Popular Spot Pensioners = “2228 ater the stabbing to hill or do grievous bodily harm Coal Quota





; ; " brovoked by the conduct of the 22-year-old labourer Rudolph sent him for three cartons of
showed he had intended to kill which is likely to result in death. ;

H And in order to get at the in deceased woman at the time of the ioaree of eens Poe ‘Trumpeter cigarettes.
rte. at a rk “sons ichael to three m s’ i s-
RESIDENTS of the Garden, We Malone for the defence tention of the accused and to say xinead, a che a re @ From Page 1 onment with hard labour for at- Investigations were made and
Mount Standfast and other dis- _ THE St. James Vestry should again asked the jury not to ac- Whether that wicked intention “°Ul4 have lost his self control.
tricts of St. James are finding S¢e to it that all their adult pen- ’

o ae once began on lith March and con- tempting to obtain three cartons the story of Clarke was found to
cept the evidence of thre>ts as ©@Xisted, you will examine all the ene eda ee ee tinued until the 17th when im of cigarettes from the Knight’s be incorrect. The Police then
evidence in the case because .the Setiaeeete aaenien you have heara Order to get negotiations started, Phoenix Pharmacy by making arrested Clarke.

the “Fox Club” at the Garden a SiOners get nothing less than three > nm :
very. useful place for indoor Shillings per week, Mr. J. M. they were uncorroborated for the







: : . ‘ ‘ . main issue that you have to the workers were ordered to re- fojce statements. Keeper of the crimtnal record
games. These districts are very CTick said at a meeting yesterday. ee Rees er esed Laan as the case as "procesiane a Beet ae trae, ee ae turn to work, The prosecution alleged thgt told the court that Clarke has a
thickly populated and the Fox ar Crick took th tunity statement of the fight and on that *4y Whether there was that MG what tock place at the time j 2°, Stike his been. the sub-{ clarke went into the Phoenix bad record.
Club is the only place which 4, raise the ‘oy ee ee wa ground believe that there was &@ intention or whether th Sone <7 piace at the time ject of a Fact Finding Commis- ‘ ne bins ig i all
affords recreation. Vestry “ae Pmt a a 6 he sufielent: provocating: " Wicked intention is negatived ©f the actual occurrence and You sion set up under the Chairman-| ———- ~
The Club was opened in 1947 mates on which thay’ pro ane « His Lordship in summing up because of the circumstances sygh’ Will regollect the threats. So that ship of Sir Clement Malone, }
by Mr. Donald Hinds.’ At that jay the rates a 1952-83 eS a paid , as a sudden quarrel which it jg !{ you are satisfied with the evi- comprised of Mr. Hagely: ~
time it had only 37 members but that provision should be made at Mr. Foreman and gentlemen of PUt to you has taken place, : dence which goes to show that the Labour Commissioner: of renad
to-day the membership is nearly the estimates to make it ssibl the jury, the accused is charged ‘then this provocation, accused had for some considerable and Mr. Pearson, Labour Advise:
150. Of that figure, 38 take an for each of them to get es a Mes the teipaie of Binine Sovte Malice time delivered threats to kill to the Windward Islands’ Govern
interest in_table tennis. week, © PS ‘om the lith January last. The Now malice afoiethought is Elmina Hoyte +and eventual.y ment. to Se onthe sane Give yoursel
a Table Teanie Cheenn He pointed out that some of the defence to that charge is not a either expressed or implied, and killed her as is admitted by the to take evidence on the 28th o

‘}, adult pensioners of the parish denial of the killi ina ‘expressed malice is evidence, defence, that would mean you are March, elght days after work b
of the Club. Soon members will were still. ge ing 2/- per a Hovte 4 ee deeuaee SP. citner cuch as is alleged here—by Satisfied that there was expressed his union haa been fully resumed,
be playing again for both the A which was of little or no use to denied. But the defence is that threats—or a.person lying in wait malice. And that expressed malice, oe. one oe tne joviceese be $ reng
and B Class Championships. thems He felt that it was impos- under the circumstances of the fF another, In'the circumstances if proved, the law says, would Wednesday last. The report i

i. Sible for any man or woman to ¢ase. g ich Of this particular case and it “is prevent any question of provoca- "OW being awaited,
The Club has entered two di- have at least tea in the morniiie, case, and on the evidence which 3

ty ; i fei Since then, a request by the
ions in the B.T.T.A. t - ; you have heard, your verdict ‘™Plied or may be implied tion arising such as would reduce d il
mente The Division 4 tenm is 2 heavy meal frond, mid-day should be, not guilty of murder, the | circumstances surrounding the eyidence to manslaughter. fon, tee bee aie of on Avbities Ww a
skippered by Charles Hendy and 224 tea again at night on less but guilty of manslaughter, There- the killing that there are no ex* And so, considering the evidence
the Division I by Girwood Licc- than 11/~ a week and so no one

E fore there is no need for certair creme malice in the form of as regards to threats, you will tion Tribunal .was refused by the
rish. Last year the Club was $OUld have said that asking for of the evidence, such as the evi- treats and lying’ in wait, with

veigt refully the points put to Administrator of St. Lucia, pend-
ns : ; a ; stabhi : ayn Vols carefully the pc ing the report of the Fact Find B 0 Vv R |
only able to euter a Division I o/~ vt week was asking too dence concerning the blood being the sudden stabbing of a woman

you by Mr. Malone in which he ing Commission
; 4 : through her heart with a sharp jjvitec v ann , : .
teain but since thai time its play- : ; found on the sccused clothes, be- i Te» invites you not to accept the evi- ‘The strike resulted out of, fail
ers have made rapid strides. Mr. S. A. Walcott said that cause it is not denied by the de- ©48ed instrument though the cir-

id it “Cenee of the witnesses and the ure by the S Prod 3’ As-
: $8,500 were voted last year for “ cumstances show that he did it ““"°® ° F ure ‘by he Sugar ucers’ AS ae be played—a
Next year the Club will be en- ; aon fence that the accused killed El- ‘" sy Crete: evidence with regard threats. The sociation of St. Lucia to recognise When there’s a job to be done or a game to Play:
tering a ladies téam. Already it eet rae it_ was over spent mina Hoyte. without threats, the law would ro



: “ . main point, or one of the main the Roseau Peasants and Work- B ss best drinks. rich beefy
has five good lady players. The pombere te miele Pht on the “It is the duty of the Prosecution wage ees. yo about a sudden POMS, he puts to you is—here are ers’ Union which had made. de cup of hh the very of 1” :
champion. Patricia Austin, is a ; - © Poor to establish the guilt of the accused ww ut a sudden these two people, the accused and mands for increased wages fro flavour sends a welcome glow through you; its beefy
pupil of Queen's College. She will ean ieee to a to your satisfaction. beyond a eens. oe pea Aght a the deceased, during the time 98 cents per day for men to $2.0( life iato u. There's nothing sike
most likely skipper the ladies two or three shillings were in. Teasonable doubt before you con- fight is a reasonable, sudden fight these threats are supposed to bo a day, and from 72 cents a da; goodness puts new life into yo
team. 2 tended to entirely support an Vict And if, with the two alterna-

Apart from Table Tennis, the : M4

after a quarrel, it may be that if @elivered, still on friendly terms for women to $1.44 per day, th

adult for a week. But the fact tive charges before you, there is one kills the other, he may be With each other, not in the sense Cther Unions having — signed

Club also holds tournaments in that the money was overspent ® reasonable doubt as to whether

dominoes, draughts and bridge.

i Bovril to build you up and sustain you.

convicted of manslaughter: but f living in the same house, but Contract with the Sugar Produc:

i : showed that nothing was he the circumstances indicate mur- each case mus in its being seen about together oc- rs to work for $1.22 per day
Earlier this month a team from from the Saatlonget Id back der, then you find him guilty of own atin cae -& pry Sl casicnally. And there is that bit on Brown said there was als:
Bank Hall a viens in a “the Vestry did not decide as Manslaughter, and as has been put to you, it Of evidence that Elmina Hoyte still wine inerenicn MateaaiS i
smoad rae nile tables Fox Clut. their policy that all adult pension- Sudden Quarrel ee not neice a crime from ee potte in wae eo Roseau Peasants and Worker HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTI
led by six rubbers. ers would get 3/- per week, but Now the defence puts it to you Murder to manslaughter if atte ee Tt at ne es Union’ Were based 9n the corres =
y passed $27,732.32 as poor relief that there was a sudden quarrel ® SUdden quarrel one man struck if you can accept the evidence of ponding increases received by ‘the
The Club once sponsored box- for the ensuing year. between the two parties; that the other with his fist and the these witnesses who gave evidence y



producers who were also th
ing. It is expected that this will Before they completed laying there was provocation operating eater mt a revolver and about the threats when they were growers of canes, on the pric:
be revived shortly. Many ‘popu- the estimates, they adjourned un- in the mind of the accused which t th aa a I said peters, Still on such good terms, paid them for the 1952 crop over
lar boxers such as “Sugar Ray til Monday at 12 noon. was sufficient in itself to negative ° S caedie ar ae







ri h i Now I small not deai with each the 1950 crop.
Robinson,” Belfield Kid and Ken- a wicked intention which is a on the Se ee the ent which of these witnesses separately, but Mr. Brown who is also a rep- Te
ny Seaman were seen in action necessary ingredient or element in Sa €: th iis another, it may you will remember the criucusms resentative of the Legislative sf
in the Club's ring. ° I ° Into the charge of murder. As you itt 8 f e otal Sao find him vayanced by Mr. Malone with re- Council on the Central Housings
Mock Trials and debates are nquiry heard, murder is the intentional 8" inden enseughter and not yara tnese wimesses who give Authority. which among othe)
regularly held in the Club’s spa- e 6 . . and deliberate killing of one per- © ™UT@€?. evidence of the threats. You will things looks after Slum clearance
cious hall which is equipped with Musician s Death son by another and if one man Provocation rememoer he says that Aibertna Said that all the houses and al
notice board, benches and radio.

e 1 7 ‘ kills another and there is evidence Now provocation. Provocation, ‘lu.i mother of hoyte, ana oxeewe the Government Offices, excep’
k Within ms ae were 3 = pee? Again Adjourned of malice aforethought, as the law if it is there, negatives a wicked alier the case of the Court oi for the Town Hall and the Post
nown as the Pioneer Group. Mr.

ae: #10 describes it, the person killing is intention which I have mentioned, Appeal, on the stairs, that they Office, have now been complete:
Colvin Leslie is in charge of this His Worship Mr. C..L. Walwyn, guilty of murder, For your pur- the wicked intention to kill or to were prejudiced in tavour of ine i" the Castries rebuilding “pro-
group which consists of about 19 Acting Goroser of District “a” Pose in this case, malice afore- do grevious bodily harm; and the accused woman — one being the 8™@mme, .
girls. They are taught handi- yesterday further adjourneq the thought means a wicked intention, provocation must be of such a moiner and the other a frieua wao , The Houses are being comin:
craft. : inquest touching the death of &M intention to kill or an inten- kind as would make a reasonable acted on behalf of Elmini, Hoye— or - large section of the workin:
eral’ Mesting inst ae ats yi Arnold Meanwell popular musi- on to do such grievous bodily man lose his self control cd and that you should discard tuen [any ,PPpulation of Castries, at |
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; : harm as would be likely to result S° lose the capacity of forming vidence ‘of threats which were {Nominal rental value based on th
wood | peace wee temecae Sen eee nti in death and death results there- that wicked intention. It is not“) °UC® Of ‘threats which were
resident, r ic ym-

. * °
dence "ot threats which wat® Aggregate amount" nacetiary “i JO seconds!
: E from, So that you need not be C#8e of whether the person coos e ae mee ae + te service the loan, and Government fo ease the strain in sé
monds, Secretary and Mr. Donald — Meanwell died at his home at puzzied as to the definition of charged with the offence of murs, or, Of te stairs of the Court. is not permitted to make an
Hinds, Treasurer. The Commit- Top Rock, Christ Church on this, of murder, and the sise of der loses his temper, is enraged _ Phen you will remember the profit on the scheme, : YS chettes Actions makes you
tee of Management is: Mr. Eus- March 18, 1952, and the next day «he phrase milice aforethought. It With a passion and does the kil- ®Vidence of Herbert, “ioc, wiose The Central Housing Authority gmap for breath, one Ephazone
tace Medford, Mr. Waldo Ram- Dr. A. S. Céto:pertormed.a post i ee — ling. It is whether the provoca- evidence has been severely crilice is also engaged in drawing up | tablet oll 4 in the " the
say, Mr. Vere De Peiza, Mr. Gir- mortem examination at the Bur- tion is of such a kind as would ‘sed and belittled by Mr. Malone. plans for the clearance of other | oxein and effectively. Remem
wood Licorish and Mr. Michael ton’s Parlour. Dr. Cato told the Sé. Joseph Round-up make a retsonable man so lose 4d So also Pilgrim and Augustus slum areas in St. Lucia, | quickly >
Symmonds. court yesterday that death was __





pb makistaie his self control that he did the Phillips. But if you accept the | ber, is fe this strain on the system which



Owing to the popularity of the due to acute alcoholism and liver















’ killing and at the time of the ¢Vidence of the witnesses who Bod cepetayase the Wegest dang
Club the membership is steadily disease. . ; f S deed was not able to form that testified about the threats, it is a ody Off Trade Asthma |
increasing. On Friday night there | Mr. N. Carmichael. Government MAN DIES wicked intention which the law matter entirely for you, you will . heall
will be a Table Tennis Exhibition Anniv, wae was pete ge tote h i requires should exist as an ele- then be satisfied = there is ~ Union Delegate | ve the ling
match between the A and pies 0 e viscera alleged to have is , ment in the charge of murder, expressed ma.ice, the evidence y , agents which dissol stranghng,
teams. A players will give the heen taken from the body of the SUDDENLY Having said this much for the that fact that some of them or any Flo H. germ-laden accumulations in the
Saale gathers fiquid said that in Nis ‘onteton general way of the law, I shal] be of them is saying what is in the wn Honie bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing.
ae ene, ee ae HERBERT SMALL of Chalky as brief ¢s I can in reminding you mind of the accused and thir " simple too! Nothiris to infe
MERLYN GROUND, a_ small death was caused by drinking Mount, St. Andrew, died sudhen. about the defence. would negative any question of mourni @ From Page 1 The Ephazone treatment is so ple ing ject,
cricket field situated about half quantities of the samples of thd 1, ° on ‘saturds t about 11 The defence is a sudden quarrel provocation on the night of the suite ang Party, dressed in black nothing to inhale. No matter how swiftly or unexpectedly the
mile away from the main road at pose? Rum which were in the two Smaii a middle aged man win th on provecutiolitra cakes follow e Continued on page 6 pont eee fee ne the attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone
Garden, St. James, is once again bottles submitted to him the poreHe . , ir io ~~ e eir union, later re- B hiti a
5 i i pany of other men near —_—— moved the body from Burton’ For rapid relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh,
in the limelight. Bruce Vale Factory in St. An Funeral P, 7 os Sen's
” ; é : - a arlour where : a ly of B ¢ tablets handy!
Years ago ia quae bid be ws drew, when he complained of a rd { ‘ain Churehwarden embalmed, and took it to heaven ee ee eee
ante ee ol ones Ee abe Varied Car, ‘oO headache and before moving oO an where it Was placed on board the
ay reget siites whol tar from 8 fabio the spot he died. A post . plane, FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
i a ° mortem examination was _ per- Of S J ‘
the ground and this might be re Arrives formed later the same ‘day, by t. e ames Ps Devotion To Duty
sponsible for hw — a. Dr. L. S. Tappin P.M.O., St.’ An- aying tribute to his late
The ground is situated in a - L. §&, -M.O., St.

4 hi hes ‘ pee ‘ “des i President, Mr. Cecil Cambridge,
healthy atmosphere, right on the Ships which arrived in Carlisle drew and “death due to natural

; Mr, A. L. Jordan was re-elect- hin He said that he tried to , ~fe :
Bay were unloading varied cargo causes” was the verdict return- aan ar a Sa ; in official of the



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coast. A big hitter might cause’ yo cterday ed Churchwarden of St. James keep up tihe tradition of the Mr. Edwards’ vuntimely ioeeiss Gold by all registered chemists, if any uiffoulty, wre w
trouble by knocking the ball into she i is ed. . for the second consecu‘ive time other churchwardens whose has robbed B.G. of one oe lis eat. A. S. BRYDEN & SONS LTD.
the sea. This however rarely t a f ae roe Starch, APPROXIMATELY 2,000 holi- \yiien the St. James Vestry met privilege and duty it was to give standing leaders His ae oe ys . ie
Gace ha! the’ bowling “oF the tee en cloves, imes, and day-makers invaded Bathsheba yesterday afternoon. He was proper care. ; an example of sacrifice and de- | arama rh ee ae
teams playing is always tight. cocoanuts. She also brought 12 on (Easter Bank Holiday) Mon- proposed by Mr. S. A. Walcott He said that, with the excep- yotion to the cause, of not only

Saale’ antes Sunday cricket P&@ssengers. day and enjoyed themselves im- and seconded by Mr. J. H. Wil- tion of the rectory, the other (he ‘Trade Union Mivainest ase
sates ole aaa? <6 Merlyn ,,2h¢ Polytrader brought sar- mensely. Cars, lorries and ’buses jinson, parochial buildings were quite in ;

also of the working class | com-

Grounds, Some players keep cool dines in oil, flour, pickled pork, lined both sides of the road and Mr. Jordan won by a majority order. The Chapels of St. Silas munity of British Guiana as a}

i and crushed wheat. The Cana- at some intervals it was impossi- yote of 6 to 4. from Mr. J. M. and St. Albans were repaired. whole. You can therefor .
ee orea at isn cauiaae dian Constructor brought cargo ble to pass in the road. Policemen Crick who was nominated by The following other appoint- stand the rept wand” aeer
eee Sneen. 38 Wagers which included sports shirts. on duty were kept busy through- Mr, A, G. Johnson and seconded ments were made. ¥ which his death his occasioned

ONLY ONE fishing boat from “ema chairs, oranges, grapefruit, out the day. and for once no acci- by Mr. C. B. Searles. Board of Guardians: Mr. S. A. and the entire working class |
Reeds Bay district went out fish- C#™M€d fruit juices, and canned dents occurred up to six o'clock Walcot, and Mr, C, G. Messiah. community mourns his loss.”
ing yesterday. Two others were 52!mon. in the evening. The seabathing Before this, Mr. Jordan nomi- Highway Commissioners: Mr. S. “Mr. Cambridge continued “A
tied at their moorings while three |The cargo brought by the Sag- was not as popular as is custom- nated Mr. 'S. A. Walcott a8 Messiah and Mr. S. A. Walcott. beacon has been removed from
were hauled up on the beach, Yenay Terminals’ SS. Sunrell was ary. Very few persons went for Churchwarden for the ensuing Sanitary Commissioners: Mr. R- us, but its light shall continue to |

Fishermen from- the district the most varied. It included con- a ‘swim. An additional feature term. Mr. Jordan was seconded C. Hutson, Mr. S, A, Walcott, Mr. jhine forever in. our memories.” |
told the Advocate that during the 2¢"Sed milk, dwarf peas, Motor on Monday, at Bathsheba was but Mr. Walcott withdrew on the A, L. Jordan, Mr, C. G, Messiah, " Mr, Cambridge expressed “the |
morning the wind is very light C@'S: trucks, champagne, sulphate football. A number of young- grounds that there were only Mr, J. M, Crick, Pew Rent Com- sincere thanks of the people of |
therefore they do not go fishing. °f @mmonia, tinned vegetables, sters from St. Michael enjoyed a 8% months left and it was best mittec: The Rector, the Church- British Guiana to the Colonial
They are however catching a lot 5P@re parts for motor vehicles, game on Beachmount pasture, to allow Mr. Jordan to carry on Warden and Mr, C, G. Messiah,



A REALLY

electrical fittings, medical hough the heat t he had served well th i; Mr. E. St. A, Holder (Parish DevClopment and Welfare De-
4 i iin, . pines. coh atte rae the heat wes great. 8 De Dae Serven We le previ- Mr. m. Bt. fh cer \haris) partment for all it had done in|

fag for the Gat sd worth ra plies, iron pipes and fittings, The Bathsheba Social Centre ous year, Church and Chapels); Building arranging for the body to i SAFE
g' . paints, confectionery, shoes, cloth- was crowded throughout the day Mr. Wilkinson said that as far Commitice: The Rector, Mr, A, |

flown home. Mr, Catechpole for |
THE NEW PUBLIC BATH and !ng. cement. cigarettes, cured her- from mid-day to 5 p.m., as people as they knew, the Maude.Bill L, Jordan, Mr. S. A. Walcott, Mr.

n Mr, } c, Keeping them informed, and the |
Toilet which was erected on the Tings. razor blades, coffin nails, and danced in various styles. was in Select Committee. He did J. H. Wilkinson, Mr. C. G. cthor fellow students and people |

beach at Reeds Bay, St. James, furniture, rope, canned herrings, VERE BRADSHAW of New- not envisage that it would take Messiah, Mr, E. St. A. Holder, who had assisted in any way.”
will soon be officially opened. TavOn piece goods, agricultural castle, St. John was treated by more than three months. He Mr, J. M, Crick; er oe Comprising the mourning party
The building is already complet- tools, aluminium sheeting, wire Dr. E. B. Carter, P.M.O., St. John understood that the Government mittee: The Rector, r A.

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ed and painted. rope, waterproof @apes and toilet on Monday last for injuries was trying to get it through as Jordan, Mr, S. A. Walcott an were Mr. Cecil Cambridge, Mr. |

There are two_ sections—one preparations. which he received in the early speedily as possibly so that it Mr. J, M. Crick. J Charles James, Mr. Basi) |
for men and the other for hours of Monday. Bradshaw, a would be in time for the next Present at the saantind Pea Dathorne, Mr, George Lord, Mr. | chibbish i padbaeith dink pimatenienn eertiadiin, 0 eau ti
women. Each section has seven "watchman at Newcastle planta- election and so he was seconding Rev, A. W. FORAOEM, me. ‘Mi Clement ‘Dacamara, Mr. Samuei | ous Gal tat tae A tee the Ee eet ak Ga, be Ap
shower baths and a toilet. as a public convenience and this tion, said he was attacked by a the motion that Mr. Jordan Wilkinson, Mr. A, _ oer Titer Luke, Mr. Alfred Kelly, Mr, Wil-! taken internally. Te as ea

Archibald Drayton, a Sailmak- made the surroundings very in- man, who struck him with some carry on for the session. J. M. Crick, Mr. E, § “ CB fred Caesar, Mr. Claude Geddes: :
er of the district, told the Advo- sanitary. stones, The injuries were on his Mr, Jordan thanked the mem- Mr. A. G. Johnson, r, » ».

v aia ok Mr. Basil King, Mr. Edgar Mar-
cate that the toilets especially Picnics are regularly held in head and face. He was proceed- bers of the Board of Guardians Searles, Mr. W, H. Walcott, * shall, Mr.

were badly needed. He said that this district and the fish market ing along the Highway near New- and the Building Committee for S. A. Walcott, he G, Messiah George Whall, Mr. Kennedy Bar-
ry people used the beach stall is only a few yards away. castle at the time of the incident. the way in whict they helped and Mr. S. Messiah.

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CLASSIFIED ADS ro THREE ROBINSONS GET IN ON ACT "
es - on cpertieitaataa i Mii Rte a i in re tineenepememassenleiinmamiiedaiatiaie ——
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= = NE 2508 OUSES Wes i pee oe ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. OCPD SLOSS OSOOOOS
See ” 7 NEBRASKA, Apr. 16. | 0g (MANS UND Ro. Mv. “DARRWOOD" will
, 5A PTAGR on St. ” ed rimieeee 8 big More than 8,000 workers build-| _ 5° ,aclaide February Isth Melbourne accept Cargo and Passengers for
DIED FOR SALE BEACH COTTAGE on St. James Coast, | . ing artificial banks poured sand,|jtarch 3rd, Sydney March 10th, Bris- St. Lucia, Grenade, Aruba, and
-ARKINSON: On 16th April 1952, Stan- | perfect bathing, quiet, Al’ meals ahd | gravel and lumber into dykes|bane March 22nd arriving at Trinidad Passengers only, for St neem
Pie, Arthur Packancon. | Hl ae RETTIG Ce roe, ee Oe eel holding back the pounding waters | eect April 22nd and Barbados about Sailing Wednesday 16th tats
cs "otrameivds et 48 pam. | cou ng ye Be of the i - river. ey | ith to general cargo this ves- cept Cargo and Passengers for
rev pee: «ue AUTOMOTIVE \* -. epply: - saimaccrpen’ ot Yow 37) a warmed over these banks build- eS. --4 space for chijied and hard Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
%? say Paviinson a Family, a |e = akoteee, i ing them ever hi, and rush-j| frozen cargo. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
ey Parliso8 coe Parkinson and | ‘AT very n ern, seaside flat. 8 ir the ghtest “chink” Cargo accepted on through Bills of 18th inst . ;
Parkinson, C. Bree Parkinson and | “SST BARTS—One (1) Austin 10| FEAT iw very moder. seasige oes. : ing to repair ri tid |Lading for transhipment at Trinidad to The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
oS ee —— see O) A en kos Siectriai * pacing ce t ; through which the ver cor Pritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward accept Cargo and Passengers for
= Van Bomy; one lectrie! Pacing sea. Excellent and
‘OR ———~~ | and other miscellaneous parts. Apply: | tiene thing. Apply to “MARESOL” [a burst in upon the near deserted | tsiands. Dominica, Antigua, Moi at,
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Mothdr, Ines Forde who fell asleep jin good running order. Dial 9.4.52—4n | rooms. Fully furnished. Lighting Plant. history. It rose hourly of | Consignee Tele.
on April 17 81 » that and _ | Watermill supply, Double Car Port, two the ‘peed crest tomorrow of| DACOSTA & co. LED.
‘One year has passed snee t RE oe ee ae a Mais, Sonat ser ent real Sram May. ist, m * penne ; 1
Sine” ouk dear Grandmother has] Cecil Jordan. Phone 5108 ss 44 453+ , Méenwhile trot Washington.
ee ae <2. ODERN FURNISHED ident Truman flew
We miss her now our hearts are —- ee | Siver and Good Sea-bathing. pee - tee Midwestern ;
et . NOTORGYCHE Ore, i atitign. ‘omy | Foe further perteulae, “Ape 0 aun near ae to inspect the damage
med , iss her more yele, workin : - . : . P
fe Sime BO at conte fae George Lewis, Arthur we oe Lashley No. 6 Coral Sn eee ata. Soa chbiee ny governors .
No one can fill her vacant plac Thomas 52—2n. : 5
a c embercd by— Millicent $$ $$ : — © C t, 4 bed- . ‘Tum: off / 9
Massian (Davignter, N-Y.), Doreths | VAN: One Commer Light Van in 400? | oon \” NALD surmished, lighting Plant SHORTLY BEFORE his Ben Frenciaco bout with Carl Olson, of Henatutu, .C. lependence” took lnc.
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(Grand children). ace gain. Reasonably Priced, Dial tin | servant rooms. For May and from Oc. mirthful mix-up wi A OOO 6S oie ee EN en os : NEW YORK SERVICE
So} A. ;
Te: ee aNaTU Pees 10.4,52-t..n.] Edward G, Robinson plants a ee. sends the fighter a = :
. — a . 3 ald A STEAMER sails 18th April—arrives Barbados 29th April, 1952.
ANNOUNCEMENTS “FURNITURE — Pye Radio, Washing PUBLIC SALES nating his share of purse to the Runyon Cancer Fund. (Internationa) A STEAMER sails 9th May—arrives Barbados 20th May, 1952.
pe : f > s ee ——
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sta ‘Rnd tocal hang: |-— OC EAL D Murd A STEAMER sailed 28th Mareh—arrives Barbados 16th April, 1952.
sto were, Sng eit dor all) ESTATE en er 0 1e or er A STEAMER sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26th April, 1952.
yore daily 10-12 HE s.30" p.m. LiVES® x a * In Carlisle Bay A STEAMER sails 24th April—arrives Barbados 10th May, 1952.
Cpen ally WH 12 a.m. 46.90 Pie | SS d and which you
to date Library. HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding| BUNGALOW — A handsome, newly- From Page 5 you have rea y ar 3 ee ee eo ee
Up to “es 6.4.52-A1.0.] out of O.T.C. Apply: Constant - | built bungalow with all modern conve- e killing Wil] have to read again when you s: ¥ 4 Bunicls, mooie SERVICE x
tation. Ring 2654. 10.4. n standing on about 12,000 square lith of January Web ite comune -# verdict. 25,7 Va tu vtman. § isc Mana ‘ CANADIAN
SONAL Rie yy eo eee a There is the first statement made Sch> May M! Lewis, Sch. Burma D.. devreneeus
ful view over the west coast And in addition to that, you ere ¢ - ee aan Sollee
aie fine similar, building’ si] have the criticisms of Skeete and at the hospital when he is vomit- Sen. “United Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady Name of Ship Sails from Arrived
WRITERS: Baby Portable $120 Apply to Miles Cecil, Diall a knife. All this will be fresh ing. There is the second on the Vocicen, MV. T.B. Radar, M.V. Daer- Barbades
The public are Hereby warne a against standard Portable $195, Desk Models ; 18.4. 52—12n a pou pK: and I need not go 15th. It is put to you on behalf . wood, M.V. Canadian Constructor, 8.8.|S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” ; HALIFAX Apri ath april sara,
giving credit to my wile, i Pos Y F = rr used md Sunreel $.8. “ALCOA POINTER” ‘ 7 OTREA. ay
neq IFILL) as.1 do not oid myself ~~ won a Coe: a CHANCERY SALE ori it again. Bkeete t you the accuse that mete, S00 nd cau $8. A PON MO ‘Apri och tay th
rere any debt or debts in iny name | ——— At Registrar's Office, Pubile | Bulld- thi used with the knife Statement is an amp S.S. POLYTRADER, 4,099 tons net,|5.S. “A STEAMER” pee ‘) “MONTREAL May 30th June 9th
tracting any debt or debts in my name - ines, on Fridas, 1st ‘Aptil, at 1.45 p.m. he saw e ace the ad seateadnt and the ee: s WROLXTRADER, (4.009, tons, STEA NTREA.
Unless bye writtes ocr iin, MISCELLANEOUS Dwellinghouse éalied “AVEDON” stand-| ¢wice. On one occasion he said -oon4 statement containing “Mv. DABRWOOD, 9% tons net; Capt. NORTHBOUND Due Barbado
HORACE oreo ¢ D & DAHLIA’ —Orders are |e "Re ik St ‘Michael “ewe soniee at was ih hls pocket sfd on on more than the first is‘not due to Wells, from St, ia. S.S. “TINDRA” oie April 18th For St. John, N.B. and St.
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one else contracting any debt or debts] pop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also| at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on oride iev ily hi which throwing the stone by the dee Sf A 2 ; es ERVI
fn my néme‘tftess by a written order | pressure Moye parts. moauiss frae, Grse FriGns the 1stk rare Wy re. ore ee ceased. The defence 8 put that capt. wien tee yr pa ae ons
i b es Company, . | UPLAND, venue, . yi .
mg her “So ELI0T saNDIFC Phone. 2606. ed 20.3.52—t.f.n. | residence of the ze eee yee ole Naomi White’s evidence has been the sean wr pe the ee
ek pial Nat eee eee | aL ies eee Sas eases . In the pre- of the first and the two should be
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myself resporsitte for her or anyone esc | England's leading Daily Newspaper now COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. to regard their demeanour and rel started hit as to whether the accused
contracting 4 pbt or debts in m) | orriving in Barbados by Air only a few 6.4.52—Tn. | how they give their evidence, so woman took a stone and anaes guilty of murder or guilty of UN
name unless by a written erder signed } de after publication in indon, Con- - 2 with hér. She says she made a with it, he pulls out the e manslaughter, CENTRAL EMPORI M
and JOHN M._ PLO Lostt Revebeentenwe:’ Wal ie.” oe i pi Lr epnsek oF Nehude statement to the police just after and stabs her with it, _ = The verdict must be unani-
" uBaview, St is. Y Late, f-4.t.2. Lena beanptis. ta. the estate of T A.|the but was never ia evidence: os mui mous, Jnet # to say yoo oe Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.
patuiocsteril 4, 82—2n . —— Herbert, (deceased). , ealled to téstify in Court. You refully considered. These , agree; each one of y' "
PUBLIC SALES | PURLIC NOTICES | 9:0: Srneing on" hides ge'io [saw her ang heard her and wil) Sr0Tataments taker” by the BO- Cowrfor the Yetta, batons arses en
P day of April, at 2 p.m. a ie ce 0! wi . li and are ut in evidence, ; ;
{he undersigned, Yacas Street, Bridge: byou accept her evidence about the Cuite ‘rightly by the Prosecution Eiosing ‘his sum up, His Lord-\{{ REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM \
AUCTION : a. CARRINGTON & SEALY, “i she saw se ceakt ot as it is thei? duty. ship reiterated his points about |} ‘
Dy instructionseot the Insurance Co Warning to the Public 24.8%-én.|and the time when she Sou will baneiiar the evisines cttecmn tail Eeleaee te
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GENERAL IOtOn non 0. ELSON Th Episcopal Orthodox Chureh| “LE TOUQUBT” — well. Coast. 144 would have been impossible for from every angle, discuss it make a reasonable man lose his
STREFT, one (1) A.40 Austin Sedan Car,| Fpiscopate is in its 21th year in Barbados {Drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, the account of what took place ®MOng yourselves, reason out the self control. He then invited the

damaged-in accident, Terma ensh,
WARCHER McKENZIE.
13.4.52—4n

_|running water, electric light and tele- ments put to you by the de- jury to retire and consider their
belles Vian Bi Maciinieid beeliaaen ae phone, A nite property standing on given by the accused in the state- foes Sad ye atiees tna make Verdict.
Countny Road, St. Erwin’s Parish Church, |#Pout 2 acres of te in Se bia et, | Ment to the police to be possibly up your aie’ as to what your After 48 minutes’ deliberation,
tet hece AMMA hy adie fae [Mier eee EReIE SEMAED Ot ira above Wi bp tum toraae wet Ue: verdict can be in this statement. the jury returned a verdict of
King to sell at her house at Orange | The Clergymen are: auction at the offices of the undersigned one Shesat cael tate tha hoa Tt is a solemn duty you have to guilty of murder and Lashley

Street, Speightstown at 1.30 p.m. on| Suffragan Bishop Frederick Johansen | Friday, 2nd May, 1952, at 2 p.m, erform as the case is very Seri- was condemned to be hanged.
Thursday next 17th April her household Hinkson, O.H.P., Pounder of St. in’s| Applications for permission to view) drank beer, had a time as he puts p
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. DARCY A, ScorT, | Denomination ize Gevavers. town, consisting of 2.808 square feet ot slate, That would. not be suffi-| Tenders for the Manufacture of Uniforms for Messengers the purchase price for anything bought and reiurn- }
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he Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
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iN Ora area and yet within walking distance | there is what is put to you on the | day the 19 A
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he Sel oR order, Terns!» neancs: ws Solicitors, | death, you will consider not only} ing in the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars for the due per- We have goods galore, such as : ;

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VINCENT GRIFFITH, { land called or known as Half Acre |Â¥#"d. stands on 8879 square feet of land

; , Inspection on application at the prem-| Passionate loss of temper which
Auctioneer. Heitor iy ae ee ino ae ee ises any day between a to 5 except} would reduce crime from murder |
19.4.82—4n. | eoint Lucey and Island of Barbados afore- Saturdays and Sundays. }

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17.4.52—an, |"ny Tuesday, or Friday between the Haynes was not willing to take Being oil-bound, easy of application
. hours of 12 (noon) and 3 o’elock in the LOST his word for it when the boys and of outstanding ESS :
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si | Court House, Bridgetown, before the 30th Bway Beach Finge! Wideen “battant accused went to the standpipe and ¢ interior decorative purposes where
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— , otherwise ituch | persons will be precluded Led nie si oP —. eeu; ‘ oe STOCKED BY ALL THE
: 4 rom My ni oO Decree, says
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cool state of mind and shows that
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her. One describes it as a strug-
gle and they all say what they
saw, anyway, the fact remains
that they were 33 wounds in the
vomauy body. One wound punc.
tured the heart, one the lungs,
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9.4.52—2p i eer

Ieceeee a call OFFICIAL SALE
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saa Trench Mouth
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NOTICE APPEAL i
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—Plaintiff
ment om 1/- slot meters who hav ORNESTA LAVAN SCANTLEBURY
recelve@ credit slips fo rebate Defendant
We sha® be giad if you will call NOTICE ts hereby given that by vir-
toe of an Order of the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated the Tth day of February



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ties Master to teach Middle
sel and.there were others in va- (a) 4 ee are and Mathematics
December on as possible )2 there will be set up for sale to the rious parts of her head and neck th) A vate Nedeae to teach Latin to H.S.C, standard and
Payabl€; Mondays to Fridays ghest bidder at the Office of the Clerk After this he throws the knife i. English to Middle and Lower Forms ) ich \
= between 8.20 to 10 a.m { the Aasistant Court of Appeal at the away, Tt ‘is disc subse- Ghlabieg keterding to Gove nit's agpeoved scala The eee wh ie
and between 32 o'clock to 1.20 p.m ourt House, Bridgetown, between the overed Tame \ Refrig tor ten

urs of 12 (noon) and 2 o’el in_ the

quently in Government grounds. Applications to reach—Secretary, Beckford & Smith's School,

He goes at Haynes at the reser-



Spanish Town P.O., not later than 10th May, 1952.













ternoon on Friday, the 2nd day of May































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|. Ne nl KK years ago caused the Bajan »
1 ALL THAT certain piece or parce) ; voir h ut t { . Y
emmmmme, | it Ger te cle ce te 1 Obeli6s extelates : \
A | ormerly part of the lands of Picke: Bleeding gums, Sore mouth, or loose a 1} \
}ipe@s Plantation) situate in the parish of} .ceth mean fiat you are a victim of Pyor- | not so provoked as to lose his d} “H ‘a ‘ Looka Fi 1
ORI ENTAL } Saint Luey and Island of Barbados afore-} hes of Prench Mouth, or some had dishage self control and in any case it was } ey! ey! ate Wa
j cS gcumtatning bs estimation, to nding | jut teeth ang have to wear false teeth | not sufficient — provocation to } fake ice!”
sa {*% threat sides on lands of Pickerings Bas uien ee, Sie be a, ae make a reasonable man lose his \ . m
PALACE | Fiontation and on the Public fond or frroagnout the world 29 that now scien self control under the cireum- \ é E
howevei els the ay abut ana teste say that four out of e s b )
: i | sun together “ath the messuage or ace sufferers | sooner or later. arned im eo Se tai: A ilaey aida ({ gs here agatr oe =
SR ASDUVENTKS C8 {| insaine ‘sod‘ocing wis te. appurten: | i [ee aes Ruieesute paket | ment Inde by the accused which ° }
a ance h id the said] 4; ‘ 1 :
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’ Until ‘the seme 18 OUR for wun not lesa) een dees Gediies tas tee | NOTICE $ BURNER (Green) 6s needs of those who cannot avail themselves of ,the
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PAGE EIGHT
LAWN TENNIS:

Savannah Team
Invited To Tour
Trinidad

SAVANNAH CLUB et al have accepted an ‘invitation
from Tranquillity Club of Trinidad to send a tennis team

to Tranquillity to resume the
Clubs.

The Savannah team wil
the 22nd May, and the tourr
May.

Hames Defeat
Carlton 4—1

Notre Dame beat Carlton four
gals to one in their Second Divi-
Bion Football match at Queen's
Park. yesterday afternoon.

Carlton defended the Lake end,
and Notre Dame touched off.

For the first few minutes, play
was concentrated in mid-field;
then Carlton had a narrow escape
when Forde centred to the goal-

keeper. He pushed the ball
straight to one of Notre Dames’s
forwards who kicked it right
back to him.

Both teams kicked the ball to

and fro without scoring until
late in the second half: then
Forde, who had been sending

across some good shots from the
left side, passed the ball to Parris
who scored the first goal of the
match for Notre Dame

Forde also figured in the sec(nd
goal when he’ kicked the ball from
the left side to rightwinger Seale
who made no mistake with a
first time shot. Seale scored the
third goal when he got a pass
from Parris, beat both backs and
Scored with a hard shot, Notre
Dame relaxed a little, and play-
ers of both sides were guilty of
foul play on several occasions.

Carlton got their goal when
both backs miskicked, G. Huteh-
inson ran through and beat the
goal-keeper who came running
out of the goal. Shortly after
Parris scored again,

In the second half McKenzic
took Straker’s place between the
uprights. The game resolved itself
into a struggle where each team
seemed to try to make more mis-
takes than the other.

Then"Notre Dame pulled them-
pelves together.. Seale centred
head-high to Nurse who headed

goalwards, but the goal-keeper
Saved.

Carlton tried hard to score
again, but their efforts were

either nullified by the backs, or
they kicked the ball outside.
The game er ded without further

scoring.
The teams were:—
Carlton: Straker, Alleyne, K.

Hutchinson, Porter, Bagot, Connor,
Chandler, H. Cox, (Capt.), G.
Hutchinson, White, McKenzie,

Notre Dame: Straughn, Doyle,
Cumberbatch, Grannum, Barker,
Maitland, Forde, Nurse (Capt.),
Parris, Headley, Seale.

The referee was Mr. E. Amory.



Windwards
Inter-School
Sports Today

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST, GEORGE'S, April 12,

Secondary schools of the four
Windward Islands meet here next
week for the annual inter-school
sports, starting April 17, with
athletics,

For the first time the Presenta-
tion College will be represented in
the Grenada side, contributing two
members of the local eighteen, the
remainder being from the Grenada

Boys’ Secondary School. Captain
of the local side is William
Gittens.

Besides athletics, cricket, foot-
ball and tennis will be played, the
tournament lasting two weeks.
Numerous entertainments have
been arranged for the visitors,



Summerhayes Lawn
Tennis Results

Men’s Doubles

C. R. E. Warner and J, L, Parris
beat J. C. Barker and L. A
Harrison 2—6, 6—2, 6-—0, 6—2,

The match between Col Duke
and Dr. A. S. Cato vs A. B.
Hutchinson and L. G, Hutchinson
was again unfinished. This will be
replayed on Saturday next when
play will start at 4 p.m.

The other Men’s Doubles match
on Saturday will be E. R. Atkinson
and D. A, Wiles vs V. H. Chenery
and Hon, V. C. Gale.

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GETTING THEM FABULOUS

tournaments between the two

1 probably leaye Barbados on
1ament will begin on the 24th
Peter Patterson has been ap-
cinted Captain of the iocal team,
sand with Donald Barnes and Miss
D. Wood, will form the selection
committee. Inasmuch as the Belle-
vile and Savannah tournaments
hove just been completed, it
would seem that veny few
actices need be held, and the
team could be picked on the re-

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silts of the two tournaments. t

In the ladies’ section Miss Gwen

P lgrim stands out as an obvious;

choice, and if Miss Wood and Mra,
Bincroft are available, only one
more lady need be found, In the
erse of the men, the three Brandon
Cup selectees, Erie Taylor, D.
Trimingham and D. Worme, will
be certain of selection. Dr.
Charlie Manning and Peter Pat-
terson are also players who every-
one will agree should be on the
team, and this will leave room for
only one more man. §t. Hill, who
has just played for Wanderers in
St. Vincent, the left-hander Geof-
frey Manning, or D, Lawless
should make up the number,

Of the local players mentioned
above, Miss Wood and Eric Taylor

have been competing in these
tournaments since 1937, Peter
Pitterson since 1941, and Mrs.

Bancroft since 1944.- D, Triming-
ham played for Savannah in 1939
and 1940, but then lett the island
for several years. The local team,
if they are all available, should be
a strong one, and the tourna-
s awaited with interest.
nistory ot these tourna-
between the two Clubs is




The
ments
very interesting. The first tourna-

ment was held in Barbados in
1922, when Dr, J. Baeza, now a
resident of the island, captained a
Tranquillity team against a Savan-
nah team which included the
Challenor brothers, Tim Tarilton,
K. and E. S. Mason. The local
team won nine matches to one,
Since then the tournament has
been held annually except for
1942, 43, and 51.

Twenty-seven tournaments have
been held, Tranquillity winning
twenty and Savannah-_seven, All
of Savannah's victories have been
in Barbados, and they are yet to
win a tournament in Trinidad.
The nearest approach to victory
was in 1941, when. they. lost

* thirteen matches to twelve, the last

match, a doubles, going to two sets
all before Trancuillity clinched
the tournament.

Preparing. For
Tennis Lsvasion

By CHARLES STEPHEN

LONDON, April 3

The overseas tennis stars who
invade Britain every summer, and
Jeave with practically every
major trophy, will shortly be ar-
riving again to do battle,

One of the first to come will be
Frank Sedgman, who virtually
wen the Davis Cup for Australia
ast year. Frank is ranked as the
world’s No, 1 player, but has yet
to prove this by winning Wimble-
don.

His first appearance will be in
the Sutton Hard Courts tourna-
ment commencing on April 21. At
present he is in Rome, playing in
the Italian championships, but will
fly to London with his wife June,
whont he will partner in the
mixed doubles. ia a

The holder of the’ Sutton singles
title is Britain’s Tony Mottram,
who on his day ranks with the best
in the world, Unfortunately for
‘ony and for Britain, it is only
on rare occasions that he rises to
‘he heights as when he defeated
‘ereslay Drobny, the brilliant

‘zech. at Wimbledon last year.

With Geoff Paish, it seems that

lottram will have to bear the

runt of the overseas challenge





Rovers, Everton
Will Play Game

THROUGH a misunderstanding
between the Fixture Committge
and the Pickwick Seeretary,
Pickwick-Rovers did not turn up
at Queen’s Park on Tuesday for
their Second Division football
ime with Everton.
This match will be
yme future date

played at

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POR TS BOXING

ROUND-UP Buxton May Meet
LONDON.

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REG HARRIS and GEOFF Turpin Again For
DUKE the fastest men in the . .
world on two wheels, may soon Cr »
oppose each other on four. Harris, uiser Title
world cycle sprint ace, and Duke . *
world motor cycle champion, By Wonton hea 3
peve nee ceycenes. - eee Randoiph Turpin’ (middle-
tet : magpie ore AP weight) v Alex Buxton (middle-
y to compete in an exhibition \oient) may be the billing for a

ace at the Si rstone track on ae ; :

racing last year as a hobby, and et. Kida” ania sh : Hj
as yet jt is still a hobby with 2. US, recent victory Gaver
him. Geoff, on the other hand cruiser-weight Reg Spring, Wat-

ford middle-weight Buxton
showed he would be a match for
most of the light’ heavies in
Britain,

Thus, if at the White City.on
June 10 Turpin beats Cockell—
and this is by no means outside
the bounds of possibility—the cu-
rious position of an all-middle-
weight fight for the cruiser-
weight championship may arise,

Alex—a born fighter who just
loves a scrap—does not mind who
he fights. “Let 'em ali come” is
his motto,

But manager Jim Wicks hag
some very definite ideas on the

has been interested for some time,
and may appear in top flight
racing at the British Automobile
Club’s meeting at Goodwood on
Easter Monday. He has been
asked to drive for the Aston
Martin team.

CRICKET

VIJAY MERCHANT, former
Indian Test captain and openirfy
batsman, may play for India
again, in their tour of England
this summer. Merchant, who is
turned 40 years of age, is coming
to England this year for a medi-
cal pce et if the outcome
is favourable he may offer his subject. When I spoke to him
service to the tourists. He hs after the fight he told me that
not ee ss yen cricket No, 1 priority on the list is a
since receiving a shoulder injury return with Turpin for the
in the first Test against England middie-weight title, and then a
in the recent MCC tour, If he fight with ‘Sugar’ Ray Robinson
is pronounced fit, then it is likely fo. his world crown
that India will be only too glad to If Turpin beats ‘Cockell and
call upon him. They have velinquishes his middle-weight
already lost the services of one title, Wicks still wants to arrange
of their other most experienced the match Alternativel iy
players, Vinnoo Mankad the all- Gockel! wins, and Buxton cannot
rounder who will play in Lan- get a fight with Turpin, he will

‘ockell

cashire League cricket this season, oy Cc :
BOXING But will pay Alex to remain

BILLY WELLS, the West Afri- jn the middle-weight division,
ean boxer who has just arrived for he is at his best when scaling
in Britain, is unknown Outsid? eleyen stone five or six.
the Gold Coast. But as he won Solution may be found in
the welter-weight championship «yerseas competition. If plans to
of West Africa by beating Roy | fight Turpin or Cockell fall
Ankarah, the present Empire | through, there is a possibility that
feather-weight champion, this) Alex will be matched with

State of affairs should soOn be| American Rocky Graziano,—L.E.S.
rectified. When he beat Ankrah,

Wells had over a stone in weight

advantage. However, he has
frequently given away weight
to opponents. Before the West|

African Boxing Board introduced
the ‘one-man-One-title’ ruling, he!
held the welter, middle and/
heavy-weight titles. On his way
to becoming heavy-weight cham-}
pion, Billy’met an 18-stoner.
OLYMPICS

LAURI SAART, a_ Finnish
engineer, will be responsible for
the 70,000 crowd at Helsinki this
summer, having all the latest
information of the progress of the
vame at a glance. Results will
be shown on a giant electric score
board designed by Saart. This
massive indicator which is 39ft.
long and 18ft. high contains no
fewer than 7,000 bulbs. The
writing will be operated from a
typewriter keyboOard which is
connected to the bulbs by cables.
This involves the wiring of 140,000
circuits,

SOCCER

SURPRISE of the League clubs’!
reeent get-together in Manchester
was the enthusiastic support for |
the ‘four-up-four-down’ promo-
tion and relegation plan suggested
by~Tottenham. 'Spurs will not] y
officially move the change at the] {|
annual general meeting in London
in June. Unfortunately for the
Third _ Division — elubs, who
naturally are keen on the idea,
they will not enjoy the full power .
a London which they had at
Manchester. Their voting power
at the annual meetings is cut







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HE SAID GOOD MORNING





Stalin’s Athletes
Will Show World

HOW strong is the challenge which the Russians are
preparing for the Helsinki Olympic Games this sum-
mer? HYLTON CLEAVER has interviewed men who
have seen the Russians in training. Here is his ans

THE Russians are to enter for every event in the Olym-
pie Games at Helsinki in July, so at once we find anxiety
here—and elsewhere. Everything is going to be spoiled, say
many people. But why should it be?

The Russians showed excellent sportsmanship in the
European Championships at Brussels in 1950; and we ean
beat them, as we did then.

Russia’s entry into world sport is a healthy and hopeful
sympton at a time of malady. :

At Brussels, Russia won six gold medals five silver and

, Six bronze—most of them going to women.

Britain won eight gold medals, three silver and six
bronze, most of them going to men. But why worry about
what rod in pickle Russia has fer us now? This is sport,

not politics.
at No fuss the track at one end is a practice

Wh . Sech r preat
ao... Sochetera, ne red entrance is a spread mat intended

sprinter, was beaten by Fanny :
Blankers-Koen in the 100 and 200 tor wrestling, but used for gym-
metres she was the first to offer "astie by 11 players,

her hand; and when U.S.S.R. were

mistakenly placed seeond in the Schools first ily to
women’s relay, and the slow- _ This hall is availa daily
motion film showed that June 1,000 athigtes from 9 am. till

midnight, First come the schools,
then the university students, lastly
workers,

the
Footbal] Club

Foulds had really snatehed this
distinction for England, the
Russians returned their medals
without fuss,

The Russian team seemed aloof,
partly because they spoke no lan-
guage but their own and few
others spoke Russian, but chiefly
because they were regimented.

I have been hearing from Aarc
Lane, sports editor of a Finnish
newspaper, who recently stayed 10
days in Leningrad and Moscow at
the invitation of the Soviet Sports
Committee, Lane says that Soviet

In the Dynamo
premises the doctor alone has
control of 12 rooms, including a
fully equipped dispensary, an X-
ray department, and an artificial
sun-room.

In the gymnasium the floor is
covered by an immense and mapas)
ficent Persian carpet, There are
five of these in stock, all one inch
thick.

Valdimir

Lawrushenko, most

;j o the horse,
sports life bears a stamp of talented gymnast on |
mystery, not only to the outside 2dmitted to Aaro Lane that -
world. Russians have only a_superficia

Collecting autographs is un- knowledge. of obligatory move-

ments in the Olympic Games, Yet |
Lane saw him execute the final
part of the obligatory on parallel |
bars perfectly. |

Meanwhile, Helsinki has been |
visited by two representatives of |
the Soviet sports committee in|
order to acquaint themselves with
the conditions.

The vice-chairman of this sports |
committee told Lane that in the |
whole of Russia there are 400,000)
active wrestlers and 18 million|
young athletes — not including}
school or university students. At
all the 11 es Rap are |
. four-year courses for the degree —
athletes abroad cannot adapt their 5 stigtien teacher and Siar ibe
ideas to interviews, They expect structional institutes as well.
the same quiet exclusive atmos- : }
phere as at home. Preparation Magic? No
for sport is for them as studious @ = Aaro Lane, who went to Moscow
matter as reading books. saw athletes training in one cen-

At training time discussions are 4-9) spot. I am quite sure that if
held and advice is given in a one Russian came here we should
whisper. One movement of the show him a great deal more than
coach's hand, one blast on the that, beginning with the Boat
whistle commands utter silence. Race, and ending with the Cup
Instructions are carried out im- inal, We also could show him the
mediately, Every aotion by the -gmmittee rooms at Twickenham
athlete shows absolute concentra- 5, the dressing accommodation at
ee ingrad’s indoor hall was et

senin. Ss r § ; ,
built in 1892 and used first as a _ ! am convinced that there is no
riding track, By 1949 it was ready sic about the Russian prepara-

2 fens thletic events, “on for Helsinki, which is nothing
for 14 different a Pisin aanetars ee 1 ane
it now has a 250 metre track pre Me oo eh oe ane ;
with three standard-size lanes, i people,
dirt-surfaced with a layer of #â„¢M equally sure that their finest

rushed coalé athletes are no more to be feared
¢ than ours, and are just as human,

The centre can be partitioned World Copyright Reserved
off by nets for football. Ouside —LE.S.

known to the youth of the U.SS.R,
Lane never saw a photographer
in the swimming baths, where
high-standard water polo was
being played between six teams
in a series. Nor were the results
of matches published next day.
The first catch-as-catech-can
wrestling match between Finland
and Russia ended in a victory for
the Russians by 8—0, but in the
Press was only a single paragraph.
Not one Russian sports writer had
any questions to put to the Finns.

So studious
Here is one reason why Soviet

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THURSDAY, APRIL 17,

Cyele And Athletic |

Meet Today

The Amateur Athletic Associa-
tion of Barbados is _ holding
another Jocal Cycle and Athletic
Championship Meeting at Kens-
ington Oval today beginning at
12.30 pm,

The majority of the ciubs have
entered for the Meeting and it is
anticipated that it will be a day
e{ keen rivalry. In the flat races
the Police have entered Archer,

and Blenman to compete
against teams from Harrison Col-
lege; Notre Dame, Foundation Old
Boys, Modern High school and
other clubs.

In the Cycling Department, Ken
Farnum, ace Barbadian cyclist,
will be riding for Cable & Wire-
less while his rivals M. Carmi-
chael, D.

pushing

and Police respectively. Four “A” |

class eyclists will not be taking
Meeting

part in this and this wil)
mean that quite a small number
of “A” Class will be facing
the starter "



CRICKET TEAM
INTRANSIT

The Merchants Cricket team of
Trinidad which is touring
Dominica later this month will
arrive in Barbados on Friday
morning.

The visitors will be guests of

the Barbados Cricket Association
at a Luncheon later in the day.

The team wil! embark on the
M.V. Moneka around 5 p.m, the
same day.

The Merchants Team is
skippered by Kedar Richki and

managed by Ken Laughlin.

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1952

WEATHER REPORT |

YESTERDAY

Rainfall from Codrington: Nil

Total rainfall for month to
date:, 1.90 ins

Highest Temperature: 85.5 °F

Lowest Temperature: 71.0 °F

Wind Velocity: 11 miles per
hour

Barometer (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.873

29.955

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5.48 a.m
Sunset: 6.14 p.m.
Moon: Full, April 10
Lighting: 6.30 p.m ;
High Tide: 9.19 a.m., 11.24 p.m. |
Low Tide: 3.01 a.m., 4.35 pm. |

Sunrise:









WHAT'S ON TODAY

! Court of Grand Sessions — 10

! a.m.

| Athletic Sports at Kensington
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| 12.30 p.m.

Meeting of St. Thomas Vestry
1.00 p.m.

Meeting of St. Michael’s Ves
try—2.00 p.m.

Lecture at St. John’s Cultural
Association—-7.00 p.m.

Mobile Cinema, Chapel Plan-
tation, St. Philip
| p.m.

- 7.30

Police Banc Concert, Bay
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Popular Spot Pensioners = “2228 ater the stabbing to hill or do grievous bodily harm Coal Quota





; ; " brovoked by the conduct of the 22-year-old labourer Rudolph sent him for three cartons of
showed he had intended to kill which is likely to result in death. ;

H And in order to get at the in deceased woman at the time of the ioaree of eens Poe ‘Trumpeter cigarettes.
rte. at a rk “sons ichael to three m s’ i s-
RESIDENTS of the Garden, We Malone for the defence tention of the accused and to say xinead, a che a re @ From Page 1 onment with hard labour for at- Investigations were made and
Mount Standfast and other dis- _ THE St. James Vestry should again asked the jury not to ac- Whether that wicked intention “°Ul4 have lost his self control.
tricts of St. James are finding S¢e to it that all their adult pen- ’

o ae once began on lith March and con- tempting to obtain three cartons the story of Clarke was found to
cept the evidence of thre>ts as ©@Xisted, you will examine all the ene eda ee ee tinued until the 17th when im of cigarettes from the Knight’s be incorrect. The Police then
evidence in the case because .the Setiaeeete aaenien you have heara Order to get negotiations started, Phoenix Pharmacy by making arrested Clarke.

the “Fox Club” at the Garden a SiOners get nothing less than three > nm :
very. useful place for indoor Shillings per week, Mr. J. M. they were uncorroborated for the







: : . ‘ ‘ . main issue that you have to the workers were ordered to re- fojce statements. Keeper of the crimtnal record
games. These districts are very CTick said at a meeting yesterday. ee Rees er esed Laan as the case as "procesiane a Beet ae trae, ee ae turn to work, The prosecution alleged thgt told the court that Clarke has a
thickly populated and the Fox ar Crick took th tunity statement of the fight and on that *4y Whether there was that MG what tock place at the time j 2°, Stike his been. the sub-{ clarke went into the Phoenix bad record.
Club is the only place which 4, raise the ‘oy ee ee wa ground believe that there was &@ intention or whether th Sone <7 piace at the time ject of a Fact Finding Commis- ‘ ne bins ig i all
affords recreation. Vestry “ae Pmt a a 6 he sufielent: provocating: " Wicked intention is negatived ©f the actual occurrence and You sion set up under the Chairman-| ———- ~
The Club was opened in 1947 mates on which thay’ pro ane « His Lordship in summing up because of the circumstances sygh’ Will regollect the threats. So that ship of Sir Clement Malone, }
by Mr. Donald Hinds.’ At that jay the rates a 1952-83 eS a paid , as a sudden quarrel which it jg !{ you are satisfied with the evi- comprised of Mr. Hagely: ~
time it had only 37 members but that provision should be made at Mr. Foreman and gentlemen of PUt to you has taken place, : dence which goes to show that the Labour Commissioner: of renad
to-day the membership is nearly the estimates to make it ssibl the jury, the accused is charged ‘then this provocation, accused had for some considerable and Mr. Pearson, Labour Advise:
150. Of that figure, 38 take an for each of them to get es a Mes the teipaie of Binine Sovte Malice time delivered threats to kill to the Windward Islands’ Govern
interest in_table tennis. week, © PS ‘om the lith January last. The Now malice afoiethought is Elmina Hoyte +and eventual.y ment. to Se onthe sane Give yoursel
a Table Teanie Cheenn He pointed out that some of the defence to that charge is not a either expressed or implied, and killed her as is admitted by the to take evidence on the 28th o

‘}, adult pensioners of the parish denial of the killi ina ‘expressed malice is evidence, defence, that would mean you are March, elght days after work b
of the Club. Soon members will were still. ge ing 2/- per a Hovte 4 ee deeuaee SP. citner cuch as is alleged here—by Satisfied that there was expressed his union haa been fully resumed,
be playing again for both the A which was of little or no use to denied. But the defence is that threats—or a.person lying in wait malice. And that expressed malice, oe. one oe tne joviceese be $ reng
and B Class Championships. thems He felt that it was impos- under the circumstances of the fF another, In'the circumstances if proved, the law says, would Wednesday last. The report i

i. Sible for any man or woman to ¢ase. g ich Of this particular case and it “is prevent any question of provoca- "OW being awaited,
The Club has entered two di- have at least tea in the morniiie, case, and on the evidence which 3

ty ; i fei Since then, a request by the
ions in the B.T.T.A. t - ; you have heard, your verdict ‘™Plied or may be implied tion arising such as would reduce d il
mente The Division 4 tenm is 2 heavy meal frond, mid-day should be, not guilty of murder, the | circumstances surrounding the eyidence to manslaughter. fon, tee bee aie of on Avbities Ww a
skippered by Charles Hendy and 224 tea again at night on less but guilty of manslaughter, There- the killing that there are no ex* And so, considering the evidence
the Division I by Girwood Licc- than 11/~ a week and so no one

E fore there is no need for certair creme malice in the form of as regards to threats, you will tion Tribunal .was refused by the
rish. Last year the Club was $OUld have said that asking for of the evidence, such as the evi- treats and lying’ in wait, with

veigt refully the points put to Administrator of St. Lucia, pend-
ns : ; a ; stabhi : ayn Vols carefully the pc ing the report of the Fact Find B 0 Vv R |
only able to euter a Division I o/~ vt week was asking too dence concerning the blood being the sudden stabbing of a woman

you by Mr. Malone in which he ing Commission
; 4 : through her heart with a sharp jjvitec v ann , : .
teain but since thai time its play- : ; found on the sccused clothes, be- i Te» invites you not to accept the evi- ‘The strike resulted out of, fail
ers have made rapid strides. Mr. S. A. Walcott said that cause it is not denied by the de- ©48ed instrument though the cir-

id it “Cenee of the witnesses and the ure by the S Prod 3’ As-
: $8,500 were voted last year for “ cumstances show that he did it ““"°® ° F ure ‘by he Sugar ucers’ AS ae be played—a
Next year the Club will be en- ; aon fence that the accused killed El- ‘" sy Crete: evidence with regard threats. The sociation of St. Lucia to recognise When there’s a job to be done or a game to Play:
tering a ladies téam. Already it eet rae it_ was over spent mina Hoyte. without threats, the law would ro



: “ . main point, or one of the main the Roseau Peasants and Work- B ss best drinks. rich beefy
has five good lady players. The pombere te miele Pht on the “It is the duty of the Prosecution wage ees. yo about a sudden POMS, he puts to you is—here are ers’ Union which had made. de cup of hh the very of 1” :
champion. Patricia Austin, is a ; - © Poor to establish the guilt of the accused ww ut a sudden these two people, the accused and mands for increased wages fro flavour sends a welcome glow through you; its beefy
pupil of Queen's College. She will ean ieee to a to your satisfaction. beyond a eens. oe pea Aght a the deceased, during the time 98 cents per day for men to $2.0( life iato u. There's nothing sike
most likely skipper the ladies two or three shillings were in. Teasonable doubt before you con- fight is a reasonable, sudden fight these threats are supposed to bo a day, and from 72 cents a da; goodness puts new life into yo
team. 2 tended to entirely support an Vict And if, with the two alterna-

Apart from Table Tennis, the : M4

after a quarrel, it may be that if @elivered, still on friendly terms for women to $1.44 per day, th

adult for a week. But the fact tive charges before you, there is one kills the other, he may be With each other, not in the sense Cther Unions having — signed

Club also holds tournaments in that the money was overspent ® reasonable doubt as to whether

dominoes, draughts and bridge.

i Bovril to build you up and sustain you.

convicted of manslaughter: but f living in the same house, but Contract with the Sugar Produc:

i : showed that nothing was he the circumstances indicate mur- each case mus in its being seen about together oc- rs to work for $1.22 per day
Earlier this month a team from from the Saatlonget Id back der, then you find him guilty of own atin cae -& pry Sl casicnally. And there is that bit on Brown said there was als:
Bank Hall a viens in a “the Vestry did not decide as Manslaughter, and as has been put to you, it Of evidence that Elmina Hoyte still wine inerenicn MateaaiS i
smoad rae nile tables Fox Clut. their policy that all adult pension- Sudden Quarrel ee not neice a crime from ee potte in wae eo Roseau Peasants and Worker HEALTH IN EVERY BOTTI
led by six rubbers. ers would get 3/- per week, but Now the defence puts it to you Murder to manslaughter if atte ee Tt at ne es Union’ Were based 9n the corres =
y passed $27,732.32 as poor relief that there was a sudden quarrel ® SUdden quarrel one man struck if you can accept the evidence of ponding increases received by ‘the
The Club once sponsored box- for the ensuing year. between the two parties; that the other with his fist and the these witnesses who gave evidence y



producers who were also th
ing. It is expected that this will Before they completed laying there was provocation operating eater mt a revolver and about the threats when they were growers of canes, on the pric:
be revived shortly. Many ‘popu- the estimates, they adjourned un- in the mind of the accused which t th aa a I said peters, Still on such good terms, paid them for the 1952 crop over
lar boxers such as “Sugar Ray til Monday at 12 noon. was sufficient in itself to negative ° S caedie ar ae







ri h i Now I small not deai with each the 1950 crop.
Robinson,” Belfield Kid and Ken- a wicked intention which is a on the Se ee the ent which of these witnesses separately, but Mr. Brown who is also a rep- Te
ny Seaman were seen in action necessary ingredient or element in Sa €: th iis another, it may you will remember the criucusms resentative of the Legislative sf
in the Club's ring. ° I ° Into the charge of murder. As you itt 8 f e otal Sao find him vayanced by Mr. Malone with re- Council on the Central Housings
Mock Trials and debates are nquiry heard, murder is the intentional 8" inden enseughter and not yara tnese wimesses who give Authority. which among othe)
regularly held in the Club’s spa- e 6 . . and deliberate killing of one per- © ™UT@€?. evidence of the threats. You will things looks after Slum clearance
cious hall which is equipped with Musician s Death son by another and if one man Provocation rememoer he says that Aibertna Said that all the houses and al
notice board, benches and radio.

e 1 7 ‘ kills another and there is evidence Now provocation. Provocation, ‘lu.i mother of hoyte, ana oxeewe the Government Offices, excep’
k Within ms ae were 3 = pee? Again Adjourned of malice aforethought, as the law if it is there, negatives a wicked alier the case of the Court oi for the Town Hall and the Post
nown as the Pioneer Group. Mr.

ae: #10 describes it, the person killing is intention which I have mentioned, Appeal, on the stairs, that they Office, have now been complete:
Colvin Leslie is in charge of this His Worship Mr. C..L. Walwyn, guilty of murder, For your pur- the wicked intention to kill or to were prejudiced in tavour of ine i" the Castries rebuilding “pro-
group which consists of about 19 Acting Goroser of District “a” Pose in this case, malice afore- do grevious bodily harm; and the accused woman — one being the 8™@mme, .
girls. They are taught handi- yesterday further adjourneq the thought means a wicked intention, provocation must be of such a moiner and the other a frieua wao , The Houses are being comin:
craft. : inquest touching the death of &M intention to kill or an inten- kind as would make a reasonable acted on behalf of Elmini, Hoye— or - large section of the workin:
eral’ Mesting inst ae ats yi Arnold Meanwell popular musi- on to do such grievous bodily man lose his self control cd and that you should discard tuen [any ,PPpulation of Castries, at |
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; : harm as would be likely to result S° lose the capacity of forming vidence ‘of threats which were {Nominal rental value based on th
wood | peace wee temecae Sen eee nti in death and death results there- that wicked intention. It is not“) °UC® Of ‘threats which were
resident, r ic ym-

. * °
dence "ot threats which wat® Aggregate amount" nacetiary “i JO seconds!
: E from, So that you need not be C#8e of whether the person coos e ae mee ae + te service the loan, and Government fo ease the strain in sé
monds, Secretary and Mr. Donald — Meanwell died at his home at puzzied as to the definition of charged with the offence of murs, or, Of te stairs of the Court. is not permitted to make an
Hinds, Treasurer. The Commit- Top Rock, Christ Church on this, of murder, and the sise of der loses his temper, is enraged _ Phen you will remember the profit on the scheme, : YS chettes Actions makes you
tee of Management is: Mr. Eus- March 18, 1952, and the next day «he phrase milice aforethought. It With a passion and does the kil- ®Vidence of Herbert, “ioc, wiose The Central Housing Authority gmap for breath, one Ephazone
tace Medford, Mr. Waldo Ram- Dr. A. S. Céto:pertormed.a post i ee — ling. It is whether the provoca- evidence has been severely crilice is also engaged in drawing up | tablet oll 4 in the " the
say, Mr. Vere De Peiza, Mr. Gir- mortem examination at the Bur- tion is of such a kind as would ‘sed and belittled by Mr. Malone. plans for the clearance of other | oxein and effectively. Remem
wood Licorish and Mr. Michael ton’s Parlour. Dr. Cato told the Sé. Joseph Round-up make a retsonable man so lose 4d So also Pilgrim and Augustus slum areas in St. Lucia, | quickly >
Symmonds. court yesterday that death was __





pb makistaie his self control that he did the Phillips. But if you accept the | ber, is fe this strain on the system which



Owing to the popularity of the due to acute alcoholism and liver















’ killing and at the time of the ¢Vidence of the witnesses who Bod cepetayase the Wegest dang
Club the membership is steadily disease. . ; f S deed was not able to form that testified about the threats, it is a ody Off Trade Asthma |
increasing. On Friday night there | Mr. N. Carmichael. Government MAN DIES wicked intention which the law matter entirely for you, you will . heall
will be a Table Tennis Exhibition Anniv, wae was pete ge tote h i requires should exist as an ele- then be satisfied = there is ~ Union Delegate | ve the ling
match between the A and pies 0 e viscera alleged to have is , ment in the charge of murder, expressed ma.ice, the evidence y , agents which dissol stranghng,
teams. A players will give the heen taken from the body of the SUDDENLY Having said this much for the that fact that some of them or any Flo H. germ-laden accumulations in the
Saale gathers fiquid said that in Nis ‘onteton general way of the law, I shal] be of them is saying what is in the wn Honie bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathing.
ae ene, ee ae HERBERT SMALL of Chalky as brief ¢s I can in reminding you mind of the accused and thir " simple too! Nothiris to infe
MERLYN GROUND, a_ small death was caused by drinking Mount, St. Andrew, died sudhen. about the defence. would negative any question of mourni @ From Page 1 The Ephazone treatment is so ple ing ject,
cricket field situated about half quantities of the samples of thd 1, ° on ‘saturds t about 11 The defence is a sudden quarrel provocation on the night of the suite ang Party, dressed in black nothing to inhale. No matter how swiftly or unexpectedly the
mile away from the main road at pose? Rum which were in the two Smaii a middle aged man win th on provecutiolitra cakes follow e Continued on page 6 pont eee fee ne the attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone
Garden, St. James, is once again bottles submitted to him the poreHe . , ir io ~~ e eir union, later re- B hiti a
5 i i pany of other men near —_—— moved the body from Burton’ For rapid relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh,
in the limelight. Bruce Vale Factory in St. An Funeral P, 7 os Sen's
” ; é : - a arlour where : a ly of B ¢ tablets handy!
Years ago ia quae bid be ws drew, when he complained of a rd { ‘ain Churehwarden embalmed, and took it to heaven ee ee eee
ante ee ol ones Ee abe Varied Car, ‘oO headache and before moving oO an where it Was placed on board the
ay reget siites whol tar from 8 fabio the spot he died. A post . plane, FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
i a ° mortem examination was _ per- Of S J ‘
the ground and this might be re Arrives formed later the same ‘day, by t. e ames Ps Devotion To Duty
sponsible for hw — a. Dr. L. S. Tappin P.M.O., St.’ An- aying tribute to his late
The ground is situated in a - L. §&, -M.O., St.

4 hi hes ‘ pee ‘ “des i President, Mr. Cecil Cambridge,
healthy atmosphere, right on the Ships which arrived in Carlisle drew and “death due to natural

; Mr, A. L. Jordan was re-elect- hin He said that he tried to , ~fe :
Bay were unloading varied cargo causes” was the verdict return- aan ar a Sa ; in official of the



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the sea. This however rarely t a f ae roe Starch, APPROXIMATELY 2,000 holi- \yiien the St. James Vestry met privilege and duty it was to give standing leaders His ae oe ys . ie
Gace ha! the’ bowling “oF the tee en cloves, imes, and day-makers invaded Bathsheba yesterday afternoon. He was proper care. ; an example of sacrifice and de- | arama rh ee ae
teams playing is always tight. cocoanuts. She also brought 12 on (Easter Bank Holiday) Mon- proposed by Mr. S. A. Walcott He said that, with the excep- yotion to the cause, of not only

Saale’ antes Sunday cricket P&@ssengers. day and enjoyed themselves im- and seconded by Mr. J. H. Wil- tion of the rectory, the other (he ‘Trade Union Mivainest ase
sates ole aaa? <6 Merlyn ,,2h¢ Polytrader brought sar- mensely. Cars, lorries and ’buses jinson, parochial buildings were quite in ;

also of the working class | com-

Grounds, Some players keep cool dines in oil, flour, pickled pork, lined both sides of the road and Mr. Jordan won by a majority order. The Chapels of St. Silas munity of British Guiana as a}

i and crushed wheat. The Cana- at some intervals it was impossi- yote of 6 to 4. from Mr. J. M. and St. Albans were repaired. whole. You can therefor .
ee orea at isn cauiaae dian Constructor brought cargo ble to pass in the road. Policemen Crick who was nominated by The following other appoint- stand the rept wand” aeer
eee Sneen. 38 Wagers which included sports shirts. on duty were kept busy through- Mr, A, G. Johnson and seconded ments were made. ¥ which his death his occasioned

ONLY ONE fishing boat from “ema chairs, oranges, grapefruit, out the day. and for once no acci- by Mr. C. B. Searles. Board of Guardians: Mr. S. A. and the entire working class |
Reeds Bay district went out fish- C#™M€d fruit juices, and canned dents occurred up to six o'clock Walcot, and Mr, C, G. Messiah. community mourns his loss.”
ing yesterday. Two others were 52!mon. in the evening. The seabathing Before this, Mr. Jordan nomi- Highway Commissioners: Mr. S. “Mr. Cambridge continued “A
tied at their moorings while three |The cargo brought by the Sag- was not as popular as is custom- nated Mr. 'S. A. Walcott a8 Messiah and Mr. S. A. Walcott. beacon has been removed from
were hauled up on the beach, Yenay Terminals’ SS. Sunrell was ary. Very few persons went for Churchwarden for the ensuing Sanitary Commissioners: Mr. R- us, but its light shall continue to |

Fishermen from- the district the most varied. It included con- a ‘swim. An additional feature term. Mr. Jordan was seconded C. Hutson, Mr. S, A, Walcott, Mr. jhine forever in. our memories.” |
told the Advocate that during the 2¢"Sed milk, dwarf peas, Motor on Monday, at Bathsheba was but Mr. Walcott withdrew on the A, L. Jordan, Mr, C. G, Messiah, " Mr, Cambridge expressed “the |
morning the wind is very light C@'S: trucks, champagne, sulphate football. A number of young- grounds that there were only Mr, J. M, Crick, Pew Rent Com- sincere thanks of the people of |
therefore they do not go fishing. °f @mmonia, tinned vegetables, sters from St. Michael enjoyed a 8% months left and it was best mittec: The Rector, the Church- British Guiana to the Colonial
They are however catching a lot 5P@re parts for motor vehicles, game on Beachmount pasture, to allow Mr. Jordan to carry on Warden and Mr, C, G. Messiah,



A REALLY

electrical fittings, medical hough the heat t he had served well th i; Mr. E. St. A, Holder (Parish DevClopment and Welfare De-
4 i iin, . pines. coh atte rae the heat wes great. 8 De Dae Serven We le previ- Mr. m. Bt. fh cer \haris) partment for all it had done in|

fag for the Gat sd worth ra plies, iron pipes and fittings, The Bathsheba Social Centre ous year, Church and Chapels); Building arranging for the body to i SAFE
g' . paints, confectionery, shoes, cloth- was crowded throughout the day Mr. Wilkinson said that as far Commitice: The Rector, Mr, A, |

flown home. Mr, Catechpole for |
THE NEW PUBLIC BATH and !ng. cement. cigarettes, cured her- from mid-day to 5 p.m., as people as they knew, the Maude.Bill L, Jordan, Mr. S. A. Walcott, Mr.

n Mr, } c, Keeping them informed, and the |
Toilet which was erected on the Tings. razor blades, coffin nails, and danced in various styles. was in Select Committee. He did J. H. Wilkinson, Mr. C. G. cthor fellow students and people |

beach at Reeds Bay, St. James, furniture, rope, canned herrings, VERE BRADSHAW of New- not envisage that it would take Messiah, Mr, E. St. A. Holder, who had assisted in any way.”
will soon be officially opened. TavOn piece goods, agricultural castle, St. John was treated by more than three months. He Mr, J. M, Crick; er oe Comprising the mourning party
The building is already complet- tools, aluminium sheeting, wire Dr. E. B. Carter, P.M.O., St. John understood that the Government mittee: The Rector, r A.

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Meott and Which arrived here for the body ANTISEPTIC

ed and painted. rope, waterproof @apes and toilet on Monday last for injuries was trying to get it through as Jordan, Mr, S. A. Walcott an were Mr. Cecil Cambridge, Mr. |

There are two_ sections—one preparations. which he received in the early speedily as possibly so that it Mr. J, M. Crick. J Charles James, Mr. Basi) |
for men and the other for hours of Monday. Bradshaw, a would be in time for the next Present at the saantind Pea Dathorne, Mr, George Lord, Mr. | chibbish i padbaeith dink pimatenienn eertiadiin, 0 eau ti
women. Each section has seven "watchman at Newcastle planta- election and so he was seconding Rev, A. W. FORAOEM, me. ‘Mi Clement ‘Dacamara, Mr. Samuei | ous Gal tat tae A tee the Ee eet ak Ga, be Ap
shower baths and a toilet. as a public convenience and this tion, said he was attacked by a the motion that Mr. Jordan Wilkinson, Mr. A, _ oer Titer Luke, Mr. Alfred Kelly, Mr, Wil-! taken internally. Te as ea

Archibald Drayton, a Sailmak- made the surroundings very in- man, who struck him with some carry on for the session. J. M. Crick, Mr. E, § “ CB fred Caesar, Mr. Claude Geddes: :
er of the district, told the Advo- sanitary. stones, The injuries were on his Mr, Jordan thanked the mem- Mr. A. G. Johnson, r, » ».

v aia ok Mr. Basil King, Mr. Edgar Mar-
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CLASSIFIED ADS ro THREE ROBINSONS GET IN ON ACT "
es - on cpertieitaataa i Mii Rte a i in re tineenepememassenleiinmamiiedaiatiaie ——
— \ * ne ime Dam Missouri | ~ xem ivi — aa
= = NE 2508 OUSES Wes i pee oe ZEALAND LINE LIMITED. OCPD SLOSS OSOOOOS
See ” 7 NEBRASKA, Apr. 16. | 0g (MANS UND Ro. Mv. “DARRWOOD" will
, 5A PTAGR on St. ” ed rimieeee 8 big More than 8,000 workers build-| _ 5° ,aclaide February Isth Melbourne accept Cargo and Passengers for
DIED FOR SALE BEACH COTTAGE on St. James Coast, | . ing artificial banks poured sand,|jtarch 3rd, Sydney March 10th, Bris- St. Lucia, Grenade, Aruba, and
-ARKINSON: On 16th April 1952, Stan- | perfect bathing, quiet, Al’ meals ahd | gravel and lumber into dykes|bane March 22nd arriving at Trinidad Passengers only, for St neem
Pie, Arthur Packancon. | Hl ae RETTIG Ce roe, ee Oe eel holding back the pounding waters | eect April 22nd and Barbados about Sailing Wednesday 16th tats
cs "otrameivds et 48 pam. | cou ng ye Be of the i - river. ey | ith to general cargo this ves- cept Cargo and Passengers for
rev pee: «ue AUTOMOTIVE \* -. epply: - saimaccrpen’ ot Yow 37) a warmed over these banks build- eS. --4 space for chijied and hard Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
%? say Paviinson a Family, a |e = akoteee, i ing them ever hi, and rush-j| frozen cargo. Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday
ey Parliso8 coe Parkinson and | ‘AT very n ern, seaside flat. 8 ir the ghtest “chink” Cargo accepted on through Bills of 18th inst . ;
Parkinson, C. Bree Parkinson and | “SST BARTS—One (1) Austin 10| FEAT iw very moder. seasige oes. : ing to repair ri tid |Lading for transhipment at Trinidad to The M.V. “CARIBBEE” will
oS ee —— see O) A en kos Siectriai * pacing ce t ; through which the ver cor Pritish Guiana, Leeward and Windward accept Cargo and Passengers for
= Van Bomy; one lectrie! Pacing sea. Excellent and
‘OR ———~~ | and other miscellaneous parts. Apply: | tiene thing. Apply to “MARESOL” [a burst in upon the near deserted | tsiands. Dominica, Antigua, Moi at,
IN MEMORIAM D. V. Scott & Co. Ltd White Park | sot ifwente ORP (Phone 2408 d , cities of East Omaha and Council! gor ¢urtner particulars apply — Nevis “and St. Kits, “eas
—_— J yd de 2 inst
“a “Chevrolet § : i oe a see. — fe ae page er = ore. SUP ¥ Wd. SCHOONER OWNERS’
ors + > cas henetligd inaeielnennd TRINIDAD. :
FORDE: In memery of our dear Grand-} CAR—One Chevrolet 5 seater) FARAWAY-—St. Philip coast, 3 past at 28.5 fee h a towards | ana ‘. seen
Mothdr, Ines Forde who fell asleep jin good running order. Dial 9.4.52—4n | rooms. Fully furnished. Lighting Plant. history. It rose hourly of | Consignee Tele.
on April 17 81 » that and _ | Watermill supply, Double Car Port, two the ‘peed crest tomorrow of| DACOSTA & co. LED.
‘One year has passed snee t RE oe ee ae a Mais, Sonat ser ent real Sram May. ist, m * penne ; 1
Sine” ouk dear Grandmother has] Cecil Jordan. Phone 5108 ss 44 453+ , Méenwhile trot Washington.
ee ae <2. ODERN FURNISHED ident Truman flew
We miss her now our hearts are —- ee | Siver and Good Sea-bathing. pee - tee Midwestern ;
et . NOTORGYCHE Ore, i atitign. ‘omy | Foe further perteulae, “Ape 0 aun near ae to inspect the damage
med , iss her more yele, workin : - . : . P
fe Sime BO at conte fae George Lewis, Arthur we oe Lashley No. 6 Coral Sn eee ata. Soa chbiee ny governors .
No one can fill her vacant plac Thomas 52—2n. : 5
a c embercd by— Millicent $$ $$ : — © C t, 4 bed- . ‘Tum: off / 9
Massian (Davignter, N-Y.), Doreths | VAN: One Commer Light Van in 400? | oon \” NALD surmished, lighting Plant SHORTLY BEFORE his Ben Frenciaco bout with Carl Olson, of Henatutu, .C. lependence” took lnc.
Brathwaite (Nurse), Ulanda Massiah,| ‘nape. New Tyres, new Bathey.| | Witermill supply, Double Garage, three middleweight champion “Sugar Ray” Robinson finds himself in a tol . S *
(Grand children). ace gain. Reasonably Priced, Dial tin | servant rooms. For May and from Oc. mirthful mix-up wi A OOO 6S oie ee EN en os : NEW YORK SERVICE
So} A. ;
Te: ee aNaTU Pees 10.4,52-t..n.] Edward G, Robinson plants a ee. sends the fighter a = :
. — a . 3 ald A STEAMER sails 18th April—arrives Barbados 29th April, 1952.
ANNOUNCEMENTS “FURNITURE — Pye Radio, Washing PUBLIC SALES nating his share of purse to the Runyon Cancer Fund. (Internationa) A STEAMER sails 9th May—arrives Barbados 20th May, 1952.
pe : f > s ee ——
l Machine, Iren Safe, Morris Rocking 3 * envied
Chair, Table, Child's Roeking Chair. : mer
ee ee ats nie T ie F Harbour
sta ‘Rnd tocal hang: |-— OC EAL D Murd A STEAMER sailed 28th Mareh—arrives Barbados 16th April, 1952.
sto were, Sng eit dor all) ESTATE en er 0 1e or er A STEAMER sailed 10th April—arrives Barbados 26th April, 1952.
yore daily 10-12 HE s.30" p.m. LiVES® x a * In Carlisle Bay A STEAMER sails 24th April—arrives Barbados 10th May, 1952.
Cpen ally WH 12 a.m. 46.90 Pie | SS d and which you
to date Library. HORSE: One Dark Brown Gelding| BUNGALOW — A handsome, newly- From Page 5 you have rea y ar 3 ee ee eo ee
Up to “es 6.4.52-A1.0.] out of O.T.C. Apply: Constant - | built bungalow with all modern conve- e killing Wil] have to read again when you s: ¥ 4 Bunicls, mooie SERVICE x
tation. Ring 2654. 10.4. n standing on about 12,000 square lith of January Web ite comune -# verdict. 25,7 Va tu vtman. § isc Mana ‘ CANADIAN
SONAL Rie yy eo eee a There is the first statement made Sch> May M! Lewis, Sch. Burma D.. devreneeus
ful view over the west coast And in addition to that, you ere ¢ - ee aan Sollee
aie fine similar, building’ si] have the criticisms of Skeete and at the hospital when he is vomit- Sen. “United Pilgrim S., Sch. Lady Name of Ship Sails from Arrived
WRITERS: Baby Portable $120 Apply to Miles Cecil, Diall a knife. All this will be fresh ing. There is the second on the Vocicen, MV. T.B. Radar, M.V. Daer- Barbades
The public are Hereby warne a against standard Portable $195, Desk Models ; 18.4. 52—12n a pou pK: and I need not go 15th. It is put to you on behalf . wood, M.V. Canadian Constructor, 8.8.|S.S. “ALCOA PARTNER” ; HALIFAX Apri ath april sara,
giving credit to my wile, i Pos Y F = rr used md Sunreel $.8. “ALCOA POINTER” ‘ 7 OTREA. ay
neq IFILL) as.1 do not oid myself ~~ won a Coe: a CHANCERY SALE ori it again. Bkeete t you the accuse that mete, S00 nd cau $8. A PON MO ‘Apri och tay th
rere any debt or debts in iny name | ——— At Registrar's Office, Pubile | Bulld- thi used with the knife Statement is an amp S.S. POLYTRADER, 4,099 tons net,|5.S. “A STEAMER” pee ‘) “MONTREAL May 30th June 9th
tracting any debt or debts in my name - ines, on Fridas, 1st ‘Aptil, at 1.45 p.m. he saw e ace the ad seateadnt and the ee: s WROLXTRADER, (4.009, tons, STEA NTREA.
Unless bye writtes ocr iin, MISCELLANEOUS Dwellinghouse éalied “AVEDON” stand-| ¢wice. On one occasion he said -oon4 statement containing “Mv. DABRWOOD, 9% tons net; Capt. NORTHBOUND Due Barbado
HORACE oreo ¢ D & DAHLIA’ —Orders are |e "Re ik St ‘Michael “ewe soniee at was ih hls pocket sfd on on more than the first is‘not due to Wells, from St, ia. S.S. “TINDRA” oie April 18th For St. John, N.B. and St.
= emi “GLADTOLI taal Roc R . poe . f ie,
a. Fae \w being taker for Gladiol’ and Dablias|"teve emiranee to Pine Housing Scheme.) |im the hand. All that you will i)) bist that he had:time to con- ,M.V. CANADIAN CONSTRUCTOR, 3,936
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our mind as to the crucial issue ;
The public are, hereby’ warned against | 7, Geddes Grant, Ltd. 18.3.52—14n | Yearwood Boyce, Solicitors, | James = this cai adh @eb 3h OS Sud | dillerende in (he states Coles, from Landon
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mind of the accused on the night ts regards the material
SANDIFORD ins Murray) as I do not JUST RECEIVED—Valor Stove parts, 0} al ‘ men as gar a6 ¥ ” é htid tons : =
hold myself reaholsible for her or ar neluding — Chimneys, Spreaders, Grid FOR SALE of the 11th. Did he intend to kil points is the question of the ..t)"Gaupt. Harvey, aa ee Apply:— DA COSTA & CO.,LTD. CANADIAN
one else contracting any debt or debts] pop Plates, Wicks, and Ovens. Also| at our Office, No. 17 High Street, on oride iev ily hi which throwing the stone by the dee Sf A 2 ; es ERVI
fn my néme‘tftess by a written order | pressure Moye parts. moauiss frae, Grse FriGns the 1stk rare Wy re. ore ee ceased. The defence 8 put that capt. wien tee yr pa ae ons
i b es Company, . | UPLAND, venue, . yi .
mg her “So ELI0T saNDIFC Phone. 2606. ed 20.3.52—t.f.n. | residence of the ze eee yee ole Naomi White’s evidence has been the sean wr pe the ee
ek pial Nat eee eee | aL ies eee Sas eases . In the pre- of the first and the two should be
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liminary hearing she is not called taken together. Well, if these ous, but you will not shrink
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ee, a Seen Thain aR beer, a quar- .
ELCOCK (ince Smith) os J do not hoid| Subscribe now to the Dally Telegraph | cept Sunday between 1¢ a.m. and 4 p.m. | Of all witnesses, you are entitled “— os _ o the eee 78 fore you and arrive at a or Come and see our lovely assortment
myself resporsitte for her or anyone esc | England's leading Daily Newspaper now COTTLE, CATFORD & Co. to regard their demeanour and rel started hit as to whether the accused
contracting 4 pbt or debts in m) | orriving in Barbados by Air only a few 6.4.52—Tn. | how they give their evidence, so woman took a stone and anaes guilty of murder or guilty of UN
name unless by a written erder signed } de after publication in indon, Con- - 2 with hér. She says she made a with it, he pulls out the e manslaughter, CENTRAL EMPORI M
and JOHN M._ PLO Lostt Revebeentenwe:’ Wal ie.” oe i pi Lr epnsek oF Nehude statement to the police just after and stabs her with it, _ = The verdict must be unani-
" uBaview, St is. Y Late, f-4.t.2. Lena beanptis. ta. the estate of T A.|the but was never ia evidence: os mui mous, Jnet # to say yoo oe Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.
patuiocsteril 4, 82—2n . —— Herbert, (deceased). , ealled to téstify in Court. You refully considered. These , agree; each one of y' "
PUBLIC SALES | PURLIC NOTICES | 9:0: Srneing on" hides ge'io [saw her ang heard her and wil) Sr0Tataments taker” by the BO- Cowrfor the Yetta, batons arses en
P day of April, at 2 p.m. a ie ce 0! wi . li and are ut in evidence, ; ;
{he undersigned, Yacas Street, Bridge: byou accept her evidence about the Cuite ‘rightly by the Prosecution Eiosing ‘his sum up, His Lord-\{{ REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY FROM \
AUCTION : a. CARRINGTON & SEALY, “i she saw se ceakt ot as it is thei? duty. ship reiterated his points about |} ‘
Dy instructionseot the Insurance Co Warning to the Public 24.8%-én.|and the time when she Sou will baneiiar the evisines cttecmn tail Eeleaee te
al aes day 1 _—_—<—<—<—<— | the death you may well think that
GENERAL IOtOn non 0. ELSON Th Episcopal Orthodox Chureh| “LE TOUQUBT” — well. Coast. 144 would have been impossible for from every angle, discuss it make a reasonable man lose his
STREFT, one (1) A.40 Austin Sedan Car,| Fpiscopate is in its 21th year in Barbados {Drawing and dining rooms, 3 bedrooms, the account of what took place ®MOng yourselves, reason out the self control. He then invited the

damaged-in accident, Terma ensh,
WARCHER McKENZIE.
13.4.52—4n

_|running water, electric light and tele- ments put to you by the de- jury to retire and consider their
belles Vian Bi Maciinieid beeliaaen ae phone, A nite property standing on given by the accused in the state- foes Sad ye atiees tna make Verdict.
Countny Road, St. Erwin’s Parish Church, |#Pout 2 acres of te in Se bia et, | Ment to the police to be possibly up your aie’ as to what your After 48 minutes’ deliberation,
tet hece AMMA hy adie fae [Mier eee EReIE SEMAED Ot ira above Wi bp tum toraae wet Ue: verdict can be in this statement. the jury returned a verdict of
King to sell at her house at Orange | The Clergymen are: auction at the offices of the undersigned one Shesat cael tate tha hoa Tt is a solemn duty you have to guilty of murder and Lashley

Street, Speightstown at 1.30 p.m. on| Suffragan Bishop Frederick Johansen | Friday, 2nd May, 1952, at 2 p.m, erform as the case is very Seri- was condemned to be hanged.
Thursday next 17th April her household Hinkson, O.H.P., Pounder of St. in’s| Applications for permission to view) drank beer, had a time as he puts p
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Table, 1 Mahog. Rocker, 2 Mahog. Chairs,| Sarjeant, and hit curate is Rev. Sidney |°°": “Woodland”, St. George. Tel. 95214. came up stru ang the
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. DARCY A, ScorT, | Denomination ize Gevavers. town, consisting of 2.808 square feet ot slate, That would. not be suffi-| Tenders for the Manufacture of Uniforms for Messengers the purchase price for anything bought and reiurn- }
uy . 13.4.52—8n. By Order et Neuse ene ‘and outcoffices thereon {cient time for all that to have of Government tments ed in the same condition. {
©, A. DURANT, | the Property of the Estate of Desdemons | taken place, Tenders are invited for making uniforms for Messengers of Gov- }
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he Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
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UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER j orNESTA LAVAN SCANTLEBUIY ae i THs ete comfortable Dwelling house | happened immediately after. And reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 12 noon on Satur-
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iN Ora area and yet within walking distance | there is what is put to you on the | day the 19 A
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St. Mictiael's, How, (1) 1940-27 WP E- ply which would be likely to result in | persons of standing engaging to become bound with the party tender- NOW FOR THE REAL THING }

he Sel oR order, Terns!» neancs: ws Solicitors, | death, you will consider not only} ing in the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars for the due per- We have goods galore, such as : ;

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cach Salg ot 5 30 MP pQeeident). Terms | sfiecting all that certain plece or parcel | 0M: it is put to you is evidence of a |

VINCENT GRIFFITH, { land called or known as Half Acre |Â¥#"d. stands on 8879 square feet of land

; , Inspection on application at the prem-| Passionate loss of temper which
Auctioneer. Heitor iy ae ee ino ae ee ises any day between a to 5 except} would reduce crime from murder |
19.4.82—4n. | eoint Lucey and Island of Barbados afore- Saturdays and Sundays. }

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cool state of mind and shows that
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or do her such grievous bodily
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her. One describes it as a strug-
gle and they all say what they
saw, anyway, the fact remains
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PAGE EIGHT
LAWN TENNIS:

Savannah Team
Invited To Tour
Trinidad

SAVANNAH CLUB et al have accepted an ‘invitation
from Tranquillity Club of Trinidad to send a tennis team

to Tranquillity to resume the
Clubs.

The Savannah team wil
the 22nd May, and the tourr
May.

Hames Defeat
Carlton 4—1

Notre Dame beat Carlton four
gals to one in their Second Divi-
Bion Football match at Queen's
Park. yesterday afternoon.

Carlton defended the Lake end,
and Notre Dame touched off.

For the first few minutes, play
was concentrated in mid-field;
then Carlton had a narrow escape
when Forde centred to the goal-

keeper. He pushed the ball
straight to one of Notre Dames’s
forwards who kicked it right
back to him.

Both teams kicked the ball to

and fro without scoring until
late in the second half: then
Forde, who had been sending

across some good shots from the
left side, passed the ball to Parris
who scored the first goal of the
match for Notre Dame

Forde also figured in the sec(nd
goal when he’ kicked the ball from
the left side to rightwinger Seale
who made no mistake with a
first time shot. Seale scored the
third goal when he got a pass
from Parris, beat both backs and
Scored with a hard shot, Notre
Dame relaxed a little, and play-
ers of both sides were guilty of
foul play on several occasions.

Carlton got their goal when
both backs miskicked, G. Huteh-
inson ran through and beat the
goal-keeper who came running
out of the goal. Shortly after
Parris scored again,

In the second half McKenzic
took Straker’s place between the
uprights. The game resolved itself
into a struggle where each team
seemed to try to make more mis-
takes than the other.

Then"Notre Dame pulled them-
pelves together.. Seale centred
head-high to Nurse who headed

goalwards, but the goal-keeper
Saved.

Carlton tried hard to score
again, but their efforts were

either nullified by the backs, or
they kicked the ball outside.
The game er ded without further

scoring.
The teams were:—
Carlton: Straker, Alleyne, K.

Hutchinson, Porter, Bagot, Connor,
Chandler, H. Cox, (Capt.), G.
Hutchinson, White, McKenzie,

Notre Dame: Straughn, Doyle,
Cumberbatch, Grannum, Barker,
Maitland, Forde, Nurse (Capt.),
Parris, Headley, Seale.

The referee was Mr. E. Amory.



Windwards
Inter-School
Sports Today

(From Our Own Correspondent)
ST, GEORGE'S, April 12,

Secondary schools of the four
Windward Islands meet here next
week for the annual inter-school
sports, starting April 17, with
athletics,

For the first time the Presenta-
tion College will be represented in
the Grenada side, contributing two
members of the local eighteen, the
remainder being from the Grenada

Boys’ Secondary School. Captain
of the local side is William
Gittens.

Besides athletics, cricket, foot-
ball and tennis will be played, the
tournament lasting two weeks.
Numerous entertainments have
been arranged for the visitors,



Summerhayes Lawn
Tennis Results

Men’s Doubles

C. R. E. Warner and J, L, Parris
beat J. C. Barker and L. A
Harrison 2—6, 6—2, 6-—0, 6—2,

The match between Col Duke
and Dr. A. S. Cato vs A. B.
Hutchinson and L. G, Hutchinson
was again unfinished. This will be
replayed on Saturday next when
play will start at 4 p.m.

The other Men’s Doubles match
on Saturday will be E. R. Atkinson
and D. A, Wiles vs V. H. Chenery
and Hon, V. C. Gale.

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GETTING THEM FABULOUS

tournaments between the two

1 probably leaye Barbados on
1ament will begin on the 24th
Peter Patterson has been ap-
cinted Captain of the iocal team,
sand with Donald Barnes and Miss
D. Wood, will form the selection
committee. Inasmuch as the Belle-
vile and Savannah tournaments
hove just been completed, it
would seem that veny few
actices need be held, and the
team could be picked on the re-

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silts of the two tournaments. t

In the ladies’ section Miss Gwen

P lgrim stands out as an obvious;

choice, and if Miss Wood and Mra,
Bincroft are available, only one
more lady need be found, In the
erse of the men, the three Brandon
Cup selectees, Erie Taylor, D.
Trimingham and D. Worme, will
be certain of selection. Dr.
Charlie Manning and Peter Pat-
terson are also players who every-
one will agree should be on the
team, and this will leave room for
only one more man. §t. Hill, who
has just played for Wanderers in
St. Vincent, the left-hander Geof-
frey Manning, or D, Lawless
should make up the number,

Of the local players mentioned
above, Miss Wood and Eric Taylor

have been competing in these
tournaments since 1937, Peter
Pitterson since 1941, and Mrs.

Bancroft since 1944.- D, Triming-
ham played for Savannah in 1939
and 1940, but then lett the island
for several years. The local team,
if they are all available, should be
a strong one, and the tourna-
s awaited with interest.
nistory ot these tourna-
between the two Clubs is




The
ments
very interesting. The first tourna-

ment was held in Barbados in
1922, when Dr, J. Baeza, now a
resident of the island, captained a
Tranquillity team against a Savan-
nah team which included the
Challenor brothers, Tim Tarilton,
K. and E. S. Mason. The local
team won nine matches to one,
Since then the tournament has
been held annually except for
1942, 43, and 51.

Twenty-seven tournaments have
been held, Tranquillity winning
twenty and Savannah-_seven, All
of Savannah's victories have been
in Barbados, and they are yet to
win a tournament in Trinidad.
The nearest approach to victory
was in 1941, when. they. lost

* thirteen matches to twelve, the last

match, a doubles, going to two sets
all before Trancuillity clinched
the tournament.

Preparing. For
Tennis Lsvasion

By CHARLES STEPHEN

LONDON, April 3

The overseas tennis stars who
invade Britain every summer, and
Jeave with practically every
major trophy, will shortly be ar-
riving again to do battle,

One of the first to come will be
Frank Sedgman, who virtually
wen the Davis Cup for Australia
ast year. Frank is ranked as the
world’s No, 1 player, but has yet
to prove this by winning Wimble-
don.

His first appearance will be in
the Sutton Hard Courts tourna-
ment commencing on April 21. At
present he is in Rome, playing in
the Italian championships, but will
fly to London with his wife June,
whont he will partner in the
mixed doubles. ia a

The holder of the’ Sutton singles
title is Britain’s Tony Mottram,
who on his day ranks with the best
in the world, Unfortunately for
‘ony and for Britain, it is only
on rare occasions that he rises to
‘he heights as when he defeated
‘ereslay Drobny, the brilliant

‘zech. at Wimbledon last year.

With Geoff Paish, it seems that

lottram will have to bear the

runt of the overseas challenge





Rovers, Everton
Will Play Game

THROUGH a misunderstanding
between the Fixture Committge
and the Pickwick Seeretary,
Pickwick-Rovers did not turn up
at Queen’s Park on Tuesday for
their Second Division football
ime with Everton.
This match will be
yme future date

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POR TS BOXING

ROUND-UP Buxton May Meet
LONDON.

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REG HARRIS and GEOFF Turpin Again For
DUKE the fastest men in the . .
world on two wheels, may soon Cr »
oppose each other on four. Harris, uiser Title
world cycle sprint ace, and Duke . *
world motor cycle champion, By Wonton hea 3
peve nee ceycenes. - eee Randoiph Turpin’ (middle-
tet : magpie ore AP weight) v Alex Buxton (middle-
y to compete in an exhibition \oient) may be the billing for a

ace at the Si rstone track on ae ; :

racing last year as a hobby, and et. Kida” ania sh : Hj
as yet jt is still a hobby with 2. US, recent victory Gaver
him. Geoff, on the other hand cruiser-weight Reg Spring, Wat-

ford middle-weight Buxton
showed he would be a match for
most of the light’ heavies in
Britain,

Thus, if at the White City.on
June 10 Turpin beats Cockell—
and this is by no means outside
the bounds of possibility—the cu-
rious position of an all-middle-
weight fight for the cruiser-
weight championship may arise,

Alex—a born fighter who just
loves a scrap—does not mind who
he fights. “Let 'em ali come” is
his motto,

But manager Jim Wicks hag
some very definite ideas on the

has been interested for some time,
and may appear in top flight
racing at the British Automobile
Club’s meeting at Goodwood on
Easter Monday. He has been
asked to drive for the Aston
Martin team.

CRICKET

VIJAY MERCHANT, former
Indian Test captain and openirfy
batsman, may play for India
again, in their tour of England
this summer. Merchant, who is
turned 40 years of age, is coming
to England this year for a medi-
cal pce et if the outcome
is favourable he may offer his subject. When I spoke to him
service to the tourists. He hs after the fight he told me that
not ee ss yen cricket No, 1 priority on the list is a
since receiving a shoulder injury return with Turpin for the
in the first Test against England middie-weight title, and then a
in the recent MCC tour, If he fight with ‘Sugar’ Ray Robinson
is pronounced fit, then it is likely fo. his world crown
that India will be only too glad to If Turpin beats ‘Cockell and
call upon him. They have velinquishes his middle-weight
already lost the services of one title, Wicks still wants to arrange
of their other most experienced the match Alternativel iy
players, Vinnoo Mankad the all- Gockel! wins, and Buxton cannot
rounder who will play in Lan- get a fight with Turpin, he will

‘ockell

cashire League cricket this season, oy Cc :
BOXING But will pay Alex to remain

BILLY WELLS, the West Afri- jn the middle-weight division,
ean boxer who has just arrived for he is at his best when scaling
in Britain, is unknown Outsid? eleyen stone five or six.
the Gold Coast. But as he won Solution may be found in
the welter-weight championship «yerseas competition. If plans to
of West Africa by beating Roy | fight Turpin or Cockell fall
Ankarah, the present Empire | through, there is a possibility that
feather-weight champion, this) Alex will be matched with

State of affairs should soOn be| American Rocky Graziano,—L.E.S.
rectified. When he beat Ankrah,

Wells had over a stone in weight

advantage. However, he has
frequently given away weight
to opponents. Before the West|

African Boxing Board introduced
the ‘one-man-One-title’ ruling, he!
held the welter, middle and/
heavy-weight titles. On his way
to becoming heavy-weight cham-}
pion, Billy’met an 18-stoner.
OLYMPICS

LAURI SAART, a_ Finnish
engineer, will be responsible for
the 70,000 crowd at Helsinki this
summer, having all the latest
information of the progress of the
vame at a glance. Results will
be shown on a giant electric score
board designed by Saart. This
massive indicator which is 39ft.
long and 18ft. high contains no
fewer than 7,000 bulbs. The
writing will be operated from a
typewriter keyboOard which is
connected to the bulbs by cables.
This involves the wiring of 140,000
circuits,

SOCCER

SURPRISE of the League clubs’!
reeent get-together in Manchester
was the enthusiastic support for |
the ‘four-up-four-down’ promo-
tion and relegation plan suggested
by~Tottenham. 'Spurs will not] y
officially move the change at the] {|
annual general meeting in London
in June. Unfortunately for the
Third _ Division — elubs, who
naturally are keen on the idea,
they will not enjoy the full power .
a London which they had at
Manchester. Their voting power
at the annual meetings is cut







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He is a Barbadian born and bred,

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HE SAID GOOD MORNING





Stalin’s Athletes
Will Show World

HOW strong is the challenge which the Russians are
preparing for the Helsinki Olympic Games this sum-
mer? HYLTON CLEAVER has interviewed men who
have seen the Russians in training. Here is his ans

THE Russians are to enter for every event in the Olym-
pie Games at Helsinki in July, so at once we find anxiety
here—and elsewhere. Everything is going to be spoiled, say
many people. But why should it be?

The Russians showed excellent sportsmanship in the
European Championships at Brussels in 1950; and we ean
beat them, as we did then.

Russia’s entry into world sport is a healthy and hopeful
sympton at a time of malady. :

At Brussels, Russia won six gold medals five silver and

, Six bronze—most of them going to women.

Britain won eight gold medals, three silver and six
bronze, most of them going to men. But why worry about
what rod in pickle Russia has fer us now? This is sport,

not politics.
at No fuss the track at one end is a practice

Wh . Sech r preat
ao... Sochetera, ne red entrance is a spread mat intended

sprinter, was beaten by Fanny :
Blankers-Koen in the 100 and 200 tor wrestling, but used for gym-
metres she was the first to offer "astie by 11 players,

her hand; and when U.S.S.R. were

mistakenly placed seeond in the Schools first ily to
women’s relay, and the slow- _ This hall is availa daily
motion film showed that June 1,000 athigtes from 9 am. till

midnight, First come the schools,
then the university students, lastly
workers,

the
Footbal] Club

Foulds had really snatehed this
distinction for England, the
Russians returned their medals
without fuss,

The Russian team seemed aloof,
partly because they spoke no lan-
guage but their own and few
others spoke Russian, but chiefly
because they were regimented.

I have been hearing from Aarc
Lane, sports editor of a Finnish
newspaper, who recently stayed 10
days in Leningrad and Moscow at
the invitation of the Soviet Sports
Committee, Lane says that Soviet

In the Dynamo
premises the doctor alone has
control of 12 rooms, including a
fully equipped dispensary, an X-
ray department, and an artificial
sun-room.

In the gymnasium the floor is
covered by an immense and mapas)
ficent Persian carpet, There are
five of these in stock, all one inch
thick.

Valdimir

Lawrushenko, most

;j o the horse,
sports life bears a stamp of talented gymnast on |
mystery, not only to the outside 2dmitted to Aaro Lane that -
world. Russians have only a_superficia

Collecting autographs is un- knowledge. of obligatory move-

ments in the Olympic Games, Yet |
Lane saw him execute the final
part of the obligatory on parallel |
bars perfectly. |

Meanwhile, Helsinki has been |
visited by two representatives of |
the Soviet sports committee in|
order to acquaint themselves with
the conditions.

The vice-chairman of this sports |
committee told Lane that in the |
whole of Russia there are 400,000)
active wrestlers and 18 million|
young athletes — not including}
school or university students. At
all the 11 es Rap are |
. four-year courses for the degree —
athletes abroad cannot adapt their 5 stigtien teacher and Siar ibe
ideas to interviews, They expect structional institutes as well.
the same quiet exclusive atmos- : }
phere as at home. Preparation Magic? No
for sport is for them as studious @ = Aaro Lane, who went to Moscow
matter as reading books. saw athletes training in one cen-

At training time discussions are 4-9) spot. I am quite sure that if
held and advice is given in a one Russian came here we should
whisper. One movement of the show him a great deal more than
coach's hand, one blast on the that, beginning with the Boat
whistle commands utter silence. Race, and ending with the Cup
Instructions are carried out im- inal, We also could show him the
mediately, Every aotion by the -gmmittee rooms at Twickenham
athlete shows absolute concentra- 5, the dressing accommodation at
ee ingrad’s indoor hall was et

senin. Ss r § ; ,
built in 1892 and used first as a _ ! am convinced that there is no
riding track, By 1949 it was ready sic about the Russian prepara-

2 fens thletic events, “on for Helsinki, which is nothing
for 14 different a Pisin aanetars ee 1 ane
it now has a 250 metre track pre Me oo eh oe ane ;
with three standard-size lanes, i people,
dirt-surfaced with a layer of #â„¢M equally sure that their finest

rushed coalé athletes are no more to be feared
¢ than ours, and are just as human,

The centre can be partitioned World Copyright Reserved
off by nets for football. Ouside —LE.S.

known to the youth of the U.SS.R,
Lane never saw a photographer
in the swimming baths, where
high-standard water polo was
being played between six teams
in a series. Nor were the results
of matches published next day.
The first catch-as-catech-can
wrestling match between Finland
and Russia ended in a victory for
the Russians by 8—0, but in the
Press was only a single paragraph.
Not one Russian sports writer had
any questions to put to the Finns.

So studious
Here is one reason why Soviet

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The Amateur Athletic Associa-
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THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 19M BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE TllliJ I Ike Plans A Move For The Couple Next Door (By SAM WHITE) PARIS. Thursday. BwmUl over Ihc lust few weeks, as he prepares to no home tci campaign for the U.S. Presidency. General Eisenhower habeen posing to European statesmen and military chiels (among them Field-Marshal Montgomery). the problem of his successor as Commander-in-Chicf of the •It must' be an /imerica.. and we ** %  "t '"T 1 te would prefer you to choose him'. Ordeal by I.-KI There u no secret about EisvnA JUKV oi MM men trying to hower"s preference—it is his 52linu tn e best Pan* muuuiu 101 vear-old Chief of Staff, General a*aie oi veal u ta era-teas nave Air red Maximilian Gruen-.her, begun operations on the not ol 40 whom he calls '-my right arm" resu.ur.uiis compiling lor the and whom Central Murk Clara, pme. Ingredients ol the dish once praised M "ihe best soldier include foic gras, cream, eg* In the U.S. armj." The 'Joke* dags' General Gruenther is a .small, wiry man whose meticulous apyollu. almonds, crushed truffles. gruyere cheese and Madeira wine All the members ol the jury arc conAdent ol surviving the oide.il Sartre writes a preface AUTHOR Jean Paul Sartiv SI Gift \ms pear.nceandra.pu.B^oice,ugge ^^'^ write a prelace Bor i mathematician. Thlf eomblnaP* lion of scholarship with assuming manner is the moat striking thing about him. He will slip easily Irom a learned dlscusThe preface is now to be published as a separate eoggnu Says the friend. Jean Genet I am a little sad. To offer to writ. preface for my book was an i H ^'l !" th^ ,lo of friendship, but to writt anothe, sion on some problem ol logistics nlae*. i< ihail wr MV .unshed rc.r,ounes, f^SnU toSr/ %  Royal heads into the unabashed grega of a small-town rotnrian. IK* bluff sense of humour prompted him to write recently to a reporter who Uppcd him as Ike's successor Tdad Starts Anti—T.B. Campaign DAPPER publicity Orhutda has started nl Guldo "Associa•I tell you that guy Oruenthe, tion of Fccmcr Crowned Headn ju,t i.n i that good." p"* i • %  *** h r^iLSfiis Gruenther was born in a small democracy.' and ha. appicached Nebraska town, where his father t*d/Aatof £ * ,ne A*"*""' 0 was an editor. He graduated "r !" President, from West Point in what became la Ihc boudutr known as "the Joker class"—the THE new Folics Bergere show class which passed out only 11 is everything a Folics Bergtre day* before the 1918 Armi-tice show should be — and more. The into an army with a plelhorn of succession ol dazzling scene* second lieutenant*. !" ** trmn '"• boudoir lives of Scheherazade, Marie Antoinette 85 years on .. .md the Borgias to opium dens and He remained a lieutenant for African slave* searching for then 16 years and at one stage. M he m | s treaa In a hug* tank of water, surveyed the bleak prospects The new star of the show is ,i lacing the peace-time officer, he la ]j shapely dancer, Yvonne calculated mat at KM normal proMenard. who show* nearly eve ry motion i/ite it would take him 8ft thing. Including talent. PORT-OF-SPAIN. April 10 The Trinidad Government chose jnnday "World Health Day iaai to farther IU effort* to drive India Committee in London (Hit tuberculosis from the Colony. the 1951—52 crop at MT.fllo tons W/th the assistance of the a big Increaae from the 863,0"*' United Nations International Chiltons produced in the previous riren Emergency Fund, the Govp*on. The export quota laid crnment launched a mass antidown under the ("ommnnwearth tuberculosis campaign and hopes Agreement is 900000 tons for the to test approximately 400,000 West Indies, and t5 tons for British inhabitants and vaccinate more Honduras, out of which 8S8.0O0 Australia Unlikely To Reach Quota BRISBANE \ AuMr.itla n unlikely to reach [ the quota of sugar required (or export ti Britain neat vejr. even if the sea*m is lemarkabl) good, a.-cording to the General Secrei.u% of t'Hild be required to meet home con* ut notion needs, he aaid Mr Muir added that I Uat industry looks forward to | further price increaae within %  D nths. SAN SALVADOR. A new law designed to increaae sUKai production in El Salvador! hag ieen p ro posed by the Minis-.' 'r> of Economy and Finance The Ministries suggest trhe beat way to increase sugar production would be to apply the tax estat-li'he.i in 1M7. only on the • produced for home consulpUetl, thus freeing the taax on any additional sugar the ml IK mav turn <>£jP*J* !" J£ current aeaaon wtU exceed the quota laid down in the Comj", !" *"^ the Sn.mum qtSS tnonwealth Su>;ar Agreement, give.r. I^-^,' bV sdi .V'ii.rVMid -JSJHJhsTlSl '.3SSd l\ jfil,' ** >"'*' n !" " """ '" • UMOOOo^ffih^r'ffidS.n.S t C T.'iSc' Sch-I Usr^ita .n*. *& Unit* a.e. ... Pen,'. IVMSIKIO Rle,i uu-naao u. oroducuon "' Trinidad, has seeisMd • frcsnd be" cuafoncr, mporUnt M 000 .hl.^SLo^Sl b. In aSSSh W ^IracUv. ofl-i InTfrJ i 800 CW1. ol nifs. romp.red ," Tuberculc, ..!. da, htJCM ;; h u rn"T,„rd"d d*" An^T "v, cn.-c.icu.. a. .h. Unld ,0, cw. In Jam IMI. (Fn*. Ovii Own C'-nraecAdanii "ORT-OF-SI'AIN. April 10. Basil deB. Uirwent this Even Jamaica. In spite of the iH'rcentage of deaths In Colony annually and chief i the campaign, carried out In the disaster, will incrca: of um year-i hurricane P^^J xll of America atomic plant. Peru's exports of years to reach the rank ol coloncl. But he reached that rank on the outbreak ol the last war, and later, like Elsenhower, became 0 general without ever commandlni( .1 battle unit. In 10*2 he went to London us Eisenhower's Deputy Chief of Staff and later became Mark Clark'-' Chief of Staff in the Italian campaign. When Elsenhower returned to Europe he chose Gruenther as hli Chief of Staff. Gruenther and his wife II —UE.S. ALUMINIUM EXPANSION DEFENDS ON W.I. me campaign, carried ou. in Ihe duMurter. will increase Hi. ri'.p '"'"T "' ."' ,..,.:..,, I.J, .he field by learn, of doclor. and ,„,„ je7,0! .on. .0 m,615 ,on.. C'nad. ? !" ^V council ol nurses. Is u> raise, by B.C.C. vac Hattonil Kescar.ii louiuil ". cinstlon. Uia reslsUnce of those There will be .Hah. decline, in oaiwu where he had bean wornor the past 10 yean, because, i-. s olher n-a.a. hi. wUe .he 9 ir Miss Taltt ..1 Trinldsd. '•" .!.-.._.. •-.. %  ii. I %  •xmillli-I *" C ist and month to olhar eountrles lety of tntiowa: Denmark SB. 5.278 \u .1 clnatlon. the resistance of thoseThere will be slight persons susceptible to tuberculoproduction |n Barbados and St. Ing for MS. I.ucia. British Honduras will alnmuni: moat double it crop to 228 tons, forme It is hoped that ihe campaign but w m rtlll fall far short of its needs H change fi will ndttCSJ the number of new quo ta climate B cases notified each year by According to the late-t Board of Dr. Uanvent left Trinidad about i the Canadian cwt.. pared i" ,Si I rwt tn Janunry lOSl; Oreat Brttaiu 2.07. compared in 3.74V Belgium l/nf, *npered to 7.571. and Itrerlatvd !,6T2. compared •180. Prru also exported smallamount of sugar to other mint ties MONTREAL. A long-term expansion ol ..minimum production is being carried out in British Columbia. which depends directly upon supvirucntner ana n.s ill ve f ( ^ Bn|wn next door to the Eisenhowers in . arf(frf |i n t,. the KARACHI. per c am, as had TrM . returns iskued in London. i years ago to enter aeerjiii Tn# flna i for****' of the area other countries. h British West Indie* and British UDjveisttr. There he was recom, mf | rr su r ,.„nr in India for At present the Colony's annual .it-.i dii>-j. ""-• %  ""' mmuni MI a. bill for maintaining; a patient at „ „ raW „,„„,. impoi-t* in Council. He • has !'-..,,-.-. Vir.alnn.im ,,Vi..l, 7^ -.1 .. la Z^-_ % %  l_ suburban-type villu In •£' West Indies, rrdlng to the annual report of Aluminium, Ltd.. *L The programme ••')>• %  for a big Installation that will eventually produce 1,000.000 horsepower ol and 500,000 tons Usually uV-vmeet at ech other' homes four or five evenings of the week, either to catch up on work or to play bridge. Oruc-nthcr was ,. lcclrlci a dlimpion bridge player and lurniI1 um Mr A dam U t^. 5l0 ^J&^SirSX; bridlt "* bul *"•'**' U "P" DOW \ i rc,eree,n Dr,a c 0 | he aiummium ^rk, and first championships. production of aluminium from this I.1111.0 niRht ljlan( l3 expected early In 1M4. Eisenhower likes to partner Initial raw materials requlreGruenther and the combination menu of this plant will be supplied has only once been beaten — by from new facilities now being Marshal I-Aid ambassador Avereil built by the company In Jamaica. Harnman and the U.S. Sctictaiy says the report. An aluminium of the Army, Frank Pace. plant is under construction there Like the Eisenhowers, the which will turn out 165.000 tons Grucmhers play no part in Fans ol the materials every year. social life. Mr. Gruenther, a "Further development beyond plump woman with a beaming this capacity ia provided for in the smile, is known only to a lew general planning of the underofficers' wives. She goes on octaking." says the report. "A* a castonal shopping trips to Paris part of this programme a deep with airs. Eisenhower and attends waterport Is being constructed on regularly the lortnightly "bingo the south eoaat of Jamaica to night" (bingo is an American handle both incoming and outgoversion of hou*ey-hou*ey) at the ing shipments." officers' mesa at SHAPE. 0*her expansion projects now Gruenther is a non-*moker. bein : ^rrled forward by drinks only an occasional Martini AluTnir.iLH. Ltd.. Include the inor an after-dinner mixture oi stallatlon of additional kilns for brandy and Benedictine. He Is a drying and calcinating bauxite at light eater with a simple taste in the company'* British Gulanu food: "/ ran'r afford to risk ulcers, mines. IV* my job in give them to other The company is continuing to people." investigate further sources of raw' He feels a little awed at the material supplies and potential prospect of stepping into Eisensites adapted to the economic prohower's post, largely because he duct-on of aluminium, the report sees Eisenhower as a statesman adds. The possibilities of estabas wall as a soldier and is conllshing a fully-Integra ted ingolacioui of the universal truat he producing e.iterprW In the Gold inspires in Europe. Coast are still being studied. But the feeling In Paris fc that B.C.P. th accom $1,000 It is hope that in Un course of a few years such saving as may result from mass B.C.G U.K.. sugar imporut irum >" %  c.,-,.^ vaccination will be utilised in w/eat Indies rose from 4,116 tons Unprovtnsj and expanding the n February, l51, to 16,808 tons Colony's s.ial services, Uu>ruby .„ *>bruury, IBM. The Ur.ush bringing Increased happiness and y u ( ana figure, given separately, >-onded to nrM u agnlnst 6fll.000 acres i e Caurtj Sanatorium, which FehpuarY and Increased their furjoni University in 1M tor j^ed^for last year This al xommodates IflO patients, Is _,,,.,, considrr;iiily ver iU1 -. % ,„, ..peciallied i-->urae. It l< n tv Increase of 87 per cent I ntall It % %  llJIO.i I tins Iti Ihal "M(|*s* ~ J ,r". a .. a, a a n .,. .... social security. h4|e''.i-d that he Is the youngest of The yield of this crop 22 elected Fellows of the Roys! IhVJ.OOO tons In terms of sugar as imports from the „ y n ipjo. ugalnst 872,000 torn. reporte8 111 CurJlCsW ,,|um and other sugir producing TV Iir The Asbbey For Coronation increased from .5*S ions 20 742 tons For January and February of thl* year, therefore, U.K. aug.tr imports plants In from the quota i u' H imini.ia, Ahw, received by the West \OljLom %  w^_3p; M tion dredgi By ROBERT CANNEM, One hundred million people In Britain, France and Amgfflea fo may see on TV the Coronation .. —-the Queen in Westminister Abbty. received by — The Queen is expected to givr mlttee, as m P a,cd 1 the BBC permission to televise previous season s crop, ai the ceremony, when application follows— is made at the end of Coui taSh*aa mourning on June 1. The BBC. has TV exchange ;igrecmcnt), with French and American networks. If science solves Ihe problem the Coronation pictures will be seen from New York to Hollywood and in Canada. It is hoped that four-engine! airplanes carrying TV gear will tly eight to tan miles high where weather conditions are more. lavourable, and relay the broad;ut across the Atlantic -LBN Shipping Co. neet jy$ tor* as against or, y 18n ton. ^ rjj „ iimbei9d 4 6 ships and, J^ 1 n4(M £^n„. In the same two months of IBSI dur na lW i i transported some JMr Ilengai Is estimated ,000 acres compared with .. acres last year. The total uonnt.ty of raw Migar llkelv ta produced is estimated n' '.ons, compared prmluced last capacity of 1M.U00 tons. MADRAS Payment for sugar cane by weight, the method used In bunkering, nd one suction dredge India, Is uneconomic because II .Th oil carried during la*t em mirages the producer to grow year includes crude oil from a variety of cane giving the hlghVeiieiusla to Curacao and Aruba, e*t possible tonnage per aci* if well as residual oil from the reHllfcllMj'l ^ the (jualltjir of nub*d< I^w.rd fllanSt l Kill. ftl Vlnrrnl nrlin*. 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I-M.l I K riwtiiwNts ADVOIVIJ: THIKsUAY APRII 17. ISM BAKBADO^j^AOVOWrE Thursday. April 17. 1S52 FEDERATION IN an editorial of March 17,11 Kan (1'inimnmeallh refers to the Rt. Hon. Mr. L.vtl<'ltf Hw Leeward Islands, spokesmen of the political parties with majorities in the Presidential legislatures >f the Lee wards all support federation In principle Support of federation too has been comine; from the Windward Island!,, although the ardent champions of federation in these islands are drawn mainly from the upper middle classes who fear that without federation these islands may become unhappy hunting grounds for irresponsible and ignorant politicians. The fervour with which federation n sometimes advocated by certain spokesmen of the Leewards and Windwards may not unfairly be attributed to the almost perennial "out-of-pocketedness"' of these island territories. At present seven out of eight of these islands are said to be in the embarrassing position of spending money which they have not got. The support, infinitesimal as It may be when expressed as a percentage of the combined population of the Leeward and Windward islands, that the federation idea is receiving from the Lea w ajtfa and Windwards is perhaps the only real support that the idea is receiving anywhere in the British Caribbean. British Guiana has quite honourably done what every well informed person expected her to do. She has consistently opposed the idea of federation, with the British islajid* oi the Weal Indies Although rile is preparekl to support the Hejional Economic Cummilleo, Customs Union and other regional activities. British Honduras is a special problem and its future seems inevitably set alonjj patterns of development foreign tn those of the British Caribbean territories. There remains Barbados. Trinidad and Jamaica. The present constitutional position of Barbudus by which almost 100 percent of power is vested In thehands of tinpeople's four representatives on the Executive Committee must be very satisfying to the Barbados Labour Party and the relative prosperity of the island and the harmonious relations between employers and labour are not incentives towards political regionalism. The people of this island have always (rightly or wrongly is a matter for individual judgment) considered themselves as examples for other West Indian islands to follow and they are unlikely ever to take the initiative in entering upon a federation which must. If It succeeds, eclipse their own political constellation. The attitude of Trinidad towards political federation has been almost aggressive In its anxiety to federate at all costs and that speedily. This attitude seems to have suffered slight chilling in proportion as Jamaica's enthusiasm for the subject has increased. Jamaica's attitude is by no means clear. but one thing is certain and that is thai Jamaica intends to take second place to no ther territory in any closer political association. Meanwhile the peoples of these territories probably know more about the United Kingdom, Canada, India. China. Africa and most certainly of the United States than they do about one another. The United Kingdom of course is left with the unenviable position of responsibility for territories which are still cherished for reasons of trade but whose administrative systems are not geared to twentieth century life. In addition the United Kingdom has to suffer the taunts of sovereign states like Haiti and Liberia where conditions of life are far more backward than in any of the British Caribbean territories, and must put up with the reproaches uf (nest lei i itories whenever it suits them to be petulant. Small wonder that the Colonial Office ta doing all the prodding"it can without falling it fall of pushing the West Indies into federation. Sefton Delmer's NEWSMAP moves to Africa I, TOO, WOULD BE JITTERY WHEN LAW AND PASSIONS CLASH WfkON IV/miT has |iiin in In the touchiest poieniiiif trimhte-*t>ot of till — where whites arc outnumbered by four to one. Thisi* Report No. 1. ron %  of a hnrror rat. nmi squatted on the edge y anything 1 hove of what seemed lo be a kuul of pit. JohannesBuried Beer i>.i'y afternoon. Al | a-Bjeoechsd I saw they wen > %  group*. each with :i 21b. lam tin from blch iluns. passing it On The Move cur \£"u£J£; M '-=..=* JOHANNESBURG aaslHiri'i h.iif-n.iiimp* lion whites this is a day ot nilOut In the slum suburb of Ford*It burg daiiK'i"u things are t,-. penlng. %  ilSJ. yellows, ami browns of South Africa's 14.000,000 prolelnriitl are marching Ihrounh In* S'Teets EEtd**i*T*iinin" marked fresh from then "Freedom in IB52 "Malan rehU* !" ? STLSS2 %  £* drab, as-'— %  'SSS with passes/' phalia streets A weeks pay The tin* contained Kaffir beer. The*last iwo slogan ref l"> **•• a brnvmate by the women from (11 The law uwidiiig tor blacks They were lookinf for somemillet tx>iil U |> with ytast. to be confined to fpr, : thing io do, tm-tluiig to lift Bui they Pttnfore a H wttij pass ihom out of ih* drab one-ness do *w < %  carbide, methylated from hl white employer whifh ,,f the*i existence as unskilled spirits, and even corpses k must carry, inlitlin* Ubo* Men pnanotion snnlccs and nts—anything MVC In ihe streels. i riemed them bv labour rules. l \c it a kieg. ^^ Thcv march with clenched I found them gaViered around Marijuana — here Known PI high Ul saluUthe .-otiuaau-d n "kigna—* %  being void openly Communist ^he Afriian mtinicip.il beer hall %  ?.J Lories had closed, ana inousanas -,"'„ %  it Venn women— "sheBl ns. They carry VL.^M^MIVV?,^ 0 %ffi beln '' ShSy". !" eaUedflaonlnJ **'**" out further Uns from the "ilif ground urban hey buried their lute.* says Ihe naganlaar Cs> ball rally*! Indian to me. "Note that the thumb H not clenched and puti>u<< b ckwardt So into FortKbnn;< cit hiy under %  i%  y -,ri£ rii>thm of calypso folk sonrt Of A(: •i %  ecstatically .1 --.burg police are* wall%  %  1Plain clothe,rncn fiom the C.I.D. in -. an era aurtures of -t futpects among the demon sir afions. Ilfh-stntt, They Fear . the TN the gtratt leading liuire ;.re dangerous heap^ of Irk, flint, and bits of one. They have i"en left heinrid by drainage wortran, Meal I,M munition I -\ ti And ttt mj feetbii %  thai Uus i rotest day." organised Urtcan Nallofsol Con( CJli, no, we no re nolhMia 14 roftmoS With (in0outauti"). will lwt lead to the Joha**se*burg fears. Mavbe. Ihoush. al one or Iwo of the rnnnv oWier Industrial %  tmres where the ciigreta ut >i.: -ii .!.i. %  1U1 • %  > %  ii.tUa Never theiess, I fi elate 4 \ f'ien**' %  • %  %  i-i tuai f,iil> a) %  my white UBSr pecauw anj black or cofbureri lint inWrveuing at .hi tnomftg r>r high political te.islon between' lglute and while over the rule of law hsMS could have the most far-reaching political !isct]uences. M.ilnn's Nationalists fi SAILOR MA! A\ BallU ol Britain ace and leadrr of Ihe Torch Com"lando trhtch Aa< demanded Ihir,;irts ground the only she of muss drinking and marijuana orgies. Other Illicit beer slIIU are In the immediate neighbourhood of Fordsburg's main M)u The merting hnt not had tTtn n With Of the 100.000 atlendan wi'uch the organiser*' advance hoo*tlng rlaimed it would have But It requires only one dopeman to eel slight a A'ould spread rapidly. Black Tragedy The tragic thing about South Africa blacks as I see it in thi: first imuTcasion is this: In demonstrating against the Ualan Uiws resfrktihg them from coming into these urban area"—and confining them, to special reserve., of their own— .'iey arc demonstrating against their own salvation. Only by keeping down the number of blacks m JohannesourK and similar aieiis will it be possible lo kill these orgies. reminiscent of the worst of Brlt;iln'. IndustrlBr revolution. Only with the restriction of numbers will it be possible to Improve housing and provide amenities (t all which will raise their standards of living. Hut arrogance and hatred drive them on to self-deslruction. CARLSEN GETS OUT UNIFORM AGAIN A Page One Sailor goes back to the sea uith a salty -.hrug at fame and wealth. i: KHKDKRK K COOK WOODBR1DGE. New Jersey. IN THE little back bedroom of an unpretentious white wood house at 65. Alwar! Street in WoodbridtfC— safely out of sight of i the nearest salt water—a dark blue uniformt lies folded on the bed. It has been sponged and pressed and the four broad gold stripes on the sleeves gleam brightly. The braid on the peaked cap has had a loving polishing, too. Captain Carlsen is oft to sea again. Kurt Carlsen's new ship—Flying Enterprise II—is at this moment loading 1,200 miles away at Mobile. Alabama, on the Gulf of Mexico Carlsen expects the telephone to ring at any hour. Hitf bags stand ready. His wife will drive him over to the airport. Then he will escape from the Jitters that still pour in, the weird and wonderful offers of huge I sums of money, the strangers who greet him ihe badgering from the radio and television people—all the things that go with the business of being a world celebrity. At the moment Carlsen has other things m his mind. He is out in the garage behind' ihe house with paint smears up to his elbows, j re-enamelling daughter Sonia's bicycler—o] job she says he must finish before he can go off to sea again, Sonia is unable to supervise the job. She is n bed with tonsilitis. But she is very much: he captain of the Carlson household just the •ame. I was talking to her mother (whose calm t L> ryt s have lost now that look of nameless Iread they wore when her husband's picture .vas in every paper perched on the slanting leek of his dying ship). I had asked what was the tonnage of the new ship they have ;iven her husband. Mrs Carlsen hesitated. Then from the sickroom came Sonia's voice: "Ten thousand four hundred tons. She's a C-2. The Knterprise was inly nint? thousand one hundred and sixtyeight. The new ship has 48 men. And 12 passengers— she's much nicer." Kurt Carlsen's painting job is the last of many he has btoa doing here at home since he came back to find himself a hero. 10.000 LETTERS HOOKS! HOOKS! THE FINEST RANGE IN TOWN AT THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY White Tragedy As for Calvlnlst ex-pastor Malnn and the men be.iiiiti him. the tragedy Is that intolerance of the British—and Our club," one of them h e arroganT nmbltion to turn lre.idy hinted thai Ihey mean laughed, pointing dertaively. But South Africa into a purely Boer to denounce and ban the antithe "dub' was closed. So was country—Is driving white South \ a 11 null isO cK-Secvieemens the Sulvatlun Army hostel. The> Africa lo destruction. Torch Commando organisation talked politics — among IhemFoT this piission Is bringing as "Coj mm mists and nigger-lovselves, wilh me. "We are slaves, him Into conflict with the rule era" Bui we h;ill i i me, f law which is the only possiThi not. might provide the boas." ble basis for Ihe survival of Ihe prelexi. The Torch L\.mmau' blacks. .! an African peddler fortunately there are signs squallim; by the road. "'al " danger* are lieing recognised by the leaders of Malans And then, like the Saturday own Dutch IMormed Church. MY SIXOND reason for under!>cfoie ami the Saturday before Saner counsels may yet prevail, standing the nervousness of white lh.it. Kiev l*egan to move off in • • Johannesburg: i* because of whal twos and threes towards tho Afidniutit Postscript. Ah. u'clU f sin in) l f here yesterday Bantu i|orts .-[round. in JohaHiicibu'o "i' demonstroaftcrnooii. There, oh %  square of dcrelic' riow baa in fact gone off u'Hhout F"< among the Africans I .saw land oui.gtOUOd incident fltit if could hare gone in V >i.lsburg's "Freedom Square" —wheie a few of the inure endifferently. I /eel there is no 'iced —o named for the Day—weru lightened Africans wore playing /or shame about my jitters, many of the same men I had seen tennis—a long line of men stood. L.E.S. would defy any Mich DM**. Civil war would be at hand. What I Saw OI II III \IH Its SAY Difficult Prvhhm To The VHitor,Th*' Advent,-— SIR.—It is nsisl regrettable that some of the Anglo-Catholic members of UM Church of Kiudaim m Barbados cannot, at this tune, think clearly about the subject of birth control. : F*jrtus*atoiy. the opinions expressed >n rtic letteri of Archdeacon Hatesunson and Saxonieun an rii't held by aO (lie Anglican clergy It wmneturitent TOTWIO acquaint ourselves with the eritleal sifuation now fating this islniiti. with the social aigVasSsV'mic eon-e>i.ngiV liurin %  th? last 100 year*, artli*,* In the lust two decades, enormous I iea| M'h-m-e nnd pi' v um, i-uhlk leallh has i it* own add *e i the type of cpldD ew and dreadecr. Surely in this age a m wom.m must be allowetl and tSUflM to arrange their family to suit Pttll • -.onuiKs. .-.) thai each ciiild can be adequately fed, ctoUafd, educated and given the best possible start In life. Aldous Huxaty in his book "Theme* and Variatlons"* puts Die problem %  from inoingn always damtercus; bui th Involved in birth c %  ... great a" those arhleti ortsa maai Indlvidtaa i their natural breeding 1 habit* In .. world where by lane, tusccticides. antibiotics and false illy changed their natural dying habits, if ws Interthat bring death, we must also Interfere with th.ise that bring life. OtherR|I J ti on tlon. an unfavo-.n I between m-m ana hi ment, wholesale destruction of pUOMt ny resources, hunger, revo%  -terns aureomycin and plastic dentures, contraception beoomes n necessity and (SM of a world populattoaT policy a miiMer of the most urgent impor'..1IKC.' The method' advocated In %  I %  : a) may look alright in print but It show* a complete 1-u-k of anowladggi f %  i{| the basic biological processes. It is the contention of many religious persons that I tinence is the only aid to the limitation of offspring and that this la approved by moral law. The chaste man or woman, obviously, never has a child. It is, on the other hand, the belief of most psyoholotdbta, that absolute continence, in the presence of continuous temptation, such t itably. exist in the case of marriage bvAveen two person' who have for •aeh other a profound affection, produces cffect.1 on the mental' life and dally behaviour that gre imt eonducFul and healthv existence How much bigger we want our r ental hoapilaU to grow? Incidentally, one notices that '.] the joplc in Barbadi who are agaidfl birth control and who writs most vehementh about the subject are male. Thei do not have to go through nine months of pregnancy with the vomiting. disroqVprt, the labour E ilns and she danger to then ,'et Cancel of the womb am Ban i alto more common ii women who have home n large number of children. Il i* for the women of Barbados to do something about the matter of birth control and leav lo their mediaeval thinking, if they wish. The Church has had to change i attitude on many subjects ovi the lentnhes. It once applauded and encouraged Ihe burning of witches at the stake and claimed that the World was Hat When anaesthetics were first used 'midwifery, they said that wi sinful too The Church's vast e in matters of morality did not prevent enuddled thinking about these and many other I i t us hope that the lime is not far off when birth control will be viewer! more intelligently Perhaps some Deaconesses wnul I be of assistance al tin of the Synod. FLORA. There was the new radio mast he had to put up for the short-wave set on which hej" chats to other hams throughout the world. There was the gardening to do and the new car to clean and grease and the children to I consult about where the medallions and com\ memorative scrolls should hang and what i should be done with his own model of a fourmaster Danish training ship now that there were so many new momentoes to And wall-, space for. And of course, there were the letters—well ever 10,000 of them and still coming in. Seventeen secretaries laboured to answer them at the peak time. But Carlsen signed every' one of them himself. "That was the least 1 could do," he said. All those people taking' the trouble to write. You'd never have thought it, would you?" A great deal of his time has been devoted to saying no—no to the masses of moneymaking offers that have been made to him.' The offers grew bigger and bigger every time he said no. The businessmen bidding for him i-ould not believe he meant it. Why should they? A man who just did not care about monev was new to them. But in the end they have had to accept it. "You understand," Carlsen told me. "1 ami not an actor or a television star. I couldn't' write a book if I tried. The sea—that is where I belong. I am not a real celebrity." If Carlsen had chosen to accept the offers he and his household would now be wealthy. There could have been a valet to sponge his uniform and a now bicycle for Sonia instead of a paint job on the old. Mrs. Carlsen could have had a maid and a cook. She need never igata IKIVI' set tool inside the well-kept modernistic kitchen which is obviously her tar. Carlsen could have had by now simply fanlastic sums if money if he had been willing to SJV yes. They have been begging him to do coast4ocaast TV shows They have invited him to sign endorsements for beer and cigarettes for yachting caps and 1 -Hipops, and un.-inkable row-boats; to make speeches on this and that; even to o to Hollywood and play himself on the screen. Carlsen haa turned them all down. He lowered his voice as thoui'h fearing that Mrs. Carlsen might not understand. "It will be good to be back on, my own bi I said. "It can't come too soon for me.—L.E.S. **>* For Walls and Dressinu-Tables 22" x 1" M" x 1" SO" x 16" 50" x 18" Triple Mirrors all bvvrllrd 30" Round Mirrors bevelled and polished edges C. S. 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TUVReDAV. APRIL 17. 152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Si. JUKI. Rnund-up Fox Club Is A Popular Spot RESIDENTS of the Garden. Mount Standfast and other districts of St. James are finding the -Fox Club" at the Garden a very useful place for Indoor More Asked For Adult Pensioners THE St James Vestry should Carpenter to die for Murder PAGE prvt IS it that all their adult penogam Mked "* )ur > n,,t sloners get nothing less than three cvp Uw v '* nc, ( "re -hillings per week. Mr. J. M #> Irom Paie l simply means a wicked demcanou. urier the stabbing to kill or do grievous bodily ham showed he had mtcruie.l lo kill which Is likely to mult in death Hem*. i order to get at the InMalnrie for the defence tenlion of the accused .. ed by a fight, and It is suggested nlenllot. i 0 Jl>u in Bl the accuw<1 w „ m provoked by the conduct ot the •leceased woman at the time c' the kilting, that a reasonable '„•.. „„ M you UI cam !" S .he "S>*L—L !2^2 %  .hey were uncorroborated for the vW£lr. K"ci. OKaiSLKjJJSSS'SSf SKSSLS %  w. These "dislrieu are" ^ri Crick Mid .1 a merlin, yesterday mo 1 n and P"Jud.crt. H. Innuin IU. In.t youhav. lo >ljS,*7lw. JSlMul viu Vestry was considering the estlaufflcient provocation. ***£ nt ? nllon %  negaMved of 1 ,h i lf" 1 !" r* nc •<* J mate, on which they proposed to His Lordship in summing UD ** !" e of the circumstances sue* **" MgfJlliea At threat*. So that The Club was opened In 1*47 Mr. Donald Hinds. At that onlv 37 members hut .i y ,n ralc for l95 2"" He said M'd: •* • "dn quarrel which it la nemlH-rshiu is nearl, !tl at P* 0 *""' 0 %  hould be made in Mr Foreman and gentlemen of *"' to you n uk n P Uc ** t figure 38 take an e8 matM "> nuke it possible the Jury, the accused i* charged ,nrn ,h >* Provocation ;' of them to get 5, per f you are satisfied with the evidence whi.-h goes to show that the accused had (or some considerable %  vith'the murder of EJmina Hovte Malice ,im delivered threats to kill an the 11th January last. The Nuw malice afoiethought I* Elmina ll.>>: e -and eventual* f pointed out that some of the defence to that charge is not a other expressed or implied, nd killed her as is admitted by the of the Club. Soon members UI !!£, J^ n ol S 1 r ,n parl h d< '" lal of ,he •""'" of Elmina expressed malice is evidence defence, that would mean vou are be playing again for both the A Z.Z h ,!,' „j*i,jfi" |Mr w H,,ytl bv ,no <*uscd; that is not V lfter ruch a w "nred here-^y "atisiled thi.t there was expressed and B Class Championships. thitwl Z#21, Vi,f ,"** lo ^"ied Dut the defence U that ihreata—or a person lying In wait malic*. And that exprwed malice. the circumstances of th< *• ***** In the circumstance* if proved, the law MH, would time it had only 37 to-day the n 150 Of that figure. M take an .""" interest in table tennis %  Waldo Ramsay Is the present H B Class Table Tennis Champion t a\M The Club has entered two di"J" c for any man have at leu? lea in the mornina. ~ ,,,„„ ,„,„, ancTEJ .ill" VTi. m d "f" V '""""'I noTSlllJ ,h. d „ fT .*VLi 29" '."' bu, ,u,.iy of m^S visions in the B.T.T.A. tournaments. TbJ Division 1 te^m fs sxippeied by Charles Hendy and T^T %  •*"" %  "'^ on less ,t sguill^ to case, and on r %  |g srbjen "* ,n 8 Particular cav :uid it is prevent any uiiesticn of provoeayour verdict if murder. URhter. Tt.ercrl f. onij able to" nier a Division II team but since thai t.me its play* ers have made rapid strides. Next year the Club will be entering a ladiss team. Already it has five good lady players. The championPatricia Austin, is a pupil of Queen's College. She will the Udies IT'", much *"""* lo ">" concsjrnini the hlo-m be..,, Mr S A. Walcott said that'" 1 M.500 were voted last TSr lor 2? "' "" ,! '" poor relief and it was over spent U '' lcc ha ,hc """^ k,ll El by M57 44. He wanted the "^Jftft ^ members to realise that the poor u l hr du, > cf ,hc Poution relief was onlv meant to heln the Wablish the guilt of the accused _^ l_ ' III Villlt 1 .•l-ll^>.B.. k^ _J '•nplied or may be implied rrogt tion arising such as would red ,K' wa rCUn X? -nC ? rrwsndlisl Ihe ey.deiur to manslaughter. %  Ji ^ fi -rC " "^ An ^ 8 ******* """ rvid.nre rressed malice m th torn, of regard! tl.re.iis and lying in wait, with i'tg of ,i wMssM btr heart with idged instrument though the circumstances show that he did it without threats, the law would Imply malice. .udden twi No one could expect' that three shillings were Into Apart Irom Table Tennis, the 1^^ ****** :"PPort Club also hold* du for hreats. you will gh Carefully the points put to :i MalMM HI which he DU not to accept the evi' the wUne-so and th. • ith regard threats. The main ix-mt. or one if the main A VOrd or two about „ >udden K'"" B i '"' ** uU ,'" y a is ~^ -"' ;!:;:'"'; cum st.ncVTh':!: s :^ Xr ^rs^rZ J 3iiS^*^***^**&^i S**TSn m 1 1 ? P T to b0 •~ after a quarrel, it mnv be that delivei-ed. stnl on friendly terms one kills the other, "h. mnv h wl,n vch other, not in thi satisfaetsOlt l-eyond And if. with the t.... But the fact l,vc cnat Ses before you, there Club also holds toumamenu. in 7^, ,K„ ^ Ul """ ,HcX %  VnaanTTsTl. foSTT .VT K,1 Mne h,lls ""• otn he may be w,lil ^ch other, not in the HIIMI dominoes. draughU and bridge. I^L^hJT^^ Wa Sff9*fi ?hi^re?.m-^ £*! whrther evicted of mm.li.ugh.er;' bu*>' v '" '" the same house, but BarUN .h,s month a team from ^"m Th^ rlnSSS!= w ht W back !" *£?£!?<£* hfifTSoff'S "* !" niusI *~ "'I** S *lng seen about tog. Rank Hull wa*. r!rfe.-. P d in ^ ,ronl lhe P*n*iO!lcrs. %  r 'n >ou find him guilty of own mgut nm nnA ^ h _.!,,„... easitnallv. And there Is ihnt hit Bank Hal) was oeicaien in a —.,,"" whist drive. The games were L Th Vegtrv did not decide as """"laughler. played on six tables. Fox Club inc r policy that all adult pensionSudden On u i, I led by six rubbers. •" W 0U .'A STl L' • >er wcck bul Now he defence puts It to vou • as poor relief that there w.s a sudden quarrel passed $27,732 32 The Club once sponsored boxt* the ensuing year, ing. It is expected that this will Before they completed laying be revived shortly. Many pipu'he estimates, they adjourned unlar boxers such as "Sugar Rav til Monday at 12 noun. Robinson." Belfleld Kid and Kenhii|iiir_\ Into ]Vhisi<:iun a 8 Dcutli Again Adjourntd own setting nnd on (he evidence, casit nally And there is that bit and as hns been put to you. It "' evidence that Elmina Hoyte still would not reduce a cr.m from won! into th,hotsM m wnlch he murder to mrnslaughtcr if after raaldog. Therefore it Is up to you ai sudden quarrel one man struck if you can accept the g|||sjlin "l with his fist and the, these witnesses who gave evidence revolver and r.Uout th e threat" when they were ^hot him. But as I said before. M lll on such good terms ."illy of manaliuilSr and rS '"" "' ot murder • %  u "'"' "••• "o iv evidcinc HI llu'U.i...:Kou .u Provoeallon —-w-lrrtT ne aayl llial Aibounu Now provocation. Irovocatlon. lu.i moUW "I no... MM na~— II it is there, negatives a wicked ..i.i loe Court . ... killing I. inlention which I have ro-ntloiird. Appeal, on the slairs, uul lliej '' "">">• %  < For your purIhe wicked inleolioi, lo kill 01 lo „..|.pVuiM ol u,. c.. malic, .toredo .rcvlou. bodily harm: and the ., on „ ^Z W mat mid LlMothM %  taooa .!'• relief that U* between the two parties; that „,. there was provocation operating "ther pulled out in the mind of the accused which wis sufficient In itself to negative a wicked intention which is a necessary Ingredient or element in in* charge of murder. As yen heard, murder Is the intentional • %  nd deliberate killing of one person by another and if one man kills another and there is evidence of malice aforethought, us the law desenl*s it. the pe ny Seaman were seen in action in the Club's ring. Mock Trials and debate! are regularly held in the Clubs spacious hall which is equipped with i I I %  it. U-rii Ins an I ladio. Within the Club there Is a body known as the Pioneer Group. Mr. Colvin Leslie U in charge ol thi, group which cons'sts of about 19 "'* Worship Mr. C U Walw Sir)* Thev ar taueht hand,. Acting Coroner of District "A ? OEO m ,h craft yesterday further adjourned the thought means a wicked intention, provocation must be of such ,. The Cluh had its Annunl Gen. In <*u>t touching the death ol ••" m,on,, m to kill or an intcnkind as would make a reasonable --,-,, ... ,.-,,„ (r „, u,,,, P^Udent Mr Mtohkcl Svinchri cl ""' h """' A P rtl %  '." ""'S """ d "" h mul "" %  "'"" ***** ""< %  ""• 5 not 'J. '"''" r ,' '" "" ,"" " SU!a,. EtS. Dfn. !" d Meanwel, d,ed ,, U, ,„ a, J !" ^ >" , oe -"-•** *• ,•- £W ^SUTS SSTSSkS Hind. Treasurer. The Commit. Top Bock. Cl.rlst Church on ?„',*"'!. * '1 h c „S e J" l,lon ' HerlSL h?. ,,T '' n T ''' mur_ RMO Mil w,ll „„,„J „ic !;'S:K irifsS: sst s JSS sSr^r a ^j s^a ? & vSS%r SS "•" c, '''" c,to lav. Mr. Vere De Pciza. Mr. Girmortea* examination at th* BtlTwbod Licorish and Mr. Michael ton's Parlour. Dr. Cato told the Si. Jot'/.h Round,,,, Symmonds. tXiuri yesterdav that dMth was r r Owing to the popularity of the due to acute alcoholism and liver Club the membership is steadily disease. increasing. On Friday night there Mr. N. Carmichacl Government % % %  ill l-e .. TaileT-NT.is CthlbittOB A.i.,1^-. wtlO WM hBDdgd HRf match bctueen the A and B P'^s of ihe viscera alleg<>eeti uken from the hodv of the B plavers five points. deceased and two bottles of livid said that in his opinion MERLVN' OROI'ND, a small dnth was c.med by drinking cricket Held situated about half nu.inlitles is of such %  kg i vitipino has been severely enttogi khkd H WOCshJ If* and belittled by Mr. H elf mile away from the main road at Bav Rum QgrdhtV St. James, is once again bottles submitted to him in the limelight. Years ago this ground was the favourite of old cricket players such as Johnnie Bynoe. By the way Johnnie lives not far from the ground and this might be responsible for his long career. **%****M***5ffi coast. A big hitter might cause J^L^ 1 ? unloa ln hhall intA >cstfrda>. rVLsnnable maji so lota A,ld •** a '* 0 Pi-irlm and Augustus ilrol that he did the 1'hiUipa. But if you accept the killing and at the time of the ,Al ' %  ••* *ho deed was not gblg to form that testitled about the threaLs. it I a intention which the law "i.Uicr entirely fur you. you will requirei should exist as an clethan be MtaaAad thai there is that ment in the charge of murder, expressed ma ice, the evidence by Having *aid this much for the that fact that some of them o r any general way of the law, I shall be of them Is saying whai llr.KrU.KT SMALL of Chalky ns brief s 1 can In reminding you mind of the accused and thi would negative any questti MAN DIES' SUDDENLY the samples of thd Mount, St. Andrew, died suddenabout the defence. hlch were In Ihe two 8L?8 Sa,u r d .)' a' about 11 a.m. The defence Is a jdden quarrel provocation on the micht of the I .Hillnurd on pair • Varied Cargo Arrives Jordan Again Churchwarden Of St. James trouble by knocking the ball Into Small a middle aged the company of oth Hrucc Vale Factory in St. An~diew. when he complained of o headache and before moving from the spot he died. A past mortem examination was performed later the same day. by Dr. L S. Tappin P.M.O.. Si. And'c'i'rlo ?IT^" n i'. .i! h **• %  *? nB ,Uri Mr A '***** !" re-eleethim He said that he triad to d cargo causes was the verdict return^ churchward,,, ,.f Si Jamas keep up she tradition ol tho The naerwaed hrouaht -.tnrch APtimmiTriv ioru, a^si or tn *' sec " consccu'ivf Inm' othei churcowgrdgng "whose This however rarely f '^ ,"7^TTTves Umes and a-,v V\ 2 jPu ^]t" Virn .* to give occur, as the bowling ol the '^ '""'• s ^*,*„ KrSht ^? f y :? .*" n'Tl^.^!^*^ >" l rl lv %  ft*rnoon. He teams playing is always tight p^ngcr. 12 S" ( % l r P""*, ol,do >'> Mon prt.pos..d l.y Mr S A WoIet lie ,,,l th;.!. with th. n •! Nearly every Sunday cricket P T k p.,,^hmuahi n r l^L V fP* 0 ** themselves ,manH BKOTKlsd b) M: .1 II Wl Hoi ry, the OthSr matches are held at Merlyn ., !" .rSia^v SS ^L' i T y, ,i. U "-' k,rn "' ,nd >"! klnMB %  • "" "'—nutin Grounds. Some players keep cool JJJ?* Cf m h rH 'Z It ^ n !" .' f lhc road and Mr Jorda wo by a majordv orda n Cbiprt Ofl 0 BUM which JnrSnET SfT wff ble ',P aM in *e road. Policemen c„.k who was nominated bv The f cinema ennirs^aniETlUJr>.. on ,^"^ ere W ""^ troughMr A G JohntOD and seeonONLY ONE Ashing boat from ^/" %  7';,?* .^^ •*^ fn1 "' out the dgy. and lor once no acciby Mr C. B. Searles Boarrd of OttOrtftoiu Mr S A Reeds Bay district went out fishr nnr "uit juices, and canned dents occurred up to six o'clock W..kol_ and Mi C. Q MaWlali Ing yesterday. Two others were H ,ii' un ; u. !" .^, fcl ,,. e ln tne ev """8 The seabathing Bclorc this. Mr. Jordan nomlffigliwau Commissiimera. Mr S tied at their mooring while three 'JJ TeJSn-nVwi il^i E W 1?' PP uUr U '"'<>">nated Mr. S. A. Walcotl a Messiah and Mr S A Walcott. were hauled up on the beach. ih. ...J. ,. I? ., "fr WM ary Vpty ,ew P 6 00 went for Churchwarden lor the ensuing Sn>-itaru Coinmlstioners: Mr. R. Fishermen Irom the district "£ "T !" ,?i i I V ncluded w con " iw,m An <''"nal feature term. Mr. Jordan was sccondcu C. Hutron, Mr. S. A. Walcotl. Mr. told the Advocate that during the ," '.'.TUL il,* a pCaH %  l' 1 '."' " Monday, at Bathsheba was but Mr. Wnlcolt withdrew on ihe A I. Jordan. Mr. ('. tl Mesial,, morning the wind Is very light or B !" !' i. £TJ" m \W '*UII. A number of younggrounds that there were only Mr. J M. Crick. Pew fU*f Comtherefore they do not go Ashing. ' Z^Hm'rJ-, vegetab es. sters from St. Michael enjoyed a K DMOthj left and it was best mUt The RgctoT, Uw ChurchThey are however catching a lot y !" £. **? 'J,,,," mo i? r J1 VPh l^lo, *me on l*aehmount pasture, to allow Mr Jordan to cairy on, waiden Ind Mr C G Messiah, of pot fish. The wind has been St£ ?' ^"i mPdirfl **" lnou f n lh n *' %  Kreat. „ he had served well the prevlMr. E. S 1 A Il..|. (Pans*, light lor the last two weeks. J !" ;. i^^. 0 '^ "? nttings. The liathrheba Social Centre 0 us year. Cuirch and Chapels); Building %  lothwas crowded throughout the day Mr Wilkinson said that as far CftmmfttM: Tho Rector, Mr A. herfrom mid-day to 5 p.m.. as people as they knew, the Maude Bill L. Jordan. Mr S A. Walcott. Mr ;md danced in various styles. was in Selec; Commit'. II J II Wilkinson. Mr. C. O. ngs. VEKE BRADHIIAW of Newnot cnvLxage that it would take Messiah, Mr E. St. A Holder. by having a regular sea bath while the match is in progress. piles, .iron olpes and paints, ronfectionerv. shr THE NEW PUBLIC BATH and Ing. cement, efearettes. run Toilet which was erected o n the rings, razor blades, coffin na beach at Reeds Bay. St. James, furniture, rope. enn.l h. will soon be officially opened, ravon niece goods agricultural castle. St. John was treated by more than" three months: He Mr. J. M Wr ComThe building is already complettools, aluminium sheeting, wim Dr. E. B Carter. P.M.O.. St. John understood that the Government mittee: The Rector. Mr. A. U ed_and pointed. rope, watemroof capes and toilet on Monday last for injuries was trying to get it through as Jordan, Mr S A. Walcott and sections—ono preparations. wh ich he received in the early speedily as possibly so that it Mr. J M. Crick. , hours of Monday. Bradshaw, a wouh! be in lime for the next Present at the meeting were watchman at Newcastle plantselection and so he was seconding Rev A. W. Johnson. Mr J. H. public convenient!and this lion, said he was attacked by a the motion t.'iat Mr Jordai Wilkinson. Mr A. L, Jordan. Mr. Archibald Drayton. a sailmakmade the surroundings very in. man, who struck him with some carry on for the session J. M Cm k Mi i: St \ H'd-r, er of the didnct. toW the Adrosanitary. stones. The injuries were on his Mr Jordan thanked the memMr A. G. Johnson. Mr. C. B. eate that the toilets especially Picnics are regularly held in head and face. He was proceedben of the Board of Guardians Searles. Mi W, H. Wakott. Mr were badly needed. He said that this district and the fish market ing along the Highway near Newand the Building CommUtee* [or S. A. Walcott, Mr. C. G. Messiah formerly people used the beach stall Is only a few yards gwmy. castlg at the time of the Incident, the way ln whlc u -he' helped and Mr S Messiah. 3 There are two lor men and the other women. Each section has shower baths and a toilet. AW COME ON MAN YOU SIMPLY MUST HAVE CARIB St. Lueia \sk> For Pluntain, Goal Quota a) Frew Page 1 began on lltr. March and continued until tho lltb oratr \ get negotiations started. tho workers wer* ordered to return lo work. Tliis strike has been the sub)rc1 <>f a Fact Finding C'omnus'..'ii set up under the Chairman%  hip if Sir Clement Malone. an. comprised of Mr Hagelv. tx L-iKtur Commissioner ol Gronad and Mr. Pearso.-i, Labour Advise lo the Windward Islands' Govern mot it That Commission begai to take ev,donee on the 28th o March, e'ght days after work b his union had been fully resumed and completed the evidence or Wednesday last. The report i iiiw bring awaited. Since then, a request by th Executive Council ol the Unioi for the setting up of an Arbitration Tribunal was refusetl bv thi Administrator of St Lucia, pemtmg log rssMfl Of the Fuel Find I | 1 OB 'iKvMt.n The strike resulted out of fail UN by th c sugar Producers' As si ciation of St. Lucia to rwognls. the Roseau PeasanU and Workers' Union which had made de mind* for increased wages Iron 08 cents per day for men to *2.m a day, and from 72 rents a da for women to fI 44 u,r ,(* %  th" Othet t'nions having signed : contract with th,. Sugar Produc crs to work for gi.f} por d^ Mr. Brown said there was rlswide %  pratd di-satisfaction. The increases demanded by th Roseau Peasants and Worker trg based on the cujrres ponding increases roceivod hy thiro<1ucex who were also thgrowers of canes, on the prlc\t M ,BS" for *"• lfl52 rr P vf the IB50 crop. Mr. Brown who Is also a representative of thc Legislate. ( ounc 'l 00 thc Central Houslni Authority, which among 0VJW things looks fcfter Slum cleargnce said that all the houses and al the Government Offices, excep' f r r h' Town Hall and the Post twice, have now been complttt in the Castries rebuilding pr,, gramme. ^ w Th.Houses are being oceuple. hv a large section of th* workm class population of Castries, at I nominal rental value Iwse.i on th %  fgregate amount ntvessury tr • -rviee th,. h,a,i. and Government loniniun.ly mourns his loss," Mr. Cambridge conUnued "A beacon luu been removed frr.m us. but iv. light shall continue t-. Ine forever in our memortes." Mr. Cambiidge expressed "the. Sincere thanks of the people of Mntifi'i (Milan* to the Colonial iievrlojiment and Welfare IVlartrnent for all it had done In arranging for the bo.lv to he flown home. Mr. Catehpole for keeping them Informed, and the %  UkW fll,w students and people who had aaslated In any way.* Comprising the mourning party which arrived here for the l K -lv y.eie Mr Cecil Cambridge. Mr (Vuirloa James. Mr. |ta.|) nathorne. Mr. (leorge Lortl Mr Uncamnra. Mr. Samuel Alfred Kelly. Mr Wilfred Caesar, Mr. Claude Geddes Mr. Basil King. Mr Mgar Mar shall. Mr Frank Denbow, Mr Oeorga Wblll, Ml Kennedy Bar; m Mr C'har.ii Graham, Mr Leo Strvke, Mr Etlgar Thnrnhlll, Mr fxignr Chester. Mr Harry i'"\WOO, Mr Andrew Jackson i of live Folenitlon ot' i (r.->vea-iiineni Employees' Union. and Mr Trevor Mayers. Secretary of the Public Works Union 3 Months for False Statements His Worship Mr C L W.l*>n. Acting Police Magistrate of District M A* yesterday MtlMnced 22-year-old labourer Rudolph Clarke of Martlndale's Road, St. Michat-l to three months' imprisonment with hard labour for attempting \n obtain three cartons af -marrttes tToni the Kinniu-. Phoenix Pharmacy by missing: !sl statements. The %  fQgagUUou alleged that Clarke went into th* Phoenix Pharmacy and approached Seiberi Pollard, a clerk in the Pharmacy and lold him that a Mr. Rock had sent him for three cartons ot Trumpeter cigarettes. Investigations were made and the story ot Clarke was lound to be Incorrect. The Police then ^ i rested Clarke. Keeper of 'he criminal record told the court that Clarke has a bad record V. '/W///. ''-','-*V'. '> 'S*SSS.'SSSSSS.'SSSSSSSSS. Give yourself strength with daily BOVRIL When there's a ob to be done or a game to be plavrd—o cup ol Bovril rt the very best of drinks Its rKh heefy flavour sends a welcome glow through you lb beefy goodness puts new hie into vou. There's nothing .ike Bovnl to build you up and sustain you. BOVRIL HEALTH IS EVERV BOTTI Tr ASTHMA Bm to ease the strain in 50 seconds! w •_ fat /** I eboksag Aachssa makn ye* t breadi. one Ephasooe I in the asouth esses the %  atj goaJUf aadsfhcdetly. Rememear, k kt ski* is-ase on tbc %  ruem ehich i the hlggset eaager from ooatsios seecral heallag i wbidh dissolve UM Mrsngl^ui, laden at .lunulauoai in thc kal tubes, and in dui wtp pnxnotei east, normal breathing, Tke Bphssone ireaunmt u so sunplr tool Nothing %  micct. nothing to inhale. No nutter how iwiftly oi uncspectedly die enack comes, there Is alsmys tune to ihcck Asihms wiih t'phaions Pet rapid iclkf from Atuuiis. Rron-hlut and Hum. i.!*, Caurrk. %  rears keep a supply of I'pbasont isblcti baady I fOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE %  taM kf all ri| i'M r--.*•! f *•* ..ki.li)r mmm i %  < %  '' a


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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE THVBSDAV. AHtIL 17. IWt CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR RE.VT THREE ROBINSONS GET IN ON ACT I m BYA^^ saw ''^Hffl Effort* Hade To Ikim Minsimri SHIPPING NOTICES n* i SHORTLY atrOftl his San Francisco beat with Cart Oiaoa. of Honolulu. middleweight champion "Sugar Ray" Robinson luads hlraaeU hi • mirthful mlx-up with a coupla of other Robtnaons. At right, screen star Edward G. Robinson plants a "punch" that aanda the fighter Into the aims of San Francisco's Mayor Elmer E. Roblnaon. "Sugar Ray" la donating hla share of purse to the Run TOD Cancer Fund. f Inttrnattonam) tiiiTlr*! aSSTBAU*, Kill ZCAL-sMI ll*>I I IMF II I, NF.RHASKA. Apr. 16. .at A.wx. LMBI Uw lha rUMMI ...rW^r, hull.,-' "* T1KOA m rtMulM to Mil M ^.i .-i i£S. . ; "•' *•*• %  •**• rVbruar, IS* Malta**..-.. ing artinciul oank* uouretl sand. -,,„-,, j^i *>dn Mch ism Bn> gravel und lumber Into dykes bn> aurrK HM ai uij a %  < Tw aasaa holding back the pounding waters r !" *£" •"* "* % %  %  **• %  >•< %  ' • %  •** of the Missouri river. They ^ .Elton •... „r. 0 th.. — warmed over these banks build... -,„. ampi. %  *• i \uied and Mrs mg Ihem ever higher and rush: f •*• %  Mrs* — Ing lo repair the rilghteat -chink" I <*•• -^.M*!. o ttroua* through which the river couldi f burst in upon the near deserted' .tiles of East Omaha *nd Council, bluffs, Iowa. The river swept! cast t 2R.S feet—highest in Its, history It roe* hourly towards • he predicted crest tomorrow of 315 feet. „ _, Meanwhile !rnm Washington. President Truman flew to the heart of the Midwestern flood country to inspect the damage and confer with seven governors on a relief programme. Truman s DC.-8 "Independence" took oft from the National Airport at 5 a.m. EAT %  He told newsmen before he left "this la a bed "" %  -UP. tar tramh!t>t*ni itlUi Oulana. tfnirt ai 1 f-tand*. For luiinvt aarttrulari apply Mtt ii.(i a eo. S.TS). TSIS1I1M. '.•.'/,'/>•,'////•' %  IV .111 S .%  .for. I M V „.,* Cargo Th. M V -MUSUCA am >< %  DMriBSSS. Anils-1*. Honl*. r... SKU and S Km. Sailing mS*T Th* M V CAMBBir • 111 and Pain lagan tor usHgwa, Uonmmi, Kiita, Sallin* M**.. laih MSI Ml l HDONIk IIWMH ;, .-...., i,iid\ is< \ c assgssss fas. *MI %  >.<-d ii> %  •* %  in as—tn The public Kjvlns %  a %  ss< %  *mtni atJ 7 _r.ij.mT IAJ %  ; %  Titi.ii' SALES Carpenter To Die For Murder Harbour Log In Carlisle B.y 9nc. NEW 0iTsfckviCE NEW ORLEANS SERTICB A STEAM EH "S Ui A STEAMER •as!.. 10th A STEAMEH .alia S*th I •lanrl ainvn. lUrbadoa ISIh April. 1*17 Ajwil-imvN Barbado* sSUi April. ISM Bill -tnivaf DarbMol lUlli May. ISSt • il-ADtOI I DAH14AOfler. ar • bring Uktn Inr (Had loll and Dahlias r d>-|i.*T* I" Ilsr.Mt-.tMT ISM. partla* K^klna plaaaa phniw *4U Ur-nl. i 1.1 II 1 U 1B JVST Hrc-RlVXn-Valor i sssgai I -;TV ... 1'and 1 IMS el tond at l>a* C*lt m.rt lath SI Michael, 'a ISWiartS. F.l^ti.'Wv and CX %  tailed. IivyarUor. riirari *n sppllcailon W Sliriiiir>. Jamaa I3I 11 Hll StieH, IfMUnl at I ..!., rtc-rii S our .tock ag MOM [rtr.rm TV. to lor Two Dollari, jour S> CC 1-TT>. 4 U l 1 n I.. Ih> nail. Trl*raa>h t'.ii l.iinl'. I'tiiing Dally Nawapapai now 'rrivma in BarbaeM by AW only a Itw .. %  I afMr eiihiirattan in Lendon Conl.i Ian Oalr t „ AdvneaiV r., u.l i^il Krprawi taitve, Trl. ft I ft M 4 B-t 1 n • J v m OKM1 KM •" %  'i" 1 • '<" % %  CO -vri.'v N %  TnrrrT. en* [tl A 0 Amiln Sadan Car. dana^rd In Miidnil Trim* r^h IT—Xltt-'lirii M I> JS—I Kins I Orantf %  'I Kin MUH r.s UeXAND. rd Avanur. B*UevlUi isrdenea of in* UUt Archdawco'i an-..-mdi with land attachad conUlnStj liaS aquara Irrt Tho bouaa M.U' Drawing and Dinint ri""i on Ua gfSWM ->r. t Hrdioama upaulia and unal Itrca 0 the aaUla of T A. llaikwtl. idaaaoaadt. The above will be aet i>B for Mto U luihllr rrnnpatltlon on niday. Itaa IMI day of ApiH al a p m at the IKI.Ho Iks underusnad, Lvcaa Str-et. Brlde*m Frersi Fsgt K Uin of January that the killing ii.'W'-|'ii YOU have read end which you ill haw to read aguiti when you retire lo consider your verdlet. _„ And In •dditlon to that, you There Is the first stele ^t itde vj. M-O! M ,v .he .uticUins of Skevte and fj 'he hospital whenheu. vomith | the knife. All thU wdl be fresn Ing There is the second ontoe ^^ n your minds end 1 need not plication of .ml statement and the containing Timothv O. ScM W I. Bunkrla. S*h Vanaluytnum. Sell MalWUiay u. .... %  > — %  .nfc srh BkMareae. t-i Burma D Molhr H Jone* 1'niied Pilarba %  *ch laMlr ,.,.„-. M v T B Badar. M V. Dar. KU l&lh. It II put to yOU on behalf Of maoa U V Canadian Conatrueier. S S j — -nn.-lnln. fl „ „ ArH ,, D M ...... n C.p. Ion* n*t, Capl Aiidenof froi S s siiMiru. 4 v.t ton< Cease, from London CANADIAN ~i K\ li t soiriaovND "ALCOA PAKTKBSt ALCOA POCJTEeT A STEAVFH Warning to the Public Tha Epw.ml nrlhndoai Chunrl V-phHpale I. in Ha rtm .r*r Hi Uarbad.II rnmi>rl*e nf Ihine churrhea In Bar '>!(Via,, Si Mrfllnlrya rallnnlral. a •miiln It'Kvl. HI F.rlni Parian Crmieli 'I r.lr Pield and Ml fflrnnin* M|fnn H'rk-hr* Road The Clenrmrn ate S.irTr^aan lli.l. .)> I'redcni-K Jahanif Htnhaon. O II P Founder of Si Erwn< • i-hiireh. hii atalalanl It Rev Donald fabla. 1 Mahot .k*.. I Mai-S Chair..' S.r|oanl. and HM eurale Rev M..rv Cfdar Pteii Ual< >• B'dd'd. M..i... Taytar. and Ra-, Cleo||lra nasroi Vaihdand. Cou*h. *ol'lt-a "I China' Deneeneaa In i>l..re-.( It M,rh* tara .nd %  . ,( Inlereil M^tsiMi. Iinded by naraelf. Oth< Tarma >h. peiaona tUtimMs l b. n.intaan, M tn.. D ArXT A K U (T. Oanaminatian .,e dar.lvara I been hnM-""-' %  Slie.|. •pelftitrlnw,, al I Vt p m or Thuraday nei IHH Ap.J h-r honweho.1 lynHuie whim Inelud**: Raaand Mahor fable. I Uahng Rockar. 1 Maitae Chair..' S>r)oanl. and lilt cure Kev Claeedli ONDER THt IVORY HAMMF.R I received frmn 1hi i 1 i II on Today April I'm i-l M<-*ae> Foci tl SI Michael • Itow. il. •*- HP r*nro Tnsek, In wnrkinaordar. Tertna csah Sal.. a p -i vTftcr.NT <; J.I UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER rrldnv will aell AprU laUa-al Meaen Omar, Co Ntkar. Slntwt, H> I Momli faVooii Car ALao ilaamaa-l In uoidn I E Molur Dm *S-IO H P (|i Truck it Ti.m VINCENT (JRirriTII. WAATKII BKLP IIOrdti Of Hla Eminence. Airhblehnp JACK. O. A. DUBANT. Rarretary Ueneial IT 4.8S_1„ TOUQrFrr Mawell Cbaat i' rooms. 1 bedrooma. • alar, alaetaftt lisht and tatoA nlr* propert alandlna on about t acre* of land In one nl the mO"l atlraelrvr and popular parta of Uie eoaat I -in he MI tip inr aale by aurllon at Ik* aAWe> c.f Ihe imdr"iltTned q Friday. Snd May. lf. al ) p m A(:|.a..ti.-. I"! petrmaUun to view IO-IUI be mad* lo Mr. P D G tlmp.iv "Woodland". %  Ge." IJ^ANUK MONTTIOftr TURPtH ,..,__. I'lalntllT JRNEBTA IA VAN SCANTLEBUMV -Drlet.d.nt W purauaac, w an Order in thN Coiil bM niHive artkin made on the I|>> .' February. |SS>. I cive nolle, in all erases having any ratale. right or M any lien or Ineumbraiire ectina all thai certain pMce or parrel land calltd or known aa Hall Acre •Miie.i r ..,i ,,( the l.inda ol Plckeringi iMnuuoni ut.iate In Ihe pariah ol ml Lucy and laland of llarbadoa a tor* id containlns bv eatiniallon two roodii.'i J. Mining %  i heeaMM % % %  %  tda c, i^tda ol rithartna Ptani ih. 1 %  Rm abut I I bay, I" Ilia maeaause or dwj.iTig %  .•• %  ru-d ..nd bull! .Undlni vnh MM appurlananrBa ti nie an actounl ol their aai( [tag befoi T asgaj iirol I) mooni and J o'clock 'lernuon, al the tfflea ol the Clerk ol .* Aui>lanl Court of Appeal al >nrt Houa*. Ilnilaetown before the XHh y or April. ISM. in order llu .tima ma/ be ranked arroidlna %  lure ami priority thereof reap" horwlae *uch peraona will be precMdeO • >in ihe beneSt of tho Mid Decree, aa M deprived of all claim on er asain aaari pmp*n> lalnunta are a)ao tvMlHe.l thai IN I attend th* Mid Ceurt on Wadnaada' aSUi day of April. 1951. at 16 o'cloc hei %  Ul be I my hand Dili 1th da; I F. C TALMA. Of the Aaalaiant Court ..f Appeal 575 eU '.'in April, i "v.. n-awphae. in. nevi-rfrari' premlaet For furthe NSON A I1ANF1EU) RollriUira. IU-1 HAaOLIIVILLB. PSBST'S (JAr. aoim i h -mill At S p.m. Friday. 1Mb April ird >tand* I %  a i" faaN i >ea any day nAN-riKl.'f, Jaraaa ItieH S 1 %  IOSI If MM. LOST (1.H D I'AD-KK-K to loal Aeaai the TUI da> ol g IMSe 'ill lie %  *! up for a the Aatuianl Court of Appei %  an Houa*. Btldt*1o*n. bet. i ir* of 11 inoon) and 1 o cloak Is the I dl, of Mai %  or parrel Hall Acr* .f Pick*. aarM al afar Far Best Rcsolts-ADVERTISE Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth Stopped In 24 Hours : .,! in* land I ..iLialr in ot i,i iud Island of IM %  twe reees IhereebeuU nbuVUns and boundmt Ihr-rf daa on landa of J^ekermpa ,..talior .ad mm Ike rNibUe rood or .. Ihe aaatr may abut am. „ind tocMber witk the a aa aia i or %  illlBSJ Houa* thereon erected and buUt ii dins and bein with the appnrtenasSSS. and If not then aold th* aald : resejf# "'" be aet up for aale on every -veedina Friday between Ihe aa*me no u r I c la aold lor a nuii nol leaa ,.i atis l> Duler thli 'Ih day of February ISM. F C TALMA. Ag Clerk of Ihe Aaalataol /.'.W.V.V. rVA'eW/V/V. TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH l*h el Ik•• Uterdlna BI ma. aor< %  %  %  H< It, J"'„ ll l,U '„;"',,""S.?"'^ manslaughter. Htutcment to tno police lust slier %  ."daubs her wltn n laaa au Tlle verdict must be unanlthe eurreM. but .a. never ""^.^"^L^SlU Thai m ? u *That u to say you must called to testily in Court You ""•*Jj, .^5*,"!? ^..n^S •" ••; each one of you will of aj w her ,!U heard her and wil. slateiBajils are not on oath and oourw ti „ our ovm vh w nd liar in m2l it; crSaOm II ,,c •">•< %  k n > ,h f •*%  -ons.der Ihe Vnatte. before arriv. v£S£&&?^ ^^£ur lh '^ s S^2Lvm^ a -a Ann the lime when ..he heerd of *" " "^ d "' h, reiterated his poinu. about SLWSm^WmUtSRS Vou wiU corulder the evidence provocation being sufficient to: t. **.y" yg.*g %  ?? -wen every angle, discuss it make a reasonable man lose his H wgfgM im bmm Hgjl lTll,for H yourielv „ ( rM80n oul the self control. He then Invited the afi rlTTSa. LaaaaaaasflJ TSLl C arguments put to you by the deury to retire and consider thelr givcn by ^accused in the stale^ Bnd J rotecullon and ,„&„ verdict. ment to the pc41ce lo be possibly up y0ur n ^ „ to what our After 4B mlnutei deliberation. •"J*: , -. m verdict can be In this statement, the jury returned a verdict of That is to say ihal he and ,, u a to \ tmn d uty you have to guilty of murder and LaahUy Eliuina Hoyie went inlo the house. i € tfyrm fl the ctM i% vtty Mr i_ w „ condemned to be hanged, drank beer, had a time as ho putit and then suddenly the quarrel I came up. th* at niggle and Ihe fight and that preceded the killing. If you accept White—it is %  matter for you—that could not have 'ken place. That would not be suffiUTII time for all that to have taken place. Hearing In mind the duty of the PrntecutloQ to eitabU'ih to >our latttfaction the accused Intended kill or do in levous bodily li.n' which would be likely to result in death, you will consider not only the evidence prior to this tragi< occurrence, that Is to say. the .evidence as regards threats, but y axe entitled also to consider what happened Immediately after. And there is what is put to you on the one hand for the defence that immediately after the killing, hi having Inflicted S3 wound* which, put to you Is evidence of a iii..tiloss of temper which would reduce crime from murdci aughter. Of course the £ :ovocat!on would be of such u Ind as would operate In the mind of a reaaonable man to prevent %  ..in from forming an Intention. So you will consider that Immediately after the killing he went to the rt-ervolr and called for Haynes-tells "Brave" to ring the police Haynes WSS not willing to take his word for It when V..,boy. irrlvorj on the scene and then the accused wtnt to the standpipe and was seen there bending down. It la suggested that he went to wash M hand* then he U arrested and says he Is satisfied or did It and was not going to run away. All thli shows that he completely mt (hla self-control nod then udrtcnlv i-eRflln* hi aelf-controt the defence says. On the other hand, the Prosecution la saying that these actions go to show that he was In a calm, cool state of mind and shows that wicked and former Intent to kill rr do her such grievous bodily ivirni M would result in dealh. He is seen by the boys stabbing her. One describes It as a struggle and they all iv what they gstW, anyway, the fact remains thai they were 33 wounds in the A .man's body. One wound puncN. the heart, one the lungs. i % %  icvtred her main blood veslel and there were others in ra•. mi parts of her heed and neck Altai this he throws the knife ftway, It is discovered subse* Ai < uily in Government grounds. Hi* goesi at Haynes at the reserv ind the Prosecution say that shows he was calm and was imt so provoked as to lose his %  Il control and in any case it was not sufficient provocation to make a reasonable man lose his %  •If control under the circumstance*. Now that leads to the statement made by the accused wh HALIFAX April 13th April tjrd MUTMLAI. April aOtn May lOUi VtONTftEAL Mar lath May at". VOKTHIAL May Mlh June Mh Due RurbatloAprll l*th For SI John. N %  and Si f River Parta ROlim I llliiM LTD.— NEW YORK GULF SERVICE Apply:— DA COSTA CO.. LTD. CANADIAN SERVICE >vy-^v/^v;>y/'/-v,'-v,'i'/,>v^ GLASS ROSE BOWLS Come and see our lovely assorlmenl i I;MII\I i iiiMiiiii >i Broad a Tudor Sta. GOVERN MENT NOTICE Tenders fct tlie .Manufacture of Uniform*, for Meftsengers of Government Departments Tenders are invited for making uniforms for Messengers of Oovffrnment Departments. Further particulars can be obtained from the Colonial Secretary's Office. 2. Each tender must bo uccompanlod by statements from two persons of Handing engaging to become bound with the party tendering In the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars for the due perfoimance of the contract. S. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed lo the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to reiich the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than 12 noon on Saturday the 19th of April, 1052. The envelope should be clearly marked— Ti-nder for Messengers' Uniforms." HALL'S DISTEMPER 1 a racogmiad lint 9 rte WATER PAINT ^_, tV~i o.l-bound. -W ol apr*!.=" and ol oulilandmo a aa s al aa w Diiv*rySavi T*tfi Aa-a, lha aticenrr of an AraarHan %  'liil aftiU inrtr imiatilo in a EM* l-iirt nr. II i-i..iiat ruthl to lha tm •M Wtf. tnilaamc rta.-".ai!a I' •l-ll Of lUta. tVl ana Pirn* JOHNSON'S STATIONERY % %  I NOTICE NOTICE ii hffiVDv Sv*n mat it is th Intcniion of the UniUfl Fiatrum Friendl>Soclety. the Martina Bay Kticnilly Society, The Nonpnriel Fflendly Society and ; -11 Town Unltad Brotherhood Friendly Society to amalfnmat* with the Runnymede Friendly Society as from the 1st. o! January, 195*. Dated this April, 1952. 1st day J. W. B. Chenery. RcajUtrar of Friendlv lot 104.52—211. -VeV.V,V.V.V/>-AV,VV%V.V,VaV//*'*'.V.V.---.-'... VALOR STOVES • 1 BURNER (Black & White) (74.41 BURNER (Green) M3.M 1 BURNER ((ire..) J54.4S SINGLE OVENS 110.15 DOUBLE OVENS S23.8I GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES RICKETT STREET (Oppodt* Post Office) PHONE 4918 The Ki-fri.;rr;ilur u hit Ii ten years ago caused the Bajan Cook to exclaim "Hey Hey I Looka Fia mek ice !" is fu>ri> again • in full force just In time to meet the needs of those who cannot avail themselves of the %  Wi ii it ii. supply in the near future. These machines are for operation on kerosene oil. natural gas or electricity, and are available in CM cob. ft. and 7 cub. ft. niadels. BOOK YOl'RS MOW THE BMTAGE ELBC. TO. Plantations Building



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PAOi run BARBADOS ADVOCATE THI'RSIIW. VPRII 11 IM Qahib Qcdlinq S IR CHARLES WOOM.EY ish Guiana and Ladv WaaaMaT>. Icfl %  -* US. I aan* • Pack From B.C. H .p : H A CVK "* %  day b> B.W.I A. from mnidad aftaf (Yucatton Adviacr M it J. I. Nicou I \ **•! to the Cotngfxolli Wei fan. loft j sterda) '•> H W.I A fo Ant igu.i on a routine v nit. En -Joule to U.S.A. M il ..nd Mrs. Arthur Klrklaiw %  DM lolloM-inu B.W.I.A. lor Tnnidad en irI'.SA. and Scull ind Bank Manager Leaves A n| two ffiiki* holMsay staying at Cacrabank 11, .md Mrs. William < %  : %  %  r.d by R.W.I.A. Mr. Sandtford l Mariaier Of n nk (D.C. & O.) in St. 1 Paid Short Visit %  M R. GEORGE NIXON of T.I. L -l lam and Mra. Nixon, returned lo Trinidad on Tuailaj i>> It.w I.A. after spending a short holiday. Also retumina home on Tuesday by I1.W.1.A. after a holiday ir. Guy Purchas. a %  I Canadian Barrister M A II. Hart from MuiiMial. Canada, re. A. .>n • to the island and airnali Ini foi Iwo awefcs ,i .1 ,,t thi Oeaan Wtw Hots*. Mr. Hurt is a Hirruter with the T.C.ALaw Department as well as With Canadian National ami Canadian N .tiun.il Mips. Technical Director M R. DONALD II Sl'E-AQVTAN. | %  %  ] %  p Mr. Neville Sui-Aqum, owner of %  at the Hotti EtoyaL For Two Weeks S i %  i %  t I | i B %  / I.A. Th?y Hotel r Visitors M n.an.hMrs. L llartlnofTrimud regular visitor i an back again for a rrivad ovei pek-end b) Ihe C'alemhi.* ..i ..u.i Their cUleal son whu is Manage • present In tinisland spendng a holiday with rel 'tlvw while a younger son. ftlldenl nt l^Klge Sehool Unsj the Easter holidays with thorn. Secrtl.-try and V %  I %  %  %  f Port-of-Spain. Sisters S PENbtNO about Iwo weeks* Mclnlosh Nornia and Joan from % %  .-. %  1 on Sun&%y h) BCWXA. and are staying > i Guest House. %  '* aecond visit to l. hut the first time fin Bra both employees of Thomson. Hankey AC St. George's, Willy Toad's New Business He Kept a Lost-xnJ-Found Store— TIJINaV •> et. that Will \\ lln i i I.. itistnphn "Golf ito" Arrives Saturday pA-siUNGERo arriving Irom England by the GaJnu un Saturday ISth are Mrs. E. Austin, -Mias G. Austin, Miss D. Austin, Mr. S liinney. Mr. S. Binnty Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Douglas-Smith, Matter C EC. Douglas-SrMlh, Mr. L S Drayton. Mr and Mrs. j I W A Duncan, Dr. D. S G Mrs. N. Z. Holt Miss M E. Hoi, Mrs. P. A M. Hnrtork, Mr. A. H.fS/, 4 store-room HIt< D Jones. Mr. A. C. Maiget!.. Mrs.1/ add (hint-. SB** II Purvis. Mm M. A. Recce. Mrs* _..,, an #aiih,>.. ~ nth. Mr r. O Smith. Mrfvjw.rr*. walnut i niton, Mr. J. Tornero antr aa*e<-sl old bom fi"[>; I '• %  B* r. a.m. and will leave at 9 p.m. On En B m. It's board are 77 baav of mail far Ci-TW hsl kind m hoi aWarSJid f Mn '; deWo> lf rm I A c B! er Cricket added, "it may 1 1 *<>" "' -Willy Toad's Idea of a 1unk-hp C omr-D*Ti i leinuc a* '*"oush I don't understand why ONGRATLLATIONS to Mr. u,^ „„,„ 9n „ tt0f99n and and Mrs. Ceeil McCartney on the birth of a son. Mrs. McCartney U the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L. Gale of "Abingdon", Dalksith Road. Mr MX. Radin Prjraaar ^, >OTO Singer : Forms League -: i* -. I*.M a ssa ~Oe~l n • r. H. • hat..-t. "I rm a rile < it hiefcory not* -*e little ir*"M rhlckrn and t i kirtfl > I hufn id Mrs. McCartney live at Cuse eld. Forest Reserve, T.L.L. AND MRS ARTHUR KIRK LAND who were married on Canter Monday at St Leonard* Ctaurcb Mm. KlrkUnd i* tlio former Margaret Knight. daugbUr of Mr. and HiLeonard Knight of "Clifton". Btrataclyde. Mr. and Hn. KirkUnd left htra on Tuesday enroute to Scotland vi* Tnnidad and Nsw York. Spent Easter Holidays Big Night At "Morgan" M i; STEVE CARNEY. A can Vice Consul In Martinique .-md Mrs. Camay, returned ffnniaa-j by n W.I.A. nfter spending the BaWtai DOlioaM here. They were -iUiylng ut the SI. e Hotel. On Holiday M R. and Mrs. Anthony Monte and their two children Carmen and Elaine, arrived here rcreatly firom Csracas, yttwtutui for a holiday and will be spending AfM OI f., ( ,r weeks staying at the St. Lawrence Hotel. Ionia U with the Shell % %  Compmy in Caracas. For Brandon Trophy L KAVING Baawell this morning by II W.I A. for Jamaica to represent Barbados in the Brandon Trophy re Eric Taylor ICapt), Darrell Trimniingham and Dennis Worme. Trinidad and British Guiana will also be taking part In this tournament which opens next week. Barbados will be playing Trinidad on April II, 22 and 23. M is understood that these games will be broadcast over Radio Jnnalca on either 2J or 31 wietrcs AL; wx>n as full particulars are received from J. n %  rage and times will be i .... '.%  A Daughter C oMiitATVLATTONS to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. U. Dear on tne blrUj of .i baby dnughtcr. Mra Dear was the former Jeanne Hawlins of Trinidad. Her nsothjr la I in the colony anrl'waa id nut for the happy went. Two Weeks \ T PRESENT here on two .. King who is on the staff of the Royal Bank of Canada in Georgetown She is Staying gl the Accrj Guest House, Rock'ey. King is the daughter of Mi .mil Mrs. Percy R Georgetown. Her fath-. retired Ctown Solicitor Is now Cnrrcnry Control Commissioner BG. \ CCORDING to the calendar, the Tourist Season Is Just about over. In spite of this however. Club Morgan nad one of their biggest night* of the year on Saturday last. There were quite a few pasawigers from the Lady Rodney which was In over-night. B ilior TCA people and a large number from Venezuela who were here for the Easter Holidays But, the locals predominated and probably enjoyed the Trinidad Calypsoea most of all. The i %  .'•" ti.nl .i hard Ihlal under-.landing the Trinidad 'dialect". But—when It came to dancing lo ihe Calypsocs. no matter if they were from North America. South AmectM Of Europe, everyone enttred into the spirit, doing their own version of the "Jump UP." i big night at -The Morgan* 4 and n good time was had by -II. 4 ,*! %  Visiting Sitter M ISS JILL GALE, daughter of Mr C. A. L. Gale, Editor of the Advocate and Mrs. Gale, left over the Easter week-end for Trinidad by B.W.I.A. She is on a short visit to her sister. To Observe M R. THOMAS LASH l.E Y. Secretary-Treasurer M the Housing Hoard left the colony on Sunday for Puerto Rleu via S ntigna to observe the Housing heine there. New Appointment M R. A. M. JONES formerly Secretary of the Barbados Electors' Association has been appointed Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce in succession ti Mr. J. Robert Peterkin. Mr Jones brings to his new post an extensive knowledge of buslna-s. He was for many years clerk and %  aleavaan with one of the biggasi firms* In Georgetown and wax for a short period on Suaar Estate-r ir British Guiana. Congratulationto him on returning to his old love Court Battle For Spanish Crown Jewels MILAN. April 1. iJon Jaime, second son of the !• King: Alfonso XIII of Spam began a court batgle against his former wife for the possession of talmost a quarter million dollars worth or dazslineSpuinvh crown jewels now i n trust of their two Spectators in the first section of the Milan civil tribunal listened in amazement as the attorney disclosed for the first time the rul 1 lust of diamond*, sapphires, rubles pearls and other jewels at stake i r the proceedings, it read like a house, catalogue for Cartien o: Tiffanys. Both Don Jaime and his first wife Dona Emanucla Dampterre wer* repr\;-. ntcl Ly attorneys u. ihe brief opening sesMon before further arguments wart adiournec until June 18. The list of jewels was :-ead tc the count by Attorney Cesar* cmaretm l n whose hands J.ilme placed them In 1947 when proce-aIngs were under way for the annulment of his marriage to Don* Emnnuela. Calaietto said historic value made the Jewels '•priceless". At the time they were turned over to him their straight cash value wss estimated to be about 1200,000 at the exchange rate then prevailing. Attorney Aldo Caradona representing Jaime said the Prince intended to recover the joweis-bccause they belonged to the Spanish Crown. He said, the agreement to turn them over to the two sonsAlfonso now 13. and Gonzalo 12. —was actually started before Jaime and Don Emanuela were finally separated. -—t'P. HOSSUOIKII hieken should be f shop. Knarf and Hanid. the Shadows. tt whom Christopher was lelllsg about all this, shook their heads and looked puttied Funny Ideas "Willy Tosd." said Han Id at last "has very fui*ny ideas someUm*-" We'd better aw around and Tlo T Tuwaa %  p m CMnpaawr of in* Wa*S. S.SB p m U*ur*rr Ctioic*. Sam Utrch.ni Ml>r Ihwatamnw: S IS p m hMOf I Lost and Found depai Uni-nt Anybody that's lost anything csn find it here. This store room is Oiled with lost arlicles. and with a lost chicken and three lost eranshoppers. Be quiet in there" Willy shouted hai I mide to the lost chicken and the three lost ttrasshoppers at that moKnarf and fhrl.ionher tho.ihf (his was the bet thin lo do. K Uhey nil hurried nrroas the fi.l.l and Mown into the had holloa asai the pint tree grove whrrr Willy nsually sat on his toadstool catch inr flies. Willy wasn't sitting on his toad %  tool when Knarf and Hanid and rhrlstopher reached the hollow But there was the store-room made Out of several pleaSS "' wood laid smmst each other, and Willy wa* siitinr on a chair near ihe open d.->r The chair was tilinl l*ck and Willy waa lelsurelv smoking a pipe hat puihed dowp almo-t r hifile Your mothers will be here. never fecr. Ston erylnR-:" l.spt Articles Knarf asked how Wl'ly mnnared to get all the lost article-.. -Folks find them," he answered, "and hring them here. The baskets of honey belonr to 'ome absent-minded bees. The earthworm belongs to tome r"l>m who (lew off and forgot where she left it. The acorns, walnut* and hickories helong to some squirrels who atari remember where they buried them. The old bones belong to some dogs. And the little chick snd the three grasshoppers just wandered sway fr< Rupert and the Toy Scout — 3 r. 5pq fl 3fo "05 4* Nobudf saa vspUm Podsv'* tootbill. It'* b.i ratish hem on •iltotr Tsisiis % % %  • ""' v I v "' *' * mi *'y -ni." wue> Ban ""."' B '"* n hl ld "• u *on mmd b*c*usr ihcrr ant i.e No. die. cm hr ... He m.k.. M rJMSSS.*' Hs ldi -he w£, sn j*tul (J !in he noi *ri|. jm ) „„„ ,h ( y hive stined .he dedirtt W.ltie. Iten *c'd aime whit* more of their pjti. beiin lfjve him alone." s*yt the heaiint then shouts, come to pom In* bear. "Cme an. Let I • to keep the gnats from, |h#i r mothers, the way youngsters ing him. Sure enough Ihey could hesr the p*t-t>"ig of Ihe little chicken and the e> i ping of the three small grsss hoopers coming from Inside the MiiH 101—1 and when they peereil in da through the open door they c.M make out all those other th iga that Christopher Cricket in K ed about. lAt this moment Willy pushed wvt w(Uy slst ys do." Just then a large hen came rushing up. "I've lost a chick. Willy!" %  he cried When Willy told her the chick was Inside, safe and sound, the hen was very happy and gava Willy ten blue-bottle flies for reward. And a few minutes later the mother of the three amall grasshoppers came rushing up. too. She his hsi back from front of his tsquitoes aa uK. "Ah. how-ife-do!" he rreeted tEea* eh. just you lost rfully. "Hai rome to visit, or ha' something ?" "Lost •omethingT" said Hanid. Knarf and Christopher asked Will.what he meant by that. "Why." aaid Willy, "this is the reward for finding and taking cars of her three lost babies. "It's a lovely business," said Willy. "Everybody's happy to find the things they think they've lost, and I'm happy to get a reward. It •aves me all the trouble of having tn try to catch flies. Yes, it's a lovely business:" Fifteenth Anniversary Christ Church Baby Welfare League THE Christ Church Baby Welfare Lcaj-uo situated at r wit, Christ Church, observes its fifteenth anniversary to-day. It was opened on April 17th. 1937 bv Ladv Ynunj;. wife of Ihe thou Governor <( Barbados 1 i a Barbadian th<> ideal of thi % %  inied fron I V where she spent ovei years. During thev I observed that ment as well .. i'i.-ied Institute! i t ciafvclinic such as the eye clinic. on a visit to the League th \dvoc*le was impressed by th. happy atmosphere prevailing Mi-. Kulo,, from the U.K. wa present and gave a treat P niothcn and 22 babies. Ovaltine and biscuits were given to them The co-operation of Madame lllll. the Nurse, and visiting ladies to. gether with determination produce a League worthy of the praise of all who visit It. MUST CM.ASS VALVES $1.50 STRIPED RAYONS 36" $1.00 $1.32 FLOWERED SPUNS & CREPES $1.25 also DECORATED PLASTIC TABLE CLOTHS $1.95 1. Dotn as or man in 4octrlae. (Si 1. Car* for. i SI V. Changeling child ill 10 A e-uve upset. Hi is Aoroaste tmoout latuer. 4 l-.i SOa rated a good •oati-ii IS Worae !!is 10 A"os's '.••' (i isae douin out .. „S) W.!l of dough i> Hpp> expreaalon r 111 M Origin of Un i IT. riie tj as w:i:i hi* diiiign i • 0n l. Opp-ee:e U> -ntse one aunt i RawDSkMWfl tor use line > I'Mia oounder ml circle tSi i Hat ne maiiF uu u —atr. ii! MORNING Don'l lei ,i betom. Atl-DAY MISERr take Alka-Seltzer for quick, pleasant relief If you wake up with a nagging headache. an upset stomach-don't let it spoil your day. Drink a glass of sparkling, refreshing Alka-Seltier. Its alkaline ingredients settle your stomach, while the analgesic takes away your headache. Alka-Seltrer'a effervescence-the familiar fiis makes it so pleasant to take and speeds the action to bring you fast relief. Not a laxative, you can take it any time Keep a supply on hand — always, lams Hi Stun lilp Mllus ^-^MaSJ HI It ka) IN In. M.C.M. GLOBE '< %  < •atfaaey I w %  •..-,„• II.,>HIIIM> SV* 4RB> IIIM %  • %  %  41 ftc M-o-M'. rTS,5 a i.30 p.m. *, ^ *ty, and I ,,, liniiiiiu i vim Art, SpUI run. ol A/ftERlCAM S>M HB> II.-* I HUSH **§ Illnuli),ii Alka Seltzer sxsxs: ed |e Oslr ... fte^^el .. i Peeo.e rsi ot mm i?r i LOU.O De the fashion. Ui ii Juat \\,r *>ri u> anea; ,% rnrni ine (sr end clue is ;i ir* b.*CA ,.u ai.,.,j, II lsp;re i3l I >f.. 1 %  • i • PUM "." %  ;.. it o on i i. EMPIIIK TO.DAT I U a %  SS aaS I unlll.yln ll.ll> i"yiM> M\'iiiiiii %  A J v.i IM tat St'N" — sum II g • Xlonlgoimf y CLIPT SJUobelh TAYLOR si nstAaiM! "%  Sl.mng Wlll-n HOUILN NStMSl ASTHMA Mucus Dissolved First Day iSiffi^id'W.'.'.V.VVvK TMBA 'I'll I-:s ll\Y rug MAN i i.ovr HK-H" HUSKS %  fa* H.Jiiphrry BOC1AHT Ta-Sas a Sal. iMk I si | uai Min mi < us and -rag I.AD oaiE< r* Sal issh kiiii.il, WIH.I.K SERIAL CALL OF TBr SAVAI Evoryone loves a Smooth, Lovely Skin,—but they detest Unsightly Hair, especially lo Women . So:— "0£T SID OF UNSIGHTLY HAIR" with •• VEET M For the Beach, Dance. Sailing, or any time whon underarm Halt becomes Unsightly, use VEET. VEET li extremely useful for men who have tough beards, oi who Sad It uncomfortable to Shave Remember: "V E E T" removes Unsightly, Superfluous Hair In exactly "THREE MINUTES" SJST IT'S CLEAN I IT'S CERTAIN I I IT'S SAFE : 11 That'a VELIKI" 2/3. /per tube Obtain*.ble at:— BOOKER'S (B'do.) BROAD STREET and DRUG STORES LTD. HASTINGS lAlphl Pharm.cj) JUST OPK.XEB .... A Lovely Assortment of CHROMIUM WARE rtpti syaiam. aap j health ana weaken mlnulaa HK.NDAi' of a fatnoua d' hrr.urh tha_blon€l, qulrl Stti i Th'.!,'., Hrai .rnnillna iln fr„, ...y br.>ihlnc and ,. %  !• ^1 !*.. Ko dopn. no .m..h.. ,., notion.. Ju.i lak. pl.auni. i.ai.. -. MKNDA.'O t M.U .1 in.aU an.| 'iiUral^ fr.t from A.thma an.) %  r,.n -hill. In n.ai lo no lUna. .v,n h..uKl rou may bava un-r.i lor Mr*. MKNDACO la ao .,t.-....ij| lal .1 la fiarantaad lo lv. oo Ir.., | abac > %  U,k I -.1... •mty FRUIT DISHES FERN POTS — 1W .. — 8' 3 .. 9'i" @ $13.12 each @ 6.68 each O 8.51 each 11.38 each i SMdKF.R'S STANDS @ ASH TRAYS @ FLOWER VASES — 7" > 17.26 each .94 each 4.14 each 4.83 each PLANTATIONS LIMITED PLAZA CINEMAS HlillM,|iim\ |iu| Milt OPENING TO-DAY i as— *s a. s • Jane Charlaa WVMAN UCOHTON In Joan Mi r TT n AY-s S.,.H* AL i fa ,. % %  "The BLUE VEIL Don TWIOR T. R. EVANS & WHITFIELDS DIAL 4220 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4606 M


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IED 1895 TIU'KSUA'' APKll. 17. lr.:' N.A.T.O. Sec. General Takes Up New Duties First Casualty Announced IKE VISITS TKOC f S IN GERMANY PABIS, April 16. ,rom *" <*""*"' LOKD I3MAY, Secretary General of the North T %  /^. Atlantic Treaty Organisation, arrived here to lSriiel trlVf*S take up new duties. He was met at the airport by ,-. ^. the English and French ambassadors. SI < u u • il o he The new Secretary General will take over du ''"'^ ties during the week in provisional headquarters at' the Palais De Chaillot. originally built to house the United Nations General Assembly during the meet ing here early this year. La* week the 8 ,nt airlift sh.fted .op secret documenls j 'SZ* p~'S2 d ril! ..•Hi furniture rrnm London to pre-fabricated head-. Kliu J r ,.. !" ,u quarto To N.Y. LONDON TEL AVIV: Forty tons of sUmu from Jerusalem hill quarries %  Hi An pndleM stream of planes has been flying documents irnfture across the Channel (or a week Lord Ismay notary General, arrives to-morrow and the new Will "niciiiHy begin work on Mondav. — i N.A T O'B new home is %  prefabricated structure at the Palais De Chaillot acms* thi river from Eiifel Tower The U-shaped building WII hvnlt la*! fall to houae the sixth General Assembly of the United Nation* and will be used bv N A TO Secretariat until a MfBMMRl ilte In Paris is found for the agency. A special steel and concrete ^trong box" i< bring completed to \ risasslnjjg WASHINGTON: Ken Farnum K if Irs Today KEN FABNUM the local cycling arc. RO* into action at KanilnKtan to-day at his last public performance before be leavefor Helslnlii Tinland. Faniiini will be drafted Into Uif Jamaican team which will tike part in the Olympic Oames. Although Farnum is the Went Indian champion cyclist, there will be a wnn Mat ef inriding -kill today when be meeta Carmlchaal. an old tycUnt wiUi much experience, and othei good nder* BO have been promoted to Class A. Judging from Farnum • past record no more •tillable choice could have bean made to represent the Want Indie*' cyclists st the Olympic Qame* Ba hu taken part In many Sports Meeting* throughout tha wast Indies and has so far beau the moat anccaaaful cyclist Local fans should certainly ha encouraged to give mere generously to the Farnum rot Finland Fund after -celng him in action to-day. ba ; documents which pnnled by armrd guards 1 they nre taken nut for 'Pirblic" Atom l-.'xplosion Vex* Week April Id The fir?t "public atomicBXptsV ba Ulu'Kl next .:i %  | J i 'put the I From roast to coast. Comnus%  authorized 11 lives of Radio pcrmitterl to witness the Frenchman's flm provtnj I 7,00* troopf .... %  Inch also %  civil and mil'tary attU t r henev study. Other precautions Include thornugh checks of all em|>loyee. such as cleaning and restaurant staffs Lights will be kept on In Headquarters throughout the night foi eatrn security A total of over 500 secretariat workers will orcupv offices in the five storey building FirM Casualty N A.T O nuurm.t fa Ugl ilnce S H.A.P.E ng more than a In an official memorandum lo Officers at the 14-natlon military headquarters the death of General Henri F V Coudraux. 56. Deputy Chief of Staff of Logics and Administration was announced. The General died late Tuesda. afternoon in a French military hospital. He played a prominent port in French resistance during the German occupation.—IT.r. %  hipped to New York ... lamcl'i contribution IO the building ..| the United Nations headqmirterv Tim stone will be sufficient to (<>\.j tot) square v.ird.% of Ihe muin hall WELLINGTON: A member of New Zealand's House of Represenutive-. is not allowed to call another member an and drop. iwodle. yahoo, haU-wJt or twittering budgie, nor can lie say he has %  giggle like Barney's bull. These banned words anj phrase.*, following the rulings last session. •ire now added through Hansard to the already formidable official t of unparliamentary exWash U.gton'N ha^ ordered chltt nf park polici hbt men not to talk to newspaper reporte-s. Appropriately. the rhusT, nnm i. •raspberry Ike Wins New Jersey Victory: Drums Welcome Him Back Home I Hli HAMS MAY H str returning to the V.S usGOPDraaiflaatlal prospect. Oen. D wight |Y Kisenhowar continues lo go about his tasks M Supreme Allied Conu ( and in Europe Here, he inspects U. arsaoxed unit during a tew of NATO lnsuuUUons In German,. .Headquarters anlirst official casualty illsTtlI -go jperatNew Atomic Bkstl Stevenaoti Does Not Wish U& Presideacy NOM SPRINGFIELD. Illinois. April 16. OoVrnoi Adlai Slevei i \u\ilu not accept nomination for any other office'' than that of Illinois Governor, closing the door on big possible draft at Democratic Presidential nominee The Illinois executive had beet • ported to be President Truman") -hoice as a successor In the White House He said emphatically all he wants is a second term ir nprtnajfraltl "I have repeatedly aaid that I was a candidate for the Governorship of Illinois and hud no other To this 1 must now add thai I could not accept nomiion for any other office this rummer." The Governor said luwas i-re his decision would not 'be understood or my inclusions universally approv" il.F.) A CHAftACTtllSfIC aausbroooi eg ssssS the sky over He— kar the first blast In a sew or atomic teats by Use Knergy Coniuusskm. The ii.ouncrinent rtated:*-"'A tost dVtonation at Use Commission's Nevada Proving It!.:: Ing by two high explosive shots ding blast waves . liarticlpate. Animals were not used In the esperiI ll. I runiiiin l,<|tiaU 2,(> lbs. Ckw! Flying Discs Seen Over (Mnudu NORTH BAY, Ontario AprU 16. The Canadian air force which once laughed off flying aaucor reports as product* of over ripe imaginations ordered Intelligence experts to study cases of several discs reported seen over North Hay m the past four months Four airmen stationed at North Bay bate told superior they saw flying dlaea float over the local air station *nd an RCAK .Uitemer* said there was no reason to doubt the statement*. All the men were described as veterans with several years experience identifying conventional rcraft. Warrant officer First lass E H. Rossell, Aircraft Maintenance supervisor mid flight Sergeant Reginald Mcftac turned in reports that they saw a "bright amber disc" over the field last I for the Crow*. Saturday. They said it hovered Both defence < ouiucl, briefly and then zoomed away at I Malotir and Mr. Field tackle. A butteiy testIn 1'ennsylranta, Maasacim.-ri! and Orfgajej and swveiul State convent will shod iiitue light on U ftire Eisetw...... i.tunr TWENTY-NINEYEAK-OI.U Cyril l^hley. e|nU. I „,,,,. „ „„ „ ••f Covernmnl Hill wi yi-n. rdoy wnlvnced by His Lordl„„l" £,„.. ship Ihe Chiel Justice Sir Allan Cnllvnioir lu l>t'lianued lui l.f.i.i UK-M%  IHMIMIIIJ the murder of 50-year-old Klmtnu Hoyto nn January ll.ljruahtni nm • dumaginn when a jury found him guillv after 48 minutes' deliberate I This was Lashley's seinild trial, the miy having failed tu aitree in the firai, and tuc new jury heard air. U*i' Malone, defence counaei, • Uje second tune concede the* Lashley had killed Hoylc but urffed thai Ihe Killing was under such circumstance:u winild depnt-e n reasonable man of his self control, therefore reduclnc the offence to manslaughter. IRUSSELS, April 16. ( ;ENERAL EISENHOWER received the news his New Jersey prb.iary victory with a broad^-f grin and the comment: 'That is tine!" Eisenhower landed here on the first stop of a week long f; well tour of North Atlantic Pact capitals before resignation as Supreme Allied Commander tak' effect June 1. He arrived in his private constellation at Melabrocfc aiiport with h IN wife Gem i ii Jean Piron, Belgian Chief .>( Start and Hush Millnrd. United States Charge l Affaires bower, while a guard ol bjnoui m more than 20H troops stood at attention in Ihe warm spun;: sun Carpenter To Die For Killing Woman his Ria*t up io the time of seiUnec. Laahley maintauied the culm interest he snoweri during the lii .st trial. FE. Field. Assistant lo the Attorney Oeneral prosecuted M. Bob-A-Jab Weak Starts 'terrific speed." —C.P. Body Of Trade Union Delegate Flown Home The body of Mr. Ivan Edward.-, late President of trie Transport Workers' Union of British Ouino was drowned at Rockley stressed new points during then addresses yesterday. Mr :> t'f defence counsel asking the (iury to accept Lashley's statement %  that there was a struggle and .. fight before the stabbing and h* -Id the jury that In his first sla>ient. Lashley had not mentis*-< HOB-A-Jtm VYKLK i QajsJatJ Beach on Easter Sunday lloyie's throwing .1 stone at him .' .' \ •"> %  i Moyte-s throwing a stone at r, rUrwan plane On arrival • O* Far ii at Georgetown, a Funeral Serice will be held and the body interred in I.e Repentier Ceme%  %  tiw n The plane was chartered by the Transport Workers Union in collaboration with the Federation of Government Employee' follow ing requests by Mr. Ed* wards' sorrowing wife and relatives, members of his Union and the working IUIS* comiruiu'.t of British <" %  %  "*' %  iH> i -i I'M U MVLI.K) WASHINGTON. April 16 Qna pound ol uranium U23S .,,., Tne u.o. An ways plane touchtrn to 2600,000 *'.J 0 *" "' 8euwrtl Airport at t'S onVtab es-'"'-' 5 ****"*•> monuiig. lyr i tan tuna* mor*,-*? -nd forty-five ounuV uranium i %  % „ atSSSSSSI tons of U235 ,.M> cuuld gen -tiiciiy used by tha United rtajtas i. an entire vsjajr. So ll n" wmttar U.S Britain and •riving tu perfect foi luniuiu all this tonne energy into electrte power. Clordon Dean, Chairman of 'he L'.S. Atomic Energy Cotnintasion and others, have pie< irti*f! th.it the atom will be producing cominerciiil power in ive or ten years. DOBS that mean an atomic Utopia is Just •iround the corner'* Experts say no. Except in countries llara ooal and other convenjl fuel costs are extremely after it euid taken off from Atkinson Airfield in British GuU: Arriving ssa itaaagal ifci r*-ne and memberof tlic Transport Workers Union. Sea well bj 'bus which The 21 ulTlr. T ran sport drove from •Heciallv chartered tvofc them to the V.M.C.A • Oa Page s UNESCO Sponsor-, Survey Of JVa MONTREAl.. April It McGill Univeisity annoiuu' that Roger Mariar, aaag fiMOr of social work al ti iveislty will carry out a fournth mission in Jamaica on behilf of the United Nations Educatioiuil Scientific Jn d rult.ual SanlaulUHi Profeasor Mnai WU Wednesday on hw aulgnmenl it %  JJ| n,voK*r tield iuive.v. social vellare and comni.irul, prou-nmrncs in Jamaica Kmphaiis will be placed •elf-help project* such u.~ poratlves. oottagw induatrte* rusueetabla i-iinoWaUwho tried to %  %  ix pi tha i ouu*at t* d \; get his nme erT the ballot and failing that did not campaign. .Item l>. Malcolm Teft's Kasteni Mauagrr lalmoi a "moral VfsTtO) v bf whatever thnt kind nf rleti worth. Even If )uattempts! political %  -vithdrawnl was -mK i ii'ilitical manoeuvre—as ElarnhOWW roflVM thiiiKiti and Taft len.etl MM .n..Iliok the ding out of a defeat that might i-ccn n serious setback if it had come after he-ciad campaigntl ti\e|v iii Nf* .1. %  called Bob-A-Jol than OCM Sbilsstt| .an la the Job. in accordance i-nrtlon of work OOOB i for with the There are only two more days ind mimliers of th*> coiiji.iunit> %  r asked to contribute generousb by giving the scouts a many hubs as possible to do If | BtHn „ i. not readily available, a house.. | holder ran telephone the Scouts' Headquarters, stale the number of tuout* wanted and the nature 'if the work. U.K. Ready To Sign /Veic Defence Pact Gomes' Death Itumoured PORT-OF-SPAIN. April 1ft rlnidad'l Minlstei of Lakes r, Ad ''ommarcr, tlie Hop Albert Gomes, hit the headwnelast week from two cntirek dtanu %  nt angles. First, he had lieen pped for the iwat of first B W.I rade ('oniiniasioner In I^mdou. This made the Hon W Harrison Courtenay. of British Honduras. lairman of the recent Barbados eetlng of the Regional Economic (•.mmittee, come out artth a clear t.itement, Said he: "Mr. Gomes lever rime up for consideration m a candidate*' for the post. Then, on Tueiday. there was a amour that th. CotOay*l fattest nd !'." %  t Mm^ti i bad bassD lain l>y an assasklu's bull*' Mr (comet' lift had been thriateiml •ome months ago and Guvsnimenl i;.ive him a bodyguard aad he armed himself with a tcvolvei Hiring the past week, however there was no bodyguard and Mr. Comes went about, no. bsj II. pre-lhreal days He attended the wee. live I i Mini up lo no-Hi mil bong tin i.i.i-iiic of the day His tclephom waa out of the cradle How the rumour of his death started ha* i ul been disclosed, but Mi Ootnei i; still very much alive mai I < hi' I' 'till armed Murtter In DBpttoato ....! %  ('OUldn't Happen Twit-* WATCH out for "Harder w Duplicate by ULBMN CAHIl Thi is a mm.utory which %  ill b run in ihe Evaaiag Advocata ui .even Instal menu, rsplacuig the "Fabian of tinYard" saiies. The first instalment sppaars urst Mondsy Don't Mlafl h St. Lucia Asks I or I'laiiluin. Coal Quota Hon w (. Brawss, M UC H I icla and l*res*dent General of i 1" -tn I'c %  .111,1 Wnrkei ubai, St. iMcla. who is at pre* hei.i.i .i l.'-da\ busliic** visnet tha Financial Secretary on %  nH (lisiiirased with him Ibilit) at HuilmdoB gtvLtt i qisoaa tor plan'.oiib .ind cliwreoal which ar no* In th.. main fimn BntMr, BrtWB t"iri Hi.Advocate i it his efToi Ut lo obtain .i '|Uota II these t*n Doounodiua la dud Ii tha hcl thai si Lucia b losinf %  ihi.. sale of i "i".i t" undei tha oils and Fat-. Agnimint %  ,! %  (,. si I. i. II reel thnt liurliarios should hara .> Qsaota t., ,. % %  j tv 52 451 Tdkhen rakaVrvjL^cturc M|r ifmg/fi and nstl us subject fi The i i live dag %  The •dctures are bem %  d at .-even nntraa, and subjoe*. an(e fioi; k ia*.i Msketry in tn tUdieS Ol .-rflHKrl %  MM Currl -, there are l'l -Untenirue centrsr which an n. inrt i i .,., M Street wiring gKren, Wealev Hall Schrs**, here tlwr.ure i. Combermeri, WHtburj Girl)' %  rrsanrt Collagaj h House Crall Centre. heltctuii laVaoo %  'i-fanusjtion ..nd Exii.. < aojft taken l- thi students, and will I K C. The..t Of Kducatlon M Mi. K S Jonl.iu | l Allie M' i>"idurt %  one-day emu -. Aid*, and this will i*iakt n In %  ., %  Other I Woodwoik. 14 student ,J'i Modelling 13. Kn FWaavini M Mraw-I%lnilni %  : rhnical Drawin : 18. B Needleeroft 15 D c H Ph) leal Kftiiealimt • fiiiit Method II OtnedU •*t ir-nee JO: Physical EttuealsM ft ducted !>> Mi r. T. am ,', • • v.,' ,... I A W Boberl^ II. du through foi-ci* rcURUtances was forced tu i %  i st i.inn nn than %  charcoal, and II nan %  "ilv fall that now st imp mark•" that Barbadoi should do what •i aj oaald ta -eiicv,. ihem. He said mat the Financial Seciild In DO way commit B !" %  Ii .i deal, but feh U %  Ihara was en..ugh merit m tl .• suKgestion a. couUI warrant a IHUIK daWeuaaad iiv tiie next O I and rail l-onfrrence •1 Brown in danlinf wm, the p'usem paaalton .rf hU Onion, said • On Pagr a Wewuiaf** l-'or tldvn From Egypt LONDON. April III f.,i'^ Amba*s.ndiir Ahdel 1'altah Arrr Pasha aiT*ved by air from Cairo today beariutf i p<-rnnal niesmge fmt" Premier Naguih El Kllal lo Britain's I'-. .A nt hon v Eden Although Aim'. VIMI ri* a "last chance" attempt to revive Anglo-Egyptian negotiations ren-ctrvllv dnlled in Cairo the ssaTpUai etrroy annaad ta'lf „ ,%  i replying tn newnmen'* questionwith a brisk "nothing of Ola Ran Amr connrmed that he carried ,i message foi Mi Eden He ...dd: "1 expect to see Eden Inunadlately after t have had I t.ilk with my advisers After a quick trip through ilCusloma st Iaondon airport Amr drova to tin%  vyptlan t n ab aa sy Wag" Rool Likely For Steel Worker* %  LONIX.IN. April 16 HK1TAIN 1. ready lo iln ^ treaty piedaina hariaK to tlahl immediately and automatically In tha event of an altai* on any of the ia nation* of the propoead European army, and m Man MX continental power* have afraad to |o to war to h.lp ItnLon il >he ii attacked. whatever termi thetc might Announremmta hy leven Oov-1me.it tojljht off aay attack on 1* the eteel induitry F ready huh. ..tomie por may not be '' !"!" %  ••terday dlarhaad .Italy. The new paet will take to fight back. lt lawyer, had nrlaUy competitive for mat aVilain ha. aimed to exeffect whan the .ix countnea papeni already drawn aeeklng a '"re. < pledges ol mditary aid lorratify the treaty eitabliihlnf court order to reitraki any pay. ., ,. -_ -. m.iliv to Weal Germany andiruiopean defence communi-y, J mont of increased More prcniHiN than (.old .would .trengthen he. commitand its unifled army— (CM induitry (undt Atunic engine, cue! MS.000.000 | Z. lo (aOMO.lMV and atomic furt. i ,u, nDne aganircai I' more pndam than gold, and 2 WORDS SPOKEN t .. a lot of uraniurs AT TRUCE TALKS world, eeatly exploitable MUNSAN. April It New Pblio Discovery To Re Tested WASHINGTON. Auul IS, The Truman Administration to-day prepared lo RO ovt-r the head nt the seized steel industry and grv %  waye boost to Philip Murxay'i steel workers More than 100 nf the country's leading industrialists stand behind the steal companies In their i.itht to the finish. Thev or their representativepledged all out eo-operation at g meeting yaater. day called loinlly by the National Asoclation of Manufacturers and trie U.S. Chamber of Com. merce—(C.r.i •vage* out of MUN5AM. Apr i Korean truce supervision naajc, i. tors took only 20 seconds todnv decide the* had nothing new dV posits are rare. Neverthales %  '••mlr power in wortli shooting tot Boil, US and Britain ^re locking an atomir engines lor ... --„ _, : and Ih,, US. to build SajdJoeT bsrrellerl B powered airtraft I>eleg ri tes exchanged What if such engines are cost.) ^,1, 1-ft.y .gros* 'I'fus ranges and high speeds promised by atomic power be gauged b., ordinary only -Unary ci-isideraUons. The flist atomie suhrnarine vull be L'unehed in 152 according to the ITS. navy and it .j said that th# first atomie plan* will try '.ts wing ir. the next ten years..---1' P the last sessions they have met for a total of only four minutes and SO aaeonds. The two sides are locked over Red nomii.stion of Russia as a neuttai truce observer and the Allied demand for a ban on rebuilding military airfields dining tha> mistier-.C.r.i NEW YORK. April l A vital new discovery el-iut polk) will be teed on children tin* Mimsrm to prevent infantile paralysis. The discovery u that the polie visuapparently gets into tha blood first bef^ ters the nerves and destroys them, and while the virus still Is the blood 11 can be killed i,y r-ing -intlbodic* This kind of prevention of polio has worked in monkeys and clvlanoanues Next, children threatened by the epklemic will be given antibodies to tail the rirus before it makes them i.ck Where hodie blood whan the tests will not diselosad Antii come from hum fin Moat people have had polio without ever knowing it and thev made Uteir own anti-bodies to destroy the virus. One substance '.load carries these antibodies The new Ossssovarlaa were reported to the Federation Bat experimental biology by Di David Bodlan of John Hopkins Unlversity and Dr. Dorothy M Horttmann of Yale—

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PAGE EIGHT BABBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY IT. IN: Savannah Team Invited To Tour Trinidad SAVANNAH CLUB et al have accepted an %  from Tr.inquilhu Club ot Tru.i i .1 tennis team to Tranquilii thi tournaments between the two Club* The (San >c Barbados on the 22nd M < imamenl will b*-e;m on the 24ib Mav PatieraoS hat been np" p ointed Captain <•( the local Iwm, sritfa Uoiiuld Barnes and Mist D Wood, will form the selection m In itsswjrh aa ihe Betlvi Iand Savannah tournament i-oan completed. 11 arould lean that ves* tew ''.cvs need be heln\ and the Notre Dame beat Carllou lour t. on could be picked on the regoals to one in their Second DIM* n. of the two tournaments. 1 m<*\ Football mutch at Queen's | n the ladles' section MiGn n| Pirk vmterd.iy afternoon. P Igrim. slapd* out as an Carlton ai l l S J H BM Laka 1 ad „ice ( a nd if Miss Wood and Mia, and Notre DnSM touched "IT r n croft arc available, only one Poi the nm few minutes, pla> „ m i^y need be found. In the Staling Athletes Will Show World Cyeie And AthlctirHaal r The Amateur Athletic Associat on of Barbados is holding; ...lother local Cycle and Athletic 1 hampiortship Meeting at Kerw:i|tton Oval today beginning at a 30 pjn. The majority of the dubs have firered for the Meeting, ticipaied thai It will he a dav '• keen rivalry In the fl..t ran* the Police have entered Archer. Denny nnd Blcnman to compete gainst teams from Harrison Collent, Notre Dame. Foundation OKI Boyi, Modem Hnh -chool and Dames Defeat Carlton 4—1 wmt : of the men, the three Brand' selectee*. Eric Taylor, D. Tnmingham and D. Worme. will .mi of selection. Dr. t harlle Manning and Peter Iat•' 1 00 ara atao player.* who everyBne will agree should be un the .nil! this will leave 1 an, &' Mil* win played '"*" Wnnonrcra in nt, the l.-ft-handrr Geoifiey Manning, or D. LawH >uld make up the Of the Working out bsfors tha admiring ggaa of his tea&unaUN Dixon. Brooklyn bom Cuban attandlng Manhattan College 1 Olympic malarial for the WO-matre run. (INP) Yorksi l* Varrot. Thn Near SPORTS ROUND-UP above, Miss Wood and Eric %  tnurnamentsuite 1937 1 LONDON. Bata HARRIS and <;E(JFF DvKI Ow fasts* man In UM world on two wheels, may aoon iitionid oppose each other on four. Harris, Taylor *** !" eyels sprint these world motor cycle Peter have both developed a Mr tifmt in aporU cars. inruT ,,k '' iy %  *'>pcte In an BPvsratork nd Duke, ti. OBion, kasn in. They are ttoxtx; Buxtofl Ma\ Meet Turpin Again For Uruisor Till> B. DENNIS MART I-ON DON, April 3 Randolph Twain (middle All theli medals Itussians returned iratbrnat fuse The Ru"ian team seemed aloof. lUSf they spoke no I mliii.ige but their own and few others spoke Russian, but chiefly because they were regimented. I have been hunting from Aa was concentrated in mid-nrld. then Carlton had a narrow escape when Porde centred to the goalkeepei. He flushed the 1*11 straight to one of Notre Damai forwards who kicked it riant back to him. Both teams kicked th. ball and A" without scoring; until late In the second h Forde, who had been sending across some good shot* (rota left side, passed the ball to Painwho scored the tint goal of the match for Notre Dame Porde also ligured in the sacnd goal when he kicked llu ball In the left aide to nghiv. 11 who made DO BuStSka wild ' !llJI1 •"• 'Ml. and •nil time shot. Scale scored The P" en* nc 1M4. D, Trimlrujthird goid when he U"1 played for Savannah in 193II from Pan,., beal both berl "" but tbao U n llu lal I ,'.,,' "' f unly X "" k scored with .1 ii.i rhi lot .1 ii nm. Dame reinxwi %  little, and pi mi available should u;' %  %  foul play or. several oorSaU MM nt is ..wailed ith ItttSPftst ''' ,""^^? '"' *?'"' SS showed he would £ I matehfot "'gh-standard water polo Carlton got their >al when The nmory 01 thaa. tournai^iKL'AXS "* 1 <" '"' "ght heav.es in ^ng played between six Uams bptd backs mlaklcW. <; Hutehm^nti between lhtwo Clubi b SfiS 0IJ.1 l,J .,1 C^tl 1 IS Brltsln. m l riw No " wew "" %  ' u,ls inaon ran through and beal .. Inter. l %  "J .' JTrJ* £taaha Thu< ut lh *' While Cy-on of J '" Btch ^ Published next day. goat-keeper who came runrun,; .runt was held In Barbados In ^ft*/ ifSSi fi JS iSS, Jun,> ,0 Turptn bcula CcekaJl^ Tn Bp,t jal.l.-as-catcli-can out of thn goal. Shortly iftei l5fi. when D. J. Baau, now vS?.. 5,* w ' BWI this is bv no means oubUda re lin T match between Finland Parrls scored again. ...,.,. _. ivil r-Bir-irc-r the bounds of uossibilil^ i hr u nl I(u-si;i .mlcd 111 u vlrtory for In the second half McKenne TranquUHty teem against a Sawnvt AV uirRw t*. m_ rU "" !—''""> <•' n ".n-i.udd.elh B""^ !" hy fi-. but in the took Strakers place between the .,„, !„,„ w hich included the J l> %  l *^" A NT foimiM welch n Bhl for ,, u ,-pji-,.,. Press was only a single 1 uprighU. The game resolved itself chollcnor brothers Tim Tarlltu-i nd,an Tv t WP*""' "d opeuiriV wr i K ,„ .(KHupionkhip mav am N 1 * Husalsn sporu writer had Into a struggle where each team K and E. S. Mason. The local SlhTt Tl £** ft '!""'! Alcx "' bor "**"<'' "ho hist >ny * %  * to put to the Ftnoi swemad.to try to make more mis„ ( )VS Mol mjnd wl ... HOW strong M the challenge which the Russian-, are prrpnrinu for the Helsinki Olympic Oames ihi*. sinnmer.' IIYL.TUN CI.EAVIIK ha> interviewed men who have seen the Kusaiam in |i aiding. Here is hia answer. TrK RuawlaJU are t< entsi (or every event in the Oiymt ic I;.IM '•?. -ii Helsinki in July, so at once we find anxiety M n ,1 I 1 lanu Everything is fining to be spoiled, asy n. im |XM|>!e But why should it be? 'Ine Ku&sians showed excellent sportsmanship in the Kiiiipeatt Champtonshipa at Brussels in I960: and we een har eibs beat thetn. as we did then. I entry into world -.port is a healthy nnd hopeful .symplon at a time of malady. At Brussels, Russia won six gold medals five silver and MX bronze—most of them going to women. Brr.iin won eight t;oW medals, three silver and six bronze, most if them going to men But why worry about what rod in pickle Russia has for us now? This is sport, not politics. No fuss Ihe brack at on* end is a practice When E Seehesswa, the crcol .'*h for beakai-ball Near Ac sprinter, was beatan by Fanny entrance U a spread mat Intended Oankere-Koen in the 100 nnd 200 toT wrestling, but used for gymmetroa she was the llrsl to offer nartic by football players, her hand; and when U.S-S.lt. vera u mistakenly placed second in the , enocHs nral utanen-s relay, and Ihe flowrhi. hall is available dally to motion fllm snowed that June %  lhl es ,rom .?. % %  "' %  JP Foulds had really snatched this ""anight. First come the schools. Trinidad which distinction f o r England, tha 1,,n neunlvcrsliy studenU, lastly Dominica later this In the Cycling Department, Ken Farnum. ace Barbadian cyclin. wiM be riding for Cable & VTirelaaj whDe his rivals M. Carmiehael. and D Yarde, will be pushing their bikes for Plonaer %  nd Police respectively. Four "A" riass cyclists wJU not be Uking part In this Meeting and this wii) mean that qulW a small numb.of "A" Class cyclisu will be faclnc the starter today. WEATHER REPORT YESTERDAY K.i Rainfall from Oodnngton Total rsufaU for saonta to data 1 90 In. riighe.t TNnp*rttur g&S *F lawtl Tsmaeratan7in F Wind V.lo.ny 11 saUea pti lass Barometar (t> a.H.| 29 MS 13 p.m.) 1* ST3 TODAY Sunxisa A It am BunMt 1, 11 pa Moan: Fall. April 10 Lighting t. .'i 11 in High Tide B.19 s.m.. 11.2* p.m. Low Tide J01 am. 136 p in WHATS ON TODAY CRICKET TEAM INTRANSIT The Merchants Crtcki team of is touring month will on Friday wn *keni. arrive in Barbados In the Dynamo Football Club mo raln*:. premises the doctor alone has The visitors will be guests of control of 12 rooms, including • lhe Barbados Cricket Association fully equipped dispensary, an X;il a Luncheon later in the day ay dcpt r1n)eTl1 i,nd an ortinclnl T h e team will embark on the un-room. M y. Moneka aiound 5 p.m. the In the Gymnasium the floor is hamc d 8y> sports editor of a Finnish covered by an immense and marni-i The Merduuiu Team .* newspaper, who recently stayed 10 JJoem Persian carpet. There are ,k, P percd by Krdar Fichki inch days in I^nbujrad and Moscow at 've of these in stock. the inviuUon of me Sovi Sports ^hick Committee. Line that Soviet Vaidimir Lawrushenko. most port, life bea.^. a stamp of talentad gymnast on tho horse, anaged by Ken Laughln Court of Orand Besuon* — 10 mm. AII1I0UC Sport" at Kensington 12.30 p.m. Meeting of St. Thomas Vestry 1 00 p m. MaeUng of St. Michael's Ves try— 2.00 9 m Lacture at St.. John's Cultural Association—7.00 p m Mobile Cinema. Chspel Plantation. St Philip 7 1t0 P ID. POIKT Baof Concert, Bay %  treat Eplsnde — 7 46 p in *M) Dotaactlng autosymgftsi is unknown U> the youth of the U.S£.R. never MIW I pliotographi %  tdmittcd to Aaro Lane that the Russians have only .1 superflclnl knowledge of >bligatory movements in the Olympic Games, Yet V him evecutc the final nei r part of the obligatory 1 was bar> parfecUy. .ll.l •rain woo nine matches to one. in takes than "the other. since then .. Then Noire Dame pulled them(l( ,„,. h (( ___, pelws together Scale centred i-. 4 i aIK !.T head-high to Nurse who headed T^vAtweven'tou aoalwards. bin the BDal-Beper ,,^n Ma Carlton tried hard to score again, but thenefforts were either nullllled by the barks, or they kicked the hall oul.ldc The game c dec! w'thout further scoring. The teams were:— Carlton: Straker. Allcyne, K. Hutchiiwon. Porter. Bat Chandler, II. Co*. (Capt.), G. Butchlnson, White, McKJ rule, Natre Daase: Slraughn, Doyle. Ciimberbatili. Grannum. Barker. Malttand. Forde. Nurse (Cant *. PnrrM, Head ley. Si-ale The referee was Mr F Amory tournament llv exrepl summer. Merchant, who turned 40 years of age, I nu dj 1 all come" England thb year for i..! clu'i-k-up. and if tha outcome haee s favourable he may oflai Ml irrinquUUI) winning sorvica to the toure: lie 1 nty and Savann.ih krven. All not played in International cricket l n ih victories hav,. been since recalvina a shoulder injury return -loin the nnt Test against England in the recent MCC tour. If he is pronounced fit, then it Is likely that India will be only too glad to 1 all upon him. They have already lost the services of Hen So studious is one reason in Barbado*. and thev are vet T. wm a tournament In Trinidad The nearest approach lo victorv IMI, when lhav lo*< thiriaen matches to twelve, the Ins' i"-tch r, doi.it— imi* to two sets all before Trnrciillllty c'lnrhe-i Ihe Iniirnament he fights ow* hls ,notto But manager Jim Wicks ha* athletes abroad cannot adapt thn. some vary definite ideas on tha ideas to interviews. They expect subject. When 1 i-ike to him the same quiet exclusive atmosafter the fight he told me th.n pheru au\ home 1'iepautioi, No. I priority on the list is a for sport li for them as studious a n with Turpin for the matter aa reading books. middle-weight title, and then a At training time discussions are fight with 'Sugar' Itny Robin-on held and advice b given in a his world crown. whisper. One movement of the Turpin beaU Cagfgfl, and coach s hand, one blast on tho Meanwhile. Helsinki has bean visited by two representatives of the Soviet sports committee In e.iler to acquaint lhamaalves with toe i-onditions. The vice-chiiirman of this sports committee totd Lane that In the whole of Russia there are 400,000 native wrestlers and IS million young uthletes — not including MIIOOI or unlver roparinr the dressing accommodation at Highbury. 1 am convinced that there la no riding track. By 1949 It was m.dy %  £* %  %  ob u 1 l tjg Rus ,i n Prrparn%  — — !" — ..hen sea inu *,,. ,. ailTeront i.thletnevents i,on ,or Helsinki, which is nothing unknown outetfli .i !" !" „„ „ r ,„ S J* rtUT"" %  > >nl" cnl. „ lter ,„„„ „ „„, ^..^ *n. II plans to ., -„_#__-,* w(th i_ vrr n i -m equally sure that their nnest CockeH fall *!!12! !" a " lB> ^ athjpu. are „o more to be foared 1 huii ours, and are just as human. partitioned World Copyright sfi Its Just flrrivad f->r he li at h can boser |a llrdain, the Gold Coast But as he won the welter-weight championship verseas eompelit of West Africa by beating Roy'fi^ht Turpin Ankarsh. th P present Empire 1 I eat her-weight champion, this rlnte of affairs should soon be lectlfhyd. When he bent Ankrah, Wells had over a stone in weight advantage. However, he has weight West hallenge Cockell. But it will pay Alex to remulr. K„,|. in 1B92 the middle-weight division. blu Indoor hall ind used llrsl : beat 1 irough. there is a possibility that riushed coal# %  'ill !-• nuitehed with The ce>!re nwlcao Book) (•laziano.-UB.S. off by nets f< football. OuaJe —laaUL ..en the Davis Cup for Australia African Boxing Board introduced Bccondary Sol u\c fJur !*. rran >* rBnked %  *• .W"-*M-UUeryJnV be Windward Islands meet here ... week for the annual inter-school n| T sports, staitinr, April 17. with athletics. For the llrst tune the Presentation College will be represented In the Grenada side, contrilmtkng two membera of tho local eighteen, the remainder being from the Grenada Boys' Secondary School Captain of the local side is wrUbarn Omens Besides athletics, cricket, football and tennis will be played, the tournament lasting two week. Numerous entertainments have been arranged for the visitors. Idprove Summerhayt's lauv* 11 Tennis Results lottram 1 unt of Ihi Men's Doubles C. R. E. Warner nnd J. L. Parrls beat J. C. Barker UIKI L, A Harrison 2—6. 6—2, 60 I The match between Col Duki and Dr. A. S. Cato vs A. B Hutchlnson and l. <: 1: was again unflr. replayed on Saturday nexl when Pickwick-Rovers did not t play wih start at 4 p.m. Queen's Park on Tuasdaj foi The other Men s IV.ulile. match 1 elr second Division football on &ituiday will be E. R. Atkinson ,mr will I and i) A Wib t vs V. H. Chi i bl %  laich will M played at and Hon. V C. Gale. future date 1 player, but has yet held the welter, middle and' by winning Wimbleheavy-weight titles. On his way' to becoming heavy-weight cham-i plan, Billy met an lR-stmier OLYMPICS LAUR1 -SAART. a Finnisb engineer, will be responsible for the 70.000 crowd nt Helsinki this Hummer, having all the latest information of the progress of UM :ame g) a glance. ResulU will be shown on a giant electric score hoard designed by Saart. This 1 SPft ns no fewer than 7 000 bulbs The writing will ha operated from a iy|K>wrlter keyboard which 1* Minnccted to the bulbs by cables This Involves the wiring of 140.000 circuits SOCCER SURPRISE of the League clubs' lecent get-together in Manchester '. %  as the enthusiastic support for the *four-up-four-down* promo1 t.on nnd relegation plan suggested 1 s Tottenham. 'Spurs t 1 fflcially move ihe change ..1 Lbs annual general meeting in I .nnd on %  I June Unfortunately tor thc Third Psirkdn ejufcg, who i.aUinilly are keen Byj the idea. %  N>j \M)' not enjoy the full power %  London which they had at Vnnrhcster. Their voting power the annual meetings Is cut down tn four vote betw. -US. His first appearance will b in tha Buttoo Haul Court* turnam I %  mmenelng on April 21. A' piesent he is In Rome, playing in the Italian championships, but will fly to [>mdon with his wife June, rt'iont he will partner In the mixed doubles. The holder of the Sutton singles Mtle Is Britain's Tony Mottrnm, vlio on his day ranks with the best n, ivc indicator which In the world. Unfortunately for J ,m • ,nd %  1 hl h "* %  and for Britain, it is only on rare occasions that he rises to ihe heights as when h. if p roIav Drobny, the aeinlaill /• %  eh. at Wimbledon last pa With Geoff Palsh. it seems thn' ill have ovajnHes beir hallenge $100.22 0 JUST FOR SAYING Ifi Rovers, Evsrtaa w ill Piss Gases nniQUOtl a i-iMinderslanding twosn 1 in Fixture QsnmittM the lickwick las 1 alary, %  ThcyTI Do It Evcty Tim e >— ~ Hv JimmyJ-|.itl<> GIMME A CARIB" 1 III Kl ARC TRi: CIXES : -"•" !" —'~" ( I 1 This Mr. Carib prides himself on his aplJio.uhahiln>— why don't you uppmnch 12) He I (3) He HE I a Barbadian ban and bred, wasnt actually chosen to repn colony In tha lant Test matches Hew good a eetecUre Mr. a Mrs. BeraaSea? The %  ef HparkHng Carlb Be a rompeUUee. t.t ^mkk ihlnhln* Barbadians. Staapts lee — Tew yast dtaeever tkWr asjstert—s Mr. Carlb and challenge Mat persenaUr with Ike Horns — (mi.nr a Caria, Mr OMaV If re**re the Arst SeteeUtr lo be rthi von'vr aarnnl yenrerlf lntv.flre eeUaas, and ahenM yoa hsppen la karr %  ( a.ib bettla rap % %  HI. % %  at ih. in-if yomr prii %  in be Mr han.lreS tUUan. ana l-rnt> lw* rents. He watch thl> %  parr lar
  • ' — it I Ml MHI H. DO HOT iHU'iiiiM Mr ( mm anSjhSSea him pmonalb helwren ii.. nSSJI or S a.m. and B p.m. And remrtiii.. 1 too thai ant Ihirsl diserrei larlb. SAID GOOD MORNING TO YOU BePROUD of your LINENS LINEN SHEETING N" wife. Vd. ,., S7.91 78" wide. Vd. S5.M HEMSTITCHED UNEN SHEETS •0" x HT . *24.20 72" x 108•* $18.82 MKMSTlTtllKI) I.1NKN Pll.l.dW CASKS lluuitwife Style 18" x 28" ra S 3.77 American Bug Style 21" x 33" ea S 3.3I Plain Style 18" x 28" en $ 2.21 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, 11 12 & 13 BROAD STREET THE not sin II i: s mi i in TURN OIL-GAS STOVES Clean, tpnit I. Eeunnmiral NO SMOKE. NO NOISE. NO PUMPING. NO PREHEATING—INSTANT BLUE GAS KLAME. NO WICK TRIMMING—EASY MANIPULATION aT* III-HI in Slow* In-tlufi OVI TWO OH I II111.1. IH KM II SMART ENAMEL FINISH On Sale at leading Hardware Stares.


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    ESTABLISHED 1895

    First Casualty Announced

    | From All Quarters :



    PARIS, April 16.
    [LORD ISMAY, Secretary General of the North

    ii —— Treaty Organisation, arrived here israel Gives
    e up new duties. He was met at the airport by}
    Stone Slabs

    the English and French ambassadors.
    The new Secretary General will take over du- |
    | To N.Y.
    LONDON.

    ties during the week in provisional headquarters at

    the Palais De Chaillot, originally built to house the

    United Nations General Assembly during the meet-

    ing here early this year. tram’ AVIV: Forty tons of stone
    which provided ole slabs for

    King Solomon's temple are being

    , Last week the giant airlift shifted top secret documents
    ‘taff and furniture from London to pre-fabricated head-
    re s here. oe to New York as Israel's
    An endless stream of planes has been flying documents | ¢o"tribution to the building of
    snd furniture across the Channel for a alk. Lord Ismay a — ae hae
    N.A.T.O, Secretary General, arrives to-morrow and the cover 300 cain plaid a tae
    ’ headquarters will officially begin work on Monday. main hall,
    PS RA a PS TRY i sab ti .A.T.O's new home is a pre-| _WELLINGTON: A member of
    New Zealand’s House of Repre-

    me N
    | tabricated structure at the Palais
    } De Chaillot across the river from! sentatives is not allowed to call
    another member an acid drop,



    Ken Farnum

    Eisfel Tower.





    i The U-shaped building was | poodje, yahoo, half-wit or twitter-
    Rides l ‘oda built last fall to house the sixth | ing budgie, nor can he say he has
    Q y General Assembly of the United | a giggle like Barney’
    : : & ney's . These
    Nations and will be used by] banned words and ses
    KEN FARNUM, the local N.A.T.O. Secretariat until a

    following the rulings last session,
    are now added through Hansard
    to the already formidable official
    list of unparliamentary ex-

    cycling ace, goes into action
    at Kensington to-day at his
    last public performance before
    he leaves for Helsinki, Fin-

    permanent site in Paris is found
    for the agency.
    special steel and concrete

    “strong box” is being completed to

    7 “0 | pressions.
    land. Farnum will be draft- file secret documents which will . »
    ed into the Jamaican team be accompanied by armed guards WASHINGTON: eae:
    which will take part in the whenever they are taken out for po .

    his men not to talk to newspaper
    reporters, Appropriately, the
    chief's name is Raspberry.

    Olympic Games. study.

    Other precautions include thor-
    ough checks of all entployees, such
    as cleaning and restaurant staffs.
    Lights will be kept on in Head-
    quarters throughout the night for

    Although Farnum is the
    West Indian champion cyclist,
    there will be a severe test of

    his riding skill to-day when he



    }
    eo ._ °
    | meets Carmichael, an old extra security, A total of over Flying Dises
    cyclist with much experience, 500 secretariat workers will : 4
    and other good riders who occupy offices in the five storey See i
    have been promoted to Class building. 7 7”
    A.
    Judging from Farnum’s past First Casualt ‘ ;
    record no more suitable choice y Canada
    could have been made to N.A.T.O. _ Headquarters an-
    represent the West Indies’ nounced its first official casualty

    NORTH BAY, Oniario, Apri] 16,

    i .H.A.P.E. started operat-
    = © , 44 The Canadian air torce which

    ing more than a year ago.

    cyclists at the Olympic Games.
    He has taken part in many

    Sports Meoetings throughout In an official memorandum toj Once laughed off flying saucer re-
    the West Indies and has so far officers at the 14-nation military] ports as products of over ripe
    been the most successful headquarters the death of General] imaginations ordered Intelligence
    cyclist. Henri F. V. Coudraux, 56, Deputy} experts to study cases of several

    Chief of Staff of Logics and Ad-

    Local fans should certainly ?
    ministration was announced.

    dises r seen over North
    be encouraged to give re

    Bay in the past four months.



    generously to the Farnum For The General died late Tuesday] Four airmen stationed at a
    Finland Fund after seeing him afternoon in a_ French military} North Bay told "
    in action to-day. hospital. He played a prominent)they saw discs float over
    part in French re: the local air ‘ an-
    $$ __——_—— | the German occupation.—U.P.. statement said thee ta no aay
    Public’? Atom 0 ee Senne

    All the men were described as









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    New Jersey Victory:

    IKE VISITS TROC | Ik

    eal

    : ‘Drums Welcome Him Back Home

    SRUSSELS, April 16.

    GENERAL EISENHOWER received the news of|-,
    his New Jersey pritaary victory with a brod
    grin and the comment: ‘That is fine!’ Eisenhowe:

    landed here on the first stop of a week-long fat
    well tour of North Atlantic Pact capitals before

    effect June 1.














    fd and fifty-one
    He arrived in his private constellation at Melsbroek |scâ„¢ S are taking 16

    ae ‘ : 3elyian Chief }eeture courses in various subjects
    Soren! sean Fon, Eetaies this Easter Vacation, The courses
    ra from one to five days, and
    15 of the 18 were begun on Tues-
    day.

    The lectures are being conduct-
    ed) at seven centres, and subjéets
    range from woodwWork atid
    basketry the more complex
    studies of school organisation and

    airport with his wife. t
    of Staff and Hugh Millard, United States Charge D’Affaires
    greeted Eisenhower, while a guard of honour of more than
    200 troops stood at attention in the warm spring sun.

    A battery of drums beat out a
    welcome as _ Eisenhower shook

    Murder In
    >
    Duplicate



    Piron’s hand and introduced him
    to his fellow officers,

    This smashing New Jersey
    primary victory appeared to have

    to

    eonvinced some of his backers Extra Curricular work for whith
    “that he will not have to cam- . , there are 91 students. The centre
    beige vigerously for Republican It Couldn’t-Happe® divzich are being used are Bp
    residential Nomination. Before Twice Street where three courses are

    the New Jersey Republicans gave
    the general a 120,000 margin over ;
    Senator Robert A, Taft of Ohio, |
    one influential Eisenhower cam-
    paigner told this reporter that he
    believed that the North Atlantic
    Treaty Organisation commander

    being given, Wesley Hall Schooi,
    where there are another 7 going
    on, Combermere, Westbury Girls’
    Harrison College, Erdiston and the
    House Craft Centre.



    WATCH out for “Murder in
    Duplicate” by GLENN CARR.
    This is a exrime story which
    will be run in the By
    Advocate in seven Instal-
    ments, replacing the “Fabian




    The Jectures in Schoo) Organisg-







    r : ‘ ”
    WHATEVER HIS PLANS MAY y had made a mistake last week in of the Yard” series, y Extrn Curricular work
    dential prospect, Gen. Dwight § mre get ly las oo saying he had no plans to cam- The first instalment appears ” aie ie "Be the vate
    tasks es Supreme Allied in Europe. Here, he inspects a |?*!8”- et ae ts students, and will be wiven by Mr
    &. & armored unit during a tour of NATO installations in Germany. Primary Tests E. C. Theobalds, Deputy Director
    But the New? Jersey results of Education, Mr. G. C. Miller
    appear to have bolstered the be-| cy ie ah Mr, R. S. Jordan and Miss B, L.
    lief of many of Eisenhower's St Lucia Asks Arne. Mr. Isaac Carmichael will
    backers that the General can e conduct a one-day course in Visual

    come home in June, make a few

    Aids, and this will be taken by
    Selected speeches and go into the

    tudents.

    Carpenter To Die

    For Plantain.

    3 National Republican Convention Other courses are:
    : with a good chance for nomina-
    2 : tion, Primary tests in Pennsyl- Coal Quota t Woodwork, 14 students, Basketty
    or oman vania, Massachusetts, and Oregon 20; Modelling 22; Knitting 14
    an and several state conventions Weaving 20; Straw-Painting B;
    will shed more light on this be=| Hon. W. G, Brown, M.L.C., St.| Technical Drawing 18; Bookcrafts
    fore Eisenhower returns. ucia and President General of|}o2: Needlecraft 15: Domestic

    TWENTY-NINE-YEAR-OLD Cyril Lashley, carpenter
    of Government Hill was yesterday sentenced by His Lord-
    ship the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore to be hanged for
    the murder of 30-year-old Elmina Hoyte on January 11,
    when a jury found him guilty after 48 minutes’ deliberation.

    This was Lashley’s secdiid trial, the jury having failed
    to agree in the first, the new jury heard, My, Demis
    9," . “the second time co that

    e, but urged that the Killing was

    under Maan circumstances as would deprive a reasonable
    man of his self control, therefore reducing the offence to /

    . ihe Roseay Peasants and Workers’ | If Eisenhower’ victory was} \/nion, St. Lueia, who is at pres-|;),¢ant Methods 41: General

    feubstantial in New Jersey, : it here on a 12-day business vis-| science 20: Physical Education 28;



    L.

    defeat there apparently was not}i:, met the Financial Secretary on conducted by Mr T. Gay
    crushing nor over damaging tof fuesday Project Methods 42, conducted by

    lis nomination chances. The}?! $4, .
    Ohio Senator appeared to have Mr, A. W. Roberts.

    alvaged from three to six of the
    lates 36 delegates besides run-
    Re ee eesppeeoe vote total for
    a ca ate who tried to get his
    name off the ballot and failing
    that did not campaign. Jahn D.
    Malcolm. Taft's Eastern Manager

    and discussed with him

    © possibility of Barbados giv~

    ing St. Lucia a quota for plan-

    tains and chareoal which are now

    ‘mperted in the main from Brit-
    h Guiana,





    Message For Eden
    Mr. Brown ‘told the Aavocate Rtn
    rf aT iG efforts to oben a quota From Egypt

    for these two commodities “is due





    St gon Does eterans with several anslaugh Jaimed a “moral victory” for}to the fact has St. ium is losing LONDON, April 16.
    i L . . ral years ex- mi aughter. whatever that kind of victory is money on their sale o copra Egypt’s Ambassador Abdel
    Explosion ar Pry 7 perience identifying conventional] Right up to the time of sent-————-————-----— worth, Even if his attempted a irbados under the Oils and wach Aine Pacha arrived by alr
    Not Wish C = aircraft. Warrant officer First}ence, Lashley maintained the political withdrawal was only a ats Agrectapnt and they in St.Jtrom Cairo today bearing a per-
    Next Week | 1 J ee Class E. H. Rossell, Aircraft}calm interest he showed during ) i political manoeuyre—as Eigen-} Lucia feel that Barbados should] conal ~ message f Egyptian
    > ° + ¥ Maintenance supervisor and flight] the first trial, Bob-A -Job hower forces charged and Taft 8 ve them a quota to offset the’, Premier Naguib El Hilaly Pasha
    LAS VEGAS, Nevada, April 16. I residency Now Sergeant Reginald McRae turned] Mr, F. E, Field, Assistant to men =r, ee ee gl poreedon sheen tee |? Britain's Foreign Minister
    mie ape a te oan 5 NGFIELD, Illinois ~ Rage wr Saws Sg the Attorney General prosecuted ane been a serious setback if it}! eircumstances was forced ta eaeenthnaien ‘
    1 is €xpected to be held next SPRI + ee — e en the field last}for the Crown, Week Starts had come after hevhad campaign-|depend on St. Lucia for their{ Although Amr’s visit is viewed
    wi 1d may be televised to all . i : P 6. | Saturday. ey said it hovered; Both defence counsel, Mr. ed actively in New Jersey j supply of charcoal, and it waslas a “last chance” attempt to
    * pre. Uniteg Ran Governor Adlai Stevenson sale} briefly and then zoomed away at|Malone and Mr, Field tackled and ' —U considere ' otia~
    b ‘could not accept nomination | “terrific speed.” | stressed UP. nsidered only fair that now St.|revive Anglo-Egyptian neg:
    Television roadcasters Ot] tar ene. the office” than that of di ; at new points during their - Lucia is faced with a dump mark- |tions reportedly stalled in Cairo
    Sout! California agréed to for any other foal ‘the —U.P. j|addresses yesterday. Mr. Fiela BOB-A-JOB WEEK is off to a et that Barbados should do what|the Egyptian envoy denied talks
    Bol: sie fa silities to. put. the aor oe Se eaaaie ant as dealt chiefly ‘with the threats | good beg and ie see Base ae: Go es’ De th they could to relieve them. were near the breaking point
    206 ac ie D or . s a s P m , al P Ss
    a ‘ing spectacle on tele- Demourati Presidential nominee Lashley was said to have eres Ten aikeads aitentte vem ‘aks replying to newsmen's questions

    Body Of Trade

    k
    on screens from coast to coast.

    The Illinois executive had been
    reported’ to be President Truman’s



    7 s

    The Atomi 4 beg public” choice as a successor in the White Union Delegate
    S101 announces at 1c . - ‘ .
    blast w 11 be held sometime next oe ee Sg “ f Ho
    week with authorized representa- Springfield ' . I lown me
    tives of the Press and Radio per-| "cr have repes ' 1

    ; m 5 7 peatedly said that "

    ' mitted to witness the show at/..5 4 candidate for the Govern+ The body of Mr, Ivan Edwards,

    Frenchman's flat proving grouna.| ship of Illinois and had no other

    including ; ambition. To this I must now












































    Some 7,000 troops ana, who drowned Rock-
    a large contingent of marines will} add that IT could not accept nom- ley Beach on Taser Sunday,
    participate in the test which also nating 2 any other office this} was flown to British Guiana
    will be_witnessed by scores of} Summer,” . yesterday afternoon in a B.G
    civil and military officials. The Governor said he was Airways” plane. On arrival
    i —U.P. | aware his decision would not “be} 4 Georgetown, a Funeral Ser-
    (cinigereetly understood or MY|vice will be held and the body
    _——- conclusions universally approv- interred in Le Repentier Ceme-
    ed,”’—(U.P.)



    tery, Georgetown.

    The plane was chartered by
    the Transport Workers’ Union in
    collaboration with the Federa-
    tion of Government Employees
    following requests by Mr, Ed+
    wards’ sorrowing wife and rela-
    tives, members of his Union and
    the working class community of
    British Guiana,



    New Atomic Blast
    1 lb. Uranium Equals
    2,600,000 Ibs. Goal

    (By JOSEPH L. MYLER)
    WASHINGTON, April 16.
    One pound of uranium U235,!
    the basic “fuel” of atomic power
    is equal in energy to 2,600,000 | ec! gown at Seawell Airport at
    pounds of coal. U.S. officials esr 10.15 yesterday morning, two
    ; 7 . A .s ;;hours and forty-five minutes
    timate there is ten times more 7 .

    energy in the world’s uranium|@fter it had taken off from At-

    deposits than in gll.dgs coal and kinson Airfield in Britis Gulans.
    ‘ rye were 21 officers and members of

    %
    huudred tons of U235 the Transport Workers’

    theoretically, could generate all
    SY ate cette nace , who drove from Seawell
    the electricity used by the United speciglly chart 1



    Tne &.G. Airways plane touch-




    by
    ‘bus which



    Btates in an entire year. So it!”

    is no wonder US. Britain and | “ ok them aris The
    | Canada are striving to perfect) _ cas ie
    } machines for turning all this}
    j

    atomic energy into electric power.

    Gordon Dean, Chairman of
    the U.S. Atomic Energy Com-
    mission and others, have pre-|
    dicted that the atom will be!

    producing commercial power in| BRITAIN is ready to sign









    ; i : ‘ ; j e red to go over
    five or ten years. Does that) immediately and automatically in the event. of an attack The Truman Administration to day preparec 9!
    mean an atomic utopia is just) on any of the six nations of the proposed European army and in| the head of the seized steel industry and give a wage boos! K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
    i > ” perts - ’ . J
    io ee: het be et return six continental powers have agreed to go to war to help to Philip Murray's steel workers. K. W. V. Sweet Vermouth
    where coal and other conven-| Britain if she is attacked. Whatever terms there might}. More than 100 of the country’s
    i tional fuel costs are extremely) Announcements by seven Gov-|ment to fight off any attack on|be the steel industry was ready|leading industrialists stand be- K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
    i high, atomic power may not be | ernments _ yesterday disclosed |Italy. The néw pact will take|to fight back. Its lawyers had|bind the steel companies in ers
    commercially competitive for) tat Hritain has agreed to ex-jeffect whan the six countries|papers already drawn seeking a|fight to the finish. They ~ my K. W. V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
    25 years or more. tend p s of military aid for-jratify the treaty establishing/court order to restrain any pay-}fepresentatives pledged all ou
    e. |mally to West Germany and|/European defence communt fe ment of incteased wages out of]C0-operation at a meeting yester- K. W. V. Superior “Key” Brand
    i More precious than Gold would strengthen her commit-'and its unified army—(C.P.) industry funds. day called jointly by the emonal ° . ¥, Superior ey randy
    j Atomic engines cost $25,000,000 }.——- aS RD ner gros oa =_— a Cam.
    ' to $50,000,000 and atomic fuel, is! 27 W | an ne US. a or ¢ Som.
    f far more precious than gold, and, ORDS SPOKEN ; d 2 2 merce —(C.P.) 2 Dia Gertie 5a Sukg het
    though there fe lot of una, ~~ AT TRUCE TALKS New Polio Discovery To Be Tested \"""~"? We. vk us der’ dhe cena s GO
    - the world, meets axuesnante MUNSAN, April 16. NO OGRESS IN
    posits are rare, evertheless; Korean truce supervi nego- NEW YORK, April 16 Where or when the tests will PR :
    i stomic power is worth shooting) \iators took only 20 seconds today} A vital new discovery about|come was not disclosed. Anti- TELEPHONE STRIKE Nothing but the product of the GRAPE
    ' A CHARACTERISTIC mushroom x Seite ne oe Pos ary{ to decide they had nothing new —_ will be tested on ‘thildren|bodies will come from human * f
    : ud rises into the sky over Ne- rae ort ce |to say on their double barreljed, this summer to prevent infantile] blood. mess | vada after the first blast in a new yg em og ee a build | deadlock, paralysis. The discovery is that Soir eee eee . ar enters into the blending or.
    series of atontic tests the 1°" 20m powered .eircratt, Delegates exchanged only 27) the polio virus apparently gets| Most people have had polio], \ O20, negntiation sessio
    : ‘nisi aon ew The |, W — if such engines are cost+| words, They agreed to ‘meet|into the blood first before it en-| without ever knowing it and they| eee Western Mec ic officials
    : announcement stated:S«a |'¥° The military value of the/ again tomorrow. ters the nerves and destroys}made their own anti-bodies to|@"¢ representatives of the Com- K.W.V. WINES & BRANDY
    : iclear test detonation at the |Câ„¢mendous ranges and high} In the last six sessions they|them, atid while the virus still is|destroy the virus. One substance|â„¢Mications Workers of Ame cm
    Ce sade nis Nevaiie Proving speeds promised by atomic power|have met for a total of only four}in the blood it can be killed by}in your blood carries these anti-|(©!O) broke up with ‘no progress
    ; Soon i avae preceded this morn. {2.01 t0 be gauged by ordinary| minutes and 20 seconds. The two] giving antibodies. bedies. The new discoveries|teported in settling the ten-day DENOTE ~ ron ‘
    b SE ee losive shots |qoonomic — considerations. Thelsides are locked over Red nom-| This kind of prevention of|were reported to the Federation|T¢!ephone Strike Union leaders} INEXPENSIVE BECAUSE OF
    p ing by two h oe mere ee * {first atomic submarine will belination of Russia as a neutraijpolio has worked in monkeys}of American Societies for experi-]of the striking 16,000 Western
    for projecting blast waves... launched in 1952 according to the} truce observer and the Allied de-~jand chimpanzees. Next, children}mental biology by Dr. David Electric ernployees walked out of PREFERENTIAL DUTIES.
    A ) did not participate. Ani- | U.S. navy and it is said that the}mand for a ban on rebuilding|threatened by the epidemic will] Bodian of John Hopkins Uni-jthe joint-meeting at 5.30 a.m.|}
    mals were not used in the experi~ {first atomic plane will try its wing’ military airfields during the ar-|be given antibodies to bit the|versity and Dr. Dorothy M.)B.S.T., and refused to comment. |
    ment. international) ir. the next ten years..—W.P. mistice.—(C.P.) virus before it makes them sick. ‘Horstmann of Yale.—(C.P.) —U.P Te ee eee ee

    and told the jury that even if they |

    of defence
    jury to accept Lashley’s statement
    that there was a struggle and a
    late President of the omer" fight before the stabbing and he
    Workers’ Union of British ~| told the jury that in his first state-
    ment,








    | U.K. Ready To Sign New Defence Pact

    for an all-out effort to raise He said that the Financial See-

    ) LL e sort
    disearded some, once they ac-| by honest labour. Members of R 1 r« tary could in no way ‘commit|™ th a brisk “nothing of th
    cepted some, that would be evi- ithe community are however re- umourec Purbados to such a deal, but felt} Amr confirmed that he carried
    dence of malice. The next point|â„¢inded that the scouts are not that there was enough merit in!a message for Mr. Eden, He
    of Mr, Field’s was in anticipation | 2¢s@ing for funds and well-wishers (From Our Own Correspondent) the Suggestion 4s could warrant|said: “I expect to see Eden

    are discouraged from giving the

    its being discussed by the next
    which they

    Oils and Fats Conference

    Mr. Brown in dealing with the
    present position-of his Union, said
    that they Staged a

    counsel asking the PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 15
    Trinidad’s Minister of Labour,
    Industry and Commerce, the Hon.
    Albert Gomes, hit the h ee
    last week from two entirely differ~

    ent angles. First, he had been

    immediately after I have had a
    talk with my advisers,

    After a quick trip through the
    strike which |Customs at London airport Amr
    ;drove to the Egyptian Embassy.
    i

    scouts contributions
    have-not earned,

    It.is the wish of the sponsors

    of this effort to inculcate into these

    ley had not mentidhed





    Hoyte’s throwing a stone at him. youths af|tipped for the post of first B.W.1. @ On Page 5 —U.P.

    Mr. Field also urged that Lashley's love f o r| Trade Commissioner in London. =e ——
    On Page 5 ; work andj This made the Hon W. Harrison
    to see them] Courtenay, of British Honduras,
    getting the| chairman of the recent Barbados
    . rewards of| meeting of the Regional Economic
    UNESCO Sponsors their 1 a -] Committee, come out with a clear
    . bour, statement, Said he: aes, Gomes
    9 Ther egnever came up for consideration

    Survey Of J ca are many]as a candidate” for the post.
    people, Then, on Tuesday, there was a
    MONTREAL, April 16 though,prumour that the Colony’s fattest a a s
    McGill University announcea who do notJand heaviest Minister had been
    that Roger Marier, associate pro- urderstand [slain by an assassin’s bullet. Mr |

    fessor of social work at the that al-|] Gomes’ life had been threatened



    University will carry out a four though it is}:ome months ago and Government

    THE LABEL WITH

    month mission in Jamaica on be-}called Bob-A-Job Week, more] gave him a bodyguard and he
    half of the United Nations Educa-] than one shilling can be given for} armed himself with a revolver.
    tional’ Scientific and Cultural}the job, in accordance with the} During the past week, however.
    Organization. portion of work done there was no bodyguard and Mr, THE KE
    Gomes went aboul, his business as Y
    Professor Marezer will leave There are only two more days]in pre-threat days. v
    Wednesday on his assignment. It; 4nd members of the comraunity He attended the weekly Execu-

    , involve field survey, social|are asked to contribute generous-| tive Council meeting up to noon Pt
    ee and community ~ pra=;ly by giving the scouts as many|and remained home the balance To Health & Happiness
    grammes in Jamaica. jobs as possible to do. If a scout] of the day. His telephone receiver

    Emphasis will be placed om)is not readily available, a house-| was out of the cradle. How the so
    self-help projects such as co- r can telephone the Scouts’|rumour of his death started has

    , State the number of | not been disclosed, but Mr. Gomes
    scouts wanted and the nature of|is still very much alive . may
    _.| the work. be he is still armed.

    operatives, cottage industries and
    community cenitres..—(CP),

    K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY
    K. W. V. Coronation Wine
    K. W. V. Old Brown Sherry
    K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry



    Wage Boost Likely For Steel Workers

    WASHINGTON, April 16,


    “LONDON, April 16. ,
    a treaty pledging herself to fight











    PAGE TWO



    Caub Calling



    QIR CHARLES WOOLLEY,
    7 ¥K.C.M.G., Governor of Brit-
    ma and Lady Woolley,
    BW.LA. for Trinidad on
    Tuesd after brief visit here

    ere ying at Government

    He

    Back«From B.G.
    ON'BLE H. A. CUKE returned
    yesterday by B.W.1.A. from
    ish Guiand via Trinidad after
    t visit.
    Ecueation Adviser
    J.-L. NICOL, Education
    viser to the Comptroller
    Development and Welfare,
    left sterday by B.W.ILA. for
    Antigua on a routine visit.

    r

    En Route to U.S.A.

    R. and Mrs. Arthur Kirkland
    M who were married here on
    Easter Monday left the following
    day by B.W.1LA. for Trinidad en
    route to the U.S.A. and Scotland.

    Bank Manager Leaves

    FTER «spending two weeks’

    holiday staying at Cacrabank
    Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. William
    Sandiford returned to Grenada
    over the week-end by B.W.1.A.

    Mr. Sandiford is Manager of
    Zarclays Bank (D.C. & QO.) in St.
    George’s.

    Paid Short Visit
    R. GEORGE NIXON of T.L.L.,
    a-Pierre and Mrs.

    H

    shor







    Point-

    Nixon, returned to Trinidad on
    Tuesday by B.W.LA. after spend-
    ing a short holiday.

    Also returning home on Tues-
    day by B.W.LA,. after a holiday
    here was Mr. Guy Purchas, a

    planter of St, Lucia. :

    Canadian Barrister

    R. and Mrs. A. H. Hart from

    Mentreal, Canada, arrived
    yesterday, morning by T.C.A. on
    their firstevisit to the island and
    will be remaining for two weeks
    staying at the Ocean View Hotel.

    Mr. Hert is a Barrister with

    the T.C.A. Law Department as
    well as With Canadian National
    Railways and Canadian National
    Steamships.

    Technical Director
    M



    R. DONALD H. SUE-AQUAN,
    echnical Director of Doneon

    Sign Co, Ltd, Port-of-Spain,
    Trinidad, arrived here recently by
    B.W.LA. on a business visit, He



    companied by his brother
    N Neville Sue-Aquan, owner of
    Sue-Aqutan's



    Redio Services. in
    British Guiana. They are staying
    at the Hotel Royal.
    For Two Weeks
    eee two weeks’ holiday
    here are Mr. and Mrs. Burke
    of Trinidatl who arrived yester-
    day morning by. B.W.LA. They
    are staying at Cacr:bank Hotel,

    2ea@ular Vistiors
    AR. andeMrs. L. Martin of Trini-

    4VÂ¥i dad and regular visitors 10
    Berbadés “are back again for a
    month’s holiday. They «rrived over
    the last week-end: by the Colombie
    and ate [Staying at Cacrabank
    Hotel.

    Their eldest son who is Manager
    at Piateo Airport is at present in
    the island-spendng a holiday with
    relatives .while a younger son,
    Tony, a student at Lodge Sehool
    is spending the Easter holidays
    with them.

    Mr. Mattin
    Director of Messrs.
    of Port-of-Spain.

    Sisters

    Grou about two weeks’

    holiday here are the McIntosh

    Norma and Joan’ from

    Grenada. They arrived on Sun-

    day by B.W.1LA. and are staying
    at Silver Beach Guest House.

    This is Norma’s second visit to
    the island, but the first time for
    Joan, They are both employees of
    Messrs. Thomson, Hankey & Co.,
    Ltd. of St. George’s,

    is Secretary and
    Alston's Ltd.

    sisters

    Fiftee

    _ THE Christ Church Baby Welfare League situated at liver oil, milk, and barley for
    Oistin’s Town, Christ Church, observes its fifteenth anni- their babies.

    It was opened on April 17th, 1937 by Lady

    versary to-day.

    nth Anni
    Christ Church Baby Welfare League



    MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR KIRKLAND who were married on Easter

    Monday at St. Leonard's Church.

    Mrs. Kirkland is the former Margaret Knight, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Leonard Knight of “Clifton”, Strathclyde.

    Mr. and Mrs, Kirkland left here on Tuesday enroute to Scotland

    vis Trinidad and New York.

    Spent Easter Holidays
    R, STEVE CARNEY, Ameri-
    can Vice Consul in Mar-
    tinique and: Mrs, Carney, returned
    home on Monday by B.W.LA.
    after spending the Easter holidays
    here, They were staying at the St.
    Lawrence Hotel,
    On Holiday

    R. and Mrs. Anthony Monje

    and their two children Car-
    men and Elaine, arrived here re-
    cently from Caracas, Venezuela
    for a holiday and will be spending
    three or four weeks staying at the
    St. Lawrence Hotel.

    Mr. Monje is with the Shell

    Petroleum Company in Caracas.

    For Brandon Trophy
    EAVING Seawell this morning
    by B.W.LA. for Jamaica to

    represent Barbados in the Bran-
    don Trophy are Eric Taylor
    (Capt.), Darrell Trimmingham

    and Dennis Worme.

    Trinidad and British Guiana
    will also be taking part in this
    tournament which opens next
    week. Barbados will be playing
    Trinidad on April 21, 22 and 23.

    It is understood that these games
    will be broadcast over. Radio
    Jamaica on either 25 or 31 metres,
    As soon as full particulars are
    received from Jamaica the correct
    wave coverage and times will be
    published.

    A Daughter
    ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
    and Mrs. J. S. B, Dear on the
    birth of a baby daughter. Mrs,
    Dear was the former Jeanne Raw-
    lins of Trinidad. Her mother is
    at present in the colony and’Was
    in time for the happy event.
    Two Weeks
    T PRESENT here on_ two
    weeks’ holiday is Miss Moira
    King who is on the staff of the
    Royal Bank of Canada in Geor ge-
    tewn, She is staying at the Accra
    Guest House, Rock’ey.

    Miss King is the daughter of
    Mr, and Mrs, Perey King, of
    Georgetown. Her father, who is
    retired Crown Solicitor is now
    Currency Control Commissioner,
    B.G,



    Young, wife of the then Governor of Barbados.

    Madame Ifill, a Barbadian the
    founder and President of the
    League, had just returned from

    the U.S.A. where she spent over
    twenty years. During these
    years she observed that Govern-
    ment as well as private people
    ran well-organised — Institutions
    and mothers took advantage of
    the facilities offered at these In-
    stitutions for the benefit of their
    young ones.



    The results acted as an inspire-
    tion to;Madame Ifill who prom-
    ised that she would do all to help
    poarer classes in her island.
    gue at Christ Churen was
    answer and on the 17th April,






    mothers of 14 babies re-
    ed cod tiver oil, barley, food
    and milk Mothers were

    to bring their babies to





    League to watch their physi-
    development.

    cal

    Its Aims

    "he nim of the League is pre-



    entative rather than curative.
    Babies’ are weighed, examined
    1d any ailments which may
    frevent-the child from progress-
    ing, are reported. The trained

    nu
    to

    e then recommends the chiid
    the P.M.O. of the parish for



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    MADAME IFILL
    The babies

    free treatment.
    admitted to the
    Thursday from 11
    also receive such

    are
    Clinic every
    a.m, Mothers
    articles as cod

    versary

    Big Night At ‘‘Morgan’’

    oe to the calendar,
    the Tourist Season is just
    about over, In spite of this how-
    ever, Club Morgan nad one of
    their biggest nights of the year on
    Saturday last. There were quite
    a few passengers from the Lady
    Rodney which was in over-night,
    a few familiar T.C.A. people and
    a large number from Venezuela
    who were here for the Easter
    Holidays.

    But, the locals predominated
    and probably enjoyed the Trini-
    dad Calypsoes most of all. The
    visitors had a hard time under-
    standing the Trinidad “dialect”.
    But—when it came to dancing to
    the Calypsoes, no matter if. they
    were from North America, South
    America or Europe, everyone en-
    tered into the spirit, doing their
    own version of the “Jump UP.”
    It was a big night at “The Mor-
    gan” ‘and a good time was had_by

    all. 4 dal

    Visiting Sister
    ISS JILL GALE, daughter of
    Mr, C. A, L. Gale, Editor of
    the Advocate and Mrs. Gale, left
    over the “Easter week-end for
    Trinidad by B.W.ILA. She is on
    a short visit to her sister,

    To Observe
    R, THOMAS LASHLEY,
    Secretary-Treasurer ¢f the
    Housing Board left the colony on
    Sunday for Puerto Rieo via
    Cotes to observe the Housing
    Scheme there,

    New Appointment

    R. A. M.. JONES tormerly
    Secretary of the Barbados
    Electors’ Association has been

    appointed Secretary of the Cham-
    ber of Commerce in succession tc
    Mr. J. Robert Peterkin. Mr
    Jones brings to his new post an
    extensive knowledge of business.
    He was for many years clerk and
    salesman with one of the biggest
    firm¢ in Georgetown and was for
    a short period on Sugar Estates ir
    British Guiana. Congratulations
    to him on returning to his old love

    If in any case the
    mother cannot bring the baby to
    the Clinic herself she still receives
    these articles. The number on the
    roll is now 40, Babies are dis-
    charged from the roll at the age
    of 3 years,

    Finance
    The League is financed by a
    Government grant, subscriptions
    from abroad as well as local. The



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    CONGRATULASIONS to Mr,
    and Mrs. Cecil McCartney on
    the birth of a son, Mrs. Mc-
    Cartney is the eldest daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L. Gale of
    “Abingdon”, Dalkeith Road. Mr.
    and Mrs, McCartney live at Cruse
    Field, Forest Reserve, T.L.L.

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    Court Battle
    .For Spanish
    Crown Jewels

    MILAN, April 16,

    Don Jaime, second son of the
    late King Alfonso XIII of Spain
    began a court batitle against his
    former wife for the possession of
    ‘almost a quarter million dollars
    worth of dazzling Spanish crown
    jewels now in trust of their two
    sons. : ]

    Spectators in the first section
    of the Milan civil tribunal listened
    In amazement as the attorney dis-
    closed for the first time the ful)
    list of diamonds, sapphires, rubies
    pearls and other jewels at stake ir
    the proceedings, It read like a
    house catalogue for Cartiers or
    Tiffanys.

    Both Don Jaime and his first
    wife Dona Emanuela Dampierre
    were represented Ly attorneys ir
    the brief opening session before
    further arguments were adjourned
    until June 18,

    The list of jewels was vead tc
    the court by Attorney Cesare
    C@laretto in whose hands Jaime
    placed them in 1947 when proce2a-
    ings were under way for the
    annulment of his marriage to Donz
    Emanuela,

    Calaretto said historic value
    made the jewels “priceless”. At
    the time they were turned over to
    him their straight cash value was
    estimated to be about $200,000 at
    the exchange rate then prevailing.

    Attorney Aldo Caradona repre-
    senting Jaime said the Prince
    intended to recover the jewels»be-
    cause they belonged to the Spanish
    Crown, He said, the agreement to
    turn them over to the two sons—
    Alfonso now 13, and Gonzalo 12, |
    —was actually started before
    Jaime and Don Emanuela were
    finally separated.

    —U.P,

    CROSSWORD





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    . Happy expression (4)
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    Hat he made up in barren open
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    Gaining Knowledge in the
    heather. (4)

    Peebie ray of itgnt. (7)

    Couid be the fashion. (4)

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    Willy Toad’s New Business

    —He Kept a Lost-and-F ound Store—

    By MAX TRELL |

    -“1 THINK,” said Christopher
    Cricket, “that Willy Toad has just |
    stapied a new kind of business. He
    sa store-room fiJled with all sorts
    F..odd things, such as baskets of
    bpney, an earthworm, @ pile of
    orns, walnuts and hitkory nuts,
    Vera] old bones, three little wrass-
    ers, a young chicken and a
    eat many other odds and ends
    syre it’s some new king of busi-
    ss, but what kind of business it is
    wan't decide. Of course,” Christo
    pher Cricket added, “it may be
    AVilly Tond’s idea of a junk-shop
    though | don't understand why
    three little grasshoppers and >
    young chicken should be in a junk-
    shop.”

    Knarf and Aanid, the Shadows,
    te whom Christopher was telling
    about all this, shook their heads and |
    looked, puzzled.

    Funny Ideas
    “Willy Toad,” said Hanid at last.
    “has very furny ideas sometimes
    We'd better go around and see what
    this new business of hif really is.” |
    ee Knarf and Christopher thought |
    this was the best thing to do, so

    wr-into the shady hollow near
    the pine tree grove where Willy |
    usually sat on his toadstool catch
    ing files.

    Willy wasn’t sitting on his toad-

    ool when Knarf and Hanid and
    ‘hristopher reached the hollow
    But there was the store-room made
    out of several pieces of wood laid
    against each other, and Willy was
    sitting on. a chair near the open
    door. The chair was tilted hack and
    Willy was leisurely smoking a pipe
    with his hat pushed dowr almost
    over his face to keep the gnats from
    bothering him,

    Sure enough they could hear the
    peeping of the little chicken and the
    chirping of the three small grass-
    hoppers coming from inside the |
    store-room; and when they peered
    inside through the open door they
    could make out all those other |
    things that Christopher Cricket |
    talked about.

    t this moment Willy pushed |
    fits hat back from in front of his |

    . “Ah, how-de-do!” he greeted
    them cheerfully. “Have you just
    come to visit, or have you lost
    something ?”

    “Lost something?” said Hanid.

    Knarf and Christopher asked
    Willy what he meant by that.

    “Why,” said Willy, “this is the!







    Willy sat near the store entrance.

    Lost and Found department. Any-
    body that’s lost anything can find
    it here. This store-room is filled
    with lost articles, and with a lost
    chicken and three lost grasshoppers.
    Be quiet in there!” Willy shouted
    inside to the lost chicken and the

    | three lost grasshoppers at that mo-

    ment. “Your mothers will be here,
    never fear. "Stop-erying!”
    Lost Articles

    Knarf asked how Willy managed
    to get all the lost articles. “Folks
    find them,” he answered, “and
    bring them here. The baskets of
    honey belong tc some absent-mind-
    ed bees, The earthworm belongs to
    some robin who flew off and forgot
    where she left it. The acorns, wal-
    nuts and hickories belong to some
    squirrels who can’t remember
    where they buried them. The old
    bones belong to some dogs. And the
    little chick and the three grass-
    hoppers just wandered away from
    their. mothers, the way youngsters
    always do.”

    Just then a large hen came rush-
    ing up. “I’ve lost a chick, Willy!”
    she cried. When Willy told her the
    chick was inside, safe and sound,
    the hen was very happy and gave
    Willy ten blue-bottle flies for re-
    ward, And a few minutes later the
    mother of the three small grass-
    hoppers came rushing up, too. She
    gave Willy sixteen mosquitoes as
    a reward for finding and taking care
    of her three lost babies,

    “It’s a lovely business,” said
    Willy. “Everybody’s happy to find
    the things they think they've lost,
    and I’m happy to get a reward. It
    saves me all the trouble of having
    to try to catch flies. Yes, it’s a love-
    ly business!”



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    THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1952

    B.B.C. Radio Programme Negro Singer
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    Programme Parade Ip. The News, abroad to-day announced the

    + eo _— os58 @ w.32 m formation of a world league
    ne Renata against racial discrimination.

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    Composer of the Week; 9 p.m. Ring
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    From the Third Programme

    The singer who now has her own
    night club here, said the League
    would fight discrimination
    against not only the negro race,
    but all others who are targets of
    restrictive practices —(C.P.)



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    THURSDAY, APRIL 17,

    1952

    Ike Plans A Move
    For The Couple

    Next

    Door =.

    (By SAM WHITE)

    PARIS, Thursday,

    Discreetly over the last few weeks, as he prepares to

    go home to campaign for

    the U.S. Presidency, General

    Eisenhower has been pesing to European statesmen and

    military chiefs (among them Field-Marshal Montgomery):

    the problem of his suceessor as Commander-in-Chief of the

    Atlantie Powers.

    Usual.y the response has been:
    “It must be an American and we
    would prefer you to choose him”.
    There is no secret about Eisen-
    hower’s preference—it is his 52-
    year-old Chief of Staff, General
    Alfred Maximilian Gruenther,
    whom he ealls “my right arm”
    and whom General Mark Clark
    once praised as “the best soldier
    in the U.S. army.”

    The ‘joker class’

    General Gruenther is a small,
    wiry man whose meticulous ap-
    pearance and rasping woice suggest
    the professional soldier and whose

    erudite ming is that of a
    mathematician. This combina-
    tion of scholarship with un-

    assuming manner is the most
    striking thing about him. He will
    slip easily from a learned discus-
    sion on some problem of logisties
    into the unabashed gregariousness
    of a small-town rotarian. His
    bluff sense of humour prompted
    him to write recently to a reporter
    who tipped him as Ike’s successor:
    “J tell you that guy Gruenther
    just isn’t that good.”

    Gruenther was born in a small
    Nebraska town, where his father
    was an editor. He graduated
    from West Point in what became
    known as “the joker class’—the
    class which passed out only 11
    days before the 1918 Armistice
    into an army with a plethora of
    second lieutenants, p

    85 years on...

    He remained a lieutenant for
    16 years and at one stage, as he
    surveyed the bleak prospects
    facing the peace-time officer, he
    calculated that at the normal pro-
    motion yaite it would take him 85
    years to reach the rank of colonel.

    But he reached that rank on
    the outbreak of the last war, and
    Jater, like Eisenhower, became a
    general without ever commanding
    a battle unit.

    In 1942 he went to London as
    Eisenhower’s Deputy Chief of
    Staff adhd later became Mark
    Clark's Chief of Staff in the
    Italian campaign.

    When Eisenhower returned to
    ne he chose Gruenther as his
    Chief of Staff.

    Gruenther -and his wife live
    next door to the Eisenhowers in
    a suburban-type villa in the
    village of Marne-la-Coquette.
    Usually they meet at each other's
    homes four or five evenings of the
    week, either to catch up on work
    or to play bridge. Gruenther was
    a champion bridge player and
    in his West Point days earned
    £20 a week refereeing bridge
    championships,

    Bingo night

    Eisenhower likes to partner
    Gruenther and the combination
    has only once been beaten — by
    Marshail-Aid ambassador Averell
    Harriman and the U.S, Secretary
    of the Army, Frank Pace.

    Like the Eisenhowers, the
    Gruenthers play no part in Paris
    social] life. Mrs, Gruenther, a
    plump woman with a _ beaming
    smile, is known only to a few
    officers’ wives. She goes on oc-
    casional shopping trips to Paris
    with Mrs. Eisenhower and attends
    regularly the fortnightly “bingo
    night” (bingo is an American
    version of housey-housey) at the
    officers’ mess at SHAPE.

    Gruenther is a non-smoker,
    drinks only an occasional Martini
    or an after-dinner mixture o!
    brandy and Benedictine. He is a
    light eater with a simple taste in
    food: “I can’t afford to risk ulcers.
    It’s my job to give them to other
    people.”

    He feels a little awed at the
    prospect of stepping into Eisen-
    hower’s post, largely because he
    sees Eisenhower as a _ statesman
    as well as a soldier and is con-
    scious of the universal trust he
    inspires in Europe.

    But the feeling in Paris is that



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    Urdeai by food

    A JURY of nine men trying to
    fina the best Paris restaurant for
    saddie of veal 4 4 brancas have
    begun operations on the hrst of 46
    restaurants competing for the

    prize. Ingredients of the dish
    amclude foie gras, cream, egg
    yolks, almonds, crushed truffles,

    gruyere cheese and Madeira wine.

    All the members of the jury are
    confident of surviving the ordeal.

    Sartre writes a preface

    AUTHOR Jean Paul Sartge
    offered to write a preface for a
    friend’s book, wrote one of 400
    pages. The preface is now to be
    published as a separate volume.

    Says the friend, Jean Genet: “I
    am a little sad. To offer to write
    a preface for my book was an act
    of friendship, but to write another
    book in its place is, shail we say
    a doubtful honour.”

    Royal heads

    DAPPER publicity agent Guido
    Orlando has started an ‘‘Associa-
    tion of Former Crowned Heads” in
    Paris to “lead the world back to
    democracy,” and has approached
    Lady Astor to be the Association's
    first President.

    In the boudoir

    THE new Folies Bergére show
    is everything a Folies Bergére
    show should be — and more. The
    succession of dazzling scenes
    range from the boudoir lives of
    Scheherazade, Marie Antoinette
    andthe Borgias to opium dens and
    Afriean slaves searching for their
    mistress in a huge tank of water.

    The new star of the show is a
    tall, shapely dancer, Yvonne
    Menard, who shows nearly every-
    thing, including talent.

    —L.E.S.

    *
    ALUMINIUM
    EXPANSION
    DEPENDS ON W.L.
    MONTREAL

    A long-term expansion of
    aluminium production is being
    carried out in British Columbia,
    which depends directly upon sup-
    plies of bauxite from the British
    West Indies, according to the
    annual report of Aluminium, Ltd.,
    of Montreal.

    The programme calls for a big
    installation that will eventually
    produce 1,000,000 horsepower of
    electricity and 500,000 tons of
    aluminium a year. A dam is be-
    ing built that will supply power
    to the aluminium works and first
    production of aluminium from this
    plant is expected early in 1954.

    Initial raw materials require-
    ments of this plant will be supplied
    from new facilities now being
    built by the company in Jamaica,
    says the report. An aluminium
    plant is under construction there
    which will turn out 165,000 tons
    of the materials every year.

    “Further development beyond
    this capacity ig provided for in the
    general planning of the under-
    taking,” says the report. “As a
    part of this programme a deep
    waterport is being constructed on
    the south coast of Jamaica to
    handle both incoming and outgo-
    ing shipments.”

    Other expansion projects now
    being varrieq forward by
    Aluminiuii Ltd., include the in-
    stallation of additional kilns for



    drying and calcinat: bauxite at
    the company’s British Guiana
    mines.

    The company is continuing to
    investigate further sources of raw
    material supplies and potential
    sites adapted to the economic pro-
    duction of aluminium, the report
    adds. The possibilities of estab-
    lishing a fully-integrated ingot-
    producing enterprise in the Gold
    Coast are still being studied.

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    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 10.
    The Trinidad Government chose
    last Yonday “World Health Day”
    to fUrther its efforts to drive
    tuberculosis from the Colony.
    With the assistance of the
    United Nations International Chil-
    dren Emergency Fund, the Gov-
    ernment launched a mass anti-
    tuberculosis campaign and hopes
    to test approximately 400,000
    inhabitants and vaccinate more
    than 250,000 in the next two years
    Cost of the campaign is put at
    $100,000 of which Trinidad’s share
    is $45,000.

    Tuberculosis takes the highest
    percentage of deaths in this
    Colony annually and chief aim of
    the campaign, carried out in the
    field by teams of doctors and
    nurses, is to raise, by B.C.G. vac~
    cination, the resistance of those?
    persons susceptible to tuberculo+
    sis, LM

    It is hoped that the campaign
    will reduce the number of new
    T.B. cases notified each year by
    more than 80 per cent, as had
    been done in other countries,

    At present the Colony’s annual
    bill for maintaining a patient at
    the Caura Sanatorium, which
    accommodates 166 patients, is
    $1,000. It is hope that in the
    course of a few years such saving
    as may result from mass B.C.G
    vaccination will be utilised in
    improving and expanding the
    Colony’s social seryices, thereb:
    bringing increased Happlneas and
    social security.

    TV Li The Abbey

    For Coronation

    By ROBERT CANNELL

    One hundred million people in
    Britain, France, and America
    may see on TV the Coronation of
    the' Queen in Westminister Abbey.

    The Queen is expected to give
    the B.B.C. permission to televise
    the ceremony, when application
    is made at the end of Cour
    mourning on June 1.

    The B.B.C. has TV exchange
    agreements with French and
    American networks, If seience
    solves the problem the Coronation
    pictures will be seen from New
    York to Hollywood and in Can-
    ada.

    It is hoped that four-engined
    airplanes carrying TV gear will
    fly eight to ten miles high where
    weather conditions are more
    favourable, and relay the broad-
    ast across the Atlantic.

    —L.ES.

    RATES OF EXCHANGE

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1952
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    Sugar production in the British West Indies in_ the
    current season will exceed the quota laid down in the Com-
    ar Agtoement, according to latest estimates.

    e West ————$

    Gets Post On
    Atomic Plant

    Qur Own Correspondent)
    -OF-SPAIN, April 10,
    deB. Darwent
    d, who was
    Lodge School
    Q.R.C. Trinidad, has aceep' a
    attractive offer"
    Haven, Connecticut, at the
    States of America atomic plant,
    An associate research c
    Fellow of the
    Canada, Dr, Darwent
    Research
    There will be slight declines in Ottawa where he had b
    ing for the past 10 yea
    Lucia, British Honduras will al- among other reasons, his
    Miss Taitt of '
    needs a change from the Canadian
    climate.
    Dr. Darwent left Trinidad
    years ago to enter
    niversity. There he we recom~
    na

    “cched

    monwealth S

    Figures compil by t
    India Committee in London put
    the 1951—52 crop at 937,610 tons
    a big increase from the 863,008
    tons produced in the previous
    season, The export quota laid
    down under the Commonwealth
    Agreement is 900,000 tons for the
    West Indies and 25 tons for British
    Honduras, out of which 658,000

    tons will be sold at guaranteed ete ‘dal

    prices.

    Biggest increases in production
    this season will be in
    Guiana, Trinidad and Antigua.
    Even Jamaica, in spite of the

    of last year’s hurricane
    disaster, will increase its crop
    from 267,928 tons to 277,615 tons.

    National

    production in Barbados and St.

    most double its crop to 2,928 tons,
    but will still fall far short of its
    quota,

    According to the latest Board of

    Trade returns issued in London, 14

    the British West Indies and British

    Guiana supplied about one-third mended to the Natio:
    of all U.K., raw sugar imports in Cotincil.
    their Oxford University in 1
    one-year specialised course, It
    believed that he is the
    22 elected Fellows of

    February and inereased
    supplies considerably
    February, 1951,

    over

    (From
    PORT:

    “very

    former

    Basil

    He was

    LONDON,

    Barb

    Royal

    U.K., sugar imports from the Society in 1950.

    West Indies Togs trom 6S =
    in February, 1 to _ 26; ns
    in " 1988. The | British
    Guiana figure, Vv sepa ;
    increased from $523 tons

    20,742 tons, For January and
    February of this year, therefore,
    U.K., sugar imports from the
    B.W1, and B.G., totalled 59,228
    tons, as against only 18,917 tons
    in the same two months of 1951.

    Latest estimates of production
    for the quota year ending 31st

    during
    twent
    fleet



    1951,

    received by the West India Com- two tugs,

    mittee, M
    previous season's
    follows: —

    crop, are as

    1951/52

    tons
    170,000
    277, O15

    91,000
    45,000
    163,500
    8,700
    3,000
    235,867
    2,928
    —_
    097,610

    Barb
    Jamaica +4
    Leeward Islands:
    Antigua
    St. Kitts * .
    ‘Trinidad and Tobago
    Windward Islands
    St. Lucia

    18,50
    he
    140,673

    St. Vincent 2,702
    Pritish Guiana 1.

    Briush Honduras

    “we
    863,003



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    Shipping Company, at the end of
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    transported some
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    SUGAR NEWS

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    BRISBANE.

    Australia is unlikely to reach |
    the quota of sugar required for
    export to Britain next year, even |
    if the season is remarkably good, )
    according to the General Secre-|
    tary of the Queensland Cane
    Growers’ Couneil, Mr, Muir. |

    In addition to thé 600,000 tons
    for export under the sugar agree- |

    ment with Britain, a _ similar)
    amount would be required to!
    mect home consumption needs,

    he said. Mr, Muir added that}
    the industry looks ferward to 4%}
    further price increase within!
    three months,
    . * *
    SAN SALVADOR.

    A new law designed to increase
    sugar production in El Salvador
    has been by the Minis-
    try of Economy and Finance.

    The Ministries suggest the best
    way to increase sugar produc~
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    established in 1947, only on the
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    KARACHI,
    The final forecast of the area
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    ah, Inctease of 3,7 per cent,
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    Payment for sugar cane by
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    est possible tonnage per acre,
    irrespective of the ay, of
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    FEDERATION

    IN an editorial of March 17, 1952 ‘the
    New Commonwealth refers to the Rt. Hon.

    Mr. Lyttelton’s circular despatch to Gov-

    ernors on the subject of fedération as the
    “latest in the series of Colonial Office prod-

    dings which have characterised develop-
    ment of the Federation idea in the Carib-
    bean.” That prodding has been going on for
    close on eighty years and resulted here in
    the Federation riots of 1876. For the greater
    part of its history Barbados has been the
    seat of government in the Windward
    Islands. The permanent office of Governor
    of the Windward Islands was created as
    recently as 1885. In contrast with Barbados
    and the Windward. Islands, the then five
    presidencies of the Leeward Islands
    became a federation by the Leeward
    Islands Act 1871. That federation has
    been a failure and, far from break-
    ing down insularity and creating unity of
    outlook, has resulted in the transference of
    Dominica on 1st January 1940 into the
    Windwards group, and to the defederalising
    policy which is slowly being introduced
    into the administration of the Leeward
    Islands. One remarkable example of the
    absence of co-operation between the islands
    is the isolationist policy at present being
    followed by Mr.*Bradshaw ‘in the Prési-
    dency of St. Kitts. Elections under adult
    suffrage have not-yet been held in St.Kitts
    because Mr. Bradshaw is not satisfied with
    the constitutional reforms which have been
    introduced into all the other Presidencies
    of the Leewards. “i
    Despite Cissatisfaction with the feder-
    ation of the Leeward Islands, spokesmen
    of the political parties with majorities in
    the Presidential legislatures of the Lee-
    wards all support federation in principle.
    Support of dederation too has been coin-
    ing from the WindWard Islands, although
    the ardent champions of federation in these
    islands are drawn mainly from the upper
    middle classes who fear that withant feder-
    ation these islands may become unhappy
    hunting grounds for irresponsible and igno-
    rant politicians. ;
    The -fervour with which federation is
    sometimes advocated by certain spokesmen.
    of the Leewards and Windwards: may not
    unfairly be attributed to the almost peren-
    nial “out-of-pocketedness” of these island
    territories. At present seven out of eight of
    these islands are said to be in the embar-
    rassing position of spending money: which
    they have not got.
    The support, infinitesimal as it may be
    when expressed as a percentage of the com-

    bined population of the Leeward and
    Windward islands, that the federation idea
    is receiving from the Leewards and Wind-

    wards is perhaps the only real support that
    the idea is receiving anywhere in the Brit-
    ish Caribbean.

    British Guiana has quite honourably
    done what every well informed person ex-
    pected her to do, She has consistently op-
    posed the idea of federation with the Brit-
    ish islahds of the’ West Indies;<hough she
    is prepared to support the Regional Econo-
    mic Committee, Customs unten and othér
    regional activities. «



    sae ‘ : : Bey
    British Honduras is a Special problem ~

    and its future seems inevitably set alon
    patterns of development foreign to those
    the British Caribbean territories.

    There remains Barbados, Trinidad and
    Jamaica, The present constitutional posi-
    tion of Barbados by_which almost 100 per-

    cent of powet. is vested in the-hands of the.

    people’s four representatives on the Exe-
    cutive Committee must be very satisfying
    to the Barbados Labour Party and the rela-
    tive prosperity of the island and the har-
    monious relations between employers and
    labour are not incentives towards political
    regionalism.

    he people of. this island have always
    (rightly or wrongly is a matter for indi-
    vidual judgment) considered themselves
    as examples for other West Indian islands
    to follow and they are unlikely ever to take
    the initiative in entering upon a federation
    which must, if-it succeeds, eclipse their
    own political constellation. .

    The attitude of Trinidad towards politi-
    cal federation has been almost aggressive
    fn its 4nxiety to federate at all costs and
    that speedily. This attitude seems to have
    suffered slight chillings in proportion as
    Jamaica’s enthusiasm for the subject has
    increased. "7
    | Jamaica’s attitude is by no means clear,
    but one thing is certain and that is that
    Jamaica intends to take second place to no
    _other territory in any closer political asso-
    ciation. :

    Meanwhile the peoples of these terri-
    tories probably know more about the
    United Kingdom, Canada, India, China,
    Africa and most certainly of the United
    States than they do about one another.

    The United Kingdom of course is left
    with the unenviable position of responsi-
    bility for territories which are still cher-
    ished for reasons of trade but whose ad-
    ministrative systems are not geared to
    twentieth century life.

    In addition the United Kingdom has to
    suffer the taunts of sovereign states like
    Haiti and Liberia where conditions of life
    are far more backward than in any of the
    British Caribbean territories, and must put
    up with the reproaches of these territories
    whenever it suits them to be petulant.

    Small wonder that the Colonial Office is
    doing all the prodding it can without falling
    into the pitfall of push§ag the West Indies
    into federation,

    ADVOGATE.

    Barbados at this. time,
    think clearly aboutythe subject of

    : JOHANNESBURG.
    FOR Johannesburg's

    Out in the slum suburb of Fords-



    burg. dangerous things are hap-
    pening.

    Blacks, yellows, and browns of
    South Africa’s 14,000,000 pro-
    letariat ‘are marching through
    the streets cheering, singing, and
    shouting slogans,’ “They carry
    bright blue barmérs marked
    “Freedom in 1952... “Malan re-
    member how Hitler fell.
    “Down with the unjust laws’....
    “Down with passes.”

    These last two slogans refer to

    from his white employer which
    every black must carry, entitling
    him to move in the streets.
    They__march with clenched
    fists held shoulder high in salute
    — “No, it is not ‘the
    salute,” says the rally’s Indian
    |organiser .Cachalay to me. ‘Note
    |that the thumb is not clenched
    ee pointed backwards.”



    On they; go into Fordsburg’s
    main square, their éxaltation
    rising steadily under the elo-

    quence of speakers, and under the
    intoxicating rhythm ‘of calypso
    olk song§ of Africa, to which
    they sing their slogans and sway
    ecstatically.

    Johannesburg police are’ wait-
    ing in readiness. Plain clothes
    men fiom’ the C.D, are taking
    miniature-camera pictures of
    Communist suspects among the
    demonstrations,

    They Fear...

    IN"'the street leading to the
    ‘square are dangerous heaps of
    breken brick, flint, and _ bits .of
    paving stone. They have been
    leftâ„¢behind by drainage workers.
    Hesh-ammunition for ,zioters.

    And. yet: my feeling is that this



    ‘People’s protest day,” organised
    iby the “African National Con-
    ereseâ„¢ (Oh, no, we have noth-
    tigen’ common with the Com-
    maunists”),) will n@tolead to the
    explosions!; Johaapesburg fears,

    Not here.
    Maybe, though, at one or two

    of..the many other industrial
    centres where the congress is
    organising similar demonstra~
    tions. J




    a

    Neyertheless, I fully appre-
    j ythe asons:for my white
    rien n@vousness.

    oF sausge, any black or

    rjot intervening at this
    momen Of high political teusion
    between ' White and white over
    the Tule 6f law issue could have
    the most far-reaching political
    consequences,

    Dr. Malan’s Nationalists have
    already hinted that, they mean
    to denounce and ban the anti-
    Nationalist ex-Servicemen’s
    Torch Commando organisation
    as “Communists. and.-nigger-lov-
    ers,” {
    ~The riots might provide the
    pretext. The Torch Commandos
    would defy any such move.

    Civil,war would be at:hand,

    What I Saw

    MY'SECOND redson for under-
    the nervousness of white
    nesburg is because of what
    tT saw myself here yesterday
    afternoon. +f
    ~For among the Africans I saw
    in Fordsburg’s “Freedom Square”
    —so named for the Day—were
    many of the same men I had-seen





    Sefton Delmer has flown in to the
    ‘touchiest potential trouble-spot of
    all—wheve whites are outhumbered
    by four to one. This is Report No. 1.

    yesterday in
    half-mil- unparalleled by anything I have
    lion whites this is a day of jitters, ever seen anywhere.

    Communist the African municipal



    BARB:

    cenes of a horror

    It was in Central Jchannes-
    burg in the early afternoon.

    “On The Move

    It was two hours after the fac-
    tories had closed, and thousands
    of black labourers—many of them
    fresh ‘from their tribes, with
    huge disc-like earrings flapping
    from distended lobes — were
    lounging through the drab, as-
    phalted streets A week's pay
    was in their pockets,

    |(1) The law providing for blacks They were looking for some-
    |to- be confined to’Special areas of thing. to do, something to lift
    their own, and (2) To the pass them out of the drab one-ness

    of. their .existence as unskilled
    labourers from which promotion
    is. denied them by labour -rules.

    I. found them gathered around
    the corrugated iron — palings of
    beer hall
    in Vonwielligh-street,



    SAILOR MALAN,

    Battle of Britain ace and
    leader of the Torch Com-
    mando which has demanded
    the resignation of Premier

    Malan's Government. The
    demand followed a Supreme
    Court decision to invalidate
    the Act putting Cape-
    coloured voters on a
    separate roll,

    “Our club,’ one of them
    laughed, pointing der®sively. But
    the “club” was closed. So was
    the Salvation Army hostel. They
    talked politics —- among them-
    selves, with me: “We are slaves.
    But we shall remain. Believe me,
    boss.”

    They pretended to take an in-
    terest in tie hevbs, catskins, and
    charms of an African peddler
    squatting by the road.

    And then, like the Saturday
    befare and the Saturday before
    that, they began to move off in
    twos and threes towards the
    Bantu sports ground,

    There, of a square of derelict
    land outside the sporis ground
    —where a few of the more en-
    lightened Africans were playing
    tennis—a long line of men stood,









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    | SIR,—It is most regrettable that
    some of the Anglo-Catholic mem-
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    birth control. || Fartumately, the
    opinions expresseqxinâ„¢the letters
    of Archdeacon Hutehinson’ and
    Saxonicug are not held by all the
    Anglican clergy. tibial
    ~It 4s most urgent” Yor us to ac-
    quaint ourselves with the criti-
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    with the social and
    sequences ahead 4@f ls if we do not
    try to tackle thisedifficult, problem
    with some.commpby sense and not
    just-words.\ “. Ko”

    Before the beginning of the 20th
    century, it was. necessary far the
    survival of the human race, for a
    child bearing -woman to have
    large numbers of babies. Infantile
    mortality was.so High that in the
    average family only a few children
    lived out of the total number: born,
    The Churchyards*of Barbados beay
    witness to this facet. All classes of
    the community were equally .at-
    fected; Queén “Anne had’ 17 chil-

    |dren and none of them survived
    her,

    Typhoid, Small-pox, cholera,
    plague, yellow-fever and other in-
    fectious diseases 4 periodically
    wiped out large numbers of the
    population. Diarrkhe@a, dysentery,
    | malnutrition, hed! m,’ malaria,
    | pneumonia e se ia etc. took
    {an enorm@ts tof of lives and es-
    | pecially ung ¥ives. During the
    last 100 y@ars a pecially with-
    in the last two decades, enormous
    | advances have been made in med-
    j ical selence-and-preventative med-
    jicine. Public ‘hhealth has come into
    } its own and we Mo longer hear of
    |the type of epidemics our fore-
    fathers knew and dreaded, Modern
    drugs have revolutionised the
    | practice of medicine and almost
    every child born to-day, if prop-

    erly cared and fed, can expect to
    reach maturity. Medical knowledge
    is also increasing the number of
    men and women who can have
    children,

    If we are to have a healthy,
    well balanced community, the only
    possible answer is planned parent-
    hood using scientific methods of
    birth gontrol. No agriculturist
    would dream of raising 20 cows

    =o one acre of land, the area is

    too small to feed that number.
    Surely in this age a man and
    woman must be allowed and taught
    to arrange their family to suit
    their earnings, so that each child
    can. be adequately fed, clothed,
    educated and given the best pos-
    sible start in life. Aldous Huxley
    in his book “Themes and Varia-
    tions” puts the problem clear’y:
    “Departure from biologically nor-
    mal behaviour is always danger-
    ,ous; but the dangers involved in
    birth control are not so great as
    those which arise when individu-
    als yetain their natural breeding
    habits in a world where hygiene,
    insecticides, antibiotics and false
    teeth have radically. changed their
    natural.dying habits, If we inter-
    fere with the forces that bring
    death, ‘we must also interfere
    with those that bring life, Other-
    wise we shall have overpopula-+
    tion, an unfavourable relationship
    between man and: his environ-
    ment, wholesale destruction of
    planetary resources, hunger, revo-
    lution and extermination, Given
    sewage systems aureomycin and
    plastic dentures, contraception be-
    comes a necessity and the adoption
    of a world population policy a
    matter of the most urgent impor-
    tance.”

    The method’ advocated in
    Archdeacon Hutchinson’s letter of
    self control may look alright in

    print but it shows a complete
    lack of knowledge of human
    nature and the basic biological

    processes. It is the contention of

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    sat, and squatted on the edge
    of what seemed to be a kind of

    pit,
    Buried Beer

    As I approached I saw they
    were divided into groups, each
    with a 2lb. jam tin from which
    they were rinking, passing it
    around the group.

    In the pit were women—“she-
    been queens” they are called—
    digging out further tins from the
    ground where they buried their
    treasure.

    The tins contained Kaffir beer,
    a brew made by the women from
    millet boiled up with yeast.

    But they reinforce it with
    doses af carbide, methylated
    spirits, and even corpses of
    snakes and rats—anything to
    give it a kick.

    Marijuana — here known as

    dagha—was being sold openly at
    a shilling for half an ounce,

    When I saw them they were
    still reasonably sober. But only a
    few hours later the ground was
    seething with thousands of men
    and women fighting drunk, ready
    for any act of frenzy,

    Nor is the sports ground the
    only site of mass. drinking and
    marijuana orgies. Other illicit
    beer stills are fin the immediate
    neighbourhood “of Fordsburg’s
    main square, +

    The meeting has not had even
    a tenth of the 100,000 attendance
    which the organisers’ advance
    boosting claimed it would have.

    But it requires only one dope-
    crazed man to set alight a fire
    which would spread rapidly.

    Black Tragedy

    The tragic thing about South
    Africa’s blacks as I see it in this
    first impression is this:

    In demonstrating against /the
    Malan laws restricting them
    from coming into these urban
    areas—and confining them, to
    special reserves of their. oWn—
    ‘ney are demonstrating against
    their own salvation,

    Only by keeping down
    number of blacks in Johannes-
    burg and similar areas will it
    be possible to kill these orgies,
    reminiscent of the worst of Bri-
    tain’s industriab revolution.

    Only with the restriction of
    numbers will it be possible to
    improve housing and rovide
    amenities for all which will raise
    their standards of living.

    But arrogance and _hatred
    drive them on to self-destruction.

    White Tragedy

    As for Calvinist ex-pastor
    Premier Malan and the men be-
    hind him, the tragedy is that
    intolerance of the British—and
    the arrogant ambition. to turn
    South Africa into a purely Boer
    country—is driving white South
    Africa to destruction.

    For this passion is bringing
    him into conflict with the rule
    of law, which is the only possi-
    ble basis for the survival of the
    white community, outnumbered
    four to one by blacks,

    Fortunately there are signs
    that the dangers are being recog-
    nised by the leaders of Malan’s
    own Dutch Reformed Church.
    Saner counsels may yet prevail.

    ay

    the

    Midnight Postscript: Ah, well,
    in Johannesburg the demonstra-
    tion has in fact gone off without
    incident. But it could have gone
    differently. I feel thete is no need
    for shame about my jitters,



    many religious persons that con-
    tinence is the only aid to the
    limitation of offspring and that
    this is approved by moral law.
    The chaste man or woman, obvi-
    ously, never has a child. It is,
    on the other hand, the belief of
    most psychol 5, that absolute
    continence, in the presence of
    continuous temptation, such as
    must inevitably, exist in the case
    of marriage een two persons
    who have for Bach other a pro-
    found affection, produces effects
    on the ment@l”" life and daily
    behaviour that (are not conduc-
    ive to a peaceful and healthy
    existence, How much bigger d)
    we want our mental hospitals to

    grow?

    Incidentally, one notices that
    nearly all the people in Barbados
    who are agai birth control

    and who write most vehemently
    about the subj are males, They
    do not have to’ go through nine
    months of pregnancy with the
    vomiting, discomfort, the labour
    pains and the danger to. their
    lives, Cancer of the womb and
    cervix is also more common in
    women who have borne. a large
    number of children,

    It is for the women of Barba-
    dos to do something about the
    matter of birth control and leave
    the men to their mediaeval
    thinking, if they wish. The
    Qhureh has had to change its
    attitude on many subjects over
    the centuries. It once applauded
    and encouraged the burning of
    witches at the stake and claimed
    that the world was flat. When
    anaesthetics were first used in
    ‘midwifery, they said that wap
    sinful too. The Church's vast
    experience in matters of morality
    did not prevent wnuddled think-
    ing about these and many other
    matters. Let us hope that the time
    is not far off when birth control
    will be viewed more intelligently.
    Perhaps some Deaconesses would
    be of assistance at the meetings

    of the Synod,
    FLORA.

    will drive him over to the airport. Then he

    sums of money, the strangers who greet him

    people—all the things that go with the busi-

    |

    ee

    CARLSEN GETS OUT |

    UNIFORM AGAIN

    A Page One Sailor goes back to the sea
    with a salty shrug at fame and wealth.

    By FREDERICK COOK

    WOODBRIDGE, New Jersey.
    IN THE little back bedroom of an unpre-

    tentious white wood house at 65, Alwart
    Street in Woodbridge—safely out of sight of
    the nearest salt water—a dark blue uniform
    lies folded on the bed.



    It has been sponged and pressed and the

    four broad gold stripes on the sleeves glearn
    brightly. The braid on the peaked cap has|
    had a loving polishing, too. Captain Carlsen
    is off to sea again.

    Kurt Carlsen’s new ship—Flying Sater)
    prise II—is at this moment loading 1,200 miles}
    away at Mobile, Alabama, on the Gulf of
    Mexico. Carlsen expects the telephone to ring |
    at any hour. His bags stand ready. His wife

    will escape from the letters that still pour
    in, the weird and wonderful offers of huge

    the badgering from the radio and television



    ness of being a world celebrity.

    At the moment Carlsen has other things
    on his mind. He is out in the garage behin
    the house with paint smears up to his elbows,
    re-enamelling daughter Sonia’s bicyele—

    job she says he must finish before he can go
    off to sea again,

    Sonia is unable to supervise the job. She is |
    n bed with tonsilitis, But she is very much}
    ‘he captain of the Carlsen household just the |
    same,

    I was talking to her mother (whose calm
    grey eyes have lost now that look of nameless
    dread they wore when her husband’s picture |
    was in every paper perched on the slanting |
    deck of his dying ship), I had asked what |
    was the tonnage of the new ship they have
    given her husband.

    Mrs Carlsen hesitated. Then from the sick-
    room came Sonia’s voice: “Ten'thousand four
    hundred tons. She’s a C-2. The Enterprise was |
    only nine thousand one hundred and sixty-
    eight. The new ship has 48 men. And 12 pas-
    sengers—she's much nicer.”

    Kurt Carlsen’s painting job is the last of
    many he has been doing here at home since
    he came back to find himself a hero.

    10,000 LETTERS

    There was the new radio mast he had to
    put up for the short-wave set on which he
    chats to other hams throughout the world,
    There was the gardening to do and the new
    car to clean and grease and the children to
    consult about where the medallions and com-
    memorative scrolls should hang and what
    should be done with his own model of a four-
    master Danish training ship now that there
    were so many new momentoes to find wall-
    space for.

    And of course, theré were the letters—well
    ever 10,000 of them and still coming in. Sev-
    enteen secretaries laboured to answer them
    at the peak time. But Carlsen signed every
    one of them himself. “That was the least I
    could do,” he said. ‘ All those people taking
    the trouble to write. You'd never have
    thought it, would you?”

    A great deal of his time has been devoted
    to saying no—no to the masses of money-
    making offers that have been made to him.

    he said no, The businessmen bidding for him

    money was new to them. But in the end they
    have had to accept it.

    “You understand,” Carlsen told me. “Iam
    not an actor or a television star. I couldn’t
    write a book if I tried. The sea—that is where
    I belong. I am not a real celebrity.”

    If Carlsen had chosen to accept the offers
    he and his household would now be wealthy.
    There could haye been a yalet to sponge his
    uniform and a new bicyclé for Sonia instead
    of a paint job on the old. Mrs. Carlsen could
    have had a maid and a cook. She need never
    again have set foot inside the well-kept mod-
    ernistic kitchen which is obviously her joy.

    Carlsen could have had by now simply fan- §

    tastic sums of money—if he had been willing
    to Say yes. ,

    They have been begging him to do coast-to-
    coast TV.shows. They have invited him to

    sign endorsements for beer and cigarett®s %
    for yachting caps and lollipops, and unsink-]|%
    able row-boats; to make speeches on this and x
    that; even to go to Hollywood and play him- x

    self on the screen,

    Carlsen has turned them all down.

    2 : ‘. ; 9

    He lowered his voice as though fearing that |$

    re Yo nla ; “ ; b?
    Mrs. Carlsen might not understand. “It will|%$
    ; ‘ 5

    be good to be back on, my own bridge,” he|$

    said. “It can’t come too soon for me.—L.E.S.

    The offers grew bigger and bigger every time |{

    could not believe he meant it. Why should %
    they? A man who just did not care about |

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    THURSDAY, APRIL - 17,1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE *







    ®. Kennet Teandup Maite Aidkod ed A; - St. Lucia Asks 3 Months for False Statements
    Fox ClubIeA re Ssked: «Carpenter to die for Murder

    k Pl tai His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Pharmacy and approached Seibert
    { is orship Mr. C. alwyn,
    For Adult €d by. a Sight: eed ade sumpeenes or antain,

    Acting Police Magistrate of Dis- Pollard, a clerk in the Pharmacy

    . @ From Page 1 simply means a wicked intention to you that the accused was so by trict “A” yesterday sentenced and told him that a Mr. Rock had
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    ESTABLISHED 1895

    First Casualty Announced

    | From All Quarters :



    PARIS, April 16.
    [LORD ISMAY, Secretary General of the North

    ii —— Treaty Organisation, arrived here israel Gives
    e up new duties. He was met at the airport by}
    Stone Slabs

    the English and French ambassadors.
    The new Secretary General will take over du- |
    | To N.Y.
    LONDON.

    ties during the week in provisional headquarters at

    the Palais De Chaillot, originally built to house the

    United Nations General Assembly during the meet-

    ing here early this year. tram’ AVIV: Forty tons of stone
    which provided ole slabs for

    King Solomon's temple are being

    , Last week the giant airlift shifted top secret documents
    ‘taff and furniture from London to pre-fabricated head-
    re s here. oe to New York as Israel's
    An endless stream of planes has been flying documents | ¢o"tribution to the building of
    snd furniture across the Channel for a alk. Lord Ismay a — ae hae
    N.A.T.O, Secretary General, arrives to-morrow and the cover 300 cain plaid a tae
    ’ headquarters will officially begin work on Monday. main hall,
    PS RA a PS TRY i sab ti .A.T.O's new home is a pre-| _WELLINGTON: A member of
    New Zealand’s House of Repre-

    me N
    | tabricated structure at the Palais
    } De Chaillot across the river from! sentatives is not allowed to call
    another member an acid drop,



    Ken Farnum

    Eisfel Tower.





    i The U-shaped building was | poodje, yahoo, half-wit or twitter-
    Rides l ‘oda built last fall to house the sixth | ing budgie, nor can he say he has
    Q y General Assembly of the United | a giggle like Barney’
    : : & ney's . These
    Nations and will be used by] banned words and ses
    KEN FARNUM, the local N.A.T.O. Secretariat until a

    following the rulings last session,
    are now added through Hansard
    to the already formidable official
    list of unparliamentary ex-

    cycling ace, goes into action
    at Kensington to-day at his
    last public performance before
    he leaves for Helsinki, Fin-

    permanent site in Paris is found
    for the agency.
    special steel and concrete

    “strong box” is being completed to

    7 “0 | pressions.
    land. Farnum will be draft- file secret documents which will . »
    ed into the Jamaican team be accompanied by armed guards WASHINGTON: eae:
    which will take part in the whenever they are taken out for po .

    his men not to talk to newspaper
    reporters, Appropriately, the
    chief's name is Raspberry.

    Olympic Games. study.

    Other precautions include thor-
    ough checks of all entployees, such
    as cleaning and restaurant staffs.
    Lights will be kept on in Head-
    quarters throughout the night for

    Although Farnum is the
    West Indian champion cyclist,
    there will be a severe test of

    his riding skill to-day when he



    }
    eo ._ °
    | meets Carmichael, an old extra security, A total of over Flying Dises
    cyclist with much experience, 500 secretariat workers will : 4
    and other good riders who occupy offices in the five storey See i
    have been promoted to Class building. 7 7”
    A.
    Judging from Farnum’s past First Casualt ‘ ;
    record no more suitable choice y Canada
    could have been made to N.A.T.O. _ Headquarters an-
    represent the West Indies’ nounced its first official casualty

    NORTH BAY, Oniario, Apri] 16,

    i .H.A.P.E. started operat-
    = © , 44 The Canadian air torce which

    ing more than a year ago.

    cyclists at the Olympic Games.
    He has taken part in many

    Sports Meoetings throughout In an official memorandum toj Once laughed off flying saucer re-
    the West Indies and has so far officers at the 14-nation military] ports as products of over ripe
    been the most successful headquarters the death of General] imaginations ordered Intelligence
    cyclist. Henri F. V. Coudraux, 56, Deputy} experts to study cases of several

    Chief of Staff of Logics and Ad-

    Local fans should certainly ?
    ministration was announced.

    dises r seen over North
    be encouraged to give re

    Bay in the past four months.



    generously to the Farnum For The General died late Tuesday] Four airmen stationed at a
    Finland Fund after seeing him afternoon in a_ French military} North Bay told "
    in action to-day. hospital. He played a prominent)they saw discs float over
    part in French re: the local air ‘ an-
    $$ __——_—— | the German occupation.—U.P.. statement said thee ta no aay
    Public’? Atom 0 ee Senne

    All the men were described as









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    Advorate —

    PRICE : FIVE CENTS

    al*Takes Up New Duties

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    New Jersey Victory:

    IKE VISITS TROC | Ik

    eal

    : ‘Drums Welcome Him Back Home

    SRUSSELS, April 16.

    GENERAL EISENHOWER received the news of|-,
    his New Jersey pritaary victory with a brod
    grin and the comment: ‘That is fine!’ Eisenhowe:

    landed here on the first stop of a week-long fat
    well tour of North Atlantic Pact capitals before

    effect June 1.














    fd and fifty-one
    He arrived in his private constellation at Melsbroek |scâ„¢ S are taking 16

    ae ‘ : 3elyian Chief }eeture courses in various subjects
    Soren! sean Fon, Eetaies this Easter Vacation, The courses
    ra from one to five days, and
    15 of the 18 were begun on Tues-
    day.

    The lectures are being conduct-
    ed) at seven centres, and subjéets
    range from woodwWork atid
    basketry the more complex
    studies of school organisation and

    airport with his wife. t
    of Staff and Hugh Millard, United States Charge D’Affaires
    greeted Eisenhower, while a guard of honour of more than
    200 troops stood at attention in the warm spring sun.

    A battery of drums beat out a
    welcome as _ Eisenhower shook

    Murder In
    >
    Duplicate



    Piron’s hand and introduced him
    to his fellow officers,

    This smashing New Jersey
    primary victory appeared to have

    to

    eonvinced some of his backers Extra Curricular work for whith
    “that he will not have to cam- . , there are 91 students. The centre
    beige vigerously for Republican It Couldn’t-Happe® divzich are being used are Bp
    residential Nomination. Before Twice Street where three courses are

    the New Jersey Republicans gave
    the general a 120,000 margin over ;
    Senator Robert A, Taft of Ohio, |
    one influential Eisenhower cam-
    paigner told this reporter that he
    believed that the North Atlantic
    Treaty Organisation commander

    being given, Wesley Hall Schooi,
    where there are another 7 going
    on, Combermere, Westbury Girls’
    Harrison College, Erdiston and the
    House Craft Centre.



    WATCH out for “Murder in
    Duplicate” by GLENN CARR.
    This is a exrime story which
    will be run in the By
    Advocate in seven Instal-
    ments, replacing the “Fabian




    The Jectures in Schoo) Organisg-







    r : ‘ ”
    WHATEVER HIS PLANS MAY y had made a mistake last week in of the Yard” series, y Extrn Curricular work
    dential prospect, Gen. Dwight § mre get ly las oo saying he had no plans to cam- The first instalment appears ” aie ie "Be the vate
    tasks es Supreme Allied in Europe. Here, he inspects a |?*!8”- et ae ts students, and will be wiven by Mr
    &. & armored unit during a tour of NATO installations in Germany. Primary Tests E. C. Theobalds, Deputy Director
    But the New? Jersey results of Education, Mr. G. C. Miller
    appear to have bolstered the be-| cy ie ah Mr, R. S. Jordan and Miss B, L.
    lief of many of Eisenhower's St Lucia Asks Arne. Mr. Isaac Carmichael will
    backers that the General can e conduct a one-day course in Visual

    come home in June, make a few

    Aids, and this will be taken by
    Selected speeches and go into the

    tudents.

    Carpenter To Die

    For Plantain.

    3 National Republican Convention Other courses are:
    : with a good chance for nomina-
    2 : tion, Primary tests in Pennsyl- Coal Quota t Woodwork, 14 students, Basketty
    or oman vania, Massachusetts, and Oregon 20; Modelling 22; Knitting 14
    an and several state conventions Weaving 20; Straw-Painting B;
    will shed more light on this be=| Hon. W. G, Brown, M.L.C., St.| Technical Drawing 18; Bookcrafts
    fore Eisenhower returns. ucia and President General of|}o2: Needlecraft 15: Domestic

    TWENTY-NINE-YEAR-OLD Cyril Lashley, carpenter
    of Government Hill was yesterday sentenced by His Lord-
    ship the Chief Justice Sir Allan Collymore to be hanged for
    the murder of 30-year-old Elmina Hoyte on January 11,
    when a jury found him guilty after 48 minutes’ deliberation.

    This was Lashley’s secdiid trial, the jury having failed
    to agree in the first, the new jury heard, My, Demis
    9," . “the second time co that

    e, but urged that the Killing was

    under Maan circumstances as would deprive a reasonable
    man of his self control, therefore reducing the offence to /

    . ihe Roseay Peasants and Workers’ | If Eisenhower’ victory was} \/nion, St. Lueia, who is at pres-|;),¢ant Methods 41: General

    feubstantial in New Jersey, : it here on a 12-day business vis-| science 20: Physical Education 28;



    L.

    defeat there apparently was not}i:, met the Financial Secretary on conducted by Mr T. Gay
    crushing nor over damaging tof fuesday Project Methods 42, conducted by

    lis nomination chances. The}?! $4, .
    Ohio Senator appeared to have Mr, A. W. Roberts.

    alvaged from three to six of the
    lates 36 delegates besides run-
    Re ee eesppeeoe vote total for
    a ca ate who tried to get his
    name off the ballot and failing
    that did not campaign. Jahn D.
    Malcolm. Taft's Eastern Manager

    and discussed with him

    © possibility of Barbados giv~

    ing St. Lucia a quota for plan-

    tains and chareoal which are now

    ‘mperted in the main from Brit-
    h Guiana,





    Message For Eden
    Mr. Brown ‘told the Aavocate Rtn
    rf aT iG efforts to oben a quota From Egypt

    for these two commodities “is due





    St gon Does eterans with several anslaugh Jaimed a “moral victory” for}to the fact has St. ium is losing LONDON, April 16.
    i L . . ral years ex- mi aughter. whatever that kind of victory is money on their sale o copra Egypt’s Ambassador Abdel
    Explosion ar Pry 7 perience identifying conventional] Right up to the time of sent-————-————-----— worth, Even if his attempted a irbados under the Oils and wach Aine Pacha arrived by alr
    Not Wish C = aircraft. Warrant officer First}ence, Lashley maintained the political withdrawal was only a ats Agrectapnt and they in St.Jtrom Cairo today bearing a per-
    Next Week | 1 J ee Class E. H. Rossell, Aircraft}calm interest he showed during ) i political manoeuyre—as Eigen-} Lucia feel that Barbados should] conal ~ message f Egyptian
    > ° + ¥ Maintenance supervisor and flight] the first trial, Bob-A -Job hower forces charged and Taft 8 ve them a quota to offset the’, Premier Naguib El Hilaly Pasha
    LAS VEGAS, Nevada, April 16. I residency Now Sergeant Reginald McRae turned] Mr, F. E, Field, Assistant to men =r, ee ee gl poreedon sheen tee |? Britain's Foreign Minister
    mie ape a te oan 5 NGFIELD, Illinois ~ Rage wr Saws Sg the Attorney General prosecuted ane been a serious setback if it}! eircumstances was forced ta eaeenthnaien ‘
    1 is €xpected to be held next SPRI + ee — e en the field last}for the Crown, Week Starts had come after hevhad campaign-|depend on St. Lucia for their{ Although Amr’s visit is viewed
    wi 1d may be televised to all . i : P 6. | Saturday. ey said it hovered; Both defence counsel, Mr. ed actively in New Jersey j supply of charcoal, and it waslas a “last chance” attempt to
    * pre. Uniteg Ran Governor Adlai Stevenson sale} briefly and then zoomed away at|Malone and Mr, Field tackled and ' —U considere ' otia~
    b ‘could not accept nomination | “terrific speed.” | stressed UP. nsidered only fair that now St.|revive Anglo-Egyptian neg:
    Television roadcasters Ot] tar ene. the office” than that of di ; at new points during their - Lucia is faced with a dump mark- |tions reportedly stalled in Cairo
    Sout! California agréed to for any other foal ‘the —U.P. j|addresses yesterday. Mr. Fiela BOB-A-JOB WEEK is off to a et that Barbados should do what|the Egyptian envoy denied talks
    Bol: sie fa silities to. put. the aor oe Se eaaaie ant as dealt chiefly ‘with the threats | good beg and ie see Base ae: Go es’ De th they could to relieve them. were near the breaking point
    206 ac ie D or . s a s P m , al P Ss
    a ‘ing spectacle on tele- Demourati Presidential nominee Lashley was said to have eres Ten aikeads aitentte vem ‘aks replying to newsmen's questions

    Body Of Trade

    k
    on screens from coast to coast.

    The Illinois executive had been
    reported’ to be President Truman’s



    7 s

    The Atomi 4 beg public” choice as a successor in the White Union Delegate
    S101 announces at 1c . - ‘ .
    blast w 11 be held sometime next oe ee Sg “ f Ho
    week with authorized representa- Springfield ' . I lown me
    tives of the Press and Radio per-| "cr have repes ' 1

    ; m 5 7 peatedly said that "

    ' mitted to witness the show at/..5 4 candidate for the Govern+ The body of Mr, Ivan Edwards,

    Frenchman's flat proving grouna.| ship of Illinois and had no other

    including ; ambition. To this I must now












































    Some 7,000 troops ana, who drowned Rock-
    a large contingent of marines will} add that IT could not accept nom- ley Beach on Taser Sunday,
    participate in the test which also nating 2 any other office this} was flown to British Guiana
    will be_witnessed by scores of} Summer,” . yesterday afternoon in a B.G
    civil and military officials. The Governor said he was Airways” plane. On arrival
    i —U.P. | aware his decision would not “be} 4 Georgetown, a Funeral Ser-
    (cinigereetly understood or MY|vice will be held and the body
    _——- conclusions universally approv- interred in Le Repentier Ceme-
    ed,”’—(U.P.)



    tery, Georgetown.

    The plane was chartered by
    the Transport Workers’ Union in
    collaboration with the Federa-
    tion of Government Employees
    following requests by Mr, Ed+
    wards’ sorrowing wife and rela-
    tives, members of his Union and
    the working class community of
    British Guiana,



    New Atomic Blast
    1 lb. Uranium Equals
    2,600,000 Ibs. Goal

    (By JOSEPH L. MYLER)
    WASHINGTON, April 16.
    One pound of uranium U235,!
    the basic “fuel” of atomic power
    is equal in energy to 2,600,000 | ec! gown at Seawell Airport at
    pounds of coal. U.S. officials esr 10.15 yesterday morning, two
    ; 7 . A .s ;;hours and forty-five minutes
    timate there is ten times more 7 .

    energy in the world’s uranium|@fter it had taken off from At-

    deposits than in gll.dgs coal and kinson Airfield in Britis Gulans.
    ‘ rye were 21 officers and members of

    %
    huudred tons of U235 the Transport Workers’

    theoretically, could generate all
    SY ate cette nace , who drove from Seawell
    the electricity used by the United speciglly chart 1



    Tne &.G. Airways plane touch-




    by
    ‘bus which



    Btates in an entire year. So it!”

    is no wonder US. Britain and | “ ok them aris The
    | Canada are striving to perfect) _ cas ie
    } machines for turning all this}
    j

    atomic energy into electric power.

    Gordon Dean, Chairman of
    the U.S. Atomic Energy Com-
    mission and others, have pre-|
    dicted that the atom will be!

    producing commercial power in| BRITAIN is ready to sign









    ; i : ‘ ; j e red to go over
    five or ten years. Does that) immediately and automatically in the event. of an attack The Truman Administration to day preparec 9!
    mean an atomic utopia is just) on any of the six nations of the proposed European army and in| the head of the seized steel industry and give a wage boos! K. W. V. Old Oloroso Sherry
    i > ” perts - ’ . J
    io ee: het be et return six continental powers have agreed to go to war to help to Philip Murray's steel workers. K. W. V. Sweet Vermouth
    where coal and other conven-| Britain if she is attacked. Whatever terms there might}. More than 100 of the country’s
    i tional fuel costs are extremely) Announcements by seven Gov-|ment to fight off any attack on|be the steel industry was ready|leading industrialists stand be- K. W. V. Dry Vermouth
    i high, atomic power may not be | ernments _ yesterday disclosed |Italy. The néw pact will take|to fight back. Its lawyers had|bind the steel companies in ers
    commercially competitive for) tat Hritain has agreed to ex-jeffect whan the six countries|papers already drawn seeking a|fight to the finish. They ~ my K. W. V. VAN DER HUM LIQUEUR
    25 years or more. tend p s of military aid for-jratify the treaty establishing/court order to restrain any pay-}fepresentatives pledged all ou
    e. |mally to West Germany and|/European defence communt fe ment of incteased wages out of]C0-operation at a meeting yester- K. W. V. Superior “Key” Brand
    i More precious than Gold would strengthen her commit-'and its unified army—(C.P.) industry funds. day called jointly by the emonal ° . ¥, Superior ey randy
    j Atomic engines cost $25,000,000 }.——- aS RD ner gros oa =_— a Cam.
    ' to $50,000,000 and atomic fuel, is! 27 W | an ne US. a or ¢ Som.
    f far more precious than gold, and, ORDS SPOKEN ; d 2 2 merce —(C.P.) 2 Dia Gertie 5a Sukg het
    though there fe lot of una, ~~ AT TRUCE TALKS New Polio Discovery To Be Tested \"""~"? We. vk us der’ dhe cena s GO
    - the world, meets axuesnante MUNSAN, April 16. NO OGRESS IN
    posits are rare, evertheless; Korean truce supervi nego- NEW YORK, April 16 Where or when the tests will PR :
    i stomic power is worth shooting) \iators took only 20 seconds today} A vital new discovery about|come was not disclosed. Anti- TELEPHONE STRIKE Nothing but the product of the GRAPE
    ' A CHARACTERISTIC mushroom x Seite ne oe Pos ary{ to decide they had nothing new —_ will be tested on ‘thildren|bodies will come from human * f
    : ud rises into the sky over Ne- rae ort ce |to say on their double barreljed, this summer to prevent infantile] blood. mess | vada after the first blast in a new yg em og ee a build | deadlock, paralysis. The discovery is that Soir eee eee . ar enters into the blending or.
    series of atontic tests the 1°" 20m powered .eircratt, Delegates exchanged only 27) the polio virus apparently gets| Most people have had polio], \ O20, negntiation sessio
    : ‘nisi aon ew The |, W — if such engines are cost+| words, They agreed to ‘meet|into the blood first before it en-| without ever knowing it and they| eee Western Mec ic officials
    : announcement stated:S«a |'¥° The military value of the/ again tomorrow. ters the nerves and destroys}made their own anti-bodies to|@"¢ representatives of the Com- K.W.V. WINES & BRANDY
    : iclear test detonation at the |Câ„¢mendous ranges and high} In the last six sessions they|them, atid while the virus still is|destroy the virus. One substance|â„¢Mications Workers of Ame cm
    Ce sade nis Nevaiie Proving speeds promised by atomic power|have met for a total of only four}in the blood it can be killed by}in your blood carries these anti-|(©!O) broke up with ‘no progress
    ; Soon i avae preceded this morn. {2.01 t0 be gauged by ordinary| minutes and 20 seconds. The two] giving antibodies. bedies. The new discoveries|teported in settling the ten-day DENOTE ~ ron ‘
    b SE ee losive shots |qoonomic — considerations. Thelsides are locked over Red nom-| This kind of prevention of|were reported to the Federation|T¢!ephone Strike Union leaders} INEXPENSIVE BECAUSE OF
    p ing by two h oe mere ee * {first atomic submarine will belination of Russia as a neutraijpolio has worked in monkeys}of American Societies for experi-]of the striking 16,000 Western
    for projecting blast waves... launched in 1952 according to the} truce observer and the Allied de-~jand chimpanzees. Next, children}mental biology by Dr. David Electric ernployees walked out of PREFERENTIAL DUTIES.
    A ) did not participate. Ani- | U.S. navy and it is said that the}mand for a ban on rebuilding|threatened by the epidemic will] Bodian of John Hopkins Uni-jthe joint-meeting at 5.30 a.m.|}
    mals were not used in the experi~ {first atomic plane will try its wing’ military airfields during the ar-|be given antibodies to bit the|versity and Dr. Dorothy M.)B.S.T., and refused to comment. |
    ment. international) ir. the next ten years..—W.P. mistice.—(C.P.) virus before it makes them sick. ‘Horstmann of Yale.—(C.P.) —U.P Te ee eee ee

    and told the jury that even if they |

    of defence
    jury to accept Lashley’s statement
    that there was a struggle and a
    late President of the omer" fight before the stabbing and he
    Workers’ Union of British ~| told the jury that in his first state-
    ment,








    | U.K. Ready To Sign New Defence Pact

    for an all-out effort to raise He said that the Financial See-

    ) LL e sort
    disearded some, once they ac-| by honest labour. Members of R 1 r« tary could in no way ‘commit|™ th a brisk “nothing of th
    cepted some, that would be evi- ithe community are however re- umourec Purbados to such a deal, but felt} Amr confirmed that he carried
    dence of malice. The next point|â„¢inded that the scouts are not that there was enough merit in!a message for Mr. Eden, He
    of Mr, Field’s was in anticipation | 2¢s@ing for funds and well-wishers (From Our Own Correspondent) the Suggestion 4s could warrant|said: “I expect to see Eden

    are discouraged from giving the

    its being discussed by the next
    which they

    Oils and Fats Conference

    Mr. Brown in dealing with the
    present position-of his Union, said
    that they Staged a

    counsel asking the PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 15
    Trinidad’s Minister of Labour,
    Industry and Commerce, the Hon.
    Albert Gomes, hit the h ee
    last week from two entirely differ~

    ent angles. First, he had been

    immediately after I have had a
    talk with my advisers,

    After a quick trip through the
    strike which |Customs at London airport Amr
    ;drove to the Egyptian Embassy.
    i

    scouts contributions
    have-not earned,

    It.is the wish of the sponsors

    of this effort to inculcate into these

    ley had not mentidhed





    Hoyte’s throwing a stone at him. youths af|tipped for the post of first B.W.1. @ On Page 5 —U.P.

    Mr. Field also urged that Lashley's love f o r| Trade Commissioner in London. =e ——
    On Page 5 ; work andj This made the Hon W. Harrison
    to see them] Courtenay, of British Honduras,
    getting the| chairman of the recent Barbados
    . rewards of| meeting of the Regional Economic
    UNESCO Sponsors their 1 a -] Committee, come out with a clear
    . bour, statement, Said he: aes, Gomes
    9 Ther egnever came up for consideration

    Survey Of J ca are many]as a candidate” for the post.
    people, Then, on Tuesday, there was a
    MONTREAL, April 16 though,prumour that the Colony’s fattest a a s
    McGill University announcea who do notJand heaviest Minister had been
    that Roger Marier, associate pro- urderstand [slain by an assassin’s bullet. Mr |

    fessor of social work at the that al-|] Gomes’ life had been threatened



    University will carry out a four though it is}:ome months ago and Government

    THE LABEL WITH

    month mission in Jamaica on be-}called Bob-A-Job Week, more] gave him a bodyguard and he
    half of the United Nations Educa-] than one shilling can be given for} armed himself with a revolver.
    tional’ Scientific and Cultural}the job, in accordance with the} During the past week, however.
    Organization. portion of work done there was no bodyguard and Mr, THE KE
    Gomes went aboul, his business as Y
    Professor Marezer will leave There are only two more days]in pre-threat days. v
    Wednesday on his assignment. It; 4nd members of the comraunity He attended the weekly Execu-

    , involve field survey, social|are asked to contribute generous-| tive Council meeting up to noon Pt
    ee and community ~ pra=;ly by giving the scouts as many|and remained home the balance To Health & Happiness
    grammes in Jamaica. jobs as possible to do. If a scout] of the day. His telephone receiver

    Emphasis will be placed om)is not readily available, a house-| was out of the cradle. How the so
    self-help projects such as co- r can telephone the Scouts’|rumour of his death started has

    , State the number of | not been disclosed, but Mr. Gomes
    scouts wanted and the nature of|is still very much alive . may
    _.| the work. be he is still armed.

    operatives, cottage industries and
    community cenitres..—(CP),

    K. W. V. PAARL TAWNY
    K. W. V. Coronation Wine
    K. W. V. Old Brown Sherry
    K. W. V. Amontillado Sherry



    Wage Boost Likely For Steel Workers

    WASHINGTON, April 16,


    “LONDON, April 16. ,
    a treaty pledging herself to fight








    PAGE TWO



    Caub Calling



    QIR CHARLES WOOLLEY,
    7 ¥K.C.M.G., Governor of Brit-
    ma and Lady Woolley,
    BW.LA. for Trinidad on
    Tuesd after brief visit here

    ere ying at Government

    He

    Back«From B.G.
    ON'BLE H. A. CUKE returned
    yesterday by B.W.1.A. from
    ish Guiand via Trinidad after
    t visit.
    Ecueation Adviser
    J.-L. NICOL, Education
    viser to the Comptroller
    Development and Welfare,
    left sterday by B.W.ILA. for
    Antigua on a routine visit.

    r

    En Route to U.S.A.

    R. and Mrs. Arthur Kirkland
    M who were married here on
    Easter Monday left the following
    day by B.W.1LA. for Trinidad en
    route to the U.S.A. and Scotland.

    Bank Manager Leaves

    FTER «spending two weeks’

    holiday staying at Cacrabank
    Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. William
    Sandiford returned to Grenada
    over the week-end by B.W.1.A.

    Mr. Sandiford is Manager of
    Zarclays Bank (D.C. & QO.) in St.
    George’s.

    Paid Short Visit
    R. GEORGE NIXON of T.L.L.,
    a-Pierre and Mrs.

    H

    shor







    Point-

    Nixon, returned to Trinidad on
    Tuesday by B.W.LA. after spend-
    ing a short holiday.

    Also returning home on Tues-
    day by B.W.LA,. after a holiday
    here was Mr. Guy Purchas, a

    planter of St, Lucia. :

    Canadian Barrister

    R. and Mrs. A. H. Hart from

    Mentreal, Canada, arrived
    yesterday, morning by T.C.A. on
    their firstevisit to the island and
    will be remaining for two weeks
    staying at the Ocean View Hotel.

    Mr. Hert is a Barrister with

    the T.C.A. Law Department as
    well as With Canadian National
    Railways and Canadian National
    Steamships.

    Technical Director
    M



    R. DONALD H. SUE-AQUAN,
    echnical Director of Doneon

    Sign Co, Ltd, Port-of-Spain,
    Trinidad, arrived here recently by
    B.W.LA. on a business visit, He



    companied by his brother
    N Neville Sue-Aquan, owner of
    Sue-Aqutan's



    Redio Services. in
    British Guiana. They are staying
    at the Hotel Royal.
    For Two Weeks
    eee two weeks’ holiday
    here are Mr. and Mrs. Burke
    of Trinidatl who arrived yester-
    day morning by. B.W.LA. They
    are staying at Cacr:bank Hotel,

    2ea@ular Vistiors
    AR. andeMrs. L. Martin of Trini-

    4VÂ¥i dad and regular visitors 10
    Berbadés “are back again for a
    month’s holiday. They «rrived over
    the last week-end: by the Colombie
    and ate [Staying at Cacrabank
    Hotel.

    Their eldest son who is Manager
    at Piateo Airport is at present in
    the island-spendng a holiday with
    relatives .while a younger son,
    Tony, a student at Lodge Sehool
    is spending the Easter holidays
    with them.

    Mr. Mattin
    Director of Messrs.
    of Port-of-Spain.

    Sisters

    Grou about two weeks’

    holiday here are the McIntosh

    Norma and Joan’ from

    Grenada. They arrived on Sun-

    day by B.W.1LA. and are staying
    at Silver Beach Guest House.

    This is Norma’s second visit to
    the island, but the first time for
    Joan, They are both employees of
    Messrs. Thomson, Hankey & Co.,
    Ltd. of St. George’s,

    is Secretary and
    Alston's Ltd.

    sisters

    Fiftee

    _ THE Christ Church Baby Welfare League situated at liver oil, milk, and barley for
    Oistin’s Town, Christ Church, observes its fifteenth anni- their babies.

    It was opened on April 17th, 1937 by Lady

    versary to-day.

    nth Anni
    Christ Church Baby Welfare League



    MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR KIRKLAND who were married on Easter

    Monday at St. Leonard's Church.

    Mrs. Kirkland is the former Margaret Knight, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Leonard Knight of “Clifton”, Strathclyde.

    Mr. and Mrs, Kirkland left here on Tuesday enroute to Scotland

    vis Trinidad and New York.

    Spent Easter Holidays
    R, STEVE CARNEY, Ameri-
    can Vice Consul in Mar-
    tinique and: Mrs, Carney, returned
    home on Monday by B.W.LA.
    after spending the Easter holidays
    here, They were staying at the St.
    Lawrence Hotel,
    On Holiday

    R. and Mrs. Anthony Monje

    and their two children Car-
    men and Elaine, arrived here re-
    cently from Caracas, Venezuela
    for a holiday and will be spending
    three or four weeks staying at the
    St. Lawrence Hotel.

    Mr. Monje is with the Shell

    Petroleum Company in Caracas.

    For Brandon Trophy
    EAVING Seawell this morning
    by B.W.LA. for Jamaica to

    represent Barbados in the Bran-
    don Trophy are Eric Taylor
    (Capt.), Darrell Trimmingham

    and Dennis Worme.

    Trinidad and British Guiana
    will also be taking part in this
    tournament which opens next
    week. Barbados will be playing
    Trinidad on April 21, 22 and 23.

    It is understood that these games
    will be broadcast over. Radio
    Jamaica on either 25 or 31 metres,
    As soon as full particulars are
    received from Jamaica the correct
    wave coverage and times will be
    published.

    A Daughter
    ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
    and Mrs. J. S. B, Dear on the
    birth of a baby daughter. Mrs,
    Dear was the former Jeanne Raw-
    lins of Trinidad. Her mother is
    at present in the colony and’Was
    in time for the happy event.
    Two Weeks
    T PRESENT here on_ two
    weeks’ holiday is Miss Moira
    King who is on the staff of the
    Royal Bank of Canada in Geor ge-
    tewn, She is staying at the Accra
    Guest House, Rock’ey.

    Miss King is the daughter of
    Mr, and Mrs, Perey King, of
    Georgetown. Her father, who is
    retired Crown Solicitor is now
    Currency Control Commissioner,
    B.G,



    Young, wife of the then Governor of Barbados.

    Madame Ifill, a Barbadian the
    founder and President of the
    League, had just returned from

    the U.S.A. where she spent over
    twenty years. During these
    years she observed that Govern-
    ment as well as private people
    ran well-organised — Institutions
    and mothers took advantage of
    the facilities offered at these In-
    stitutions for the benefit of their
    young ones.



    The results acted as an inspire-
    tion to;Madame Ifill who prom-
    ised that she would do all to help
    poarer classes in her island.
    gue at Christ Churen was
    answer and on the 17th April,






    mothers of 14 babies re-
    ed cod tiver oil, barley, food
    and milk Mothers were

    to bring their babies to





    League to watch their physi-
    development.

    cal

    Its Aims

    "he nim of the League is pre-



    entative rather than curative.
    Babies’ are weighed, examined
    1d any ailments which may
    frevent-the child from progress-
    ing, are reported. The trained

    nu
    to

    e then recommends the chiid
    the P.M.O. of the parish for



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    MADAME IFILL
    The babies

    free treatment.
    admitted to the
    Thursday from 11
    also receive such

    are
    Clinic every
    a.m, Mothers
    articles as cod

    versary

    Big Night At ‘‘Morgan’’

    oe to the calendar,
    the Tourist Season is just
    about over, In spite of this how-
    ever, Club Morgan nad one of
    their biggest nights of the year on
    Saturday last. There were quite
    a few passengers from the Lady
    Rodney which was in over-night,
    a few familiar T.C.A. people and
    a large number from Venezuela
    who were here for the Easter
    Holidays.

    But, the locals predominated
    and probably enjoyed the Trini-
    dad Calypsoes most of all. The
    visitors had a hard time under-
    standing the Trinidad “dialect”.
    But—when it came to dancing to
    the Calypsoes, no matter if. they
    were from North America, South
    America or Europe, everyone en-
    tered into the spirit, doing their
    own version of the “Jump UP.”
    It was a big night at “The Mor-
    gan” ‘and a good time was had_by

    all. 4 dal

    Visiting Sister
    ISS JILL GALE, daughter of
    Mr, C. A, L. Gale, Editor of
    the Advocate and Mrs. Gale, left
    over the “Easter week-end for
    Trinidad by B.W.ILA. She is on
    a short visit to her sister,

    To Observe
    R, THOMAS LASHLEY,
    Secretary-Treasurer ¢f the
    Housing Board left the colony on
    Sunday for Puerto Rieo via
    Cotes to observe the Housing
    Scheme there,

    New Appointment

    R. A. M.. JONES tormerly
    Secretary of the Barbados
    Electors’ Association has been

    appointed Secretary of the Cham-
    ber of Commerce in succession tc
    Mr. J. Robert Peterkin. Mr
    Jones brings to his new post an
    extensive knowledge of business.
    He was for many years clerk and
    salesman with one of the biggest
    firm¢ in Georgetown and was for
    a short period on Sugar Estates ir
    British Guiana. Congratulations
    to him on returning to his old love

    If in any case the
    mother cannot bring the baby to
    the Clinic herself she still receives
    these articles. The number on the
    roll is now 40, Babies are dis-
    charged from the roll at the age
    of 3 years,

    Finance
    The League is financed by a
    Government grant, subscriptions
    from abroad as well as local. The



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    Seo arriving from
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    Miss G. Austin, Miss D. Austin,
    Mr. S. Binney, Mr. S. Binney Jr.,t
    Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Douglas-Smith, f
    Master C. E. C. Douglas-Smith,!
    Mr. L. S. Drayton, Mr. and Mrs.;
    W. A. Duncan, Dr. D. S. Gideon,?
    Mrs, N. Z. Holt, Miss M. E. Holt,!
    Mrs. P. A. M. Horlock, Mr. A. Hy
    D. Jones, Mr. A.C, Margetts, Mrs.
    H. Purvis, Miss M: A, Reece,
    Cc. U. Smith, Mr. F. G, Smith,
    F. H. Swinton, Mr, J, Tornero
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    board are 797 bags of mai] for

    Barbados,
    A Son

    CONGRATULASIONS to Mr,
    and Mrs. Cecil McCartney on
    the birth of a son, Mrs. Mc-
    Cartney is the eldest daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L. Gale of
    “Abingdon”, Dalkeith Road. Mr.
    and Mrs, McCartney live at Cruse
    Field, Forest Reserve, T.L.L.

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    Court Battle
    .For Spanish
    Crown Jewels

    MILAN, April 16,

    Don Jaime, second son of the
    late King Alfonso XIII of Spain
    began a court batitle against his
    former wife for the possession of
    ‘almost a quarter million dollars
    worth of dazzling Spanish crown
    jewels now in trust of their two
    sons. : ]

    Spectators in the first section
    of the Milan civil tribunal listened
    In amazement as the attorney dis-
    closed for the first time the ful)
    list of diamonds, sapphires, rubies
    pearls and other jewels at stake ir
    the proceedings, It read like a
    house catalogue for Cartiers or
    Tiffanys.

    Both Don Jaime and his first
    wife Dona Emanuela Dampierre
    were represented Ly attorneys ir
    the brief opening session before
    further arguments were adjourned
    until June 18,

    The list of jewels was vead tc
    the court by Attorney Cesare
    C@laretto in whose hands Jaime
    placed them in 1947 when proce2a-
    ings were under way for the
    annulment of his marriage to Donz
    Emanuela,

    Calaretto said historic value
    made the jewels “priceless”. At
    the time they were turned over to
    him their straight cash value was
    estimated to be about $200,000 at
    the exchange rate then prevailing.

    Attorney Aldo Caradona repre-
    senting Jaime said the Prince
    intended to recover the jewels»be-
    cause they belonged to the Spanish
    Crown, He said, the agreement to
    turn them over to the two sons—
    Alfonso now 13, and Gonzalo 12, |
    —was actually started before
    Jaime and Don Emanuela were
    finally separated.

    —U.P,

    CROSSWORD





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    . Changeling child. (3)
    . A gentie Upset. (7)
    . Abrogate without father. (4)
    . This you rated a good soaking.
    (3) 16. Equine negative ? (5)
    . May retain fire residue. (3)
    Worse than Alice's milliner ? (6)
    Imprint. (5)
    . Advise a broken reea. (4)
    » May wish to make dough out
    of dough (5)
    . Happy expression (4)
    Origin of tin, (3)
    c eo by 24 with hia dough ? (6)

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    lL. Oppressive to make one sour (7)
    2 Responsible for the line one
    toes? (5)
    3. The family one goes back. (4)
    4 Where two steps are taken for
    one, (5)
    » This bounder may use the inner
    circle (8)

    Hat he made up in barren open
    country. (5)

    Gaining Knowledge in the
    heather. (4)

    Peebie ray of itgnt. (7)

    Couid be the fashion. (4)

    Just the sort to aneak (5)
    From the far end clue. (4)

















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    Willy Toad’s New Business

    —He Kept a Lost-and-F ound Store—

    By MAX TRELL |

    -“1 THINK,” said Christopher
    Cricket, “that Willy Toad has just |
    stapied a new kind of business. He
    sa store-room fiJled with all sorts
    F..odd things, such as baskets of
    bpney, an earthworm, @ pile of
    orns, walnuts and hitkory nuts,
    Vera] old bones, three little wrass-
    ers, a young chicken and a
    eat many other odds and ends
    syre it’s some new king of busi-
    ss, but what kind of business it is
    wan't decide. Of course,” Christo
    pher Cricket added, “it may be
    AVilly Tond’s idea of a junk-shop
    though | don't understand why
    three little grasshoppers and >
    young chicken should be in a junk-
    shop.”

    Knarf and Aanid, the Shadows,
    te whom Christopher was telling
    about all this, shook their heads and |
    looked, puzzled.

    Funny Ideas
    “Willy Toad,” said Hanid at last.
    “has very furny ideas sometimes
    We'd better go around and see what
    this new business of hif really is.” |
    ee Knarf and Christopher thought |
    this was the best thing to do, so

    wr-into the shady hollow near
    the pine tree grove where Willy |
    usually sat on his toadstool catch
    ing files.

    Willy wasn’t sitting on his toad-

    ool when Knarf and Hanid and
    ‘hristopher reached the hollow
    But there was the store-room made
    out of several pieces of wood laid
    against each other, and Willy was
    sitting on. a chair near the open
    door. The chair was tilted hack and
    Willy was leisurely smoking a pipe
    with his hat pushed dowr almost
    over his face to keep the gnats from
    bothering him,

    Sure enough they could hear the
    peeping of the little chicken and the
    chirping of the three small grass-
    hoppers coming from inside the |
    store-room; and when they peered
    inside through the open door they
    could make out all those other |
    things that Christopher Cricket |
    talked about.

    t this moment Willy pushed |
    fits hat back from in front of his |

    . “Ah, how-de-do!” he greeted
    them cheerfully. “Have you just
    come to visit, or have you lost
    something ?”

    “Lost something?” said Hanid.

    Knarf and Christopher asked
    Willy what he meant by that.

    “Why,” said Willy, “this is the!







    Willy sat near the store entrance.

    Lost and Found department. Any-
    body that’s lost anything can find
    it here. This store-room is filled
    with lost articles, and with a lost
    chicken and three lost grasshoppers.
    Be quiet in there!” Willy shouted
    inside to the lost chicken and the

    | three lost grasshoppers at that mo-

    ment. “Your mothers will be here,
    never fear. "Stop-erying!”
    Lost Articles

    Knarf asked how Willy managed
    to get all the lost articles. “Folks
    find them,” he answered, “and
    bring them here. The baskets of
    honey belong tc some absent-mind-
    ed bees, The earthworm belongs to
    some robin who flew off and forgot
    where she left it. The acorns, wal-
    nuts and hickories belong to some
    squirrels who can’t remember
    where they buried them. The old
    bones belong to some dogs. And the
    little chick and the three grass-
    hoppers just wandered away from
    their. mothers, the way youngsters
    always do.”

    Just then a large hen came rush-
    ing up. “I’ve lost a chick, Willy!”
    she cried. When Willy told her the
    chick was inside, safe and sound,
    the hen was very happy and gave
    Willy ten blue-bottle flies for re-
    ward, And a few minutes later the
    mother of the three small grass-
    hoppers came rushing up, too. She
    gave Willy sixteen mosquitoes as
    a reward for finding and taking care
    of her three lost babies,

    “It’s a lovely business,” said
    Willy. “Everybody’s happy to find
    the things they think they've lost,
    and I’m happy to get a reward. It
    saves me all the trouble of having
    to try to catch flies. Yes, it’s a love-
    ly business!”



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    THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1952

    B.B.C. Radio Programme Negro Singer
    Forms League





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    Programme Parade Ip. The News, abroad to-day announced the

    + eo _— os58 @ w.32 m formation of a world league
    ne Renata against racial discrimination.

    7.15 p.m. We See Britain; 7.45 p.m
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    Teel, 8.30 p.m. World Affairs, 8.45 p.m
    Composer of the Week; 9 p.m. Ring
    Up the Curtain; 10 p.m, The News;
    10.10 p.m From the Editorials; 10.15
    p.m. The Debate Continues, 10.90 p.m
    From the Third Programme

    The singer who now has her own
    night club here, said the League
    would fight discrimination
    against not only the negro race,
    but all others who are targets of
    restrictive practices —(C.P.)



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    1952

    Ike Plans A Move
    For The Couple

    Next

    Door =.

    (By SAM WHITE)

    PARIS, Thursday,

    Discreetly over the last few weeks, as he prepares to

    go home to campaign for

    the U.S. Presidency, General

    Eisenhower has been pesing to European statesmen and

    military chiefs (among them Field-Marshal Montgomery):

    the problem of his suceessor as Commander-in-Chief of the

    Atlantie Powers.

    Usual.y the response has been:
    “It must be an American and we
    would prefer you to choose him”.
    There is no secret about Eisen-
    hower’s preference—it is his 52-
    year-old Chief of Staff, General
    Alfred Maximilian Gruenther,
    whom he ealls “my right arm”
    and whom General Mark Clark
    once praised as “the best soldier
    in the U.S. army.”

    The ‘joker class’

    General Gruenther is a small,
    wiry man whose meticulous ap-
    pearance and rasping woice suggest
    the professional soldier and whose

    erudite ming is that of a
    mathematician. This combina-
    tion of scholarship with un-

    assuming manner is the most
    striking thing about him. He will
    slip easily from a learned discus-
    sion on some problem of logisties
    into the unabashed gregariousness
    of a small-town rotarian. His
    bluff sense of humour prompted
    him to write recently to a reporter
    who tipped him as Ike’s successor:
    “J tell you that guy Gruenther
    just isn’t that good.”

    Gruenther was born in a small
    Nebraska town, where his father
    was an editor. He graduated
    from West Point in what became
    known as “the joker class’—the
    class which passed out only 11
    days before the 1918 Armistice
    into an army with a plethora of
    second lieutenants, p

    85 years on...

    He remained a lieutenant for
    16 years and at one stage, as he
    surveyed the bleak prospects
    facing the peace-time officer, he
    calculated that at the normal pro-
    motion yaite it would take him 85
    years to reach the rank of colonel.

    But he reached that rank on
    the outbreak of the last war, and
    Jater, like Eisenhower, became a
    general without ever commanding
    a battle unit.

    In 1942 he went to London as
    Eisenhower’s Deputy Chief of
    Staff adhd later became Mark
    Clark's Chief of Staff in the
    Italian campaign.

    When Eisenhower returned to
    ne he chose Gruenther as his
    Chief of Staff.

    Gruenther -and his wife live
    next door to the Eisenhowers in
    a suburban-type villa in the
    village of Marne-la-Coquette.
    Usually they meet at each other's
    homes four or five evenings of the
    week, either to catch up on work
    or to play bridge. Gruenther was
    a champion bridge player and
    in his West Point days earned
    £20 a week refereeing bridge
    championships,

    Bingo night

    Eisenhower likes to partner
    Gruenther and the combination
    has only once been beaten — by
    Marshail-Aid ambassador Averell
    Harriman and the U.S, Secretary
    of the Army, Frank Pace.

    Like the Eisenhowers, the
    Gruenthers play no part in Paris
    social] life. Mrs, Gruenther, a
    plump woman with a _ beaming
    smile, is known only to a few
    officers’ wives. She goes on oc-
    casional shopping trips to Paris
    with Mrs. Eisenhower and attends
    regularly the fortnightly “bingo
    night” (bingo is an American
    version of housey-housey) at the
    officers’ mess at SHAPE.

    Gruenther is a non-smoker,
    drinks only an occasional Martini
    or an after-dinner mixture o!
    brandy and Benedictine. He is a
    light eater with a simple taste in
    food: “I can’t afford to risk ulcers.
    It’s my job to give them to other
    people.”

    He feels a little awed at the
    prospect of stepping into Eisen-
    hower’s post, largely because he
    sees Eisenhower as a _ statesman
    as well as a soldier and is con-
    scious of the universal trust he
    inspires in Europe.

    But the feeling in Paris is that



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    Urdeai by food

    A JURY of nine men trying to
    fina the best Paris restaurant for
    saddie of veal 4 4 brancas have
    begun operations on the hrst of 46
    restaurants competing for the

    prize. Ingredients of the dish
    amclude foie gras, cream, egg
    yolks, almonds, crushed truffles,

    gruyere cheese and Madeira wine.

    All the members of the jury are
    confident of surviving the ordeal.

    Sartre writes a preface

    AUTHOR Jean Paul Sartge
    offered to write a preface for a
    friend’s book, wrote one of 400
    pages. The preface is now to be
    published as a separate volume.

    Says the friend, Jean Genet: “I
    am a little sad. To offer to write
    a preface for my book was an act
    of friendship, but to write another
    book in its place is, shail we say
    a doubtful honour.”

    Royal heads

    DAPPER publicity agent Guido
    Orlando has started an ‘‘Associa-
    tion of Former Crowned Heads” in
    Paris to “lead the world back to
    democracy,” and has approached
    Lady Astor to be the Association's
    first President.

    In the boudoir

    THE new Folies Bergére show
    is everything a Folies Bergére
    show should be — and more. The
    succession of dazzling scenes
    range from the boudoir lives of
    Scheherazade, Marie Antoinette
    andthe Borgias to opium dens and
    Afriean slaves searching for their
    mistress in a huge tank of water.

    The new star of the show is a
    tall, shapely dancer, Yvonne
    Menard, who shows nearly every-
    thing, including talent.

    —L.E.S.

    *
    ALUMINIUM
    EXPANSION
    DEPENDS ON W.L.
    MONTREAL

    A long-term expansion of
    aluminium production is being
    carried out in British Columbia,
    which depends directly upon sup-
    plies of bauxite from the British
    West Indies, according to the
    annual report of Aluminium, Ltd.,
    of Montreal.

    The programme calls for a big
    installation that will eventually
    produce 1,000,000 horsepower of
    electricity and 500,000 tons of
    aluminium a year. A dam is be-
    ing built that will supply power
    to the aluminium works and first
    production of aluminium from this
    plant is expected early in 1954.

    Initial raw materials require-
    ments of this plant will be supplied
    from new facilities now being
    built by the company in Jamaica,
    says the report. An aluminium
    plant is under construction there
    which will turn out 165,000 tons
    of the materials every year.

    “Further development beyond
    this capacity ig provided for in the
    general planning of the under-
    taking,” says the report. “As a
    part of this programme a deep
    waterport is being constructed on
    the south coast of Jamaica to
    handle both incoming and outgo-
    ing shipments.”

    Other expansion projects now
    being varrieq forward by
    Aluminiuii Ltd., include the in-
    stallation of additional kilns for



    drying and calcinat: bauxite at
    the company’s British Guiana
    mines.

    The company is continuing to
    investigate further sources of raw
    material supplies and potential
    sites adapted to the economic pro-
    duction of aluminium, the report
    adds. The possibilities of estab-
    lishing a fully-integrated ingot-
    producing enterprise in the Gold
    Coast are still being studied.

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    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    PORT-OF-SPAIN, April 10.
    The Trinidad Government chose
    last Yonday “World Health Day”
    to fUrther its efforts to drive
    tuberculosis from the Colony.
    With the assistance of the
    United Nations International Chil-
    dren Emergency Fund, the Gov-
    ernment launched a mass anti-
    tuberculosis campaign and hopes
    to test approximately 400,000
    inhabitants and vaccinate more
    than 250,000 in the next two years
    Cost of the campaign is put at
    $100,000 of which Trinidad’s share
    is $45,000.

    Tuberculosis takes the highest
    percentage of deaths in this
    Colony annually and chief aim of
    the campaign, carried out in the
    field by teams of doctors and
    nurses, is to raise, by B.C.G. vac~
    cination, the resistance of those?
    persons susceptible to tuberculo+
    sis, LM

    It is hoped that the campaign
    will reduce the number of new
    T.B. cases notified each year by
    more than 80 per cent, as had
    been done in other countries,

    At present the Colony’s annual
    bill for maintaining a patient at
    the Caura Sanatorium, which
    accommodates 166 patients, is
    $1,000. It is hope that in the
    course of a few years such saving
    as may result from mass B.C.G
    vaccination will be utilised in
    improving and expanding the
    Colony’s social seryices, thereb:
    bringing increased Happlneas and
    social security.

    TV Li The Abbey

    For Coronation

    By ROBERT CANNELL

    One hundred million people in
    Britain, France, and America
    may see on TV the Coronation of
    the' Queen in Westminister Abbey.

    The Queen is expected to give
    the B.B.C. permission to televise
    the ceremony, when application
    is made at the end of Cour
    mourning on June 1.

    The B.B.C. has TV exchange
    agreements with French and
    American networks, If seience
    solves the problem the Coronation
    pictures will be seen from New
    York to Hollywood and in Can-
    ada.

    It is hoped that four-engined
    airplanes carrying TV gear will
    fly eight to ten miles high where
    weather conditions are more
    favourable, and relay the broad-
    ast across the Atlantic.

    —L.ES.

    RATES OF EXCHANGE

    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1952
    CANADA





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    Bankers 73.3% pr

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    Sugar production in the British West Indies in_ the
    current season will exceed the quota laid down in the Com-
    ar Agtoement, according to latest estimates.

    e West ————$

    Gets Post On
    Atomic Plant

    Qur Own Correspondent)
    -OF-SPAIN, April 10,
    deB. Darwent
    d, who was
    Lodge School
    Q.R.C. Trinidad, has aceep' a
    attractive offer"
    Haven, Connecticut, at the
    States of America atomic plant,
    An associate research c
    Fellow of the
    Canada, Dr, Darwent
    Research
    There will be slight declines in Ottawa where he had b
    ing for the past 10 yea
    Lucia, British Honduras will al- among other reasons, his
    Miss Taitt of '
    needs a change from the Canadian
    climate.
    Dr. Darwent left Trinidad
    years ago to enter
    niversity. There he we recom~
    na

    “cched

    monwealth S

    Figures compil by t
    India Committee in London put
    the 1951—52 crop at 937,610 tons
    a big increase from the 863,008
    tons produced in the previous
    season, The export quota laid
    down under the Commonwealth
    Agreement is 900,000 tons for the
    West Indies and 25 tons for British
    Honduras, out of which 658,000

    tons will be sold at guaranteed ete ‘dal

    prices.

    Biggest increases in production
    this season will be in
    Guiana, Trinidad and Antigua.
    Even Jamaica, in spite of the

    of last year’s hurricane
    disaster, will increase its crop
    from 267,928 tons to 277,615 tons.

    National

    production in Barbados and St.

    most double its crop to 2,928 tons,
    but will still fall far short of its
    quota,

    According to the latest Board of

    Trade returns issued in London, 14

    the British West Indies and British

    Guiana supplied about one-third mended to the Natio:
    of all U.K., raw sugar imports in Cotincil.
    their Oxford University in 1
    one-year specialised course, It
    believed that he is the
    22 elected Fellows of

    February and inereased
    supplies considerably
    February, 1951,

    over

    (From
    PORT:

    “very

    former

    Basil

    He was

    LONDON,

    Barb

    Royal

    U.K., sugar imports from the Society in 1950.

    West Indies Togs trom 6S =
    in February, 1 to _ 26; ns
    in " 1988. The | British
    Guiana figure, Vv sepa ;
    increased from $523 tons

    20,742 tons, For January and
    February of this year, therefore,
    U.K., sugar imports from the
    B.W1, and B.G., totalled 59,228
    tons, as against only 18,917 tons
    in the same two months of 1951.

    Latest estimates of production
    for the quota year ending 31st

    during
    twent
    fleet



    1951,

    received by the West India Com- two tugs,

    mittee, M
    previous season's
    follows: —

    crop, are as

    1951/52

    tons
    170,000
    277, O15

    91,000
    45,000
    163,500
    8,700
    3,000
    235,867
    2,928
    —_
    097,610

    Barb
    Jamaica +4
    Leeward Islands:
    Antigua
    St. Kitts * .
    ‘Trinidad and Tobago
    Windward Islands
    St. Lucia

    18,50
    he
    140,673

    St. Vincent 2,702
    Pritish Guiana 1.

    Briush Honduras

    “we
    863,003



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    year

    bean area

    9.825 feet” will
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    length, to
    fields nea:

    be used purpose
    Curacao Shipping Company there-
    intends to add two
    tankers with a loading capacity of
    about 16,000 tons each to the fleet
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    am . . 4
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    THE tanker fleet of the Curacao
    Shipping Company, at the end of
    last year, numbered 46 ships and,
    transported some
    million tons of oil,,., This
    as 42 tankers with a total
    August, 1952, based on information cargo capacity of ‘ 195,000 tons,
    one 0
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    for further processing in Curacao,
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    SUGAR NEWS

    Australia
    Unlikely To |
    Reach Quota |

    BRISBANE.

    Australia is unlikely to reach |
    the quota of sugar required for
    export to Britain next year, even |
    if the season is remarkably good, )
    according to the General Secre-|
    tary of the Queensland Cane
    Growers’ Couneil, Mr, Muir. |

    In addition to thé 600,000 tons
    for export under the sugar agree- |

    ment with Britain, a _ similar)
    amount would be required to!
    mect home consumption needs,

    he said. Mr, Muir added that}
    the industry looks ferward to 4%}
    further price increase within!
    three months,
    . * *
    SAN SALVADOR.

    A new law designed to increase
    sugar production in El Salvador
    has been by the Minis-
    try of Economy and Finance.

    The Ministries suggest the best
    way to increase sugar produc~
    tion would be to apply the tax
    established in 1947, only on the
    sugar now preduced for home
    consumption, thus freeing the
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    LIMA.
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    The United tes was Peru's

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    .
    KARACHI,
    The final forecast of the area
    under cane in India for
    the véar 1951-1952 is 725,000
    neres i. against 699,000 acres re-
    ‘or last year. This shows
    ah, Inctease of 3,7 per cent,
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    .
    MADRAS.

    Payment for sugar cane by
    weight, the method used in
    India, is uneconomic because it
    encourages the producer to grow
    a variety of cane giving the high-
    est possible tonnage per acre,
    irrespective of the ay, of
    sugar per acre, said me, BT
    Wonfor, ohairman of the East
    India Distilleries and Sugar
    Factories, Ltd., at the company’s
    annual general meeting in
    Madras.

    Every other large sugar-pro-
    ducin country pays for cane
    according to quality not quantity.
    he pointed out, othing can be
    done, he thought, to improve the
    recovery of aut per acre in
    South India until the method of
    payment is changed.

    “On account

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    wants the maximum
    Sugar cane
    of quality, he is encour to] ¥
    apply large doses of ata) %
    of ammonia (which _ stimulates! >
    growth.) The application of this
    fertiliser is consequently ‘over
    done, with the result that in man
    cases sugar in the cane is actual-
    ly lost.

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    BARBADOS

    ‘Thursday, April 17, 1952

    Sete Poa Se



    FEDERATION

    IN an editorial of March 17, 1952 ‘the
    New Commonwealth refers to the Rt. Hon.

    Mr. Lyttelton’s circular despatch to Gov-

    ernors on the subject of fedération as the
    “latest in the series of Colonial Office prod-

    dings which have characterised develop-
    ment of the Federation idea in the Carib-
    bean.” That prodding has been going on for
    close on eighty years and resulted here in
    the Federation riots of 1876. For the greater
    part of its history Barbados has been the
    seat of government in the Windward
    Islands. The permanent office of Governor
    of the Windward Islands was created as
    recently as 1885. In contrast with Barbados
    and the Windward. Islands, the then five
    presidencies of the Leeward Islands
    became a federation by the Leeward
    Islands Act 1871. That federation has
    been a failure and, far from break-
    ing down insularity and creating unity of
    outlook, has resulted in the transference of
    Dominica on 1st January 1940 into the
    Windwards group, and to the defederalising
    policy which is slowly being introduced
    into the administration of the Leeward
    Islands. One remarkable example of the
    absence of co-operation between the islands
    is the isolationist policy at present being
    followed by Mr.*Bradshaw ‘in the Prési-
    dency of St. Kitts. Elections under adult
    suffrage have not-yet been held in St.Kitts
    because Mr. Bradshaw is not satisfied with
    the constitutional reforms which have been
    introduced into all the other Presidencies
    of the Leewards. “i
    Despite Cissatisfaction with the feder-
    ation of the Leeward Islands, spokesmen
    of the political parties with majorities in
    the Presidential legislatures of the Lee-
    wards all support federation in principle.
    Support of dederation too has been coin-
    ing from the WindWard Islands, although
    the ardent champions of federation in these
    islands are drawn mainly from the upper
    middle classes who fear that withant feder-
    ation these islands may become unhappy
    hunting grounds for irresponsible and igno-
    rant politicians. ;
    The -fervour with which federation is
    sometimes advocated by certain spokesmen.
    of the Leewards and Windwards: may not
    unfairly be attributed to the almost peren-
    nial “out-of-pocketedness” of these island
    territories. At present seven out of eight of
    these islands are said to be in the embar-
    rassing position of spending money: which
    they have not got.
    The support, infinitesimal as it may be
    when expressed as a percentage of the com-

    bined population of the Leeward and
    Windward islands, that the federation idea
    is receiving from the Leewards and Wind-

    wards is perhaps the only real support that
    the idea is receiving anywhere in the Brit-
    ish Caribbean.

    British Guiana has quite honourably
    done what every well informed person ex-
    pected her to do, She has consistently op-
    posed the idea of federation with the Brit-
    ish islahds of the’ West Indies;<hough she
    is prepared to support the Regional Econo-
    mic Committee, Customs unten and othér
    regional activities. «



    sae ‘ : : Bey
    British Honduras is a Special problem ~

    and its future seems inevitably set alon
    patterns of development foreign to those
    the British Caribbean territories.

    There remains Barbados, Trinidad and
    Jamaica, The present constitutional posi-
    tion of Barbados by_which almost 100 per-

    cent of powet. is vested in the-hands of the.

    people’s four representatives on the Exe-
    cutive Committee must be very satisfying
    to the Barbados Labour Party and the rela-
    tive prosperity of the island and the har-
    monious relations between employers and
    labour are not incentives towards political
    regionalism.

    he people of. this island have always
    (rightly or wrongly is a matter for indi-
    vidual judgment) considered themselves
    as examples for other West Indian islands
    to follow and they are unlikely ever to take
    the initiative in entering upon a federation
    which must, if-it succeeds, eclipse their
    own political constellation. .

    The attitude of Trinidad towards politi-
    cal federation has been almost aggressive
    fn its 4nxiety to federate at all costs and
    that speedily. This attitude seems to have
    suffered slight chillings in proportion as
    Jamaica’s enthusiasm for the subject has
    increased. "7
    | Jamaica’s attitude is by no means clear,
    but one thing is certain and that is that
    Jamaica intends to take second place to no
    _other territory in any closer political asso-
    ciation. :

    Meanwhile the peoples of these terri-
    tories probably know more about the
    United Kingdom, Canada, India, China,
    Africa and most certainly of the United
    States than they do about one another.

    The United Kingdom of course is left
    with the unenviable position of responsi-
    bility for territories which are still cher-
    ished for reasons of trade but whose ad-
    ministrative systems are not geared to
    twentieth century life.

    In addition the United Kingdom has to
    suffer the taunts of sovereign states like
    Haiti and Liberia where conditions of life
    are far more backward than in any of the
    British Caribbean territories, and must put
    up with the reproaches of these territories
    whenever it suits them to be petulant.

    Small wonder that the Colonial Office is
    doing all the prodding it can without falling
    into the pitfall of push§ag the West Indies
    into federation,

    ADVOGATE.

    Barbados at this. time,
    think clearly aboutythe subject of

    : JOHANNESBURG.
    FOR Johannesburg's

    Out in the slum suburb of Fords-



    burg. dangerous things are hap-
    pening.

    Blacks, yellows, and browns of
    South Africa’s 14,000,000 pro-
    letariat ‘are marching through
    the streets cheering, singing, and
    shouting slogans,’ “They carry
    bright blue barmérs marked
    “Freedom in 1952... “Malan re-
    member how Hitler fell.
    “Down with the unjust laws’....
    “Down with passes.”

    These last two slogans refer to

    from his white employer which
    every black must carry, entitling
    him to move in the streets.
    They__march with clenched
    fists held shoulder high in salute
    — “No, it is not ‘the
    salute,” says the rally’s Indian
    |organiser .Cachalay to me. ‘Note
    |that the thumb is not clenched
    ee pointed backwards.”



    On they; go into Fordsburg’s
    main square, their éxaltation
    rising steadily under the elo-

    quence of speakers, and under the
    intoxicating rhythm ‘of calypso
    olk song§ of Africa, to which
    they sing their slogans and sway
    ecstatically.

    Johannesburg police are’ wait-
    ing in readiness. Plain clothes
    men fiom’ the C.D, are taking
    miniature-camera pictures of
    Communist suspects among the
    demonstrations,

    They Fear...

    IN"'the street leading to the
    ‘square are dangerous heaps of
    breken brick, flint, and _ bits .of
    paving stone. They have been
    leftâ„¢behind by drainage workers.
    Hesh-ammunition for ,zioters.

    And. yet: my feeling is that this



    ‘People’s protest day,” organised
    iby the “African National Con-
    ereseâ„¢ (Oh, no, we have noth-
    tigen’ common with the Com-
    maunists”),) will n@tolead to the
    explosions!; Johaapesburg fears,

    Not here.
    Maybe, though, at one or two

    of..the many other industrial
    centres where the congress is
    organising similar demonstra~
    tions. J




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    Neyertheless, I fully appre-
    j ythe asons:for my white
    rien n@vousness.

    oF sausge, any black or

    rjot intervening at this
    momen Of high political teusion
    between ' White and white over
    the Tule 6f law issue could have
    the most far-reaching political
    consequences,

    Dr. Malan’s Nationalists have
    already hinted that, they mean
    to denounce and ban the anti-
    Nationalist ex-Servicemen’s
    Torch Commando organisation
    as “Communists. and.-nigger-lov-
    ers,” {
    ~The riots might provide the
    pretext. The Torch Commandos
    would defy any such move.

    Civil,war would be at:hand,

    What I Saw

    MY'SECOND redson for under-
    the nervousness of white
    nesburg is because of what
    tT saw myself here yesterday
    afternoon. +f
    ~For among the Africans I saw
    in Fordsburg’s “Freedom Square”
    —so named for the Day—were
    many of the same men I had-seen





    Sefton Delmer has flown in to the
    ‘touchiest potential trouble-spot of
    all—wheve whites are outhumbered
    by four to one. This is Report No. 1.

    yesterday in
    half-mil- unparalleled by anything I have
    lion whites this is a day of jitters, ever seen anywhere.

    Communist the African municipal



    BARB:

    cenes of a horror

    It was in Central Jchannes-
    burg in the early afternoon.

    “On The Move

    It was two hours after the fac-
    tories had closed, and thousands
    of black labourers—many of them
    fresh ‘from their tribes, with
    huge disc-like earrings flapping
    from distended lobes — were
    lounging through the drab, as-
    phalted streets A week's pay
    was in their pockets,

    |(1) The law providing for blacks They were looking for some-
    |to- be confined to’Special areas of thing. to do, something to lift
    their own, and (2) To the pass them out of the drab one-ness

    of. their .existence as unskilled
    labourers from which promotion
    is. denied them by labour -rules.

    I. found them gathered around
    the corrugated iron — palings of
    beer hall
    in Vonwielligh-street,



    SAILOR MALAN,

    Battle of Britain ace and
    leader of the Torch Com-
    mando which has demanded
    the resignation of Premier

    Malan's Government. The
    demand followed a Supreme
    Court decision to invalidate
    the Act putting Cape-
    coloured voters on a
    separate roll,

    “Our club,’ one of them
    laughed, pointing der®sively. But
    the “club” was closed. So was
    the Salvation Army hostel. They
    talked politics —- among them-
    selves, with me: “We are slaves.
    But we shall remain. Believe me,
    boss.”

    They pretended to take an in-
    terest in tie hevbs, catskins, and
    charms of an African peddler
    squatting by the road.

    And then, like the Saturday
    befare and the Saturday before
    that, they began to move off in
    twos and threes towards the
    Bantu sports ground,

    There, of a square of derelict
    land outside the sporis ground
    —where a few of the more en-
    lightened Africans were playing
    tennis—a long line of men stood,









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    birth control. || Fartumately, the
    opinions expresseqxinâ„¢the letters
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    Before the beginning of the 20th
    century, it was. necessary far the
    survival of the human race, for a
    child bearing -woman to have
    large numbers of babies. Infantile
    mortality was.so High that in the
    average family only a few children
    lived out of the total number: born,
    The Churchyards*of Barbados beay
    witness to this facet. All classes of
    the community were equally .at-
    fected; Queén “Anne had’ 17 chil-

    |dren and none of them survived
    her,

    Typhoid, Small-pox, cholera,
    plague, yellow-fever and other in-
    fectious diseases 4 periodically
    wiped out large numbers of the
    population. Diarrkhe@a, dysentery,
    | malnutrition, hed! m,’ malaria,
    | pneumonia e se ia etc. took
    {an enorm@ts tof of lives and es-
    | pecially ung ¥ives. During the
    last 100 y@ars a pecially with-
    in the last two decades, enormous
    | advances have been made in med-
    j ical selence-and-preventative med-
    jicine. Public ‘hhealth has come into
    } its own and we Mo longer hear of
    |the type of epidemics our fore-
    fathers knew and dreaded, Modern
    drugs have revolutionised the
    | practice of medicine and almost
    every child born to-day, if prop-

    erly cared and fed, can expect to
    reach maturity. Medical knowledge
    is also increasing the number of
    men and women who can have
    children,

    If we are to have a healthy,
    well balanced community, the only
    possible answer is planned parent-
    hood using scientific methods of
    birth gontrol. No agriculturist
    would dream of raising 20 cows

    =o one acre of land, the area is

    too small to feed that number.
    Surely in this age a man and
    woman must be allowed and taught
    to arrange their family to suit
    their earnings, so that each child
    can. be adequately fed, clothed,
    educated and given the best pos-
    sible start in life. Aldous Huxley
    in his book “Themes and Varia-
    tions” puts the problem clear’y:
    “Departure from biologically nor-
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    ,ous; but the dangers involved in
    birth control are not so great as
    those which arise when individu-
    als yetain their natural breeding
    habits in a world where hygiene,
    insecticides, antibiotics and false
    teeth have radically. changed their
    natural.dying habits, If we inter-
    fere with the forces that bring
    death, ‘we must also interfere
    with those that bring life, Other-
    wise we shall have overpopula-+
    tion, an unfavourable relationship
    between man and: his environ-
    ment, wholesale destruction of
    planetary resources, hunger, revo-
    lution and extermination, Given
    sewage systems aureomycin and
    plastic dentures, contraception be-
    comes a necessity and the adoption
    of a world population policy a
    matter of the most urgent impor-
    tance.”

    The method’ advocated in
    Archdeacon Hutchinson’s letter of
    self control may look alright in

    print but it shows a complete
    lack of knowledge of human
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    sat, and squatted on the edge
    of what seemed to be a kind of

    pit,
    Buried Beer

    As I approached I saw they
    were divided into groups, each
    with a 2lb. jam tin from which
    they were rinking, passing it
    around the group.

    In the pit were women—“she-
    been queens” they are called—
    digging out further tins from the
    ground where they buried their
    treasure.

    The tins contained Kaffir beer,
    a brew made by the women from
    millet boiled up with yeast.

    But they reinforce it with
    doses af carbide, methylated
    spirits, and even corpses of
    snakes and rats—anything to
    give it a kick.

    Marijuana — here known as

    dagha—was being sold openly at
    a shilling for half an ounce,

    When I saw them they were
    still reasonably sober. But only a
    few hours later the ground was
    seething with thousands of men
    and women fighting drunk, ready
    for any act of frenzy,

    Nor is the sports ground the
    only site of mass. drinking and
    marijuana orgies. Other illicit
    beer stills are fin the immediate
    neighbourhood “of Fordsburg’s
    main square, +

    The meeting has not had even
    a tenth of the 100,000 attendance
    which the organisers’ advance
    boosting claimed it would have.

    But it requires only one dope-
    crazed man to set alight a fire
    which would spread rapidly.

    Black Tragedy

    The tragic thing about South
    Africa’s blacks as I see it in this
    first impression is this:

    In demonstrating against /the
    Malan laws restricting them
    from coming into these urban
    areas—and confining them, to
    special reserves of their. oWn—
    ‘ney are demonstrating against
    their own salvation,

    Only by keeping down
    number of blacks in Johannes-
    burg and similar areas will it
    be possible to kill these orgies,
    reminiscent of the worst of Bri-
    tain’s industriab revolution.

    Only with the restriction of
    numbers will it be possible to
    improve housing and rovide
    amenities for all which will raise
    their standards of living.

    But arrogance and _hatred
    drive them on to self-destruction.

    White Tragedy

    As for Calvinist ex-pastor
    Premier Malan and the men be-
    hind him, the tragedy is that
    intolerance of the British—and
    the arrogant ambition. to turn
    South Africa into a purely Boer
    country—is driving white South
    Africa to destruction.

    For this passion is bringing
    him into conflict with the rule
    of law, which is the only possi-
    ble basis for the survival of the
    white community, outnumbered
    four to one by blacks,

    Fortunately there are signs
    that the dangers are being recog-
    nised by the leaders of Malan’s
    own Dutch Reformed Church.
    Saner counsels may yet prevail.

    ay

    the

    Midnight Postscript: Ah, well,
    in Johannesburg the demonstra-
    tion has in fact gone off without
    incident. But it could have gone
    differently. I feel thete is no need
    for shame about my jitters,



    many religious persons that con-
    tinence is the only aid to the
    limitation of offspring and that
    this is approved by moral law.
    The chaste man or woman, obvi-
    ously, never has a child. It is,
    on the other hand, the belief of
    most psychol 5, that absolute
    continence, in the presence of
    continuous temptation, such as
    must inevitably, exist in the case
    of marriage een two persons
    who have for Bach other a pro-
    found affection, produces effects
    on the ment@l”" life and daily
    behaviour that (are not conduc-
    ive to a peaceful and healthy
    existence, How much bigger d)
    we want our mental hospitals to

    grow?

    Incidentally, one notices that
    nearly all the people in Barbados
    who are agai birth control

    and who write most vehemently
    about the subj are males, They
    do not have to’ go through nine
    months of pregnancy with the
    vomiting, discomfort, the labour
    pains and the danger to. their
    lives, Cancer of the womb and
    cervix is also more common in
    women who have borne. a large
    number of children,

    It is for the women of Barba-
    dos to do something about the
    matter of birth control and leave
    the men to their mediaeval
    thinking, if they wish. The
    Qhureh has had to change its
    attitude on many subjects over
    the centuries. It once applauded
    and encouraged the burning of
    witches at the stake and claimed
    that the world was flat. When
    anaesthetics were first used in
    ‘midwifery, they said that wap
    sinful too. The Church's vast
    experience in matters of morality
    did not prevent wnuddled think-
    ing about these and many other
    matters. Let us hope that the time
    is not far off when birth control
    will be viewed more intelligently.
    Perhaps some Deaconesses would
    be of assistance at the meetings

    of the Synod,
    FLORA.

    will drive him over to the airport. Then he

    sums of money, the strangers who greet him

    people—all the things that go with the busi-

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    ee

    CARLSEN GETS OUT |

    UNIFORM AGAIN

    A Page One Sailor goes back to the sea
    with a salty shrug at fame and wealth.

    By FREDERICK COOK

    WOODBRIDGE, New Jersey.
    IN THE little back bedroom of an unpre-

    tentious white wood house at 65, Alwart
    Street in Woodbridge—safely out of sight of
    the nearest salt water—a dark blue uniform
    lies folded on the bed.



    It has been sponged and pressed and the

    four broad gold stripes on the sleeves glearn
    brightly. The braid on the peaked cap has|
    had a loving polishing, too. Captain Carlsen
    is off to sea again.

    Kurt Carlsen’s new ship—Flying Sater)
    prise II—is at this moment loading 1,200 miles}
    away at Mobile, Alabama, on the Gulf of
    Mexico. Carlsen expects the telephone to ring |
    at any hour. His bags stand ready. His wife

    will escape from the letters that still pour
    in, the weird and wonderful offers of huge

    the badgering from the radio and television



    ness of being a world celebrity.

    At the moment Carlsen has other things
    on his mind. He is out in the garage behin
    the house with paint smears up to his elbows,
    re-enamelling daughter Sonia’s bicyele—

    job she says he must finish before he can go
    off to sea again,

    Sonia is unable to supervise the job. She is |
    n bed with tonsilitis, But she is very much}
    ‘he captain of the Carlsen household just the |
    same,

    I was talking to her mother (whose calm
    grey eyes have lost now that look of nameless
    dread they wore when her husband’s picture |
    was in every paper perched on the slanting |
    deck of his dying ship), I had asked what |
    was the tonnage of the new ship they have
    given her husband.

    Mrs Carlsen hesitated. Then from the sick-
    room came Sonia’s voice: “Ten'thousand four
    hundred tons. She’s a C-2. The Enterprise was |
    only nine thousand one hundred and sixty-
    eight. The new ship has 48 men. And 12 pas-
    sengers—she's much nicer.”

    Kurt Carlsen’s painting job is the last of
    many he has been doing here at home since
    he came back to find himself a hero.

    10,000 LETTERS

    There was the new radio mast he had to
    put up for the short-wave set on which he
    chats to other hams throughout the world,
    There was the gardening to do and the new
    car to clean and grease and the children to
    consult about where the medallions and com-
    memorative scrolls should hang and what
    should be done with his own model of a four-
    master Danish training ship now that there
    were so many new momentoes to find wall-
    space for.

    And of course, theré were the letters—well
    ever 10,000 of them and still coming in. Sev-
    enteen secretaries laboured to answer them
    at the peak time. But Carlsen signed every
    one of them himself. “That was the least I
    could do,” he said. ‘ All those people taking
    the trouble to write. You'd never have
    thought it, would you?”

    A great deal of his time has been devoted
    to saying no—no to the masses of money-
    making offers that have been made to him.

    he said no, The businessmen bidding for him

    money was new to them. But in the end they
    have had to accept it.

    “You understand,” Carlsen told me. “Iam
    not an actor or a television star. I couldn’t
    write a book if I tried. The sea—that is where
    I belong. I am not a real celebrity.”

    If Carlsen had chosen to accept the offers
    he and his household would now be wealthy.
    There could haye been a yalet to sponge his
    uniform and a new bicyclé for Sonia instead
    of a paint job on the old. Mrs. Carlsen could
    have had a maid and a cook. She need never
    again have set foot inside the well-kept mod-
    ernistic kitchen which is obviously her joy.

    Carlsen could have had by now simply fan- §

    tastic sums of money—if he had been willing
    to Say yes. ,

    They have been begging him to do coast-to-
    coast TV.shows. They have invited him to

    sign endorsements for beer and cigarett®s %
    for yachting caps and lollipops, and unsink-]|%
    able row-boats; to make speeches on this and x
    that; even to go to Hollywood and play him- x

    self on the screen,

    Carlsen has turned them all down.

    2 : ‘. ; 9

    He lowered his voice as though fearing that |$

    re Yo nla ; “ ; b?
    Mrs. Carlsen might not understand. “It will|%$
    ; ‘ 5

    be good to be back on, my own bridge,” he|$

    said. “It can’t come too soon for me.—L.E.S.

    The offers grew bigger and bigger every time |{

    could not believe he meant it. Why should %
    they? A man who just did not care about |

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