salles a manger (French Atlantic City, says: ‘‘When the
for diningroom4) is a startling terrible teens conflict. with the
bar, jet black and salmon pink, roaring forties on the battle-
with the light focussed on the ground of the home, the family
counter and your tumbler. Be- physician shouldbe called upon
hind the barman,

within mad- to add the healing of emotions to
deningly easy reach, there is a his responsibilities.”
regiment of bottles. And his po-
sition is cuviable for still another % e .
reason—he faces a superb still- As though there weren't

life painted by Frank Neal, a enough allegations of corruption
modern Chardin.” and wrong doing among the New
: York police (who used to like to
* ® be referred to as the world’s fin-
At one of New York’s smartest est), Harry Gross. a Brooklyn
French restaurants a_ visiting bookie who is serving 12 years
French brandy salesman gave for contempt of court and con-
luncheon for 20 people the other spiracy, testifies that he was told
day. The bill was £300. | in advance every time the detec-
tives were going to tap his phone.
The Wall Street Journal says re <= Cn :
that the’ Government is toying The human touch. In American
with the idea of building up a “comic strips” dogs do not say
“civilian stockpile,” alongside “Bow-wow,” but—in those “bal-
the military one. loons” which come out of the
. ° ° characters’ mouths—“Anf-arf.”
A man came out of a room in An English friend of mine, visit-
Brooklyn, where the tempera- ing New York for the first time,
ture was 54 below, complaining asked me _ in. bewilderment.
that he was too hot, ' Then the “Why are the dogs in those pic-
navy experimenters knew that ture things always, cockneys?”



cn the Sanitary staff, yet, as your

Not « The Turkey ”*
report has caused me some em-
barrassment on that it can give

Just «“ Turkey ”
and really has given the impres-

sion that I have made a similar To the Editor, the Advocate
request of the Commissioners. SIR,—Please allow me to make
Please be good enough to give me 4 correction in a column which
the opportunity to state that I appeared in Tuesday’s issue of this
have made no application of any Paper under the caption of lecture
nature whatever to the Commis- °n_“The Turkey.”
sioners since the receipt of the From correspondence read by
Cost of Living Allowance some the Secretary of the St. John’s
time last year. Cultural Association at their Gen-
Yours faithfully, ~~ aeoting on ne pet
bay 2rd., it was announced that r.
S. W. TAYLOR, Risley Tucker, British Council

vy Building Inspector, Representative, will lecture on
City of Bridgetown. “Turkey.”
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Wicksteed |
Explores —
An Avenue

.... it is what Politicians are always
doing .. . But it becomes fun with Chap-
man Pincher as Guide and Shaftesbury—
Avenue as the Avenue






LIVEN

By BERNARD WICKSTEED

UST for fun (and because it was no
weather for finding anything out in the
countryside yesterday) Mr. Chapman Pin-
cher and I went for a Nature ramble in the
West End.

Our brilliant plan was to explore an
‘avenue, and because the first one that came
to mind was Shaftesbury-avenue we settled
for that.

You might think the West End was not
the ideal place to study Nature, but Mr.
Pincher sees science in everything.

The zebra crossings reminded him that the
mountain zebra is becoming extinct, and an
»yster bar that oysters are attacked by slip- C
per limpets. ns

April and will re-ope

The sparrows provided him with endless
matter for discourse. Their hearts beat 800
times a minute (human beings, 70 a minute),

How do you feel a sparrow’s pulse to find | =
out? With an electrical recording machine.
You can take their temperatures too. Normal
on a sparrow thermometer is 108 degrees
Fahrenheit (human beings, 98.4).

Phone: :-: 4472



Stoats hypnotise the rabbits and rats the
sparrows. Neither patient has any redress
because they’ve usually been eaten by the
time the experiment is over.

The internal combustion engine was a
great blow to the sparrow. There are fewer
oats from horses’ nosebags, you see. There
are probably only about 3,000,000 sparrows
left in the country, whereas there are 10,000,-

000 blackbirds, and about the same number
of chaffinches,

Sparrows can be hypnotised like =

Sparrows go crazy over yellow flowers in
Spring, and pull them up. No one knows
why, but crocuses madden them most. Their
roosting places are called chapels, and they
are so fond of their private dust-baths that

they won’t share them w‘th sparrow strang-
ers.

BOMBSITE PLANT

WE started exploring the Avenue from
the Piccadilly-cireus end, and all this
came out before we’d reached Rupert-street,
where we changed the subject to Oxford
ragwort. Y ;
Oxford ragwort (Senecio squalidus) has
nothing to do with Oxford. It comes from
Sicily, and we found it growing in the burn-|!
ed-out remains of St. Anne’s Church, Soho.
You reach this bombsite by going through
some iron gates and past a dustbin. For a
moment I was afraid the interests of science
would lead Mr. Pincher to lift the lid of the
bin and go through its contents in search of
more Nature, but luckily he spotted the rag-
wort and made for that instead.



SCO
CR

ae

“Fascinating plant,” he said. “Before the
war it was hardly known in Soho, even
‘hough it is Sicilian. In Sicily it thrives on
volcanic ash. Now it has discovered there is
an equally good living to be made from the
ashes of London, You find it flourishing in
oombsites everywhere.”

In a spirit of student fun we took a root of
Oxford ragwort to plant in Cambridge-cir-
tus. The only possible site for the experi-
ment was a windowbox in front of a pub.

Unfortunately a man who seemed to be
something to do with the pub caught us in
he squalidus act. We escaped by darting
nside for a drink, but when we came out

he Oxford ragwort had -
bridge-circus. . a ee

Ask for SCOTT

:

HORSES’ FEET

“YONTINUING in a north-easterly direction

We Saw,a mounted policeman, to remind

Mir. Pincher that horses’ front feet are bigger

‘han their back ones because they have more
‘weight to carry.

At a fishmonger’s barrow, Mr. Pincher
paused and said that a scientific winkle
watcher had calculated it took 11,000 winkles
1 day to satisfy the appetite of a rock pipit

We found fossil crinoids or sea’ lilies in
building stone, iron bacteria in a drain pipe

‘one of the mysteries of science is what they
live on).

Beyond Cambridge-circus you come to the

wooded part of Shaftesbury-avenue. The
trees are London planes.
o>, They do not grow wild anywhere, Mr }]} (
Pincher said. They are probably a cross
between two other trees introduced about
300 years ago.
; Many trees tend to die in towns because
the soot blocks up the breathing spaces in
their bark, but the plane tree sheds its bark
to save its skin.

The wood is called lacewood in the timber
trade, and minute spikes from the fruit float
ibout the air and are believed by some to
cause sore throats.

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Milk Fed Turkeys—

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Dressed Rabbits 42c. per Ib.

HOLE IN THE ROAD Dressed Tripe 32c. per Ib.

Beef Suet 40c. per Ib.

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Frozen Salmon
Frozen Cod Fillets
Frozen Haddock
Fresh Sausages
Minced Steak

OvR last adventure was with a man who
was digging a hole in the pavement,
Mr. Pincher tceok a handful of soil from the
snow-covered heap beside him and said : “Do
you know there are 5,000 million germs in
a thimbleful of this ?”
“Well, it’s nothing to do with me,” said
the man. “You’d better speak to the fore-
man,” —L.E.S,



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1952





Sentence Postponed 3 Years For

SENTENCE on Jonathan Payne, alias “Doctor Payne”

a road mender of Porey Spr

ing, St. Thomas, was yesterday

postponed by the Acting Puisne Judge, His Lordship Mr.
Justice G. L. Taylor, after an Assize Jury found him guilty Rock, a seaman of New Orleans,
of wounding Thomas Ellis, a shopkeeper of the same dis- WS yesterday sentenced to three

trict, on January 13, this year.

chin was bitten out.

A small piece of Ellis’s

Payne was charged on two counts; the first with
wounding with intent to maim, disfigure or do grievous
bodily harm, but the jury returned a verdict of not guilty for stealing articles from parked
on that count and found him guilty of simple wounding.

Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to thd
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown.

The Prosecution’s case was that
Payne went to Ellis, a shop-
keeper of the district, that night
at about 9.15 o’clock and bought
rum and got into a dispute with
Ellis when he wanted more rum,
but was not sold it. Ellis ordered
him to go out of the shop and

Payne in an aggressive mood en- ~"

gaged Ellis in a fight and bit him.

Payne’s defence was a denial of
the bite, and a claim that the fight
had been forced on him and that
it was Ellis’ wife who bit Ellis.
He said that Ellis had told him he
had beaten bigger men than he.

Dr. Collin Vaughn who attend-
ed the wound gave evidence as
to the nature of the wound,

Disrespectful Talk

Thomas Ellis said that his wife,
Isaey Cumberbatch, Gordon Skin-
ner and himself were in the shop
when Payne came in and began
a disrespectful conversation, He
told him to go home and after
loitering around a while, he went
out of the shop, only to return a
few minutes later and call for
rum. He refused to sell him any
and Payne started to abuse him.
He asked him to leave and Payne
continued to abuse and threaten
him. Payne eventually went out
and thinking it a good opportunity
to close the door, Ellis went to do
so when Payne struck him with
a stone, threw another at him and
followed it up by pulling him into
the road. Payne then threw him
on the road and bit a piece from
his chin. He had to be assisted in
getting Payne off him.

Cross-examined, he said he had
not seen Payne fall off a bench in

the shop. He denied throwing a
bottle at Payne.

Elfrida Ellis, his wife, corrob-
orated his statement. She con-
ceeded that her husband had

thrown a bottle in a part of the
shop, but denied that it had been
thrown at Payne or that it had
struck him.

Different Evidence

Gordon Skinner, who was in
the shop at the time, gave slightly
different evidence. He said that
Ellis threw the bottle at Payne
when Payne was abusing’ and
said that Ellis told Payne he
would beat him if he did not go
out. He said that it was when
Ellis went out that a fight started
and Payne bit him.

Milton Arthur, an island con-
stable, and shopkeeper of the
same distriet, also gave evidence
as tova fight. He said he was about
ten roods away from Ellis’s shop
when he heard a quarrel, When
he went towards the quar-
rel he saw Payne, Ellis and Ellis’
wife fighting. Ellis was on the
road, Payne on him and Ellis’
wife cuffing Payne.

When they were parted, Ellis
asked him to arrest Payne.

Payne told the Court he had
been drinking some rum and had
fallen off a bench in the shop:
When Ellis told him to get out
Ellis threw bottle and hit him
with it on hi$ side. He told him
fo come out of the shop and fight
like a man and Ellis told him that
he had beaten higger men than
he. Ellis and his wife ‘then at-
tacked him and durin the fight,
Ellis’ wife bit him mistaking it for
him.

The jury returned the verdict
of guilty on the second count after
about 15 minutes’ deliberation.



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Hearing In
Damages Case
Adjourned

In the Petty Debt Court yes-
terday, His Honour “Mr. Justice
A. J. H. Hanschell adjourned
further hearing in the case in
which Plaintiff Stanley Lorde of
Government Hill, St. Michael is
claiming damages to the amount
of £10 from the defendant
Harold Hinds for wrongful im-
prisonment on October 8, 1951
until April 23. Mr. J. E.
Branker is appearing in the case
on behalf of plaintiff Lorde,

Stanley Lorde was charged by
the Police for stealing money to
the amount of $4.26 from Hinds
while both of them (plaintiff and
defendant) were working at the
Johnson and Redman Bakery on
October 8, 1951.

Hinds called on Police Constable
223 Clarke to arrest Lorde. Lorde
was arrested and taken to the
Charge Room of the Central Sta-
tion and the Police took a state-
ment from him. Lorde was then
taken over to the C.D. where
his finger prints and photograph
were taken at:d then at 4.10 p.m.
he was taken before His Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma and was re-
manded on the charge for a week.

On October 15, 195i, His Wor-
ship Mr. H. A. Talma dismissed
without prejudice the case of
larceny against Lorde, and Lorde
is now asking for £10 damages
for all the inconveniences
suffered while in prison awaiting
trial.

Arrest

In the Petty Debt Court yester-
day Police Constable Clarke said
that on October 8 Hinds told him
that Lorde stole money from him.
Before he arrested Lorde, Hinds
pointed out Lorde as the~ man
who took the money from him.

Harold Hinds said that on
October 8 he was working at
Johnson and Redman. He took
$4.26 from his pocket and placed
it on a ledge in the dressing
room. When he did this two boys
were in the room with him.
Then the foreman shouted for
them to come down and he and
the boys rushed out, He wan out
leaving the money on the ledge.

While going down the stairs
leading to the bottom floor he
passed Lorde on his way up to the
dressing room, On reaching about
half way down the stairs he
(Hinds) turned back to get the
money from the ledge.

On going into the room he saw
Lorde and then found that the
money that he placed on the
ledge was missing. He asked
Lorde for the money and Lorde
handed him his wallet but would
not allow him to search his pock-
ets. He then informed the Police.

To Mr. Branker Hinds said that
when he put the .money On the
ledge two boys were in the
dressing room with him. He
left when the foreman called
them downstairs.

At this stage the case was
adjourned so that a witness in
the case could be summoned to
the Court.

the price asked

T. to the

Stealing Bag

Twenty-two-y ear-dld Cecil

years penal servitude when a
jury found him guilty of stealing
a travelling bag with articles and
money, a total value of $300, from
a car on November 21 last year.
Rock has three other convictions

cars and before this sentence was
at present serving a term of im-
prisonment for a similar offence.
The case was presided over by
the Acting Puisne Judge, His
Lordship Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor,
Mr. F. E. Field, Assistant to the
Attorney General, prosecuted for
the Crown.

The articles and money were
the property of Clement Wocd of
Dalkeith Road and his son, Wood's
son was returning to Canada about

the time of the larceny and a
passport was among the items
stolen.

Wood had parked his car in

Synagogue Lane and returned for
it after about 20 minutes, When
he missed the bag, he informed
the police who started investiga-
tions,

The chief evidence against Rock
was an admission in a statement
Police that he stole the
bag. Two of the items were found
at Rock’s mother’s home when the
police searched it,

In his defence, he said that the
statement had been taken from
him under duress. He said that
he had bought the shirt and pants,
the items found at his mother from
stores in Swan Street.



Cook Gets A Year
For Wounding

Sydney Maughn, a 26-year-old
cook of the Bay “Wand who was
found guilty earlier In the Ses-
sions of wounding with intent,
biting off MacDonald Burke’s ear
on December 18 last year, was
yesterday sentenced to one year’s
imprisonment by the Acting

© Puisne Judge His Lordship Mr.

Justice G. L. Taylor.

A good account of Maughn’s
character was given by the Pro-
bation Cfficer. His Lordship was
informed that he had been con-
nected with two disputes, both of
which were concerned with his
wife as was the present fight.

Mr, Denis Malone who detended
him asked for the leniency of the
Court.

His Lordship told Maughn that
the biting off of a man’s ear was
dificult and it must have taken
him sometime to do and must
have been done deliberately. The
man was marked for life and
seriously inconvenienced, and it
was only ‘on account of his clean
record that he did not sentence
him to a long term of imprison-
ment. :

Two Years

Steel band leader Austin
Springer who was found guilty
early in the session of receiving
a namber of shirts which were
stelen from a Swan Street store,
was sentenced to two years’ im-
prisonment with hard labour, The
shirts were used as costume for
the members of Springer’s steel
band.

Seven Years

Zephinah Corbin, a 32-year-old
labourer of Jackson who was
found guilty of wounding Lemuel
Maynard of the Ledge Plantation
with intent to disfigure, disable
or resist lawful apprehension was
sentenced to’ seven years’ penal
servitude. Corbin was stealing
yams from the plantation when
he was arrested by the watchman.







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to 4 p.m. closing for luncheon between 12 noon and 1 p.m.

CAVE SHEPHERD A CO.. LTD.
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From



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Minor Handicrafts
Committee,
To Be Set Up.

A Minor Handicrafts Devélop-
ment Committee is to be up
under the Chairmanship
D. A, Wiles, Assistant
Secretary to examine ways,
means of developing minor handi-
crafts in the island.

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday considered a
letter from the Colonial Secre-
tary informing them that His Ex-
cellency the Governor proposed '>
set up this committee, and asking
the Chamber to nominate one of
its members to serve on the Com-
mittee. Mr. Maurice Cave was
accordingly nominated to the
Committee,




The terms of reference of the
Committee are “to examine ways
and means of developing minor
handicrafts in this island, whether
existing or new, with special
reference tc (a) projects and pri-
ority of development; (b) train-
ing of workers and _ improve-
ment and upgrading of workman-
ship; (c) supply of raw, semi-
manufactured or manufactured
material for recommended pro-
jects; (d) method of insuring
steady and_ reliable production;
(e) marketing and sales organisa-
tion; (f) subjects which might
be taken to assist development at
regional level and by Govern-
ment itself; and to make detailed
recommendations with estimates,

where necessary, for such de-
velopment,
The Council of the Chamber

alsc nominated Mr. R, M. Cave to
serve as their representative on
the Barbados Publicity Committee
in place of Mr. A. R. Toppin who
will be away on leave in England
for three months as from the 1st
of June.



Inquest Adjourned
Until April 16

Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting Cor-
oner of District “A” yesterday
adjourned until April 16 the in-
quest touching the death of Arnold
Meanwell. Arnold Meanwell who
was a popular band leader, died
at his home at Top Rock, Christ
Church on March 18, 1952. Dr.
A. S. Catgeperformed a post mor-
tem examination on the body of
the deceased at the Burton’s Par-
lour, Pinfold Street, on March 19.

Clifford Clairmonte, a _ clerk
identified the body to Dr, A. S.
Cato. Sjt. Gill told the court that
two bottles containing liquid from
the body were sent to the Govern-
ment Analyst for a report.

When hearing resumes. the
Government Analyst will read his
report and Dr. Cato will give his
findings after the post mortem
examination,

“ATHELBEACH”

DUE TODAY

The molasses tanker Athelbeach
is expected to arrive at Barbados
to-day to load vacuum pan
molasses, She will be anchored in
Carlis‘’e Bay and tended by the
small tanker Athelbrook which is
accustomed coming to Barbados
to load molasses for Trinidad.

The Athelbrook will be
riving eerly during the morning t:
load at the molasses berth of the
inner basin. She will be making
a few trips out to the Athelbeach
in the Bay.

Messrs, H. Jason Jones & Co., |
L*d., agents for both tankers, told



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Harrison Line Keeps Regular

Service To W.1.

Mr. Austin Baddeley, Superin-
tendent of the Harrison Line
Steamship Company with head-
quarters in Trinidad, told the
Advocate yesterday that the Har-
rison Line is maintaining its reg-
ular services to the West Indies.

He said that at present Hi
rison liners are calling at Barba-
dos for sugar and they expect t
take 20.000 tons from the

island this month and a further
20.000 in May.

Mr. Baddeley came over to
Barbados earlier in the week to
meet Sir Thomas Harrison
Hughes, Chairman and Managing
Director of the Harrison Line who
was making a round trip with a
party of guests on board the S.S.
Interpreter.

He said that Sir Thomas visit-
ed Maracaibo, Curacao, Vene-
zuela and Trinidad before com-
ing to Barbados and left yester-



“Skylark” Gets 3 Months

His Worship Mr. H. A. Talma
Police Magistrate of District “A’
yesterday sentenced Vincen, Bis-
phem alias “Skylark” of Eagle
Hall, St. Michael, to three months’
imprisonment with hard labour
for stealing a sheep belonging to
Inez Haynes on April 5

Bispham, a 24-year-old labourer
went into the yard of Hayne
while she was away from home
and took away the sheep which
was valued at $15,

Bispham was arrested a few
hours after he committed the
offence.



Band Concert
This Evening

In due deference to Holy Week,
the Police Band will render a
special concert beginning at 4.45
this evening in Queen’s Park, in
place* of the usual pepular con-
cert,

The programme which will be
conducted by Capt. C. E. Raison
is as follows:—

Classic The Trumpet Voluntary
—Jeremiah Clarke
Oratorio — The Crucifixion Stainer

Arranged by Band-Sgt. C. Archer
Characteristic In a Monastery Garden
—Ketelbey

Cornet Ballad — My Prayer
—-W. HH.
In Meditation
Chaminade

Squires
Air Religioso

Aria Celebre — Ave Maria

—Gounod-Bach
Morceau Evensong Fasthope-Martin
Sonata Transcription Moonlight
Sonata — Beethoven
Finale—The Creat; Hymn Beethoven |
Hymn of the P@sion “When I



survey the Wondrous Cross’
108 A & M,
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This to let those Custom-

ers who have booked
the Advocate yerterday that they Meters know that the ship-
vere net sure whether the Athel- | ment expected ais been
*eeeh wonld be taking her cargo | delayed but they will be
to the U.K. or to Cenada. Wf notified as soon ag the
The Athelbeach hos ee Company can fix same after
her visits to Barabados after a arrival.
‘ong absence from the island. She THE BARBADOS GAS

has made trips here during the
act 25 years, ‘

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For Bigger Crops

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TRACK, HALF-TRACK and

WHEEL TRACTORS
PLOUGHS
CANE CARTS

BAGASSE SPREADERS (ideal also for
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Pen Manure)

FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS

MANURE LOADERS

GRASS MOWERS (Trailer & P.T.O, Types)

GRASS RAKES
GRASS LOADERS -

SIDE DELIVERY RAKES—for windrowing

Cane Trash



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WHICH IS ESSENTIAL,





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Choe, Eggs 3 sizes,
1/6, 3/-, 8/-

Marzipan Egg in Cup, 1/6

Marzipan Egg, 20c.

Plastic Ege with Fry's
Choec.—6/-

Large Card Egg containing
Choc. Egg — 2/9

Large Card Egg containing
Sugared Almonds — 2/9

Duck Carriage with Choc,
Egg — 3/6

Glass Fruit Bowl with 4
large Choc. Eggs — 12/-

Child’s Porridge Bowl with
Choc. Egg — 2/9

Fancy Drinking Glasses
with Choc, Egg — 2/9

Sugar Bowl with Choc,
Egg — 3/-

Ware Tumblers with Choe.
Egg — 2/6

Cadburys Roses Choc. § Ib,
& 1-tb, tins

Cadburys Hard Centre Choc,

4 & 1-lb, tins

Cadburys Selected Choc.
4 & 1-lb, tins

Cadbury Milk Tray Choe.

4 & 1-1), tins
Cadburys Choe. Biscuits
(Bournville)
Pascalls Marshmallows
3/6 tin
Pascalls Marshmallows
2/- box
Pascalls Barley Sugar 2/9 jar
Pascalls Orchid Fruit 2/9 jar
Pascalls Mixed Fruit Drops
2/9 jar
Toffee in Decorated tins 2/-
Salted Peanuts in Bots. 3/6
Black Magio Choe,
- 1% Ib, Box 4.50
Black Magic Choc,
1-Ib. tin 2.40
Black Magic Choc.
4 Wb. tin 1.35
Fancy Biscuits in Cello.
Pks, — 12c¢,
Royal Scotch Shortbread
8/- tin
“Afternoon Tea” Biscuits
8/6 tin
“Balmoral” Biscuits 6/- tin
“DAllit” Biscuits 7/- tim
“Rio Grande” Biscuits 7/-
tin
P.F. Assorted Biscuits 7/6 tin
“Playbox” Biscuits 10/- tin
Almond Shortbread 7/6 tin
Ovaltine Biscuits in Pks 2/6
Custard Cream Biscuits
260, & 48e, Pek,
Mars Bars — I6e.
Diabetic Choe, T5e. bay
After Dinner Mints 1/- peck.

also

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CRACKERS

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day_for Dgninica on his way back
to England

Mr. Baddeley, who was staying
returned to
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in Flowered Designs and
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| GARAGE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE GAS-
OLENE SERVICE STATION WHICH WILL OPEN AS
USUAL FROM 7.15 A.M. to 5.30 P.M., WILL CLOS
ON THE AFTERNOON OF THURSDAY, 10TH. AND

INSTANT.

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CLASSIFIED ADS. |" ™# ssuss |” ron mexT " SHIPPING NOTICES (°° °°"

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REAL ESTATE HOUSES




















































PERCY H. BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer.

o ICE BUILDING — At “Brigade A STEA sailed 18th Apml— arrives Barbados 29th April, 1952.
31 3.4 52—5n ‘Situated in @ well established residential | House,” facing Garrison savannah, now et ten re ree oa. ck

area and yet within walking distance] occupied by Dr, Gardiner. Apply C. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
——— }
Si iichaet, |Cage taoags Co Mieapa 0, Owner [of uidactowm, compris Daswine andl" Gintke, % Swan Street. Dist OH
10.4.52—2" | griven in first class condition. Dial 88. Grooms, breakfast. room, pantry,| O* 50%. 5.4,82—4n. A STEAMER sailed 27th Mareh--arrives Barbados 12th April 1952.
: 2—SN kitchenette,

sonciabiee toilet and bath and wash A STEAMER sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26 April, 1952
OFFICIAL SALE | —agqscoac ier were Cor, perfect [Tom with a double, servants or'tand | GOVERNMENT NOTICE CANADIAN SERVICE ——S~S~S~S
CARS—One 7 Mersu yard, stands on square ol

condition, One Fluid Drive Decge Car. YS Sue on application at the prem- -

TE TRE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | APPIN to Cosmopolitan Garagé, Mag®- jses any day between 1! to 5 except




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8
TELEPHONE 2508 | MONTREAL, AUSTRALIa, NEW SUSTRALIA, NEW | 09099909 9000000DOS999OG ‘. NO Ft IcE
Br a oe ee cedar nnn } ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. The M.V. “CACIQUE DEL %|%
Five Barbs ados Government Debentures (M.A.N.Z. —= TBE” qill accep) Compe ant }
of £500 each at 34%%. These Debentures ee SS. “TEKOA” w CARI 3
IN MEMORIAM ; FOR SALE | Will be set up for sale by Public Auction | , APARTMENT at eT i from Adelaide February 15th cchaule, 1s) 3 Fassanpni De 6 Ruan comets S| e
Sia ae ot Sn ee eee re cue Thursday! ona pming rooms, two large Bedrooms | March 2 tr Trinidad St. Vincent, Sailing Saturday 12th %
t a Moore, who. was AUTOMOTIVE loth instant at 2 pm. poycr, | each with running water, Kitchenette | Bane, Mat eh 8 eS eases hee inst. :
“to aa on April ‘a, 1986. “CAR—For 1 Anglid a perfect conditior “ana Solicitors. | °c Garage. er 10.4.52--2n | April 25th. +4 Scomugre tor Dees |
o. be fremembere ara do- CAR ‘ord nglia in pe r a . < | ves- } - ‘
vert sa Neha Sardeitn ‘Daugh- |Apply E. N. Roach, Cluffs Plantation, | 14.52—5n - mee | ee to one cee 2S + Paw ica. Antigua,” Montserrat, Nevis | Will Policyholders please note that this
€ ore an ? 2 a . one 91-12 | “BEACH co’ TAGE on st ames oast, and St Kitts. Sailing ‘0-day ’
ters), Margot, Beverley, Florette, Ronald} St, Lucy, or Phone 4.4.52—3n} PROPERTY: 3,725 sq, ft. of land at is ana | {Pozen cargo. ¥ ica tee dae |
(Grand ehildren), Emeline Aboab (Aunt) | Hunte’s Road, nr, Tweedside Ra. (1) one] Perieck sapamad — ‘lese, Gums] Cargo accepted on through | Bille, o eo SO ele eee Office will NOT BE OPENED on
10.4.5" | “GAR-_One Chevrolet (Stvlemaster) Tout |houne 16 x 9 x 8 with galvanised Shed’. | Ti ohGne. Reasonable terms to suitable en | fo Se Se winawied capt Cares end mucuinee tar Ot
——— | Mode! in _first oon condition. Dial foe: one: me ae Mart couple Apply: Beachlands, St. James or “Islands. . | Dominica, Antigua, Mentessat, {
PUHLIE NOTICES 2° ogo an 10.4,82—an} Phone 018? SED | “per riner particuias aonly ~ |X Poy ites" SE SATURDAY. 12th APRIL ;
: LT « LTD. a ° .
Cee a es FARAWAY—St. Philip coast, 3 bed-| FURNESS WITHY & CU., Me x
ome | CAR—One Chevrolet 5 sedter M—1679 FOR SALE rooms. Fully furnished. ting Plant. INIDAD. B.W.T, SCHOONER OWNERS’ | %
NOTICE is hereby given that it is the |in good running order. Dial 3260 at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on} watermill supply. Double Car Port, two ASDOCEATION «ney : ,
ti of the Unitas Pratrum Friendly 9.4.52—4n | Friday the 18th instant at te P-™. | servant rooms. From May ae Phone DACOSTA & CO., ie ensignee e
Socldiy, the Martins Bay Friendly Soci- |) —————_—_____——_————————_—___ UPLAND, 3rd reten cera >. oe “76. 10.4,52—t fn aw re
te, The Nonparie! Friendly Society, and | CAR—Morris Minor 4,000 miles. Ex= eens et” Srae anaes ED suite | SURANCE x
Small Town United Brotherhood | cellent condition. Phone 3167 — t ‘The bh onaiaans MODERN THE BARBADOS MUTUAL LIFE AS
Friendly. Society to amalgamate with the | teat Slewteg gee Dinto rane om tne ‘ae py AE aon Apply to Alma a SOCIETY
m | — particulars. .
eo ae Pe “SAR: Hiliman 1949 Model, recently | Moor, 3 Bedrooms upstairs and usual Leshiey No. 6 Coral Sands, Worthing. : le 5
the Ist of Janummy 1952, ‘ 2n} Offices. Garage for 1 car. Inspection 23.2.52—t.f£.n. iv °
Dated this Ist Gus of eS ae ry overhauled Passer ots eee 52 — om application at the house any day ex- t Cc. x. BROWNE, %
Registrar of Friendly Society. CAR—One Prefect 1948 model in per- | 6M Sunder betwese 58 a.m. andi4 PIn-5: RUMSEY, — Coane Coast. 4 bed Inc. x %
‘aie - stra { Fri § l tect’ condition, on Sale at Yeorwood’s COTTLE, CATFORD & Co . rooms. Fully furnished, lighting Plant, * Secretary. .
z Garage. Harts Street, 5 Tyres in good 6.4.52—in. oe supply. Bible oa rane ao camer taeeets $ , 3
= . ~ 7 Caen II EIISIEIEUIUUEnEnSSS nt nga rooms rom
NOTICE , condition, above St. Mary's. | |. HAROLDVILLE, PERRY'S GAP, tober Ist Phone 4426. NEW YORK SERVICE x
The Perochial Treasurer's OfMCe Stef ROEBUCK STREET 10,4,52—t.f.n 2 10/4/52.—1n,
Mtichael will be closed on Saturday 12th; “CAR—one 1) Moreis @ Car. Good] . At 2 p.m., ees oa aan ee A STEAMER sailed 28th Mareh--arrives Barbados 10th April, 1952. es °
Anil, 198 i condition About 30,000 miles, $700.00. is very comfortable ing house FFI :
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SOUTHBOUND |
tion) gine Lane. Phone 3915. Saturdays and Sundays. e
Paeey JAWANIR a ee Admission of Patients to Tuber- Name of Ship Salle Halifax Arrives Barbados ||] a7 iyy c sn 6 1
sf Plaintiff l PICKUP—Model “A” Ford Pickup with “\SUTCHINSON & BANFIELD, culosis Sanatorium, Caura, “ALQOA PILGume” 1h Mare 3th | Our, ustomers an e enera "
Se Ahan Lacs ppcage) 008, nyree Snes er Somes. |e James Street. Trinidad, Se March 29th April 7th Public please note that our
. anne the estate of Gordon Briss naRNEs & CO.,LTD. — 9.4.09-t-f-n 5.438—On. Ie is notified for general infor-|“ALCOA PARTNER" a ‘3 April 13th April 23rd
N Pp 5 1s a am ; 1. . e ma that those is who
LINCOLN PRIF LY BUSHELL , I ent Va in good te
Deter TP Geter ae! Star AUCTION ——_| Wish? to ‘Obtain treatment at the| arco, WQREBROENP DNC Mamata er || OFFICE, STATIONERY and |

Pays ig Ave hereby give 1 that b3 viet te | bargain “Reasonably Priced. oes as UNDER THE SILVER ~—— sae Gta the ae make ie 9 ae or
OC eee tamcer OC The saan Et tel ca’ Secretariat | “A STEAMER” Ba jared steeind April ‘or St. n,
A l dated the 8th day of April, 1962] app.
there wil be set up for sale to the highest ~~ PLECTRIC AL HAMMER aa ioe, rr s no acohustt deel Lawrence River ag PRINTING DEPT.
bidd it th ce of the Clerk o n€ n .
miaaal a}, the Omice of the Clore oe etl RADIO One Phillips Ten (0) Tube]; ge. en ee with sell. the Restaurant ‘ooh p oor ahs id a These vessels have limited passenger accommodation.
House, Bridgetown, between the hours of | Radio, Apply: V. B. St. John, C/o N. 3 | purniture of the Vietoria Club, comprising x less an on it is wn t ill b 1
12 (noon) and 2 o'clock in the afternoon | Howell, Bay Street 10.4.52—2n | Dining Tables and Chatra in Pine, Tres- z can L# re me ig ————— | wi e closed on
on Friday, the 20th day of June, 1952: -_ tie Table; Larder, Ri Chairs; Dinner | arrangem are ma or RVICE
All that certain piece or parcel of lan?’ 1 IVESTOCK Service; Pyrex and Glass Ware; Water| admission to the Sanatorium. ROBERT THOM LTD.— NEW YORK & GULF SE a
ait Sand no si AVE Ear Set Pg, Seon Fore Cac | "9 Apply. DA COSTA & CO. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE SATURDAY. April 12th
Sates in thie island containing by ad | HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding) qo. ‘and Weights; Oven, Saucepans, . It is suggested that . x pri
measurement. three roods two perches | oUt of O.T.C Apply: Constant Plan- Kettles Cake pans; ete. Glass Cases contemplating such application
or thereabouts abutting and bouhding on }*atioo. Ring S04 20, 6.69--Gry ‘

ra and other items. Sale 12 noon. Terms| Should first call on the Director of














































































ert ts SEs. “on tools ot. tory MISCELLANEOUS | “RRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. | pleased to advise’ ""” “'" Y°|% Your Car deserves the Best OIL you can obtain, therefore, Newspaper and Advertising
Elizabeth “Richards “and on the Public] CLOTH—Domestic Cig Sood. quality ; : Auctioneers. . m : 10.4.52.—1n DRAIN, FLUSH, and RE-FILL with . ' Departments will remain open
ond or however else the same may abut}only 39. a ¥ a . . -—Iin.
and bound— : 9.4.52—2n s as usual.
anal - not then sold the said propert naan “che, tee ee fa 8 GE R M 0 i L
will be set up for sale on ever ‘ “REAM FLANNEL for Trousers in
ceeding Reading: betiewen the'mine, haut 9g ‘alities at ‘Thani Bros. Dial 3466 ‘ Hello Everybody eee e
until the same is “old for not 9.4.52-—2n Please call in at - - - 1 } TD 4
than £125 et ale - A
pated this 8th day of April, 1952 DRIED FRUIT Raisins, Currants TWEEDSIDE AUCTION CENTRAL FOUNDRY L 5 ADVOCATE co. LTD.
F. G. TALMA Prunes and Mixed Peel. W. M, FORD MART Gasolene Service Station — Trafalgar Street
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court Roebuck St. Dial 3489. 24 ACCOUNTANT required to take rer
of Appeal 9.4 in| charge; preferably with experience o!
10,4.52—3n | - weahciethidalpcbeetale Machine Accownting. Salary subject tc Tweedside Road
: etna ENVELOPES—200 Envelopes design for | ability and qualifications. Applications I can mupphy 7° you with— : Ss
OFFIC! AL NOTICE Ist day covers ‘of Centenary, Stamps. res only to ©. 8. PITCHER &|/] Dining 1 c E a ||
gents each. Specially for. Semmes “I}] “Radios, 4 Burner Oil Stoves, N o T
tor Apply M J. James C/o Advocate ce
saileavieie nei Vata dn| SUSINESS GENT, highest reterences,||| Galvanise Buckets, Glass

vequires quiet, cool, unfurnished accom-

ee Cases, Wood Stoves. and
FLANNELETTE for underwear and! modation vicinity Aquatic/Garrison. One

lots of other items.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)

Policyholders and the general public are hereby














’ , Aher purposes 64c, and White, Blue, Pink or two Rooms, Full details and monthly Dial 4837 notified that our Branch Office, over Collins’ Ltd.,

LILY JAWAHIR , 5 a Pu

r JAWAD at ‘Thant's. 9.4.62—€n| Terms to Box A Advocate, pleave, 10.4,62—2n. Broad St., will be closed each working day except POLI EK NOTICE
Qualified Administratrix cum testamento “GLADIOL! & DAHLIA"—Orders are

annex of the estate of Gordon Springer

st Saturday between the hours of 11 a.m. and Noon. We
sow being taken for Gladioli and Dahllas! NURSE: Experience Baby's Nurse im-













LINCO ea a pe ‘or delivery in December 1952, parties! mediately. | Apply: “Garden House”, close for the day on Saturday at noon as usual.

LN ees Y BUSHELA nterested in booking please phone 4442,| Constant, St. George 10.4.52—3n % smaenes @ wenn
DX purniance of an Onder in this Court | "= Geddes Grant, Lad. hs aa Tr Jacket 10. DAY'S NEWS FLASH THE DEMERARA MUTUAL LIFE

in the above action made on the ath dav TAILORS—Journeymen Tailors, (Jacke

———
HAMS Cooked Hams in ‘ins| Hands) only those with experience need

of April, 1952, I give notice to all persons | 1,1 for $3.12 also Canadian Pienic’s 61b| apply. P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co., Ltd






























———
having any estate, right or interest in o . u fi k St 26.3.52—t.f REEDS FOR CLARINETTES |
aor oa or incumbrance affecting Sint 348. Nan Cake RO 8 oh prere AND —
certain piece or pareel of lane Se :
situate at Prospect in the parish of Sain JUST RECEJVED—Valor Stove parts, MISCELLANEOUS Some fxtra Copies of :
James in this Island containing by ad-| cluding —- Chimneys, Spreaders, Grid] “SonGapowW To rent or lease a two ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS
mengurement three roods; two perche | rop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also| .BUNGALOW—To rent or lease a two Of the King’s Funeral for Sale.
or thereabouts abutting and bounding or ressure Stove parts. Enquire Auto Tyre| ° three bedroom stone Bungalow,
other lands of the defendont, on land company, Trafalgar & Sp Streets unfurnished, preferabky Navy Gardens, Coloured and Clear Plastic By
of Mis. G. Weeks, on lands of Mory | snnte 3008 2 3 s9-t tn, | Garrison, or Belleville, Reply A.B.C. The Yard
Biieabee Richards and on the Pubiic : c © Advocate, 10. 4.52—3n. NOTICE
oad or however else the same may abut | LAUNCH: 21 foot imported Steel . ee all at 7
and bound— ea ‘ z ONE SMALL INCUBATOR to purchase. ¥ D f ll M
to bring before me an account of their aor Biber SBR greta Wig id ee Contact McKenzie 4536, from 8 to 4 and JOHNSON'S SEATIONERS rivers o a otor
suid claims with their witnesses, docu ; im ‘g.4.52~an | after 3736. 5.4,52—n, and
ments and vouchers, to be examined by oo | —









â„¢me on any Tuesday, or Friday between | METAL S
the hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o'clock ir METAI DDERS: Durable

STEPLA:
the tifternoon; at the Office of the Clerk o! eel stepladders of four, six, eight, and














Vehicles are requested to





n tread, from $9.88 up. On sale ‘now. | ee * oe
ae. Boysen pay of Appeal at the }«. R. Hunte & co., Ltd. Lower Broad RE
Court House, | tidgetown, before the ith |v, “Dial 5186 9.4.52—2n THURSDAY, 10TH APRIL until TUESDAY i j l
e - Yr way suc. aoouenes
eee ane a pv tb ond to the PRINTS—American Prints, Lovely Big NIAGARA FACTORY FURNISH (j ; exercise specia care on
u priority thereof respective! Neneh . r
otherwise such persons will be pa: Soh Flowers for House Coats or Bed Sheet

15TH at 8.00 A.M.

from the benefit of the said Decree, ane | % “t 7°: * Ya. Thanks. 4.52—2n
au earaven OE: AT. GUAR: Ot, OR RROIat ), sseaicsiesenmestincnnnselindenniiesenangninsiasbilinitemcte
e sa Property Ds—Cc
Claimants are also notified that they Suecde,” Games tot ete “Oat veer

DIAL 4322




For Easter Day Easter Monday.

















must attend the sald Court on Wednes” | “noice, A. BARNES & CO.,LTD. N. B. HOWELL
aay, the 1th day of June, 1952, at 1 ' 9.4.52—t.f.n _ ° »
orelack a.m. APTLY SUES “Wince MUMIA WERBY Ni ree areca meets ORIEN I AL L B & HA WARE

. SISAL GRASS BAGS: Muiti-coloured Vanities, Stools & Dressing UM ER RD
mane my hand this th day o | Sisal Grass Bags in “attractive designs Tables $14 to $98—Wardrobes,




SOUVENIRS

SILKS, CURIOS, ARTS
VENDEMOS, SEDAS,
JOYERIAS Y ARTISTICAS
CURIOSIDADES, TRAIDOS

fust the thing that would sell to Vene-

Linen Presses, Bedsteads from 30
selan Tourists $6.00 each; but discount

to 54”, Springs, Laths, Washstands,
Cradles, Night-chairs

G. TALMA,

Ag. Clerk of the ‘Anatadtng Court n cash orders. Apply: Mrs. W. Burke,
of Appeal rittons X Rd. or Dia) 4187

10.4. 52-2) |

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10.4.52—In

SHOES—Ladies White Shoes and Hats
or Easter, you go to see these at Thani



TABLES for Dining. Kitchen
fund Faney use, Cabinets for China,
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ye ; " DE LA INDIA CHINA e R. T. MICHELIN
jros. Dial 3466, 9.4.52—2n yIPT $5.50 up
; . ae Police Head ‘ters mmissi ice
NO i ICE SOUPS—Vegetable, Tomato, Chicken, DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE eee - issioner of, Poslog,
‘ T H A N I ’ Ss in Morris, Rush and other Styles,



9th April, 1952.
ream of Mushroom. W, M. FORD,

—PIANOS, Ice Boxs, Typewriter;






\sparagus, Pea, Consommé, Ox Tail nD. |


































>, Roebuck St., Dial 3489, Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466 Pram, Wardrobe &: cther Trunks—
We beg to notify our Be ao oat RS TE cau Manone seuaianoen to: sen posal
iriendsâ„¢ and customers Wt} -ZINNED,,., MEATS Luncheon Beet, we are OPEN TILL. 4.15 CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF THE C. A.
r * orn eef, nm utton, Corned
that our office, repair de- Reet eet ey, Veal Loaf and Tins : f BRATHWAITE’S PROVISION STORE AND
partment and : ade str Dial Bag POND! eth ke SACRED CANTATA GIBBS’ GROCERY ARE NOTIFIED THAT



L.S. WILSON

SPRY STREET. DIAL 4060

ten Wer ; WIND ‘

parts department will ‘olours i.e, Gents os tea Thani
8

not be opened for bus- Bros. Dial 3460, 9.4.52—2n

ness on Saturday, 12th

“ EASTER-TIDE”

JAMES ST.

THESE BUSINESSES ARE NOW LOCATED
AT NO. 23, ROEBUCK ST. (OPPOSITE SPRY
ST. CORNER) UNDER MY NAME.














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METHODIST
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inst. However our Gas- Rockley Golf Club - soLomsts IN OUR NEW AND MORE COMMODIOUS }
oline Station will be open Members are asked to note that Sao FOR SALE
as usual, Messrs. G Pollard. P. Deane, SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO GIVE THE
ADMISSION :

COLE & CO., LTD. USUAL INTERESTED SERVICE.

Good-Friday April Lith,






i the Club house will be closed on

Silver: Collection at the Door



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WINDSOR LODGE



QUARTERS MY STAFF AND MYSELF
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with verandah three sides
of house, double garage and i i
servants’ rooms with bath N @ - I ¢C E \ eee which
and toilet, This is a solid years ago caused the Bajan
stone wall residence built y ) Cook to exclaim :

about 1780, situated in Gov- ‘ & ; .
ernment Hill, standing on & \ Hey! Hey! Looka Fia
seven acres partly enclosed

with wall and connected
at our...-
with the Electric and Water Will our Customers please note th

van . HARDWARE and
Branker Trotman & Co.

seinen, « na tase {| LUMBER YARD DEPARTMENTS



(| Agents. GENERALLY ARE REQUESTED TO

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,
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dence contains five bed- Wholesale Provision & Grocery Dealer it ,

‘ | rooms and dressing rooms, *Phone 3115. No. 23, Roebuck Street ei
") The most satisfactory | a bath, two toilets, breakfast 10.4.52.—2n. Si
s} method of selling your | room, pantry, kitchen ete., if
property is through an OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PUBLIC drawing and dining rooms BOGS }
ne established firm of . i

NOTE THAT OUR STORE (ALL...

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DEPARTMENTS) WILL REMAIN OPEN

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Agents. i electricity supply in the near future.
"Phone 4640 Plantations Ltd. {'} 10.4.52—1n. ' at Bridgetown and Speightstown will be closed to These machines are for operation on kerosene oil,
») { \
yee eae = Pn SSS } business on SATURDAY, 12TH INSTANT. iy natural gas or electricity. and are available in 41, cub.
’ '

Qur SUGAR and MOLASSES. WAREHOUSES ft. and 7 cub. ft. models.

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| will be opened as usual.

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ve OVEN FRESH SERVICE i Kindly arrange your shopping accordingly. BOOK you:
‘ Do not forget to take home a good stock of . if r
Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS—only 46c. per pound. x THE EMTAGE ELEC. CoO.
Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. z PL ANTATIONS LIMITED % sia eit acini
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Bottles CORONATION WINE ..... 1.44 1.32 Quantities) 14 Ibs. Caskets 4.19 3.60
Bottles VI STOUT . 30 26 1-Ib. Boxes ... 2.18 1.80
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The Barbados Advocate will he have to leave the e bieuse note, we shall be closed
' : award a book on sport to the water? At U.K. Foods Fair to business as from 4 my
e2 u n rn I re first person who sends the cor- NOTE. All entries for ¥ iat tae a aS ee. ae
. rect answers to the three fol- “Sports Quiz” should be ad- Barbados will not be represent- WEWEAM: @ ©O
‘ > lowing questions. dressed “Sports Quiz” c/o ed at the forthcoming British g
> BY P. A. \ 1. If a player kicks a foot- Advocate Sports Editor, and Foods Fair which is to be held at | $69sessesecesosessosess:!
ball and it bursts on its â„¢ust reach this office by 12 Olympia from the 5th to 19th
: - . way to the goal but still 200m on Saturday April 12. July this year.
: THE men are complaining that I have been enters the goal, should the T2€ Correct answers and the Chamber of Commerce had, E R N | E $
t devoting my energies to the Ladies Inter- referee award a goal or "@me of the winner will be at the invitation of the Colonial ’
; Club Table Terinis matches while very little not? rae is Aa- Secretary, instructed ae Secre- DEMOC
4 is being written about them. This however 2. How many rums did the Fach entry must be accom- a ” +P tear pies ergy RATIC CLUB
was not an oversight on my part but was done first wicket partnership panied by A COUPON as set = |, Douses 2S Bey : Fair. but
is Sep ; : " ‘ ca between George Challenor ont below sending exhibits to the Fair, bu There will be a MEETING
mainly to inspire the ladies who are this ana Tim Tarilton yield in SPORTS QUIZ the only firm which replied, ex- -DAY
year creating a precedent in the history of the first innings against name .................-...- pressed their regret at not being Thursday, April 10th
local table tennis by fulfilling a very exten- Trinidad in the 1927 Tri- eee, , able to take part. ‘ at 6 p.m. Sharp
: : sive programme. angular tournament Mt cece cece nese Accordingly, the Secretary was
‘ y Kensington? RETR CRS i instructed by the Council of the to discuss the PROBLEMS
; sz Di. FE 6 I Be I ov ac ccs cre ccccvccstecedveues Chamber at its mee yesterday of the FIRST DAY’S
} In the Men’s Diviston I. Inter- ee te est coos bevbutseesseneane to reply to the Col Secretary RACING at UNION PARK
t Club series four clubs are in the stating that none of the members
running for the trophy as the first partan Beat of the Chamber had evinced any| ff} As Lobster Cocktails were
round reaches its final stages

interest in sending exhibits to favourites for the March Maralyn is pure country milk in all its creamy 9 WEED TO ADD
3 They are: Barna, Pelican, ry © W d Of the Fair. Meeting, I have asked my richness . .. a wonderful new flavour . . . plenty
Be oe e-- Empire 4—2 anderers Tour .

The Secretary was also instruct- friend Sqd. Leader Cour- of sugar—and it’s deliciously enriched! All you MILK OR SUGAR



At the beginning of the week d to submit a list of names as tenay Snow, of Edgewater meed to do is add hot or cold water. Enjoy it
Everton I. were 21 points with 4 Spartan defeated Empire by St V incent A Success suitable persons from among whom Hotel fame, to let me have today —or tonight about bed-time. Soz. and | 6oz. TINS
aes. per sail an maith four goals to two in their Second e We saan ee i? Pay eee pe ae. A BOVRIL QUALITY PRopuCT

maaan wet 7 ae” Division fixture played at Queen’s , 1 : arbados at the ish Indu :
es and Y.M.C.A. 35 in six match- p>. yesterday afternoon. THE MEMBERS of the Wanderers’ Cricket Touring Fair nest month. There will also be the

es. So far Everton I. gained three *“ny) 0? 0 . eenedially i team just back from St. Vincent have had an extremely’
points by the forfeit route, The game especially in the y

Y.M.C.A. three, Barna one while

} . ; ; ; , SSPE OO SESS POSSE OE
s cond half, was inclined to be interesting and enjoyable stay in that island, Skipper % ‘pate i





















r lor © Ladies and Gents!
tiene lagen tex every aint. ugh and oue ee poe Norman Marshall told the Advocate yesterday. 3 Be sure to be there at— as well as bits and pieces.
Good luck for Everton, but un- 4.000? De taken oF he “Empire He said that the Vincentians were very hospitable A PICNIC & DANCE Nice people get nice things.
B fortunately for the other three } ver eR an emp and did everything in their power to make them happy y “+ ALSO ADVISE MY
| sides, Abbey Marines did not turn “ The game opened slowly with and feel quite at home. eee es which will be given by MEMBERS and FRIENDS
up for the Marines-Everton match ,., sn haat Ji ‘ their stay, the layed Miss NORA SHEPHERD an
, , members of both teams kicking During eir y> y P S ' ys that they can bet on any
4 on Monday night. Everton II the ball in the general direction two three-day cricket games ummer. 8 os detieoriiak “tucttecac
; therefore got another nine points of their opponents’ goal, rather against Colony XI’s and a one day z 7 Syne ethsetitne Union vark
thr< ugh forfeited sets, making than making any constructive game at Orange Hill as the Tennis Results’ On the Opening Night- { Meeting — Pari-Mutuel
them 30 points in five games movements. Play continued like guest of Mr. Cyril Barnard sad Easter Bank-holiday April 14, 1952 $ Geas — providing thay
‘ this throughout the first half. in these they were victorious ' ION: Picnic 2/- D: 2/- en
‘ Clubs Annoyed Spartan scored the first goal of They also played a few tennis Men’s Singles us Berry Freeman's Or k 3) peach ar Praag (
q There was some _ misunder- ! match one ee before — games, a singles game which - Night: Mr st Clair Gitt's Ork ¥{ -
t re 7 4 am as to Uume when a penalty was award- ; f Ronald A. D. Hutchinson beat J. C. Refreshments on Sale E. PROCTOR i
a M: as t ; rom : iia }
; ao sane So tab hare The other ed them after Jordan the Empire oon iaaee and three doubles Barker 6—4; 6—2. cases dlgtper ns-paneteaeee q } at exceptionally
1 leading Clubs are very annoyed »\° k a the me ae Pen games which they lost to the Vin- _ L. A. Harrison beat Dr. A, S. | $65§5666995566966G OOO FGOOR |
2 and hope that this does not recur, #17 Sant tak ane ik perce centians. Cato 10—8; 11—9. 1 e
They expect to see skipper Hal DV othe goal and went outside, Skipper Marshall said that mest == saruRDAYS FIXTURES | - . ow prices
$ Corbin, Brickie Lucas and David but a ray Empire ‘goalkeeper of the boys were playing on the Ever he poonful ives ou
‘ Mayers playing the game with the | s 1 : er matting wickets for the first time t= whet = y of g y
t seriousness it deserves had moved before the ball was : t liki Men’s ubles ,
‘ = : : mene oF Repay kick 2 re showed a great liking ah ptenin end 6. A. Che Pe eg cena re ne ee oe nenrney: 12” Log, Pair .......cccorersesssessersereesenrees $6.28
; Everton I. now nave two match- taken anc is time orrison * . -_R. . A. inks a
es to play, Everton II, and found the nets with a high hard Outstanding Batsman ; vs. J. 8. B. Dear and Dr. D. A. more ane more 10” Long, Pair 4.15
] Y¥.M.I.C.. to complete their first_ shot. “Brickie” Lucas he said was the Gale. : ee ta 9 Eee Weaipivtessseccsopes sein ooseopeenertones P
; rounJ games. Before the seasong In the second half both teams most outstanding’ batsman for the C. R. E. Warner and J. L. Parris
started it was unanimously de-fpoulled themselves together a bit, visitors having played some use- vs. J. C. Barker and L. A. Harri+ ener g y a hi a Pinking Shears, Pair .............. dosevesessones 9.82
‘ cided that Evertons I. and IJ ee ao having slightly the fyi innings including an undefeat- oor sais eeat eae Oe Te es kg AS So OE RE EE snes sore
should not meet as too intimat etter o e game. od century in the second three- s 8
an Tucohere might prevail’ Gres seovstes 2 pass and peas aa ame As far as the bowlers Courts at 4 p.m. e
Therefore the Committee of Man-,the Empire custodian to register n Eric Atkinson
agement will do some figuring,‘the second goal of the match. wer kicacen thine were the most ‘ Customers note
without the services of an audi-~ Shortly after, the Empire full ..ccessful and proved more than e
for of course, and Everton 1 will Through wo score the Shira goat match for the home team, 3 Leaving For U.K. On SATURDAY, 12TH APRIL, we will be
wes Baten. “Everton I may get a for, Spartan. riots aA an seas at tae Mr. T. N. Peirce, a member of . iets of wrnun Ataa Pra OPEN to business from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Putts 44 points if they cotens ice — on a nee ‘The atmosphere down there suited the Council of ‘the Barbados @ ‘These vitemins.are nature’s wonder workers, closing for luncheon between 12 noon and
) ee ee WHER. Harper ‘at centre. forward netted him a lot and he was even able Chamber of Commerce, is due to ef assuring health and freedom from iliness. 1 p.m.
; Barna played Everton II. on their first goal with a well placed t9 swing the old ball. Not one of leave the island tomorrow for TP @ Men, women, children—all should start
uesday night to complete their shot, the batsmen was able to master eas hen he will spend S Pete ‘ taking tasty ‘ Kepler’ to-day. .:
; first round. They got eight points About five more minutes of him. ro, z wi oT |
; from the match, making them 43 play remained. In this time two George Gilkes also had a good a ie ualenose Sees S| =
points. Louis Stoute and Camp- more goals were scored—one by tour with the ball and captured D. 1 ero ah dake the =| eet
bell Geeeniige ag - of their Wood of Spartan and the other 9 wickets at an average of 5.5 . = or the 16th May for the , a 7 —— e e
sets w rian Howard lost by Douglas of Empire. With regard to the home team !5'8 5 3 gees so hea. eee ean 7 al
one to Leslie, the Everton II. skip- |The game ended with the score he saiq that in Mason and Otway United eee a WE toes
; a : 4 3 in favour of Spartan. St. Vincent had two promising P!P wie Se ae \ thes 10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
ican have only one match to The teams were :— bowlers, the former was a pacer ¢
play. They will meet Fox Club EMPIRE; Archer; Jordan, ang the latter a medium ae seer stay in the United King- 4 BURROUGHS WELLCOME & CO. PRODUCT
If they get the maximum points Haynes, Clarke, Rudder, St. John, ho bowls both the off and leg “°°™ 5 (26 Sole Agents for Barbados : Collins’ Ltd.. 28 Broad Stre@f
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points to their credit. SPARTAN: P. Wood, Best, Very #00d bowler with a doubl-
4 4 ts Morrison, Smith, Wilson, Morris, Wevbadee to Ww I hi a is
Atkins 1 i eam, 1» =
1 Similar Position peer hittin iaaicmcieaszetann As far as St. Vincent’s batting e can supply trom stoc
4 Y.M.C.A, are in a similar posi- : was concerned he said that there
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Marines they will have 44 points. " s le d supporting innings
‘ It would therefore appear as r ennis Tour nament to Detsley the second ‘game but
‘ though Pelican will have the edge

v Supplied in two Sizes .. .
. (From Our Own Corre apart from those two, no other ae ae, 5 get lead
; rea of wee Sree See : ST. GEORGES, April 3 batsman seemed to be able to 7: : are a % z = a ; } 4
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For Y.M.C.A. skipper Shields Led by Dr. L, M. Comissiong, cricket authorities in St. Vincent
and Johnnie Bynoe are doing the other members will be Laurie would be glad to receive a team
‘well but Joe Hoad has to pull his Cemissiong, Leonard Hughes from Barbados at any time and
weight in the second round. Tony Renwick, Mrs. Edna added that it was felt there that

Norman Gill, skipper and Blair [lughes and Miss Mollie Mc- jf similar tours were arranged
Murray are the match winners of ! tyre. more often, the standard of cricket

. team. Hal Edey is_,, ' y
Getua x good ob and aaa aa dae The local Richmond Hill tour- 1% St. Vincent would greatly

as to defeat Campbell Greenidge "Ment has just ended with the improve,
in the Everton-Barna match. following emerging champions:
In opinion Pelican has the Leonard Hughes (Men’s Singles),

best balanced team. Lionel Wor- ©!!fford Date and Tony Ren- Friendly Football

‘tvlist. in “ick (Men’s Doubles), Edna and ‘“*
rell, the best orthodox stylist in Ro: , I nog .

; a ao : ;, Rosa Hughes (Ladies’ Doubles), @
es te wean Willough. Edna Hughes (Ladies’ Singles) Starts On Tuesday

CLOSED on Saturday, 12th April.
’ : 7 and Leonard and Ed h

by and Roy Phillips. (Mixed Doubles)) 2® Hughes at a meeting of the B.F-F.A, on }

I read with interest “L.S.’s” Monday night it was decided to
rating of the Island’s table tennis start the season on Tuesday, April m
players in Saturday’s issue of the 17, va os ae — ra play-
Torch. I understand that LS. is HE ed a ichmond, where Rangers,
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Taft Claims Victory In Illinois: Heads Primary Voting List H.I.. EltOKS 0> (By JOHN L. CUTTER) nrpuuiiun r"i osidenlial nomination. fify ^Sgyy •• "hollow" v ,cIorv for the Oh,Swuuor Jori^v'S-' !" m S<* fo 'heir cand.d.tr %  „ ihr Now Jersey Primary nexl Tuesday S.'li.l.r E.I.Rrtjj,,, ,. nVlp .___ __ HON. H. A. OUKE AND THE 111, \( ,K BOOK nes*w „„ -M^B^.; al ,,•Bowing in the Democraclic prlmhta, %  „' l fi d """ "~"my win dim any delegate, or lhe u,.„„_ !*.'." „„ Prc ld "'il nommauon. % %  % % %  W, U .late', cn,,^ gWiatron lo (Jovcmpr Adlala *naor. „ho gol „.„.„,,. wluie In nnmar, v„i „ wu, give tntm u,, • %  ,„• %  „ J?„ !" „s """*" " N.-bra.k., r umplu a weak ago gave a ,lrm mld-wcslem foundation 10 hla i,r,-c,nvcnti„n campaign. II lakea Oar* majority of 603 delnatc vote.lo win nomination a, ,nc gMHtou National Convenlion. 352 ; hc ow '"" • iu ""t W A tabulation of 343 delegate, chOM-n s., far gave Tafl 181/ E**n. hower 7 Harold St.ne„ 2 rjSllLlS? E g? 1 " h " niade ronfllcting claim, on ome or Urn., _J. .^"eommltted" column particularly In the 48 vote delegation from Michigan.—U.p. Escaped Prisoner Recaptured The Police yesterday afternoon about 1.30 o'clock recaptured George Goodlng. a prisoner who reaped from a gang .t CodringS-,n n U * day "Portly before noon. He was found in a fleld of canes at Waterford plantation. Police dog R| P and member, „f Ihe District "A" Boys* dub raw valuable as*amce £> .KoZ Cwoding who was undergoing %  four-yajr tolII of i m p rtjoIllocnt bnposed at Ihls Session for the S r ^. y £ "T*" suit vaIued MS.oo. made good his escape while P gang in which he was workWriniig ut the Sugar Journal of South Africa, Mr. G. W. Hammond a delegate loi %  n „., die oppothe purl of the |innin Perkins Batuii A Qe BU made In the colour of one shilling shUBD an i printed In blue m tiiastai I il the one pemij. imUd .town-black, and the erroi not discovered until the %  reached Barbados. It was first lntenti-n of the 1 ernment to Issue these ling stamps and niter the of the penny itamps, but learning th.it this would li considerable rxpenw of %  and plate, the Idea was ••a % % %  p j .%  .+ %  >.. .ai "il 'loor of brown-black, and i Shiliint m blu> 'I i>ut (i it;, undorstandiny used ii > • ilir w.iy til uuHlnen nd I L' •" ••a* ..iinu-is s.d It Is an Inter'. %  n win bei j.uiite.f was the] .o.ono and %  shnilai %  meant sent i > repl.... eft laimdon Hi.. agreed (hat these hil-'lsaf. l. ISM IA ber 29 IMS. in Mi. BajrMf has si* %  a new die j Barbados Postage stamps which ibandonad] %  %  -ale on April iJ, --. a bunch of OBBssl He was eventually turned over to the Prison Authorities. It is reported that Goodlng effected his escape by a hoax that he wanted to step aside for toilet purposes. He was granted permission, and It was during this period that he escaped. The police were summoned and they quickly formed a search party Of twenty strong and splitting up In sections, carried out a stanch of a wide area Strike Contiiiu.-K II STATUS INVOLVES [THE si AVIIk... I first sumps Issued la B.rbi ing costs, such measures _. in food subsidies and the feeling %  that the Churchill Government is duing too little. j The London Ttmea said editor!B „ NEW YORK. Ap,ll .. \f* 5" !" J~ll""...^. y jT'\ A "" "' %  62 Al ^'lititu'tii. Ma meeting, of non-strlkUu, „,,'"?' un 'ersal suflrage ha, 10rt .alaabla larbsao. St. !" It telephone wotfer. In ^omV 4o5 g^ffS*.* P" !" '" !" I5 worm Ox I, ... „„'„„." exchanges throughout the United flp 01 '" !" 'PWTOr In Britain to the printed In blue instead of brownstate, were ordered, threatening — bUck Dl '' vmo %  known to exist, to tie up long distance and non-1 sHTeSH? %  3 5U "" ""d In the DIMrict of Columbia. Relations .Strained In I! 11--H-, ;/,-,-li I'rade VIENNA. April 0. "X'hoslovak Mim-ter of Foreign Trade Dr. Anlonin Oregor suddenly returned home from Moscow as Indications mounted thai the gusso-CaaCBl trade negouations ciave run Into seiioua dlflki-i An official Communist newspaper RUda I'l.iv.. in reporting a B0 mention m trade accord, although Larted more than .four months ago. Gregor spends two or three nioni:. in the Soviet capital each year, but his return to Prague I preceded by the announcement of an agreement. He made a brief appearance at the Parliamentary Committee Matting in Prague on March 21. On March *5. he was missing from the Cabinet Meeting indicating that he immediately returned to Moscow. Observers here noted thai this was accompanied by sudden disappearances of top Cseeh olTtcials. Prime Minister /.apotockv dropped out of public sight during late February and moat of March wlth-.r out any official explanation of his absence. La^t week President K>ment OeAtawald failed to attend his mother's funeral and an announeejTipnt said he wa "ill". —IT.P. Meeting, It .tier %  /era called for I p.m. ot the Communit-...ion* i wi.rkcrs of America (C.I O ) to discuss the thnse-day old strike of C.W.A. members against ihe Western Electric and Bell ;ystem companies In New Jersey Michigan. Onto and northern California. Roving hands of Western Electric pickets yesterrii.v intensified nationwide hit and run" picketng at company offices and buildings. Three hundred thousand union members employed by Bell syrtem were ordered to III—IIII Picket line, wherever tttey^rSJ f up. Union officials said picketing was to be "intensified" today but iprrlflc plans were revealed MEETING CONTINUES MAY 15 LONTX>N. April. 9. The meeting between |T or stnte for the Colonies and %  rVA, L :T nl o^puution from the AH ^ %  n L Ljb ur Congress (Lonoon branch) and WISU will he resumed May isth, Britain Wants Barbados Aloes Possibilities for the revival of the Barbados Aloes Export Trade which once flourished in this colony are being dlscua-d .gain The suggestion has been mooted by a Liverpool firm which has made inquiry regarding the likelihood of Barbados being able 1-. supply this article in commercial <,u.inlities. The Arm in a letter to the local "• %  near of Commerce states thnt i T naliy import ,*rom the i West Indies, Curacao ar d Venezuela, but if the material iBarbadian, being a British colwe should of course prefer obtain supplies from this srnee It is pointed out in the letter material Is normally iwcked In 1 cwt. cases in sclid form, and the Chamber wu Invited to give addresses of suppliers. A reply has been sent to the firm which made the inquiry atatImt that the matter is under investigation, and that it has been ipferred to the local Director of Agriculture. 42 Killed In C/aracan Church Stampede CARACAS, April 9. ONE OF THE OHEATEST disasters in Venezuel., in many ycrs took place at about 3 o'clock thli rra wnen thousands of panic-stricken church (foers dttendlng an Easter service at the century-old Santa Ten-.. Church run rushed out, tramplingunder loot %  00TM tX children, women and aged people. — Tin. r.umo,, ..I dead eotantdw So far Is 42, actordmr. rs-ports. Other ra.u.ltir%  injured Md IMU lfs H I T.F.C. Plane Crashes .l~rom Oi.in*,, C*,p 0 l dtii' ST. VINCENT. April, 9 A small Auster plane of the Tinidad Flying Club crashed h re yesterday about 9 p.m. while sii>out to land. The plane brought Captain Wilson to replace Capu in Brton of F(C; Airways who Captain Bain piloted the plane which U completely wrecked. The plane was about to land on the pl-ying field at Amos Vale when it appeared u* attempt to take off again but failed to rise and dropped and crashes into the valbove thp field .Tie pilot and Captain Wilson •**caped serious Injuries. Captain Wilson took over his duties Ul< morning with the B.C. plane ser-1 vice lalaea. over ioo. The crowd rushed lo get out of the church presumably when fire alarm was sound*', I one ir.*ide. In less than ten minites the place wan empty und -hurch's floor strewn v • mangled bodie Fire briKHt.i nits rushed to Uu IM.I ", lhe injured and to take then Hospital. Rescue win. >arly three hours, News of the disaster has sh tfeated the 20th to 2Srd of Oxtober as UM teotaUvi .i.,tei for the meeting. DOBI mutlciSfhJdl h.i.c 'uggested ft,, p | -( „, prtor-. tinAgenda for the meet' M | Webster of flafTli PlaataUon u was blowing )usl bajrood Uar. ison Point" Mr. Webster told the Advwrale, I''' in,1 Hit t.i • tin.,tii.ii Wr. Webster has M-en whale*, llu S-iw them regularly off Salt Cave Point. St Philip, when he was a ngstei. Al->ut 30 years ago he one caught by Mr. C H, I* Jordan of Speights town. Another was seen live year* later BeataMn aitem,>ted to catch it but failed. Mr. Webster said that what he had *een on Sunday might have been a calf while the mother cmln" have been submerKcH. It warn first seen by his son and tlshermen They called Mr, Webster, Among other lhing.%, the Conyreas will examine the work of the last Congress held In Gr.-na-l,i III 1947. in relation to the progress made since Hun \irr\rThe President in his letter Invited the local Chamber lo submit at an early dale any Resolutions and matters which they want placed on -the Agenda for discusllon The local Cii.mber has also been invited to send, in addition to their usuid representativ guest to the Congress. Italian* Mart Kmigrutioji lo Brazil GENOA, Apnl 10 '*" hundred and fifty Italians --iled aboard the Itali.ui litnt I note Hi.itu rn.il... f.,i lit ./i. %  *•,.lust of the 1.700 Italian quota destined for that country under r.il..-HmHhan mlgraUoo The 2S0 lUilluns who left ye%  no from the Baruul linllowtH of li.ni,,! ,nd Campobawo Italian ..nd I'tazillun authorities wen ,t %  Pi i %  • -I. f.,n ;M-H %  -, V., i i i Th. Dtfeetoc ..r I|M Kmigralioti <:ommitter r, | J ., i ipa i* Jack Alston Members of the italiai turn going Ui B1.1/.1I foi an it1 "•!'' %  re UM Matto (; %  •d the Ai JAS by RUmotdle from Hio De Janen<, ma and p. >u i.n yasterday. iiition is led by an JUaiian sportsman and lnr)udsn nnalist Clan Giutpiipe' NapoUlano and two movie cameramen A. IfiiRal'li ..nd G. Cro%  leett —t?.p Transhipped Cargo Issue Put Off Tllf* ('OllflCil I if Ifie ( 11.1 lit in 1* 1. ill uitnmif rainisrilkililo I. ad I.. • 'sponslbility CHAIRMAN OF B'DOS EI-ECTRICITY CORP. EXPECTED AdPRIL 23 Capt. William Anthony Brown Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Barbados Electric SupC Corpn.. Urn., u expected to r England by air on April 21 for Barbados and is due to arrive here on or about April 23rd rat l_ Commerce yesterday d< leave in abeyance the questioi. of T' • %  council instructed Mr .-..id storaa-' .iecnmiTiodatlr.il for Wryden and Mr. Kinch to invesu-ansnipped cargo from :.>w T^ate the matter further, but vesZealand through Trinidad, p. v both reported that Ing further inform, r ion or Oat -ecelved r,o further mm l"*' r ..'onr„M %  f|sj communicating The matter was brought up OB wltfa II PrincipalIn New Mr A H Bryden at the last nasal Uig of the Council, at whici he During the discussion on the pointed out that the Shlppine Asmatte, \|, [, G l>acock Jnr soelation of New Zealand had inPresident of the Chamber suggestaarted a clause .n th. M e !" ttcr sh-mld be X-Hing nat.ng that II ,, irnt n abb* at the port of transhipment ti.ve on trade. when a vessel arrives at th • port, It was aha, lUggaMtad bv Hon Ihey reserved the right tn take K %  -oiWie inter^,ir,ir. .r."^* ^ """"' h! wnM " ,r ""^• %  "v from N the cargo on to their next port of ested in refrigerated product. I afseuld en ovas to Trinidad with a view to makiiis proper arrange.'I Tl' It am felt Uiat the steamship Dcople could not he blamed, but If wai suggested that the ateami panics shquld. before any order for transhipped caic %  in lbs r agents at Ti %  (. %  .ii.,hi. it ars id ie.i to postpone further ".m..deration ol the matter pending the f'dsrtsKhuVa svh Barbados shortly from New Zer.] i They Turn Down 600 Dollars (U.S.) THE .SECRETARY ol lhe Chamber of Commerce tnformed the Council of that bodv vestersjav that the Coniroller of Currency was willing to release up to SI.200 for the purchase of ;. number of .National uewrraphic Mmjaziiifi con tan I pie nn Bubgfflos bv Mi Charles Allmon. At Ika Ian meeting of the 1 A !>e L inniss drew %  'Mention U) ihe jitnle which he said served as a tint class ad•nl tut Barbados, and the "uggestlon was made that the I" imbcr discus* with the Barbadoa PublwiU Committee the ng m the lew weeks, the .secretary ol the Chamber „: e Invi i.toted the posaihlity ot obtaining copies of the p-iitlcular issue of the Maganne I ibllshei-s replied thanking the Chamber for their tribute tde article, and nfferuuj to supply up to 2.000 copies of the inue at a special rate fba matter wa> then referred ; lhe loiitrollei < %  (. Currency "ho expressed hi* willingness to %  lease fBOO 00 for the purpose rriatag. or in the case of ie Chamber wanting to make jrchajsM, to release $1.200. lbs Clinmbei'.representative ituidos Publicity Com%  it Into the matter with uV I'litilicitv committee, and "liorteil that after much dlscus' | tba Cui,in.itt..e decided that it weald *erve no useful purpose o spend S600 00 on %  small snl in the Magazine.! Of the fncl thnt that sum' %  lv.mtag,. I n other mean, of ..dverti-mg At ve-i, 2 Planes Kissing COIX)RADO. SsBBJll Two plane-* carrying a total of \i personera eauMog ia the viclautj of Oenvei i.nt search effort* were hampered by a snow storm aeeoar-anted y strong wind* whirl: BsswSsV •ted caatern Colorado. A United DUUi Air Force B if with eight passengers and three crewmen vanished yes terday after reporting It was only 2!S miles east of Denver on a tnp frost Kansas City Another plane piloted by a reserve army oncer disappeared on a flight from Colorado Bpilngs to Denver last Thursday night. It was last reported three mile* soath of Denver U T Uranium Discovered In Yugoslavia %  i ( II,. •luestlon as to who should | li foi puirhaslosj th. i raised, and ail ll wa ihvided that thi Chambai should canve with a view to Iheic imrehasuig some copies to be 'Mil lo iheir Principals, not necea'aiily in America or Canada, cut m placet whenBarbados IS nlverl (By HELEN FlKIItR. BEIARAIlF. April tempting tu the Itutsians. The ilnd is in Yugoslavia"hot corner'' 'he mountain. >IIA strumina vaiu. %  luie the Bulgsnan. Greek and Yugoslav fmntiers meet Die valley is one of the ancient invasion' routes I'nwugh the BaUans most recently used in 1941 when German armies strove tnrouah It to the sea cutting off severs! Greek (livisicnu. The Strumina mountain* form the southern tip of the northsouth chain which has already ray thai when this was ma tinTon nit Coarunl M Jiii Hon. K. le could ..gain uke the Lm"vided""*conidaVable' ura'nmn he Harbado. J„ r the g^^ UoJor Almort du< lib nltb i, v n> show them, tiv t., (! ei their assistance In cost ..( purchasing -t.OOO enpii liJV. Lose Mill SKOUI, K April 0 •lued infuntiMiicn ii.st an adI need bill peiwon on the EBBU 'i fl -nit iilicn Mil) C.-niliUlli• ii the paxtk bean Lbrae directions almost trapping Unl%  The United Nation* unit spotted North Korean soldiers filtering In shortU after midniDht H
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    r.\r.r TWO BABBADOS ADMIT ATI 'IIIIRSDVY, \PKII. Mb MM gcUiiJb galling {•111 ALFRED and Lady Brown Mr* holidaying In Bari trrday mominn •real where lh< %  > %  will a week before retumr ti 10 England. Easter In St. Lucia L of Ilighgatr. Upper Oil ly more Rock, left 'lie Easter holidays with her %  on, I 00 J M Stmv. the Administrator %  iony. Epcr.t The Winter M R. AND MRS. V. E GAl'SI %  Insurance %  Back To Er.glund : ''In had uling in Barbados far •ii ned h"**u *••• r tdnm. "ff To TV U.S.A. R. E K. WAU'OTT i.u*. P %  CrickcaWrs 3cturn MAUZ>UI PROVERBS %  "d M W ,y. APRIL • %  I the Wandner* tour-!***-'. '• w '* "*" %  ; D" B.B.C. Radio Programme #* 1. I Jf Of XT FMLMS M rinidid Medico Leaves ...i MRS SIMON HAM%  %  : bi B.WXA % % %  %  'b Hots)' %  tavytni il Recovering M ..HI be glad learn that Itr. G H. ; MI* r Qeneva last mt k hi his illness, ni was unable I "ii Ttie: %  %  I: i %  un which viartad Bt, VmT cent, arrived \ %  Tuesday by B.W.I.A. afli inn a few day* m :h„l ( m Flyir.g Talks STANTUN TOPPIN upVdk on "Aircraft Att, JVl sp*..* %  %  t lying I %  i Of the Barbados Laitht vrn ,it in,. YM be*in* at 8 o'clock. Turkey RBLftty TUCXIB Bn %  si i Association ut In* St John's MiMu v, rtl iTiii. D k*j Olivet lo Calvary At St. Pauls M IV. Nil I %  i Ch.n. %  • pi" *>'' %  itound-o;. -.1 10 B.H ; 1 m W *M mm %  *> %  m Th m A< Bf* M lu Hipmwia ir\ Special Flight t %  %  Rupert and the New Bonnet-30 ^9 4 HOSNM Mill) 1 ~ _r" mudi improved. HIS EXCELLENCY AND LADY SAVAGE l*ae ta store of ateurv Alexander Bayley. Broad Street, altar toe t*mp exhibition. Crucifixion At St. Joseph From British Guiana \1 Mr. G. II. ADAM-i, OM.G., M.C.r. *-1 worn \ /\ ////, vjnrs— t t. HANDEL R. ADAMS, ion .nd their organist, Mr. Merlon A** of Mr. Robert Adam? I era icr-at-Law. British Guiana. *x*ioaV tonight at 8 o'clock rteed ID the island on Thursday Burch. by plane to spend, about four Among the soloists taking part weeks' holiday. He Is .laying at il Hugh Cuntbti batch, the YMC.A. a*| Rocneford and Mr, „ , .. Mr. Attains said that •!•lanpreasad with the Island. This is Bar.d Concert At hu u bl vW „ „ r, , Me is .i school* ten oner at the Uathsheba CMM Church Anglican and Mead ..f Mr. J. Kilkenny T HE POLICE BAND under who *nM in th* island lust month. K Raison and with lie expect* to visit some of the *.he kind pcrmisM.m "f CoL It. T. local schools. i lasioner of i"\>iice. ..il I-:.hi ii open air concert On arrival here Mr Adams met Jt Bathsheba, near Powell Spring a "d 'nend of his. He is Mr. on Wednesday. April 18 at 4.3rt Heetor t'ollymore of BrlUBb p.m. These concerts are elw '•'" Collymore has been n.vnii Rfinreclated in the Island for the past seven months. He expects to leave with. m the next lew weeks. Lighl refreshments will be Madame EUse If ill, J.P. P U + — i a *> HI *r > s.. u ad • %  II rtw er. |a** l acraai < %  ii *• p***a >si ;• u i^BDaror t il %  i'u raarratag* i HA II it %  i*t u •naJuto %  .. I 14) Mil 111 % %  ..I Pr iGl %  %  mw *< I sjm twa (4| r ill i %  daaj Hi %  i IS ii it UOi lit i YS ii L O II E ITPMMIIS I Shows Good Friday 3.30 r M .". ."' 7 .'"'. Ut I'M I him1% I ho KiHd1na" (ThiI'.ivsmii M Holy Flay*) Thr \uih.ini.' Vantaa <>( '!" %  Ufc "• (,lir Svi...ir Irom His Birlh lo Ihc Ascemion. PMCTCIi Til 16r: UMM 36C; Bnlr..n> Ittj Box 72c. KidS '.1'ticp in oil BMAMM N.B.—r'RKK BALLOONS lor Kn.lcr t-iven lo Kids altendinu r'rill.iv s Show'iinii osii *.* %  a* A (.iaiil Double in Any 1 ..muii %  -BLACK *>VAN" WITH Tyronnc POWER -:Maureen OHARA AND '•C4KIIIOO Randolph SCOTT I'KOI'IILV PBI -I N I AT Tin: / I I f II I "A PI AC I YOUIHJ Pi'ople 4SKI/W "" ' Cal '* Un— l IA/M*>" Wf*/f CJF tO*'£X hjaaBBfB) BsMBl CLIFT TAYLOR %, lli BAT MM IS llll SUS" WINTERS. (JKOIUJE STENENS^AinVTEIMlIEStN .[iiienissiutOPENING SATURDAY 12th APRIL Under Ihe Patronage of Mr. C.RANT1.EY ADAMS. CMC;, & Un. ADAMS FOR EASTER LOVELINESS USE LIMACOL TOILET SOAP %  Inll teturmd |„ 11.,r(" %  ndiiiK twenty \ M. i BMdn t' promot*) the mil. 1 11 attention %  i "f Boeial Wei%  laland Btaa snu than Nurse ut the Qanajai l Watttn .' r* spent In assisting Mr. • %  I n Bat 1*1 m i.iwork .,i i„.lution Rood ssful show % %  %  "ling.'* to r.ilv funds for the 1 %  • lo accomo•dy school ehUdn %  %  i %  <1 milk and biscuits. vas then directed to underfed babies a:: I Barbados, opened eti Baby Wetfare f Ih* St. Michael's Hun .cane Ciiminittee, mul was made a J P. In Mi id 1949 Madame [fill M also a member of the H etll lli Mti ; nit an i iMi-nii-r i>f HM IVess Club. She Is also the Representative in Barbados for the American Aid Sofca n'lidcra financial bid la neo'ly ptMple. H un iiu: School Apart from her pubh Madame Hill's home life Is u full OM t varied interests. 8b* is pal of the Star Bud School M Dai in(j'. She was trained by !i in the Bd in Barbados. In 1932 the sin the first Fashion Show m to* island In aid of Charity. Since then she h.i rntertainmenls to help deserving causes. She Is a graduute of Bteafca* College in Cutting and Urea* Designing; also of Mann ittan Trad* School, N.Y. in rrench miJCing; and In Beauty Culture. In t17 she was awarded ,i cup in the Ladles' Singles at %  at Tennis Club. N.Y. Mer hobbies arc reading. clasiigue which was cal dancing and music. She is m* Iflll started' opened two >ejrs ago at St. Marspecially fond of flowers and St John Only two keeps a variety. Although she is .is Road m 10io After months ago a branch was opened iy fond of children she has of steady work the t Mount Tabor. Each of these none of her own. She has two ry wii closed in IMS but institutions is run under tha. adopted sons—Henry who is a 'if the League rose supervision Of a qualified nurse pupil at H-.rris.rn College and ij-day dozens of i n ioj(j hc represented the SoWinston who is two years old. needy children are given codcal Workers in Barbados at Madame Inll has travelled exIivcr on. barley, milk, and food i held In lenslvaly through th* Caribbean "" mber and the t'n:ted Sl^ua Madam1 1 l-l II II I 1 V Activities Madame Iflll is founder of the TO-iMAYTS BARGAIN STRIPFD RAYON SI 1TINC.S 54" Navv, Broun, Clrry DPI \l\(. SHORTLY . PLAIN TROPK \I s .,1 N.'\\. Brown, Cream S2.S-2 WE SHALL BK OPKNINi; ALL DAY ON TIHRSDAY. APRIL IllTH AND OPIMM; ON SATII1DAY. APRIL I2TI1 AT 9 l • %  i> (| OSINP. AT 1 OT1.0CK. a CLUB MORGAN For continuous %  entertainment RASTER SATIIIHAV Small Island Pride and Tha Trinidad Calypsonians FASTKK >IM\V Dine and Dance Dial 1A90 for Dinner Resenatlona Indir the Palronac \li\M--. M I f C.M.f IIIUL" Gabby HAYES Mm. ADAMS mi: \ i in: ..unllv PI itimnei-up for 1951 Academy Award EMPIRE ProuC I'II lmi.iint Ituiiiiei-u "A PLACE m THE SUN" Opening Saturday I2th at Ml A 8.1S and contlnulnf dally Mr. A M;. Adams ulll be presrnt at the I'remlere Night Performance — S turrtay 12lh at H.SO p.m. If You Don t Get a Seal on this Nsgbt, ItKMI MUKK SHOES... Illlt I.ASun DIA! T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS 42:o YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4 PLAZA CINEMA* .'.;'ss*',' f r '.r ;;*,* t r t '.t HAPPY EASTER... From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE Do not forget to take home %  good stock of ... Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS only 46c per nound. Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO.. LTD. Vr.Rinr.FTOWN—ni.l *l .,,ooi> iATi I "TWO TICKETS TO BROADWAY" I *Wl. Ann { MAiri V IOIIM %  .rnivi i .. r M nmu OUTLAW GOLD & ARIZONA TERRITORY ih. 111 ~i BT nRPNIla ••"i tr i CiurUa BTAHRrrr %  UBHglfl D I >iii*a. .1 io VHISK •roa:r M \I.I u vim IK nxisnxRs-Fs— DUI sne ., PAI .,,1.1 iss a a as r st HI t e* tin r\r j HI/IN ' • %  • il.AVi ft | "ii i QWBOl (itMIN—Dlal M*4 ra-BAi ss as, Kills LQVII MAI1 a -1*1 r DUMii IMIN i KI '/ V \ i Mir -TI • i \i -\i in %  iini\ ii.si tn IK M, BAT. Ill* IB Xaatata a.nii%  %  I'! TrUUGOOD-FRIDAY THE PASSION PLAY" AT ALL PLAZA THEATRES > .::::;;::: %  %  %  .•'.'. %  %  .: %  w/.v.y,'.w/////wW.w,v/. %  %  •' %  •' %  •'wwwsssJsslwsJv, i. A11 II The Garden—Si. Jamra %  •\r %  m ,. ., 1 %  1 I Via .rlBOaUi, IM'MII -. I I \ T rrrairoav• a %  as r at MAC.D4LAi attai '.-.'-'.---,--',*,*,*.-,,-,-•.-.*,-,--*-*----.-------.



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    Till RSI) \v XI'RII. in. 1MI BARBADOS \l>\OCATL I'M! FIVF ROAD MENDER GUILTY OF WOUNDING Sentence Postponed SF.NTK.WK on Jonathan Payne, alias "Doctor Payne" a road mender of Porey Spring. St. Thomas, WM yesterday postponed bv the Acting Puisne Judge, His Lordship Mr. 1 !. Taylor, after an Assize Jury found him guilt} nuu Klhs. a shopkeeper of ihe nn tins year. A small piece ot Klli>'> chin was bitten out. %  was charged on two counts; the first with With batSJOJ to maim. tli>:i^ure or do grievous bodily harm, but the jury returned a verdict of not uuilty nn that count and found him guilty of simple wounding. Ml h' | Fii-I.i. Assistant to tha I. prosecuted fur pf;TT} ^^ ^ RJ Hearing In Damages Case Adjourned Dl.rcsiKclful Talk Uie Crown. The Prowcutlon's ca*e wji* that %  Ot to Ellis, a shopkeeper of the district, that night at about 9.15 o'clock %  rum and got Into a dispute with Ellis when he wanted more rum. but u not sold it. Ellis ordered r.lm tu go out of the shop and Payne in an aggressive mood enMs in a fight and bit him. nca was a denial of the bite, and a claim that the fight In the Petty Debt Court yeshad been forced on him and thai terday. Ills Honour 'Mr. Justice Hits. A J II Haruchell adjourned lie said that Ellis had told him he further hearing i n the case In had beaten bigger men than he. which Plaintiff Stanley Lorde of Dr. Collin Vaughn who attendGovernment Hill, St. Michael u wound gave evidence as claiming damages to the amount to the nature of the wound. of £ 10 from the defendant Harold Hinds for wrongful imprisonment on October 8. 1851 Thomas Ellis said that his wife, n" 1 "^" 1 M Mr \ J E T I i. D SkinS*tfg,jP ••i" pC a ln 'fJ n "£ CMC nrr and himself m In the shou '" ** hj f ol f !" tt Lordc ant m and began h St ?"i y If" was charged by [W the POike M stealing money to and after J*. an ?^ 1 ?' M 26 r rcm ,M " • ground a while, he went while both of them (pl.iint.fT .->nd our of U.,shop, tfiW to return a a pfon dant) were working at the few minutes later and call for Johnson and Redman Bakery on rum. He refused to sell hun any October 8. 1951. and Payne started to abuse him. Hln ?* cau d on Policc Constable i him to leave and Poyns * Clarke to anest Lorde. Lordo continued to abuse and threaten was arrested and taken to the him. Payne eventually went out Charge Room of the Central Staioid tanking It a good opportunity l 'n and the Police took a stateto close the door, Ellis went to do me, *t from him. Lorde was then %  n Payne struck him with taken ova* to the C ID whom a stone, threw another at him and hU Anger prints and photograph followed it up by pulling him into were taken at d then at 4.10 p.m. threw him h was taken before His Worship on th,p Mr H. A. Talma and was rehis chut. He hid to be assisted In mantled on the rharge for a week. Payne off him. On October 15, 1951, His Wor' Cross-' .id he had 'hip Mr. II. A Talma dismissed '.ill off a bench In without prejudice the case of He denied throwing a larceny against Lorde, and Lorde Lottie at Payne. is now asking for £10 damages Elfrlda Ellis, his wife corrobfcr nil the IncOnvatdenOM he orated his statement. She eonsuffered while in prison awaiting .'fdi-d that her husband had trial, thrown a bottle in a part of the Arrest shop. hu[ denied that it had beer. In the Petty Debt Court yesterl r that it had day poUog Constable Clarke said strucK him. lhat on October B Hinds told him Different K\ irlence that Lorde stole money from him. _, Ih-fi're he arrested Lorde, Hinds Gordon Skinner, who was in p^med out Lordc as the man ume. gave sUghtly who Xook xhc m from nlm sud that KaroU Hmds Mid th on bottle at Payne Oc|obcr 8 hc waa worklng *, when Payne was abuilnr n V that a light started r<> nd Pavi.ibit him. 3 Years For Stealing Bag Twenty--,,,,-, .. 1(l fj ,,, no.-*, a seaman of New til—I %  was yesterday sentenced to three %  '1 %  ervinKla when a I him guilty of steeling lag b*g with articles and money, a total value of S300. from a car on November 21 last year. Rock has three other convictions for stealing articles from parked cars and before this %  enlen.e was %  %  hOllar offence ; .. % %  %  . ..., ,: Puisne Judge, His Lordship Mi Jn Mr F. E. Field, Assistant to' the Attorney General, prosecuted tor the Crown. The articles and gasjg*M m ihe property of Clement Wood of Dalkelth Road and his son. Wood's % on wss returning to Canada about the mmof the larceny and a passport was among the items stolen. Wood had parked his car in Synagogue Lane and returned for It after about 20 minutes. When he nvssed the bag. he the police who started investigations. The chief evidence against Rock was an admission In a statement to the police that he atoll the bag. Two of the items were found at Rock's mother's home when the police searched it Manet, he said that the statement had been taken from him under duress. He said that he had bought the shirt and pants, the items found at his mother from stores in Swan Street. wenin the rmm with him. Then the foreman shouted for them to come down and he and the boys niched. i>ul. lining the money on the ledge nop' !" .ffH £!fe "* %  {," heard %  quarrel. When '"" <\ hc bottom floor he i Arthur, an Island %  Of the ... • as about Whe: he went towards the quarind Ellis' i ^ on the bim and Ellis' \'if-' cuffing I nsked him Paraa. • %  Court he had money passed Lorde on his way up to the dressing room. On reaching about hall w.v djcjwn the stairs he back lo get the money from the ledge. On going into the room he saw Lorde and then found that the) that he placed on the been' drinking some 'rum" and had >*<> was missing He asked bop. l-rde for the money and Lordo lo get out handed him hi* wallet but would , (u hltn no' allow him to search his pockwHh Ken hi rfa than informed the PoIce and flcht To Mr. Brankcr Hinds said that like a man nnd Ellis told him that "hen hc put the money on tha he hsd men than 'edge two boys were in the | ihai itiM do and must have been done deliberately. The ma n was marked floe life and seriously inconvenienced, and It was only 'on account of his clean lacord lll he did HOI sentence him to u long term of imprisonmem. Two Years BhMl band leader Austin Bprtnga* who was found guilty early in the session of receiving a number of shirts which were %  en %  Swan Street stora, wns sentenced to two years' imprisonment with hard labour. The shirts were used as costume for the members of Springer's steel band. Seven Years Zephinah Corliin. a 32-year-old labourer of JackMn who was found gxul'y of wounding Ix-inuel Mi.ii.irrl ., tuW PHvlce* to the West Indies. He said that at pry % %  < rlaon Imers air calling .* i > %  Rot NSar and bats np< H i take M-000 t, %  i this, i' .Mb and a further 20 000 n H Mi ii .i.i.-i,-eama Barbados WC ek to %  Hughes, chairman and Managing Director of the Harrison l was making a round trip with I party of guests on board the SS. Interpreter. He said that Sir Thomas visitM %  Trinidad haft mi • %  < itaii %  dot and uc v -t,-i. "Skylark' Ge(s 3 Months HI W< ral %  i. V.i 11 A. Talma %  I Hall, st Mlchaal, to tii • i 1 Imprawnmsnl with hard labour for rta au n g a sheep belonging to Ira %  Rarnet on Bisphem, a 24-ycar-old labourer went IT.',. Mitwhile she was ft* lid took tWO] %  %  I .Ui.d at $15. Hispham was arrested a few hours after he committed the offence. buisMl Adjouriit'tl Until April 16 Mr. C. L Walwyn. A. oner of District "A" odlourned until Ai-ril 16 the inquest touching the death of Arnold Meunwell. Arnold Meanwell who was a popular band leader, died at his home at Top Rock. Christ Church on March 18. 192. Dr. A. S. Cat|* pcrformcd a pen mortem examination on the body of %  %  %  cd at the Burton's Parlour. Pinfold Street on March Itt Clifford Clfiirmontc, a clerk identified the body to Dr. A. S. Cat* Bit (Jill toU the court that two l-ottlcs containing liquid from the body were sent to the Government Analyst for a report. Whan hearing resumes the Government Analyst will read his report and I)r Cato will give his findings after the post mortem i lamination, Band Concert This Evening In due deference to Hob Waal the Police Band wm render a special concert beginning at 4.4S this evening in Queen's Park, in place* of the usual popular conThe programme whtah will he conducted by Cast C g Haison is as follows:— .nlarv i.i.—i.h narkf Onlorio Tlw Cntcifliton Ul—> *H'.->< ti,. In > M,.,,.-,-!, OUSN — Krldbrr corset nallacl My Pwrr M H gsakai H lUIISImu In MrOtlaL.n CftaaaaMi An(rich.* -Ate Mana Mr.ran Evnt'ont laHh.pr hum ftOateU Ti.ii"ii|iiion Monnllem fdmala %  V'lh.vro final* Th Crratin lltn.r K'.lh.v.n II.M.n ..I UM I'* %  aurvar thWi>i.dto„. crear' IM A a M fSOO '->'. %  tin ui'iN "ATHELBErVCH" DUE TODAY The molasses tanker Alhrlbesul. is expected to arrive at Barbados to-day to load vacuum pan molasses. She will be aneh.r.,i „ Curlls e Hay and tended bv thi small tanker AthelbrMk which |i %  ecu loaned coming to Rarbudo.o to load molasses for Trinidad. The Atnelbrank will be arriving c rly during the morning ti load at ihe molasses berth of the 'i Boa will he making I Um tiuw out to the Athelbeaeh In th| Mers. !f. Jasnn Jones & Co. b for both uuu Ad este yi'erdny that thev -"•re nrt „. r e whether the Athelaatj WHMIH he tnklng her rargo *n the i'K or toC-nada. Th4lhelbe>eh h->s renewed *•*" %  vil' ba BarabadeM after one nbsenee from the island. She '•is m-Mo "rips here during the RUVIY HOSf USE ANYTIME. ANYWHERE NOTICE This to let those Customers who have booked Know ball the shipbeen delayed but they will hg BOtlflad as '-'ii as the any can tix aun arrival. THE IIARBADOS GAS CO.. LTD. | limca on his way baek I %  lossy, who araa ataying %  U > P.WJ A -f your I \MII! K.I.S and rONFEdlONERY TODAY FROM wanmm Hi* "t I ilsea. l/. 3/-. */M U/IJI m t.cg tn Cup. 1/6 fttantpaa in. ^or. i n with Fry's t baa.—•/. i.*re Card Bg| rasrtalaaaa Custe, i a .' •• Lai i it I ;r i-unulnlnc Sugared Almonds — S, 9 Ihtvk ( .irl.nr Hllh ( h.HKgg — 1,6 lil.is Krult Ban I unh I Urge Choc. IIK — 12/t hihl r.irrldge llowl with Chsw. Igg I .n, Ilrlnkliig tilasaes ili i baa. Keg — t/% genmi n--i with < hoe Eai — 3/%  rata lumlilrn with Chor Egg — t/€ t adhnrta Kmc% choc. ) lb. A i HI tins Cadburys Hard Centre t hac. ^ A I-lb. tine Cadbuos Heleeted Chor. A 1 -lh tins Csdbury Milk Tray Chor. • A 1 IV tin* Csdburys Choc. HIM ml, (Rournvllle) I' !%  >:i M irihm .M,IN :t r. im I'asralU Manbmsllaw* I/bos Pan* ilK BfttiSf Sugar 2/9 Jar PamHi on-hid Fmlt 2'9 I.T PswalU Mlsrd Fruit lrop I -i |at Tnffee in llerorjtad tluo !/• Salted !' % %  nmts In Hols. 3 6 Hlnl. Mnitlr I IM., I l lb. Rox 4.50 Blaeh Maglr Choe. I lh ll n l Itlark Mailr Choe. | lb. lln 1.35 l .ii Mi., miIn Cello. I'ks. — 12r. Il"wl *....l. ,i Shorlhresd */lln uiaenaoB Tea" iiiuiu II lln "llalmorsl" n>-, ints 6/lln "I fllllt" ltUrulu 1/In "Itii. t^r.niil-" IlisiulU IItln V > As-„rtMl RUrulUI/SHn Ttayhaa" niuiu io/Almnml Shorlhrrad 7/6 tin llv.lt Ills, till* in I'k* 2/6 OSWtard ream HIrulU 26c A 4Rr. IVk. Han BSIN — I6e. Dlihrlli (hoc. -Tig. ba After Dinner Mints I/pck. also J\( OIIS c III \M CBAOUSM BnirfWralhrrhrailllil i! f Broad nraM SELLING AGENTS FOR "BOOTS" DRUGS : I Dorchester SIMM S for MELV An excellent buy at Ihe price a.sked UMM llMM will repres4-nt %  oWVBM to your I.nd-. l We have them in TanGrain Brogues and in u really smarl style of tirey Suede Semi-BroKues. C uslunien. Note: On Saturday. 12th April wr will be open to business from 6 a.m. U 4 p.m. dosing for luncheon between 12 noon and 1 p.m. CAVE Mil PHI Hl> A CH.. I I II. IO. II. Vi A IM ll..,a.l gStMl $1697 MODEJRg FARM E^lHVflKiVr Jtik . CLARKE IS PART OF THE AFTER-SALES SERVICE WHICH IS ESSENTIAL. Vour Enquiries are C.nili illv Invited COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT TIUIM I.I.MITI l> Dial lliit; While Park It I ANIAMTED OPINIONS *•>.. Mr Lag King : j "YOU CAN RE-LION IT HI INt. I III SMI I II s| ||.| vi Toffee The Perfection of Confection MADE IN U.K. WALTERS PALM T0FFEC LID. PALM WORKS. LONDON. W. 3 w* ffy IN A FINE READY-MADE SDH I.IMS St ITS in Worsteds. Tropicals, Turi .1 .,n I l.M.l'l [ %  nil AiniMiCsin Diapc SPOUTS JACKETS 2 and 3 Button 91 win, Paleh Poekata m Brown, Blue, I llij and F.r.vn Prices from S1K.50 up • TROUSERS in Worsted, Grey Flannel. I.inrn, White and Khaki Dull • Dftnsnra oowm %  1 Plowortd Dtflgna a.id Plain C • Town %  IVG B.TII BOBES in ked and S'riped Patlcrai We are the Sole Stockists, totally for the Famiitis "K" SHOE HARRISONS Broad SL CHERRY CREAMS TO-DAYS SPECIAL at Knifthts Phwnix SHIIJI iniiiilain HAPPY EASTER... From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE Do not forget to take home a good stock of ... Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS -only 46c per pound. Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO., LTD. \onrs; THIS SKKVKS TO NOTIFY OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE GBNEBAL PUBLIC THAT OUR ENTIRE GARAGE. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE GAS9BRVICB STATION WHICH WILL "PEN AS USUAL FROM 7.15 AM. to 5.30 P M WILL CLOSE OH THE AFTERNOON OF THURSDAY, MTU. AND WILL RE-OPEN ON TUESDAY. I'.TH. INSTANT. <

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    PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1K2 Four Clubs In The Running fli p. i. I Till nplaininp, ih*t 1 hove been n v inorgjoj lo the Ladies InterClub Tabi* Toxins matcha while very tittle IK b#iD| whiten about them. This however was m>t an oversight on m> prt but was done mainly to taapire the ladies who %  *• iMf. year cn-allny a precedent m tht" history "' local table Hnoia by fulfilling; • very extenafv* programme In the Men's Division I. IntBsr* | us lout club.' ... tunmnn % %  found reaches its tlnul stages Ttiey are: Barn*. Y.M.C.A. and Everton I At the i Hinniii,; of the wetk Everton I. won 21 points wllh 4 matched played; Barna 35 In six matches; Pelican 39 in six matchas and Y.M.C.A. 35 in six Hutches. So far Everton I. Oil points by the forfeit route. Y.M.C.A. three. Barna one while t Good luck lot Bverton, but unfortunately tot the other three aides Abbey Marion d up f UM Mariaea-Bei i on Monday nijthl. ) therefore got ..: thr ih foHMtsd 30 point.* In flv Spartan Beat Empire 4—2 Spartan defeated Empire by f ur goals to two in their Second I 'vision nxture played ut Queen's ...n The game especially in the s cond halt, we Inclined to be i .ngti unit 'me Spartan player I taken off the field afti r a colUsion with an Empire I aver The game opened slowlv with n.emliers k'.-king ; ball %  SPORTS QUIZ Tha Barbados AdvocaU will C aava to leave ta award a book oa sport to Ike water* Int parson who Bends the oar%  O T E. All entries far rect answer* to tae three fol Onerta O^us"* akould ba ad lowing questions, draaaad "Sports Qua" c/a 1 If a player kick, a footAdvocate IporU "Itor. and ball and It bants on its ""' rMC **i'. — i*_J7 ,'-? way te ttaa foal bat stUl " a • %  ** *> ei,tcn tie coal, -teald tbe *• 7* *wert and **• reaaaai aware a goai or pnb|uh#d n y,, gonday Ad vocata or April 13 2 Hew BUT wild tti Eaxh mU y murt b, .eco. Brat wicket partnership pnjd by A OOOPOM a* set h.twee.. Oaorg* CbaUenor ool M | m ana Tim Tanlten yield in HI'URTI QUIZ tas Brat Innings a*lnl M -.— T Trinidad in the 1027 Trl angular tournament at Kensington? flgdjsti 3 If a player la rulad "off•Ida" in water-polo, does Boos Will Not Be Represented At U.K. Foods Fair Barbados will not be represented at the forthcoming British Food* Fair which is to be held at OlympU from the 5th to 19th July this year. The Chamber of Commerce had. at the invitation of the Colonial Secretary. Instructed th. tary to enquire from local business house* if they ware interested in sending exhibits to the Fair, but the only turn which replied, ex. pressed then iccret at not oeing able to take part. Accordingly, the Secretary was instructed by the Council of the Chamber at Its meeting yesterday %  nu.1 gator f> reply to the Colonial %  e t a ij Wanderers Tour Of St. Vincent—A Success %  SHU '"* %  or then i.pj-mi *'"* than JltlV *ivc game guest I'l • half. scored the first goal of %  'i ut"ruituitr before half .i penalty %  d them after Jordan the Empire %  ndled the ball in the peni... Sparun k *?" k Uadt the kuk which ** %  toed the goal and went outside. i -1 ,i.. the Empire goalkeeper wvd before the ball was I the penalty kick was rcEverton I. now nave two matchtaken and this time Morrison for it. as to pi.v Bfsjrloa u .'""I round the nets with a high hard Outstanding Batsman to cDnsjsCta their t\rst_shol. roun.i games Before the sea: bating that none of the members %  f the Chamber had evinced any ii.tcrest In sending exhibits to the Fab-. The Secretary was also trisiructed to submit a Ust of names a* suitable persona from among whom two might be chosen to represent THE MEMBERS of the Wanderers" Cricket Touring ijarbadesatthe British Industries team just back from St. Vincent have had an extremely, yvw%wf***s******+*s<'k interesting and enjoyable nlay in that island. Skipper * % B-Df— .. Marshall told the Advocate yesterday. He said that the Vincentians were very hospitable and did everything in their power to make them happy nd feel quite at hoiM, Summerhayes Tennis Results THE NEW MILK DRINK During their slay, they played the ganoraJ direction two three-day cricket games joal, raw against Colony XI's and s one day Club* Animyed IIHIi standing among the Marines as to Hie uie Of tnc match. leading < and hope mat this docs not roeui Vhsn cpect to see skipper II.>1 Corl.in, aWtokte Lucaa and Davi I Mayers playing the game wth the seriousness It deserve* Orange Hill as the Mi. Cyril Barnard id .n these ihey were victorious They abut piayed a few tennis Raines, a singles game which Louis St. Hill won from Honald Cools-Larttgue and three double. games which they lost to the VlnERNIES DEMOCRATIC CLUB There will be a MEETING TO-DAY Tbaraday. April lvtc al 6 i. i-i Samrp to discuss the FROCULEMS •f the FIKST DAY'S RACING at UNION PARK As Lobster Cocktails were favourites for the March Meeting. 1 have asked my friend Sqd. Leader Courlenay Snow, of Edge-water Hotel fame, to let me have some more. There wQl also be the usual Cold Turkey and Virginia Hsun (ParaU In IMula Baxbadee) as well as bits and pieces. Nice people get nice things. Maralyn 11 H AS tvMyfibfbf/ NO HEED TO ADO Maralm it pun country mill in aft in cream ncaaew . %  wonderful new ftarour plean -.fMav-SBdll'.d.ljUTeBmbed! Ally*. MILK OR sUCAH asday— m asaakl aboai btd-tuaa. %  • ^ "•*• rws A BOVRIL QUALITY PRODUCT Skipper Marshall said that most f Ih* boys were playing on the tatting wickets for the lust time and they showed a great liking asoraj In 1 l I I -van" (Si a an-,>hc alarted it arai un.inimousl; cided thai EvsgtOM I. and .should not meet ;s too mtim.it' an almosphi re iiuuhl prevail Therefurr* the Ciamiultcr of Management will do some figuring without the services of an auditor of course, and Everton I will be given th 0 average point' this match. Everton I may get n toe Spartan rsltrie 44 points i' they defeat Empire now begu — r eTio Brickie" Lucas he said was the Gale. the .second half both teama n ol outstanding batsman for the E. Warner and J led themselves together g Ut. visitors having played some use'i having slightly the Iu i mnmgs including an undeteat*on >f the came. %  i %  %  |..i %  .uid beat Kii.pmcustodian to register I goal if the match. Sbortli after, the Empinfull back mlsklcked and Grant ran :hmugh U> score the third goal posst Y.M. nil next week. pie: tUeir eTiorl). were rewarded when ed century in the second threePlayers i day game. As far as the bowlers Courts ot 4 p.n were concerned. Eric Atkinson und Ceonte GUXes were the most successful and proved more than %  match for the home team, especially Atkinson who Dap niui 11 wickets at an average of 3.W>. Barna played Everton II. on Tuesday night to complete then first round. They got eight points from the match, making them 43 K ints !. mi CampII Greenidge won all ut then sets while Adrian Howard loal one to Leslie, the Bverte 11 per. Pelican have i>nl\ one match to S lay. They will meet Fox Club T they get the maxlrrum points llaynes. Clarke. Hudde from this match, the end Of the .Norville. IXugl/ first round will find them with 4S Morris. points to their credit SPARTAN: P. Wood, on, Smith. Wilson, Mor._ Simtlar Position Atkins. W-id. Grunt. Glbbs Y.M.C.A. are to %  similar poaiJcmmW tton. They have Ahhey Marines %  — to play to complete their Itrtl ... , round commhments. Should the. W HartltrLs*<'H AJ*UH score u nine-nil rletOTy over tho Marines they will have 44 pofnts. Trgntln Tnn %  I %  % %  !RII %  las It would therefoie %  Illll^t : I > III 11.1 I M I 111 though Pelican will have the edge ^ __ „ at the end Of the llrst rOUod Of th ( tssuna, llama .s pUylog with a weak third man. Stoute and Greenidge are shouldering the burden heroically. The atmosphere down there suited the Council of the Barbados Harper at centre forward' lietted him a tot and he was even able Chamber of Commerce i J due to thelrfirst goal with a well placed to swing the old ball. Not MM ot leave the island tomorrow for •hot. the batsmen was able to master About live more minutes of him. .lined. In this time two George Gilkes also had a good more goals were scored—one by tour with the ball and captured vYood of Spartan and the other 9 wickets at an average of 5.5 by Douglas of EmpmWith regard to the home lean The game ended with the score he said that In Mason and Otwaj 4—2 in favour of Spartan. st. Vincent had two promising %  \TfJtS? 1 w V ,: r . bowlers, the former was a pacer Archer; Jordan. md tne i a tu? r n medium pacer St. John who bowls both the oil and leg Harper. Bynoc, bnakm He described Otway as very good bowler with a doubt. \VT.I' ful action who could make any Barbados team. As Car as St. Vincent's batting was concerned he said that there was great need for Improvement. I>isley. a recognised Cork Cup 1 (layer was the most impressive iatman. The Skipper Dassent played a good supporting inning' to DaLsley In the second game but apart from those two. no other batsman seemed to be abli cope with their attack „s wits seen from the very low scores whicli ST. GEOHGE7S. April 3 A tlienada tennis team loon OK April IH for St Vincent to oi a Windward-Leewere made. "ill Islands tournament, Mr. Marshall said that th For Y.M.C.A. skipper Shields li b> Dr. L M. Coiruasiong. cricket authorities in St. Vincent and Johnnie BylWO art doing Iho othet miiubers will be Laurie would be glad to receive a team well but Joe Hoad has to pull I | g. Leonard Hughes from Barbados at any time and weight in the second round. nmwlefc, Hrt, Eiliui ,dded that It was felt there that Norman Gill, skipper and Blalr Hughe and Mi. Molhe Mc,f similar tours were arranged Murray are the match winners of the Everton 1. team. 11 doing a good fob and want u i • as to dafaat Campbell Greenidge in the Evertrm-Barnn mutch. In my opinion PMIean has the beat balanced team. I. rell. th beal orthodox Btylbit in the island is thtskipper. He is ably assisted by Frank Willough1 ) nnd Hov Inilllps. I read with interest "L-S.'s" rating of the Island's table teimn players in Saturd.n' ., of %  %  Terek. I understand IB among the flrst four players mentioned and I it" BO! blame him a bit for giving himself hiph rating. v more often, the standard of cricket The local HKhmond Hill tour' n ** %  Vlnc nt wouW RreaU> %  Hin.ni has just ended with the ""prove. r Uowing __ emei um i; i hampiona: Leonard Hughes (Men's Singles), Dots) and Tony Renvteh (Men's Doubles), Edna and %  % %  %  %  I.. IHI l.nibles-). RUgfaai (Ladies' Singles) %  Dd lAunard and Edna Hughes stood Uiubles). Phillips No. 1 i uri na %  d. Ug L. S. might be quite correct, that Hoy Phillips, on his pi.has the edge on Loul whom L. S. rates the Island's Number One. PlklUiM Dal .i sound ilelenci and a flashy and accurate attack. Stoute has a similar di> 111 my opinion his attack Is not up to thAs UlC season piogresseStouir might Improve So fat done no extensive practising. Btouti v ond position, with Gill third Shields fourth and" llfth. WEATHER REPORT Yesterday Rainfall from Oodrlngtoii: Nil Total rainfall for month to date1.77 ins. Highest Temperature: 86 0 *F Lowsst Temparattua: 73 o F Wind Velocity ll mUepar B0I11 Barometer 40 ini l (a pot) 29.00S To-day Sunrise: o 50 s.ai Bonaet: 6 13 p.m. Moon: Full, April lit Lighting i. :;ii p.m. High Tide: %  i nan Friendly Football Starts On Tuesday At a meeting of the B.F.F.A. on Monday night it was decided Id %  i.it t iiiseason on Tuesday, April I | The tlrst game will be playnl at Hichinorui. where Rangers. 'he present champions, will be '•"posing Harkllff. Six teams have entered. Thry are: Penrode, Rangers, Malveru. .Markliff. Advocate and WesternSHEARS al exceptionally low prieew 12" Lone, Plr **-2* 10" Long. Plr Plnklnu Shun, Plr .1S .2 Customers note On SATURDAY. 12TII APRIL. r will bo OPEN to business from 8 a.m. lo 4 p.m. closinic for luncheon between 12 noon and 1 pin CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. 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    TIILRSDAY MRU. 10, IStt BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACK THRU: X T'dad's New Cement Works in Operation in '54 Appeal For Tax Adjustment LONDON. TRINIDAD S new cement works will be in operation 1 i >.<• undue dtlayi In tha delivery of plum unpany. Trinidad Cement. Lui Wtji in Porl-of-Spain last year u a subsidiaiv of the Rub\ Portland Cement Co.. Ltd. Mr. Halford Reddish, chairman ..l Uw Rugby Oocnpuiy, raftarra annual Ung In London and then th %  [i is rsol possible f '' %  • • the Bmpire in ihe interests of all. and later to promote a steady itesfra%  the Mother I JOUANA AT ACHESON DINNhn am tun t,sh case panics could be liahert there. T> one mnlier hn development of many of our Coli ir present Government will LaM Taxes Of these have introduced % %  gtelatton la .ilIract new tadUaVMI by giving substantial rabei rom taxation in the r.nty ye.ti'. But if capital is supplied b) ;i resident in the K rigdom thru even if the management control is always In : f, full United Kingdom :. x.itM'i is payable on remittance!* in the form of dhrldei largely negauvini the %  offered by late Cnwnj in the interests of the Empire, thtt |*rtry <>l %  i .iU.uUania of the i pulp-nfl the %  ceeaMeaMtj •>' %  %  a mod* Hence, ine status foi Canadian not onl> proancai %  • % % %  btai ouaoul veil ova. ,.(i of ihat tit all olhai .. %  w.-rld .omhtned. %  i .'. tiA h>aei> allied woettouba m• %  wlei nf pulp—edging nut ,.^,_ % ong-held itipremaeii Wnen the ilmcnite depiasils iwi •>• % %  •< Ihe Quebet mainland north .rf „ H !" nh'* udand of Antieostl called foi n w.kn • %  > bmik-up the ore u-i a thoviiir and THE PROFESSIONAL SIDE OF PHARMACY. -HI WA8H1NG1 VUK home of tho Undod States tl.c renov. I House, will br reopened to the public f ,. o the publi %  enapl Wnrld War II. the White House atlraeted .is Ren a day. but waa closed for security roas-iia tt.rr H>e atari War II In IMl. and remained closeri to out>idff>. JtSMI PfeSH rni Wain< l.rxllll MsH-nln, Pl"t-iK r I. i JMaaan H a*-j i Xnan n lat-." Mi Reddish io) I sh been eilSafi !" whlxh stlli offer, room monlh, of technical investigation i for ,urther "•aW**"^"." and of neaoUattona with the Trinidad Govern mem. |t will ijital of C 1.60O.000. The lopmenl Corporation are subscribing for moat of ihe pr.-fi tt.ry it anal aiui by " Xhe A** 1 "'" for ^^w^on at w Get g .. N| wjj %  mo ng tnten Irnffc wee lite nueMioa of nnproper The new excursion fa. w.ll 1n,,n l **rt*ls of pickled IIrevievnni Hrnam's current economic poallion and Mid it was a mistake to Hunk thai ill troubles n'uld Iv solved by increasing export* (a Ihe rt.iied Slates. Rriuhtrst !I|M> OUI biighteal hope for the future." In. declared, "lies in a i old. loivfi-term programme of Empire CO-OP ra41on. Within ilu> Hntish empire we hen lantold natural resources awaiting development. In ihe QoloBaai ihne are great opportunities for the establishuiLiit uf new industries by the free enterpriser in the Domlnloni theta are widuopen spaces needing oopulation whil,. over ao.noo ooo r 0 crowded into this little i-land. The paper, referring to the German delegation i MIe ea en l that the offer covers claims which it coiisideis Justified said: "No money payment that the I make CB| do imtice' | tiulluni fewlah Mctims of ihe N.1/.1 bvtafl bnCft to life a ii. i, %  one ( ,f them, Bui ihe GerIIIJIIS argue with some justice that their ..niliiv v, iay these claims must be considered in the light Othej i>Mig;ilnais imposed on inluding ileniands of their other foreign cn-dllor* and their contribution to Western defence. Certainly an agreemeni lhai can be fulfilled would seem better than em Which cannot, and negotlaUona ragarding the total sum should lie %  ceompsnued by eon rete .-.men: thai will not Ixwrecked by Ui" tianfer problem whi.ii bos witxked prOViOUa leparalion agreements." — V.T. be effective from April I* antil NovcmU-i 30. and days from Beimuila. and %  'WiawmlfMi'' was able Io gui aajhw .leiivery at Sore I of lMKMi lii""'W"n from a power development just i--anpleled It :. Ihe cxisleme of | huge potential of iiydi\-i*vitK enerfi in the thej tadUMn .. UWI of Aliuninum ( Ml panv of Canada to start a great new industrv at Arvkla. and it r MM .".lenttal .if SBO.Oftll or i veil '•',,,;, 1,1X10.00*1 L sBweaowei e hydron,m. Ml .-nergy far north in Brttrhr. r Vrimviiton eamrla] MlKhrll AllUv>n> U Thwiipioii. iian-i.i ChaJIstkW, Jn O.sllsno. %  •"Hi* Csn (laiwn C&U MNsr liiti'd. %Tnl tIfliceI will %  1 lie SfM El astaj nexl I -Hi inslanl. The C'enlr..! Kinpoiium llroad Sirecl. and (.asuline Simion. Tralak ir Slreel. will he open u usual. CENTRAL F0LNDI.V LIViiTEl). Dees winch arrtvM la the coiwiy.'i.-. ('oiunibta on which huge „„. ^-.n.uu-. ,o. !" .,.., ""'•' n.ar, .m.nittee to retd end %  %  % % %  ; "" bean from Ihe date ..! ,„,, mencel^", ro , „^' ***?"***•. £*?£ ment on travel. Anothe, tenure i j ^ t !" ; lh( Annua Oeneml of the new tariff will lie the QM CT* ,n ^_„_, a .^^, %*, tinusnee of the 68 pound free;_ "?>r General Buetaeas, Mr. buggagc allow.nice during the low faro season. The fares will rtHnf> ITOM C4H Is retuni frori BenBuda Tnnmto r Montieal. tit fllll ', from Jamaica to eithe, ,il>, or. Toronto. Imeeting of^the < harnl. Tnnid.idians can fly TCA Io Montreal for 45. B.W.I. return PthlfVr flttif and Barbados leU iif.60 ""* ••' B.W.I. [ Residents of ihe Chi it Church TCA will continue to f ,, ,,, aurizwl 40-passciigei Noriii Butt Worthing and Bidved o| tlectricitB foi Kbetri half It IIUKUIII lii. Mn %  It...,, -.,, II...-' Titlmnn rulton, Ji-hn '..lian Haaxin. >.*M UrCmmirU U-.M-ns ur* %  lahD in. W.lirClartl Mw*M \i: In i brine 0.i*ll, n-i.isn ossoir. sh-ii. OSSBM. .'. 'XXZ\ tuei. And -m. in man> M ,„„„ „,„ .u-i-erions. The Finer Stocks T B , The North American Paper r#f r ,„ ta %  „. 1'ieaident of producer.' Aasociptlon meetin. wart emnk natsfw '".HI MOB. — i n.i.|*.>*.an John OvufM*. Jl. kul H<-'""! -, (•, lUlfli •ank MM D. G. Leacock, J nbur, propoacd Mr. H. F. ji-i Na-s York granted Canadian I****-, Alkins of the tsarbodos Cotton I producer, th. \T t £* ,.„.' Factoiy for full membership of p j nK „,, ibeir prices and -jud. n .* %  Chamber Mr. Alkins will be,of expoit f new-print t< .t tha neorl Council hand. The current uuot, i Knu and provide Its ump|eted wfthll lidf an hour after the %  ,. ..hile Britain d the pre-| Jal lf .. n. paying •• ingii SltW l-'r MB tot newsprint delivered from Norway This ciirumstance -.houM provide strong stimulus for the ptaea Mrl 'i the current yi I n^tmr* l/Yf.r.V7/\r, A*lf.7\f. LCI in m:i\i HklTISII CAMS KOKK.INGHAM AIKPICI.1). England, April, V. %  An Argentine racing cm orlvai Juan Manuel Pangio, signed con 11 .ftto drive British raciiiK ] 01 thi'i season foltowini lests on the Silverstone track yasrrtao — V*. Harbour Log In Carliaie Bay L-*l.. acli Tunis t>o.. %  >• %  i M mil iiuiiai. s -*%  '.'-•-'****\ MIIIH V .hall NOT lie lll'l MM. I" hii.inavi nn . SATURDAY. 12th ANIII. note and rm i I.I I M I I • Will our friends iinrf ciivtoiners plrn nrrnnce Iheir ^hoppinu ;ind orders accordingly. THE BARBADOS (O-OPFRATIVE COTTON \\S5im LTD. IM 5 i -< s zzzzzzzetuzia ? %  ? %  $-*$&***-* 9 > %  ; %  z i m $ $ 11 z t -m t t^ ** 1111 *** * *** * * * t * EASTER GKEETINGS PUT ON YOUR EASTER BONNET AND LETS GO TO THE PLAZA .THEATRES . i nu, i HKMSS DIAL stn SATCRIIAY 12. I 45 & K.30 P.M. AND CONTIM'INC. I> MLY V.ost Feared "LONE HAND" of Them Allll . Toll, silanl blava Lewailyn, who blocked lha path of outlawry '.vest of Sanla F! II ft 11 H.I 'fOII V DIAL J.IIO TODAY 4.45 & Oil P.M. & CunllnuInK Dail> (except Friday) An eyeful...dn^eorlul-. an armful of (he GREAT WHITE WAY.' TONY MARTIN JANET LEIGH GLORIA DeHAVEN-EDDIE BRACKEN '^ir> ANN MILLER '1 ^.!'V' "i'yv • %  '. %  • w a n. a** H tanea ., . ,HAl ...11. OISTIX DIM. ma i t XTIHDAY TO MONDAY. 4.45 & Ml P.M s/h)miTURE THAT STORMS THE SEAS OF THE WORLD! AH titiED siristi nciutr r arn aaan wo, wmm UH DOWHS • BROWN • WALBURN %  HALE,. GOOD FRIDAY IF \Li. PLAZA "LIFE & PASSION of CHRIST" (ALLTALKINQ I III. \ I HIS Snuiiiii) at !i p.m. A vtmtiituinff ihruaulntut i Iniliii/ 2 WATCH FOR THESE UNPRECEDENTED LINE UP OF HITS COMING TO THE PLAZA THEATRES \' BLUE VEIL", SONS OF THE MUSKETEERS" "HAPPY GO LOVELY", "BLUE LAMP", "PAINTING THE CLOUDS WITH SUNSHINE", a .. A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE", "HERE COMES THE GR00M" & 2 Re Releases "DODGE CITY" & "TOP HAT" IT^*^^^*^*^^^^^^^^^ it? till ^itiiZiii*^^ii^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^iZiZ^*^^^^^m^*iiiii^^



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    PAGF. KOl'R HUSIIUHlAllWM \TI Tlll'KMi.W. APRIL II rt\KMiXKaUi Ab.utAit t. T • f -1 Thursday April 19. 152 I Dl < AllOX III MS THE ihaplcr on education in the report of the Comptroller for Development and Welfare upsets 'he apple cart of the dreamers and reveals the true stark facts about West Indian education. To thoM who have been paying little heed to the warning sign* this cold revelation will awake them to realities. The writer calls for a cense of urgency in lindipg ways and means to check the JeU'iR/raiion of educational standards and practice. There are not the words tu which we have been accustomed in an island where the subject of education is wrapped round with layer after layer of insulating prejudices and where lip service is still paid to the impossible Ideal of expanding our educational services while maintaining our high standards. The writer in Sir George's report is concerned only with the facts of the situation. And he takes no pains to hide the unpleasantness of these facts. He cites British Guiana as one territory which has aroused from its slumbers and is planning its expenditure on education in relation to the future population. Other colonies he notes continue to issue blank cheques i I future revenues'"which are already committed. Measures must be found, even if unpalatable to meet the present crisis. That is how he sees it, as a crisis. Suggestions have been made at education conferences notes the writer to cope .vith the alarming situation. These suggestions include reduction of the school-age range : tdoption of a double-shift system : reduction of building costs by simplifying school building programmes : and extension of aid to community or basic schools. At present classes of 100 are not uncommon in the British Caribbean territories and "under these conditions" notes the Education Adviser "education tends to Become a mere mockery and no teacher can fulfil his task as it should be done". But these suggestions do not offer more than a partial and temporary solution of tha accommodation problem continues the writer. "The greatest potential source of aid would seem to lie in the contribution which parents teachers' associations and community organisations can make in those areas where the spirit of self-help and local initiative is being developed". He finds gratification in British Guiana when* local bodies ore prepared to offer voluntary help in a programme tor the extension of school buildings, the construction of open-air classrooms in the vicinity of nrfsUJig tehoob and the reconditioning of defective school buildings. He notes too with some satisfaction that progress is being made in Jamaica and Trinidad where a system of basic schools has been introduced. He notes nothing about Barbados, probably because this island is still unaware of the grave educational problems ahead and have not vet apparently begun to count the cost. This report should remove any false optimism that may be prevalent locally. What matters says the education adviser in this chapter is not buildings—important as they are—but the quality of those who staff the schools. He is disappointed at the failure of the proposed scheme for mm'. 16 students from the Leewards and Windwards annually and is continuing efforts to set up an external Board of Examiners which would conduct examinations for a Caribbean teachers' certificate. Toil would ensure greater uniformity in standards of teacher training and higher standards of certification of teachers, and would of course facilitate free exchange %  tttchsrs between colonies. But If the writer of this chapter has diagnosed with great and terrible accurate menace to education in the Caribbean he has put his finger on its primary weakness and thereby notifies the treatment to bo followed. Thcic must be complete revision of the svllabus and of the methods of teaching :* the rural schools A rural emphasis should be given in the professional preparation of i i it who are likely to be employed in rural schools. But teaching in the rural schools must extend to the home and the community. The activities of parents and children organisations should form an integral part of the programme of the rural school. Again the writer finds comfort in British Guiana where the training college course provides that "the second and fourth years of training should be devoted to the practice of teaching in rural schools and to acquiring the habit of observing all aspects of social conditions and problems in rural communities." %  if" he notes "the skills developed at the training college by the students in handcraft, housecraft and in the science of rural life can be used for the benefit of the parents' organisations and in the 4-H or Young Farmers' clubs of senior pupils, then the rural school will begin to fulfil the major role envisaged for it, not only of showing people how to do things, but also of changing their ideas on what should be done to Impi being of the community." Is Barbados less In need of such an attitude towards rural education? The writer of this chapter does not suggest it. And his final words are as applicable to this island as to all of the others in better or worse plight. "Tu adopt a policy of laissez-faire in the face of worsening conditions^ he concludes "and to postpone action for counteracting their ill-effects would be to risk the disruption o' the West Indian educational system, and the loss of all the ad\ini' sve been so hardly won." Other territories, notably British Guiana, are taking action. What are we doing? Tfcirri day .< MM Urlti THE PEOPLE CLOSE TO THE QUEEN AN American reporter asked ground floor of Buckingham Neighbours Sir Alan Lascelles whether he Palace. And than bM will Often THE rmrtiTiai rewards for 9* was related lo Lord Harewuud. Ufc* work lo his grace-and-IavAlan Laaielle t unique raanonifi whose family name is Lasrelles. our (rent and rates free) apartbillties aro not negligible. Hi Sir Alan said he was. "How?" menu in St. James"* Palace. jalarv, never dl*i Insed i* reputpursued the reporter. "Quite Stale papers may keep him busy ^ iy £3.000 a war. Unidei hi. legitimately." said Sir Alan. until 11 p.m. It is a full-time grace-and-favour home at St So Tommy" Lascelles. private job. James* he has others—Wuwhe*. secretary to the Queen, has a Now while the Queen U sUll ter Tower, at Windsor CasUe, donnish wit. the fruit of a sarat Clarence House—and she will am | Auchnaguwich.* near Baldoruc sense of humour. He has. be for months yet—Lascelles mofaj. further, the erudition to sustain leaves his home at 0 a.m. to call Jf precedent is followed he %  detached outlook; and you will on her A car from the royal ttlu been,. a pccti nc ^n wntc not pose a situation to him for mews takes him on to the Palhis mcmolra M a later date, hv which he will lack a Shakesace. wl |i *udc smoothly Into the ruspcarian or Biblical quotation. There, most mornings, .*ie will lory books. I Lascelles. who w*s private receiva the diplomats, the enHe has a grace-and-fa voui secretary to the late King, is voys. the plenipotentiaries, before neighbour at St James's, a fellow the only member of the Queen's ihey "go upstairs' for formal dyspeptu ho .was Keeper of the Household so far lo be appointed, audience of the Queen. For the p nV y purse >M Treasurer to in. And. as you would expect, thr Queen goes arrow to use the King in the 1-.W reign. man who niust_ guide the Queen State rooms of ^ _Palace.___Oii aS-jreer-Oln 1 Stf UlKk Ali-x..i.atlers of Suite und policy slack day*, when the Queens d uU im| t iti \ v ^^y wif unUI he retires—he is 64—needs visit more than a ripe detachment will keep in touch with her by S|r Qlick, who has spent half B needs background. And telephone. his life in royal employ and Tommy Laarelles wn a distant married a Lady of the Bedrelative of the King, went to ___ lo P ?wcreU chamber, is expected lo stay on Marlboroush, got an MA. at WHEN news comes that Mr. Treasurer to Ihe Queen unUl Trinity College, Oxford, and an Churchill M.C. manry. Ihe Bedfordihire Yeo* gulshed salesman ny crtferr disunh „ think. II timely lo hand %  a An U **h *.* 11 Jin I call t<> Brigadier Lord Tryon. his 45the Queen, Tummy Lascelles is year-oW assistant. ,-e the visitor llrst. LasSlr Ulkk nas h(%lf C|ty dirCc Experience tat. in the c have decided these things, impeach ;il>le background; but a despatch boxes, and he is the h t t ft t (h -• f'g'ff.sHittn K^^'s.'-Larlr z untubular kry which opens Cabinet B|M com ~nl„. No question has filtered through reonly Palace official to possess cent royal event*: It It the only one (ihe Queen has another), kind of background for a Palace He sees the top-secret despatches counsellor? to the Queen from the GovcmWhatever the answer—and it ors-General and Prime Ministers is in HM making, as we shall see. of the Dominioi at Clarence House—It iOSfftalD esslisf 1*0*1 -I that a man who Is to advise the Too many -ecrets, however, Queen in any kind of emergency may be bad for the "0x08*, ^T n J \ must have an accumulation of for he has not rid himself of the cxperietHi' dyspepsia he contracted in the Sir Alan Lascelles can draw first world war. But like any richly on his. He Is familiar Englishman, he knows how to reuilh the Empire outlook, for he la; Oh. >. I— 5.irc.er1£ worked out i prlss private estates at Sandringham and Balmoral on a paying footing. He wa* not above calling In an hotel expert to cut Palace expenses. The cost of feeding oflland servants was L> a decimal of To Sir Ulkk. of Eton, Sandhurst, the Coldstreamers. and the Marlborough Club, the Queen may present h'r personal expense account. And as if to set the tone in econon.y he la one of the around—in Stinbe.im waa ADC. when Lunt Uo.rt Thouih Ihe food In the Houae,„„. p,^ „„/„„ to m c M,nGovernor of Bombay, and hold dining-room Is both free .. b was right-hand man when and good, he will walk occasionTalhot Lord BessboTough was Governorally to his only club, the TravelGenerai of Canada. And he has i rr s, m Pall Mall, there to eat been in nival service, on and off, an to meet politicians. Civil Serhe became assistant private vice heads, and Armed Services secretary to the Ih-ince of Wales. ehM Duke of Windsor. He was jbr away-from-lt-all recre 3J then. tlon he will venture lo the mer Liaison bers' pavilion at Lord's. Yi LASCEIJ.ES. obviously, must may see him strolling dudy the political and intcrnathe London Zoo on tional climiite of each day. But moruing-if fOBW he mml do more. For he is the too. When Ihe Court Major I>-'i;.i AND then Lieut.-Colonel Sir Piers "Joey" Legh. who stag Master of the King's Household. and who, too. KwaltS Ihe pleas_ ure of the Queen's appointment. __u He is, at 61. the yoUBfBfl of the through t)'d Guard tnunivirUe slim and a Sunday lia"ht. a wit and a golf* a member He is the Palace major domo is at Halwho submits the menus, draft. Rai !" bS'^STihc 'SuebW and moral. IhVn ill, L^caita. .eSs *c Court Circular, nu* and No Tl l'"n"n-rc?t 'he De. lor trout. And La* %  ' %„u^e n ?on,p; = •35L' 1 *~* " • "%  tSm^SSTUtJBi ffi-rrS?"^ XT!r*!X2i T,^Jc''-he 1 d thrn on current and ^^tnjjj,,, ImS, ( !" C. "net --and K,. li !" ' wimlsor, and ljis-clles wrote FrSt S O„po.l..o., h N„bo.l, "WJ nwjnjU. f m ^^ m, poTenlial ,...!.!.. ..lue.ee I-alaee e.atUeU did not extend Kinc (.eo.ge \ I. If eon.nleral.le. Wftul, then, lire I %  %  %  •' '• %  hla own polllleii? As a royal aide people. ,he ha none. But rojal aide. At C limnBoBM 00W the are not bom In a vacuum. And former retinue ol .he royal .Wore he became a Palace couple, as they wait lor iDcorlolllrlal 32 vejra ao. he waa lo p..ralion in the new Household. I.he Led rather than to tho may be hroadenlno forever the Klinl of Centre. aeopc of tneic contacts Lascelles works a ninc-to-ten develoomcnt devoutly Hir day In a lofty room on Ihe wished. It be The. km /rowu elderly loco. Ii.r in a polished tradition AND •-<.. I I w und rlyorous r.'.g.i is under way In a most rapped and plain, spoken O0e. At Clarence ((..line, round Ihe pouna (Vii.ii. and her linely Contort, a nru lype of courlier Is in evidence. Bandits Raid Bank Car As Guards Sip Coffee NF.W YORK round., that there U one bill their new foul-weather suit was Three bandit, looled an unoperator who owe. Ihe Governprobably a success. locked armoured bank car of men! so very much thai Wash. ADO 000 dollar* while lls guards Ington can't make up its mind Fiom a wit c Mtaey s report drank coffee across the slreel. whether to sue or ask for legison a lire in a Hollywood hole II happened on quiet Maplela.lon lo have him declared a The elevator operator, Little slreel. in Danvers. a small Masforeign Power. sachusells .own. The driver and the two guards parked Ihe car bes.de the N.i'!"?"'f ^"coffee'' "M,, 1 .'''.'.. 1 555 """I"-' %  "'"" '" 1 • freneh ,„ M ,,w u ukce a woman ,uln, ; X'IH^t,H?£ie ^ !^S"^ pern^slon'lo'reS &&$£Z£%L£$ N !" 1 !" W..IJ-VW -i, ,em,.,ine ,,; B>j „, arri „dTo a nan put up hi hand to stop tho raiders, then Jumped for his lift. „ "The Chief While Eagle, aged 71, Yaqui Indian, and hi* wife, J CbarohOO, were aslgep in theii IK going to pro. S i X th-floor room." called "Mi.uli in I-ondon. Mr. X culled raiders Police cars sped in pursuit. Fifteen miles out they found tho bandits' car abandoned, picked up new clues and chased another The pursuit tquai forced this r off the rood. A DUB iaapod clear and started running. A police bullet hit him. Another man m -e car was shot, too And a hunt Is on tor suspect where the abandoned car was found. FOOTNOT*.: Punver-. hanged ten people for witchcraft^ In ltM There has not been such ment since^—until this thelt IVp.ntmrnl of No Comment : A New York society magaitinc The American Academy prritW 'Mis latest addition to General Practice, meeting rr (French Atlantic City, says: 'When the for diningrooititl Is %  startling terrible teens conflict with 11'.. bar jet black and salmon pink, roaring foiinon the battlewith the light focussed on the ground of the home, the famil> counter and your tumbler. Bephysician should be called upon hmd (he barman, within madto add the healing of emotions 1c dot Ingb ossqr r sa ch there is a his respTtuibilities." ihird regimenl of bottles. And his po' !" sition is '..viable tor still another .,_,_.,_ rcason-h. face, a superb stillAs though there worst. lift ptJMod by Frunk Neal, a ?"<>*>& allegations of corruptio n.i.lirri Chardin" un d wrong tloini among the New Yoik police (who ued to like \v Wicksteed Explores An Avenue .... it is what Politicians are always doing . Bui it become, fun with Chapman Pinchcr as (.uidc and Shaftesbury— j Avenue as ihe Avenue By BKKNAK1) fllCKSTHKI) 1UST for fun (and because it was no weather for finding anything out in the countryside yesterday) Mr. Chapman Pincher and I went for a Nature ramble in the West End. Our brilliant plan was to explore an avenue, and because the first one that came to mind was Shaftesbury-avenue we settled for that. You might think the West End was not the ideal place to study Nature, but Mr.! Pincher sees science in everything. The zebra crossings reminded him that the mountain zebra is becoming extinct, and an •yster bar that oysters are attacked by slip-1 per limpets. The sparrows provided him with endless matter for discourse. Their hearts beat 800 limes a minute (human beings, 70 a minute), How do you feel a sparrow's pulse to find mt ? With an electrical recording machine. You can take their temperatures too. Normal on a sparrow thermometer is 108 degrees Fahrenheit (human beings, 98.4). Sparrows can be hypnotised like rabbits. Stoats hypnotise the rabbits and rats the sparrows. Neither patient has any redress because they've usually been eaten by the lime the experiment is over. The internal combustion engine was a %  jreat blow to the sparrow. There are fewer %  >ats from horses' nosebags, you see. There are probably only about 3.000.000 sparrows | left in the country, whereas there are 10,000,000 blackbirds, and about the same number of chaffinches. Sparrows go crazy over yellow flowers in spring, and puil them up. No one knows *hy, but crocuses madden them most. Their roosting places are called chapels, and they are so fond of their private dust-baths that ihey won't share them w ; th sparrow strangers. BOMBSITE PLANT ^^E started exploring the Avenue from the Piccadilly-circus end, und all this! came out before we'd reached Rupert-street, where we changed the subject to Oxford ragwort. Oxford ragwort (Seneeio squalidus) has nothing to do with Oxford. It comes from Sicily und we found it growing in the burned-out remains of St. Anne's Church, Soho. You reach this bombsitc by going through I *ome iron gates and past a dustbin. For a moment I was afraid the interests of science I would lead Mr. PinehF to lift the lid of the >in and go through its contents in search of j nore Nature, but luckily he spotted the ragi vort and made for that instead. "Fascinating plant," he said. "Before the var it was hardly known in Soho. even! hough it is Sicilian. In Sicily it thrives on volcanic ash. Now it has discovered there is in equally good living to be made from the ishes of London. You find it flourishing in %  lombsitcs everywhere." In a spirit of student fun we took a root of Oxford ragwort lo plant in Cambridge-cir•us. The only possible site for the experinent was a windowbox in front of a pub. Unfortunately a man who seemed to be %  omething to do with the pub caught us in! he squalidus act. We escaped by darting] nside for a drink, but when we came out he Oxford ragwort had gone from Cam-, iridge-circus. I.l.\t.\ llltl/H.I ##>. 11 I XG 1 1 HUS t'LA I f.VIV f AHitS 60c. pk. ADVOCATE STATIONERY IX OTIC E Will Customer* please .nance Iheir Easier Shoppine in accordance with our Holiday Closing Dates. Our Store will be closed all day SATIRDAY. 121b April and will re open on TLKSDAV, April 15lh. C. S. Pitcher & Co. Phone: 4472 NOTICE OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN ON SATURDAY 12th APRIL UNTIL 4 P.M. be refrrnyi to ..s 1h world's tinAt one of New Yoik's smartest es*. 1. Harry >'• os.1. a Brook • French restaurants a visiting bookie who is serving 12 ye It seems thut Senator Tuft French brandy salesman gave for contempt of court and conspends the most money in thoie luncheon for 20 people the olher %  ptrocy. testifies that he was told "primary" elections. In Wisconday. The bill was £300. in advance every time the deteciln, where they are holding theirs tivei were going to tap his phone on April 1. Taft's men. up t<> laM The Wall Street Journal sa\s • • Saturday, hud spent £23,400 on that Ihe Government is toying The human touch. In American impaigning. Harold Slassen with Ihe idea ol building up a "comic strips" dogs do not say "civilian stockpile,'' alongside "Bow-wow," but—in those "balthe military one. loons" which tome out of th< character %  *' mouths—"Aaf -ant." A man crime out of a room in An English friend of mine, visitBrooklyn, where the temperamg New York for the first time, • tun ...• M LMMW, complainint; asked me in bewilderment With all Ihe income tax senthat he wa* too hot. Then the "Why are the il.-gs in those plcdals, the crack Is going the navy experimenters knew that ture things always cockneys'*" £12.100. Governor Earl Warren, of California. £4.300. and the doggedly loyal MacArthtir chaps (Mac i not officially interested) £380. Our llr.iil.-rs Say— %  Sanltarj I iff, yet. at your ropori has caused me some embarrassment on that it can give ,il ih< M "' renlly ha< given the impresrl meet" >at I have made a similar To the Edilor. (ft* AdrocofcCommliraquatt of the Commissioners. SIR.-Pleaao allow me to make lh which opuvari' %  * be good enough to give me "• correction in a column which !T£Sr JMS Tot todav'' dSS '"o opportunity to state that 1 W-red in Tuesday", issue of thi b S SS I quSe^ a numbJr have made r.o application of any pap,;r under ^eraption of lecture ,Tr 1..M..1-* from nearly the whole i"'"re whatever to the Commi*n Tn Turkey. •Acre received. Vo Ipplivatiun To the Edifor, the Advoroft i SIR,—In your ropori a i proceedings of M of the St. Michael's \'nl Thf Turkey Ju*l Turkry In a paragraph following I was f referred to in which il was suggested that und* conditions "I could also be given on increase of salary. While It Is true that I am not Cost of Living Allowance some '>' S vretary of the St. John's time last year. Cultural Association at their GenYours f.dthfully. S W. TAYLOR. Building Inspector. April 9, 1932. ol I Meeting on nuitMl was announced that Mr. Risley Tucker, British Council H.'prc-enUtive. will lecture on Bridget*' 11 '"Turkey." CLUB Mutant. HORSES' FEKT ^JONTINUINC; In a north-easterly direction wo saw a mounted policeman, to remim lr. Pincher that horses' front feet arc btggfe han their back ones because they have mort weight to carry. At a fishmonger's barrow. Mr. Pinchei >aused and said that a scientific winkle .vatcher had calculated it took 11.000 winkle; i day to satisfy the appetite of a rock pipit We found fossil crinoids or sea lilies in 'mildiiid stone, iron bacteria in a drain pipi one of the mysteries of science is what they live on), Bevond Cambridge-circus you come to the wooded part of Shaftesbury-avenue. The :rees are London planes. They do not grow wild anywhere. Mr "incher said. Thev are probably a crost between two other trees introduced about iOO years ago. Many trees tend to die in towns because 'he soot blocks up the breathing spaces in their bark, but the plane tree sheds its bark to save its skin. The wood is called lacewood in the timber trade, and minute spiki's from the fruit float ibout the air and are believed bv some to cause sore throats. HOLE IN THF ROAD QUR last adventure was with a man who was digging a hole in the pavement. Mr. Pincher took a handful of soil from the %  red heap beside him and said : "Do you know there are 5.000 million germs in a thimbleful of this'''' "Well, it's nothing to do with me." said the man. "You'd better speak to the foreman."—L.E.S. DA COSTA <& Co. Ltd. Iin I.1MMIS llll'l SCOTLAND'S BEST is SCOTTISH CREAM ii/iMHit scoTiii ii nan A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs. • Ask for SCOTTISH CREAM. WHISKY at Your Grocer. ORDER raggK TO-DAY TC&0SS BUMS AND SANDWICH BREAD FOR THE WEEK-END MEAT DEM\ SPECIALS •, Milk i .-.i i hi. v.. II ti prr lb. Milk Frd Hurl*.— S1.S5 prr lb. Milk d Turk — M '%  prr lb DrtsMed Rabbits Ma, prr lb. I.rrw,) Trio* 32r per lb. B>*f Surt 40r. prr lb. 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I five notlc* to. all pmaxi r.iim* an %  • at PioipeH in th o-ri-n of feiI n ihU Uland MMMMM by -d"-5WBT* !" thr** rood* two pmh Of IhOtoabouN BBUUr-f ... r %  . molt iMint bvforv rnr an *r. PICKOT^Mod-l Ford Pickup *•> _-l Tvrvi %  >•• *r T*r.l A Mtttm A CO LTD 4 •>- f prlar Drawint antk(a.l room. panU* ** ** kHrlMWll.. loilai and MtH and w* —"^—, 'room. ".Itli a dn.bU. >rrvanla i.M>m to %  *•"•* %  ,mrd aland< '>n taTt uouai* tatf o land Inaprr-tlon on appUntian at in* ptnv iM any ilabrtwaan II lo 1 exrapi Cajtudayi and Sunttn For lnr-P*' paVUthStn *nd rOndlthsm ""HITCHINSON A BAMPltXD. Jama* siraat. VAN. O"* Commai l.ifKI tl '" •pr Ni-w T>Pa\ l*w fcltjlt .ranln Baaaon*bl Prtr*d Dul n AUCTION HLBCIBKAL 1AD1" -Orr PtillKpa T*n l| KlHi Appt> V %  Jnfin. C I.IVKSTOTK Dark Bnwn Oaldtr MISCELLANEOUS < i nni iwmeanc Cloth, good ualK Otd| Mr > yd Al Thanl Bfoa AM I'tANNBi for III a> Ir. 2 IMtlpJ) h l i ll Kalalna. CWV Murd r*\ W M ixtlUi It. Ml. I HI 1H-.I S*W. t 4 U—Sn i "Mil I' TIIK SILVER HAMMER \OIM I win MkykdHan pir no" lh ' ,ni (MHr.will NOT BE OPENED on ISATIRIIAV. I2.li AM PXAT *itk Oand taa taUd n panirnlara Applf lo Alma NIWHAVBN Crana Coa.'. 4 bad• attrrj Pully furnlatiad. ILantUvg PlauH. Waiannlll mppty. Doubt* claraa*. inrar anl raw Par May V/V.V/^^V''''-'-'v ''''-'''' v ''''^^^ ( ANAD1AN SlpJVKT Ad m iaai Ti of PtUttiU to TabercultaU S4.na.l*rtiuH. Citn. >*< and OUia War*. Waiar Can. Taa Pota. Bpoona, Fork*. CUIUTT. trataa and Walghti. Oven, laucavtiil. %  Mara Ok* pan*. *t* QU*. Cana* id olhM llama. al* II noon T*rnv Caah HRANKkK. TROTMAN CO.. AurllMirrrm. It 4 St all It IB noUflvd for gfneral information that ihoap pcrtons who wish to ubtuln Ireatmanl al thr above Sarutorium mutt mako application through the Secrptariai here, and on no account ahouid patient procae-j to Trintdad id until it If known that he can be accepted and that arrangements ore made for his jKlmisaloii lo the Sanatorium. 2. It It auuoated that persons^ contrmplating auch application ~~ %  hould first call on the Director of Medical Service*, who will be pleased to advise. 10.4.51In ALCOA PILGRIM" M4TOA PIUNCaTB' ALCOA "' March 14th March MUl April lMh April TUi April 13rd A STEAMEA" veiaali have hrr.i.,1 ROBERT T1IOM LTD^ NEW YORK Ct'LT SERVICE Apply:— DA COSTA a. CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE Your Car •eaerve* the Beat OIL you can obtain therefore. DRAIN. FLI Mil. and RE-FILL llh . UVMIU HELP rj*vnoPi—*• Dovc-iop** d,i lai i %  !!. Slampa fe i-nla **ch a-*ciiiv for *tamp *niM m. Appl> Mr. J Jam** C/O AdVoeaM We* 10 • t>~ h i mm nri ACCOUNTANT p*qulr*d lo Uk* full jhara*: pmfaraMy lh -ipnlrnial Machln* Anc#ill Halarv auOJ**! U a amllficalloni AppU %  o pfTciiri! a ID 4 S3 -4n ..nly la C ntiBiNEm HUNT. Mahaaf r*qiilf*> qiiWt. cool. unfMr-ii-hpd ar. inodallon vttiniu Aauntlc Garrlum lor und*rwrar and iiid Whit*. Blu*. Pink or laro Booma Pull dalalli t 4 *—On I r-rmi (.1 niul I A DAHLIA" , brloa l" <> for Gladioli and Dahlia. > n. ..r in Deeambar tM. parll*.' tar* "-I la l~-.>ml |Uraa* phon444: M—I4n NUItsF ExparlPnT* B.ib)'a Nuraa Irn i .!* abuck t 4 U1>I JOtTP HIX'UVKDValor t*o>ra partt. cludint — Chlmn***. Spraadara. Odd % %  p Piaic*. Wicka. and Ov*n* I < %  parta. hnquiru Aulo Tr* %  -mpiiy, Tr. .'aljar A tpry *tr**U >hnn. IBM ft I lAt'NCIl )1 font importad rord Mann* *nii.r Api.i Scoll or Dial TAII.OHS-Journeymen Tallara. ijackal Bandai only Ihoa* wllh mp a ri am c t IM |PCB MAPPMA Co.. L at a u-t f Hello Everybody Pleat* call In at rWFEDSIDC ACCTION MART Twealde Road I can supply you with ntiiuu TaMea. Phillips Radloa. 4 Burner Oil Stove*. faaJvanlae Bucket*. Glaaa Caaaa. Wotd Stovetand |t 04* other lteaaa. Dial 44*47 10.4.52—2n. TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH | < I;MHAI Ciaaotene Servki . % %  : it %  %  OIL — AT — MM MUl. LTD. Station — TrafaUar Street NOTICE. • Will Our Customers and the General Public please note that our (II I It I. SI 1 IIO SI 111 and % %  HIM I NIL IMP I. will be closed on SATURDAY. April 12th Our Newspaper and Advertising Departments will remain open as usual. ADV4M ATE CO. LTD. MISCEI.LANF.UUS %  UNGAI.OW-TO thr** badr.-m nrurtilihad. pr*frrabl rVOTICE Policyholders and Ihe eeneral public are hereby notified that our Branch Office, over Collins' Ltd.. Broad St., will be closed each working day except Saturday between the. hour* of 11 a.m. and Noon, we close for the day on Saturday at noon as usual. THE DEMERARA MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY LTD. I VfjajROn. > b* rn.liwu T I !h* OffTr-< ... L'O...' %  • r.nkxil KMrdlnr lo H>> .•Inarwiw ..K-h i-.r--.o. uill lIrom th* hancQt ol in.. ^ ,i r> %  I of all claim on or an Ihr aald i Cltilmant. ar* al w notified Ih.tl I il Ihr uld Cou.l oo Vodl loth day of Jun*. ItU, a' •aid H.nm. >cUwk i in rAi -.if.n.Aiiiii-.H-. Dui ... .|.;.I.I. %  o( four. *ll.i. In ML IM ti-M up. 11: aalr i It Hunt* A co Lid 1 war Hi i in .1 SIS* n 4 la We desire In notify our Friend* and Customers thai Our Business WILL III CLOSED from THURSDAY, Ml APRIL until TUESDAY 1STH al 8.0 A.M. V B. IIOV4 frl.l LUMBER & HARDWARE Dial 3306 Bay Street aat>ta>a4: \ori4i: CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF THE C. A. BRATHWAITE'S PROVISION STORE AND GIBBS' GROCERY ARE NOTIFIED THAT THESE BUSINESSES ARE NOW LOCATED AT NO. 21. ROEBUCK ST. (OPPOSITE SPRY ST. CORNER) UNDER MY NAME. IN OUR NEW AND MORE COMMODIOUS QUARTERS MY STAFF AND MYSELF SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO GIVE THE USUAL INTERESTED SERVICE A. S. SAIASBCRY Wholesale Proviiion Grocery Dealer Phone 3115. No. M RoeatK. Slreet. 10.4 52—2n. I NOTICE POLK i; \oin I EASTER HOLIDAYS Drivers of all Motor Vehicles are requested to exercise special care on Easter Monday. Think of your passengers and pedestrians. Police Headquarters 9th April. 1952. R. T. MICHELIN '""mmissioner of Police. ELECTROLUX HAPPY EASTER .. From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE Do in; i forget to take home a good stock of ... Dnlicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS only 46c per pound. Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD. Will our Customers please note that our .... HARDWARE and LUMBER YARD DEPARTMENTS at Bridgetown and Spefehtatm-n will b closed I" business on SATURDAY, I2T1I INSTANT. Our SUGAR and MOLASSES WAREHOUSES | will br opened as usual. KinilK utruiiB.>our shoupiuk accordingly. ; PLANTATIONS LIMITED IM I I i mH'0aCII IIBIi r I MMI( ,-.-,--•,-.','--.* %  „'-• The Refrigernlor which ten year* ago caused ihc Bajan Cook to exclaim • "Hey Hey I.noka FLi mek ice!" is /##•#**" again in full force just in time In meet Ihe needs of those who cannot avail themselves of the electricity supply in the near future. These mnchincs arc fur .iperaliun on kerosene oil, natural pal or electricity, and arc available In 4Va cub. ft. and 7 cub. ft. models. HOOK YOURS NOW TIIK EMTAGC ELEC. CO. Plantations Building