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PACE TWO -ISIIU VIAIPI \ll -.1 SI) \\ M'HIl. I. I:.l CaJiib galling uoi. B WHITTINCHAV With Cablr & Wirele.i nd in command of the 'iuiana Police Fore*. \JtR AC SKEETE, a B*i bang i JVl dian who wat with Cable and 'h Gaaeogw MWMtl fot Em-land wirele's lor The past 31 years, reHe *H accoitipa-in-rt by turned yesterday morning by the ...'* wife who AammhrtratlW <; a r M iu> to St Lucia where he is I-Joyed as Responsible Officer. •'' . „ He w a* accompanied by hta srife „ M '.V ? h .£ tm tnam 5*^5 w : : Mr. Skeete came over here a Mr H R Tucker. Britun Council fc ^ ftU u wh ^ wm% S2 r !T ,t,, !" C T. "J^iifJ*in Barbados .„ the interest of her fore he tame out to the island __,,, *v fc „-.--.*.• %  # Mr During the* far* Stay here ""'"^ V%^.Sw nf Hush they rWtd the BrtUsh Council nd lira. c. V. Chandler o Bush where t^ey conferred with Mi Tucker For Guide Course M ISS MARJORIE PF.MBER TON, Assistant Mistress of IGBSM) anu Guide Capt. of the School's Guides, btrday morning by the Gaaeacne fur England on a thre.* month" (".nidc Training Course .under Oaf auaptPH of UM British | I nd tba OW (;uldc Asso•on of England After Tn M^il.. A FTER spending about te.i n i ntnsi 1 holiday in England, Hill Headmaster Returns M AJOR C. NOOTT. Headma.. ler of Combermere School who was on lone leave in EnKland returned yesterday morning by the GeJftte He was accompanied b\ his wife and little son. Will Attend B.I.F. M R. AND MRS S A. Blanrhrtle left yesterday morning by Ihc Gaaregae for EngLinu where thev will spend about three to four months. tan. Biancneii* ..*.. ._ ui,agiiii. Director of the Barbados Hardv. %  i will among other thing*, attend the Hriti-h Industries Fair, while hiwife will take the opportunity to visit her l>rother .Mr. O. R." HeadsMarshall. Barbados Scholar 193W who Is now Sub Dean of Londor I'mversity. Miss Daphne Ward of the ixvflonmcm aim Welfare i turned, bv the (MMt visterdav morning. Id Carlo that she had i. trsjrj mien tang and enjoyable houdaj %  % % %  edoed that I angan %  > nne Ml and her trip down was < Miss Ward is the daughter of Mr and Ml G I %  Elizabeth Cockeram who are with T.C.A Reservation Department in Toronto. They arrived from Canada yesterday by T. C. A T.C.A. Staff H ERE lor ten days holiday Mrs. Joan Reinhardt i Warner-. Christ Church. For U.K. Holid> M iss CONSTANCE INOTSS. A oowas — COCKTAIL ArraRNOON inn -istJuil arrived:— ENGLISH INEXTENHIVE COTTON DMBO from .... MIB AIM a new asiortment of— JACQHAR SCARVES AND SQt'ARES We o//er a wide range 0/ Houtehold EARTHENWARE MEDINA -II Ml Maroon Band & Gold Decoration Taa Cups A Saucers. Cieam Jugs I'lr.tt.'i Tea Pols Also:— TEA SETS DINNER SETS DINNED SETS Obtainable from oui 0OHH0 OXftHNOR IHfcNCVS tfmcisy ivfiatt ran m r t.-' i dhrisl iiurctl <; 'I %  K.-undatlo. lataoot WH among the j %  %  Un.a.soognr for LT. PETER SHORT. Royal Artillery arrived from England veterd*v by the "Oolftto". ray^attheOceanVIe^ ^ Ef*J*J& n Arriving by the same 'plane %  "! AUSTIN and infant arrived arm Mm Seraphina MacNcil and from England yesterday by the Miss Olive Jennings who 'ire with GolBU to spend a f T c A's Tramc Department In holiday with Mr Sydney. Nova Scotia. They plan Mr. and Mrr. To Be Married Shortly L T PETER D B SHORT of the Rival Artillery arrived from England yesterday bv The Gatfrtn. He is on sixty-one days' leave Li Short ir. to be married on April Iflth to Miss Anne Pain*, daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. II. Black Beat.** Peter u§ed to live in 11 when his father, the late Mi. Walter Snprt was with U.B.O.T al Point Fortin. He was educated h e School and left Bai badi.. in December, IMS. His brother Brook, who also went In school at Lodge was killed during the war while sen mg with the B A.F. Intrangit M ISS JOAN HENRY, youngest daughter iof Mr. William Henry. Trinidad solicitor, spent a few hours on shore with Mi. \ aiau yestantaj whlla the Gasrogne was n pen. HLM Hanrj en routa to ffm IM her aUidles. Fourtrt Vi.it pAYING her fourth boll to Barbados is Miss Mavis Romdwar. Secretarv SluioKiaph er of Messrs J. W potter and Co. LM Trinidad Bhg an terday morning by the Gaaeaca>r for a month's holiday which -AIIO will iMBd as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ashhv of Welches CaWM Church. Bark Afftin VrtUS. PETER UEWIICRST Building Contractor MORTIMER WORRELL. Uuilding Contractoi. iurned to St. Lucia yesterday __ „ 1.1 .up expected to If i no sour 10 iMume hi. morrow by B.W.I A. for Anl.gua •ith Hill. 24 Pieces 112 11 34 H.M 63 49.84 Harawara Dvparlmcnl—Tel. No. 203 III PLUS: DOkB KIXINGTON ORCHESTRA nnd The Delia Rhylhm Boya SYMPHONY IN SWING ll.linn hMH Have Krqursled Thai '.• Ilelain The AMAZING Dr. WONG H'KDNKSDAY. APRIL 4. K.30 p.in \fvL-LI-WONG GIANT MACK i in: ii.iiiii \iios IO-OIU HAI IVI IOIIOV I \< TOHi LTD. Send Your Letters ({tilckly Loral Talrnt Audition TO-DAV .3U am. DAVIS fc Anna BAXTER hi-tntk ... ENAMEL WARE M" M ISS .(., of M i the Gaaeogne yesterday morning on her way to Enghuvl ivhart she will puraua further %  ) At me Baggage Warehouse lo meet hag were the Adams lanuly with whom she spent a few hours ,f",„*„"' IWfOfl leturning lo the ship. For Indefinite Stay < I.CVKI.AM) IfUBSI It | N.-.v T* -vimei.t Churcil South Trinidad. Born In Barbados hose husband is a planter in Dmninieii. ,, DOW hack in Barbados for a holiday. She arrived yesterday morntnsj; by th, I.adkeociie D:I Q ahott vtsli. holiday with his mother wat Mr. %J ol Buffalo. New York whe To Further Studies Gerard B. Townsend Jnr., who is arrived from Trinidad on Friday >AN HENRY daughter a college student in Ohio. Here by B.W. I.A. plan to spend about William Henry, for one week, he is staying; with ten days'holiday in Barbados. D' Solicitor of Port-oi-Spnin, Trt;il her at the Marine Hotel dad indatn Hanry, was mtransit To Join Her Husband RS HAROLD rORDE. wife B Forde, left yesterda morning by the Caaoagus for England where she will Join her hustaklng a post graduate course in tropical medicine at the London Tropical School. Mrs. Forde spent about two months' holiday here staying with terday were Dr. and Mr* the Doctor's parents at "Mynice L. GW. Urieh. of God stationed In St Kills lo • Ville", River Road Their little Deputy Director of the Sanitar> the past t>) >. -..lighter Stella. Is remaining in Services in Trinidad. Dr Urieh yesterday morning by the I*JI> Barbad0s imI n her parent* return told Carib that he was m o . months' leave in the L.K. He at. Lucia tomminioner j. ai(1 t h.tt he hod a pleasant hohL T.-COL F, M. V JAMES., dav and entoyed the cool weather Commissioner of Police in St. and added that preparations wete I-ucia who was on long leave 111 going on quickly for the Festival of England, arrived here vesterday Britain. > nuirning by the OaWta intransil for Grcnida. He has come oui under a new contract to taki %  hargc of the Police Force In that M" R Nekoti Tur .111 indellnile He was accompanied by his win ind two daughters and they are guests of BaTV. .nut Mrs. J. B Wm'er ol Wi'-nun". Kontabt-Hc Puisne Judge—Nigeria M R I' W, KKK.rE. Puisne Judge of Nigeria is now in Barbados on vacation leave. He arrived xesterday morning by the !" J C J( Lady Nelaon from the USA y Co 1 accompaniiii by hit vrtfa Mr and Mrs. Heece had paid visit to their daughter in it C.S.A. Mattick is a surgeon in Buffalo and their Son Is also in the medical profession. Mrs. Mattick told Carib that she was bom in Barbados but left here at the age of sixteen This 13 icr first ilt here since then Had Pleasant Holiday i NTRANSIT from England to Trinidad en the Golfito MR. PETER CARLT0N— arrived from Canada yesterday by T.C.A. Loinin,, V Holidaying With P.rent. R Mark Conyers. son of Mrs. A HRIVING from Canada yester. s -^Vlay I M II • nsir otter ... SAUCE PANS—All Aw BOWLS — DRINKING CITS KETTLES — TEA POTS COFFEE POTS — MILK JUGS PLATES — BASINS BREAKFAST CARRIERS — COLLANDERS CHAMBERS. Etc. The CORNER STORE %  Ue I M l I II I TO-IHV In nUMDAl ••'. Jim Ml — % George %  SANDERS C.laila HOLM 2o all about eve This in. un. on thr Acadrmt Auard as tlir lilm of thr year, also Georie Sandra as the nel supporting Actor. Please NOT?'—A* from rOMGIIl. IMflBI wtfl b.starting from B.30 Instcu! of R.45 II II \ Y TO-DAY and lO-MOHROM 4.30 and S.15 20th Century Eox Dotlbh — Clifton WEBB and Jeanne CRA1N m "CHEAPS* H) nn: DOZEN" ami • %  THRU: UTTLE M fw/ •• with Rest SMI PON and Fred ASTA1HE ~H O V A L OLYMPIC Last Two Shows To-day 4.30 and 8.3S Republic Smashing Double Roy Rogers and Dale Fv.m THE GOLDEN STALLION and "DEATH VALLEY OCT41 KillTtR Alan (Hoekv) Lane and his Stallion Jack BUck Monday anly 4.10 and S.3S First Inst. Republic Serial "BTJfStl OF TEXAS RAM.I T:and Picture sill Kill ol ltl( H1TA" ?oth Oantury Fox Double Richard WIDMARK and Lindj DARNELL in . • %  SO mi 01 T" AND %  EMDtt w> sun Wi'h John GA PRELLX NO WAV Ol T \t.i lalaaMl lor tliildren ames expects to laaVS for Grenada by B.W.I A. to-day. He Is staying at the Ocean View Hotel From Winnipeg C OL RICHARD DENISON. O BE President and General Manager of Smith Fes and Denison Ltd., General Insurance Brokers of Winnipeg;, and Mis. Denison who had been holida) nig. in Barbados since March 3rd. lett veMerday morning by T.C A lor Trinidad, Tnev were staying at the HnMings Hotel. C. G. Conyers of Barbados J *-day by T.C A to spend a hohand the late Mr. Lionel Conyers day with his parents was Mr, Peter of British Guiana is to be married Carlyon who is with Barclay, on April 28lh to Miss Daphne Lark, Canada in Montreal. His Huggins. daughter of Mr. and parents Capt. and Mrs. T. C. W. Mrs. A. P Hugglns and grandcarlyon were at Seawell to meet daughter of the late Sir George him. and Peter is staying with and I.ady Huggins them at "Fcmhaw", Wilriv Height*. The ceremony will be performctapham ed at St. Patrick** Church. Port of Span,, and the reception .s to £n route To England be he d a, the home of the br.de HIg WAy ,., ^ %  ^ <;Wrf I/Ufa ^ G^ogne U Rev. Fr. H anort Vl0lt Pendleburv. S J He ii on long TLMR RAYMOND HOE of CD. leave from British Guiana Sev1T1 nnd W. left yesterday by eral years in: Fi PattsUataUTT wai B.W.I A. on a short visit to St. in charge of the Catholic PresbyLucia. teiy here. BY THE WAY... W HY do we hear n,o more of the film about cricket which the British Council were going to sponsor? I expect the hve interest l s the difficulty. You could hardly expect the Albanians So accept a film with nothing but cricket in it. On the other hand, one does not want them to get a wrong idea of the place of cricket in our national life. Bold-eye gipsy girls in the Pavilion, slitting bats with daggers, and whirling taxing players into a mud dance, while the umpires wail like saddened oxen for the game to continue? No. Rather not. What? JUBI a lonrsomr Rajah W HEN word wa brought to Mrs Fwkck Pnckburne at Minnow Grange th.u the Rajah of "** iphappipatam'* car had broken down outside her gate*, and that the Rajah would be glad of tea, the handsome widow sent to fetch him The Rajah entered, said. "Salami, Memsahib," and kissed her band with a smack like a wet halibut thrown on a fishmonger's slab. "Tea or whiskey? she asked, in a considerable flutter. "Whiskey every time," responded the turban. ed ruler of millions. "Has anyone,' 1 he asked, as he crowded her into a corner of the divan, "has anyone ever told you that your eyes are like the Irrawaddy under a harvest moon?" "Shall I ring for the whiskey? '' she ( sked. "No," eried the Rajah, flinging lug lurtnan away. "Let It come of its own accord.'' "Why, you're white! aXclaimed the widow. "Emotion," replied the Rajah. "As soon ai I saw you I paled iKMicilh my tan." "Hullo, who's this-" Inquired a By HI \i m 1 IM HI 1; cultured voice, as the widow I brother entered the room. "Just B lonesome Rajah." answered Fuulenough. edging away from the lady. (hi-rhivirtl in a Tram Do y you go to my head like champagne." "Then buy me a twopenny ticket, honey." Prrhap* not "TM1E plea that women should M. stiirt at once to make their hair less dull, in preparation fur the Festival, is one that deserve comment. Whv not confront the tounsts with 200.000 bathing belles, arranged in the shape of 11 Union Jack on Sahsi> %  ad CV-TV girl having red. white, and blue halrT I*' 1 MU) .1 Bgf%  A Small Selection of Exclusive Model Day-Frocks aN by "Dorville" of West-End Fame also A few Black 8c Silver Brocade MI.MM. IIVMMI\(,s at prices from $14.35 WfflTFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORE 15. BROAD ST. BUTTERICK PATTERN SERVICE I I



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sr\n\v M'IMI i IMI MVI1W ADVOCATE I'M.I I Mil I Gardening Hints For Amateurs llir fliiiril. 11 In \|nil Fruil Tree*—Zinnia Time— BeaumsmlM Vine BARBADOS with U shallow soil and dry climate is not noted as u good fruit crowing island Yet home holders could I of locally Broun Iniii, fag planting i around their hornet To every houae-owner. a certain number of fruit ;ree In gardm. or plot, -hould be a "MM", Mid if these trees were pl an ted ZINNIAS April || th* month inc tree well r anured and well uatcred. and fo the best re-ulls. > n Boo advises pruning tWtM %  year. .ui nf the Fig-tree is d who* ripe il ntrM I purplish hue. nd U soft and '' i be Mewed wh*-n green, or eaten cold from *he rrlfldoire when rip* BlttMl % % %  :rce is grown v< I ilimg FARM \NB GARDEIS By AGRICOLA The Green Dolphin Woman Fulfils An Ambition She Gives \ New Look To Tlii' Old. Old Stor> %  %  WEEDS that the eighth art has been ilatl the rcVard when they start bear, would Mpptj repay the Initial troubte In Bt Ritt hoosa MH ttaarapa-vtM wTj aoi Bai bwtai It is possible FOR s year, every night between tea and upirt -time. Miss '"" Man 200 and 9M CvMaaji mH trii near pBigntc.ii uu nb_. I weed is Behind her was the great n< i m the United States, It Is tlmi l s**g M cive sinee plants are often M ,,*,, 0 f her novel %  Oreeii to examine the various academli useful in one way and harmful in Dolafe winner of a approach** being practiced. Th. id.other A simple but inc..mplete Hnllvwoori £3iH no award and iu. laSfl v hich this teacher ha description is a plant out of place turv ot tno „ lrn ftllh • %  ,., bee: asked most consistently gtno Sweater Girl. Lara Turner. l*3f\ when instruction was intro Before was a different purpose, du.td at New York University. Is a 20-year amir .. a "Ho*; do you laaen motion picalmple. humble, ttltul ** %  <•*'" life of PhH*t Because the motion picture b > n medium there art as many ..ngle, -liecial Motion Pictures Are Tuiiglil In American Colleges ffl peaSaBM • pasMa* r*"" taxed the neophyte Uraetl %  '"> "'*" pcrhapi. than In Ifaa In of any curriculum of an simpler art form Man> Ihe call <>( the I but all too few feel tin The darlt motion pictures necessitates the I at an increastim (| opm ., nl )lf „ n original patolleges and umversllptn of MrXhvUl demanded an OfthaMX unit, ui time, place. and action. which the Shakespearean drama violated in raapofaM to HI •*.] •"• %  ... UK YZI: !" r !" % %  ••— -•••———-*—"-m coiuciousneas of new and pei T" !" &"*KJ*gX*!USi£PS: !" £ "ally.,.! horizon. Th. £*> D W Orimih motion picture ft) RORFRT GESSNER ir.i rn.s< IN arvww From a practical standpoint, weed may be regarded aa any plant which interferes art** U that some growth of the crop H garden books advise planting outttvatad plot . I Ul-auHl approach, using moWorld." • lion plot urea as communication. It fulfills one of > i. ch ::ie province i>f the peda need be at a loss ,i S to how to deal with the treei of his o) And befon> embarking 00 (mil growing, it would be i %  OUt the i of the diffeiein ill PLENTY OF WATER. i'nd mature seeds the i;i biennials which mature l!m .OWKKINli VINES '•"' second ycr. urul -; Bea„,,Hn,lia (Cr-ndiflora. or J Trumpet rrtmer odapLdions of thj root ayttatn The neaiinrntia. or Trumpet,„,*, IIK 5lnr age organs or rootI It is often called. U a Bt ocks. This classification B) very slow growing heavy vine hove |,ttie aigniflcance to the Or trees have a long tap-root which which needs a Urge expanse of Mi( r ot girdener who goe*. itraight n trees wall on wtrlch to grow If the vine thinks of weeds as atthor I require a great "Birth of Nation" still teach* ,imore about the [Ml nl UM American War Ba t wa a n the States than any other arork <'l art. anu "lnloleranre" romnlns ahead of its time, an enllnisi.^tie advocate for the United Nations. And the BSrtfU vp !" 11 the t'nui-.i States UbtOT] 1 I 1 "'" generally fotnd nooaagary to bias', while. But, do nut despair if your grata, ihe root a y rta m i ,.f wMeh "' '"" %  They, however, are not a hole to the required depth. To lleaumontia vine does not flower Pt e ^peci'ill* adapted for survival; Tt > suc,, company Miss Goudge earned with celluloid, but with neglaet to do this, and to plant a for some lime, as these vines are while the "latter class would Indors not belong. Her book is figures and tabulations and cost%  i.-e in Shallow oil. would ofun two to three years old beforo elude Ihe pigweeds and others 1 I "Tth" 'Hy Intense, aoountil only result in failure. tx-gln to flower. Hut. it is not every fruit-1 rev montia cannot, like elude the pigweMs and others 1 The Beaua similar nature which i;row Old' lany of from seeds and not from pieces of root, nodes of the stem, bulbs, etc.. us in the case of the former group Sometif > is js pi ettilv %  iated I rlj cleaned and selected; farm imaginut that requires this depth of soil. <"ir dowering vines he left to its for many have spreading roots' own devices, but must be planted and can be planted in a reasonably in good rich soil, and given regudeep hole. Many of the ."mailer lai manuring and watering if the can be planb" 1 idd are to be obtained. ,i now • it. 'I ne lluweiing period runs from appearance Such |0M \j.ni the vine, if Till: FIG tfl "I health, becomes eovnamire and com pu*; wtwro CM0 .,. and p grows into a small spreading tree ered in large trumpet shaped pure 1 ably suited ti any garden, white flowers for two to three It can be grown in its natural week*. form as a tree, or it can be trained Beaumonlia is propagated by to grow flnl against a wall, but it cuttings, must Itc in a sunny position. Have you any Gardening qucsTin1 :i alkaline turns you would like anawtrod or ittteh means a soil with the any garden information that would I 1 addition of lime. But do l-e oi mtcrri to OBgf Gardeners lint add lime ami mtfMM Bl the to pan on? same time, as one counteracts thn H... >k>gical material, %  UZABatTR GOUDGE sees .^ s industry-should be coJesus as *'a wonderful elder ordinated so toat each one supAmong the more tmpoitant brother to all young childen. :ihle plements 11 study of the other %  thods by which weeds are dislo turn his cirpentcr' kill I UHI thira. Acluavement of ideals PnMbb noothet art suffer much from analytical conf the chaos that accompanies the absence of tested criteria, as the motion picture There la un academic need (of a cl.s-itlratljn of types and forms The pedagogical approach, as in comparable field*. Is either pure academic or functional, often ailed ambiguously "WOrkshOf] ich WSjOdl are dis turn 11 Kill lo UW thiee. Acluavement oi ideals in traditional crop seeo Improp„. %  ( „d his aitlsfs adoeationalipwcl;.ro ^.AffSS; and has the dubious advantage of I the fashd ng of aanvone who has felt the heavy When the hand ol preceding prerogatives has not been taken to aerapa. eaO tr tif ^. hut the perfwt eiirriba|e bearing seed* or plant parts n .known eggflllir tulum should be Ihe goal ut a likely to survive: Irrigation and hat to do." comprehensive hool Q/_lhe_n'; run-ofT water: wind t tion; animals; spec of Ihe plant for seed dispersal, daring horseman He rode inlo Forms and gardens soon become Jerusalem not on %  gentle white niWted from waste places, lddonkcv bu ,.„ r U n addled. B ^JK P "" 0 I l*Jd In 1 foui-vei unbroken Syrian atas. mrrieulum with emphasis on the ,,d Irarurportaruu K)rn lcldcr two dijml in: WT •on .. -most s '''''.'J:!;^ !" AU New York City a Departand Lnot having to pi m inrnt The pure MadOmlClan I %  with motion picture' onh afei tin* have reacnad lh< %  ereen. an academic atttttad* a In. Ji at the borbonne, famous univOr*ily in France, is call. psychology M UM which 1 no B**d M %  Divinity Ooudfa, i r Motion llctures was ing^jgg^ Ul auiJrated in I94J. C aTortng _~ Thr practical npproa irlotis as the background at U I glil JttUB lines DBM o.ininand of The Latin sod I %  innocc Mirv. In mother, must have) lion pi ii nn br, M ""''ve tinned and slander, older I-' -7 r \ %  .^" l .III'',I' .1.illIMI-Kii" daughter or a iheon and pi act lee. both ansly| n ^ rilfIO ra, but these ft) iuggesls that tieal and creative, of motion picmny lH< r,^,,,,.,! to four groups Cookery Corner Croquettes l)e Beeuf .. th '.n I mind and body %  %  1 Joseph at 14. OSkaga constantly .tir'l ,.1. I Tllf KNIP Sfill %  : %  %  (OUT people and gies well with anything that may Latioa Soup St. Gerniiiin I eup canned peas 1 teaspoon of sugar I cup water I cup milk 1 thin slice onion 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon lornsiarch Salt, pepper Sprig of parsleyAdd sugar and water lo pca^ with seasoniiiK'S. an mer for 3n Rub through sieve, re heat, and thicken with butter and cornstnrch cooked together. Scald milk with onl move the onion, and add the milk to the %  %  son. Serve wit' 1 1 tons. If you wish to make a soup, omit butter and starch and thicken by ring in one egg yolk, ly beaten with half cup cream. ., dish that can be easily prepared and very lasty. 1-lb. raw Beef finely chopped l i cup stale bread crumbs 1 egg. slightly beaten Sale fc pepper FOW crains nutmeg \ little cooking oil or pork ft 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons flour 2 small cups of brown stock Mix nmt, bread crumbs, egg, salt, pepper and nut meg. Make into balls, using as little pressure as possible. Cover, let it stand for an hour. olid brown in the oil M i>ik fat. Melt the hutter. add the flour and stir until well aides and vacant patch harbour weeds. There 11 to elaborate on weeds as enemies of the cultivator but mt mention a lew diicel way in which they cause serious lots: compete with cultivated plants for available mitr—nts: act sites when actually growing on other plants, eg. love vine; shade r n: I take up valuable space, harbour plant pesls and diseases; mav be poisonous to livestock The !" %  ouoge prmclpol indirect !oat ic^e of %  "' ; * Ime spent on their ^gtrotaUirough the Holy Und Thus. "TJiey watched and waited with lhut dreadful patience of While much can be said oRamst afkkorirMH that i. like the palweeds, thev may baVt something ienee of a cat at %  innusehole." to their credit: they may acl as And. "He faced hatred as a white _. soil indicators since ceilaiii weed* stag faces the hounds loiOwlgdg* of architecture, but an 'fT, e or ,-,fi instructor is linuled show when acidity is present and Ttie Author tries to explain atvhilociurt which serves conunless he relates photography lo others like leguminous weeds what has so often puled church ttnuhv. not permanence, the flow literary '>d diamatlc content The when lirne is present; some indipeople— whal she calls "Jesus'a of action, not the static reservat on mechanics of Ihe-amor... of ligl.teate bad drainage conditions run answer" to his mother at the of boundary lines;. ThO^moving ,ng. ,,f cutting are while others are associated with wadding — poor or Infertile soil; certain nave I to do with thee T" Sl eeds have medicinal properties, she suggests that it was caused money and removal. tend stance. the oi ists. s. J Fl SOIO' aeuh art. abject Is not so new as the '. might suppose. The mo'ure, derived in part from ms. s\nlhe*iies and exhctr uses. How, for Incan a (Indent appreciate %  rial camera of the art,ei F.isensteln and Hoberl "erty. without knowing ng about painting and spring-boards for fluid comtK.sltion affecting line. aaere. mass, and light in motion.' A f ill appreciation of the scenic designs of a director as various as Cacd B. 'le Mille is aided by some kw*iei:c of architecture, but literary, theatrical. Otaff, cinematic. The time-space narrative freedom y. the novel fs clOSMl of all to the non-visual quallt] Of motion picture*, which explains whv novels from -Con.' With the. Wind" to "The laist Weekend", make the best adaptation. Tin te a c h er of drama who enters Ibe Held bai the theatrical advantage-' of the dramaWation of plot and' haractcr, 'lie Btountlng uf a pro-. duct ion. the roles of acton %  B< cause of tbege nialltles a powerful play like The Hen,strong drama on the sen*en. while some again may ha food value similar lo that of cultivated garden spinach. condition* cur ..rat the of boundary lines' %  """ %  ?a iffgsxittfyiL SMSTftttrsr!" ....jch t-. dance, or choreogrsphy, justed as an elocution llutructoi in that the movements of action. [„ dramatic arts It Is valuable %  rs, place, and camera are f„ r i ni architect to know pi coordinated in a new aesthetic ing an( | CO rpenlry. but floors ami pTOfeendft Music, such asjhe bathrooms do not make a (mildimby 1 Weed ci.itrol piays an importam purt in efficient soil management. In general. It should be remembered that weedB have been fought against so much they have hurry dip ( .f mgmorj on st John's gild lhat possibly what 'Mother, don't ; wait a moment." [1 n, T nnrl Hermann score In "CHI%  •portrait of Jenn guess—but a guess eagerly seize. hat many M K B ne". becomes supplementmunllcs others, is ,m g) in pfe 1JLT this author h,,s the power write tccnes. She can make you gag courtyard or trial chamber. blended. Add developed ways and means of stock gradually, while v Vfli w hi cn often baflle both stirring constantly. ^ r ^ er and g^uw,. TaM, In MJo W> a>l, IU smell Bring to boiling point. oddlllon to ihe special adaptations previously relerred to. weed "* seeds can remain dormant (or long penols and II may be often surprising lo keen gardeners that the more the soil is cultivated the more weeds seem to appear. This is because dormant seeds contin wjth nit, pepper, and add the balls. Cover and let it sim 1 ihor ngf fOC I '7 hours To make the 1 M 11 brown Stock use beef or vegetable stirextracts, dissolved in hot waUr. slightheavy n opera that is independently uramatic. not tonal lllustraiinns The drama of Sir l^nwrence Olivier*! "Hamlet" escapes the tioards. soars both inward when the balcony is brought to the .. apron, and outward when UM Mir( ,. f Si.-i ., ,ts ore sailed through the writer 1 ) cp#o* Th* rectory druwing-ronm cosldisQppi'iii. uudii the biasing chill of the arrest, the "trial," the howling mob. Here Use ariUruj ,big. with the sinister glow of Mnntegna s lrue n fflnltive ijalfhrothec. In iane" painting. Hero n\ m Hke "Wutherlng Heights" is the great trsgedy comes in so given the cres and ears lo see and to germinate when the soil is sharply you wince as you read it hear the story in addition to Unstirred and rendered favourable to all again.--LE.fi. aginlng it siowth Never let Ihem go to *ryi..a- s. a.aa.r a awaikwn The challenge Inherent In lhl Led. "" %  acuous virtuosity The cinematic ip) 1 combinoi erofl adth U1 thoath and literature, but eraab late whole an indigenous niitliority, n rarity such as "The I'M Mndrc AlthoiiKh ersonal exper the wings into the fresh breathfavours this combination" of %  nature, or to an indoor cinematic and the academic, Ibei .niethei tUM and place „ obvioualy no exclusive path t. Fit.;dly u litsraHire.^probably^ the the motion picture classroom no othei Held can theory mill |i %  rdinatnai and exploration ha: tlee lead to tore. BM at from which view. 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PAGE KOl'R SLNDAV ADVOCATE >-l MiAV. APRIL 1. 1951 S5^SS?3^=r?:-r*::K:::?:=:-^S^2se? • The tread rubber h tough. %  OK ihockpfOMIiaf thanevei before. • Wider, tlalter tread area gripmart road lr %  and wear* mure lwjy. • The aBB*XO**d All-Weather Head—mih m Notches ft: qua Mopi—reset* ei.ry g| ..I .kid tin.'ughoui iht tyre longer liic. • Kandiome buttressed *idi walls provide protection f kerb damage, and mat cornering Meadicr than youv ever known. INSIST ON GQQD1LAR JUUS GOODYEAR THE LONG-LIFE H AR DEST-WE ARiNG TYRE ITV : %  '-: I -i F \\.\ % %  : %  CO ] ITW.I. Crick.I PilUk Kegrvt Dlj\ In Yiir.oiiii. in-: \\ .1. IVaui For Australia Local \ if mi lies To Get First Root (.hance itv a 8. COPPI\ P I Board of Control has thia augu.t ejected lo more ., % %  :>< %  • %  %  "iitiian tlir present time over their failure lo em*n( with regard lu Ihe s*iec:•• lour Australia later 1 learnt from official sources during m\ | „_ that at Ural II *M % %  the Australian Grfcket i ..'lion of a seventeenth ..HI th.it was delaying the amit>tinccme,iil. WUKRE1.L AND RAMADIIIN EFORE I left I was informed lhat tual nts remained lo be i H %  ha Hoard ....... the no nnol Ixignored. If we thai the We5l Indies CricI moults m conti %  %  w< rrall and Hamadhlfl hut that they have ulreari\ had Everton Weekes and (ly.uWalcott sign on Ihe doited line. %  .HI unpar< Mil. PROFESSIONALS AS A %  THOU M Y oxpt' i ting with ui with Australian amateurs Is that UN controlling foody negotiated with professionals as a body and arrive .icartaln Bgurc '<> tM paid all Wiifo regard to tha Australian] the same bonus was budgeted for Nail H.n vev oa ihe lent Auatrai tint tor %  I'on Rradman. ii it |i true thai tht Weal IIHUM Cricket Board "f Control deloLtleg tn Individual! to bargain with tha prothen they have created %  tttuaUon from whi< Sixth Kegatta Called Off %  t.-wuitafde *i>r y.irht raring and aft. i Fantasy f'eUthe fi| lap. t<> cell <>ft Ihe Sixth ReBd waa very light and the sea smooth. On many occasions the boal ran into calms. The i irt of the race Fantasy, which BBVO HI H<> auntttaa. Wltard lour.' Ranser two ami r"llrt one minute, overtook them all The Tornado Vamoaae gave Magwhi i utes and also overlook her with Trie Sixth Regatta will now be •.ailed on Saturday. April 14 and the handicaps will be the same Savannah Club Tennis Results M1XBD DOIIIIJ* HANDICAP Mr *> M n ii-r.rolt 3 I .1 lo HIM Eileen Bower. r. W Mlf f WUXm %  %  %  %  "Fl\ing Ann" W ins Easlir I I.IIKIH up At Easter Meet POHT-OF si AJN, M racing wan highlighteo %  Part %  %  paaiiHa: i i vios PAM M won sr rlYBADI %  I ed> Foiecaet: ST If l-ulSf loans invhh i. SE -J UI.IIITIMI LAVirTuKik liuuidat SUNN, c roraeaar (IT] Mn\*rroN i .1 II \r AI.I APA il aaihwi CI-Y AWAY > Mohammed i rsrvewi •allAS gASTKB MAMIK \r rr.VING ANN |H r P e-.n— n,(. N T .sS |-*5MYY-\ ASSURANCE %  I ntchTian JOINT COMMAND IJo.pb> TTIBIInalxtn MIXED ri-itll'lJta M„ R a P-ncroIl P Mo OJ) P.itrrwn VI Mr. A. Waran at W. A. Nun*. Foolbull Krsulls WMW %  %  .: %  .: %  .•S.'SSSSSSSSSS. Wm. FOGARTV LTD. Something /Vetr . "SOMIC" MATTING For CAB and FURNITURE L'1'HUL.STKItY. STAIR CARPETS, CARRIER BAGS, Elc. Thrvt' ililTcreul kinds : SOMTHREAD — 22 & 27 inches wide — n S:i.27 & $3.77 per yd. resperlively. SOMC'ORI) 22 inches wide— Nulural and Kimired .i S2.H7 & $3.07 per yd. respectively. „ —27 inches wide—Natural and Figured 'it $3.57 per yd. SOMWKAVF. — 12 inches wide —-if |LM A y;.:: pac vd. — 54 inches wide — tour Australia artlh ihf loam. WHY ANOTHER TOl'R I T HAS BXBN suggested in some quarters that the fact that some silly %  i AxthlU M.nh-y Ml the colour question Is suftli ent excuse for ihe President to be aenl at the expense of the Board ; to smooth over nnv awkward matters that miilht arise in this ewi; "" %  """• Takan .is a whole, the West Indies Cricket Board seems to be I dominated by Mi. Karl Nunaa, tha anojrt unsuccessful West intiio" I Oaptaln avoi to land .1 bwn nrotn the West Indies to Eni;Uind. For ] ma no* II has bean fell, and I share those views, thai his attitude i h the West Indies' cricket public is that of a I sehoolmasler to children What. %  rurwer to ihe present delay, I maintain thai the We.i indies' cricket pubek are entitled to better treatment and I %  ii. Mr. Karl Nunes and his friends should be told ii oeceeaito be deprived of office. AQUATICS ARK IMPORTANT T DK Barbados Amateur Water Polo and Swimming Association plato begin their IBS I league wason in early June. i.e. ifter the foothall season is over This is a good plan as many of the sportm>: public wrx i d in tootbell fere also Intoreeusd In w.iter Pole. Seven, perhi nrttl be entering the league and an ily good season is anticinated Harril itering a school team. Several UtdlvMual clubs hnve suffered losses of their members i who are Harrison College boys, for they will now be representing then school, hut these boya will re)oin their clubs as soon as they leave [ %  Having a school like Harrison College in the league is a natural Obtaining and training young talent, who when thc> have M hool will already be experienced players. Three, possibly four ladles learns will be entering the ladles league, which will beiin at the same lime as Ihe men's league This rpeaks well for I.., ni (ratal p<.lo. as this is the lirsl year that the ladles will 'i playing league a/atei polo. The whole question of Aquatics i* to undergo a change thii year and the Barbados Aquatic Club where the sports take place havr told %  i thai they are willing to co-operate whole-heartedly in .he matter. nan x at in ii>n i i %  •' aiOnmitaini 2. rianaan 1. ClfaM I LEAOI'E %  Alan vnia I, shi'tli*ltl Wln-da> lI -| .1 SI.—, i ll> annoa (raaasi Aihicii. o. poetai nity fl. Middlrsbraush t. . ,N. w. : Ul H-O 1. LlyriiHfVl 1. HiMtUit-BrWI Town 4. Maiiaaaaler United a. Chaliaa I. sutianlarul 0. Aiwnal S 3. Evert on 0. v. nion Wandeivit S, Burnley i.tAOt r. s — aoi IN* as AldemhtH I, W-thud I f rithUm and Hove 1. Teddtn* 1. rwleh T.-II I t-.inert I. Laylofi Crnul 1'jluc 0. I'i-. %  tnryia I Hmitlieiul I'nilert I. i. fn-n u. Ifciitriieiiiotilli I. garter Carries Park Wins Lincolnshire Handicap LINCOLN. March 31. Park to-day won the Liiiiolnshire Handicap. II race nf the K11..I1 .h Mat rat M-asi.n. Newtati Heatii was %  %  f.ni.. With sueatly third over the one mile rour.i'. The liist three were all OUtakiaTS at 33 to 1. 40 to 1 and 6fi to 1 respectively. The French favourite AstroComte De Chambure never chellorjand, Barnes I' !! 1. %  by half a length with two length lamenting the aacnnd and third. —AOiletir I. Dundee United Fmfjr Ai' led 1 Queen ni i • Standard Canasta FIGHTING FOR TIE BISCAKD PILE Br M HAKKISON GKAY I i ultuaUon %  *• % %  po.icyt.. lice.;* tin park Trie I'IVC nirl.in withFOR TME FOrhOlVIM:AUST1N 7 HP., 8 HP, 10 HP. 12 HP. FIAT 500 FORD 8 H.P. & 10 IIP. FORD V 8 CARS FORD V 8 TRUCKS FORD V 8 THAMES TRUCK IIILLMAN 10 II I' MORRIS 8 H.P. & 10 H.P. SINGER 9 HP. & 10 H.P. STANDARD 8 IIP.. 9 H.P., 14 H.P. VAUXHALL 10 IIP., 12 HP., 14 H.P. BEDFORD TRUCKS Ska C.rAERATOR ARMATURES FOR POPULAR MODELS ECKSTEIN BROTHERS li.A.F.A. Council Meets Today '-pllK Council < %  the II A V A meet to-day at a m. al Ihe H.H1 bados Pit", t'luli Headquarters at Higmnson l>ane to discuss ul conditions submitted b) the Pickwick Cricket Club to the It A F A with retards to ihe staging of the 1951 football season at Kensington FHOSFERINE for youthful vigour! Lack of viulitv is a famili-r lympiom %  c-Jay. Nothing really wrung, p.-ople feel, but limply that th--y have lott their normal happy tenor of life. Tluir reserves are K>w. Their i. vanished. They need s ionic. II das) i, y your case—Man takitig ,—"T^, % I'HOSlRRINRloraday \i.\\ PHOSFER1NE begins its g\xsj work by reviving the apperite. This, in turn, suns a whole sequence of bcncfiti. A good digestion waits on appetite. Good digestion conches the bloodstream, feeds tha nerves, builds up strength and energy. Try PHOSFERINB today— for buoyancy! r es ili en c e confidence, to drops of PHOSFERINB equal % Tablets. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS for Oepraiiion. Debility. tndifadJon, Si— p laa a n att i oftw InfliMnio. lakiiiq .iiar.ii your ui toe aame (1ru. be eoni %  I i %  iniriier the %  %  '.in : II md the to which I no BJ in ....,[ nils D Oreikini n i % %  • %  p ar t ner % %  suit %  WSJ ihree Irutnjn il lUaraatles i.ld r iieailahle Hut prefef Ihe umich luriifs Hie R m i. if a bid Is upl lo u>orfc BI a (rap. i. hand: *tiei* t ,,< &f 7a II North opena Oat Spade and l i-t iiie:venea •/Ufa I %  Uiamonda. a old of Two Heart* West may auppo.i Il and NOIUI. with | ii Opening, may p nnot strong enough to bid Three Spades, which virtually la North to bid game. The trap U avoided by bidding Two Spiide* ^n the r*t round and Thiee Heart* on the second tderrby luagcatiriK three-eard Spaee mpoort jnd lengin in rli'iite. south'! strength u %  .Jit %  %  in % %  ; .. :i|* [|,| md can now be -I the Three level —m Spade*, il North hai n. .aid less tijun three llearti, or In ,. \ v lour Spades *vith a stronger hand Ihe suit l.ke-out is usuiilly better; •iWn ,,,u *' pad* and Baat Pauea. south with thu I be in no difficulty. w 1 a J* vpr 'he iutMrquen: bidding, if he responds with 1 Suice fe* UITMI are attempted In minor .nits SouUi'a ,i C lion on % %  wing h(,nd la clearly •> J 10 S B, 4 A i 10 7. North blda One Club and Cast one Diamond. South loi i lump bid in Club*. pill ne ahould Ilrst bid One i cheap and consti active call ih^t will make it tan ii 'he best tin.-il cmiiraci. whether -i be In SpadM, Heart* i luba in No-Tnimps Bonto l| ;->it Cub., il nece***rup lo UM : OB a later round, but .• direct raise to I'liibs ;ut* out the ex change ol ntoriiuitlon. But with an op ning bid of One Spade or c „. Haart, the direct jui.i raiw would bo correct. WORl.; PVtllGHT RKStRVKU limfoa Crcrm Sr'w*t*. V i • DEVON MVKKET >X INS AGAEN Hy tVMlKII T od day of the Union I Which came ..n last Monday, and the third day, yesterday, appear lo throw up -lie colt The Jester II on erratic performer One of ihe leading contenders for the crown of the thr*eyear -old classics In 1952. this big Jamaican chestnut colt does I ao good as I LU iUgM htm in iaftef seeing him race last ChristAfter ihe 'ir-t day :,\ UraVsfl Park, by rearon of defeat at the hands ol Flyaway. I thought he would have had a much more difficult time winning Ihe Easter Guineas. Especially as Paris, who proved capable of winning last Christmas from the D class horses. was also in tl.c race Vrt when the Easter Guineas arrived The Jester II went to Ihe front from the beginning and a/on as lie pleased. In the light of this when I day and heard that he was to carry 130 lbs. against the 1> and E class horses over 7 furlongs. Uiotight he would wm again, if not easy, nevertheless handily. I it.it perhaps, he was only a trifle short of work when beaten by Flyaway on the day over B*B furlongs. But once again the.Jesier let DM doern. On this occasion, more so than on the first day. for he could not even manage a fourth place. Now OH the actual weights The Jester was allowing all those who defeated htm yesterday many pounds in weight for age. although the margin, on paper, appeared to be only the live, one and thirteen pounds which he allowed respctiv. hj lo W.ivecrest and All Babo. *Tyaway and Buddha, who finished in this order. Yet for any threcyear-olci wno is really outstanding Ihls was mil a very saver*, handicap. Not being on the spot I cannot tell how much of The Jester's defeat was due to his being box* ig to the commentator. %  H aaaaaaal C !" B>"*. *• w in a i .tarled and there he remained up to the last lime I heard his name mentioned when the held was rounding the Ural bend stretch. Possibly his rider J. Lutchman ana Imping that ihe Front runners would stop and that he arould gel Utrough Ln some vacated position. But this is just what the front runners did not do and both Wavecrest and Buddha who wen leadi n g early, did not give up easily when challenged. Wavecrest in the end went on to win his first race since last year at this same fixture, while Buddha only gave In to AH Baba and Flyaway at the last moment. Now we shall have to wait until the final day lu see again what The Jester II is capable of. 1 could not rule him out of the classic DtCtUre on this score only, but it does make me skeptical aboul assessing lnm as one equally as good as, or better than. Bed. Wishes. It would also be Interesting to know il the Union Park Turf Club contemplate making Ihe Easier <; pennanent event on thenprogramme, and If so, when Ihe subset i pi urns fur entrance will be closing in the future. Perhaps when it has heen proved to the Trinidad authorities in a few years time, that crcoles are capable ol running %  even furlongs all without having to limsh In a hack canter or even fall down in a dead feint, they will decide lo rnaxa the Trial Stake* in June, either the same distance or perhaps a mile. Then Ihe Derby at ihe end of the year might i along race, M EANWHILE returning to Wavecrest it docs appear as it he is returning to his old ftinn. I %  Saturday before last, he has run better and now with Ihis win. there is littledoubt left. It now remains lo be MMMI if. alter an Interruption of vi many months, he can go on In make the natural progress he should have been making all the lime. If he does. 1 expect hue. to ! %  much better than he now Is. N EXT we come to the A class iroupc. Without being on the spot I still hold thai then must be some uMxpUined reeaon tor l"ont> mark's defeats. I am not denying lhat Devon Market is o go even n verv ood horse. But I cannot*believe that hi is >. much better than a iil Footmark, no mailer how "ripping" his form may be at the i .• moment. If he was he would not be racing in Ihe West Indies nor would he have found any difficulty of disposing of Delhi instead of deadheating with hirn yesterdav. Furthermore 1 cannol fUbecribe to the view that Footmark is only a sprinter who cannot g' -I in furlongs in mud nor a mile on any kind of going m the best company. Bui I might be bialincd to the View thai the reports about his bone trouble may have more U) do With it than anything I I I Time alone will prove this true or false. A NOTHEIt surprising result .vest.idav at Union was the form of Delhi. An old Chilean stallion who should have seen Ihe 1 paddocks long ago. he must have been a tfoo.1 librae In his day if he can still do things ol Ihls sort at his age l^ an e cl e U ) aftei arriving ill Trinidad with a swollen barrel, unquestionable evidence of a long lay off. With such sound legs, stature, and all-round good conformaI lion, it would be interesting, frartl a polni Ol view ol hi ceding, to llnd out what his pedigree is like. Chilean breeding is not to be at in the W.J. if they can produce the winner of a Santn Anita Handicap. I NOTICE that Princess Raaaiyva hai proved me more or less correct in my estimate of her slamina I must also soy lhat so loo was the gentleman who Informed me at iinring side in Trinidad, when she was a two-year-old. that Shamsuildin's (Princess Kassiyya's Sire) get, does not develop till late. What caused me lo think he was wrong twos the lact lhat Immediately after ihis remark Princess Raaajvva .went out and won a five furlong race Whal I forgot was Ihe nature ol the opposition. Looking back at those she defeated on that day their record since then has been poor indeed. Yesterday however, the I'i uicvss was in with 125 lbs. going a mile and in the final stretch it was a test more of stamina than speed which proved her better than Assurance. They ware locked together lor almost the last two furlongs before she managed to forge ahead only by half a length. Yet this was the same tllly who last *t 'he whole racing fraternity talking about her live furlong breezes al exercise. P EIUIAPS one of the most interesting features of the Union Pork Meeiing has been the broadcast by my friend Dr. Steve Bennett. Once a child prodigy at riding he has now blossomed out in another I phjaTSj of racing, at which he promises lo be, if not as much of an expert, then at least unique. Never strong on his locts. (he frequently got Jamaican Guineas and Derby winners mixed up as well as wrong dates for English Derbywinners) yet he has brought to broadeasting an entertainment which I have seldom experienced In listening to commentators from all parts of the world. What other broadcaster, lor instance, has ever described an event as"one hell of a race": Or. for that malter. what man would ever dnre to say over the air that "horses are like women because they are hard lo get ?" Of course he might have made it worse by adding the adjective "good" to both the nouns in that sentence, which I suspect is what he really meant, although 1 know quite a few mortals of the stronger sex who wmild not agree with what Vas actually said. Steve also seemed to have got the luck of the game a bit mixed up with the scriptures when he announced that "the Lord" had smiled on a certain owner because his horse had won. It was also verv i-ilcresting to hear lhat a horse with lop ears looked like Clarke Gable. Not being a woman i had ntver examined Ihe number one hunk of masculine glamour with such precision. But I must say. in fairness lO every horse with a Roman nose, that I disagree entirely with Steve when he says they resemble Jimmy Durani. I have never seen any inuxtJe like thai -Snoizle", Roman or otherwise. As the Yanks would say: "watchit stcveV Mobiloil hacked by 85 year's;experience • Why be aMMBed^rtfea hai than ihe best performance from your c..r> U-e MOBILOIL and keep your wi g un m peak condition—runnaig smoothly, powerfully, economically, mile alter MOBILOIL


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AFRU. l. 1'i.M SUNDAY ADViM \Tt FAOI H\r **<••>•>.><. xitflB WWVk fHtSENlft •:••:->•: % %  ::-: %  :->.:.:.:..:.:.<--. ttarbados Boxvrs Hay RobiilSOIl APR,L NO. 165 | Favourites can come unstuck I [—and here's why Fought Well Mr Louft Lynch Secretary o< UM Barbados Amateur Boxin*. Association who had been in liin.djd acting HI Manager of the Barbados Boxing team which tool part in the Caribbean Box in t .shrplettirned from Trinidad yesterday by W I A j.companied b> hi* M Boxers from Martinique, ligua. Grenada. British Guiana, Trinidad and Barbados took part in the tournament Trinidad's standard of boxing was wy above any of the other colonies The\ won >V1 ol ihe championship, and Martinique A Great Fighter IS* 1 \ Wit IN t'AlVIk %  K\V YORK The Topic of Last Week HI xi two In F A\til i:ui.s 1..I win. Uh should be.iildrrrd IIO.IL %  Tn'f me horse %  be sept gt the 1 t ihej 1.. %  well and n.t. %  nil %  1 a*trait mare alien thas, |het) tillhappen 1 ).-> the nard ra %  n 1 %  %  an a MI %  ilr mm 01 1 Acait-9 %  I [!3 one ih tarsi ind maybe more. fuu Robloson will be unbeatable b> anybody except perhaps three %  en in the entire world Before he met and defeated kr l-.Motta for the middle> weifhU and among U Speaking of the Barbados team. I Mr. Lynch lold the Advocate Whatevai the pUni maybe fo1-eroy Brown fought creditably but stobuison, d i unlikely thai he was out-pointed by a better boaet w,l: ,>0 jnore than one Iwi Lennox Dow-nei who went on to min.tleweights due in the lack ol win the Championship Living** %  "' ***** division. stone Bishop lost to an unpopular "<-' %  beat all of the light decision to the Grenada represenheevlea except possible champion tative while Holder, the Barbados Jl>e> Maxim ,md probably can inHdllcweight was deflnitelv outI"''' 1 all the heavier except classed bj the Fiencbm-u Sinnea' homin. Eaaard Chailea and Jot %  LET IT H W.\ 1 %  in riTH %  %  He *.. : %  %  V I ..I .til1%  1 •.in I The. Trinidad team, he said, had IUM returned bora, the South amen— oivrnpics In Buenos Aires and were all in top form The Barbados Team should have returned on Wednesday but thiry remained over for a longer stay Tratibk ulil give Robin Maxim ii ible and perhaps out point 1' the light heavy chumpti li a fine Uixcr. as good a lx>xct aa Itobmion and larking only Hobtmon* punch. Maxim Boxing fans here would be in| ll( w an edge of more than || V .1 :• %  W. ulr Tlw mm %  %  in ClkiHi. terested to know that plans were in the making to bring Gentle Daniel over from Trinidad to light Kid Ralph, sometime In May. While in Trinidad Mr and Mr* Lynch ware guest* at the Queen's Park Hotel. %  J the r %  Dr. Bertb Clurkr Ilonu* On Holi"". >•> 19S WI. cricket tea pound wh. h ".ouldbean advau %  j Amuiif. 1 the he,-. aarler. surely would be able to I-at Robinson wll .11 d a reasonably goon punch, pllll m rrly 30 pounds the 11 \ eight IAKII* 1 .iki da thi .mc because of hlg puncli and i.-i aithough h< %  vii> thing el.se Those three -Maxim, Ch.nl. and L/HIIS —hoaiaVtf, are the onl .Lin weight arhd aroilli llgiire to win from the new 1Kb %  I 'i>ndi)Wr *t t .... rv njoni i '' ridini rii> tro carcti %  ban u lliik.rd (IDniptll tl (lordon -'-IT ru. hna. Th*p %  %  Q. <&. A. %  %  %  >\hrt %  .•..•..-..-..•..•..*.. %  ..-., %  ..•..-..••-•. %  ..%.•..••.•.•: %  •:":••:•••• %  % %  : % %  :••:••:••:••.••>* %  >•;• British Boxers Get Tough LONDON, There were many members of the boxing fraternity who believed that Randolph Turpin, the British Middle-weight champion, stood rather lens thai, no chance at all agalnit the world champion. "Sugar** Ray Robinson But after seeing bun demolish Holland's Luclen Van Dnm in 41 seconds :o add the European till*.* 1 ours, opinions are being hastily revised. Rooinson has never boxed in this country, bul he has gained a repub tkMi hero as a killer just On what evldanea' Ol thfl evidence of his qul. k ovar se\%  ConUnaaigJ iiuddle-weigbts. Van Dam was one of them It ti.uk Robinson four luuiuls to knock him out. Does th.it form Know that Turpin i'-uld beat Robinson.' I would not .no %  ., %  ajti .1 prediction on that, but the wiat men (and there ara more of them in the boxi'n. fraternity than In any otjiar Una <>i I know) are now saying that Robinson had better watch out. Jack Solomons, Britain's gift to boxing, plans to stage the Robinsnn-Turpin battle II iintain attraction, But before then. Turpin must meet Dave : Australia', lor the Emplra UUe which Sandb took from Turpin's brother Dick by another first round knock-out some eighteen months ago. Sands Is another mighty hitter if I make 1 wary itatement that Turpin hits harder, I do So not as t. self-styled expert but merely as one who has watched them both In action. I haven't the .'llghte'l idea what It feels like -o b4 nil bj either of them, and I nave no desire to find outI just offer the opinion for what it is worth Turpin hits harder than Sands Take it or leave It. The light between Don Cockell. H in llght-henvyweiKht .Hid Uoyd Marshall, the S nicncan conqueror of men like ill... Maxim, and other t) %  i.ily art, lasted exactly 35 seconds—one second for every year of Marshall's age. Farther down the bill Terry RatolUla arid another acajp fas in. baft by disposing of Scotland's by no means inconsiderable. Bill Ratlray. Wntch Ratclitle— he is a future champion. The real action of the evening. : was provided by ('lit* Anderson, of British Guiana, and %¡ Frenchman named Gusiuv l*errol. Anderson drew applause witn a clever display of bobbing and WMVttUJ, but for all his energy and apparent aggrcs^ivencsss. he did not inflict much dam.. opponent. In the last round the IVtnehnuui came out lgbUn& a. they -ay in bcxlng literature. His previous efforts had consisted of Und W l huge wailDpl some three feet m rroni 1 r Andei wn*i m %  ticns which, if they did nothing else helped 1 1 i k*ai omt ol ttv cigar smoke away from the ringside. But this time he meant business He not only meant ithe delivered it A right swing (how else could one describe if) landed on Andersan's jaw, and the oeaOund boy went down The hell saved him a couple of seconds from the end of the round, but it was clear that he could not have risen, anyway. The referee declared a draw, and in the circumstances it wai undoubtedly the wisest deciiion. A ho the turned yesterday morning by the CieUito on his first visit since that lime. He was accompanied by >us London bom wife and they will '.lutuj; for three months' h.,lid.i> siujing with his oarents Mr. and Mrs C. E Clarke of Palm Beech, HasUtuni 1 Speaking of the last visit of the West Indies cricket team to Eng-I land, he said that Ihe fast bowlers, 1 unlike the usual We-i Indie. "'" pacers were not the spearhead "*ffi*' of the attack, but It was left to '> the aptnnen Valentine and Rama%  ' dhin who really took over the mantle and did most of tat dani age. This is n conaiderablc trlbut to Robinfon, deeaita the lack a class among liL'ltl. (.real Kibbler II* Is one of the in ai eg in the insfoiv of M.VIII. 'nl Ing him |Knmd (or pound I %  whatsoavai I true thai most of hioppi ad >! mo juiKiung b^Vs, but his n vlnruic wh) 1 he mit indicate! e/bal bt aotuaUv fj, • in ow 1 LaU 'M.i foe thu 11fht lltlo on Wc. %  1... February 14). .. %  I en 'i beet i>x He could not nighwah TOEGAMBOLS H> however ihouht that if the Wet Indies were to win in Australia, they must have some good fast bowlers as It was those bowlers who got the wickets in the Tests. The spinnerbardh got any Re ltd that UM nailing of the V 1 and Ut when he were something worth while seeing. Marshall, he said, came on vr> well in the end and was most unfortunate not to have gained %  erection In tin' end i.p La Mot u but in the 131b 1 id UiMott.i ready tot ihci kill u,hen il was stopped. Ihamong the hc.st lighterdL ln the liuaineti to day ,1 wonder full.il bOKOI and he can bit With lOrtalderabll pOWei ami ha: and all round < la HO Is a better tighter than i'"'y a mat rne namng 01 me .,,. %  oarfrjrSS^^wliC! (U r *'" CatntntleT. tfS Snipe. IT'<•• Pi tr simmon*. That sounds like sacrilege %  ,Bid let's not forget llial I'ltz livid aid fought .n Asked about life In England, he wl ich has become beclouded %  said that he thoroughly enjoyed time and maybe UMQ wen.': .1 living there ar one could find so good in those days as sii| many things to do, like going tn We an skip that, bowi the theatre, concerts, grid Uunfl lUel" the Ite 'eemlngly tndu!**• Unit bitable fact that the 135-pound While in Barbados Dr. and Mrs Robinson 1 the beat lighler of Clarke will be celebrating their these timeand undoubtedly Urtbdayi which take place early *wiid master all save pertain 1 Ih as well as their third Charles. Louis and Maxim He weddtnj anniversary on April might beat them too. **• — I.N.S. This Week's Table Tennis TDK Iniei-Club Division 2 Table Tennis games for this week ire as follows.— __ Tuesday 3rd PoUot Vg Foundation. 6.00 pm Lenville vs Fox, 6 00pm. Rama vs Malvern 7.30 ,. Y.M.P.C. vs Rvorton, 7.30 p.m Thursday 5th Aquatic vs Y.MCA. 6 QO p m Hampton vs Fox, 6.00 p.m. Police vt Y M PC 730 p.m. Kverton n Maivein. 7.30 p.m Sulurduy 7lh Malvern vs Foundation, 6.00 pin Y.MCA. vs Lenville. 7.00 p in Hamptoa tn iiama, 7.30 pm. 1 UuaSara apr i Bsoax %  Kltik AWI.1-H' III,iMd" • %  ni in.i>, .W-.nh* in, Mr%) .. %  An.! uliiii." %  %  Ang in 1... I v l-Uir %  %  I'rlH wl 1 IrTl 11 .Uihi.n %  Anotha* id.i-i la imnp up 1 0 %  ••• %  Our ln,tri .1 1,11..1 Hi II ..1 1 %  1 S.n* M -..I %  It Ih. IHMM 1 %  1 %  %  A n sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM 10-hAVS NEWS HASH KKUisll ,\HMV 1. HUM. 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I' Mil SIX BUNDA1 Anvoc.VTi: M M)\V. Vl'lill. America's Barbadians Who Greatest Editor Want To Go Away IhJ TROUUE By ALLAN NEVIN %  tper* have" always pin •• """"* .*'' .1 and political role Mi Hale's < xcellent volume lies do fu ::., editor. Who %  % %  < journalists — essential Greelev to thai marvel James Q>i-don Bennett. Willi-m | 0 us marriage of man an JoMPk Pulitaei in inH* Jmtmrs F. Hrntlivvuifhr PARIS S V night Sirii Mohammed Ben team Suit.*"%  %  few weeks hundrcb a revoluU %  Oulcmas. or w,se men ai d women have been pi of the island'* amble 1 u %  ** prophesied W I tfaa Employment. pt.se into the hand* of pnuni would be rumour, of war In the Agamy at Queen', park with a proprietors nn.i :4 "L ,CBr ? \^.',h ve*r of h vim i" etntpataU t.. the United This week, in the 24th year of sine. s,fl,( s fur work n fcoPW **•* Aland's Salvation the leign, 20.000 bearded warnur* ^^{^•What You Should Know About Your English And W Cars p. me,r expeewnons w,„ ma.en..e. |( ^ ^ ..^^^ ^ ^ ^^^^"J . „ much from tni-i volume aDout Barbados with Its large papulaIhr poet .migration habeen the Fubal demanding thai he should Miipajalrm that of CH,, i Bd ,,„„ illu| m ., nv „., lHumu „ ( nj nlvatlcn of UlM Wand || k, duavow the lsliul-1. the extreme "' I A. ivs looked forward to chances pravtdad ithM i the colony's NatranaUrt party, which was I .,.',.. founder oi the ...%  eh) icn tM c.„,i-ralioii for |ta people to redundant population and ha i, aklne trouble with France, or Nea Vert Trifcaae and .u edtf bring about nl„t Tima and aea.n ffiver. .." U,, from 1841 to 1871. had. laid, the man;indeed, one ofJhc ver> greatIKe BdV enturouB islander has park spirit and resourcefuln.-s of the Bending to their wishes, the eat of the world? newspaper„, hij| runlch „,„, uulu lnlu ,„. Bi-rbadian. Sultan ended his months* long men Perhaps Mr Hale mi Ml unkn(1W n. win, me assuraec that ,. n. u ,{ w ,th France v and dlasociatcd of Ida one-voUitic he would ^ ab c hercoy lo ,,.,_ It bag been said by his critic A RE you content with the way you speak and Why So Many Student* Recommend write? Are you aura that you arc not making '_ mistakes that cause people to underrate you? i _„ t -, ^1 I tiio Effective Rnfliih Course Never has the importance of good E n g l is h : — been more widely recognised than to-day. If you i can express yourself persuasively and forcefully | Manv students say that the moderate fee charged you have an immense advantage in your business | for the Course is the best investment they have or professional work i well i %  social life. had laid th I Americai ImoRl:;. I uiir.ble begin till picturesque personal j n the MS participation in polltiral bu'sraphy. he could not cow b"ih pro ^ ne economVc" positioni of >al lhc Barbadian does not like party affairs and large share In the luslory of the founding atid n | m making the Republican Party, and development of the newapap %  I ideas, have aQ played a th. i. f ttl editor At any part In forming the C.ret U i i ,te. In the pages of Hal. i%  but, above all, his sheer tde Trlbaae does not en.. Itowcr as un editor has newspaper with all the glonoul imself and family to emigrate. The ovcrwhelmu.iSomething like one hundred *Va* d by the history >ears ago. Governor of the o>lpi th* past shows Ihe contrary to crv made the provocative stalehe the ease The Barbadian may mem that "pestilence or emlRra't i <• verj keen on %  ettllhsj par seems to be the only a Itemsn.anently outside the island, i it Dim his imposing place in vigour which Oreeloy gave It Vr j" ive lo "Vtarvatlon in the event!"< %  ( the nation's memory. Book aftei \$ u r 20 years, in one of ihe nIW Qr ^ WQ ^ d reasons lor the bave itum ara :il>out him, of whi< I es of the nation';: life. .„„__ roo ,_ h , i,i anr i •• *ttnct*d by rrfaaae ke M the United 5U * r cFOu l ,niR Uvlflll %  ^^ r^Ai*.KK*u DnBftBAAai WA^ -UA**A 11,1%  ie. Many tiie United StatM high standard if dtate i (ireelev Voice of the PeopV Harper and Brothers in New York City. Is th.latMl perhapa, he will have %  hat full-length blogrnphy. ample in detailand full of quotations ttera and newspaper writings—a generous two-volume work—which alone can do him h la special studies like .1 A Isley's book "Horace Greeley and the Republ.anpaal to students and a succession of one-volume biographies such as Mi Hala'l taaUfy to the general £' public interest. Hi Male's compact, swift-paced atory r C.rcelcy's life, based ith a'ooweT never IwferGovernor Rawson had nw' in this eounl 0t soon aftei the .holer. It Is to be rdgretted though, 11 at .^mic ol 1854. an epidemic th..-. than I no reoiarkabje entbjlal|| end Oreeley was the sou) of ihe had the melancholy effect of n %  i^rmanent emigration New Verk TrfWne during the labouring population schemes like Vieux F<>rt and S**lbv thousands ram are concerned. There Ie mP" araetey made his newspaper Thc nineteenth century had need to go into the reaaons a great power partly by virti.e ., m _., ril(1v nrICUSO of pop U ia. that may have made the-e of his own gifts his passionate, J(pn ^^ was tQ mean lna) the M h|1|Tir> unattractive or deaUni I garnestness. for m defeat proh i em of equaling population to failure. It u a fact, however, Ot victory his idealism never ...;,!.„., _.____i_ _____•.._„ ..... ihm i-„ n nagged, hb. dadlcatlon to a few %  r< ..t pi lacJplea, ot which himself from the Istlqlal. Zoo And 40 llurses Today the 41-year-old Sultan his full title Is Sidi Mohamineo \ C-liph Commander of the Faithful, tmir of El Mounemlne —mi picking early spring blossoms in the orchard of his l>alare. : tll..rgr white luiildlng on the same hill as the 8uin' orchard General Alphonse Juln France's tough Resident-General. ,\-mlnina: plans to reduce iltan's power of slavery wai the chief; Ins keen instinct for no* IbM would interest the plain fanner, tpa aountry tton ki eper, the nf. eterh and ha ability that the Barbadian will emigre*** any part of the world where lie This growth of population was to can work for attractive wag %  . n.i'ke the survival of the people a even though he shows a natir A'ilhout economic opportunity, w ,. Ie get steadily wi,:-c uno woi *'** Tl... n.i...iHi —• m .m iUllj.1. Id abolIhorotujh study of manuscript us supply much ol lhat \ n-inted sources, has special self, and his areal i he tJthor has digested his writing He had. M .... .us materials admirably, and t'" *dltor of the New Verk ed a clear uiiierstandi.n; F.vealni Past. K. I, Godkin. lev's outwardly simple bur wrote, "an English style which complex personality, and t T vaattn has given us a weil-wntten narra and simplicity has never been (ii.which never for page !oses surpasee ( | exce] I by Cobbett." His knack foi nunming (William Cobbett, the up a given situation In a few crisp centuiy British lournalist and sentences is worthy of C.ree\ey reformer himself. Again and again he illuIn part, Oratlcy made Ihe %  man or an episode w.ih Tribune %  great power by enllst%  ORte mg a writing staff of unprceeunpublished letter of the editor' dented distinction; Charles A "ana. Margaret Fuller. Soloir the most familiar of storkfounding Of Hie Tribune, for Riplev. u .d Ja matter of considerable difhcul' Put the conditions thus presented birth 0 t kill the spirit of ' people, but lust lough enough to call out whal was best in them to return to Ihe land of hi Outlet* Closed news hlmtalcnt. (or "SeolMnaii Of W.I." The Barbadian has wllh justi liealioii been called "The Scotsll. ...I.t .nnlh """ un OffVIl CHIH-tl 1 (l OiVI?,?.' !" ss'":',v %  ""'*• rat-" i" v~ It was during thi lean ,vc: following 1930 that >ulleL< emigration which previously Uted became clofccd. To .idd to difficult situation, many Barb dlana who had emigrated t" distant lands were repatriated to their homeland I o)xpe> '-.i that in the* •Itances the socinl situation in The Sultan ia>'; he would like U live s reliring simple life. Yet ke loves good living. There are 48 ears In in garage He has a private zoo with lion* and eteptualu. There Is a swlmmlns pool In each of his palaeei Fes. Marrakesh. Meknes. Rabat, and Casablanca. In ins stable are 40 thoroughbred horses. IJut the Sultan prefers to dri' i-lmself through the streets in Jeep. He Insists on keeping his own household accounts and pays lor all the bills himself Married A Cou.iin Mo than 250 women live in e i :nls. Some are ladies of the old Doaa your English enable you to appear at j your best on all occasions ? Can you express your ideas fluently — and correctly ? Are you sure of your pronunciation and spelling ? Why You Are Judged by the W *y You Spe ak and Writ* Your English reveals you You are Judged by the way you express yourself. Is it not a fact lhat you Judge others by their speech and writing? Just as >ou are favourably 'mpressed hv "* man who has a ready command f correct, polished and citwi.v. speech, so vpu receive an unflattering impression of the man who fumbles for words and Is obviously uneasy about his English. No matter what ability you may possess In other directions, you are giavely handicapped if your English is defective. Every day—every minute—you run the risk of Icing unfavourably iaa*a**a How You Cn IMPROVE Your ever made. It is not surprising therefore that numerous people enrol on the recommendation of Regent pupils. You will enjoy taking this famous Course. You will find thet the lessons .-.re so fascinatingly written that the study becomes as engrossing as a recreation. Beat ef all. you will have the ranfidrnre that springs f.-nm the knowledge that you are making real progress with each leaeen. How You Can Study tiiis Course in ENGLISH in Few Hour* lhc virtues of hardiness. %  £""! *houW l** century, the people began lo beravior' Oaoran "*" themaalv**, The opportunities Pike lo ,or emigration that occurred were example, he gives them The biofjaphy la particular!) good on two aspects i i OBJ* hitherto uneV. emphasi.' neglected' a] ideology and his pe: oVsma at k life Mi Ran %  right in saying that < %  tandards of 1*60 Greeley"* t i„'. Tribune's ragularij paid Out ould often be considered „f-[own corrorondents numHe followed many a bered 3R When any given cause . II o'-tlie-wisp, to he sure and W1U to be supported (and the i nmenf with Fourlei Tribune always championed an eighteenth century phllM1( cauaaal the journal could predle*M cm %  wri ol ., mto action with %  % %  Utopian %  :..ii iv. was a rid' blazing like %  battlecruUar at .-hock; bul ho. had a liealth coast. And ittcn realiMieatlachmcn: .,.. %  form in all its phases wh'ch m i editors, tsecl to flghl but mdomitu% % % %  : %  I .N-. Which ha considered danger..'to |fj rtaVg new b(->k Bl the public interest, anil Q, pronounced Ul* best of P lod %  Adnit exploitation of woman and the ealaiUng blofraphlai of GreeChlldrm workers, against 'i | rv „ work w hich throws new Of alcohol, and against crooked i lR h t not ,onlv upon the man but his time, and a delightful readwell crtninous When then .1 orufBn hurbados but in vai ioi ul the Caribbean. It beenme cTrar to many that the absence of emigration was & contributlnu factor to the feeling of unrest an. u t during the war the United while %  pedal mi respondents < p|>oitunilies to emigrate and thev Si. -,., ,ann' lo her a I throughcut the United states and went out to various parts of the ffarbadians were able to go a-id rurrdahed aticles f I world, Tn*y secured positions as type that have in.fortunately, servants in the Eastern United almost dteanpeaic.l froi Btatea, labourers in the various day journalism Even In 18M colonies of the Caribbean, and as rhmiltiiral workers in Cuba. Haiti Jjm.iua. Trinidad. British Guiana end Central America perhaps to he nar e,„. To the astonishment of many. Sidl Mohammed recognises only one wife, to whom he is devoted. She is his cousin. He married her when he was 19 They have two sons and three daughters. The eldest is 21 yearold Prince Mouly Hassan, win came to Paris to study. There Is no rertalnty Prlnn Mouly lUvtaii will succeed hli father as Sultan, as the ruler Ii chosen by Uie Oulrmaa. th. vlslers and the chorfjs (descendants of the I'rophrO ark in the factories of the Nonh Th *' p c ^ nl Sul,tl V s n t t£ d *"" and in the plantations of the South. *" of the former Sultan. The "jue to tradition UlM* people arm I."'''' sl lrt sons ha hcvn 1, a >>, n \\ back llnanclal relief to thell needy ,. l ? 1 J„ ,n P5? u 0 u 1 ,,l "nsuitable" ilatives at home Without this outlet. shud u i rn b P ki. I_JI... v-i .v ders lo think to what flight the It i piobibly indisputable that ^i,^ „ f h/1 .wmu^ mi.,HI r.i.ihartlans played a not mconslderfcblc part In the building of the Panama Can.d l>uiii|g th' In the ti til Hal S ato the hou.sck. I | I : %  %  editor as his wife 1 neuro* %  • child after el The editor made a conlidair of ; lc The gympathy and upxtaratending of Margaret Fuller, the brilliant lecturer and have bean reduced As it Ihe exodus to America was again lo bring a large m I 4 l ..,..., of the praaent century they pority to the island. sent back fiom Panama UOUsaBl poundi to relatives in tbs '" View of what emigration has Island. On. Dead bajdly potnt OUl uchieved in the |>a:t. Ihe though: the iremendmis effect that this "'1 Barbadian continues x u hooe %  Panama money", as It was called, '.hat the opportunity which at Ihe economy of the present it gee ma win !>• %  Offered island. It is an inherent-desire of to men and women, uill aspno the Barbadian to have his own bring a welcome m**fure of rehe: piece of land and his house, and to the island, the many Into whose hands th' WHALE OIL "Panama money" found itself. time in acquiring both. Often the price Ol the land thev bought was far In excess of its real value but this did not deter them The necessary exchange was made and the* became the proud own OSLO. Mnrch 30. The Aigenline land whaling station at Orytvlken in Sout.i i literarv critic of Georgia reports a totnl produc It I* not un exaggeration to sav irihune. meant much to him. tion of 33,700 barrels of whale oil thai ianomn money wns largel But for Ihe most part his domes'-ic ( Hying Added to this ^ Ihe fact thnt oin po| is expanding and Iron t inpto time Ortfe an migrant Taldng ail thee* tbingi mto con slderolK ii. the situation at prcsc-t tppears to be grim indeed. The solution to the prototani s emigre evolution which has always been n made guriled as vital for the survival -Heeler. by the Deane Commission o! 193J the pconle of Ihis colony TO WARD 0:F DLCAt Ipana for teeth Ipana. 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-I Mi\Y APRIL I 1931 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAf.E 31 VI.N FESTIVAL GEMS you could buy tho lot for just £20,000 Al III. i am in.1 IIAHTUORIIS rUAMoNDS worth £2;ul almost an inch thick Said Sir Ernest Oppenhelmci*. chairman. Anglo-American Cor porat ii>n of South Africa. Limited. "It is the fines' diamond In colour I have ever seen." I nknntri* rfit#* A NEW gem. as durable as a diamond but not so beautiful as a ruby, emerald or sapphire. has been found by Irish and British experts. lu value" Said one of the experts. Mr. R. W. Anderson, in London: "Wi don't know yet whether it is worth very little or oil the money In the world." 4 More Than Good Measure A 11. This week-end, our three main theatr. s are givinR ihe public some of the finest cinematic en.eruunmefu we've seen in many a day. It can truthfully be said of each film that it is outstanding in its own way and has be*n hailed as such by expert critics. In the realm of adventure, there talking mule. Under the dominau> Robert Louis Stevenson's beUon of his almost human longloved story -TREASURE lSf-AND', eared friend, he has great difn%  uperbly produced b> Walt Uisney. culty 1 persuading the Com "ALL ABOUT EVE" has been minting General of the verae.l. PENCILS out lor the oartword acclaimed as a brilliant satirical of hiMatements concerning the Journey f 1 o m DILEMMA drama and the beat film produced mule's ability to talk, and when imer circle) to CLOUT (centre' in 1950. and for a whimsically the Ceoeral finally converse* Vou have to get there by arranthuiiHiu.ii'> presentation, there is with the animal himself, in one "** i h words in the circle in FRANCIS', the story or an Army of the most amusing aeSSMt, the su '' h a *' %  > In" h relationship mule who can talk and who helps Army doctors are just aboubetween any one word and the lo win the Burma campaign, but readv to commit him to psycho i** 1 * l governed by one of six who nearly wrecks the American too' Anyway, it all come* i ght r,ll '* No rule may be invoked Army in the doing of it. Tlien. In the and, except for O'Connor, %  ** %  ,h n ,WK '* consecutively, just fur extra good measure, there who, as a bank clerk in civilian -Wore you begin remember is also a Walt Disney True Life life, still ha* difficult v In explainl !" Adventure .short. "BEAVER VAl.ing hiv relationship with Knincls. I' u *' r ut * V*">9 "-dp 0/ Riga LET', an excellent nature drama who is now living *ilh hi* old w !i" ro e wt,h ""lie on a riper. and a fascinating storv of wild life. pal. and .ipparentlv. talking too '"'1' ^'-rnrd from thr nde My job this we-k is not too easy, much to suit me neighbours. "I 1 1 wied* inside a1 thoroughly enjoyed all of the-> Skllfulh directed and % %  iii.ill films and I am fully aware that my a* akttfully acted. FRANCIS U 1 nil r* ONIY ON! SOAP GIVIS YOUR SKIN THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE Your .km will b. [Hh.nmrJ d as,.ably dainty from r*od..o.lo* If yoo balhe with tfogront CnhiMn 6ou.uet Roowty Soop. PIRIUMfD BliUir SOAP the /ace of flu slock may possibly run out. or become t lenly 'pentive before I finish. Be that >hould be rUt riVE-PIF.Ct 81'ITt. 1 — All the dla>ncmii tajatWM in a deaion o' luctuvrk effsctLondon Bxpre^ 3frv.ee A > Margot forty and [ brought hot ihe ro! as it may. I am going to take the pictures in alphabetical order instead of reviewing the one I consider the best, first, a* each Is so good of its Yinri. "ALL ABOUT EVE" %  ALL ABOUT BVE". showing a; tea tmpue Tneatre is, as I have said, a brilliant satirical dram. win. a star.studded cast. Betlo Uavts. Anne Itaxter. Cieorge Sanaa. Oa ftat a Hohn. Gar* Merrill and others Highly soi>i polished to a degree, it Is an ab*orblng drama and presents excellent theatre created in the medium <>f motion picture. The plot concerns a temperamrntnl nctress who has reached the glittering heights of success. She uefri.nds a young girl, whose ecrvt ambition is stardom, and too late, realizes that the younn •opirant has menacing designs on bar own career. Belie Davis, a* the first lady of the Amer.can Thealre plays her greatest role. hole mil) favourite with the the actress who is over I to whom it 10 cruelly I ine that sh >s to,, old I I" he is playing. Iiei I *^ e is a memorable one I whose In„r first week filming was made doubly iwrforman-— • lifficult when a storm blew up and Anne Baxter, as C' the Santa Marl, rolled and tossed nocent chanii and soft ... m heavy seas off Bridgetown. One w ,i her unscrupulous and ruthless evening the lonn boat came adrift. ,,ians does an amazing piece of and one ot the seamer. Peter acting, and though you'll hate her. Roach, had to climb out on lo the her cleverness will fascinate you. vaid-arm and Jump into th P sea No dim of this kind would be comwllh a life-line in order to resp i 0 e wt Ujout the ever-presem cue It. Broadway critic, and in the hands It may be n synonym ,* the ihut prece.ir. H It may be achieved by add_ ... .4ie letter to, subtracting one J letter from. 01 changing one letter in the preceding word. t II .iy be cssorlatetl with the precetimg word in a saving, metaphor. 01 association of ideas n f>. It may form with the preceding word u name of 1 well-known Ipcraon or place In facl >i flcttoa !%  a—oel a ted with the 1-cediliR WOl'd in the till.in |eeUon oi %  book, play, or other %  ucesjagion af jrordg May—Gay~Cuy— Fakes—Takes—Steak — VMM THE WHOLE TOWN S TALKING AIOUT, ^CHEMICO ^JB HOUSEHOLD CLEANSES "PENNY TEST*' HV IT TM4Y— Here's a quick smy lo pnnc how easily and efltocMlv %  tit Mil Ocleans mstal l.ih a link HI \IK Oonadullpcnn^.io' 1 t"i-'U and f how Nilliaiul. it i>"ii dOMM VNWMVVHp.s'fUIIMI* ti ckam pmccLiin. nka, glaM. lino, p-intwufk. fi., —ih c^ual saw. DutllSilKH* (HI COUMTV CHSMICAL CO LTD. SHiaiFY IIIHINCHAM. >NC1NQ TREASURE ISLAND -* COLUMBUS "TREASt'KE ISLAND ttobe.t Louis Steven-,: plelely ta inaUng lale of adven1 une. THI-ASUHa: ISLAND Lluying .1' l'i.. it is an ..!•*,.Intel., up ion Lattr ,h. Nln. blew Ul h.r f' *W* f"*". **, "S uSd'JjJ.i m K DM SraMDt' W and w. mining In the SJE* .."'_ K-V!. !" "",, U>^ wi pl*rllil. Ui.ubtlp This %  11 Orlbbnn lor mote lhn l*ityZEZL^TtT'm '20Z.J1 !" m" "" '"••""' u "" "vmlui IN order lo ensure aulhnnlenj Udc*: Ihe S.nU M.rl. 173-lon four hours llore bein, diMf'' %  '•> '" < '^"ij? T; "" ..u.her. of Ih. ortgln.! for Christopher Columbus, Ihe rnlta of the ..ulorors ll. a slup. ,ed by %  sea rescue plane A final '" !" '" } '"' h '" n "' u u,JuT ru ""'?• "* %  ""' l,h ""' '"ZT star, and lilm makers u.yelll nd the NlM. 122-lon companion stx.ke of Ill-fortune came when Sn,SJT !" 31.**9JKS!S "i.5S %  "< •'"! ""*". expeuenced b some oB.000 miles by land sea and vessel. Although completely anthe S*nt Maria was burnt out at thentic In design and rigging, the Barbados—a total lots all began when Producer sl "> ere fitted with radio Iran niiii Merrill 1 Holn n. deli throughout hi; characterization. Oary Vh.".m..fi .nbin-boj,' who Mil' 1 Ihe director and Olcstc .,. Ul ,„.„„ Jlld p,,.!,, lo dl1 the author's wile are |ani la> ds .11 search of MrM ...%  both excellent and Miss Holm's luasui" Hillllantly mounted In Frank Bundy and Director David m r " ,,d '"'!'"' ,^J, !" maioritv of exterior scenes had natural charm and loyalty 10 Technicolor, each lamiha, i,u,. Maedonald flew out to Ute Was. J" '^ ^SS^SS ve^c ~^> *'• ""• ,!l """ re ""'" a S, ^'" ,r " •"% 1 "'" 1 W and scene besomc Indies in search of location sites, %  •engnt.ng sprinklers and were -• t Thtt, ,hcy me, Cambridge gradu" %  "" h '** l2 h <"'' ^fh-Ukingl, b^.u.ifuV' coTour Ihoto(traphv ever screened By this lime however. -de Douglas Taylor, who had mar"*"*' lied a lovely young Carib girl and T^sk of manning Incm wn\ "fl become the "uncrowned king" o( Adrian Sellgman, wnr-flimc the reserve on the Island of DomlR.N.R Commander and Master iina where the remaining 400 Mariner, who in 1936 liegan Ml Carlb Indians now live. He immeround-the-world voyage in the diately offered his co-operation, barquentine Cap Filar. He gathand permitted the C'anbs to reered together a score of seamenenact the roles ot their ancestors, adventurers, seven of whom had who had welcomed Columbus to sailed with him in the Cap PUar the new world over 450 years beto take the pan of Columbus' fore. craw. To film scenes of the voyage There were dramjtic—and danwestwards. reproductions of Cojerous—momcrfls. while shooting lumbus s vessel were built in Barscenes of the voyage. During ihe Letter From A Pen Pal Thanks c o Telephone Exchana Scarborough, Tobago. Dear Sir. I must thank you very much >or advertising my name In thi paper* Sir. I got four from B Their letters are M-..1U ploi ao they auks an* ''• 1 %  '' ,|1 "" lie If nut Hoping I weuld be able to kee| i corresponding with Uk would like and 1 wish to Vtatl that beautiful island of llarbados some day. Yours truly, JOSEPHINE MatKAIH.ANF IN A SCENE from the film 'Christopher Columbu". soon to be scan lacally, the explorer faces ai< mutinonn crew aa Utty Uneaten to kill him .ul.--he turnback to Spain. Sucoessfol in Bis efforts to qtwll the rebels. Cgltimhuw continue* Ingreat voyage of di-covpry Scentof tlif discovery it*elf were photographed In BARBADOS md Dominica, as miiy will recall. The atmosphere of Ihe film !• and calourfully enc of Jealousy, hunt* wit. envy St< venson could ever h..vi snd sarcasm offset by kindness, edl*ng Jnhn's parrot with hi '"' %  and friendship. Subtle, raucous squawking of "Piece: epitonme of all th,. qualities iiscribed to him by the author. Bobby Drucoll's Jim Hawkins a" a Uardy, manly fellow, full oi apafaagi *nd knowledge beyond his years, but self-reliant an. 'i.'W .t , UIIIJ III.III mil..uked 'ii an adventure of this kind. should be. Maatat Drtaooll holds remarkable manner ith aetOli "1 many years more perlencc. and his light on ih. in the n!Ki"K ot the Hr lola. with the dendly pirate el Hands la thrilling to and rine of the peaks suipcme In th.whole dim Ba il iydney as Captain Smellett itypical of the men who I 11 lied out the lra-1llH.il. ..f the British Merchant Service, whil. the pirates are as violOtU and iiurderous •. any ana aile,( ihe %  • %  The ngfll .if UM st uphold the high standard of cling set l.y the principal*, M A 'ml, more cannul be said Setting_s for this exce,.'oml iilm are authentic baekgrt>ui>d>m England, .md the music played l.y the Royal Philharmonic Orrhestra, under the expert batoi of Muir Malheson, creates fine ld '> atmosphere. •• A vividly leaushr film. wish TREASURE ISLAND is a masterpiece. Don't miss It' Snowing with TREASURE .ituatlons. trenchant dialogue and EiilhC Piece* of Eight'", Blind jsi.AND ii HEAVER VALLEY. >ife.sire characters, together with ~ superb acting and direction make 4.LL ATtOUT EVE a MUST on sour Urt of fthp* delivery of the Black Spot. a most f-iselnatlng picture a token of .loom, to Billy Bones at wild animal life The Heave. tl„. Inn; Young Jtm Hawkin's WJU selected ns the prlacipal in dlsK-overy. while hidden in the this film lieeause of IIK love of apple bni-l. that Uie crew are industry and his family life, but planning lo seize the H*apa>niola many other animals and birds crazy old Ben Gunn; the bloody play their various rOkM, meludlni; batUc for the -lockade and the the predatory coyote, the playful comedies 1 final discovery of the fabulous utters, a black bear, bijaguda on David ireasure. -md ducks, and a gsnup of frogs "FRAtfCIS" FRANCIS, playing at the Globe Theatre, in one of the most re. frrshiugly different nave seen. Based Stern's whimsical tale of a talk The cast Is truly exceptional which contribute one of thi ii.g mule, it is an intriguing with Robert Newton as X-ong highlights of the film — the f..r.*-comed> and wonderfully John Silver and Bobby Driscoll Frog Symphony — which must -nirrtainlng from start to finish, as young Jim Hawkin* glvm*. lie eeniuii*ii>eliegti:d. A highly imaginative story ia amazingly fine performances. M'. Most of you will remember well told and finely interpreted Newton's Long John is unfoiSKAl, ISLAND that was shown with Donald O'Connor as the gvttablr He is villain^u*. dOtnChristmas week — the fin.1 film innoeenl and confused second ineering. sly and incredibly m this Disney series. BEAVER lieutenant who is alternately malevolent, but with an unm,'VAU.EY is even letter than praised as a hero, and committed taksbie streak of kiiume's that, and I not only recommend to the psychopathic ward, when beneath. Stomping nround on it most highly, but I wish It were he insist* that the credit for the his old crutch, his parrot on Ida POUBasl to have more films like success of his exploits Is due to a shoulder, leering wickedly, he Is It. maMenjbm dm Wake aac i|uiosv...lliiilieanVs m lo%el> 1 Detigner lialIIIIIIH i llicui. Wlial could be lovelier'' Onlv my ligiin-...-o |irel!\ in inv Maiilenforni* bra. I never %  Irctimril thai I OOOld IHSO rnivr-.uie, aa secure.'til I diwuvrreil Maiileiiform!" II M'.i t-Jitl .. ilrram ..I a Mini.-, ><>u'll want Maidrelurm Ut*%. Shown sfjliaaliml 4Bi Wi*. JUM BSM a| %  tailed lollerlion ul Manleidorai Mjle*. OlBBaBi Tfstdmfnm lira*-!"*""-!-• %  <-l in |ke sfaaaadasssswl liaavka -i-i-b, ,.. iimnrJ: laannsnaa mi ilisga bvadtt UsJaaaaTetai Wa, I hen .. /Tnaidetl 7vmi (ur BW Type of 1 ..-. l\e% Mfinbm Welcome to Joan King. "Horace VIHe". Green Hill. St. Michael Doaothg LoaUt, I-eterkins I^nd. Upper Roebuck Street. Phi II is Hamblln. Taylor's Gap. 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si \l>\\ \l\ll I IMI SI NOW AI>\iK'.\TF. I'.U.I NINE Oi> of the famou." art is'* of the dav t.ll IQ be loui 1 m UM streets of Paris. Now. her beauty %  on, tha old woman wander frem cafe to cafe, dancing aw .* my.tr 1/ Irv a few francs One ilM !K-I id" "Queen of Mm they butfh i n T. u still beautiful and s--.il dtfnj it is no longer the i>ala thai it v.js The K "Hi nets IMVV run wild thOUfjl tinCVOIUVJ r.f Royal i ut sun raatfnttl the house itself *howa !,ifns >f decay. The rooms, once majni.l ccntly fumltbed, in <"-npty no*, and n the enormous ballrr tm i has been OocetMO ' ] %  Sl r %  j> of the t .i ira ,.f Failey Hill t* Grorjrian. and In 1*1 rl.c CaiibtM-ai, A W wr tes: "The ma vival f ihipnrtod b L bull! in 181U. Km again the accent is on flattened wdm, bul with rusticated surroundii to Iho window opening so as to break the play of the sunl phi and ghn texture to a lather plain facade. The house contains some attrar rrtaanporar* Intarfai Royal Visitors In 1801. when Farley Hill betonaad to Sir Qraham Rriggs. M /enileinrn in He noun was visited bf I'rih.v A If re ion. Jt is raportad. that: "On Parlay Hill, which is omof the handsomest residences b< Barbados, and is teautltully situ' Prince al anted anu aiound the ground!. Hamtring ihc view of Scotland DiatrtR from the sununerhouae At two o'clock luncheon wit* announcad and about i\t. l:liiand gentlemen sat down t-i it Tha wines and vlanos batnj "i tha moat nMharcna kind, and in lavish abundance After lunciMon His Royal Hlaftnaag planted a casuarlna tree In tha grounds." As a mcmenSo of his visit Punce Alfred gave his portrait united witn his signaluiv. to Sir Graham Hriggs, and it used to hang In the house for many years. Looking through an old A. DC. Dinner (lock in the Museum thll veck. I saw this note: "Governor |av P" me for 16 nt Farley HID, January 2 1880." The Governor at this tlma mi Major George and unions the sixteen an PrlnoH Albert Victor and i %  < %  -i %  Kndeiuk (lat FARLEY who were louring the W. IB H M S lUrchaiite Princes planted trees in the grounds which ran snl. be *ee.i toda? Prince George returned to Larbados in 1884 and spent a -iiy at Farley Hill with Sir Graham Briggs. Ii..oil Description James Anthony Frou,iBarbados in 1887 and was invited by Mr Qrahatn | Mine time at Farley Hill. Hb description of the place ai it waa then is moat Interestum The garden, ence the wonder of tha island, was running wild, though rare trees and shrubs survived from hi aa d ant -pimdour %  n -i^h hall, amang a Ittttr of Carib ntriosttm i ticeni saloon aatti onaeompad 11 %  things, gathered in lh" taj when sugar was ,. horn if | I selected with the fines! tarte— engravings. p gams. books maps aJ scnuts it WDS a palace which Aladdin himTlf might havo hcen satisfied, one of those which had %  Umd the • Llan i-f roiehm traveller*, one of lha many than, now probably the laM surviving i | Anvio-Wan Indian civilisation, So. even in Fronde's time Farlev Hill was rolna down Th wanna, home of the heautlfu) FarleyenM BJ wild. The RiHims V\ M l i Baj %  %  rai ,v Hill hjr the front door 1 saw the staircas.'. peri'iapc the most distinctive ,nterior feature of the house. This \-.-....i :. ., ii| I'-.il:.... which ha> turned %  dark, mellow colour through age. Near tha staircase hatitf* an intarealingj old braaa ehandeliei Turning left, 1 then wenl into the Ballroom, called the sitting room by Froude. It is an Immense room, surrounded by long galleries, and although the ceiling is nut what it used to be it is still beautiful. The arches, which separate the room from the galleries, and cut the room In two. form lovely patterns, nd it is not difficult to imagine the splendour this room must have presented a century ago. The dining room forms a horseshoe, with french windows opening OUl on the lawn. This nnist bays been one of tha lovettaol rooms in tho house at one time, but like ll' library which is 3.1st Pholo by J. Jfffcrs. above, there is an awful feeling Hi baaatMM ghoul II Upstairs there Is an omazlnglv long corridor which Mrctchei Irom one end of Ihc house to the odhM 1 !H uld imuKinc that it i about a hundred and twenty feet long, ami on ciihci rida of it are the bedrooms. AI the top of the stairs. In the middle of the corridor, there u a small sitting room. As I left Farley Hill 1 saw a peacock wandering around tho bushes where once tht-i' line gaiden. His beautiful feather*, a rjmtbol of wnaltn and Wt livioi seemed out of pluie. like Farley Hill, he belongs to Hie past. FARLEY IIOUSC lb* diniiu In (far home shoe xhaped wiim WAITERS PALM' TOF I ff LID fUM WORKS LONDON. W.3 Stretching the whole length of the home tht> corridor Is about 120 feet long TPE BALLEOOM is one of the Urge-t rooms In the island Morgan Lewis Was Favourite Easier Resort MORGAN LEWIS BAY. St. Andrew, has now become a popular place with holiday makers. This long and Wide stretch of beach was crowded with trucks, cars and buses on Easter Bank Holiday. The majority of the people who held picnics and excursions on Monday chose Morgan Lewiar their rendezvous. 'Bus and Inrrv loads of singing pecplo could constantly be seen driv.nn lowardj the beach. The EOnd leading ih'wn |0 ll* beach la iwfertwnaiely v*o fauaj and Iherefoie many peoj U from the various vehh •tampered down the hill towards the bench Nearly every person had B basket loaded with "l drinks. Very few bathed as the sea in this area is cMiemely rough and not enticing. Many people watched the "skelthat at Morgan Lawbl There eton" of what will become a dance dancing, sports and a marathi hall with envy. This dance hull is being erected In a cool and airy •pot and perhaps will b* ready fcr the next bank-holiday celebrations On Morgan L**is iwsture n r.umfcer of men enjoyed a cricket Benny l.unrh again proved that : itched on the Hack. He won two races, aver a distance of 22 yards. In one he defeated L t-'o* and In the other Vincent Corbln. M. is Lisle and Otha Ma The ground WBJ dusty and .b*tnbuted the prues which were two well known B.C L bowler-, made up of a quantity of rum. were reaping a harvest. w ""' Two Miles For WltaT %  orned beef and Irtf"; thrtf were won b> l.vneh who ESlb liimwlf "War l 1 %  Tliirsty aavuraHXiUta walked to Si. n. Village, 0 Oi-taiue of about A ii.mp • %  n* pie pili lint .1 two mllw. and collec(ein and oxdirsion parties, but the out ol gas He Bald, "unyhow, any crowd there was not us large aport will do EM itonnj THIS MAHOGANY STAIRCASE is perhaps the moat dMinctm InteHer featora of the House. Hhv pay more foi t o". lian Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil when you can buy the same of equal quality and size of British make cheaper. 821exchange and duty are In the extra cost < laann*a price SI 2§ Sml — Brlll-h price 66 t 51 Lge — 1 2* We oHer RF.XALL EMt'LSION OF f'OD LIVER OIL at above nrlre-. Small 66c. — Large fl 20 KMMIIS IHII't. MIMIIS LINEN DEPARTMENT LACE TABI.K CLOTHS oexK Fjch SN.Stl 30x5(1 Each M il PI.ASTK TABLE CLOTHS in While. Pink, lllur, and II:. ni vi in ic ami \\ \ I I •! I • A HIGH GRADE BITUMINOUS ROOFING THAT HAS BEEN IN UNIVERSAL USE FOR 50 YEARS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED • Only $11.10 Per Roll of 12 yards HARRISON'S FILL UP I YOUR SHOPPING BASKET!! whal a \ariflv!! i DANISH T1NNI.D ilAMK ill kltSa i'P to l^ lb*. TACOR8 CKr.AM CKACKRKK IH>. (HI MARVEN B CANADIAN SoDA WAt'KI'.H |M>I tin i KIVKKMKUi: CHELHi: ftt tin HUUTlf AFRICAN 0UAVA8 per tin HtIRr MAID ORAPEH I.arg* tin 50c -I BARTLKTT I1A1:. l.n.. b YELLOW CLINO PEACIIEM Li HURAN CRY HOLID PACK APPLES per tm EAHTPACK BF.Er per tin MrVITIE PRICE'S Lincoln Cream Rticiilt* WRimiT'8 Ricli Olnier Nut Bi-cmU lb, pkt JACOB'S Eihlbition Bu^'ilta ', Ih. pkt HUNTLEY K PALMERS Oabonx BlKOlta th. pkt. McVITIE PRICE B Royal 8ct BI..-IM-. I lb pkt. AmTlcaii ROYAL JELLIES A DESSERTS per pkt. .. SLICED HAM. SLICED BACON SLICED MAItTADELI pkt SI til SI 4b Wc. Mc. Ha. Ha, 6C. 7ftc. 40c 20C. %  M 20c. 30c. 20c. PERLSTEIN BEER 18c. a bot — $4.00 n Carton COCKADE FIN): KI'M | STAJVSFBIM. SCOTT A 1H.. I.I It.



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PAC.I: I 11.111 si Ml U \liui< \ II si \n\y. M'KII. I. I'.i.'.l BARBADOS f. 1 Ap\ r 06ffE Bri4Mton Sunday. April 1. 19.il 111 1 HlillllS IV.IIN4 ll TO-DAY the Advocate pUblUlH ttw RPpetfl of "!•• I'nee Conirol Committee I9M It was signed on 5th July. I960 and was not released for publication until late this month. It contains nine typewritten foolscap sheets and four typewritten sheets of Schedules. DMH thirteen sheets could have heen made available to the public on the 6th July. 1950 in the columns of this newspaper. They ought to have been made available to the public not later than the end of July. Why they have made available until March 1951 is wi it the public wants to know. When the PHot) Control Committee was appointed in October 1941, their terms of reference were "to reviow the existing arrangements for the control of prices with particular reference to the exp< dieiuy of reviewing such arrangements in the b of present day conditions and to nuks recommendations thereon." The Committee spent nearly nine months in preparing 'heir report During these nine months they obtained from owners of small shops. groceries, dry goods, hardware! wholesale and provision stores, audited statements for each business year for the period 1844-49. Included in audited statements WSffl gross profit and net profit percentages on turn over for each year, and on 1944 as base year; operating expenses for each ye.'u u porronllgl on tun over and on 1944 us base yeai, details of wages paid to various classes of employees lor each year. The various groups and individual firms co-operated readily with the Committee Sir John Saint, Professor Sydney Dash, Mr. P. D. Mc Dermott (Chartered Accountant) end Mr. F. A. Bishop, (ISO. Secretary.). What did this excellent Committee conclude? "From a careful and detailed investigation of the accounts submitted by the various groups of traders, and as a result of our various discussions with representatives of these groups, we have come to Ihe conclusion," unanimously report the Committee, "that with the possible exception of dealers in hardware, the net profits which have accrued to theso traders fiver the past three years are less than adequate. Evidence was advanced tb indicate that, with this fall m the rate of profits the general credit situation in the various classes of trade was becoming unsatisfactory." Why was this information withheld from the public at a time when unfounded accusations were daily and still arc being made that the merchant and trader exploit the community in a selfish desire for profit? And why should a red herring be thrown over this complete vindication of the honesty of the trading community as a whole, by an announcement more than nine months after the signing of the report that "in the light of the present and potential world situation as regards commodity prices and supplies i t would be inappropriate to implement the recommendations made by the Committee." Has the Government its own standards of the present and the future? Or does it consider that nine months is n two time to lead tliirteer; |httf. which triumphantly give the lie to the torrent of abuse, ignorant calumny and downright lying which is too often regarded in this < immunity as a substitute for knowledge and enterprise? Can we have a greater appreciation of Truth in this island, and a real desire on the part of the Government to make Truth known at the earliest oppoitunity? Everything else will then fall into place. It is the one thing needful. In the meantime others too, were learning the lessons that London had I td that agitation was In that country for the nationalisation of the Suez Canal in which the British (e-wrnmeni owns 44% of the shares. The Labour Government will undoubtedly point out to the Egyptian Government at the suitable moment that the proposed, action is also illegal. Tin* Newspaper has often warned against a slavish imitation of things British and has pointed out that institutions wh'c-h *hay be useful in Britain can yet be out of place in Barbados. These warnings have often been ignored and often have the evil results become apparent in a short time. Under the pressure of local Socialists, party politics with all its spite and all its distortions' was foisted on the country, 'any men who have much to offer their country in leadership and advice are excluded from the councils of government while others who appear unable to understand the economic complexities of life direct the linanccs of the country. In nationalising the oil resources of the Island the Barbadian Socialists opened up the experiment of every Socialist's dream and by their mishandling of what followed' assured the people of Barbados that the day of reckoning would come. The public wilt sooner or later learn how much of their scanty money must go in compensation for ,. uells tathw than ;n the capital developments which the island so sorely needs. By attempting to restrict the right of appeal to the law courts the Socialists have followed a precedent that has received wldespted acceptance in Britain. Many able men have however seen in such a practice a great danger to the safeguards that protect the freedom of the subject. Socialists everywhere may well consider the dilemma in which British Socialists now find themselves and the poetic justice which they free. INMI'M JIINIM* FOR several years past the Socialist party of Great Britain has advocated nationalisation as the great cure for the economic ills that beset mankind. When the Socialists won a majority in the General Election of 1945 they immediately began to put into effect the policies which they had so long preached and protests of those who were being nationalised were disregarded as the cries of capitalists who were only anxious to maintain the of their wealth and power. Today the Socialist cry is different. In far off Iran the people have heeded to the teachings of Britain's Socialists and recently the Parliament of Iran voted to nationalise Iran's oil The British Government owns .V2 55% of Anglo-Iranian oil shares and the Socialist Government being now on the receiving end of nationalisation had to view the matter In a different light. The British Government immediately sent to t of Iran a strongly worded declaring the illegality of nationalising the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. Aquatics SITTING ON THE FENCE IN spite of valiant attempts of the Water Polo and Swimming Association. Aquatic Sports in Barbados still seem to be hangin %  ; lire At the recent annual meeting 0# the Association it was made clear that any failure to popularise Water Polo and Swimming, could not be blamed on the Association. The schools—the natural reservoir of Water Polo players and swimmers—had IN en euxulsrieed but only Harrison College with over 500 pupils had agreed to enter the Water Polo competition and only on condition that Harrisonians, now playing in the League for other teams, should represent the school. It is a perfectly fair request, Pupils, after all,'owe their first allegiance to their schools. Combermere, with 600 boys does not appear to be intpiested in Aquatics; and the Lodge School, although keenly interested, pleads inability lor financial reasons io -send down a team of seven players to the Aquatic Club weekly. Surely there are some public spirited sportsmen in St. John who would offer free transport to the team. Mnny of the .other schools, for one reason or another. do not seem to be interested in one of the healthiest and cheapest forms of sport for growing boys and girls. Queen's College, as well as Harrison College, for many years have realised the benefits of swimming and have organised annual aquatic sports. As long ago as 1915 Harrison College were holding swimming sports, and Queen's College started at a later date. Every school in this island. Secondary and Elementary, has facilities for holding Aquatic Sports. The Coleridge %  pd the Alexandra can easily obtain the tiso nf B pier at Speightstown or Six Ifen'a and there is little doubt that the Elementary Schools In that area would be granted similar facilities on application. But a pier is not an absolute essential for aquatic sports. Keen rivalry in the water between Ih" various schools would most probably unearth some outstanding swimmers in an' island where children learn to swim as soon as they can walk. It is encouraging to find that the visit of a Rii Is Water Polo team from Trinidad has stiried up some interest in the game among the girls of this island. Three ladies' will take part in the coming Water Polo season. When the Trinidadian girls played here it was obvious that while the iris were far better swimmers for their ages they were lacking in skill at the :e too light and too youthful to contend %  ainst their more matured Opponents. The Management of the Aquatic Club, in recent years, have shown an increasing Interest 111 fostering Water Polo and swimming and there is every reason to believe that thev will do all in their power to launch the Association on a firm basis. Water Polo attracts many spectators to the club, and if swimming events are organi. -.he same lines as those adopted in other countries there is every reason to I that Barbadians will also flock to watch Aquatic Sports. The swimming and Water Polo Association should sound out the possibilities of organising a branch. The irnrrr call* m<' 'ducks TlM butcln i calls imi he II ihmongn* cal'i mc 'love.' I don't like it." —LetU.in A wwnan tulumnD O not call mc "dearie," butcher. Do not call me "love'' Like the common people, butcher, I am far above; Once, with rnrnt unratic*,. d, bu tcher You ate hu "A leg of madam? "Madam, buy. buy. buy." Do not call me "duckle," grocer, Though I'm out of lurk If I cannot give big orden I am not your duck; Hoi Ban 1 your •'dear" or "dean*'." "Love" or "sweetie pie" Jiwt because your -hup Is full "f Things I mustn't buy. I nm not your "love" or "!<-arii" You behind the stub. "Ducks" or "darling," I'm still payinn mble pieEnglish lamb for Through the note tog-dab. Kcfl your "duckf" Tor lower orders Call them what you wish If I had a flhop for dinner You could ktep your fish Butcher. I am not your "dearie" Nor your "honey bunch" En'ii if I cannot c.rder Fillet ittak for lunch. Grocer, I mn no' your Not for ham or jam, You are null a grocer, grocer, 1 am still madam. Awful Child, M.P. "For the next two or three months wo shall harry the life OUt Of UN (!< %  cnuiunt with division after division . Wo shall make them sit up May and nigh' We shall try in wear them out." Kepcrted apeech hy Mr. Robert Booth by. M.P it Banstcid. Surrey All of which remind* me of The Awful Child when MM w*"t VOUUK Ilrr method* were mprh Ihe same. C AN I ban nether bucuttt You're JtuI had u "Other. I mean another to go to bod with? 3y NATHANIEL GUBBINS You've dad ifM on*" to tfo lo bed mill. I mean another one to take up to bed with me. YOM can have thai to— morrow %  uorriiNU But If I took 1'. up now I could %  till have It in the rooming You can haer another Waruit in |hg Mornino, but nol now. Why? Because I tay no. Flui what's the difference between you givknt' me one in the morning and me taking one up now to cat in tinmorning* The difference u that Instead of %  (iliiiu if in the morning you would ear it In bed now Bin I amnot in bed now. Hut i< uoa were, -mn u*Onld Would what? EM It III rVrf. Are you tired? Yei. Very tired? Veru. Wtll, can I have another bisStiU? Wo. Not If t promise I won't eat it till to-morrow? NO. Well, tan I have a drink or water? // you irill leave me alone /or five Hiinule* uoit can drink the irater lank dry. choke yourielf tcith hi.icuits. and I hope your Pfu ii ill be full itf crumbs. I like crumbfl in my bed. Stately Home L ORD GIFFORD, discussing "The Stately Homes of England Tours," said people preferred lu visit houses that arc lived in rather than those run by the National Trust. Americans particularly liked to be shown the walking, slick and hat used and worn hy "his lordship". If that's all they want, marI tugf—t that millions of dollars might 1* earned If The Sea Neat, the family seat of Lord dubbins. formed part Of the Stalely Humes ol England tour Here the eager visltm umlil gag the ancient hilt long discarded by Lout Gubbins because Lady Cubhins *aid it was %  the ash *tick his lordship uses when he ha-* gout, and his old tWted take*. 'Moth's Helish which, since 1930. has been revered as a nntional relic For the ridiculous sum of _.„ dollar they could sit on the old settee, bought long ago on never-never, whore Sally Ihe Cat nursed 126 kittens, and where her successor, Lottie the Devil Cat. sleeps, and has tried unsuccessfully to entertain disreputable friends to petting parties. In the kitchen china cupboard they euulu sec the last rema'nlni family egg cup, cracked in several places, and used by Lorn dubbins during the war. w;hen he was lucky enough to get an egg once -, t month, the teacups without handles, Ihe teapots without spouts. They could buy as souvenirs the old shirts discarded by Lord Gubbins, and now used as overalls by Ladf Subbing when she docs thr washing-up, the old shrunken socks lull r* holes, which Lady Clubblns borrowed from Lord Gubbins to keep her feet warm during the fuel cuts, the greasy macintosh, originally owned hy Lord Gubbins. but which is now used by all members of Ihe famtly, and is never hanging In the hall when Lord Gubbins want? it. For an extra fee, .they could b I shown the cupboard where Lord I Gubbins is obliged to keep hi' handkerchiefs lo-kcd, up In can the family has a cold, and th( secret drawer where he keeps hi> pipe cleaners in case they are used as hair curlers. If Americans care to come on Sunday at lunch time they could sec the stati.lv. aristocratic ilgun of Lord Gubbins carving the meat ration like a surgeon performing a delicate operation, with Lottie the Devil Cut on his shoulder, and Lady Gubbins hiding the portion! on rae-h plate with ucneroua helpings of vegetables. Afterwards, they could buy the nnclent carving knife and taSflb It Kiev are not much use to anybody in this country, even If the handles weren't coming, oft. -L.ES. I III \ hI >4. ALOUD (, i... <........ >•,.„ Anybody, wules Cbnstatton In The Cosanwn Man. might guess before-hand th.it there would be blunders of UH Iga What nobody could have KUSH-HL what nobody OOuM h*e dreamed of m a nightmare tgfcal .io morbid mortal ImaglnSsv n could evei have dared to tnvtfinc ml UM mistakes of tV weU |P formed It is true, continues Chesterton, In a sense, to say that the mob has always heen h\l l>> m M e.sucaled men It is much more treirrln evei \ sense to say thai il lu.-"%l<.iu been misled by e'duc:v*a men. It Is easy enough to say the ulmred man should be tl j guide, phllowo|)hcx and Mem Unfortunately he h.i< m-.nl> itways been a misguiding guide, a false friend and a ttT) philosopher And the Mtv trophe 1 !! w have suffered, including those ' are now have not in historical fact been due to the pconaBE practical people who are supposed to know .but almost invariably to the hUUy i knew ti "it the) kmv. everything The world i ..in by tw mm i. they are mostly the mistakes of tue I from Ihe ('Minion Man Hint gave mc the idea to apnljl ohtlosophv to the Island bschM -v Conunon Han Mne in the company of thosewho toil with \Jv than with those erhO nreu-nd I | know all the answers, f wonder just how far Chesterton' wunj' can be applied to a community where the well Informed undoubt • esd the Ignorant der. hut t ant certain Thnt the Common Man has need of a cham pion and as I've looked %  : find htm in the company of the politicians or tn. tuals. I am sticking out my owe. iMck to utler a %  ii never I feel r i from the onphiloiophers. In the typical lanKUage of the Common Man, I would begin with a quotation from the well-known couplet of An ie Oakley's in the Common Man's film hit •Annie Get Your Gun." You remember it goes like this: I >vu can df>. I ran do brllrr. Mtm Man 11 1 were writing on on Barbados today, 1 could narci!y do better lUan this couplet. There s much talk but little i Hog e>f Hieword ceo nomies. All It means is derived [roan two Greek words meaning hou.se and management. A frej translation would be housekevpj is all it flMtUU. And any good housewife Knows thut there are two kinds vt house keeping, good and bud. Good means that what comes In is more than what goes out. Bad is the reverse of good. There Is no need to take a correspondence course or to attend an evening class nor evon to read this column to understand this fundamental fact about economics, namely Its simpUctty. Yet the experts, those brave gentlemen who talk of tmde cycles, fluctuation of mnrbNmataODJi] agreements. laws of Ripply .md ik-matid, to quote onfj the simplest of %  vast number of technical expressions are too togged by thenown clev to talk the language of the Common M.wi. Whieh brings us back .'o the ee.uplet Bverybodj eon understand what that means. And thice i in now vote it is important that everybody should. What then does the couplet mean in terms o( economics or house management? House, and the Common Man is Ihe manager To hear our leader* talk you would imagine in assclfk light In our homes and no runnll ome wicked capitalist generally from overseas ana I) an Imperialist has been we have to do our own Indus %  Uonalue, tax i (except ourselves i and all will come bright as the electric light. It Is wild talk and has nothin. lo do with household manage ment. Barbados is a small Intend Those who know anything; abou Islands will tell you it's a ven small Island and it can only pro duce or mnnufarture goods at small island level. It ran neve. compete with countries like Can %  da, the United Stoles, nor ever Great Britain, io whom it owe everything—good and bad. And lh.it bnngaj u* to th. meaning of the cottpsll i earn do mrytMag beti*t ihm /*>In the words of the Commo, Man. this means thai Barboda CaatMM hope ever to compete with large industrial rnuntnes although it i.m li:iin (lorn then bow to Increase lt efficiency u those industries which It hns rhe household management, tht eeOhomy of Barbados must there (ore he IMMII on ban) I H '-• g| not on loud talk. We have got sugar and we mv %  healthy variety of small indutries, soap, shoe—making, dress making. tailoring. making run foundries, primer leg public ntUltlskg id .• (afrl wide range of activities WbM ulted from the health, n.'tix r. o| the sugar it.i Dgrvi .ill the*c thing!, and wear getttnn more of them. On th* cards now is another ice crear factory, another sweer drink everyday in every way ncv industries are (oiniiK But the one major industry which in addition can help us to pull eiur.-ehe up and brine ua within range of an electric switch or a water tap Th* Totirbt Industn is the one that the "well informed' HI do nothing t Instead <' %  i will bring from outside, our professed adorers of the Commor Man are erllnag to at* hi orogresather than cOl %  ii and i-e deinr %  they themselves have done. FLOWER POTS from 3" to 12" diameter ORCHID POTS 5"; 8"; 7"; 8"; and 12" diameter Made by the Government Factory' VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE GARDEN TOOLS SHEARS, ETC.. ETC. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. Successors to C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES : 4473. 4687, I'M 4413. GLOSSY FINISH PLASTIC THE CORRECT MATERIAL FOR MAKING HANDBAGS in Ihe following colours Red, Blue, Green, Brown, Lt. Brown, Navy, Fawn and White • •'' %  i/iiurfc//i/r"ri <•!<> from — QaCOSTA & CO., LTD. Dry Goodw Dept. .',-.',-,-.-,-.-.-,•>.->,-,',•,•>,',-,',-,-.-,'.-.-,'.'.'.-.-.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-'''.'.' DEEP FREEZES 5 CUBIC FEET 9 CUBIC FKf HERMETICALLY SEALED UNITS WITH FIVE YEAR tiUARANTEE The New STERNETTE hSS everything which goes to make a good Zero Cabinet. including • INCREASED CAPACITY • ADVANCE DESIGN • SIMPLE BEAUTY • LOW PRICES m ECONOMICAL available immediately fron S. P MUSSON. SON & CO.,. LTD. — Agent* DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. — Distributors FOR A COCKTAIL AT ITS BEST IT CAN ONLY BE GODDARD'S %  KIM wirh CANADA DRY GINGER OR SODA.



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TACE TEN SI'NBAT ADVOCATE SUNDAY, AI'RH. 1. IS'.I Report Of Price Control Committee, 1950 Thp K. ixiit of thelhrce-roaii I'oflw wntch have accrued lo reviewed the price structure of be controlled. ahoulg remain %  —_, __ ... %  — 1'ieae trader* ovs* the past three lard, nmtuannf and soap since they are at present Otherwise. lomminit set up lu cvuioer ^^ ^ Wn han aueqU-tc Evi they understand that price* are the Committee consider that the the ( on I nil l Prices has been jjence was advanced to indicate controlled under a svcttssi of the nuMgiu* of profit which were ielej.M-d and is published ihjn, w iui thia fall in the rata ol Agreement of the Conference ol reduced about two year* ago jMD-cwilh. profit* the general credit situation 'he Working Commit tee under should be restored ui the various classes of trade war the Oils and Fat* Ann You. ic* icncy.—In October, oecomina unsatisfactory. 1946. we were appointed a Com„ Tr* Committee rc-liic dial Ketonueai.at. th the following terms of t h c wuuiiirr is being adverse!) <•> Oeaseral reference — affected by an upward trend In the ' %  *• conauinar to review the earning arrangecotl of | ivina du0 ^ worW condi.. t 2 rt -*d. "* I*" 0 *" •>* ments for the control of prices tlom ovn vhKh Mltber „* nor rt ^f* jnuat * f^f w Jf n %  rhh particular reference to the .„. looa aulhori ,,,* can ex rxpenienev of reviewing such „„.. real control. The distributor airanKt i present day nmaniooi ana to m operating expenses %  recommend at torn thereordl r lo ^^M Ine employee io commodities are in short supply then of the Controller f Supplf** Assuru, iBoottj where this can be done without Aspirin (Howard's) affecting the price which 'he Aspirin (Burroughs & Welcome) lonsumer has tepay. Aspirin (Nu Pax) 25 Paailtry Keeper* Rer;eAapro Tables sentation* were made to the Com"B" Forte Tablets original level. mittee by the Barbados Poultry Beecham'* Pills ( %  > ttpasUir Asaociatton for an increase In the (a( 5u g, r coated 19. slsasskeepcrs: with regard price J poultry products, pr|D) peart coated lo the representation* made B9 HcuUrly eggs. The Association, uetapiexin shopkeepers, thc Committee feel whose activities have contributed peuxin that where excessive losses are greatly to poultry improvement R_,._i n Tablet* as| by pilferage. rats, in the Island, does ool include the !" p| powder *ther etc. an improvement majority of small producers; thc ~ '„T The Cesnnuttee iherefore management appears to be lodllatter are not entirely dependent ZT^ meet the increasing cost of living. We now have thc honour to h aa increased salaries. It must be submn our report. admitted however that, in many 2. At their nrsi meeting the cosef) ,. appeared to the commitCommitlee detided that in order ^ that the salaries, including -1 carry out thssr terms of referbonus, of the clerical staff in the old be necessary to ohmiddle and lower grades, were by no means adequate to meet the %  J52 P pe **' m day n 'a"h rost of living. 9. Some distributors repressed that, under present condiprlces were being conthe l7ght of H HTT teTmeet a ZZ recommend that_ cated and suggest that tbs> on imported feed th* cost of Which JJ s £* _. 1*4. Jnd to „ ^ '? rT^InSJle? £Z n <* ,) •* %  iirmM ot ^dtuOU, increased cost of wrapping paper has substantially increased T>e •* %  *£ A c PotS r animal feed, and similar f0 uld be partly met by a more Committee recommend that, m California Syrup of figs commodities which are restricied use. Some increase 1 stead of meeting the request oi Carters "jiver Pills limited by an allocation (he amount of profit now allowed the Association which is not an Caacara Evaruant approved by the Ministry i„ retailers should be made in unreasonable one, the consumer Castor Oil of Pood should continue to those cases where no undue vuild be better served by the Cocoa Butter be controlled by the present increase In the price of goods to resnoval of price control on all Cod Liver Oil methods of import lieansconsumers will result. More deflnpoultry product*. Such action Cod Liver Oil & Malt ing and the Axing of ite reeommerelations cannot be prices. made In view of the paucity of (b) Coniniodit.es purchased the factual evidence submitted from dollar sources which The Committee deprecate any will continue to be in short large Increase in these profits supply for some time to since they feel that such action come should remain under may result in the opening of more the present system ol conshops and a corresponding rrduvtrols. lion in average profits II. When commodities are in 20. Whe l saa Wr a: On the basis idHasa and the manner keep down the cost of commodifree supply, the Committee conof figures submitted, the Comtrie*, the present system of control -v-"*,-. Meurophosphates m which the difference -ties to the consumer at the exalder that the abolition or price m ittee recommend that the profits > nol :id be maintained. Perrol—plain between such imported pense of a reasonable profit to cc.ntrol will result in competition allowed on articles included in J? ] n conclusion, the Com BV.,^ r-rnnound prices .md selling prices the iraoe. The Commitlee apwhich wUl kaep prices at the the Schedule to the Control of nit tee" desire to place on record (ZLmJiAn was spread between preciated that there was some lowest possible level. In an overprtoeg (Defence) (Amendment) their appreciation of the valuable y?r**3i, b % % %  ,„,. profits and other charges truth in this complaint populated country such as BarOrdar, IBM. No. U should be {.salstance which baa been given i£ !" CircJrt ^ of distribution 10. The Committee wish to bados where there is difficulty in adjusted lo parmlt a weighted to thembv the aVcrsnary Mr. F. A. ?,' !" !L 3' In order to obtain Informamallr "peelnl reference to the refinding employment, a r*aiei average gross profit of approxiroBishop. ISO., and atr. C. O. *i ly n r tioii .n (he lirst point u Notice Ul1 or sm 11 shopkeeper elusa .f mtmber of persons enter the tely 10*~. to the wholesaler. If Nonrts. Oum Alloes was t,utilisiicd in the Prcs. asking this group are foodstuff* the countries and the resulting comthe Committee recommend that ^ P f) Mc DF.PMOTT saKydrofet. Perox.de o7[h^ comnuttre an\ matter whkh ,,lcps of which %  ft * d b > PeiWon '* "^** to '"• %  COT "*'>'t charges by wholesaler, to j RYE*EY DASH^ thev 1 de ca can !" wit .In he W^ff "largtn of proUt Repre, u mer. slMipkeepers should be waived l3C T F. A. BISHOP. umrfreterSt^f^rc^mit. sWlBtaima were made that the l6 At the present tune, many otss-erleaEvidence ..< "Secretary. SVf IZZ'Z re^^ 5V£2£J^~U!?2T£ 'Aj^J^SZJSS'^SZ rtL£ttc£$£*Z?* CcatUO, Committee ence 11 tntn (a) Informa*. 1 on froi possrble source which would indicate weaknesses in ttte present organ,t satlon of price control. trolled not only for the purpose (b) Detailed figures showing of protecting the public from imported costs of compossible malpractice but also to rhould encourage poultry pro(a) Allen aV Hansbury'* duct Ion and. in lime, should lead (b) Other kinds to more plentiful supplies and Cystex lower price* Dettol M. Ls saber aakfl aMasjtaa: DeWitts Kidney fc Uver PiUs Although no representation* were rjoaris Backache at Kidney Pill* Ijmbrell. received from dealers In lumber Dodd's Kidney Ji Uver PHis Vnderwear (except and shingles, the Cotnmittee conpjwbrocation B) Dollar Sources) : ider that, since these iteans arv ij„ 0 5 pvult Salt inly obtained from dollar coun1^-, m^ I-aatbei Goods Unen Piece Gooos—all kinds Mats Mirrors Netting Oilcloth Overalls Overcoats. Macintoshes and Raincoals Perambulators—all kinds Pillows Pillow Cases Plastic Goods Pyjamas Rubber Good* Stationery Serviettes Sewing Cotton School Exercise Rooks Shirt* (except those from Dollar 1 Sources) Shorts 4 Vests Silk Piece Good' Suits at Coats Table Cloths Toilet Requisites Towels Trunks RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE CONE! Ohfllaat* cmiplalali r.ll<4 t> r KRUSCHIN Mm White Drill' Woollen Pjfcc Goods ,(11111111 5 texcppl (a) firke Davit ** Co ear. (O Details of wages paid to various classes of employes*; for each year. ft. The various groups and Individ nut firms co-operated readily with the Committee in furnishing tho requested data and th< Cosniiiittee wish to record Its ap( preci;i'i(Mi of this co-operation, will lie understood, however. the prcpnration and colli Cereals (escept from DoUar Usterine Antiseptic public to' this onmmuVtr^Thc distribution of hmference held In OcTober 1SH9 JJ "^ JJ^ ESmfXX. n AT *"' Lydu> P^h.""' Compound goods throughout the rural ureas, m-ommendation was made to cash ana ny ,^-""""1? !" ?" Caee IS 1W.1 ... dssjgff to obtain factual „ mutt be realised thai the large the effect that the Conference 1.0 benent; In fact be is md rectly Essence II* R fttlv and accurate data from the disincriase in lh e number of shops -agreed that .n many eases thc subatdititif the extra costs IncurCoff Ifcjtf' eS^i-rt, T-nwIer trlbutors. a request was made to mu8t h ve ^M ,„ B ....(..Ijj 1 !" ^ lA J& ...nt,,.!. wouE red l.v the **0*m -WCrgr Cus ar(1 Powd „ McCleans Stomach Prmder the owners of small shops, grocerUoll Jn overage turnover and have Ihe effect of siimulalniK '• %  i'""" "' %  '",,. "' *** Fish aimed fc Bottled and in ^"^""'r ksC dry goods, hardware, wholehence in profit. The deputation competition which should result down prices to the cash and ^^ (except from Dollar Matncarla Powde: provision stores to subwhich inlervlewed the Commit,., a lowering of price-: Supply <-*rr> _^ 1<> 'V*'' ','"" Vl'L".?...Areas) mlt audited statements lor each tee represented that:— Ollu-crs fhought. In some cases, recommend that the distrioutoi Fiulw k j^^^ Canned bu-mess yaw for the period Considerable losws were mc Colonies nad r involved through pilferage, engaged In general Neko Soap (If.) Palatol—plain Palatol—compound 1 Dollar Parafln Liquid rats and weather," were rssceaaary or economic in mendauon is a-ceptea. the LOtnAreas) Petrolatum (White> (b The freight charges by relation to the volume of busmen mittee co.jsider that there ,u Be Gelai.Ne Petrolatum (browin wholesale supplies^ should curried on It was agreed thereno rieed to tac -^ w J^\ t * r > ln Mt-Canned I Bottled (except phensic Tablets be withdrawn low a nee made to 1 such charges; and (Cl The price of paper wrapping goods htid alfore that although 11 remained ol pio.it presently permitted necessary to retain controls on frorery items. We recommend foodstuffs, the experiment should thai the items shown in Schedue at least be tried of freeing its !" <>> ->i '" '"* *"f& many other eominodlUaa as p& '-o removed trom v The these groups of traders. frou. DoUar Areas) Meat 1 Vegetable Extracts Taste--Meat or Pish, conned or bottled Hcklesall kinds >-olishe< Preserves—iams, marmalades, etc. Sauces—all kinds 5^>ups-canned Tho "picas and Condiments ood that lurtnei sup"w s>i~i %  •"-*"; %  /"T Tea—nselraae from a m-ommendaCommittee consider that the ; best iesS£s ^aiwd bottled the Conference on Interests of the customer will be *^E2£ZrCXLJG2£ Sacrool or Scrubbs Ammonia P should control „ large "Increase since the slble from price control regulaI ". df %  ••** snd hard.natitutlon of prico control tlons It would always be possible ware stare,: The Committee hav. and considerably affected to re-impose controls if such giver.consideration to the facts their proflU. action proved necessarytt is and figures placed before them>y figures submitted by the also understood that further upamall mopkespers asere not conport comes rs sSmrs£A EA%&mg£ ^£5£xkB:£ ^'^.^i^^^ ix ass reached there was a likelihood or vigorous and. accordingly, recommend that W Su phathiaaole 1 For record purposes. M comietitlon in the market, price such action bt taken. SCBrDULK 2 Sulphaquandlne /should be mentioned, at this control should be graduali> reuresentitives of lhe r ,ch t U nl B aU -£ 1 *'? Theominal Tablets 1hi. material took a long time and 'M" thmt th9 Control' of Prices removed. It ld so for been **£* '^'^J'"^^ew L 1 '^^, 5 ^' r* S da ,"r„\ !" *$£!£* involved a considerable delay in )r 5efcnce, Order. 1M2. reguJatcd found poaslbie to apply such a ^e ^^iUee that the pHces of S£j Elec f* Lamp „!^£tZ^w the-aeliberations of the Committee, wholesale and retail prices of the policy more to consumer goods JJJ/jgSSMS able., alum rs-K-s X" ^*"i!2LTL I. As soon as the necessary mmam items of foodstuff* on thc fcon to food Muffs where it was gM? M"g!JgT* "JB ^'^"^^ VaselUie—borated formation had been received' and p.^ of fixed pro*.. At that necessary for • r.thr more ff^ n !" ^£ l ^ t 'izJ££ VlTshSSsT' vSS vlSS considered by the Committee, retime, the weighted average fross """^^^io^ the resold * "-ntam as they are at present Ha^Xhery (hard) Pipes. CigXjfJ V • t^On0, prcacntat.ves of each part cuiar pronta on IW "reed W Conference ^^%jgL^^ 24. Commb-viof, Merchant. ir lu holderV CigareUe cases. Y !" fWlda type of business were Intarvlawad margin amounted to %  bou -0^ \' !" [ *• > 8^s3isT^gS 1 X The Commission Merchants' AssoLighters and rfoap^ishes Zln " !" ** by the Committee and required to for wholesalers and 15^ '"JJT !rT^^*ciiml Tneludin* that cia on presented to the ComHaberdashery (soft) ToSacco sCRrort-E elaborate the information submittailers. The prices of dry goods |hat pr*ts> '^ %  JSg l i?B mittee that thc commissions whlcu pouches. Purses, Sponge Bags. ted and clarify any points raised and hardware were ^ntroUed frf l ^,ViL P I ii^s possible^ re allowed on all of the more Paper Serviettes. Face Ti-ru Bedstead: Phillies Milk of y-f*Pliosforlnc Riylosan Pillules. Ashton A Parsons Tinctures do. Polytaxm Capsules Rendell's quinine pessaries Saccharine Tablets (Parke Davis Jacks—all kind* & C Agricultural implcmeni Agricultural Forks) Aluminium Sheets Aluminium Manufactured Article* Artisans' Tools (except Chisels, Saws and Files) Bar Iron and Mild Steel Bars Batteries— all kind-; except Fta-hllght Bievcle and Bicycle Parts Bicycle Tyres and Tubes Bolts and Nuts Brooms and Urushes Cement Cleanser* Coolpot-; and Iron Pots Cooking Utensils in Iron and Steel Copper Sheeting Copper Manufactured Article* Cutlery—all kinds Enamelled Ware Electrical Equipmcvt — wire and accessories used in commercial and Domestic installations F.lectrlcal Spare Parts Electrical apparatus—all kinds not specifically mentioned Farthenware— all kinds Enamels and Varnishes Everite Sheets Flashlights and Torches FlashllKl-t Batteries and Bulb* llaivalwd Buckets aiul Other Vessels r.arden Hose Grindstones Clue Ironmongery—all kinds Irons—Sad and Box Sufferers from rheumallam will be interested ID the sxperlsnca related lo this man's letter :— "Some years ago 1 began to feel rheumatism la my arms and shoulders. Then pafaa started in the small of my ba-V, incremalns until they wars really sarere. I bought a bottle of Kruschen and was %  orprised to flod that I got a little relief. I bought another and before it was OnlshfHl all ray pains had goa^ and from that day l.avo not appeared again. My j.ilns were nbaLlnsta and the relief really aurprissd me."—TJt. Rheumatic pains and backache at* usually toe result of polsona in the blood— POIBODS which laiy bow^le and tired kidneys are falling to expel. For those complaints there Is no finer treatment than Kruscben Salts, which cleanses all the Internal organs, stimulates tbsm to normal healthy acltou and thus restores freshness and vigour. •All Chemists and Stores sail Kruscben. FREE YOURSELF from the BONDS OF CONSTIPATION with MORSES SPILLS INDIAN ROOT ••' %  >.i> rtxtW, b"laixa*al raitMan ill Wi ,-~ posil d its ap-1 ; %  VI thatM j, Umlon o'| sh ,^ .^rdwarp were b member, of the Committee, in under the Price of Good' (Data .r U *^*VI^ r ttta?* JSMld 7mVon"it"liem. of lood.tuffs have and KlMMX BicvelM .ittee mc, relenec, Order IMS which ..Hewed ^7 Jfca^O—• -Jgg „„?*, C h.ngl .in the, were r.u^.r. .Includlnj, Thermo, Blanket this way. thc Comn lamps—all kinds Leather Leather Goods—Manufactured Leatherette Leathers—Chamois Unseed Oil Locks and Keys Lubricating Oil (eitcept from Dollar Sources) Motor Cars. Vans and MotoCycles Motor Trucks and other Motoi Propelled Vehicles Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycla Parts (a) Bulbs (b) Spark plugs (c) Tyres and Tubes (d) All other parts Nails Netting—Wire Plywood and Wood substitutes in hole sheets •til-.* .a-, .ai' s> btiM IONIC i, _" Ml e • VII '• i • a..w--> usider important items of foodstuffs have ^B€iz^x. inn^r^'t^^r ^^rt^i xt^^BB '^RS gS? anBS SSfcS. ~ ^r "—"SSTinnd. .tnre, Sholciie and The Control ot pru and Paten < •9 !" „*a" '•> ~ .S !" *? were l.osed on thc aver.,e prMIt ln.eedclde. ... BranierM, (excapt thM. Irom Arucles Tho prl price Items cost of most of ? u bl er r* Goods that time, the %  *'-* Oil Soap —is~:Ssafses w s&em Ramwa i %  1T",',\ rUt r"i T STc' lUPpliM ' "' druap^. by .ible level able II. A. Cuke. (. .B.a. M l-.v £*£, ,.,(. mm whle ,ccountin nrm of Mesrs n,ed prlc ** rovell :md Skerte attended • 12. The CommiUee conald^. ., mcft.nc of thc Committee to e,h,t thenc Order, have liecn .chleved. the control ot prices Merchai.u Alatioii *, %  • '!' pUin in more delnil the v.riou. .natively admlnlllered in the ,„ould be re-irtltuted In any rented thai the prolii a owe or, document, which h:,d been .ub„„. „f llxed eatabllahmcnt.. bal event, the Committee canuder S^WlMjIMaH b. altered (Tea mrtted by thl. nrm it ha. been Impoulblo lo exer, h .t a rwiew of profit marjlti. itajd awMW rale w a per 1. Fro,., 0 careful and detailed c |, c an, effectlvccontrol over the ahould be made in twelve <1) "P.^J'^-'Xir.Zurn M 2-5 inveiation of the accounts tubhuduter trade alnce there h. montluf time. k T^ ^XmHtei i^coinSe that % %  aolphei. Pill, mlttcd hv the v.riou. nroup. of been no co-oper.Uon on the part IB. II tbe recommendaUoi, that The Committee reeognlre th. ,.„.,.,. and a. .1 result of our of the general public The numItem. In free .upply .hould. be "' cusslons with reprebar of projcutlon and convic withdrawn from prti r, nf thele roup, we tlon. in 1M were and B for accepted, tlw Ci the net 13 Dollar Sources) Canvas Caps (Man's at Boy's) Carpets, Ruga, ate. Corsets . Girdles Putty pumps—Cycle and Motor Car Rope. Twine, Cord and Hemp Scales and Balances Shades—Lamp other than glass p-oved"". ,,/beV* !" ; SE5%Zt^&&X& !" 1e. Soap i • MeSSW g ,^ece"cSd, (e.cep, thec IZT, fSjFtftSSf'J^S tSSUfSLStX. SS J*t*^ rSTiSSZ SOUrW irnVeeTs'and T,n Manufactur Pencils Pens SCHEDULE J Agarol Alka Seltzer trsKler^; vstrlous sentatl, increased overhead costs, the control is present amount allowed as comnittee recommission which Is the same airgtns of before the war is inadequate and %  %  dealo.-; lu The Committee have not prices of which will continue to should be made Crystals Alum Powder Analgesic Balm (Parke Davis Co), allowanro Atvteewi Liver Salts t the discretion Aspirin IBayerj Crib Sheeting Drills 4. Twills Fibre—Cocoa nut s*umlture i. Cabinet Ware. rludiog office furniture Metal a Wood Haberdashery—Hard Haberdashery—Soft I Handkerchiefs 4Ties JSiaery (except Men's from DolWicks lar Sources) Articles Turpentine and Turpentine Substitute of Tallow Utensils (Sloclrlc) Irons, toasters. Sets refrigerators W C. Lavator; Wire—tU kind Wood Preservative* Zinc Sheets. NEWS FROM BRITAIN .. .. .... i... %  .,.!„.., „ %  ,,ii„t i^w-in has incrcaslMlv considered thai I remember, for instance, the —— By David Temple Roberta I ONDON atari by dealinil with Ihe problem ha incrca.mly considered that Berb.il Morrison. In 1 h c of Arab refuec In Tram-Jordan those who are not "*'"""?" FerelKii S.^i.-ur.'. r.Kl-decoraled He will do thl. to try and rellevi B|a rat Ihem. So lhe Perttan Lfc* oveTlookiK. S.. Jume.-. the burden on that country Then decision to ban the bro.dc.su iSrk. U recatvuff an >mUn< he V& Iry to make peace beof lhe Voice of Amwiea looked irrW of appeal, to Lome ,w„l. the stale of Israel and the to lhe Americans, like most "ScklV. The Uniu-U States Kiu.don. of Jordan Mr. Morrison daimarous move ,ow, 1 '^ '"' M„ V be.ur7ie< !" el he i^Spuned Ml "* rVr.,^ hand in insisting on year. al,i and II beam no com„|,| ,:„.;.• t< A'J^HT, """• *""•"•"* no Sv,e, nmtration .In any ,,a.i M n v.l L the^ ca llt at mm AM |Vmr Power ecnfensicv. Gerrnanv that s<*emed to be at Issue was But there Is a principle involved whether u letter lo an M.P. is that stands above party polities "privileged" as well as prlvale. And what matters. It seems to luaX convicted of ritual This idea of privilege is one of is .„-. h House of Commons can — %  mote colony. It the basic liberties of Parliament remember, for instance, rase where Parliament intervened at the last moment In th fate of murder ii was learned l"> Parliament that developed over SOO years. It the men would be hanged the mmt jei ou ,iy guarded by MemOI ;he rts" !" to %  ** *>P lnlon * a following da> The whole House WM Qt parliament because nu met ir. the mornings I.: dissipated tbioughou* mally lengthy sittings. Ruffled novernment feelings iiulucod by tlie Opposition tactics in the effort to break its stnyine ho'holds views vastly conpowers has lead to some research JOINT AND AAUSCLE PAINS Ma>y memn kidney troubfo A faa ct io n of the kidneys is to eliminate harmlui impurities from tb* systasn. If the kidnrys proaluggish, these iinpiinue**' (un.olate and aetlle sod often become a cans* of pain ID joints aad •nestles. The way to tackle tbc trouble is to help the kidneys. TJaey shonlil b<* loned ap wiib De Witt's Pills -the medicine made STjascisIlp lor this tMitpoic. De Wkt-s Pillhave' %  seothmg. cssaassBC and antiseptic action on the kidoeys trmt pmgt ft back to perform thrtr ,. %  n i function properly. This v,>i. tried mediune is sold all over iJ thc world and we have man., I letters frosn siiflerers IrUir.R ^ of relief gained, after yeaii Of suffering, by taking De Witt's Pills. Try them for your trouble. Go to your chemist a: gstatapptj lorla* still become so zealous m defence A* Mr. Murrisun was getlinR Id be most ^rBtdled to see m*d w his new itatT in the nm Tho West Qernian_ poUllForeign Office this weak, he must Members a tight of speech In Parliament ._ fear of the law of libel Soviet infiltration In any iiarisaH wiUi the case that arose And n wa aJway* thought that Jt they said that tlie Voice of this we.lt escapt that it aroused k]w — v ,v, mu \u freedom and ._L.._ \._^.^J....l ^ a.. Dua'. lli„ inwa a>..r> Baf pvrllir>n*nl rv to their own. The "Spirit" ol The Home %  .an. both Chrlstatn Democrat llkV „ fl ulu1 ,nd Sotiali't, spe:!* regretrully fro n rni ,\ if uf Mr. BevU''' nirure ot Ut>" foreign OTTIM-. which tbejate iiicluied irt a'sociatP exchiilvi-ly .iih |,.. rimu' in disinanUing Garman factories They would Ids* to see .I Mr MorTi;on it mole flexible. fhe French Foreign Ofllce rtlgc thai relations between Lsondon ;i'id Paris have been etsasS-gMlriod and sometimes imrascrsEariiy brusqui ptgri hsffi llrat opportuiiity tat tudylng the new Minister nt iirtcrs with hU arrival •here recently to take par* in the crucial seventh session of the (V.mmlttee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. di Mi I would certainly i to Pakistan and In.ii I Of muie •xtcttsivc visit* tha : i out I uii his way back frosn Ihe Colombo Confer. % %  .,, %  But the fact uf the mallei .. that Mr Morrison has little ..me foi hi-trips He has a high ilecislonri ot> hi' ,lwk thai haTg mounted In tlie : while Mr. H.-V111 .. been intermittently 111. There U n policy to be workiii uui qulckbr for thc Poieigr, Conference — which we -ill presume will take placa Middle Eastern pt>Uc> wJu.h I nispact will be quite a change from Mr. Bevln's. I think Mr. Mca-risdn wfl. ncomlng new %  ticuiarly alarming K.ventarc moving so fo-i Uier.' that 1 cannot otlempt to co\*er tlieiii HI this cornmentur> But there 19 one clue I can give you to understanding what H "'lappcning in Persia. Ii Is ,.,untry wluvre BritbJi and American policy i< hmdiuneti tally at variance. Britain has 1.1 ways been satisiied with Per<-.|j a a neutral country This has t.^nrv'." S lvp h opportunities for Britisl •**••' -.-.— a-,.,-,,! nl ilni-,.livlil the sme son of excitement |n th: ( %  -" iiiuT,ias.it> to writers of letters to Member of MPV During the war. for inletter "ia*ita, ihousaiids of men into the procedure of the H m order to find out whether the Government has any means cf effectively calling a halt to thc Schoolboy rapture' over the oppositions tactics. Over a 100 rival of the last day of term labour backbenchers think they --msifnlflcani compared %  a clue to solution of the America broadcasts to Persia were inflammatory and unlnten %  :. i..,i',v provided tlie Soviet, .;,i, *i men in inw "• % %  %  • -.-....!" ..-. fron. tnm a V.esr of the ehurch of ">med services wrote frank letters Sheeted the arrival of Thurs^ Knglond which wa, violentl;. • % %  their M.Ps on the understand*• ^If JX"^ W.gg. Metnber for Dudley, they Her a succession of davs and !*• taUed a tkm that on any t day on which •prayers for the oiriers Irohnl dieiL' Pmsia leports Hint this iliiiUler uf Defence. Mr. G.E.C .otintry where It is difficult 'for" .•I't.^Mnericon. and ionta,uad mg that nothi tluLOliiV of the true Western view-., rather cynically expressed. M P could br Alli-< u be Wvtlglit into htrr" %  th* kmd usuaUy put out by m.l.t.,ry charge against them. That. lony Thi'. of course makes It lved especially u a Bishop of ''ovel technique twice recently JJ, of walking out of debates, teavinr only two or three fron' benchi ifhiPncJ %  •' n: Tbc Mitnlier of Parliament Mho received the letter uknosrTh ittmd it with a shOffl nouto Its mvotvfSl especially as a Bishop rnder and himself vni lhe letter the church of England can bo rt to the vicar** superior, his and Dr. Chovaas* happens to be— The House of Coinmon.. ihe. bisiioo. Dr Chm'ssse. the I-nrrl a member of tho House of Lords listen to flip diatribes ot the otnc week, roused itself lo OtW of it*h~t of TtOche-t*r. l)i C'hevUnfoilunutely this rase arouses! s d' Evi Mr Speaker ras leet commercial developments of iis exciting inomenl* over a question Mac, it Ls understood, wrote to party passions — Conservatives caught up in the troubWi water. oil. and It guards Rnt v-iiy lo the C f liberty .nnd the snlije.: l the .iropngnndising vicar :.iul were Inclined automatlctilly to stirred by wearisome fining* conPersian Gulf and the Indian always find it excitini; in OWi sugg-^tctl he ought to resign, defend their member and Soc'alllm lr, K ,mo ,h o p n r| y rfottw of th* Ocean at the least expense. But. Purliamint roused. Justly or unThose are the clear tact* of the ,** nutomatically to denounce morning. The sultry inrod in since the war. American policy justly, on an Issue such as thi*. case. The question of principle hira. which members on all sid^s have liquor of nny kind should be sold or consumed In the Members' smoking-room.; or elsewhere within the precincts of the House of Commons "after 10 p.m." Sine* it is the Labour Members who gfg walking out of the debating chamber "after 10 p.m." these nights, the Tories probably feel a Wek Is being shaped to beat the backs of somebody other thnn the Tories. USE MORE DISTILLED WATER rtfrf"ic#r--s rmiave moiton rrnei him m tht same pfcscs f*f." "Oi emrtt ti nrm %  IiirSafSf. n\r> ., 4f HM-i SH des> £•>—tf tan Hr'iR th* uisr (•*•. %  oa'ri*oir " U > ihttr fontf Ittnej marrhet to tht o-n-rsMos-sl lOM that net Mr' rfftirri." and I do *or\ t'rm. %/oa don't •Ji< mitita'u ttcrttt uith ^tumqet m umdoti Express Seme*



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SI NDAT, APRIL 1. 1951 SUNDAY ADVOCATE P.w;r 11 i \ i v THE YOUNG ALSO SERVE BY JANET LOWELL WALKER Would you tike to know what I think of M.P.s who suggest that oHicars should have horses and that the age-limit for soldiers should be raised'" .. LouOoo EfcOrM Sorriae Slimming...It's The Men Who Start Best llj < IIAI'.M Y\ I'lM III II BALLET FOR ORLANDO THE CAT Five Voices Off The Stage Will Help Tell His Story OVERWEIGHT women %  far more sorioualy hanmcapprr Robert Mei^aiiee ..ml IV. KIMr \VlddowMB have devised a simple method of meaaurng the exact amount of fat in any person's body. This has not boon possible before. Tne person under test drtnkl a tumblerful of bitter liquid, and later eels MI in,eclion. Uy blood tettl the scientists can then nssess the total Vetght of fat in the body. A corpulent lb-stone man was found to be carrying %  i i;ii Bui .HI H-stone woman of slmilur build was saddled with more Hion nine stones. Tlie scientists found a further rhy women must suffer more Ill-health und exhaustion from excessive weight—the proportion of muscle to fat is much lower in their bodies. The fattest men in the tests had roughly one pound of musi le for i very pound of fat. Hut the stoutest womi'ii had only half this amount Is It Seme? (andldalCN for thr higher post* must also have had at Irasl three years' experience Royal Romance. THIS stamp brings you a fairy tale that came true. The Emperor of Persia fell In 1 ve with Soraya a girl of 18 through her photograph and in a g--wii of e.OOO diamonds she be cama his bride three weeks ago No other royal romance has appeared ao quickly on a stamp. The set of six costs 2s. 2d.—J.A.A. —L.E.K. in resevch or development work, and preferably have had experience In fluerinr chemistry. Appointments will Involve a short Initial p tl of . . 'THIS advertisement gives awuy one of the Government's most closely guarded atomic secrets-the precise purpose of the £ 10.0O0.UOO factory being built at Capenhursl. near Chestar. The two words "fluorine* chemistry" make it clear to anyone who has read the published U.S. report on atomic energy that uranium 235—the exploalvo used In the Hiroshima bomb—is to be made at the factory. I am doing no possible harm by pointing this out. The security authorities scrutinised !l. advertisement before it WM published. They knew tiint military attachel In foreign embassies wouM glean every scrap of information from it. But they decided that without Including the two vital words they would not be able to recruit the specialised scientists they need. This was n damaging decision In my view the security authorities are taking the lazy way out of their difficulties. Every week, in technical Journals which arc sent abroad, Government advertisements make disclosures giving unfriendly countries most valuable information about our defence plans. They give the exact localionf of brink Anna working on guided missiles and radar. Ily revealing tlie type of technicians needed at secret research stations they disclose the kind of work going on there. From the frequency with which Certain advertisements appear foreign agents can guess where defence work is held up by staff shortages. Whnt could they do? Most of the jobs could be advertised through private box numbers This would at least hide the locations of important targets. When highly apvcialised men are needed they could be approached privately. For the Capenhuist jobs, for instance, there are so few fluorine experts In Britain that they could hnvo been written to individually. Post-war advertisements have revealed the exact location of nearly every important defence Station and factory. Now they at* giving away far too much about the work going on there. This serious source of leakage in our security screen should be plugged immediately, before further damage is done.—L.E.S "Fluorine: a greeniah-yeUou 1 rorroiirc van. mill in ertraeling (he cxpiotivr uranium 235 from harmless uranium metal. Orlando, a marmalade-coloured cat who stalks a kitchen in South Munms.. Middlesex, will be the subject of a ballet being created for the new Festival Garden* amphitheatre in Hattersea But Orlando is quite obll to his fame. He lives in quiet contentment with two Slnmese UttBni ."id a Welsh sheep dog named Jasper. The cat belongs to authoress Kathleen Hale. He is the second of the line. The first Orlando died four years ago at the age of 13. Grey-hnired, 52-year-old Miss Halo wrote the story of Orlando's Silver Wedding in 1B44. This year she celebrates her OWQ silver wedding and her tale has been chosen by the Group The.itre for the Festival ballet. In private life authoress Hale is Mr*. Me Clean, housewife and mother of 20 and 17-year-old sons. Bringing Orlando to life is Sadler's Wells dancer Harold Turner. Sally Gilmour. who will leave Carousel for 10 weeks, will dance Orlando's wife Grace. There will bo no corps de ballet but a troupe of Ifl individual dancers. Miss Hale also designed 'he scenery, the cofciumes. and wrote the lyrics lor the bullet U is thrHIIng to w:.teh the Story rome alive," she said today. "The costumes, particularly for the glrl, must he very feminine and yet portray the character of the cat. We have hbd to be most careful to make thiin unlike artificial pantomime cats Composer Arthur Benjamin who wrote the score, has had the idea of placing five vocalists In the orchestra pit. They will act M additional instruments, tilling in the story where dancing and mime cannot convey the full details. The ballet must be ready loi the opening at the amphitheatre on May 3. Then the big question will be weather—it it is wet Orlando will have to take hi* silver wedding partv elsewhere. from left Ui right: Two Siamese cat* and Orlando II. Oa suard In fra.nl: Jaaper the Wrli* -li.fii ilu —I..B.H. In this American rtt* hoy. and tirk do volunlrrr •MW work, operate ihelr o i buslnrsae* and •Use successful radio -in'" • From "The Latdsvllle Courier Journal It was three o'clock In Uic afternoon. The dismissal bell iang ai Atherton High (secondary %  School in Louisville. Kentucky, in the American South. L'bby Schwartz ran to her loik er. tossed in her books; put on her coat and hurried to the bus. It was Wednesday—her afternoon for work at the Jewish Children's Home A few minutes later *he raa going through the %  '.-uls of the ion\.descent home. Talking with Uie little boys and girla there. The youngster* kept .battering about a new boy they teemed to think was strange. Ha tried all the time and he would i l play with anybody, they said, ml he did not talk the wa> they did. Tlie supervisor told Libby Uiat the new boy spoke only Hebrew and that was why he was so lonely and why the oUicr children thought him stranic Libby found the unhappy little boy in o corner by himself sobbing. She went up to him and spoke softly ,n Hebrew. His reaction was Imnedlate. Smiling for the lira' on' La days, he threw his arms about Libby's neck crying out in Hebrew. "Oh. 1 love you!" A teen-age social worker had done another good Job. Libby's story could be repealeJ some 200 times. There are ilia. many girl s from various secondary school* in Louisville enrolled In n volunteer programme through which each mil Hives at least two hours a week-—often more— to won at a welfare ;mciwy The tevn-nge vohitit< ei pi proVlng her usefulness as a junloi Citlren. According tu Mrs Italph P. 1-ong. head of the Volnu. r"a Hureau who directs their CUvKles, 50 per cent, of the vol. iinteer social-service work In Louisville ) %  • done by teen-agers. •Dancing and fun are not thonU mil-resti of this younger K uration. Kvery week night |l headquarters of Junior Ac I'M-inenl. Ii. son will mid abi it 100 boys and gtrfl %  themselveg while learning how to run a business. "Learning by dptng" Is the official motto of the 10 I-oulsvllle Junior AthieveRiel companies, hut that Is far too dignified I term to describe the enthusiastic approach of these youthful students of business methods. Under the direction and nipat> vi ion of cxiviitivr. (ram iti sponsoring hu*in< JUOior Achievetneii' t .m|>;my %  tually mnmifactures and >'i p |irodu>t. learning standard l>n-inesa owthodj of l>ok keeping and distribution. One junior company is selling plywood study boards us fast as it ran turn them out. Just before Chrlatanaa anOthCi company disposed of ttlbslant.al numbers of gilt peekagM thn gh retail outlets Robert CuAYy. director of the Lajuigviila Junior Achievejnent, |nc. explained how the plan opt rahi in one rol i ptii stuients a^perlanea the full cycle of bmlrtmi ofganlxatloD, nuuiufarture, and liquidation. If Ihey no into liankruptcy, that Is all ught. We do not want them to gel too rofcy ,i picture "I i ness world. On' 1 of our groups ii ahowtng a 200 \T RJU Craig. a Louisvilto Girl 8ci ul ulreetor. the current national Gttl Seoul protect Is Schoolmaie^ Overseas." The Scouls will sew musette like bugs and Itll them with school supplies. At the Young Men's Christian Al i i latl m .i hltle hoy learn n dlviiiR. His SV.IHUI.WII: teacher ir not much elder lhaji he. a ieiiiber of a teen ne giuu,i which is spending hours at Ihi organi/atiou's headquarters lean ing younger lioys to IKIX. or swin or play basketball or volleyball The big-brother feeling towards the hide boys Ihey teach is splendid thing and often wanu frlendshipa develop between the two age groups as teen age yout.i leaches grade-school youth how to play .he ttlN One cold, blustery day in November, countless doors throughout the poorer sections of Louisville opened upon a chcerlnt sight, as young girls from the Young Women's Christian Ai daUon took big baskets of food for Thanksaivlng dinners to m families who miKht otherwise have had •< fe-tive meal on thai %  pel lal day. 'It is all part of th-' girl's service programme," ex plained Ihe director of the teen agcrs' arltvllics at the Youiu Women' A Christian Association. Through these various actlvltie, in the fields of social service business activities, and assistant:* to less fortunate ncighl>ours. th< boys and girls of OM AiueiWe city are learning lessons of greai value al thev prepare for then responsibilities as future citizens ^*V>V^,^V^S*V-sVM^^ WHEN YOU HAVEN'T A CLUE WHAT'S WRONG i of appetite and lack Hut you nre houndwl by low spirits, debility, loss or appeute ana lacK of concentration, you should fasten your suspicion on your oTERVES. They are Ihc culprits that make you feel depressed and generally miserable when they get over-strained and frayed. But you can arrest the cause of this condition by promptly taking . NUTROPHOS a concentrated preparation of Thiamide. Chloride anil Phosphorus, of outstanding value in a\\ cases of nerve disoi | You will soon find that you EAT WELL. SLEEP WELL and FEEL WELL when you take . NUTROPHOS Ww/AUMV//AWMmw// SIO S WNOE LTD-A 9 nl> iziziziziz MQ BRUSH... UP... YOUR... SMILE*. 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PAf.r TWIHI Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1951 OIK READERS SAY: PiiliiH-lt* mini a* the matter before his Council, /-.. Aui. A M/>ftlM* ..greed that *hen the letter c.u %  £ >' f. M referred to by Mr Copi SIB.—The Committee of Manrct( hc wrtuW lnform ,h r Coun mment 01 raj lub -navt fl o( thc su(! gesied change to be directed me to write you concern„. ,j„ n 0 f • ,,,. profits nig an article appearing i" the Apparently this Wai never issue of your paper of Sundav rc i f ., rr i to d[ the Council meetUst, ?4ih (natani written by O S. lng B report of i i IIIIII i-iiiM.in which appeared of rnday. 22nd report in your issue instant. It scorns extremely strange Hut the B.A.FA send representatives to thii Mcctinc who arc supposed to report tack to their Council %  -. place, but did not do bo. and allowed itu public to be misled. This Club, although the word •can" was used in the letter footcori'iN Mr Coppin has written an •rtieu' which conveys to the general public th.it this Club Is endeavouring; to place term* before the Barbados Amateur Foot ball Association which could not beaccepted, and. therefore in . major way atop football being played at Kensington. Fn'tlv we would ItM to miorm the public that the Barbados referring to the playing Cricket Association u-cei I at Kensington, are willing us nations Q| J1.4110O from this they always have been to coo Club durum the IMS and 1850 % %  " any counter suggestion by seasons, and we are in a position 'he B.A.F.A.. but would make it to %  date that no contributions have perfectly clear to the public that been made by the DATA they intend whenever renting the Oval to make provision for some On the ftth May. 1950, the part „f the rental to be paid to Cricket Association wrote to us the B.C.A Our outlook Is that nd to thc B.A.F A a*king cricket is our primary game In that some consideration be given this Island and every effort should to granting them some percentage i>p made by all other Aof the profits made from football to contribute something to help at Kensington They informed pay for the pavilions and stand* us that they were still heavily in used for all sport, debt lor the pavilions and land purchased outside of the Oval The public must not lawe sight ib wrote to the B.AT.A. of the fail that all branches of on the 9th June and again on the *pcit have thrived since the 2nd August ajfcfOaf that a Joint pavilions and stands have been Meeting be convened to consider rebuilt The B.C.A. have %  houlthis matter: To these letters no detcd the expense, except the •ctoowtedgmen) %  • %  received. Ptvilion which belong* to this nnd it was not until the 14th Chip, and therefore the B.C.A. March this year that this Meeting must be helped by the other took place. user* of the Oval for sport or Meanwhile the matter wag Ola llierwlse. cussed by the Management ComSome may argue that the mittee of this Club and it was fl.C A. take all profits from decided lb.I some material help CricHC, but after all they are should I B <* %  *..!; tbcu using ihe.r own facilities to after ;ill have provided ihe Pavilr u ,;her the primary game inns nnd Stands used by the foot J ball public. It would bo as well that the public be made aware of the fact that under the termof the l*ase ,..,..,„ w(w ; held by this Club. Kensington Oval Is at all limes under (nrrtrol of the Pickwick Cricket Club except when it is required for Intercolonial or International I . Having the foregoing Information before | %  BOW 10 the Meeting which was convened to discuss the terms of the 1951 football season. to fcubsciil* i< gulerly Ti riot aim *t an .mumnt too high and then drop back. Unlike the otJstfl credit unions they do not feree membcr> t<. subscribe to a fixed amount It is much belter to subcents per week and give it regularly. th" to subscribe *.'i e-ne month and a similar amount th next eight months By addressing e*ch other as '•brother" and brings them close toud forms a means of solviiid their problems. He said they must attend Study Offoup meetings because at these interesting topics arise. At one meeting they discussed the connection between Co-operati It Happens In Our Town TODAY, we want you to meet Emma, an unemployed domestic of 34 She rents a house at iot shillings per week, is the mother cl five children, a girt of ten, twins, six years old, and te others. 2 year, and twenty months respectively. A medical report says that she is suffering from anemia, no doubt the direct result tot starva. tion. SquaJor is the only word Democracy ami which describe* her home, and Communism In his opinion the hcr children, ragged and dirty, movement opposes both the Comare the pspgeny of several %  nun-.-, and the Capitalist bul thev fathers. can i>oth join as DO one Is barred-. You blame her of course. You Alter this address a subject shudder at her mPral degradation "Why Hive I Joined the Cooperand sin. But do you know that alive Movement'' was fixed for the she is your neighbour ? She lives nexr. Study Group meeting. The in your street, Just around the muting then closed with prayers corner from you. Have you no The Shamrock Credit Union has moral responsibility towards her its own songs which were comrd if not her. her children. PCK.-.I by Mr. Hill. The words of who will grow up go be without follow:— The Shamrock Co-op Song time lo watt* i sense of responsible citizenship or worth ? The loyal Brothers wtoald welcome an opportunity go help Emma rehabilitate herself and children if you will come to th Fair arid Carnival beginning on the ~th June and Join in the crowning of the Queen on that date. Did you know that there would be a Queen of Carnival? Well ypu should. But Emma wouldn't be there, nor her children. They will beon the outside. Next time, we hope ti welcome them on the inside, properly clothed, washed and happy as only children can be. Barbados the ket B W i This Club U in the same posiany other sports organ vhb use the Oval in the "i i.ve that if as custodians of the ground 'hey ore willing to fftre up past of any profit made from rentals, etc. for the reasons given i bove. then let us all give some help m order that all branchet *t sport will benefit. There ran be no organised sport of any kind without finance, there can he no finance without the enclosed Oval and there would be Thc B.AFA. were represented no revenue if proper accommoby Mr. D. H L. Ward and Major ration was not offered the A R. Foster, M R.F. the RCA public. voice in th< ALTHOUGH John Clifton Hughe* is only V years old. he will ait tor kls first music examination this month and play before so examiner of the Associated Board of the Roy.il Schools of Music. The aana] entry age for this first examination is eight years. John Hughes comes from the village of High Wycotnbe, Builcs, Bug. —L'press — Eipn-ss Nurses Back Horn They Save To Help Each Other 20 COMB TO TVAD OH TRADL TRIP POltT-OF-SPAIN, March 29. A uelegation of 20 men :nrr A i Trinidad by the Argentina. By TONY VANTERPOOL group of expeiu.es thc Union holds ON JULY 29. 1917 Catholics sat around a table and and bazaars yearly. For those held a serious meeting. They concerts Mr. Hill composes thc it they must find some songs and partare played by Now it Is for you Mr. and Mrs. Public tp judge the case. The real question at Issue is "Should means of saving their money and members. the B.C.A. receive a share frr.m suggested the formation of a savi^t vcar tncy celebrated their Uie It A F A. and other sources mgs union. Tnlrd Anniversary on July J9 rrcd lo by Mr. tnony profit made from sport or That was four years ago but wlth a parly and improinpUl noor [ wai suggested DOW iSS^tSSt* Uk8 ,ac sn^mrock Vr^Unlo'n'^d %! show Palher **£ion atlHu. ,.r >h* . a im J l Kensington Oval. hhamrotk Credit Union and its -a n „. -,-, ai J ,,la ii,. MMM nsingtoi Remember it had already be rneinbcmhip ha.* and ils e g ,-J risen from twenty although having proceedings had Mr. Jusltc J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. W K Atkinson as observer*, and this Club had their Management Committee present. The letter red Coppin in which that the nctl profits of the season would be divided by the three WuJP mmodlateLv objected to Tetter quoted wa* to be amended, the time of formation their head m e P rm. When' he MI asked l*u* both the Council of the quarter* was St. Patrick's School „ o make -i suVgest, n o"B BA FA. and Mr. Coppin appear Room at JemmotU I-ane and t..Da > Au u 1 26 „ J'*' *?<*"£: he thought Suitable to the Unorant of this fact day the, arc enrolling members were decorated w.th flag* lor the BAFA he said AOf of the net! football U not played this from other religion*, providing ci-eniiig mid guesu of hoiii>ui weri to the B.AF.A and lo thc P.C.C.. year at the Oval it will be no they are proposed by Catholics. !" " &ft, *** "ff *j£' with 20S of the nett to the fault of this Club as in no way Members of this union benefit Arne. Social Welfare Officer. For BCA but he would have to have we made any attempt to considerably from loans. As one Ihelr Bazaar, which wa* held on nlare the suxBestlon before his stille this, but the interests of member told me, "I could not November 30. over 200 tickets was especially delighted the to between My and sixtyFrom patHck^Scouts*' 8lVC ** Sl They celebrated Co-operators' Council. On further discussion it was suggested that this per ccntage he ehanged to 374*( each to the B.AFA and the P.C.C nnd 25^ lo RCA Mr .1. M Kidney in the chair asked Mr. Ward if he would accept this, he again replied that he would place 29th March, 1991. the RCA must be protcctd Thanking you tor space. Yours faithfully, PICKWICK CRICKET CLUB. HAROLD. D. KIDNEY Hon. Secretary. iifford to take $75 out of my pocket were sold. %  nd buy u bicycle but I borrowed _. from the union and today I can Volunteered wft^a^r^tfSSer^ %^ £ ^ t* the union. This makes him "a comnilltccs are all volunteers and qualified borrower" the y take a P rWe '" lne •CttwlMM When formed in 1947 it was ot tho y nlon /. l ' s nc l 1 5 onno ^ ed with the Church They hold MISS ENID SKINNER and Miss Evelyn Francis, two Barbadian, nurses from the General Hospital, returned yesterday morning from England by the Gelflto Miss Skinner who went up on ... a five year course sponsored oy last leg cf a trade trip which CD. and W. to do general nursing ok them to South America, and midwifery, studied at Whitrtley were able to hold discustingtoii and Epsom Hospitals. She slon* with businessmen and qualified In midwifery in August other officials. They represent last year and stayed on for an the Illinois Manufacturers' Assoadditional six months working at elation, and intend studying the st James' Hospital -,. Trinidad Ai.i to Pioneer Indusshe expects to take up an apr tries Ordinance with a view to pn intment H t the Hospital as Sister xpluing Ihe possibilities oi Miss Francis, a former Charge pening businesse s In Tri nidad. Nliraf of he Hospital, had a year's iiurslng course at the Royal College of Nursing. St James Hospital. St. Bartholomew's She ob3 In Search Qt A Gramophone tamed distinction in physiology. %  rrc., ou, o. -TTJM nUlr ti0n '" d P s *' chol0By PORT-OF-SPA1N. March 29. In Trinidad for the sole pur1 H buying records and a i.i He "non-electric gramophone" are two Columbian Inca Indians, Manuel and Benite. The two Incaa are eousin s and are related to Incas who previously visited STOCKHOLM. March 31 Cuiacas*. Aruba. Panama, GuateSweden will quadruple her tax mala Ecuador and Venezuela. &n exported newsprint from 50 to But they are dissatisfied with 200 crowns per ton from tomorTnnidad, however, because they row the Baord of Trade here anhave lot as yet been able to find nounced today. .i.nnophone to their liking. _Heeler 7wo /ncas Visit T'dad Sweden Quadruples Tax On Newsprint POLICE BAND THIS EVENING railed the St. Patrick's Sw..._ Union and later t.e Catholic meetings twice monthly. On the Snvings Union. Their capital at oco '"l Thursday of the month is thai time was only $28 and It Was the General Meeting and Study only for Catholics. Group Meetings are luted Tor Hit rr>HE Police Band conducted by Orchids for Mv Lady" and Eddy Father Ellis of British Guian.. fourth Tuesday of every mon'n. Capu FUiSon wUI plav the Hall with "Mother MaCrae". came to the ,s|and in 1948. and When 1 visited the Shanu follnwlne Druer i me it music in U ? l .? k keen ln,ere in headquarters they were having one Oucen"s I'Lrk t^ 'veuin^berin""' Unlun He loW ,ne *'" %  %  'of thctr General MeetingAlte, MIIU ( 45 e\enmg iwgm Nt'MBER OF BCS passenger* Ior.,tc that they had a certain praver was said, there was Kol. r.RANn MAitrii "Tannhauvr" %  * %  who were awaiting a Progresamount of money saved and this call and then the minutes of the -Worn..-' %  **• '"• K> <*rrj them to the City money should be put to some use Uist meeting were rend and adoptEXCERPTS FROM 5TH %  ,,j y rnoTOlng had a scare of In the same year Father Sullivan c d. Mls G. Sclby. Treasurer, then SYMPHONY Tichailotrsku ,,,elr "ves A mahogany pole o f Jamaica visited Barbados ami mad her report up to February SUITE LaiWienne'Gcorue Hirer which was propped up a few feet he inrucied them along the same 2t. from them fell Into the gutter Unas. They were both co-oper 0 One that narrowly escaped told Uvc priests, the Advocate. "It's a disgrace. |re( rt There was no red flag to warn uirccior* anyone and the pole was lefl The Directorate at that time was: Messrs. C. Jarvls, president nffeeSTe "' Vice-Presidcnt, C Hill or ton*, treasurer. J. Clarke, Secretary Gully. St. Joseph, was injured asw M RuddfiP -ld „., s 4^' Thomas. on^Fndaj R C n 1H k> a mom i>er. They decided to r.> 1 in a credit union and called MORCEAU 'Gavotte in OUlei Style'' Saimde CHARACTERISTIC— 'The White Man" . "The Bed Man" .Souse ^Hssssgasl TWO PARISIAN SKETCHES (a) '•Demoiselle Chic" (b) "Bal Masqite" —Perry Flstejir* TWO SONGS: (a) "Friend of Mine" —.Sanderson (b> "Just a-Weaiying for you" Co rri e-Jocobs-Bon d SUITE"From Foreign 1-ands" —Mosrkowslfi Qermany. Russia, Spain HYMNS Lead us Heavenly Father lead us" .181 A. & M. "Be Thou my Guardian" 202 A. & M. Under rcspondei tMd, one and the corthe head *,i a, tw. iiu.i wen hum Fathei Parkinson other from Mothi QMMBMXt CHASE Alphons-.i... thanking the Union for their donation made to St. Patrick's School. This donation was from the proceeds Of the vening He was treated by Di W. H B. Johnson, P. MO. St. Joseph, and discharged A N IMIIIRY ini,. th dreumstances surrounding the death of Aubrey NUfM of PtdlM l^ind. St Michael as begun vesterday at the lloletown Police Courts by Mr s 11 Nurse. Coronei REV. RSES0R HOPES TO RETURN TO E'DOS LATER THIS YEAR Two new member*, wlio w.'iv If lh( Shamrock Cndttltaua. ,non noni'-wttd. "Tri Mkm Mr. D A. Wile., then Pubbr urouna wU mlrwluctd lo omer Ubrarimi. wai Ihe (lr ptrson lo member'! In manor, ot Hive thrin .. Urturt anj he lolU '"v* • %  onneeted to me I nion mr them of till e.nerienie In eomeml^rs addreu each other l operative worR In Nova Scotia •brother" and 'sister Mil Ih At thai tune thej did not know U strictly conhne.1 to Ihe biulna thai there wa a c:o-opcrUvc 01 Ihe Union. Oftleer arid Mr. Wiles told them thai Mr. J. M. Cave Jnr., held THE FAITH 11KA1.EK, Rev "I" 1 ""^ Mr C "'-' "f r M '" James F Recsor of Ihe Church "hem and lave a .-nes of inlereilof God. who visited Barbad. ,M • %  '*• %  Fro ") ! %  ' lk !" > short while agio, carries Seirishness Giving Ihe new nwmbOl %  I" talk". Mr. Hill. President, at' wore able to visually what the '" ">< %  Credit Union you must p Foot .Ich Cause Killed in 4 Days Pain and Itching ^r .;, Stopped in Jf e ^gm. •/ J. 7 Minutes ^ \s/ l*o TOOT ! &f IWh •<• batCr lh*l lh* i.url* clrlTr you truyT Dim — fiM crsrk and p*l An. .... b*tSfftn your to*i and on Ilia aolM Of !'•• *r\ m> acrr at BM Sftj law MtaW .1, i,ol |*l 11 ..bl." yoG .hc-jlrt Ml*' -"• % %  • •• %  > r imifui ana inai yi*u our noubir uniii rou ule rctpaiiiBiblr lor Kills the Cause llnan elntmrnti and liquidfU < u(ti food b*raua* Uvy do T.M flgM b undrrlyina (uf o( you' lrwu jnaltly il at tart la poitlti!* In on ii mr tit-w foot Irooblai and alae >n l„ n oil MutMlh rie'fm Infection Hh lb. %  tocioi %  pmritpileTi WB %  %  %  %  % % % %  SB Uw prrrlpllM ol u lamou. r..ll>ti akw aL-rc.alni and now imporfrd by lradH4 rTi.mmU Ml—aarta l poaillrHy uai*nUd to *Ad four foot lron*lr. and IDeaa 1 deOiuw acUiW. I, U k4Ua B. and wolbM ard •BID in i minutM I It oiak't •on. clau. and amoolh. Guaranteed Test <""t NIIO.KIfrom your ebnnUt Today Ajipli It tonis'it and you will i-aiitr a irninc I daya* I f,W, !, p.n m*m4mm UI haw kia*4 .uwand funjvi i"ponuubfe. and ou can ••• S*r younrir trial vour Kin r*Hi41r u or^-nirj ton clear, -mooth. and hralthy. but contina* It juat I daya lon|r lo aiatr iuro that the raaulu orcomnlatfly tnla<:;^:;l; : i ;:,i:;',fc ipi;c,^ Sar-t lo Ih. feat for T daya and than if no! rompfeUl* aal.'iVd M ,„, r ,,. mrraly trtuin lb* .m|>ly pNUH aD d yoor money will M rafHndrd cfet NCaadaraa from your .-ciiilM loOsj. JUa ftfaJtaMt protaeuju. '. fului"e had in store fur them. Ilh .mure „a in srore ,or u. "S^^Z !"!" ^"^ s-owsc EaBSSftfi ^iK:TS=ThpteS ^r ; £ r^'w. Harold Skeato. Roebuck Slreel Cre.hl and members Mtvlnf on lo time you will gel I., know more s_i'tii .' i.v mi. n. i. 1*111 w. i_ui uric I o( District "E" and adjourned until ,,' Tujidaj Nur't is trying; to get tu contact w all all Into Oxiuiiils Oullv. N James autopsv wan i>crf"rmed by C. C. Clarke. Keith Deane, Manag ol Iht S antatiun. was *ttting on tin Oder uf the tractor when the incident occurred but he escaped uninjured M ALCOLM WEST and big wile .MMii.Hired in an accident along Claybury Kuad, St. John <>r Friday, They are detain Baylcy's Hospital. The accident occurred betweei motor lorry J.27. owned by Clay bury Plantation and 'driven by AdolphiLs Forde < ( A-hbury. St George, and motor ear J-27( ,wned and driven by Mr West Thc car -.v;* 1 ; exit i, F IRST PRIZE at the Loejl Talent Show &1 the Gl Theatre on Friday night went tu Errol Blfnett who sang "Mv Foolish Heart" Com :i, Scaly with Things Th Life Arc Free" It was keen eompclition bctw< i five singers and the i were treated to goo-. Other good vocalists were Milton ilrathw.. Quartette, who ng "Tenneea* Waltz", Norton Moore with "No wants to gel their photographs to %  end ,n Hev. Recsor ftene are: Mrs M Rudder Mi". I RollK-k. Miss R. C.xlringion hsi F. Baptistc, Mr. B Gill and Jr. C M.,11 To raise rund.to cover various if our' movement" by attending .he Study Group mcejtlnil Ai these you will learn the prinnplc* of co-operative movements". He told them that they must try Remember — HUTCHINSONS The Most Central Shopping Place For %  • GLASSWARt: nnd CROCKERY • ALL TYPK9 KITCHEN WARE • BEST BRANDS PAINTS and ENAMELS • STOVES and PARTS • BEDSTEADS, SPRINGS and MATTRESSES GLASS and MIRRORS. and many other BARGAIN ITEMS. G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO.. LTD. Broad Slreet Roebuck Street i WATCHES!! | WATCHES!! >: See our stock before you buy elsewhere $ I ^ Over 150 watches from which to choose M>lll illlVI PHH IS N CF 'Joyance is probably the most famou. children's sandal in the world today. It is simply and sturdily made from strong, supple leather, and thick plantation creperubber. Its design and shape was the result of a scientific survey of hundreds of children's feet. It's a lovely Mnd il SANDALS MAO€ BY C* J.CLARK LIMITED, STKE' T < OVERSET. ENGLAND LOCAL AOINTS FOODS sfifcr THise NOW HAMH (Smukedl . lb CHEESE lb BACON %  -.1Ib. SODA B1SCI1T8 Tins. t HICK EN II AIHms Tins. BAMI iCooked) Ib FISH St'PKEMK TIllH PEARS Tin* II \( III -. Tint JAMS Tln ROYAL JELLY .. PkfSHII:\ FLAKES fK„I (M KT.AII. BISt I ITS. Tint I I1LLIT BISCUITS MI'TTON AND PEAS LAMB TONCilES VEC. Jl'ICB CiOOSEBERRIES OAT MEAL OLIVES CREAM OF WHEAT Pkd PERKINS & CO., LTD. DIAL 2072 A 45.2 Roebaek S Tlnn Tlo Tin. Tin. Tins THE DRY CLEANER He cleans the Slacks and Dresses, and, the Shirts and Blouses such, And givea the Raincoat ;md the Skirt. that new refreshing touch. The Curiums and the NeektlW and, the more Upenalve Shirt. Ami every Special item that has gathered dust and dirt. And when the articles arc clean they i^-i th.it perfect press, Hofor*" thry art delivered to the owner. Sumetimei a spot will linger on, a belt will slip away. And now and then some clothes will shri or ro'ours will not stay. But generally the cleaner 19 an expert in his line. And Spruces up his customers to keep them feeling line. SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD. OF BARBADOS TEL. 352 I.Of IS L. HAYI.IY B-DOS ASIATIC CLL'B BOI.TOX LANE Sole Rept. Fer — ROLEX HATCH CO.. — SwltaerUauL ROYAL ClOWN DERBY PORCELAIN Ce.. Ltd.. England -^-A-^%',--',^^•.%^^^^*,%',*.-,*,-.-,^*,-,v,-,-^*,*,v^^*^*,--*.--^-. %  '' fitauiy. w> UfltA uf mv slttpwg rw. And fillid my heart with lonomg v-ith a look," ]OHS MA.sillilU & &/er


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i iii I:TI I v SIN'DXV ADVOI vri: SUNDAY. APRIL I, IMI CLASSIFIED ADS. ItLfPHONI ZSOt Th* gfcatge %  nnouarefnentg Ol Marriage*. Death*. Acno"MiniMM, and In " notarey U Si M 9*1 *re*fc-dai* and H %  on Sundav* Minbtr of *ord* up to H *J rente per w*d on " %  4 rmU par arord on *i">n fo. additional ord %  Par nirUt*. Mamee or Eng SnOOOtKAIi*!!!' Cl Ahatg* %  lor .n, •p ItMMI eenta per word (of *;cn positional *v^rd Tumi n'h. Ibo-i* •rl-fM 430 and P". " 1 %  * • only aiia* 4 pm THANKS Era ^ ,; n. I4WM rlrenk-r iram. Evelyn. MMnn>. O*Hi % %  •• %  14>1 in Ai Mtivj M.I OAM J Port Ptel Veu Khali %  relet Mailer IM.<.> 1 II f— ran In rxilMn 4JK Coif a, Co Lid IN MKMURIAM CAR AT, I. IM7 In Appl> C Field al McEne* H3UBWIn Unvm* Memory of our %  ..Im deponed from thl. 111. \i.ni 1. IPtt tn* grava tne memory HTM BOM • ahall meet ol Je*u*' feel. And Una with We ranaomed hoeU .wm. The iiiiiiinpiu of inl" Xglon Una* .Hudaand.. Winston Pearl .DJ.IIM'TI. I 11 In GOVERNMENT NOTIC1 Dietitian Medled! nepertmenI British lleetduraa Applications ore invited for th post of Dietitian. Medical Department. Brittah Honduras. Salary H3I x 12 £270 X 15 £303 with cott of living allowance approximately £2T per annum Candidate*, who must holl i recognised diploma or qualiftcaticr in Dietetics, should forward theii applications stating full particular' and accompanied by two testir nmls to ihr Direnor ttl MM Service'. British Honduras. 1 4 51—2r ADVERTISE in the (VMM ADVOCATE frOII SAID I'l lll.ll MS I II IS TK !" m per a tut* an. ad II ce*wa pee aval* in *•**• |l M •I • oi 5*d*t,t i,.< %  kjlle.gr A)i|il> Ralph A Board. Hardwood Alia./ m i 5i -IP •I price aakid Phone : CAR '-li I Mil & Hint Stamps Of Pnrbiido* and UM nthar lalandi ( UM Bruiah w.t inain GOOD pr.lTTR I'AID %  ARrRIIV-AN sr.'iu' socirrv. No 10 Hw.n REAL ESTATE JOHN M. ULADON A F 8.. r V A KepreaenUUve | CiLRALD W*OD FOR SALE r.u. ThW • M..i>n>rad ,., i lent Ins | Co" SSI Mh lnch wtnduwa l!-mrad v*rawlal iroin •inch time i* # %  > unob-nuctad ,V, „( 11.^ wa a *hc.ri nuianra avat. The I bedroom* arr lara* S3 am. •• •" %  S b '"room wtlh tub balli and not wairr There I* ample K M) Bf| lln... %  .;. %  '! %  D> al j .1 .i I" !' pnn-rtr h>*lng it* -^)ld altr—phare Tha aio.mo. well planted With trt th* St. bear It *Hh (Kill.nt BwattM -(AIIILUNavy Oardan*. Well |->ill-inod 1-badHK-mca mm% %  lot Verandah *..i ovrrliKifcad from main ioariw> by nriahbourWrll rerommondod al ,. RM BAdATtLLE HOI BE Thoma* A aparloua I wo country hou*e wllh apptoi plu* additional qulted. There Itiunae*. 'In I %  alter!**. 3 baihi. Ml try. i>"l'' ri>o' and v.i... Thl* pinprrly I* well iominanil< excellent %  St. Jame* caaatlHM -ISin MARIO** -I. %  1 aaraa--' b>iildina.a nil and Mil I Mi. nbUjineil in a v< %  in the l*nd II Hanke-I >th tall I* a wide tea additional •" i alaly Well ieet I*, the rea—nable .jm l IA HOT Tnla property tvns -lruiuil> re enmnenaril and full dataiu .i be obtained ..n appliratmr RENTALS %  tllaa, WIHowi— 1'n.pff. Ki lawIM Unfurm*hed houw ait roan, wllh 3 bedroom*. %  KI \l I -| \J| \.| M AUOTIONI i %  ii \v i VIKINN B1 ".DIM; riioni4M CARS-one Wandard 1 aaradBDOT On* number T..L UM M r Morrla %  II" lei lra. cla*a worklnf eondlUon n Bin* al Che aea Oarage < I9i 111 i llli iniv IMI-II OF *T. AMlHEW BUNGALOW—Navj nanlaaa. S bod room*, every tunifdlenca Includint garden, watar aupplTAa new, *!•> e Mil. 13J.il t f r. irCRFRV -1.(11. Member* ol Ihe Oeneral A**embly foi • PalKi ,,l V Aiulrrw llul Uie Bng and t o'clock: In Ihr morning oet M,„.cl*. Ihe tn d..v of April IMI al The -ommunll* Hall llelleplalne In lhulth ol St Andrew Aitd I hereby Mimran all peraona an •MHled to vato to I*I*M at the time and piece atr*>ai n**> gaaai "< aa i|.tiii..-i. aMi aatMaaM and dm.-.' peraon lo advtoa and eonil to Ih* making of •urn Ian a. h-M meat and ..mveiuei.i lor lb* good vemaaent o ihU pUce and peoola anl praaorvallim of Ibeii i-.talei unlaoa Poll be required fur the drtrimutation thereof In wbtrh cn*e *uch Poll will '-* in M Ihe plxe or pbe* appoinurt that i>..nHi*e. on Monday lb* lath ..I April IMI %  qaMWOnal n between h.ir* Bf 1 gf*g I nlng Ivan under my hand thl* lath day of March IMI Wh >U> of March lai P. A 1NORAHM, J P hherill a. Relnii.ma Omerr MOTOR CVCI* Or* I Iquar* Four laagM \MJm ie ."*u i D3II Jii MOTOR CYCT-X1 Velo**ll* rvrli I hp A bargain BU6 00 li Courtni Garage 31 ELECTRICAL ON AN-Lighting Plant. 0 amp*. 4W watt*, with pare* A. Barnaa a Co. t JWIU.IP4 RADIO A PICKUP: On* %  n lube Phillip* Radio and Pktknp f" Iran* sport WIVMNMIM NOTHIS ; Other, for lllgll Prlcd Pr.^.r' d C SItor Low Prlred Pii* mu Rarg.btt U iru Me tor Much Lr than U r iik* R U fed u.i C n *V dr Aliict The Hie W t . purpore. Ra-Sala Value* AMUI II er 1111 and D* Convliwed. Call Olive Bough'. Haatmga. HOUSES 1 '.' %  I ur... ';..'.> ted *i urht .; ".-. DM %  n. Blatk OM 11 :l .a Rock, all %  n HHIGMTWOOD. St P .n. fiirniibed rron I HI, Telrphnrw POSO %  lift RLAIII ATHOL Appleby Rt J.m,, \ewl inult iLuae with front and back ""mi' Three SfdraoNW, eaeh wllh tnniin i water Din I %  itUra room. Garaar Servant* room C Clarke II.. %  WANTED MmlBiMm rnwraw veek Tg re* I centi Sa-dape II rford* — ireefc—4 raala a HELP WBCKLLAHmOIC* %  >'ipee TonK Wa l-tile* *. jar per dor Apply Jahr%  Redman. Roebuek Street. II J.I1 UdMClllATK CASH for diamond leweL lery. old China, alleor and RhfS*ld Plata. Phone 4ett or call al onHHiNOIffl, adtomlQg Royal Yacht Club •0 151-TPJI LIVESTOCK well bird Alpine OaaH li kidded a weekan w Pa*M. Biiito,* aJH Mm m milll GOAT Well bred Alpine Saanen 1 >aar* Apply Olandal*. Pro*TttafaioM ns u %  — week day* 1 ai In. FL'U-TIME SECKKTAKVTREAKURER, HARRISON COLLEGE AND QUEEN'S COLLEGE The Governors of Harrison College and Queen's College invite applications for the full-time post of SECRETARY-TREASURER to the Governing Bodies of these two schools. The chief duties of Ihe successful applicant will include: — (a) the receiving of school fees. (b) preparation or Staffs' Tfiy Sheets monililv; (c) keeping of all school accounts; fdi erre^onaTice; (e) attending meetings of Governing Bodies concerned; and < C i such other duties M tM Governlng Bodies may deMECHANICAL IAKRIEH IIIKKS lerculrSliver Kln| :o, LTD. %  IcycUa by liAHNKS A MS.ftl-t.rn LAM' UM *d fl BedriXiWF'I DRW" at Makwell Coa*. Road. Right of Way to Sea. Oood Batsa Con IgftgMg 1 Bedroom Cottage. Modem Convenience*, i... %  I Ijnen arid Untie rv if rrqulradi. Ratrlger'toi. Had." Dial 3111 after • am., D. V dc Abr.-i iHmaar. IMMRDtATI CASH lery. cold nugscl*. Old It v. %  ii aWa St: U §••' mm April SI 3 SI—t.i MARINE GARDENS--New BunaalOW t h ldroaa a a with runnana watar. built In Wardrobe* and all modern convenience* Lomt leaee prafcrrod Apply MrPriedman Motel Royal 13 3 !--> f n. in on applKallon to Mia* I il Comer i>( Roebuck Street >xd Lane. ive will be ..ITered lor .a. iTipeinion at our odce. Jnn .-• i Friday llui AprU 1S3I a< Hutchuiaon A BanHeld NEW BUNGALOW-Rnlerpil-j :"-.ad. c.rt.t c-i.rch Available iTO a ni diatoty Furnuhed. e-rldge tleelrlrltand WBtoi \ r p!v rrederlci ritrPiliieli Trier hona vm, 3 I i m-.MS Bright %  ilUbl* for office* i street lr*p*rllor i'i,.,.„ %  mi i. ... %  3 SI—I" MLAJUIS B Plmtl.tl.il Telephon*. Lid %  Shaire. ISS 1 "anlatlon* I4d. I'r. Cl Prefrei-o Sttarr* Ex D1 llarbodo* Shipping and Trao l Sh*"' The above ahar** will b ule b, public cimpetltlon.* Jaina* Street, un I'ud-o. • id*i:d 433 a o'tercd lor %  '-" i Aw i.. ai L. W CLARKE A CO Solirl'o. J13.il -.rt AUCTION linuflr Tht! HHimnnH Hamtnpr r broken Jewel OVlnlaluter Jade %  Urns*. GOHHING Dial 443*. flasil.-LfJL TVPBWRITlIt A *w...nd-hai.d II iBCh Rlaridard Typewriter Hoval. Rein •. %  ton or Underwond preferred Pharu i*,BI I. AH MilRT. Beeil B t;OVKR>'MEKT \OTIIK PART ONE ORDERS i'oiiiiiiai.il i'.| T'.e Bjarhtjdjai i*; All ranki wilt parade al Rawtaaanlal llaattquaiiaial llat hour. . Thuralap l Apr ftl. IH* Caw will do W Bfpa trabalnr Ride Law-oei 1 the ty.ng fa*iuoin* hoM. Th* Oblect of Uni laeaan 1* to rev* pwonnel In bra to acii.pt n %  lyniat po-itmn. and how to hoM the r.Re to oider to atm toiler r*MlU on th* 'tog The obien ol thi* leaaan %  Nuence ol firing the aim m Annual Mu.kelir CnurB* I do L M G tralr.mi Lraaon B Fn o leach man How la hoM the Bun and MM rr In obtain Ihe maaimum r* %  fleet on the O) -ill parade for Drill Wed re-day 4 and Thur*dty ft Apr II. r. All rank' are WEEK l -.ni-.t. TANG1-1N — %  aaebmont. Bathattoba %  oen P*bruar7 anward*. monthly or otharwi**, 3 double bedroom, with .mule Simmon* bMi-i. children* room I dining room and lo.inge Refngerato-. garage. *ervar>i'* room. AppiHow Bir.g M3I. lS18l--tJn. Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay M.V SedgeSefld. Scb fStari Vh Adallna. Sch Maren II*rh *ii elaari D W.liar*. Yacht Ckribbv. Sch. Bunra D Sen. Lodlph J Sch Mav Olive. Sch Oardenia W Sth DOitar. Sch rmellne. Sch. 1 %  dia Adlm H s,-h WonderlM. Counaelhir. Yacht Buck.iroo, a*> Lucille M Smith. Sch Mac, Sch rranci* W Smith. Mi Mar* SI. Lewi*. Sch Mojly N JonBB. Sch W. L FiinlcU Sch. HoeaCatlqne del Corlbe. M.V > %  %  ARRIVALS CMUawaal | M. %  For %  r. net. Capl CUrh* 1 ST V Mitchell RSI 4 Ml tot ittlh. from Enaland 1 0*3 Ion. net. C*pt*m. from PunU Dalsrada. %  NelBon. •*• ton. iv*t. Copt M i In Touch with Barbados Coastal Station CABLE AND WIRELESS We*t indie*' Ltd advi*e thai they can now com Hifollow In* lm %  i O04H nln nablf MIKCELLANROUS •••If deacrlption Early book*. Map* Auti nATH CAPS We have Rath Cap* each Knight Lt 31 3 31 1> UATTERIES Motor Cvcl Ballrile t 13 eoch Courte-y Qarage Dial *3fl BUNDS -So Tropirar So Cool' So Modern' Woven blind* In beautiful wooli (mm Sweden And lo go with themSttaw Mat* from Japan At Harrlenn'i lurniahliiB Dept 30 III—In BULL RINGS i-r owing to the *rarrlty of ropoer. *o btB rWW. Obtmnable .1 Knlgfir. Ltd 3i J 3i -m %  ATHS — In r'aeealaln Enamrl. In Whit*. Green. PrlmJo** with maWhlnf mm to enmplaia oolniir aultea. Tup grada. A BAANBB a Co.. Lid M.Ut -tfn 2 The post is non-pensi' and carries u flaed salary of $2,160 per annum. 3. Applications by letter staling tie, qualifications and experience, together with two recent testimonials must reach the Director of Education, not later than 4 p.m. on Thursday, 12th April, 1951. 4. The successful ippUcBDt will be expected to assume duties on M a .. .i 1st May. 1951. or as soon ards as is practicable 26 3.57—5n OAT all Lady'* Spring C Stul.to.ie BIB 1 4 II-In fAUM-ASMINE Why *un*r tha agon. ASTHMA* CALM-ARMINE l.ibHt* OBI relUno Ihe mod acute attack. aiM irdore eaav brralhing almoit inetanlr. iLaboaatoire* JOUVEINAL FRANCE' oblalnablr at leading IhugglM. flj-'KS J.M! what )OII have in waiting for GraiidfagSar'. clock* In C and Mahogany Mad* only aa Kim can make them Wm D Richard* Son. Mr Orator Street 113 SI CUTtTAtN FITTINaf—For .•--.it W dow .1. Him. Ugh I rnnlrol. Valar.ee* %  draperleBy Klrarh. Dial 4414 %  Aim a CO.. LTD. IIJ31-I (IHMOI'IIVSE "H-' for Mala*. aa*** of waual ageing, phvilcal ,.,l,.l t.i l.n.-l.-. weakneu**. piematur* and Intellectual depreDon: we guurnntn Ihe pleaaanl to laki' liHMol'IIVSi: .|.'l. l „..l.,iie. l-HARlJ(!i ROtlX FKA.Nt't;. Obtainable at k-adlnff Drugglata. Jl.3.31 "TioLL-UP DAYUTE WOVIE SCREEN 1:. caie, good order. Fill, Cil' Pharmacy. ll3SI~tf' VENETIAN BLINDS. Kir*ch R-in-i ill n.eial Drl.uie Venetian blind*, (o y ran 3 week*. Dial 44T4. I, BARNES A Co.. Ltd. 11 1 41-1 COATS LadV*. 1 gent* Jmonr ITSI I. I :i IClUS gggf .%  ".. ; % %  I nil lime, when vnu leo„,truclio.i problrmll H Miller. Heed St II Sftl-4' NOTICE %  VI El.ttTION — i vii.li PAHPADO' ] MERXCMV OUaliSed In ..I) | vote al Ihe ElevUon the General Anaembly Ihe P.II.H of Si Andiew thu 1 have ..ppoinled The Community Hall llelleplalne a. the place where all BUI perwin* may meet on Mondti' the PI i'nv of April IU1 lo elect one Membi ln *erve for the Parlih of St Andre in the General A***n>b:> .if thl* lalan And I hereby further give nutite Ih m me event of a poll being required for %  he d.termination of the BMd EJ'rlli bave appointed foi the -a-. plner* hereinafter •peclnrd. Ihai i Polling Slalmn No. The Allev .e Scl r ..I'.IH WLNO Foi nellcplai,,. THE The Allev ne School n*llci K to Z inrludve. Dt<4 thl* SaUi dav of Marcli itoi C. A SKINNFR Parochial Tra.-*er SI AIUIKW ORIENTAL SOIVKMKS. I'miOH. II \\ I I -. New Shipment apened THANFS "J* 1 Night chair TowH Drr-ii.g table, I % ....,,. M.,t..r i auartt %  *tar* 1 u.rd*r. din" f I1.I1I. I l.iae mirror Itooble Urd'tcad and iptlHg. worku %  • bum W...h-I i.ip* Hadio id. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER h S s s s s s thelvtrtor. SR J R Ha iraajon. s s. /men,., vagga ".iithe.n State., s %  Add' 'anadtan Condructor. S S ig Joahua Tree, ss hpi.it. SS .'aator. SS Feafre. -I -li S Km* S s Wool**) %  *! Paehlte.i %  s AUo.li...>. 'i. s s Btnta, H S S Maten S S Paper.u, l.e..p*rd. 9 S D-"H..I 8 S Gull Hawk. 4 S 8 8. JitaUoian, ss a gi.rabeth. 8 S Tgaagighn Farl 1,1 Alcon Patrl I dells II Dllwara. S -. Prill r>. i 'i S H. ,.%  S S Oolfilo. I. .u HB .. -cugna, T >i S 8. Nov* S. I. Hi I ir (•'. m 4 S 8. Paul St Rdar. .. %  [( %  i.i.'i %  %  •mail 4.aso pana .-,,,<. I/Ml ton* I Salul lalanda v liana pr*i'.:ce* will be held an Mandaj \i IIM. trroiNTWiNT Major L A Chaav I* aaaolnted Aning Adi.iia.it. Th* %  arbado 31 Mar il. DRRSS There %  a tendency to waar the b*rrt al an incorrect toale. II ml ruled mat thband of tlw Mret aiioukl be worn •iia.(hi acr i.aiiFSli oriKfl AND OBDEKIV SEBJEAWT FOB a APR M. Orderly OnVer Ltaut. T A. Olitena Orderly S*neanl 407 t,a Uuinlvne. L. G Neil f*r dal* Orderly OnVaer Lieut E R a odder* Ortdly 8*riMi *0B L S Red. N B M I. D SKFWgS-COX. MUor. S O L F A Adjutant. The Barbados aaglmant oaaia* SERIAL NO II SIIFFT MO I PAST THE BARBADOS aaniMENT ICTH MARCH. 1WS1 I t VI I 'ill. || |.r GranUtl 1 month*' F I*.v. I Feb 31 I. D SKEWF.S-COX Mal,.r 8 O L F A Adjutant Th* Ramad.,. Rwament SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships -Ol TMBDl NB CAN. (ii .: i KS'UER LADV RODNEY LADY NELSON IADV RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY T May B June 3" June 34) July Sail* Hf-llfaa S Apr. 14 Apr. 10 May 4 June s JuW X Aug. II Ape. II Mav II June ft July 4 Aug. A rrtvas Bella >ierbaoa *i*rba4>M It Apr iTiTtT rApr. Ap, 14 July I June ! Jury 14 Aug t. Capi Luel i. cap! am uin wm 8 8 QolWo. 4.SU lona naS, Capl Sap* vurti'i loi Trinidad IS Ladv Nelaon. 4.4*4 ton. net. Capt lark* fi* l Vincent 88 Oa*oine. taai ton. n*' Capt %  rlgent fo. EVigUnd Rules of Exchange HZ ten il. lit CANADA %  laeteatoa MBwIa a aaaaatl pi. Chequat on Banker* f 1 pr Demand Draftag.Xl %  PSIBht DialtH Wl ' :abk Noim.ur.vi, LADY NELSON LADY RODNEY LADY .SELRCJN LADY RODNEY LADY NT3.SON LADY RODNEY Arrive* laUf An Ive* Barbadoa Barbodaa Borton II April 14 April Z) Apr 3 July .27 Jut' 14 AuJjT. I July M July a Am 14 July T Aug. Ifiepi. N.B —Subject to change without notice j b* Pa.icngrr Far** and frelant Arrlrea Arrlvn MX. John H*Uf.a — 3d Apr. 14 July 8 Aug. S Sept. ArriveMont re il :a Apr. 2B Mavis June il July IS Aug. II Sapt. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-A.nU. mri Fly Imiruettnn* ha r..i. I M 40 FruUv. 4h 'I ly Bone ~ lve.1 I wil ii ( N. l-.n Street |M A-40 Ao*tin C* Ban .ged In ac al 2 p.m. Term* CASH VINCENT ORIFFITH. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Table Vrj HMW Small Tip-Top Table. Cour> vvruma TatoJ*. _K.-.kei, Aim A Uprur r Waih-iand' Sincir IwdBtoad ire** irrreiv iled-ir-.l* I"re*ie*. Srreen' ClniiMm t 31 3 51—3n. NOTICE HARRISON COLI.EGK HAKRAIHIS. R V. I FiKLJl'IKFl) U | 0 September 1951. (I) A GRADUATE to teach SPANISH with FHKH'H II possible. 12) AORADUATE to teach HISTORY with ENGLISH. HARRISON COLLEGE IS a day GRAMMAR SCHOOL of 580 boyiJ taking the Oxford and CnmhridRC General Certificate and working to Open Scholarship standard has a Sixth Form of UO. an.t %  n.presented on the Headmaster; Conference as an Oversea*. School SALARY. For Ft"' "i" SCCOIKI Class Honours D-W": SI,920 riling by *9 lo $2,880 ami then by *H> to S3.496 plus $21fl per unnum for an Boueational Diploma For GRADUATES SI.728 riaull by S"2 to $2,180 und then by $90 to 13.928 plus S21B per annum for an Educational Diploma. ($480 1100.) The position on th.Salary Scale would b,decided by teaching experience including an allowance for War Service. PASSAGE EXPENSES to Hirbadot not exceeding S960 wilt be paid against appropriate vouchers Up to the present no passage money is available lor leave. The post is pensionable under the Barbados Teachers* Pension Act. No contributions are payable, but the minimum quaU rylng period is ten years. Service al Harrison College Is counlrd a' qualifying under the Eni.i.'ii Teachers' Superannuation Act. Applicants should mention lul— sidiary stibjtKta which they id out-of-School activtie* whirl thev are prepared to undertake APPLICATIONS logether w I three recent testimonials, t h i names of two Referees, and i photograph, should be sent by air mall to J. C. Hammond. Esn MA. (CantabJ. Harrison Collevt riarbado-; n W I. to Arrive no later than ?flth May. 195! 20th March, 1951 1 4 '51 -V SI ItSt RIBIKS If the "ADVOCATE" Nrwpaper In the sirallirlyde. Barbarec.. I.awrr Bank Hall and Miweundlnc a are nolilled that Mr. C. B ALLAMBY hat relinquished the acency aa from the end of March, and It has been isfrrrrd to Mr. V. RICE, Bank Hall Road aa from Hl'NDAY. APRIL 1. 1951. ADVOCATE CO. LTD.. Circulation IH-pl Dial 282.1 ROYAL NETHERLANDS STI^MSHIP CO\II1M; FROM AMSTERDAM M.S W.lli'm.tod itm' ApMl 1131. SAILING TO i-ilMiii HI A AMSTSSnAM M S. Oranjc.tad" llth April, IPSI. SAILING TO TRINIDAD PARAKARIRO A GEOROgTOWN S S -J...|inlan in April, ItSl MS Hrr-ilU 4th April, lift), • '.-..it..-a33rd April, iri SO TO LA Ot'AIR 8A El* 'Bnle.lad %  A. CI'RACAO I, I4S1 See us for BRC FABRIC EXPANDED METAL TEMPERED HARD BOARD OIL STOVES & OVENS T. DERBEttT Ltd. M & 11 Roebuck St., & Magazine Lanes Phone 4267 M V Cacique Del Carle." will iicc*Bl Cargo and Pn*a>ngrr* for SI Vincent, Grenada and Artib*. Soiling Saturday 3l.t Inrtant. MV "Caribbee" will accept Cargo and Paairnger* tor Dotnlnlr*. Antigua. Slont*errat, Nevli %  id Si RUtu. Dole of departure, lo be r...lifted. B.W.I. SCHCCNER '\TR^ ASaoCIATION DICl Conilgnee. Tele. No. 4441 FRENCH LINE Cle Gle Tranaatlantlqoe SAILINGS TO ENGLAND FRANCE COLOMBIE" April 22nd. Via Martinique and Guadeloupe. siiriiiiioiNi) "COLOMBIE" April llth Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao. Cartagena and Jamaica Accepting Pas; and Mall ngers. Cargo t M. JONES & Co., U. AOENTS Phone ::: S1U irr*;.\rntxu FAtTOIlV >l\\ At.lHS Take this opportunity of ol.tnining your rcqlllrfmcnls IN GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE Hani;iii.!i from '" upwards MILD STEEL Flats, Rounds. Squares in all Sizes BOLTS & NUTS-AH Size. FILTER CLOTH-White Cotton Twill Al PRICES that cannot be repeated. The it tun uio\ 101 \im\ White I'll. B*wl, St. Michnel DIAL MM '**'.VA'.V/','/V/.'.VA'.V/V,V.V.',VA'A'A'/. 1.1)1. ;. CRANE HOUSE SALE hy PCH1.IC Ct MPETITlON nl 2 i mi FiiiL.i April 8lh ai JOHN M. Hl.AIKiN B QkTfV ES, PLAlifATIONS BUILDINC ON o* thl h.irnmii:!-. -it.i.itcd piopertle* of thu nature in the Island The house has proved its solidity by withstanding past hurricanes and contains 5 large liedrooms (with h"l and cold water), Fpaiious lounges, dining room. -.mil bar with rjemboo decor, wide shady | li.oigi-. %  nun. rh.ilf. hatnry dttaul lighting plant .wil the ainctin % %  I %  I'l.m.irv wtttl Una tjrpeof property. There il aporox ir.^iudiiii: a long sitetch of the Crane irae coconut gTove, gaurdsni plertttfj ertUi %  shrubs and shude trees, also grazing land. The coastal view* could hardly IKrx.cllcd and the lathing i_ excellent. Further particulars and conultions of sale may be obtained from the SollctP rrtngton *\ Scaly, Lucas Street. or the A • iniatinn* Ituilding. JOHN M. BLADON i i. \ DRINK AND ENJOY TAYLOR'S SPECIAL BLENDED RDM (With the Distinctive Flavour) You cannot get a betler Blend for Flavour and Quality. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED. Blenders: JOU.X D. TAYLOR * SOJVS LTD. J FOR THE AttTiSTArtist prepared Canvas—Rongh ft Smooth Dra* ii.* Paper three Oradas Ready 8trtc!ied Canvas on Board.*— 2 *U* Foster a Powder Colonrs, Paatelt PnrtBed Lin-eed Oil Tnrpentfat Oil a Water Sketching Blocks — and — We accept orders for Stretching Canvas any sisas required. ROBERTS & CO. Dial 3301 £y/w ',v.v,w.'w.v//.y/.v.v,v.v.'.w.'.v.'/-v-'-v.v/.' — *. '4 MEDMENHAM PINE HILL For SALK by PUBLIC COMprflTION at 2.30 on Friday, April 6th, IMI, at JOHN M. BLADON'S OFFICES, PI-ANTATIONS BUILDING. A venfine two-storty propertv pleasantly situated in Ipprox. l*t acres near Government Home There is spacious and well prc^ortloned accommodation comprising 3 reception. dmlng and bioakfast rooms. 4 bedrooms. (I with large dressing room), butler's pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, garage, fernery. BfMlltrf hour.es etc There Is a two-way entrance drlva and the grounds are well laid out with lawns, flowering shrubs and flower gardens The whole property has n pleasant character typical of some of the older established homes in this exclusive area. Suitable for conversion Into flats with sufficient room for tha erection of a separate bungalow. Full particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained from the Solicitors. Messrs. Yearwood and Boyce, James Street, or the Auctioneer. John M. Bladon, Plantations Building. JOHN Me BLADON \l V V A.



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M MAY. APRIL 1 1ISI SUNDAY VDVUHATr I \..i l II II l Communism In Asia New BBC Talks Series Lisiners lo the BBC win Know that for many week* there ha* been broadcast in the General Oversea* Service a *eries of Tilk* entitled "Communism in Practice." The r,BC Is new to follow up th.it vtic. with an important now one — Communism in Asia"—on tim development and behaviuur of Communist partlm in Asia. The Irsl ten talks will be concerned with China, the only major Asian country with a communist government in power. They will be given by I-conard Conslsntine. a Methodtit missionary who returned to England last year after living m China for nineteen years. nt of them as a history lecturer in the I'niversity at Wuchang. In his first talk Mr. Constantino will sketch the history of the Chinese Communist Party and its leaders. and describe their road to power. lie will show that the ^re a wit %  omcthing new in China %  rut not just another chapter in i of war and revolution which began when the 1911 ravotaltka finally shattered the old Confucian system. The talks will be broadcast on Fridays at 10.13 p.m. beginning on Friday next. 6th April. Advice On Wrlllaw We should, from last week, have called the attention of our readers. particularly those who submit contributions for the BBC's West Indian programme, Caribbean Voices' to thr> sines of talks now being broadcast early on Friday moruings under the title of "How the Writer Does It." Last Friday U A. C. Strong dissected W. W. Jacobs' fhort story A Chang,, o; Treatment" and next Friday. 6ih April. Bertrand Russell, winner of last year's Nobel Prize for literature, will spnk on "How | Write" Admirers of Lord Russell, and there are many who have no ambition to be writers, will find much enloytnent. we are sure. from his talk. Unfortunately, while it is on a direct beam to us it Is at an uncomfortable hour but it will probably be worth making an effort to hear it. You can do so at 7.30 un on Friday next on 19.60 metres, 13.31 mesa cycles. Twenty Questions One of the most popular of BBC programmes Is "Twenty Questions" the radio version of the oW Victorian parlour gaine. This is now on the air—since the Mart of the new quarter beginning 1st April.—at 7.15 p.m on Tuesdays but only en the beam to North America. At that time uV direct beams to the Caribbean carry "West Indian Guest Night" in which guest artiste entertain us and ir. which a film review is now being given. However, reception permitting, and it shoflld be getting better as summer draws on. you should be able to pick up the G.O.S. to North America at that time on the 25 and 31 metre bands—9.825 megs. end 11.80 megs. In "Twenty Questions" Anona Winn, Joy Adamson. Jack Train and Richard Dimbleby ask all the questions and Gilbert Harding knows almost all the answers. Serious Argument Another change >n BBC whedulei since the start of April is the introduction of 'Seriou.i Argument' a weekly programme on Wednesdays at 9.30 p.m. in, which a team of speakers comments on the news of the week. MONDAI *ran *m M AM am Ts* Billv Cotton ftaiwl Sh* T am Th# Hw. Tis u N'Arjlya*; 7 11 air. Prwn ih# gditotiali ; am Profi.-i.-.Pu^t; ISO am How to Write. TB am Intwludr: '• %  <> .•r SouVwUt of MiaMCJ SSA aPr*rMcr Main .Prt**rt; IU a i T># IMbalr CoiitiKuM. • am. T*r S< .. • 10 am Homo N*wa from Mi am (I— Down II.IS am r-mr^n...Or. OGDEN goes chasing headaches S£, • MM 415 pm fIBC Ttarthom Orrh**tr>. 5 pm Compoaer of tho Stl. 5 15 ptr TWa Story liar. 1 JO p m Tip top Tufm. pm NifM. at lha> Opii. •aa-T.is P.M. TBM nr **u M. • 4S pm h^rniun* Parada: T p Th* Nw. J 10 p.m N*w Analr< 1 IS p N s..nll and Snn : N—l • HSt. MU From FRFDFRICK t'OOK \ P m MM Now I Writ.. IU pm %  a* Radm Nrwntrl. t.x RM Commwwvalta Survey. L* PrarUfo Vakr* Pwfnt lit pjr pwn ttl th* Wart, S p m BBC <"oT.r*rt Hill 10 pm Th* N> loin Din. from in* EdltaruU 10 11 pm. Tii> Tc,i Tmw*. MUpm S. *n..Rr.irw. II pm Huhin ll.a CHURCH SERVICES T UONAM1 SfTNOAV April 1 *FT I — • %  . Holy Cttinmunlon. ..m Choral BUSklfhS i-l Addreaa II am Matin* 1 pm Surrta. •Vi.oui 7 pin Evrnaoiif and S*Tmoo W. D. Wood*. VM-ar voawiAs ItOtDlXK STPUaTT II a rr Moor* iiloit Communion > i tatATC nilj. II a.m. Mr T pm Mr. I. 0*1*> TVlliBCK11 am Mr I hlr. T. tarsa* ,.m. Mr n eat. sir i i: Baatt M' t; C Lrwt* mllor W peppei Slloi" MUX7pm DUNSCOMltX II a T pm Mr U B*ui •ii i in.i.ii J*ME snuarr—n an Bullion I pm R*v J. f I'AYNES BAV-*J a.m. Mr J A Crlfrllh 1 pm. Mr r hUora WIUTF. IIA1J, • am Mr Parkin. 7 pm Pv H. MoCulloinh tilU. MF-MiUtlAl. II am R'v R MrCulUih 1 p.m. Mr F D Bo^cn Moi FTOWN -sat m Br\ r i* .., Mr* MorM BANK HALL IN im Rv MeCul' louh. % 7 pm Mi J Laynr NEW YORK DO you per headm >•• Dr Henry D Ogden. of th l^iuiuana State University Scho of Medicine, put that question t i 4.634 people And from 3,005 (6 per cent) of them came uV answer "Yes". Dr. Ogden has been makin one of the first cninpreheimv studies tu determine who does; an des not .have hJBllBfhci He hi just reported his discoveries t the American Academy of Aller gy' in New York. By occupation he reported th I following headache percent HRC* Mrdkcal -lurtr...R;, StudenU. 80S. i:\ecutlve. 17.3 rrWoftkloiud workers. ?• g. Housewives. 69.H Clerical warkers. B ?. Salesmen. 58 S. Manual labevrer*. S5.1. Farmers. 3. Incomplete tijrures showed that 66 ier cent of all l* % %  > %  headaches, but onlv 45 per een* of all doctoi-s. It was In 1948 that T>r O^ricn bMUBl intcrented in lrms of headache"1 found", he said., that head aches were often associated with nasal allergy There is a definite relationship between headache* and the presence of rtaptratory troubles, including cold*. 101 %  throats and allergies BUBll I seiAii ti PM liETirESDA—11 am Mr. B. Gre**n. 1 pm. P.M WTlin 11 • m Ba^v. M. A. *. Tvoma. 1 pm. Bv B Croab). Moiy On>">nM>" "nor wich Urn" DM.KEITIl: Ham Mta* r Bry-i I PI Rev M A, *. Thorn*... Holy R*v. TT.IOHTSTOWN — II .m. RPV. P. nici*l!ck;u \ 1 .... I l.-*T*ncf 7 pm Rev. T. Uwrrrcr * Lf ISHllSS^'S .TU'lU a Orant 1 pm. Mr B Gr. With Disniul Shni^ HUKNOS AIRES. March 30. John Edwards. Economic Secretary to the Hutish TraBIUfl gave a dismal shrug of the shoulders when asked if he .."mm optimistic" this afternoon about getting a meat agreement before he leaves for London on Sunda> He had Just attended a two and a half hour meeting with the Argentine Ministers of Economy and Finance, to consider hi* new offer. Talks would be resumed tonight. Edwards latent proposals were handed to the Minister of Economy last night alter his earlier "comprehensive proposals" had according to P*ronl*ts new? S i pars here been turned dow f Argentina. —Keulrr C 1IMMMMI an.MONT ii Hot* Communion; i. p m. aar r % % % %  %  SOUTH DtSTBaCT t a m Hv. MAC Thom. Holy Communion 7 p in Mr A B Cut.ru I'HOVIDENOg11 am Mr R l.mWn. nd asthma In The Family The surrei/ rceeaied Few people suffer with BfM .iche more than once a week But more than one per cent hav. dalh headache*. There is a knov r ttory of headache in 2: of all people report.n> themselves Headaches do not follow n> i irUeulai BBHOO. (BI I ihose reporting a seasonal ret :.r predominate* i Al least sixty per cent : %  • tliere i no particular time "*i day for onset of headache A goxi number have headache' oi: About three people •i (our report that headaches las: less than sis hours. Dr. Ogden noted that SO 7 >er cent of males have heads, 'ifcompared with "1 per cent • l femnles The proportion of single pcoj)'> iiaving headaches was stgmli .HIIII\ higher, of m-mr-l m widowed people signinc:.ni; lower Sixty-one per cent M married people have headache 70 par tent of the unmarr ed] Nearly 80 per cent "f ilU year-olds interviewed said th-' had one or more heaCHM btl week Only 36 6 per tserrt Of those over 60 reported one >•, mure a week. •ALLfKGY— ereeuiee sensl• (he body lo eiTfai" vubsta'.. i < World Copi/riohf Rcierrerfl —Lls T p m Ht O. Beaihf mi SATVATION ARMY OlSTBf—11 M> Hwlinaaa M*1BM 3 pm. Cwinpanj MaSinS 1 P Sou^d MiAI RroaTam !" on Cn>rl8lon. ConaurWd %  M)or A. t MoBril IDIMII Command*!' BRUXHtTOWN CKM'I'RAL 11 %  m llolmsaa MtMlns J p.m Co-P-n> Maelini 1 an. Salvation MrMinl Pr--ri-rMajor Smrt^ WBXLJNGTON STRJU-T II a.m. Holli.i-.. Me*Un| 1pm Company Mtti'.S 7 pm. Salvation Mmim Pr*achw *. MaMc Cilbtii lONC. RAV—II a rr Holirwi Main 3 p.m. Copipany Meatind. % '" %  Salvation M**un|. Pl-chw LlTitnar.l B.B.C. Radio Programmes -1 Mill .\PRSL 1. IMI n.sfl aaa.-il.lt p.m I HM M. • Mam Wrrkxnd Sport* RvpoM 6*'. j. m SJIIHIV M.-M-i'ritTwi: 7.19 am. Nor> Anal>>la: 715 am Prom tn* Edltnrtah. 7 35 am. Prorrammf Parade. 7.M air. PngllaK Mafa/in*. %  a_m CalUnf all Forcva. t am T* N*w* • a m. Home Nrwi from Britain: t IS am. Clow Down: II 18 a.m. ProaT*mm J-aradr. 11 SO am IMprludp; 11 TO am. Sunday %  StViTSI II .nnnni TR> Ne It 10 p m. Newa AnaL>u. 1119 p.m. Cloar Down. CARI.TON-ll am Hollne*. M**lm( 3 am. Comp-'V Moetlr* 7 p.m. >*ai',km MMInl P.eachrr CWUUl B.urnr SEA VIEW II am Holineaa ••" %  %  n(. 3 pm Company M*!lna. 7 p*v Salvation M**U*. Preach-r. Lmrtrnautt BMBB ni'iNOlNd CUBIST TO THE NATIONS The l..th*r.n M-ir. 6 pm Dr 1. rrann "hi). DR*c*or Si. Jwhn Ianh*ran Hour; VaiflWl* Road. Blarl. Rock. 11 >A JWJM •MrmM. 7 pm R\*nawit and Srnun fc> AjMrr 1-1-6 Spaakar Dr B. B Brutth la*., i rirea-nUiUva 4 IS [in. Muw **"*" 11 **' bni Hi t HOIK S IS p. n UeneeChaSce: Ptayvn gatv 1 B aa •aw. M..T-. un M. flit |. 1ru>* a LaiacV itf t> m 7 pm Thr Ntai, II,I*-I VgKoa. 1.4S—II.BS SI.St. UU M. 7.46 pm. Why I Believe, a pm Radu, Newaieol. tit pm SunoJ.y Sorvlcc. ( pm. Compoaer ol tr,e Weok; 6 p.m. Cnmaon Pluth; 10 p m The N#wi: 10 10 p.m. rtom the EUltorlali. 10 IS pm Th Cathedral Orcani; I03t p m. Londo-i Forum: II pi" Sdaeti BOSTON WRUI. 113S Mr. WRl'W II 7S Mi WKL'X 17.71 Mr .Var BEAVTY 24 Barbadian* Back Home Twoity-four Barbadians who were employed on H.M. Dockyards in Bermuda, returned to the Island yesterday momiim by the R.M.S. LaJy Nehon They were II Glttens, E Weeke<. E GriiTllh. R. Walcolt. H Jones. A. Bishop. E Preseod. K. Waterman. A. Linton. V*. Oiehlow. C. Thorpe. U Forde. I Beat. O. Brown. S. Eat wick. C Scantlebury. G. Rudley. W Greaves, V Harowood. F. Harding and H. Wilson. They all looked nappy as they hopped off the Government Watar boat Ida to th* i.teps of the Baggage Warehouse. The Baggage Warehouse bustled with porters handling their baggage and theu relatives who h*d gone lo meat them Futilo Ccttow WASHINGTON, March 30 Hepublicnn Senator KtOIMOi W'licnv tola) the Senate today that Americans "are Blowing up the building of our air tore* to provide more ground forces for a futile gesture in Europe" The outcome of any war would ohvimislv |>e decided by the efBH of bombinu on bo* sirtts. %  Kumpe which hat plenty i manpower in Europe is intuic^ted In Uilltg TnnniKiwer. but niily th Unite Mr reecy Green's Orchestra SUBSCRIPTION 2 SCHOOLS MUSICAL FESTIVAL, 1951 t o.\t I in Bv Mntaed Choirs and Solojsis of I I.LMENTAKT ANI> SECONDARY SCHOOLS Assisted by (he Police Band un.l.i the direction of Captain C E Haison. M II | A B.C M (By kind permission of the Commissioner of Polite i AT THE COMBIRMEKI SCHOOL On FI11DAV. 6TH APRII %  61 '. T 0(1 p m i:.-... %  ,.i -..is 3/and 2 rrreserved Seals — 1/ Mi.-.ropen at ? 31 p.m. Ticket* ObUlrafJall at Dept of Bducatton ./ unnit or mo UUIIIL — WITH (ONGOLEIIM OBTAINABLE IT 11V : Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd. ALSO • RUGS • PLASTIC TABLE COVERINO • LEATHER ( I Mill ASD MA*V OTHER ISEFTL ITEMS fOR TOf %  r rn IS i VMl u< ntkr T"r Srtl u M n T.-*.. N.. 1. SWAN STREET THONE !109. 4ji or 1H4 | GIRLS' I IIIIMin I SOCIETY ANNUAL FETE Under Ihe fWsrniuaished Pnfronoue of His Excellcncu fhe Corernor and Lid' SfltXpf S will be held al THE HOSTEL, Country ltd ..„ SATURDAY. Apul Mil. from 3 SO to fl 30 p m There will be the following Stalls: Flowirs and Variety. Needlework. Sweets. Ilouichold. Books. Cakes and Ices For the Children there will be I'ony Rides and Lucky Dips. By kind permission of Col. Michelin. the Polire Band i.inducted by Capt. Rais will play. ADMISSION 6D. 1 4 51 Don't Miss This Opportunity It may ;i*>rer b*> n-prulfd. HEAVY ALUMINUM SHEETS 22 Gauge. 6 fl. 7 It. 8 Ii. I It. $4,112 S4.H $5.37 JC.ur inn. nit. i2ii. SS.72 S7.2II SK.05 AI.IMIVl'M r.L'TTEKISi; — 2, 2 0" nnd V wide BlY NOW::: .. new t <>s I II in iJI-IIIIIII now al Y. De Lima St Co., Ltd. VW lixln" 20 BROAD STKK1 VtiSF, JUST SIX ONLY. HERE! Haroulss Silver Kln Carrier Bikes, coaplete, $87.10. Our other bikes are on the water and you should put down your A. BARNES & CO.. LTD. i.1lBwir.;:^ v.-.;-.-.-.-.'.'.'.-.'.-.-.-.-.'.'.-. v.-.'.v.-.'.cw'.KraK^SiS**',; 1,11AM) FREE COMPETITION open lo all, fourUnni (14) pfteea given an ay. SUrts2nd April fifmHifithhm lfH Grand Free Competitmn open l" lU, fOUT W l (M) prires given awuv Starts 2nd April closes 2t*th June. ISM 1M prlie 2nd prtM Srd piice 4*h prize 5th prftM 6th priae 7th prife Bth prize a-llmnei V.doi Sii.v. ,:, IPNS Fish Eaters 1 only No 5S "Vllor" Stove I anfy No HI "Valor" Oven .i../ S.ni|i S| I only Prenure Stove I only Poinnrn I only Stainless Steel llread Knife 6 Consolation prizes of I d<-7 %  uri-.1 Ki:i' Iti-m %  %  > %  Just collect th* labels from your Frs> Bentos Soup tui park them in dozen loK and send them to T. Sydnex Klnck Ltd. 3rd Floor. Plantations New Buildinn. and demand a receipt for them On 2fth June the fotutten (14) persons send inn in the larne-l numlter of labels will receive their pnreBeeordJlni to the nuantit> of labs-Is sent in. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR FRAY BENTOS SOUPS CLARKS CHILDREN SHOES Size 3-7H2 $2.88 UP. SPUNS Bordered & other Now Designs $1.44 yd. up LINGERIE Rayon Flowarad Designs 95cup A full range ol CREPES & LINENS in shades you'll like LADIES & CHILDREN VESTS THE BARGAIN HOUSE 30, Swan Sired — S. Al.TMAN, Proprirlor %  'HONK tin .-^;;-.-^":'-^.^^^-"''''''''-— ''"-'''-'-'"' -'"— '' ; PLANTATIONS LTD. mml AMD FOOTWEAR EXHIBITION in N. E. WILSONI •St Co. u i: it is rot i t CHANCE You are cordially Invited t<> iittend : — WILSON'S liRANH I.XIIIBITION f FOOTWEAR for men, women and children which begins on MONDAY M) AI'Kll. This exlubilion is inl.-niied U. display Ihe IJK;GKST VAKIKTY of LADIES SHOES tv I .each these shores from the WORLD'S LEADING MANUFACTURERS Each 1* nufacturcr has sent in %  pa rterd consignment in the hope of winning the 1st. 2nd and ;trd \>T'\T.V\ therefore you can well imagine the big assortment you will have to select from The Countries competing are Amcnc.i 10 manufacturers competing BnfluKl Holland France Cnchoalovakia Trinidad 12 10 4 a Doy Oh Boy What a lot of Shoe* to select from and who will be the winner of Ihe Competition VOTE: You are your own judges, six ladies selec. | ;iylo shoes at the same time, DM Ant o1 thuu ladies will be entitled to one pair of the said shoes Free. So brine I make %  nous and yet yours*-.! FRE1 FREE. HANDBAGS lo malih an> -hues M-leiled. In fairness to you. we suggest tha' jrou vtfll iomt of the otl In UM Island before coming to Ufcao that you will be fully convinced that we are undoubtedly IILADQI'ARTr.RS fcr ladies ihOM it lowest poMlhu) N. E. WILSON *& Co. THE HOUSE WELL KNOWN FOR NEW GOODS. CENUINE GOODS AND PRICES 31 SWAN STREET DIAL :l7li



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PV.I IMI I N SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, U'RII. I 1*31 Committtiions Of Inquiry Act Anwiult'ti The LtajtslatlVC I' ihe aio,H ul lb*. Ad I qulrv may l<" held Cfjlo any mal't'i %  •r.ncipal Act Ihf following wa I *"lo inqi.itc Mo tru> conduct of pny oftlcvt in tin.* put in xr.ti Island, ihv conduct or m*i eni \ *ni %  >( any pubUc 01 %  ,.li!. in tha ..pillion l mlttee, 11 ii. the puhin The Hill .iItee .,1 which Honourable (; I) 1. I'l. WH Chairman. The %  ; Iwo weeks ago. %  (oDowtng ihould lake Kir phicr of those in Ihe Art:— -lo rnquire l&to II"' conduct .>( .1 in UM Pub <,r ihtisi uid, tha > ocMud ... Itc or local institution or any local %  %  which revcivc: or is HltJ putJc funds whether provided by Ihe Treasury or i •ti-r connected with such department %  .r pubUc or local in %  tliullori or local Bovernment body or body in which an tftqul .vernorlnBxMUtlve Committe,' be fa I M public welfare." In the Bill iis passed by the Council, the section t.i-' oilier form. It says:— TO enquire into the conduc' of i in the public un .< e < %  ItM l.l'uii. the conduct and maniicemont of any department ol thf public service, the col ir.anugcment nf any %  ti ivanuncnt body, and the %  onduct and auuuuytmtnl Ol II j ublic institution or body which la MI Hcipt of. or anil %  public fund' whether provided by t InTII .' ve*Iry of the bland Off from lmpes. and Into which an en%  i,11 v in the opinion ol the Oovei rior.in-Exccutive Committee would be for the public waUan VHHHIIM.I Hl\ Conditions In England Are Difficult w tjof Mini i C Noott, H'-;ulniasteruf Coinberrrn'io Shdin| si* months' ho|kU> 4| hl > 'njoyinr his new '.pen% %  ugh like Mr itrcwaur u | now and again, a little 'I Ii 1 thai 1 penn\ .. .nh of ln *" %  : '" r > tn o" Bnrl.adoa sunshine. praam ration today Viseount C'ombermere MM and it hat Major Noott said that another %  that level tor several towreMlng experience he had was tl %  the privilege of meeting in London, It pir of the fo-d subsidies the present Viscount Uoinbermere. rhich anabladi paa p la to buy thalf wh" i* a groat grandson ..f thr .small (..Liidities of ration*d foodJ founder and patron of Comber. cheaply, thing', were very ,NFSDAY. APItll. 4 No. S—Rex %  Sinclair roster TIII'RSnAY. APPL No. 29 — Re* va. Herbert Haiaaa Angut Mum and Winflrld LayM FRIHAV APRIL 6 Ko. 9 —Rrx McDonald Bishop and FitiC.erald Level I Mr. Atkinson has been making I thi t'nrlbbeaii nt the IMil' 't of the Colonial Of %  ag ii i %  %  n %  achievements of those concerned arltta btllldlnl and housing in the colony. Through the kind assistance of 1 Went, the Colonial b .! Ml I I I U i v of Ituj lion%  inn IU aid In had been able to sec : the new building and housing work on the island QoVMaMnT*g Talk 1 had talks with the Governor and Colonial Secretary, and II al tin O tnptrouai of the l>ovrlopmcnt and Wclfan Organisation and his staff. In pai Hetil ar, ba salda ha had cd hia tour with the Organisation'^ Building Davotowni nt Adviser. Mi v. A lie had alto had the opportunity of meeting the Housing Hoard. Mr. Atkinson aald that On way out to the We-" Indies Traffic llon'f No. 15 • Do not use your Horn unnecessarily • Stare made avalUihle by CANADA DRV for Safer Mntarinr. vlsited Washington and a numlei of other centres in the United States, to study and discuss how American raaearch and practice in the field of building and housing, could boat be made use of in the Caribbean and other tropical areas He had also visited Puerto RiCO This part of his lour was mudiunder the auspices ot the Hotted st ita Boon n % %  Co-opai %  • lion Administration, as part o' Iheir Technical Assistance Pro%  He had found the American .'Hi. and engineers whom he had met. vat*] helpful and CO-Opai He thought there were a number of wavs in which the Carlb tcan as a tropical area could bemtit from the technical assistance now being offercii under President Truman's Fourpoint Programme. "In particular.** he said, "advantage migh* well ba taken of the farmuung facilities in housing and planTown Planning Laws %  %  linn of the Housing Board, Mr. Atkinson riscuned with members, proposals lor Town and Country Planning legislation for the colony. He I...V* the Board Ihe benefit of bis experience of the application of atmllai lerjlslatlon In Ortat Britain. other West Indian ColOrl the Gold Coast. Among the Ihlngg on WhloJ) h' COmrJUmtad WM IIW need to pre va tha ami iltaM ol I .which were of bemtit Indh to lh ti urists and the local inhabitant.' He gJgQ stressed the need ol praaarvlng tha more valuable ag ricultural land of the inland, from Lullding development He apoka ol bousing policy and the tichiiiMue. of housing construction. He commenced favourably on the quality of the clay blocks an.. Ing made at the Govern n anl factory at Ijmcaster. Mr. Atkinson said that the BclAeld Housing Scheme waa one of i attractive he had seen r uring his visit to (he Caribbean. He was particularly impressed by the line way in which the garden) were being kept and the lay-out of the houses. He hoped that further development of this kind would be undertaken in the future good was of children'at t liristioatime, in which his wife and himself were very interested when they were shopping for their numeroiiand nieces. Sow II.ir..Ill Brcwster Whilst in the Midlands, he had the opportunity of visiting Luughborough Training College several UnuM He met there, an assistant master of Comber me re School, Mr Hiimld Itrcwsler. Those who knew Mr Brewslei would l>e pleased to learn how well he was enjoying hia year's study there JIU\ UM excellent progress he was making in his studies in physical education On the occasion of his last visit to I-oughborough less than a fort night before he left England to return lo Barbados, Mr. C. deV. Moore who is spending two years at Durham University, came dowra Ul join Mr Brewstec and himself at Loughborough. They visited Nottingham together where they %  peftl some hours with Messrs Redmaync and Todd looking a' their fine selection of sports gear and equipment nf all kinds. The> returned to I^iughboraugh after I very pleasant trip during which i %  i ailed many memories df Comlierniere School. Mr. Moore who Is comoletlng his degree in classics and ihe Teach11.e happiest moment of their 1. WSj Alien they set foot on shun In Barbados again and ir returned home MAY FAIR WtH AIR FFTE HAsrisonoes* SATimCAV. MAY sin IMS 380 urn i.v klnil prnriMimi ml IV Com %  ( .t rt.iiwii win W'*',w•*'-**w*v^'. o',',-,-,-,--'.'--. -. .:: -. \ A WAND DANCE Hill HoVAt.. Silvn Sand*. On MONDAY NIOHT. Jnd April. Ml AdmU,,,,,. 3 MmlC by C 8 UHOWNT. :.na Hia ORhMtra A wril-tteckvd Star All m i-ordMllu milled. IBo Cryptoquoters. We always enjoyed working crypts, and so we nave decided to insert one at regular fhtrrvnls for the pleasure of the public. Solutions will be published in the ensuing appearances of thi:; advertisement. These crypts will appear on Sundays. Tuesdays; Fridays and Saturdays m this space. J. A. CORBIIS & SONS Fl'NrKAL DIRECTORS A GARAGE ll. lno.nl Road — Dial 3B4S %  SILENT SERVICE". The Weather TODAY Sun Rises: ft&g am Su. gate 1 6 10 p m Moon (New) April 6 Llihllni: 8 30 p.m IHrh Water: llslim.lt 20 VrSTrBDAV Rainfall (Codrington) nil i. i i\ for Month to yester. day: 41 b>. Trmperature Mm I 68 5*F Hind DlrrcUon 19 ami S W (11 am %  s Wind Velocity: 3 mile* per hour HatssmeUT ( %  am ) 29 941. (11 am ) 29.915 Buckleys Cough Mixture Buckleys White Rub pgjmert Soap Pulmcrs Ointment I'ainn i: Blanch Cream Palmers Hair Success Ferroione Tablets Hamiltons Pills CM iih/one Nil vclciie Black Magic Choc; (3 agfAR) Paseair Mar-hm.liow' |g till Pascall's Mar-h, nllknv 'i 11) pk. Pascall's Orchid Fruits Pascall's Mixed Fruit Drops PaocaWl Glucose Barley Sugar 1 lb. Pascall's Glucose BSgjNa Sugar 1 lb. Royal Scotch Shortbread JacobCrahra Trackers Ivurv Soap Camay Soap Torch Batteries :. ..„; %  A Krthymol Tooth Paste Elllmans Embrocation "My Sin" Perfume "Scandal Perfume" Bandbox Shampoo Calmasminc (For Asthma) f They'll Do It Every lime ''-""-__ >' l !"!" Hado YOU ;AW THE CBJOK caws. \i ER-^.NOA UH^TI OOT. WUH?CANVOUPESCRSE/ NO-MAyE-LET HIM ? TALL ? SHORT ? HOW A % TmNkC-SORTW APMASIA WAS THfc ONLy EyEWl-TNESS XTHE NEST 00012 BURSLARy-BliT SHE I ^ ME pR ES SED? GOOO i NO-WELL I K>40W 1 WAS NO HELP WWA, SOL ER V AIEF! HWY )'A N0T.CE,) t i T HAS A MAM-UH-K> THE GENCAaw ^i As y Tri ^ & AK ,jr|Jk l ALTH0U6H IM < fc..-—.---x HW. 7 jy T. IPi 'X unr TOO suaeJ -AND A M APE GOWN 60, SOT UMcN rT COMES TO 6ETTINS /N * ALL "WE L0U-DOUN ON THE MASR1A6E 21r£n ACROSS TME STREETWOW ) **" J. EDGAR, MOVE OVER I WEATHERHIAD LIMITED Head of Broad Street DRIVE INSURED By LLOYDS Motoring involves responsibility as well as pleasure. An unguarded moment at the wheel ... a faulty tyre ... a scream, a sickening crash! You're defendant in a damage suit which could erase a lifetime of earnings. That s-when the protection of our Lloyd's "HP." policy is so vitally necessary, so greatly appreciated. See us aboul vour Motor Insurance today. J. B. LESLIE & CO LTD INSURANCE ,--V-'*'*'-'-V^-'''*'-VV'.*^^'-'-V'-^'**-'^^''V^^O^^V'**,V,V,'^^-^ TWEI /T-l bOT C0BXSAND THAT f^t-^t HAT ON HIS MOTHERv I SAW THE 1PEXT1CAL TH.N6 iNCREEVyS. TON f TMANK TO W3S61/*V:D£IITT, WAITING FOR YOU A Fine Range of . EXCLUSIVE TWF.F.DS, WORSTEDS and TROPICAL SUITINGS When TAILORED by US will give you Ihat look of PERFECTION. %  af See the Pattern* now on Show P. C. S. MAFFEI & CO., LTD. TOP SCORERS IN TAILORING" A NEW STYLE IN BARBADOS Partos Panlir Girdles with suspenders Each $9.20 Partos Brassiere!; in Nylon. Net and Broadcloth. m Whilo and Tea Rose. U $2.44. $2.69, S3 04 and 53 25 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad Si. W*V*W>V.. 'SSj, SHIRTS By AUSTIN HEED STIFF FRONT DRESS SEMI-STIFF DRESS SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED By VAN III ISI \ COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED By AEIITEX SHORT SLEEVE SPORT AT C. B. RICE & CO. Our New Stocks of BUILDING MATERIALS include:— OIL-TEMPERED UARDBOAKI) V thiek, 4' K '. 8. 10' lone %  I l*c. sq. ft. STANDARD HARDBOARD 3/16" thick. 4' ;; 8' at 20c. sq. It. V thick. 4' %  fi\ 8'. 10' long at I.V. sq. ft. SURINAM PLYWOOD Treated to resist Termites. %  " thick. 4' V 8' at J8c. sq. It. V4" thick. J" V at 34c. sq. ft. 'Phone: 4287 WILKINSON & 1IAYNES CO., LTD. \ I



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Two U.S. Columns Cross 38Ui Parallel TOKYO, March 31 \yiTH TWO AMERICAN armoured columns across the 38th parallel, the whole United Nations front today rolled forward to within three or four miles of the line. n e Ivanoe covered almost = 11 of the ISO miles width ( Iv Ami ncan tank columns went north over the parallel on the west and central front early today. Police Find More Svrvl Arm* fgsMtlinn •Hidden Throughout Italy IIAIK IIOsll ROME. Mai h 31 %  %  %  %  th. yeai %  line norm ol 'A hunter'shot Brad Into %  bo the vrtflt coast BOUtb Koreans rounds ot machine nun aninnuuattacked K'irt lion, and 2.000 cartridges. There wns no trace of the poleAuothcr haul of hidden arms vv.is made in the disused air-raid shelter of a factory at Saronno. 10 miles northwest of Milan. The police unearthed two mortars, three heavy machineguns. 11 submachine guns. 90 rifles. 264 hand grenades and mortar bombs, 900 cartridges and some spare |>iil-lr At Genoa, police seized three tons of ammunition in three big iron cases burled near the Thesn compound of the Anslado shipyards where three big hauls of arms have been made in the past eight weeks.—Keuler. Gaolwl For killing British Experts CALCUTTA. Maul. 31 Alipore special court near here today sentenced to life imprisonment eight factory empl. at the murder of three British technicians in February 1949 and inluring another who died later. Two other accused etDBtOyeef ol the British Jesups factory at Dum near ham received senten.es of seven and three years gaol respectively The court acquitted 13 others The prosecution said the accused, members of a revnlutionsry V i the Imjin river north of Munsan L'"> milt the South Kon Seoul i uth of the 38th The new United Nations in it la ui the face oi U %  mmunist force" %  ring '"i* an imminent counter.OnCO Night fly.ig Unite.! pilots have srly 4,000 %  r.£ North upply ro,nis dUl last two niglits. the heaviest volume of Communist traffic seen during any period of tin 1 nine months' old war. Tri" Imminence of the Coenroun* in countar-moVi by reports of Communist intrench mi nta being bud' near the town about three miles youth ot the parallel Strong delaying forces of Cominuni-r have been employ ad in some areas in the lasl few %  . . 1.01 inward of the United Nation* P infr rnri '"i hare ai %  MiCommunists' need for iienthlng -pace, while lr ci unter-oflenslvc preparations, but General RldfWKy'l -..uiiiappear designed to "boot them to the punch". —Renter Australia Protests Against Britain's Sugar Deal With Cuba Agi DR. C. B. %  BERTIE" CLARKE who arrived from England yeMerSay \>T the "OolAto" Is pictured Iiera at the Baggaga Warehou"* tliotUy after he landed talking orer dd UBlf* wlt!i the well known I Flaii nigau'. Dr. Clarke wax accompanied by Ul wife. Story on page 5. Strike Talks Churchill Wants Power French Students y .>hcr,! nd i' '*"?? Local Populace attacked the factory four British technlcan* were ., --. _., conference. 75 KO ed In tig Showdown After the general attack, they] threw three of them into a burning AIX LES BAINS, March 31 furnace. The fourth wns injured. Burly shopkeepers and owners nnd .tied later in hospital. of dubs engaged its The prosecution said workers'in 11 wild mionight battle hare last and 'he management had a bonus night and knocked out 15 of them. dispute—Reutrr. 1 Today three of the injured 1 m bjoigaltal nnd extra police were guarding this faShlCSVahle Spa. The French National Union of Student* had Just dnlshei A week of MghUj rap had risen let a violent climax. So had the rage of the local pooulece. SMicl.nl' Linst into hotel bedrooms in their underwear, snatched trayi fri pa Kn cafes. Students drove parked OBI l let down the t\ r> Than were rowdy scene: .111 1 aung on cafe terraee Last night, when the Anal meeting ended, the student horde leaving %  theatre met a pluUttUt ol tough indignant local men. Then the fight began. r lice ratniorcamanti vrnri called from the neighbouring ehambery but by tinm %  U* |f arrived the %  OsdSBlU had suffered .tag defeat -Reuw.Members OfFreneh Embassy Injured WASHINGTON, March 31. Members of the Frc:ich Embassy and Press were seriously inltirco today, when an official car in the presidential cavalcade wi a motor lorry Jean Baube. Press Attache at th* Embassy suftcreii p broken rits. A the Alienee France Pri three ribs broken. Others injured were Madame it. 1 French an aliai and the 1 it inffeur. Th party was proceeding to Mi imt Vernon whan ftt I n I Auriol was to lay a wreath on the tomb of Geoi.;e Washington. —Reuter. IMISSIM. II;I;I riiii >io\s PARTS, March 31, The All Union CommlrU 1 1 1 %  %  Parti Transport au ,., day deelarad they were ready 10 resume negotiations with the dpvernrnant "if there Is fair 1 Talks broke down last night Bilgf tba Government refused !<• grant a 25 per cent wagi Odad by strikers. <;, ,, 1 1 neat bj ocratini 131 that the strike is 16 days old. The drift back to work In the Pans metro (Underground Kail way) wa B reported to-day, but 'IMIS workers stayed out. On e hundred and fifty metro trains — about a third of the nor ma I O-ital—ran to-day. The Trans. port Board announced that bv •peeding up trains, 50 per cent of the normal service was mauttalne 1 trika Conunitaaa announetd that over 4.000.000 tl l>ocn eollectcxl to aid stn. 1 i> IN rraDCI for each 3.1.000 men who have not taken old tor a fortnight. The Ministry of Transport ,' DDnform ily v.ali Government polley 1948 strike 1 eiiada wdi not be paid for In any form hntsocver —Alllee .' I.ONl). -\. \l.in ii :il BRITISH Prime Minister Clooeiu Attl.-e today accused Winston Churchill l^eudur, ul t) Opposition, of resorting to political tricks to harass the Government, because he was "out to get back to power by hook or by crook". In a party political broadcast dcolrd mainly to domestic affairs, Attlec attacked Churchill's demand for elections to achieve national unity. He had demanded this before the 1950 election. That election Churr'nll lost "but he is not satisfied", Attlet* said. Tea only national unity ha (Chun li believes in,'is unity under 1 leadership'', the Primi eclared. Speak rig of the cost of living. la id it had gone up less in TiuinaiiPledgesli.S. Resources To Free Allies From Fear WASHINGTON. March 31 President Truman pledged the Bfcatea resources to help free France, lintain, Belgium, H Norway and other Allic jfrom "the ie,n oi being overrun net more In another generation : He toli: lh< I Vincent Auriol, that th> 1 States "will nevai But for humane reasons the friendship" for that country Ministry added that deductions The occasion was the banquet lor the lfl days not worked this last night a) the French I mtnth would be spread over four where (he Preekleni an 1 k months. Truman are gueate of tkw A communique by Strike ComFrench President Tn, -tees earlier to-day denounce ...,,,. ,..,,„. an" and "provocation* announcement by the state-controlled radii last night that return thli morning was probable. —Reuter fukislan Welcomes Adoption Of \nglo-U.S. Plan KARACHI. March 31. Informed Pakistan 1010*001 In re. to daj. welcomed the Secoriti adoption of the AimloI as "0 tlrm Step in the rlgl tlon." The resolution, approved "/BBNlled for the appointment of a new United Nations representative -o Irv to solve the Kiish 1 rte between India and Pakistan. Pakistan tourcei sold to-day. that they hopetl the Security Council would carry out thaat 'da 1 Is with determination, i.v on the matter of demilitarisation With parts of the Middle Baal In a ferment, they said It would l>e disastrous for the i-'mtc.i Nation to ado| I promising polley" In Kashmir, rifiei the adoption of the AngloI —Reuter live was "peace In the "And l %  "' %  'hiwoild, we want to 1,0*e that Iron curtain and make France, Britain. Belgium, Holland and Norway an. those countries who Stayed wttk othroug)' ul tri %  • and eojual with the rest of mankind In tl s#> thai thes will not v.ill1 frOI 'he fear of being 1 V* I I more in another ^enemflon."' Truman said "That is all we are working for That is the object of tha Atlantic Pact "—Reatrr Vvsliiusky IsIII MOSCOW, March 31 The Soviet Foreign Minister, di but ranis Pros* On>,. nntoday. ii)i rears old. 1 reported fn IT. Berlin on Wednesday that Vy ilnakj ifff< 1 Ing from l neumonia. Newspapers quote laMxplalnad t>! %  thai he was takin Ciacno—Reuter LIQUOR CONCERN CONFISCATED BERLIN. Mar-h 31 1 Oam n court last night 1 ,' UNI on behalf of the East Qermaa Government of kfortti Comblna, one ol bvgest producers of spirituous Imuoi The court's followed I three day 1 c.f the Combines leading employeti on charges of economic —Rruter. BREAD WILL COST BRITONS MORE I.ONOON. March 31 Bread In Britain is to cost mU tr) of Food announced !onighl that the price of the ordlnmrUl go Up by naif a penny from tomorrow. The praaanl u't' 1Bvapenea half|enny. The increase Is caused by a jiaa 01 lie coat of wheat. —Renter. Britain Mian in almost anywhere lie In the Bl nd American emu lined, had depreciated in uV eemc degree present International itu.i on here is only one way in ehk-ii wt can hope to reduce the %  ul uw iiiateruifci and that 1'. nd. 'sStonal action and agrecnani nmoi fc in-odnrlng nnd consuming counl \ I. %  lalrned thasg gehJavemcnti for Britain under his Government %  '" %  against any orm of totalttai 1 1 she has ihgutdi red the ami %  %  %  '.-i to be tn.iiR to pi I %  —Rruter. Europe, imericas Must Unite -Auiiol WAKHiN' IT" iM M rch 81. Pr Uani Auriol < -r Pre daj apneaiU I ;^> E iropi %  Anwtlcani to forget g* limitations and to mute In an addreu hi tl 1 I Ministers of 21 publics mealing In Washington, he I that the Atlantic had become 1 mmuruty. He add thai \. ai tcau had lerei %  •hieh In U • 1 I sheltegod from 1 atei n 1 danget %  —Rruter W. Germany Accepts French Invitation BONN. Hareh II I)i Konnel Adenauer. West German Chancellor, tori... cant ivernment'i in lanon to the Schuman 1 ferance In Pans on April 12. a West Oarman news agency poited.— KcMlrr. reemeni Likely In Grenada With Employers, Worker* (JBE.NAOA. March 31. Barltrop 1. leaving ti %  but 111 an intii \ low with the West Indian to-da> he said real prospect sxkrts fot asCtogether talks batwae n tha employers and workei.s in ine ver> near future an i follow Ins HlR of Mental and Manual Work well ts the rseanl iweeu piMiiiinent gmp leaders, be wss \< little more hope ful during ihe poai M hour than 1 have i-it 1 L 10*1*0 tune*'. lood Mg "f the M M w it meeting Ic %  was mviteii wss tin conduct of %  I Hone ml gut aigi -%  > u it..' 1 %  iti. Unas and the appeara I i'.i I'.I 1 %  1 k 11. %  wanted sympathy from United Kingdom workers. |hey wan lowing the ai paths ot the count 1 > which haa Un expti lenei In Trade Urdaeuam thai given more expei ence, M M w r should d> I 1 rapid growth had lieeu bound to MUSS rnbtl Barltrop also had Snal talks with empl 1 1 % %  -. in hope for a health* appl Undue comment m tk del irate stage IN likely to prepiiiire the labour front against I uaatrrd Anti-Communists Parachuted Into Albania HKI.ilUAHK. March 31. M I ofl 11I Yugopapai Bares <> ported MELBOURNE, March 31 THE AUSTRALIAN Sugar Producers' s\aaocia tion and the Queensland Cane Growers' Coun cil have asked the Australian Government to pro lest to Britain against the negotiations she has been reported to be conducting for a bilateral sugar agreement with Cuba. E. T S. Peexce, the General Secretary of. the Suar cers' Association said today; "We have asked the : %  > continue hie,h level protests already made British tiovefnmenl, and to emphasise again, the idustriea concern at the negotiations." %  — —_ Yesterday. Pearce and other Australian delegatei to last year's i I oudon sugar talks, said that if negotiating a bilateral ith Cuba, die wag .imarlng disregard Group Areas Act i r< rou/N, Hareh II Santa tfrtea reelnrani pad i rw IJUS Into furce which 4im .it dli hliiiup the onin ttv inlu -while a..Ml ••! eiired" M-.III>. The aoa Ian ki knawa * the (.n.up Area. Ael which reMMlrri. .,11 mm uhile |M-iiiile io rt Bgaatal signals la aasve kata rr^iriried gsan*heiirl ,,r Ir-ive Ihrlr own nrinhln iirhood* --..uiii Atrt. in. •• sao.aao I IN,.|.,.OX .|lu| MIIIIH „, i arosaauH ItriUin i .-i. ement showing for hei moral and cmtraclual ohlinatinns." Australia's export was estah oiKi.ooo IMS, and Britain was specifically committed under the Commouwaalui sugar agree monl tn And I market for thi<: amount with corresponding quantities from other exporters Up to ISM, they said. The) added thai Britain was also committed to do everything lO safeguard the rtagggT. dels for Australian sugar ,;',\, nada ell as in Brilain MorriMHi Will l*iiii|>hasist k Itriiain's Goodwill l> I'AMKI.A M ATI III \\ s LONDON March :ii Herban Harrison, Britain 1 ) ew Fon-ign mphasiaa Britain's goodwill p./ B 2 Bkln l %  %  U : iht East %  don In two unporti here new pollHi ..i quarU rs believe Thli win be the theme of i • titling Uori |iva "t Ihi witvnds t, %  the foreign I • n The tv\ <. puhhe speeches will e tha Brst tha Laboui v.,i\y; nollucal organise] i he k ovei tin Foreign i mice from Ki i n Man h 9 on MoiKi.iv. Morrison will sddre u Weal Mld> Regional l.uhoui party ek, %  %  *i>ud..,:^ STWesS ..f II.. CARDINAL SCHUSTER. Arch In* nop of Milan, "en blmMni the f<--t ot twrlve mta. represenUng the Apottles. diulng th Easter caiessony in Milan Cathedral. — EXJ>T>> a Rttetsffl Incrcasos Mission In Alhunia ROME. March 31. Italian today quoted AH*anian refugees as saving that %  DO in Aloiimu from 3,000 to 5,000. said also to have replaced hundreds of % %  Refuge* \ of 1.000,000 was in some kind of ur:form —Reuter Japan's Part In Pacific Defence Will Be Great Says Dulles being parachuted into the %  flehting Ihere. Tl.. ..i ii< I. %  %  nd OovenurH ni polios did noi low clttn %  ni i ill laafli I ten Lditorof'l.alVeiisu' Goes Into Exile %  by the Lord Mayor al 1 • %  i h pa i r. iati %  ..' Bril tics, with no previous experience M irrlaon L %  tin flndli reel But i dine U 1 %  loi l the m.on proMarni him. Morrison bringi .1 rragb mind .. 1 tuai '1 lire,.!.. %  Ihiule Jipiu-i.oluN |.. the future BurpM lostla bm around the oonfi enea %  ibla 'i"ii to the in..king of I %  > I %  % %  EH Ix 1.1 ni. 'Meat At Any Price Pact' Far Britain BUENOS AIRES, Mareh 31 Die ltnti*h Govornment, if It itg incut from Argentina again. ill pay much more for It than if -.I BCCepted Argentina'^ price demand nine months ago This Bd hei,by well-inlorined auartera when ci>mmcnting on the lolden turn for Uie bettar takeii >\ i.iiks which had been gosng 1 Buenos Airc for the past four -i.'kThey recalled Argeutinn susS Tide.1 shipments last July when ritnin re)eeted her demand for %  he provisional vB? Mg per ton. Airording to these quarters, the F iti If.ovei iiniMit'. latmi oeTei which had John Edwards, Secref.ny to Ihe Treasury and Argentine Ministers of Economy and Finance In smiles last night, is %  • %  ti than the average iif £120 suggested In I^ndon In January l, V Ihe Argentine Anilue-iidor Carlos flogan which wa> also rejected. If. as was hinted by both sides 'Bad night the Agreement could >i maenad naott week, the accord A-iiuld prohahlv In* known as the "Meat At Any Price Pact', these I said. —Reuter TELL TTIE ADVOCATE THE NEWS DIAL, 3113 DAY OR NIOIIT MONTEVIDCO, March :t1 Alberto Galnaa P edltoi or the indi I'rrnka. from Uruguaj ui Ul the I •> *; ^-^^^ \ dom of the Press has bean reS -^ i ^^ o % % %  he had fled from Ai .ipe the 15dn> j;ui term on[9 tempt of Coi n omlnated by '• the Pan l .iwure of any arre I ordei intll tffei he heard It on the radio while al his ij' ,>r Colonla. Urugus) Thi order 21 by the (.'ongntonal ( selxed pie Ihe opportunity U their future Intention* Japan's soverelgntv should hi %  four home inlands and cant would renunclale all rights, titles and claimto K I I right" to nar'.' live selt11 ran dements, should lc lK-tter lefv for subse%  laoan and olhei • Japan might for a thi %  i .' %  —Reuter Condemns Racial Discrimination .%  %  The I I %  i raued b; %  The rea atad at th Bnal pi pi t name M itlon —Reuter AT ITS BEST IS K.W.V. K. W. V. SWEET VERMOUTH DRY VERMOUTH BELGIAN PREMIER VISITS NEW YORK NEW VOUK \i treh i rrivt %  i what In ci a 'uiivatv 10 itu\ %  1..MH 0 l>y his wil booed I i. um n and otfv i —Reule NEW BASE SET UP IN ANTARCTIC BUENOS AIRES M %  %  Up In Miirgan t who I. 'And bea's Ihe name rtin. %  %  %  has a post oi surgery. Reuter Both Wines haw excellent qualities ss bevsrsges and for use with Gin foe %  i c ektsilg. They are made from pure white wines with the ii ol extracts ui health-RivinK herds K. W. V. WEMMERSHOEK —A Sweet Table Wine, to be served slightly chilled— /Ml/. HIH WKDDIM; PiRTIFS. V/,v.v.v,vmv.'.w,v*cw,w*v.v J A


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Two U.S. Columns
Cross 38Ui Parallel
TOKYO, March 31
\yiTH TWO AMERICAN armoured columns
across the 38th parallel, the whole United
Nations front today rolled forward to within three
or four miles of the line.
n e Ivanoe covered almost = 11 of the ISO miles width
' ( Iv
Ami ncan tank columns went north over the parallel
on the west and central front early today.
Police Find More
Svrvl Arm* fgsMtlinn
Hidden Throughout Italy
IIAIK IIOsll
ROME. Mai h 31



th. yeai

line norm ol
'A hunter'- shot Brad Into bo low Uee to dislodge
disclosed on anna e
Pimuuola, 2r\ miles north ol Floi i
ence. I on . i:
The animal took refuse in the Then wag little activity in the
tree trunk, and when the hunt* I South Kon
fired there wns an explosion. tec- up Hi 10 miles -cross the
The polite later found 10 mU
a pistol, some hand grenades ami I (r> the vrtflt coast BOUtb Koreans
rounds ot machine nun aninnuu- attacked
' K'irt
lion, and 2.000 cartridges.
There wns no trace of the pole-
Auothcr haul of hidden arms
vv.is made in the disused air-raid
shelter of a factory at Saronno. 10
miles northwest of Milan.
The police unearthed two mor-
tars, three heavy machineguns.
11 submachine guns. 90 rifles. 264
hand grenades and mortar bombs,
900 cartridges and some spare
|>iil-lr
At Genoa, police seized three
tons of ammunition in three big
iron cases burled near the Thesn
compound of the Anslado ship-
yards where three big hauls of
arms have been made in the past
eight weeks.Keuler.
Gaolwl For killing
British Experts
CALCUTTA. Maul. 31
Alipore special court near here
today sentenced to life imprison-
ment eight factory empl. at
the murder of three British tech-
nicians in February 1949 and in-
luring another who died later.
Two other accused etDBtOyeef ol
the British Jesups factory at Dum
near ham received senten.es of
seven and three years gaol respec-
tively
The court acquitted 13 others
The prosecution said the
accused, members of a revnlution-
sry
V i the Imjin river
north of Munsan L'"> milt
the South Kon Seoul
i uth of the 38th
The new United Nations in it la -
ui the face oi U
mmunist force"
ring '"i* an
imminent counter.OnCO
Night fly.ig Unite.!
pilots have srly 4,000
r. North
upply ro,nis dUl
last two niglits. the heaviest
volume of Communist traffic seen
during any period of tin1 nine
months' old war.
Tri" Imminence of the Coenroun*
in countar-moVi
by reports of Communist intrench
mi nta being bud' near the town
about three miles youth ot the
parallel Strong delaying forces
of Cominuni-r have been employ
ad in some areas in the lasl few
.
1.01 inward of the United Nation*
P infr rnri '"i hare ai
Mi- Communists' need for
iienthlng -pace, while
lr ci unter-oflenslvc pre-
parations, but General RldfWKy'l
-..uiii- appear designed to "boot
them to the punch".
Renter
Australia Protests
Against Britain's
Sugar Deal With Cuba
Agi
DR. C. B. BERTIE" CLARKE who arrived from England yeMerSay \>T the "OolAto" Is pictured
Iiera at the Baggaga Warehou"* tliotUy after he landed talking orer dd UBlf* wlt!i the well known I
Flaii nigau'.
Dr. Clarke wax accompanied by Ul wife. Story on page 5. ___________ _______
Strike Talks Churchill Wants Power
French Students
"y .>hcr,!ndi' '*"?? Local Populace
attacked the factory
four British technlcan* were ., --. _.,
conference. 75 KO ed In tig Showdown
After the general attack, they]
threw three of them into a burning AIX LES BAINS, March 31
furnace. The fourth wns injured. Burly shopkeepers and owners
nnd .tied later in hospital. of dubs engaged its
The prosecution said workers'in 11 wild mionight battle hare last
and 'he management had a bonus night and knocked out 15 of them.
disputeReutrr. 1 Today three of the injured
1 m bjoigaltal nnd extra
police were guarding this faShlCSV-
ahle Spa.
The French National Union of
Student* had Just dnlshei
A week of MghUj rap
had risen let a violent climax.
So had the rage of the local
pooulece.
SMicl.nl' Linst into hotel bed-
rooms in their underwear, snatch-
ed trayi fri pa Kn
cafes. Students drove parked OBI
l let down the t\ r>
Than were rowdy scene: .111 1
aung on cafe terraee
Last night, when the Anal meet-
ing ended, the student horde leav-
ing theatre met a pluUttUt ol
tough indignant local men. Then
the fight began.
r lice ratniorcamanti vrnri
called from the neighbouring
ehambery but by tin- m U* |f
arrived the OsdSBlU had suffered
.tag defeat -Reuw.-
Members OfFreneh
Embassy Injured
WASHINGTON, March 31.
Members of the Frc:ich Embassy
and Press were seriously inltirco
today, when an official car in the
presidential cavalcade wi
a motor lorry
Jean Baube. Press Attache at
th* Embassy suftcreii p
broken rits. A
the Alienee France Pri
three ribs broken. Others injured
were Madame it. 1
French an aliai and the 1 it inf-
feur.
Th party was proceeding to
Mi imt Vernon whan ftt I n I
Auriol was to lay a wreath on the
tomb of Geoi.;e Washington.
Reuter.
IMISSIM. ii;i;i riiii >io\s
PARTS, March 31,
The All Union CommlrU 1 1 1
Parti Transport au ,.,
day deelarad they were ready 10
resume negotiations with the dpv-
ernrnant "if there Is fair 1
Talks broke down last night
Bilgf tba Government refused !<
grant a 25 per cent wagi
Odad by strikers. <;, ,, 1 1
neat bj ocratini 131
that the strike is 16 days old.
The drift back to work In the
Pans metro (Underground Kail
way) waB reported to-day, but
'Imis workers stayed out.
One hundred and fifty metro
trains about a third of the nor
ma I O-italran to-day. The Trans.
port Board announced that bv
peeding up trains, 50 per cent of
the normal service was mauttalne 1
trika Conunitaaa announe-
td that over 4.000.000 tl
l>ocn eollectcxl to aid stn. 1
i> IN rraDCI for each 3.1.000 men
who have not taken old tor a fort-
night.
The Ministry of Transport
,' DDnform
ily v.ali Government polley
1948 strike 1 eiiada wdi
not be paid for In any form
hntsocver "
Alllee
.' I.ONl). -\. \l.in ii :il
BRITISH Prime Minister Clooeiu Attl.-e today accused
Winston Churchill l^eudur, ul t) Opposition, of resorting
to political tricks to harass the Government, because he
was "out to get back to power by hook or by crook".
In a party political broadcast dcolrd mainly to domestic
affairs, Attlec attacked Churchill's demand for elections to
achieve national unity. He had demanded this before the
1950 election. That election Churr'nll lost "but he is not
satisfied", Attlet* said.
Tea only national unity ha
(Chun li believes in,'is unity
under 1 leadership'', the Primi
eclared.
Speak rig of the cost of living.
la id it had gone up less in
TiuinaiiPledgesli.S.
Resources To Free
Allies From Fear
WASHINGTON. March 31
President Truman pledged the
Bfcatea resources to help
free France, lintain, Belgium,
H Norway and other Allic
jfrom "the ie,n oi being overrun
net more In another generation
: He toli: lh<
I Vincent Auriol, that th> 1
States "will nevai
But for humane reasons the friendship" for that country
Ministry added that deductions The occasion was the banquet
lor the lfl days not worked this last night a) the French I
mtnth would be spread over four where (he Preekleni an 1 k
months. Truman are gueate of tkw
A communique by Strike Com- French President Tn,
-tees earlier to-day denounce ...,,,. ,..,,.
an" and "provocation*
announcement by the state-con-
trolled radii last night that return
thli morning was probable.
Reuter
fukislan Welcomes
Adoption Of
\nglo-U.S. Plan
KARACHI. March 31.
Informed Pakistan 1010*001 In re.
to daj. welcomed the Secoriti
adoption of the Aimlo-
I
as "0 tlrm Step in the rlgl
tlon."
The resolution, approved "/BB-
Nlled for the appointment
of a new United Nations repre-
sentative -o Irv to solve the Kiish
1 rte between India and
Pakistan.
Pakistan tourcei sold to-day.
that they hopetl the Security
Council would carry out thaat 'da
1 Is with determination,
i.v on the matter of
demilitarisation With parts of
the Middle Baal In a ferment, they
said It would l>e disastrous for the
i-'mtc.i Nation to ado| I
promising polley" In Kashmir,
rifiei the adoption of the Anglo-
I
Reuter
live was "peace In the .
"And l "' 'hi-
woild, we want to 1,0*e that Iron
curtain and make France, Britain.
Belgium, Holland and Norway an.
those countries who Stayed wttk
o- throug)' ul tri and eojual with
the rest of mankind In tl
s#> thai thes will not v.ill- 1 frOI
'he fear of being 1 V* I I
more in another ^enemflon."'
Truman said .
"That is all we are working for
That is the object of tha Atlantic
Pact "Reatrr
Vvsliiusky Is- III
MOSCOW, March 31
The Soviet Foreign Minister,
di but ra-
nis Pros* On>,. nn-
today.
ii)i rears old.
1 reported
fn it. Berlin on Wednesday that
Vy ilnakj ifff< 1 Ing from
l neumonia. Newspapers
quote |l formation ervir* which
lO have said U
tOV had taken charge of the For-

-. 'II health
'train and over-
1
liplon.a-
I over I
1 'i> laMxplalnad t>-
!
thai he was tak-
in Ciacno-
Reuter
LIQUOR CONCERN
CONFISCATED
BERLIN. Mar-h 31
1 Oam n court last night
1 ,' UNI on behalf of
the East Qermaa Government of
kfortti Comblna, one ol
bvgest producers of
spirituous Imuoi The court's
followed I three day
1 c.f the Combines leading em-
ployeti on charges of economic
Rruter.
BREAD WILL COST
BRITONS MORE
I.ONOON. March 31
Bread In Britain is to cost mU
tr) of Food announced
!onighl that the price of the ordln-
mrUl go Up by naif a penny
from tomorrow. The praaanl u't'
1- Bvapenea half|enny.
The increase Is caused by a jiaa
01 lie coat of wheat.
Renter.
Britain Mian in almost anywhere
lie In the -
Bl nd American emu li-
ned, had depreciated
in uV eemc degree
present International
itu.i on here is only one way in
ehk-ii wt can hope to reduce the
ul uw iiiateruifci and that 1-
'. nd. 'sStonal action and agrec-
nani nmoi fc in-odnrlng nnd con-
suming counl "
\ I. lalrned thasg gehJave-
mcnti for Britain under his Gov-
ernment She 1.1s faced and overcome
he immensely o.mcult economic
COfUWquertOM of war."
She has year by year lnerease :
U ttM I -..'. 0J lirr
dom ai d d< <>'" against any
orm of totalttai 1
1 she has ihgutdi red the
ami '' '.-i to be
tn.iiR to pi I
Rruter.
Europe, imericas
Must Unite
-Auiiol
WAKHiN' IT" iM M rch 81.
Pr Uani Auriol < -r Pre
daj apneaiU I ;^> E iropi
Anwtlcani to forget g*
limitations and to mute
In an addreu hi tl 1 I
Ministers of 21
publics mealing In Washington, he
I that the Atlantic had become
1 mmuruty.
He add thai
\. ai tcau had lerei

hieh In U 1 I '
sheltegod from 1 atei n 1 danget

Rruter
W. Germany Accepts
French Invitation
BONN. Hareh II
I)i Konnel Adenauer. West
German Chancellor, tori... cant
ivernment'i in
lanon to the Schuman 1
ferance In Pans on April 12. a
West Oarman news agency
poited. KcMlrr.
reemeni
Likely In
Grenada
With Employers, Worker*
(JBE.NAOA. March 31.
Barltrop 1. leaving ti
but 111 an intii \ low
with the West Indian to-da> he
said real prospect sxkrts fot asC-
together talks batwaen tha em-
ployers and workei.s in ine ver>
near future an i follow Ins
HlR of Mental and Manual Work
well ts the rseanl
iweeu piMiiiinent gmp
leaders, be wss \< little more hope
ful during ihe poai M hour than
1 have i-it 1 l 10*1*0 tune*'.
lood Mg "f the
m m w it meeting Ic
was mviteii wss tin conduct of

I
Hone ml gut aigi -- > u it..' 1
iti. Unas
and the appeara
I i'.i i'.i 1 1 k 11.

wanted sympathy from United
Kingdom workers. |hey wan
!
lowing the ai paths ot
the count 1 > which haa Un
expti lenei In Trade Urdaeuam
. thai given more expei
ence, m m w r should d>
I 1
rapid growth had lieeu bound to
muss rnbtl
Barltrop also had Snal talks
with empl 1 1
-. in hope
for a health* appl
Undue comment m tk
del irate stage in likely to prepi-
iiire the labour front against
I uaatrrd
Anti-Communists
Parachuted
Into Albania
HKI.ilUAHK. March 31.
M I ofl 11I Yugo-
papai Bares <> ported
MELBOURNE, March 31
THE AUSTRALIAN Sugar Producers' s\aaocia
tion and the Queensland Cane Growers' Coun
cil have asked the Australian Government to pro
lest to Britain against the negotiations she has
been reported to be conducting for a bilateral
sugar agreement with Cuba.
E. T S. Peexce, the General Secretary of. the Suar
cers' Association said today; "We have asked the
:> continue hie,h level protests already made
British tiovefnmenl, and to emphasise again, the
idustriea concern at the negotiations."
' .-------------------------_ Yesterday. Pearce and other
Australian delegatei to last year's
i I oudon sugar talks, said that if
. negotiating a bilateral
ith Cuba, die wag
.imarlng disregard
Group Areas
Act
i r< rou/N, Hareh II
Santa tfrtea reelnrani pad
i rw Ijus Into furce which
4im .it dli hliii- up the onin
ttv inlu -while a..Ml !
eiired" m-.Iii>.
The aoa Ian ki knawa *
the (.n.up Area. Ael which
reMMlrri. .,11 mm uhile |M-iiiile
io rt Bgaatal signals la
aasve kata rr^iriried gsan*-
heiirl...... ,,r Ir-ive Ihrlr own
nrinhln iirhood*
--..uiii Atrt. in. sao.aao
I IN,.|.,.OX .|lu| MIIIIH.........,
i arosaauH
ItriUin i
.-i. ement
showing
for hei moral and cmtraclual
ohlinatinns."
Australia's export was estah
oiKi.ooo IMS, and Britain
was specifically committed under
the Commouwaalui sugar agree
monl tn And I market for thi<:
amount with corresponding quan-
tities from other exporters Up to
ISM, they said.
The) added thai Britain was
also committed to do everything
lO safeguard the rtagggT.
dels for Australian sugar
,;',\,
nada ,
ell as in Brilain
MorriMHi Will
l*iiii|>hasistk
Itriiain's Goodwill
l> I'AMKI.A M ATI III \\ s
LONDON March :ii
Herban Harrison, Britain1)
ew Fon-ign
mphasiaa Britain's goodwill p./
B2Bklnl .....U : iht East
don In two unporti
. here new
pollHi ..i quarU rs believe
Thli win be the theme of
i titling Uori
|iva "t Ihi witvnds t,
the foreign I n
The tv\ <. puhhe speeches will
e tha Brst tha Laboui v.,i\y;
nollucal organise]
* i he .....k ovei tin
Foreign i mice from Ki
i n Man h 9 on MoiKi.iv. Mor-
rison will sddre u Weal Mld>
Regional l.uhoui party
ek,
*- i>ud..,:^ STWesS
..f II..
CARDINAL SCHUSTER. Arch In* nop of Milan, "en blmMni the f<--t
ot twrlve mta. represenUng the Apottles. diulng th Easter caiessony
in Milan Cathedral. Exj>t>>a
Rttetsffl Incrcasos
Mission In Alhunia
ROME. March 31.
Italian today quoted
AH*anian refugees as saving that

DO in Aloiimu from 3,000
to 5,000.
' said also
to have replaced hundreds of

Refuge*
\
of 1.000,000 was in some kind of
ur:formReuter
Japan's Part In Pacific
Defence Will Be Great
Says Dulles
being parachuted into the

flehting Ihere.
Tl.. ..i ii< I.

nd OovenurH ni polios did noi
low clttn
ni i ill laafli I
ten
Lditorof'l.alVeiisu'
Goes Into Exile
by the Lord Mayor al
1 i
h pa i r. iati ..' Bril
tics, with no previous experience
M irrlaon L
tin flndli reel
But i dine U
1 loi l the m.on proMarni
him.
Morrison bringi .1 rragb mind
.. 1 tuai
'1 lire,.!..
Ihiule Jipiu-i.oluN |.. the future
* BurpM lostla bm
around the oonfi enea ibla
'i"ii to the in..king of I
"> I EH Ix
1.1 ni.
'Meat At Any
Price Pact'
Far Britain
BUENOS AIRES, Mareh 31
Die ltnti*h Govornment, if It
itg incut from Argentina again.
ill pay much more for It than if
-.I BCCepted Argentina'^ price
demand nine months ago This
Bd hei,- by well-inlorined
auartera when ci>mmcnting on the
lolden turn for Uie bettar takeii
>\ i.iiks which had been gosng
.....1 Buenos Airc for the past
four -i.'k-
They recalled Argeutinn sus-
STide.1 shipments last July when
ritnin re)eeted her demand for
he provisional vB? Mg per ton.
Airording to these quarters, the
f iti I- f.ovei iiniMit'. latmi oeTei
which had John Edwards, Secre-
f.ny to Ihe Treasury and Argen-
tine Ministers of Economy and
Finance In smiles last night, is
ti than the average
iif 120 suggested In I^ndon In
January l,V Ihe Argentine Ani-
lue-iidor Carlos flogan which wa>
also rejected.
If. as was hinted by both sides
'Bad night the Agreement could
>i maenad naott week, the accord
A-iiuld prohahlv In* known as the
"Meat At Any Price Pact', these
I said.
Reuter
TELL TTIE ADVOCATE
THE NEWS
DIAL, 3113
DAY OR NIOIIT
MONTEVIDCO, March :t1
Alberto Galnaa P edltoi or
the indi
I'rrnka.
from Uruguaj ui Ul the I > *; ^- -^^^ \
dom of the Press has bean re- S -^ i ^^ o

he had fled
from Ai .ipe the 15-
dn> j;ui term on- [9
tempt of Coi n omlnated by '
the Pan
l .iwure of
any arre I ordei intll tffei he
heard It on the radio while al his
ij' ,>r Colonla.
Urugus) Thi order
21 by the
(.'ongn- tonal (
selxed in. Commit! lo Gainze
: t asserUni
iigressio
was illegi Kt
LOS ANGELES. March 31
John Foster Dulles, Umten
Siatei gpsi Is ial en
declared here tonight he believed
Japan eventually would
ndispensable contribution" U) te
gional security in the P
Dulles said '
which should erneras from hu
recent dlacusalons in Australia
..hr.uld at the sunie ti'ne eCPBCUVl l-
enaura thai there would ! no un-
imsnl by Japan
which cot

Rut he warned that no one
i urrie from !h
I
the i
. resdonal secui ity In tl i
hs was now work-
ing actively to find wavs to aatlsfv
of Australia

was understood
I
'-
"posal to permii
Japan to rearm.
Summary l Te\l-
Dulk-s save B detailed summary
of Peace Treaty texts circulate!
t i Allied Governments tk
li.' i- pureU
tentative Main point*
.. t r-
ild give the Japanese peo>
pie Ihe opportunity U
their future Intention*
Japan's soverelgntv should hi
four home inlands and
cant
would renunclale all rights, titles
and claim- to K I
'
I right" to nar'.'
live selt-
11 ran dements,
should lc lK-tter lefv for subse-

laoan and olhei
Japan might for a thi

i .'
Reuter
Condemns Racial
Discrimination
.- -
The I
I
i raued b;

The rea atad at th
Bnal pi.....
pi t name M
itlon
Reuter
AT ITS
BEST IS
K.W.V.
K. W. V.
SWEET VERMOUTH
DRY VERMOUTH
BELGIAN PREMIER
VISITS NEW YORK
NEW VOUK \i treh !
i
rrivt '
i what In ci
a 'uiivatv 10 itu\
1..MH 0 l>y his wil
booed I
i. um n and otfv i
Reule
NEW BASE SET UP
IN ANTARCTIC
BUENOS AIRES M

Up In Miirgan t
who I. '-
And bea's Ihe name
' rtin.


has a post oi
surgery. Reuter
Both Wines haw excellent qualities
ss bevsrsges and for use with Gin foe
i c ektsilg. They are
made from pure white wines with the
ii ol extracts ui health-RivinK
herds
K. W. V.
WEMMERSHOEK
A Sweet Table Wine, to be
served slightly chilled
/Ml/. HIH WKDDIM; PiRTIFS.
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'


PACE TWO
-ISIIU VIAIPI \ll
-.1 SI) \\ M'HIl. I. I:.l
CaJiib galling
uoi. B whittinchav With Cablr & Wirele.i
nd in command of the
'iuiana Police Fore*. \JtR AC SKEETE, a B*i ba-
ng i JVl dian who wat with Cable and
'h Gaaeogw MWMtl fot Em-land wirele's lor The past 31 years, re-
He *H accoitipa-in-rt by turned yesterday morning by the
...'* wife who AammhrtratlW <;arMiu> to St Lucia where he is
I-Joyed as Responsible Officer.
'' He w a* accompanied by hta srife
M'.V ?h.tm'tnam 5*^5 w":: Mr. Skeete came over here a
Mr H R Tucker. Britun Council fc ^ ftU u wh^ wm%
S2r!T,t,,C. T. "J^iifJ*- in Barbados . the interest of her
fore he tame out to the island __,,, *vfc -.-- -.*. # Mr
During the* far* Stay here ""'"^ V%^.Sw nf Hush
they rWtd the BrtUsh Council nd lira. c. V. Chandler o Bush
where t^ey conferred with Mi
Tucker
For Guide Course
MISS MARJORIE PF.MBER
TON, Assistant Mistress of
IgbsM) anu
Guide Capt. of the School's Guides,
btrday morning by the
Gaaeacne fur England on a thre.*
month" (".nidc Training Course
.under Oaf auaptPH of UM British
| I nd tba OW (;uldc Asso-
on of England
After Tn M^il..
AFTER spending about te.i
n i ntnsi1 holiday in England,
Hill
Headmaster Returns
MAJOR C. NOOTT. Headma..
ler of Combermere School
who was on lone leave in EnKland
returned yesterday morning by the
GeJftte He was accompanied b\
his wife and little son.
Will Attend B.I.F.
MR. AND MRS S A. Blan-
rhrtle left yesterday morn-
ing by Ihc Gaaregae for EngLinu
where thev will spend about three
to four months.
tan. Biancneii* ..*.. ._ ui,agiiii.
Director of the Barbados Hardv. i
will among other thing*, attend the
Hriti-h Industries Fair, while hi-
wife will take the opportunity to
visit her l>rother .Mr. O. R." Heads-
Marshall. Barbados Scholar 193W
who Is now Sub Dean of Londor
I'mversity.
Miss Daphne Ward
of the ixvflonmcm aim Welfare
i turned, bv the
(MMt visterdav morning.
Id Carlo that she had i.
trsjrj mien tang and enjoyable
houdaj ' edoed that I
angan > nne Ml
and her trip down was < '
Miss Ward is the daughter of
Mr and Ml G I Elizabeth Cockeram who are
with T.C.A Reservation Depart-
ment in Toronto. They arrived
from Canada yesterday by T. C. A
T.C.A. Staff
HERE lor ten days holiday
Mrs. Joan Reinhardt i
Warner-. Christ Church.
For U.K. Holid>
Miss CONSTANCE INOTSS.
A
oowas COCKTAIL
ArraRNOON inn -ist-
Juil arrived:
ENGLISH INEXTENHIVE COTTON DMBO
from .... MIB
AIM a new asiortment of
JACQHAR SCARVES AND SQt'ARES
We o//er a wide range 0/
Houtehold
EARTHENWARE
MEDINA -II Ml
Maroon Band & Gold Decoration
Taa Cups A Saucers. Cieam Jugs
I'lr.tt.'i Tea Pols
Also:
TEA SETS
DINNER SETS
DINNED SETS
Obtainable from oui
0OHH0 OXftHNOR
IHfcNCVS
tfmcisy
ivfiatt ran m rt.-' i
dhrisl iiurctl <; 'I K.-undatlo.
lataoot wh among the j
.
. Un- .a.soognr for
LT. PETER SHORT. Royal Ar-
tillery arrived from England
veterd*v by the "Oolftto".
ray^attheOceanVIe^ ^ Ef*J*J& n
Arriving by the same 'plane "! AUSTIN and infant arrived
arm Mm Seraphina MacNcil and from England yesterday by the
Miss Olive Jennings who 'ire with GolBU to spend a f
T c A's Tramc Department In holiday with Mr
Sydney. Nova Scotia. They plan Mr. and Mrr.
To Be Married Shortly
LT PETER D B SHORT of the
Rival Artillery arrived from
England yesterday bv The Gatfrtn.
He is on sixty-one days' leave
Li Short ir. to be married on
April Iflth to Miss Anne Pain*,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. II.
Black Beat.**
Peter ued to live in 11
when his father, the late Mi.
Walter Snprt was with U.B.O.T
al Point Fortin. He was educated
he School and left Bai -
badi.. in December, IMS.
His brother Brook, who also
went In school at Lodge was
killed during the war while sen -
mg with the B A.F.
Intrangit
MISS JOAN HENRY, youngest
daughter iof Mr. William
Henry. Trinidad solicitor, spent
a few hours on shore with Mi.
\ aiau yes-
tantaj whlla the Gasrogne was ,n
pen.
HLm Hanrj en routa to ffm
IM her aUidles.
Fourtrt Vi.it
pAYING her fourth boll
* to Barbados is Miss Mavis
Romdwar. Secretarv SluioKiaph
er of Messrs J. W potter and Co.
LM Trinidad Bhg an
terday morning by the Gaaeaca>r
for a month's holiday which -aIio
will iMBd as a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Duncan Ashhv of Welches
CaWM Church.
Bark Afftin
VrtUS. PETER UEWIICRST
Building Contractor
MORTIMER WORRELL.
Uuilding Contractoi. i-
urned to St. Lucia yesterday __
1.1 .up expected to If
i no sour 10 iMume hi. morrow by B.W.I A. for Anl.gua
ith Hill.
24 Pieces .................... 112 11
34 ........ H.M
63 ..................... 49.84
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DAVIS fc
Anna
BAXTER
hi-tntk ...
ENAMEL WARE
M"
MISS .(.,
of M
i the Gaaeogne yesterday morn-
ing on her way to Enghuvl ivhart
she will puraua further )
At me Baggage Warehouse lo
meet hag were the Adams lanuly
with whom she spent a few hours ,f",*"'
IWfOfl leturning lo the ship.
For Indefinite Stay
< I.CVKI.AM) IfUBSI '
It | N.-.v T*-vimei.t Churcil
South Trinidad.
Born In Barbados
hose husband is a planter
in Dmninieii. ,, DOW hack in Bar-
bados for a holiday. She arrived
yesterday morntnsj; by th, I.a Austins Darantf*, Netaaai accompanied by her daugh-
.. B. G. Austin of ter Alroy and will be remaining
uiWbadog'and" Balmoral Flats, before leaving for for a mo.' Mr
uT^Xfy&'lltoSo^V British Guiana where Mr. Austin Robert Yearwood at My Lord's
Hotel wlH lakc UP un appointment
Messrs Booker Bros, Mc-Connell
AntifUa Meeting Co. He is it Chartered Account-
EV. D. C. MOORE and Rev. ant.
un Minis Mr. Austin served with the
W hereto. Royal Navy in the Middle East and
the Indian Oce.m during the la*'
where they will attend a meet...* ^gjiS^Jt%l '
nen and Cllbllti who are engage-l ol Synod of their Church. Mr Mine n. .ert awnr
O A Pilgrim will accompany School 1 eher
them as Synod delegate \yf1SS AUDREY STEPHENS
On Holiday investment Meeting -VI arrived from Trinidad yester.
LBO leaving, bv the G*s- *R pat SHAW, Manager ol day bv B.W 1 A to spend two
aacaa iterday lo spend a JVl an investment firm in Hamil- weeks' holiday with Mr. and Mrs.
holiday in St Luna was Nurse ton, Ontario, arrived from Canada J W Rice at 'East Wind ROeK-
Bl ne o< Cariton, St. yesterday morning by T C.A. on lev New Road. Miss Stephana Is a
James. a lwo weeks' visit. He was met school teacher with I l- I. "
Barriater-af-Law at Seawell by Mr Watt He 15 a their school ir
SAMlhl. (IRAHAM. Bar- K""' 1 the Windsor Hotel.
mdiun born Barrister .it College Student
1 n<,\\ resident in Oranada, A RR1VING by T C A yester-
ivad rere yesterday mornlpg j\ day morning to spend short r\B AND MRS. Walter Mat tick
1 1 <>dkeociie d:i q ahott vtsli. holiday with his mother wat Mr. %J ol Buffalo. New York whe
To Further Studies Gerard B. Townsend Jnr., who is arrived from Trinidad on Friday
>AN HENRY daughter a college student in Ohio. Here by B.W.I.A. plan to spend about
William Henry, for one week, he is staying; with ten days'holiday in Barbados. D'
Solicitor of Port-oi-Spnin, Trt;il her at the Marine Hotel
dad indatn Hanry, was mtransit To Join Her Husband
RS HAROLD rORDE. wife B
Forde, left yesterda
morning by the Caaoagus for Eng-
land where she will Join her hus-
taklng a post gradu-
ate course in tropical medicine at
the London Tropical School.
Mrs. Forde spent about two
months' holiday here staying with terday were Dr. and Mr*
the Doctor's parents at "Mynice L. G- W. Urieh.
of God stationed In St Kills lo Ville", River Road Their little Deputy Director of the Sanitar>
the past t>) >. -..lighter Stella. Is remaining in Services in Trinidad. Dr Urieh
yesterday morning by the I*jI> Barbad0s imIn her parent* return told Carib that he was m
o months' leave in the L.K. He
at. Lucia tomminioner j.ai(1 th.tt he hod a pleasant hoh-
LT.-COL F, M. V JAMES., dav and entoyed the cool weather
Commissioner of Police in St. and added that preparations wete
I-ucia who was on long leave 111 going on quickly for the Festival of
England, arrived here vesterday Britain. >
nuirning by the OaWta intransil
for Grcnida. He has come oui
under a new contract to taki
hargc of the Police Force In that
M"
R
Nekoti Tur .111 indellnile
He was accompanied by his win
ind two daughters and they are
guests of BaTV. .nut Mrs. J. B
Wm'er ol Wi'-nun". Kontabt-Hc
Puisne JudgeNigeria
MR I' W, KKK.rE. Puisne
Judge of Nigeria is now in
Barbados on vacation leave. He
arrived xesterday morning by the JC J(
Lady Nelaon from the USA ,yCo, 1
accompaniiii by hit vrtfa
Mr and Mrs. Heece had paid
visit to their daughter in it
C.S.A.
Mattick is a surgeon in Buffalo
and their Son Is also in the medical
profession.
Mrs. Mattick told Carib that she
was bom in Barbados but left
here at the age of sixteen This 13
icr first ilt here since then
Had Pleasant Holiday
iNTRANSIT from England to
Trinidad en the Golfito
MR. PETER CARLT0N
arrived from Canada yesterday
by T.C.A.
Loinin,, V....... Holidaying With P.rent.
R Mark Conyers. son of Mrs. A HRIVING from Canada yester.
s -^Vlay I
M
II nsir otter ...
SAUCE PANSAll Aw
BOWLS DRINKING CITS
KETTLES TEA POTS
COFFEE POTS MILK JUGS
PLATES BASINS
BREAKFAST CARRIERS COLLANDERS
CHAMBERS. Etc.
The CORNER STORE
Ue
I M l I II I
TO-IHV In nUMDAl '. Jim Ml
%
George
SANDERS
C.laila
HOLM 2o,
all about eve
This in. un. on thr Acadrmt Auard as tlir lilm of thr
year, also Georie Sandra as the nel supporting Actor.
Please NOT?'A* from rOMGIIl. IMflBI wtfl b.-
starting from B.30 Instcu! of R.45
II II \ Y
TO-DAY and lO-MOHROM 4.30 and S.15
20th Century Eox Dotlbh
Clifton WEBB and Jeanne CRA1N m
"CHEAPS* H) nn: DOZEN" ami
thru: UTTLE m fw/
with Rest SMI PON and Fred ASTA1HE
~H O V A L OLYMPIC
Last Two Shows To-day
4.30 and 8.3S
Republic Smashing Double
Roy Rogers and Dale Fv.m
THE GOLDEN STALLION
and
"DEATH VALLEY
OCT41 KillTtR
Alan (Hoekv) Lane and his
Stallion Jack BUck
Monday anly 4.10 and S.3S
First Inst. Republic Serial
"BTJfStl OF TEXAS
RAM.I t:-
and Picture
sill Kill ol ltl( H1TA"
?oth Oantury Fox Double
Richard WIDMARK and
Lindj DARNELL in .
SO mi 01 T"
AND
EMDtt w> sun
Wi'h John GA
. PRELLX
NO WAV Ol T
\t.i lalaaMl lor tliildren
ames expects to laaVS
for Grenada by B.W.I A. to-day.
He Is staying at the Ocean View
Hotel
From Winnipeg
COL RICHARD DENISON.
O BE President and
General Manager of Smith Fes
and Denison Ltd., General Insur-
ance Brokers of Winnipeg;, and
Mis. Denison who had been holi-
da) nig. in Barbados since March
3rd. lett veMerday morning by
T.C A lor Trinidad,
Tnev were staying at the
HnMings Hotel.
C. G. Conyers of Barbados J *-day by T.C A to spend a hoh-
and the late Mr. Lionel Conyers day with his parents was Mr, Peter
of British Guiana is to be married Carlyon who is with Barclay,
on April 28lh to Miss Daphne Lark, Canada in Montreal. His
Huggins. daughter of Mr. and parents Capt. and Mrs. T. C. W.
Mrs. A. P Hugglns and grand- carlyon were at Seawell to meet
daughter of the late Sir George him. and Peter is staying with
and I.ady Huggins them at "Fcmhaw", Wilriv Height*.
The ceremony will be perform- ctapham
ed at St. Patrick** Church. Port
of Span,, and the reception .s to n route To England
be he d a, the home of the br.de HIg WAy ,., ^ ^
<;Wrf I/Ufa ^ G^ogne U Rev. Fr. H
anort Vl0lt Pendleburv. S J He ii on long
TLMR RAYMOND HOE of CD. leave from British Guiana Sev-
1T1 nnd W. left yesterday by eral years in: Fi PattsUataUTT wai
B.W.I A. on a short visit to St. in charge of the Catholic Presby-
Lucia. teiy here.
BY THE WAY...
WHY do we hear n,o more
of the film about cricket
which the British Council were
going to sponsor? I expect the
hve interest ls the difficulty.
You could hardly expect the
Albanians So accept a film with
nothing but cricket in it. On the
other hand, one does not want
them to get a wrong idea of the
place of cricket in our national
life. Bold-eye gipsy girls in the
Pavilion, slitting bats with dag-
gers, and whirling taxing players
into a mud dance, while the
umpires wail like saddened oxen
for the game to continue? No.
Rather not. What?
JubI a lonrsomr Rajah
WHEN word wa brought to
Mrs Fwkck Pnckburne at
Minnow Grange th.u the Rajah of
"** iphappipatam'* car had broken
down outside her gate*, and that
the Rajah would be glad of tea, the
handsome widow sent to fetch him
The Rajah entered, said. "Salami,
Memsahib," and kissed her band
with a smack like a wet halibut
thrown on a fishmonger's slab.
"Tea or whiskey? she asked, in
a considerable flutter. "Whiskey
every time," responded the turban.
ed ruler of millions. "Has anyone,'1
he asked, as he crowded her into
a corner of the divan, "has anyone
ever told you that your eyes are
like the Irrawaddy under a harvest
moon?" "Shall I ring for the
whiskey? '' she .(sked. "No," eried
the Rajah, flinging lug lurtnan
away. "Let It come of its own ac-
cord.'' "Why, you're white! aX-
claimed the widow. "Emotion,"
replied the Rajah. "As soon ai I
saw you I paled iKMicilh my tan."
"Hullo, who's this-" Inquired a
By HI \i m 1 imHI 1;
cultured voice, as the widow I
brother entered the room. "Just B
lonesome Rajah." answered Fuul-
enough. edging away from the
lady.
(hi-rhivirtl in a Tram
Do y you go to my head like
champagne."
"Then buy me a twopenny
ticket, honey."
Prrhap* not
"TM1E plea that women should
M. stiirt at once to make their
hair less dull, in preparation fur
the Festival, is one that deserve
comment. Whv not confront the
tounsts with 200.000 bathing
belles, arranged in the shape of
11 Union Jack on Sahsi>
ad cv-tv girl having red. white,
and blue halrT I*'1 MU) .1 Bgf-

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I'M.I I Mil I
Gardening Hints For Amateurs
llir fliiiril. 11 In \|nil
Fruil Tree*Zinnia Time
BeaumsmlM Vine
BARBADOS with U shallow
soil and dry climate is not noted
as u good fruit crowing island
Yet home holders could I
of locally Broun Iniii, fag planting
i around their
hornet
To every houae-owner. a cer-
tain number of fruit ;ree In gar-
dm. or plot, -hould be a "MM",
Mid if these trees were planted ZINNIAS
April || th* month
inc tree well r anured and well
uatcred. and fo the best re-ulls.
> n Boo advises pruning
tWtM year.
.ui nf the Fig-tree is
d who* ripe il ntrM I
purplish hue. nd U soft and
'' i
be Mewed wh*-n green, or eaten
cold from *he rrlfldoire when
rip* BlttMl
:rce is grown v< I
ilimg
FARM \NB
GARDEIS
By AGRICOLA
The Green Dolphin Woman
Fulfils An Ambition
She Gives \ New
Look To Tlii' Old.
Old Stor>

WEEDS
that the eighth art has been
ilatl
the rcVard when they start
bear, would Mpptj repay the
Initial troubte In Bt Ritt
hoosamh ttaarapa-vtM wTj aoi
Bai bwtai
It is possible
FOR s year, every night be-
tween tea and upirt -time. Miss
'"" Man
200 and 9M CvMaaji mHtrii
near pBigntc.ii uu nb_. .
I weed is Behind her was the great n< i *m the United States, It Is tlmi
l s**g M cive sinee plants are often M ,,*,, 0f her novel Oreeii to examine the various academli
useful in one way and harmful in Dolafe winner of a approach** being practiced. Th.
id.other A simple but inc..mplete Hnllvwoori 3iH no award and iu. laSfl v hich this teacher ha
description is a plant out of place ,turv ot tno lrn ftllh ,., bee: asked most consistently gtno
Sweater Girl. Lara Turner. l*3f\ when instruction was intro
Before was a different purpose, du.td at New York University. Is
a 20-year amir .. a "Ho*; do you laaen motion pic-
almple. humble, ttltul **<*'"
life of PhH*t Because the motion picture b
>n medium there art as many ..ngle,
-liecial
Motion Pictures Are Tuiiglil
In American Colleges
ffl peaSaBM pasMa* r*"" taxed the neophyte Uraetl
'"> "'*" pcrhapi. than In Ifaa In
of any curriculum of an
simpler art form Man>
Ihe call <>( the I
but all too few feel tin
The darlt
motion pictures necessitates the
I at an increastim (| ,opm.,nl )lf n original pat-
olleges and umversl- lptn of MrXhvUl .
demanded an OfthaMX
unit, ui time, place. and action.
which the Shakespearean drama
violated in raapofaM to HI *.] "'
... UK yzi: r --*"-- m, coiuciousneas of new and pei
T"* &"*KJ*gX*!USiPS: "ally.,.! horizon. Th. *>
D W Orimih motion picture
ft) RORFRT GESSNER
ir.i rn.s< in arvww
From a practical standpoint,
weed may be regarded aa any
plant which interferes art** U
that some growth of the crop H
garden books advise planting outttvatad plot aacdl This may seem i'lily devoted. Again, any injun-
tjUi'r curly as they are generally c us, troublesome or unslghm
: It is not too earlv however to tivelv bo might be called a weed.
T' M '' V '"' S0"- n,.. a .url ,n Win, eds, and
rtnmon E*p.rlmcn!al R!.r.. ,c zlnU bM, Ro. WwJ, l.il into ikm
i
ftar DavoB hamlet.
inwW n ,iesu involved. There is the
Men today In "God i>. I Ul-auHl approach, using mo-
World." lion plot urea as communication.
It fulfills one of > i. ch :- :ie province i>f the peda
need be at a loss ,iS to how to deal
with the treei of his o)
And befon> embarking 00 (mil
growing, it would be i

OUt the i
of the diffeiein
ill PLENTY OF WATER.
i'nd mature seeds the i;i
biennials which mature l!m
.OWKKINli VINES '"' second ycr. urul
-; Bea,,Hn,lia (Cr-ndiflora. or J
Trumpet rrtmer odapLdions of thj root ayttatn
The neaiinrntia. or Trumpet- ,,*, IIK 5lnrage organs or root-
I It is often called. U a Btocks. This classification B)
very slow growing heavy vine hove |,ttie aigniflcance to the Or
trees have a long tap-root which which needs a Urge expanse of Mi(,r ot girdener who
goe*. itraight n trees wall on wtrlch to grow If the vine thinks of weeds as atthor I
require a great depth .-eldom found 1:1 this iland tree, but this is not so desirable. t(1 ihose which persist in spite ot 0IU*1 : Fulton
to grow orange-, grape-. Tha llowcrs are very beautiful, pit HTorts to eradicate -.hen
fruit, Shaddock, Lime etc. it Is being trumpet shaped, and puie vlt Rras*. devil'* grass and pond
_ ..iffocated a* the prr-EUzn
bethan tableaux, but l".i imtii U<
Ihe revolt against the stricture
of a theatre which he lovskd in r.
spouse to a twentieth OMtUI |
sense of lime and space In .1 SfU
the necessity of our llH
mother a| |M fl
invention mui devasoi
which render it eapagle. more th.
For instance all Citrus fruit-
implied it. aho film on geography, for instance.
1 wished I could haw mlgM assist or supplant his lec-
:o d.- it' tine Then there is the motion
picture in culture where with
OTHERS have tackled the sanv I profctor th* sociologitt
1 was no Bur- V(llni rjnallv. comes the con-
Rulemaker, no Account- ^dantaon oil
Mr*a "Tha induflry, which is the'domain of
Told." as lhl pcnnomist. the engineer, the
an American ;,c .mutant, and the professor of
projecting the apsjad ind subtle-
ness of our age The m.
lure Is a lime-sp->
"Birth of Nation" still teach*
,i- more about the [Ml nl UM
American War Batwaan the States
than any other arork <'l art. anu
"lnloleranre" romnlns ahead of
its time, an enllnisi.^tie advocate
for the United Nations. And the
BSrtfU vp
11 the t'nui-.i States UbtOT] 1 I
1 "'"
generally fotnd nooaagary to bias', while. But, do nut despair if your grata, ihe root ayrtami ,.f wMeh "' '"" ! They, however, are not
a hole to the required depth. To lleaumontia vine does not flower Pte ^peci'ill* adapted for survival; Tt> suc,, company Miss Goudge earned with celluloid, but with
neglaet to do this, and to plant a for some lime, as these vines are while the "latter class would In- dors not belong. Her book is figures and tabulations and cost-
i.-e in Shallow oil. would ofun two to three years old beforo elude Ihe pigweeds and others 1 I "Tth" 'Hy Intense, aoountil
only result in failure. tx-gln to flower.
Hut. it is not every fruit-1 rev montia cannot, like
elude the pigweMs and others 1
The Beau- a similar nature which i;row Old'
lany of from seeds and not from pieces of
root, nodes of the stem, bulbs, etc..
us in the case of the former group
Sometif
> is js pi ettilv

iated I
rlj cleaned and selected; farm imaginut
that requires this depth of soil. <"ir dowering vines he left to its
for many have spreading roots' own devices, but must be planted
and can be planted in a reasonably in good rich soil, and given regu-
deep hole. Many of the ."mailer lai manuring and watering if the
can be planb" 1 idd are to be obtained.
,i now it. 'I ne lluweiing period runs from
appearance Such |0M \j.ni the vine, if
Till: FIG tfl "I health, becomes eov- namire and com pu*; wtwro CM0 .,. and p
grows into a small spreading tree ered in large trumpet shaped pure
1 ably suited ti any garden, white flowers for two to three
It can be grown in its natural week*.
form as a tree, or it can be trained Beaumonlia is propagated by
to grow flnl against a wall, but it cuttings,
must Itc in a sunny position. Have you any Gardening qucs-
Tin- 1 :i alkaline turns you would like anawtrod or
ittteh means a soil with the any garden information that would
I 1 addition of lime. But do l-e oi mtcrri to OBgf Gardeners
lint add lime ami mtfMM Bl the to pan on?
same time, as one counteracts thn H... > DthaP. Add the lime on t"p of tha cutting! poll would liko to M-
!oil aftei- filling in the hole for change'.'
he Flf-tree wiun the Pli makej Wrtta to: GAHDENING"
a *trt and shows healthy growth, (\ 0 The "Advix'ate"
then manure with V '; M Keep and watch this Column for a replv.
In an Ideal curriculum all fpur
approachesas art. as visual aids.
., soiio-anthroi->k>gical material,
UZABatTR GOUDGE sees .^ ,s industry-should be co-
Jesus as *'a wonderful elder ordinated so toat each one sup-
Among the more tmpoitant brother to all young child- en. :ihle plements 11 study of the other
thods by which weeds are dis- lo turn his cirpentcr' kill I UHI thira. Acluavement of ideals
PnMbb noothet art suffer
much from analytical conf
the chaos that accompanies the
absence of tested criteria, as the
motion picture There la un aca-
demic need (of a cl.s-itlratljn of
types and forms
The pedagogical approach, as in
comparable field*. Is either pure
academic or functional, often
ailed ambiguously "WOrkshOf]
ich WSjOdl are dis- turn 11 Kill lo UW thiee. Acluavement oi ideals in traditional
crop seeo Improp- . .(d his aitlsfs adoeationalipwcl;.ro ^.AffSS; and has the dubious advantage of I
the fashd
ng of a- anvone who has felt the heavy
When the hand ol preceding prerogatives
has not been taken to aerapa. eaO tr tif ^. hut the perfwt eiirri-
ba|e bearing seed* or plant parts n.- known eggflllir tulum should be Ihe goal ut a
likely to survive: Irrigation and hat to do." comprehensive hool Q/_lhe_n';
run-ofT water: wind t
tion; animals; spec
of Ihe plant for seed dispersal, daring horseman He rode inlo
Forms and gardens soon become Jerusalem not on gentle white
niWted from waste places, ld- donkcv bu, ,. r. Un addled. B^JKP""0I l*Jd In 1 foui-vei
unbroken Syrian atas. mrrieulum with emphasis on the
,,d Irarurporta- ruu ,K)rn lcldcr two dijmlin:WT
on .. -most s '''''.'J:!;^! Au
New York City a Depart-
and L-
not having to pi m
inrnt The pure MadOmlClan I
with motion picture'
onh afei tin* have reacnad lh<
ereen. an academic atttttad* a In. Ji
at the borbonne, famous univOr*-
ily in France, is call.
psychology M UM
which
1 no B**d
M
Divinity
Ooudfa,
i
r Motion llctures was in- g^jgg^ "Ul
auiJrated in I94J. CaTortng _~
Thr practical npproa
irlotis as the background at U I

glil
JttUB lines
DBM o.ininand of The
Latin sod I innocc
Mirv. In mother, must have) lion pi
ii nn br,'M ""''ve tinned and slander, older
I-'...........----------7------r \ .^" l .III'',I' .1- .ill- IMI-Kii"...... -
daughter or a iheon and pi act lee. both ansly- |n^rilfIOra, but these ft)
iuggesls that tieal and creative, of motion pic- mny lH< r,^,,,,.,! to four groups
Cookery Corner
Croquettes l)e Beeuf
.. th '.n I
mind and body
1 Joseph at 14.
OSkaga constantly
.tir'l
,.1. I
Tllf KNIP Sfill ': (OUT people
and gies well with anything that
may Latioa
Soup St. Gerniiiin
I eup canned peas
1 teaspoon of sugar
I cup water
I cup milk
1 thin slice onion
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon lornsiarch
Salt, pepper
Sprig of parsley-
Add sugar and
water lo pca^ with
seasoniiiK'S. an
mer for 3n
Rub through sieve, re
heat, and thicken with
butter and cornstnrch
cooked together. Scald
milk with onl
move the onion, and
add the milk to the

son. Serve wit' 1 1
tons.
If you wish to make a
soup, omit butter and
starch and thicken by
ring in one egg yolk,
ly beaten with half cup
cream.
., dish that can be easily
prepared and very lasty.
1-lb. raw Beef finely chopped
li cup stale bread crumbs
1 egg. slightly beaten
Sale fc pepper
FOW crains nutmeg
\ little cooking oil or pork ft
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons flour
2 small cups of brown stock
Mix nmt, bread crumbs, egg,
salt, pepper and nut -
meg. Make into balls,
using as little pressure
as possible. Cover, let
it stand for an hour.
olid brown in the oil
M i>ik fat. Melt the
hutter. add the flour
and stir until well
aides and vacant patch
harbour weeds. There 11
to elaborate on weeds as enemies
of the cultivator but mt
mention a lew diicel way in
which they cause serious lots:
compete with cultivated plants for
available mitrnts: act
sites when actually growing on
other plants, eg. love vine; shade
r n: I take up valuable space,
harbour plant pesls and diseases;
mav be poisonous to livestock The 'ouoge
prmclpol indirect !oat i- c^e of "' ; *
' Ime spent on their ^gtrotaUirough the Holy Und
Thus. "TJiey watched and waited
with lhut dreadful patience of
While much can be said oRamst afkkorirMH that i. like the pal-
weeds, thev may baVt something ienee of a cat at innusehole."
to their credit: they may acl as And. "He faced hatred as a white _.
soil indicators since ceilaiii weed* stag faces the hounds loiOwlgdg* of architecture, but an 'fT,e or,-,fi instructor is linuled
show when acidity is present and Ttie Author tries to explain atvhilociurt which serves con- unless he relates photography lo
others like leguminous weeds what has so often puled church ttnuhv. not permanence, the flow literary '>d diamatlc content The
when lirne is present; some indi- people whal she calls "Jesus'a of action, not the static reservat on mechanics of Ihe-amor... of ligl.t-
eate bad drainage conditions run answer" to his mother at the of boundary lines;. ThO^moving ,ng. ,,f cutting are .
while others are associated with wadding
poor or Infertile soil; certain nave I to do with thee T" Sl'
eeds have medicinal properties, she suggests that it was caused
money and
removal.
tend
stance.
the oi
ists. s.
J Fl
SOIO' '
aeuh
art.
abject Is not so new as the
'. might suppose. The mo-
'ure, derived in part from
ms. s\nlhe*iies and ex-
hctr uses. How, for In-
can a (Indent appreciate
rial camera of the art-
,ei F.isensteln and Hoberl
"erty. without knowing
ng about painting and
spring-boards for
fluid comtK.sltion affecting line.
aaere. mass, and light in motion.'
A f ill appreciation of the scenic
designs of a director as various as
Cacd B. 'le Mille is aided by some
kw*iei:c of architecture, but
literary, theatrical. Otaff,
cinematic. The time-space narra-
tive freedom y. the novel fs clOS-
Ml of all to the non-visual quallt]
Of motion picture*, which explains
whv novels from -Con.' With the.
Wind" to "The laist Weekend",
make the best adaptation. Tin
teacher of drama who enters Ibe
Held bai the theatrical advantage-'
of the dramaWation of plot and'
. haractcr, 'lie Btountlng uf a pro-.
duct ion. the roles of acton B< -
cause of tbege nialltles a power-
ful play like The Hen,-
strong drama on the sen*en.
while some again may ha
food value similar lo that of cul-
tivated garden spinach.
condition* cur ..rat the of boundary lines' """
?a iffgsxittfyiL SMSTftttrsr- .....-
....jch t-. dance, or choreogrsphy, justed as an elocution llutructoi
in that the movements of action. [ dramatic arts It Is valuable
rs, place, and camera are fr ini. architect to know pi
coordinated in a new aesthetic ing an(| COrpenlry. but floors ami
pTOfeendft Music, such asjhe bathrooms do not make a (mildim-
by 1
Weed ci.itrol piays an import-
am purt in efficient soil manage-
ment. In general. It should be
remembered that weedB have been
fought against so much they have
hurry
dip (.f mgmorj on st John's
gild lhat possibly what
'Mother, don't
; wait a moment." [1 n,Tnnrl Hermann score In "CHI- portrait of Jenn
guessbut a guess
eagerly seize.
hat many M KBne". becomes supplement- munllcs others, is ,m g) in pfe
1JLT this author h,,s the power
write tccnes. She can make you
gag courtyard or trial chamber.
blended. Add developed ways and means of
stock gradually, while v Vfli whicn often baflle both
stirring constantly. ^r^er and g^uw,. TaM, In MJoW>a>l, IU smell
Bring to boiling point. oddlllon to ihe special adapta-
tions previously relerred to. weed "*
seeds can remain dormant (or
long penols and II may be often
surprising lo keen gardeners that
the more the soil is cultivated the
more weeds seem to appear. This
is because dormant seeds contin
wjth nit, pep-
per, and add the balls.
Cover and let it sim
1 ihor ngf fOC I '7 hours To make the
1 M 11 brown Stock use beef or vegetable
stir- extracts, dissolved in hot waUr.
slight-
heavy
n opera that is independ-
ently uramatic. not tonal lllustra-
iinns The drama of Sir l^nwrence
Olivier*! "Hamlet" escapes the
tioards. soars both inward when
the balcony is brought to the ..
apron, and outward when UM Mir(- ,.f Si.-i
. ., ,ts ore sailed through the writer1)
cp#o*
Th* rectory druwing-ronm cosl-
disQppi'iii. uudii the biasi-
ng chill of the arrest, the "trial,"
the howling mob.
Here Use ariUruj ,- big. with
the sinister glow of Mnntegna s lrue nfflnltive ijalfhrothec. In
iane" painting. Hero n\m Hke "Wutherlng Heights" is
the great trsgedy comes in so given the cres and ears lo see and
to germinate when the soil is sharply you wince as you read it hear the story in addition to Un-
stirred and rendered favourable to all again.--LE.fi. aginlng it
siowth Never let Ihem go to *ryi..a- s. a.aa.r a awaikwn The challenge Inherent In lhl
Led. ""
acuous virtuosity
The cinematic ip) 1
combinoi erofl adth U1 thoath
and literature, but eraab
late whole an indigenous niitlior-
ity, n rarity such as "The I'm
Mndrc AlthoiiKh
ersonal exper
the wings into the fresh breath- favours this combination" of
nature, or to an indoor cinematic and the academic, Ibei
.niethei tUM and place obvioualy no exclusive path t.
Fit.;dlyu litsraHire.^probably^ the the motion picture classroom
no othei Held can theory mill |i
rdinatnai and exploration ha:
tlee lead to
tore. BM at .
from which
view. After
I.II, .i..i!i.r
some of the
alven-
time when (tie shore
V* embark is >.till 111
all. the motion pn -
of tomorrow are in
classr-ims of UxiaV
among
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SLNDAV ADVOCATE
>-l MiAV. APRIL 1. 1951
S5^SS?3^=r?:-r*::K:::?:=:-^S^2se?
The tread rubber h tough.
OK ihockpfOMIiaf thanevei
before.
Wider, tlalter tread area grip-
mart road lr .
and wear* mure lwjy.
The aBB*XO**d All-Weather
Headmih m
Notches ft: qua
Mopireset* ei.ry g|
..I .kid tin.'ughoui iht tyre
longer liic.
Kandiome buttressed *idi
walls provide protection f
kerb damage, and mat
cornering Meadicr than youv
ever known.
INSIST ON GQQD1LAR JUUS
GOODYEAR
THE LONG-LIFE H AR DEST-WE ARiNG TYRE
ITV : - '-: I -i F \\.\ : CO ] IT-
W.I. Crick.I PilUk Kegrvt Dlj\ In
Yiir.oiiii. in-: \\ .1. IVaui For Australia
Local \ if mi lies To Get First
Root (.hance
itv a 8. COPPI\
PI
Board of Control has thia
augu.t ejected lo more .,:>< "ii-
tiian tlir present time over their failure lo
em*n( with regard lu Ihe s*iec-
: lour Australia later
1 learnt from official sources during m\ |
_ that at Ural II *M ' the Australian
Grfcket i ..'lion of a seventeenth
. ..hi th.it was delaying the amit>tinccme,iil.
WUKRE1.L AND RAMADIIIN
EFORE I left I was informed
lhat tual
nts remained lo be
i H
ha Hoard
.......
the no
nnol Ix- ignored. If we
thai the We5l Indies Cric-
I
moults m conti
w< rrall and Hama-
dhlfl hut that they have ulreari\
had Everton Weekes and (ly.u-
Walcott sign on Ihe doited line.
.hi unpar-
< Mil.
PROFESSIONALS AS A
THOU
MY oxpt' i ting with
ui with Aus-
tralian amateurs Is that UN con-
trolling foody negotiated with
professionals as a body and arrive
.i- cartaln Bgurc '<> tM paid all
Wiifo regard to tha Australian]
the same bonus was budgeted for
Nail H.n vev oa ihe lent Auatra-
i tint tor
I'on Rradman.
ii it |i true thai tht Weal IihUm Cricket Board "f Control delo-
Ltleg tn Individual! to bargain with tha pro-
then they have created tttuaUon from whi<
Sixth Kegatta
Called Off

t.-wuitafde *i>r y.irht raring and
aft. i Fantasy
f'eU- the
fi| lap. t<> cell <>ft Ihe Sixth Re-
Bd waa very light and
the sea smooth. On many occa-
sions the boal ran into calms. The
i irt of the race
Fantasy, which BBVO HI
H<> auntttaa. Wltard lour.'
Ranser two ami r"llrt one minute,
overtook them all The Tornado
Vamoaae gave Magwhi i
utes and also overlook her with
Trie Sixth Regatta will now be
.ailed on Saturday. April 14 and
the handicaps will be the same
Savannah Club
Tennis Results
M1XBD DOIIIIJ* HANDICAP
Mr *> M n ii-r.rolt 3
I .1 lo HIM Eileen Bower. r. W
Mlf f WUXm

"Fl\ing Ann" W ins
Easlir I I.iikIh up
At Easter Meet
POHT-OF si AJN, M
racing wan highlighteo

Part
' paaiiHa: i
i vios PAM m won sr
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rsrvewi allAS
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rr.VING ANN ins worship hi nani
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narga wlthotil "losing face".
i
NUT DM; AT A TIMrl
IT prould hardly be placing the game if llu-y obtained the services
professional for a sum which they considered economic and
than hope to hold this out i tha other professionals as a whip to force
tru-in lu siKn for a similar sum.
In uM Brit DUKO, I would consider such tactics as "Uncncket" II
I am allowad t" eoln I tarnt, and 1 would also dub them a noi cairn
. I* In the best inleresU of West Indies cricket.
I cotMader tti.it the i rx \,\,\ \<- treated as an imporlanl
'U partmant of the team and should have liccn approached on a general
r.csslike level.
1 i< i" : 'i-if.-- . t ..n irriUitinp fact that Ihe
1.1 of the West Indies Cricket Board tl Control, Mr. Karl
arho visltad bsgland and wHneaaad the West indies tour there
la t real and waa granted in twnorarlUTii of ESAO apparently for ihe
i tftit ni his Inaptaing praaance, is due tt> tour Australia artlh
ihf loam.
WHY ANOTHER TOl'R
IT HAS BXBN suggested in some quarters that the fact that some
silly ! i AxthlU M.nh-y Ml the colour question Is suftl- i
ent excuse for ihe President to be aenl at the expense of the Board .
; to smooth over nnv awkward matters that miilht arise in this ewi- ;
"""""
Takan .is a whole, the West Indies Cricket Board seems to be I
dominated by Mi. Karl Nunaa, tha anojrt unsuccessful West intiio" I
Oaptaln avoi to land .1 bwn nrotn the West Indies to Eni;Uind. For ]
ma no* II has bean fell, and I share those views, thai his
attitude i h the West Indies' cricket public is that of a ,
I sehoolmasler to children
What. rurwer to ihe present delay, I maintain thai
the We.i indies' cricket pubek are entitled to better treatment and
I! ii. Mr. Karl Nunes and his friends should be told
ii oeceeaito be deprived of office.
AQUATICS ARK IMPORTANT
TDK Barbados Amateur Water Polo and Swimming Association pla-
to begin their IBS I league wason in early June. i.e. ifter the
foothall season is over This is a good plan as many of the sportm>:
public wrx i d in tootbell fere also Intoreeusd In w.iter Pole.,
Seven, perhi nrttl be entering the league and an
ily good season is anticinated
Harril .....itering a school team.
Several UtdlvMual clubs hnve suffered losses of their members i
who are Harrison College boys, for they will now be representing then
school, hut these boya will re)oin their clubs as soon as they leave [

Having a school like Harrison College in the league is a natural
Obtaining and training young talent, who when thc> have
m hool will already be experienced players.
Three, possibly four ladles learns will be entering the ladles league, '
which will beiin at the same lime as Ihe men's league This rpeaks
well for I.., ni (ratal p<.lo. as this is the lirsl year that the ladles will
'i playing league a/atei polo.
The whole question of Aquatics i* to undergo a change thii year
and the Barbados Aquatic Club where the sports take place havr told
i thai they are willing to co-operate whole-heartedly in
.he matter.
nan x
at in ii>n i i *' *
aiOnmitaini 2. rianaan 1.
ClfaM I
LEAOI'E
Alan vnia I, shi'tli*ltl Wln-da> l-
I -|...... .1 SI., i ll>
annoa (raaasi
Aihicii. o. poetai
nity fl. Middlrsbraush t.
, ,N. w. : Ul H-O 1.
LlyriiHfVl 1. HiMtUit-BrWI Town 4.
Maiiaaaaler United a. Chaliaa I.
sutianlarul 0. Aiwnal S
3. Evert on 0.
v. nion Wandeivit S, Burnley
i.tAOt r. s aoi in* as
AldemhtH I, W-thud I
frithUm and Hove 1. Teddtn* 1.
rwleh t.-ii I
. t-.inert I. Laylofi
Crnul 1'jluc 0. I'i-. tnryia I
. Hmitlieiul I'nilert I.
' i. fn-n u. Ifciitriieiiiotilli I.
garter
Carries Park Wins
Lincolnshire Handicap
LINCOLN. March 31.
Park to-day won the
Liiiiolnshire Handicap. II -
race nf the K11..I1 .h Mat rat
M-asi.n. Newtati Heatii was .f.ni..
With sueatly third over the one
mile rour.i'. The liist three were
all OUtakiaTS at 33 to 1. 40 to 1 and
6fi to 1 respectively.
The French favourite Astro-
Comte De Cham-
bure never chellorjand, Barnes
I' !! 1. '.
by half a length with two length
lamenting the aacnnd and third.
HM1
I
I t. illliallal
Sv.t........ Town I, ^ .
1 .i. d ? Millwall 1.
i i \r.i i |
UI*Un" Rsvm-j o. NulU Cuniv ii.
T..v.n I
j'.am City

j CareiH Cli
gO .'i. i-i |ji-. i
ana Pain hint-
-
i.....Irj 'Uy 1.
Wt mi. i Ui !. llai i i i
IIU.II SIIK I III IS
Iliwlln!^ CM* 7. Acerlnarlail
..... i Traaawra *.,'-
I S. Yrh City 4
BEWARE
the trap
by M. HARRISON-GRAY
rjpllE choice between the
| of opener** suit
I 'he temporising taite-
H suit is olten
The general
rule it as follows:
Dan
WrMham
Town
1
. i". Hawa-
ii Manl.ilil Town I.
United
On tied 1
l.twoln Clly J. Oldham AH '
NSW llrlBMo"
R.riHlale I 0*410 BeM I
Bhrewmburv Town I nr.df. ,1 n
-< til il-ll I 1 .....I
<>- AOiletir I. Dundee United
Fmfjr Ai' led 1
Queen ni i
Standard Canasta
FIGHTING FOR TIE
BISCAKD PILE
Br M HAKKISON GKAY
I i ultuaUon
* po.icyt..
lice.;* tin park Trie
I'ivc nirl.in with-
FOR TME FOrhOlVIM:-
AUST1N 7 HP., 8 HP, 10 HP. 12 HP.
FIAT 500
FORD 8 H.P. & 10 IIP.
FORD V 8 CARS
FORD V 8 TRUCKS
FORD V 8 THAMES TRUCK
IIILLMAN 10 II I'
MORRIS 8 H.P. & 10 H.P.
SINGER 9 HP. & 10 H.P.
STANDARD 8 IIP.. 9 H.P., 14 H.P.
VAUXHALL 10 IIP., 12 HP., 14 H.P.
BEDFORD TRUCKS
Ska
C.rAERATOR ARMATURES
FOR POPULAR MODELS
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
li.A.F.A. Council Meets Today
'-pllK Council 1 bados Pit", t'luli Headquarters at Higmnson l>ane to discuss
ul conditions submitted b) the Pickwick Cricket Club to the
It A F A with retards to ihe staging of the 1951 football season at
Kensington
FHOSFERINE
for youthful
vigour!
Lack of viulitv is a famili-r lympiom
c-Jay. Nothing really wrung, p.-ople
feel, but limply that th--y have lott their
normal happy tenor of life. Tluir
reserves are K>w. Their i. .
vanished. They need _
s ionic. II das) i, y
your caseMan takitig ,"T^, %
I'HOSlRRINRloraday \i.\\
PHOSFER1NE begins its
g\xsj work by reviving the
apperite. This, in turn,
suns a whole sequence of
bcncfiti. A good digestion
waits on appetite. Good
digestion conches the
bloodstream, feeds tha
nerves, builds up strength
and energy. Try
PHOSFERINB today
for buoyancy! resilience,
confidence, to drops of
PHOSFERINB equal %
Tablets.
THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS
for Oepraiiion. Debility. tndifadJon, Siplaaanatt, i
oftw InfliMnio.
lakiiiq
.ii-
ar.ii your
- .
ui toe aame (1ru. yaur opponents meld
i Hie imrn al this
"*." I ni breath
I i pa a Mum., *hlt-h r
i* rour partner win na*a a
building up the
( mi.t o* taSinc ''*
t lie while thraa
ailnble
... ion wtu
not be eotm a B"-t deal o:
B -AV.h u up vpnr
w 4, i.,
in.i1 .1 Car* aia

I
-nou'it

I HI i
FOUraall with Uie
tiart a-aa
i
> be eon-
i .
I i iniriier the

'.in : ii md the
to which
I no bj in ....,[ nils
D Oreikini
n.....i partner suit
WSJ ihree Irutnjn
il lUaraatles i.ld r
iieailahle Hut prefef Ihe
umich luriifs Hie
R m i. if a bid
' Is upl lo u>orfc
bi a (rap.
i. hand:
*tiei* *t,,,<- ?7a-
II North opena Oat Spade and
l i-t iiie:venea /Ufa I
Uiamonda. a old of Two Heart*
West may auppo.i
Il and NoiUi. with |
ii Opening, may p n-
not strong enough to bid
Three Spades, which virtually
la North to bid game.
The trap U avoided by bidding
Two Spiide* ^n the r*t round
and Thiee Heart* on the second
tderrby luagcatiriK three-eard
Spaee mpoort jnd lengin in
rli'iite. south'! strength u
.Jit in !;.. :i|* [|- ,|
md can now be
-I the Three level m
Spade*, il North hai n.
.aid less tijun three llearti, or In
,. \
v lour Spades
*vith a stronger hand Ihe suit
l.ke-out is usuiilly better;
iWn,,,u *'
pad* and
Baat Pauea. south with thu
I be in no difficulty.
w,1aJ*vpr. 'he iutMrquen:
bidding, if he responds with .
1
Suice fe* UITMI are attempted
In minor .nits SouUi'a ,iClion on
wing h(,nd la clearly
> J 10 S B,
4 A i 10 7.
North blda One Club and Cast
one Diamond. South
loi i lump bid in Club*.
pill ne ahould Ilrst bid One
i cheap and consti active
call ih^t will make it tan ii
'he best tin.-il cmiiraci.
whether -i be In SpadM, Heart*
i luba in No-Tnimps Bonto
l| ;->it Cub., il nece***r-
up lo UM : OB a later
round, but . direct raise to
' I'liibs ;ut* out the ex
change ol ntoriiuitlon. But
with an op ning bid of One
Spade or c . Haart, the direct
jui.i raiw would bo correct.
WORl.; PVtllGHT RKStRVKU
limfoa Crcrm Sr'w*t*.
V i
DEVON MVKKET >X INS AGAEN
Hy tVMlKII
Tod day of the Union I
Which came ..n last Monday, and the third day,
yesterday, appear lo throw up -lie colt The Jester II -
on erratic performer One of ihe leading contenders for
the crown of the thr*e- year -old classics In 1952. this big
Jamaican chestnut colt does I ao good as I
LU iUgM htm in i- aftef seeing him race last Christ-
After ihe 'ir-t day :,\ UraVsfl Park, by rearon of defeat
at the hands ol Flyaway. I thought he would have had a much more
difficult time winning Ihe Easter Guineas. Especially as Paris, who
proved capable of winning last Christmas from the D class horses.
was also in tl.c race Vrt when the Easter Guineas arrived The Jes-
ter II went to Ihe front from the beginning and a/on as lie pleased.
In the light of this when I day and heard that he
was to carry 130 lbs. against the 1> and E class horses over 7 furlongs.
' Uiotight he would wm again, if not easy, nevertheless handily. I
it.it perhaps, he was only a trifle short of work when beaten
by Flyaway on the day over B*B furlongs.
But once again the.Jesier let DM doern. On this occasion, more
so than on the first day. for he could not even manage a fourth place.
Now OH the actual weights The Jester was allowing all those who de-
feated htm yesterday many pounds in weight for age. although the
margin, on paper, appeared to be only the live, one and thirteen
pounds which he allowed respctiv. hj lo W.ivecrest and All Babo.
*Tyaway and Buddha, who finished in this order. Yet for any threc-
year-olci wno is really outstanding Ihls was mil a very saver*, handi-
cap.
Not being on the spot I cannot tell how much of The Jester's
defeat was due to his being box* ig to the commentator.
h aaaaaaal C B>"*. * w in a i
.tarled and there he remained up to the last lime I heard his name
mentioned when the held was rounding the Ural bend
stretch. Possibly his rider J. Lutchman ana Imping that ihe Front
runners would stop and that he arould gel Utrough Ln some vacated
position. But this is just what the front runners did not do and both
Wavecrest and Buddha who wen leading early, did not give up easily
when challenged. Wavecrest in the end went on to win his first race
since last year at this same fixture, while Buddha only gave In to
AH Baba and Flyaway at the last moment.
Now we shall have to wait until the final day lu see again what
The Jester II is capable of. 1 could not rule him out of the classic
DtCtUre on this score only, but it does make me skeptical aboul assess-
ing lnm as one equally as good as, or better than. Bed. Wishes.
It would also be Interesting to know il the Union Park Turf Club
contemplate making Ihe Easier <; pennanent event on then-
programme, and If so, when Ihe subset i pi urns fur entrance will be
closing in the future. Perhaps when it has heen proved to the Trinidad
authorities in a few years time, that crcoles are capable ol running
even furlongs all without having to limsh In a hack canter or even
fall down in a dead feint, they will decide lo rnaxa the Trial Stake*
in June, either the same distance or perhaps a mile. Then Ihe Derby
at ihe end of the year might i along race,
MEANWHILE returning to Wavecrest it docs appear as it he is
returning to his old ftinn. I Saturday before last,
he has run better and now with Ihis win. there is little- doubt left. It
now remains lo be mmmi if. alter an Interruption of vi many months,
he can go on In make the natural progress he should have been making
all the lime. If he does. 1 expect hue. to ! much better than he now Is.
NEXT we come to the A class iroupc. Without being on the spot I
still hold thai then must be some uMxpUined reeaon tor l"ont>
mark's defeats. I am not denying lhat Devon Market is o go
even n verv ood horse. But I cannot*believe that hi is >. much better
than a iil Footmark, no mailer how "ripping" his form may be at the
i...... moment. If he was he would not be racing in Ihe West
Indies nor would he have found any difficulty of disposing of Delhi
instead of deadheating with hirn yesterdav. Furthermore 1 cannol
fUbecribe to the view that Footmark is only a sprinter who cannot g'
-I in furlongs in mud nor a mile on any kind of going m the best
company. Bui I might be bialincd to the View thai the reports about
his bone trouble may have more U) do With it than anything I I I
Time alone will prove this true or false.
ANOTHEIt surprising result .vest.idav at Union was the form
of Delhi. An old Chilean stallion who should have seen Ihe
1 paddocks long ago. he must have been a tfoo.1 librae In his day if he
can still do things ol Ihls sort at his age l^anecleU) aftei arriving ill
Trinidad with a swollen barrel, unquestionable evidence of a long
lay off. With such sound legs, stature, and all-round good conforma-
I lion, it would be interesting, frartl a polni Ol view ol hi ceding, to llnd
out what his pedigree is like. Chilean breeding is not to be
at in the W.J. if they can produce the winner of a Santn Anita
Handicap.
I NOTICE that Princess Raaaiyva hai proved me more or less correct
in my estimate of her slamina I must also soy lhat so loo was
the gentleman who Informed me at iin- ring side in Trinidad, when
she was a two-year-old. that Shamsuildin's (Princess Kassiyya's Sire)
' get, does not develop till late. What caused me lo think he was wrong
twos the lact lhat Immediately after ihis remark Princess Raaajvva
.went out and won a five furlong race Whal I forgot was Ihe nature
ol the opposition. Looking back at those she defeated on that day
their record since then has been poor indeed.
Yesterday however, the I'i uicvss was in with 125 lbs. going a mile
and in the final stretch it was a test more of stamina than speed which
proved her better than Assurance. They ware locked together
lor almost the last two furlongs before she managed to forge ahead
only by half a length. Yet this was the same tllly who last *t
'he whole racing fraternity talking about her live furlong breezes al
exercise.
PEIUIAPS one of the most interesting features of the Union Pork
Meeiing has been the broadcast by my friend Dr. Steve Bennett.
Once a child prodigy at riding he has now blossomed out in another
I phjaTSj of racing, at which he promises lo be, if not as much of an
expert, then at least unique.
Never strong on his locts. (he frequently got Jamaican Guineas and
Derby winners mixed up as well as wrong dates for English Derby-
winners) yet he has brought to broadeasting an entertainment which
I have seldom experienced In listening to commentators from all parts
of the world. What other broadcaster, lor instance, has ever des-
cribed an event as- "one hell of a race": Or. for that malter. what
man would ever dnre to say over the air that "horses are like women
because they are hard lo get ?" Of course he might have made it
worse by adding the adjective "good" to both the nouns in that sen-
tence, which I suspect is what he really meant, although 1 know quite
a few mortals of the stronger sex who wmild not agree with what Vas
actually said.
Steve also seemed to have got the luck of the game a bit mixed up
with the scriptures when he announced that "the Lord" had smiled
on a certain owner because his horse had won. It was also verv
i-ilcresting to hear lhat a horse with lop ears looked like Clarke Gable.
Not being a woman i had ntver examined Ihe number one hunk of
masculine glamour with such precision. But I must say. in fairness
lO every horse with a Roman nose, that I disagree entirely with Steve
when he says they resemble Jimmy Durani. I have never seen any
inuxtJe like thai -Snoizle", Roman or otherwise. As the Yanks would
say: "watchit stcveV
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SUNDAY ADViM \Tt
FAOI H\r
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ttarbados Boxvrs Hay RobiilSOIl APR,L '
NO. 165
| Favourites can come unstuck I
[and here's why
Fought Well
Mr Louft Lynch Secretary o<
UM Barbados Amateur Boxin*.
Association who had been in
liin.djd acting hi Manager of the
Barbados Boxing team which tool
part in the Caribbean Box in t
.shrp- lettirned from
Trinidad yesterday by W I A
j.companied b> hi* M
Boxers from Martinique,
ligua. Grenada. British Guiana, .
Trinidad and Barbados took part
in the tournament
Trinidad's standard of boxing
was wy above any of the other
colonies The\ won >V1 ol ihe
championship, and Martinique
A Great
Fighter
IS* 1 \ Wit IN t'AlVIk
K\V YORK
The Topic
of
Last Week
hi
xi two
In
FA\til i:ui.s 1..I
win. Uh should
be.iildrrrd iio.il
Tn'f
me horse
be sept gt the 1
t ihej 1..
.
well and
n.t.
nil


1
a*trait mare alien thas, |het)
till- happen 1 ).-> the
.
nard ra

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an a mi

ilr mm 01
1
Acait-- 9

I
[!3
one
ih tarsi
ind maybe more. fuu Rob-
loson will be unbeatable b>
anybody except perhaps three
en in the entire world
Before he met and defeated
kr l-.Motta for the middle-
> '.if th*- best welterweight am
11 iddleweight In the world, bu
. be the best of the light
1 -av> weifhU and among U
Speaking of the Barbados team. I
Mr. Lynch lold the Advocate Whatevai the pUni maybe fo-
1-eroy Brown fought creditably but stobuison, d i unlikely thai he
was out-pointed by a better boaet w,l: ,>0* jnore than one Iwi
Lennox Dow-nei who went on to min.tleweights due in the lack ol
win the Championship Living- **" "' ***** division.
stone Bishop lost to an unpopular "<-' '" beat all of the light
decision to the Grenada represen- heevlea except possible champion
tative while Holder, the Barbados Jl>e> Maxim ,md probably can
inHdllcweight was deflnitelv out- I"'''1 all the heavier except
classed bj the Fiencbm-u Sinnea- homin. Eaaard Chailea and Jot

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The. Trinidad team, he said, had
ium returned bora, the South
amen oivrnpics In Buenos
Aires and were all in top form
The Barbados Team should have
returned on Wednesday but thiry
remained over for a longer stay
Tratibk
ulil give Robin
Maxim
ii ible and perhaps out point 1'
the light heavy chumpti
li a fine Uixcr. as good a lx>xct
aa Itobmion and larking only
Hobtmon* punch. Maxim
Boxing fans here would be in- |ll(w an edge of more than ||
V .1 :
W. ulr
Tlw mm


in ClkiHi.
terested to know that plans were
in the making to bring Gentle
Daniel over from Trinidad to light
Kid Ralph, sometime In May.
While in Trinidad Mr and Mr*
Lynch ware guest* at the Queen's
Park Hotel.

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Dr. Bertb Clurkr
Ilonu* On Holi DR
former
C. BERTIE' CLARKK.
West Indies spin bowl*
vent up to the "UK. with *>"". >>
19S WI. cricket tea
pound wh. h ".ouldbean advau
j
Amuiif.1 the he,-.
* aarler. surely would be able to
I-at Robinson wll
.11 d a reasonably goon punch, pllll
m rrly 30 pounds the
11 \ eight Iakii* 1 .iki da thi
.mc because of hlg puncli and
i.-i aithough h<
vii> thing el.se
Those three -Maxim, Ch.nl.
and L/hiishoaiaVtf, are the onl
.Lin weight arhd aroilli
llgiire to win from the new 1Kb
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.... rv njoni
i
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rii> tro carcti
- ban u
lliik.rd (IDniptll tl
(lordon -'-it ru. hna.
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British Boxers Get Tough
LONDON,
There were many members of
the boxing fraternity who be-
lieved that Randolph Turpin, the
British Middle-weight champion,
stood rather lens thai, no chance
at all agalnit the world champion.
"Sugar** Ray Robinson But after
seeing bun demolish Holland's
Luclen Van Dnm in 41 seconds :o
add the European till*.* 1
ours, opinions are being hastily
revised.
Rooinson has never boxed in
this country, bul he has gained a
repub tkMi hero as a killer just
On what evldanea' Ol
thfl evidence of his qul. k
ovar se\- ConUnaaigJ
iiuddle-weigbts. Van Dam was one
of them It ti.uk Robinson four
luuiuls to knock him out.
Does th.it form Know that Turpin
i'-uld beat Robinson.' I would not
.no ., ! ajti .1 prediction on that,
but the wiat men (and there ara
more of them in the boxi'n.
fraternity than In any otjiar Una <>i
I know) are now saying
that Robinson had better watch
out.
Jack Solomons, Britain's gift to
boxing, plans to stage the Robin-
snn-Turpin battle II
iintain attraction, But before
then. Turpin must meet Dave
: Australia', lor the Em-
plra UUe which Sandb took from
Turpin's brother Dick by another
first round knock-out some eigh-
teen months ago.
Sands Is another mighty hitter
if I make 1 wary itatement that
Turpin hits harder, I do So not as
t. self-styled expert but merely as
one who has watched them both
In action. I haven't the .'llghte'l
idea what It feels like -o b4 nil bj
either of them, and I nave no de-
sire to find out- I just offer the
opinion for what it is worth
Turpin hits harder than Sands
Take it or leave It.
The light between Don Cockell.
H in llght-henvyweiKht
.Hid Uoyd Marshall, the
Snicncan conqueror of men like
ill... Maxim, and other t)
i.ily art, lasted exactly
35 secondsone second for every
year of Marshall's age.
Farther down the bill
Terry RatolUla arid another acajp
fas in. baft by disposing of Scot-
land's by no means inconsiderable.
Bill Ratlray. Wntch Ratclitle he
is a future champion.
The real action of the evening.
: was provided by ('lit*
Anderson, of British Guiana, and
? Frenchman named Gusiuv l*er-
rol. Anderson drew applause witn
a clever display of bobbing and
WMVttUJ, but for all his energy
and apparent aggrcs^ivencsss. he
did not inflict much dam..
opponent.
In the last round the IVtnehnuui
came out lgbUn& a. they -ay in
bcxlng literature. His previous
efforts had consisted of UndWl
huge wailDpl some three feet m
rroni 1 r Andei wn*i m
ticns which, if they did nothing
else helped 1 1 i k*ai omt ol ttv
cigar smoke away from the ring-
side.
But this time he meant business
He not only meant it- he delivered
it A right swing (how else could
one describe if) landed on An-
dersan's jaw, and the oeaOund
boy went down The hell saved
him a couple of seconds from the
end of the round, but it was clear
that he could not have risen, any-
way. The referee declared a draw,
and in the circumstances it wai
undoubtedly the wisest deciiion.
a ho
the
turned yesterday morning by the
CieUito on his first visit since
that lime.
He was accompanied by >us
London bom wife and they will
'.lutuj; for three months'
h.,lid.i> siujing with his oarents
Mr. and Mrs C. E Clarke of
Palm Beech, HasUtuni 1
Speaking of the last visit of the
West Indies cricket team to Eng-I
land, he said that Ihe fast bowlers,1
unlike the usual We-i Indie. "'"
pacers were not the spearhead "*ffi*'
of the attack, but It was left to '>
the aptnnen Valentine and Rama- '
dhin who really took over the
mantle and did most of tat dani
age.
This is n conaiderablc trlbut
to Robinfon, deeaita the lack a
class among liL'ltl.
(.real Kibbler
II* Is one of the in ai
eg in the insfoiv of m.viii.
'nl Ing him |Knmd (or pound
I whatsoavai
I true thai most of hi- oppi
ad >! mo
juiKiung b^Vs, but his n
vlnruic wh) 1 he
mit indicate! e/bal
bt aotuaUv fj,
in ow 1 LaU 'M.i foe thu
11fht lltlo on Wc. 1...
February 14). .. I
en 'i beet i>x
He could not
nigh-
wah .
TOE- GAMBOLS
h> however ihouht that if the
Wet Indies were to win in Aus-
tralia, they must have some good
fast bowlers as It was those bowl-
ers who got the wickets in the
Tests. The spinner- bardh got
any
Re ltd that UM nailing of the
V 1
and Ut .
when he _
were something worth while
seeing.
Marshall, he said, came on vr>
well in the end and was most un-
fortunate not to have gained erec-
tion In tin'
end i.p La Mot u but in the 131b1
id UiMott.i ready tot ihci
kill u,hen il was stopped.
Ih- among the hc.st lighterdL
ln the liuaineti to day ,1 wonder
full- .il bOKOI and he can bit
With lOrtalderabll pOWei ami ha:
and all round < la
HO Is a better tighter than
i'"'y
a mat rne namng 01 me .,,..
oarfrjrSS^^wliC! (U r*'" CatntntleT. tfS Snipe.
IT' GAlftEV ivt mtiiO W HOT
GIVING THr 6M5 AWV RACING
TIPS FOR A WUJlV MOJTU
11 hut int\ed the bloeet
m it. aid he \nu\ ><
Pi tr simmon*.
That sounds like sacrilege
,-
Bid let's not forget llial
I'ltz livid aid fought .n
Asked about life In England, he wl ich has become beclouded '
said that he thoroughly enjoyed time and maybe UmQ wen.': .1
living there ar one could find so good in those days as sii|
many things to do, like going tn We an skip that, bowi .
the theatre, concerts, grid Uunfl lUel" the Ite 'eemlngly tndu-
!** Unit bitable fact that the 135-pound
While in Barbados Dr. and Mrs Robinson 1 the beat lighler of
Clarke will be celebrating their these time- and undoubtedly
Urtbdayi which take place early *wiid master all save pertain
1 Ih as well as their third Charles. Louis and Maxim He
weddtnj anniversary on April might beat them too.
** '__________ I.N.S.
This Week's Table Tennis
TDK Iniei-Club Division 2
Table Tennis games for this week
ire as follows. __
Tuesday 3rd
PoUot Vg Foundation. 6.00 pm
Lenville vs Fox, 6 00pm.
Rama vs Malvern 7.30 ,.
Y.M.P.C. vs Rvorton, 7.30 p.m
Thursday 5th
Aquatic vs Y.MCA. 6 QO p m
Hampton vs Fox, 6.00 p.m.
Police vt Y M PC 730 p.m.
Kverton n Maivein. 7.30 p.m
Sulurduy 7lh
Malvern vs Foundation, 6.00 pin
Y.MCA. vs Lenville. 7.00 p in
Hamptoa tn iiama, 7.30 pm.
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Mian
A. 3.
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B. I.
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l-.ndmark
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I'har'lte
BOver iiuilei
Slainte
Sun g.n.u
B. I
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PalMloui
tmOMO Adams
i-.n.i iceaM
IVpprr Winr
Fernet
Putt.. Way
Horl Vrlvrt
Sunny Game
Vuidima
War Lord
Yaarnean
a i.
Alx%rlor.l
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U-*tdinu Article
Nntoinli-
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Tucfcsr'a Km.
I
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Anna Ta
Arunda
Iteal Wuhrs
carniul Ann.,
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Fair Sails
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Soulhcri
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Tlbertan Lad>
War Queen
D. I.
Bon i 1
L.
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E. t.
Comet
Kendal Fort
Will u' Dm R ; .
F. I.
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First Flight
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Hi-I.n
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I nth- Date
Love Nest
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Dradcm
Flying Ami
Jewwl
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Muiisi-i
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Diana
Dudhtai
Frivolity
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lAiiki Shot
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I'Mil SIX
BUNDA1 Anvoc.VTi:
M M)\V. Vl'lill.
America's Barbadians Who
Greatest Editor Want To Go Away
IhJ TROUUE
By ALLAN NEVIN
tper* have" always pin """"* .*''
.1 and political role Mi Hale's < xcellent volume lies
do fu
::., editor. Who
< journalists essential Greelev to thai marvel
James Q>i-don Bennett. Willi-m |0us marriage of man an Samuel Howies, paper which counted for w>
. JoMPk Pulitaei in in-
H* Jmtmrs F. Hrntlivvuifhr

PARIS
SV night Sirii Mohammed Ben
team Suit.*"-
' few weeks hundrcb a revoluU * Oulcmas. or w,se
men ai d women have been pi of the island'* amble 1 u '' ** prophesied W
I tfaa Employment. pt.se into the hand* of pnuni would be rumour, of war In the
. Agamy at Queen', park with a proprietors nn.i :4"L,CBr ? \^.',h ve*r of
h vim i" etntpataU t.. the United This week, in the 24th year of
sine. s,fl,('s fur work n* fcoPW *** Aland's Salvation the leign, 20.000 bearded warnur*
^^{^What You Should Know
About Your English
And W Cars
p. me,r expeewnons w, ma.en..e. |( ^ ^ ..^^^ ^ ^ ^^^^"J
. much from tni-i volume aDout Barbados with Its large papula- Ihr poet .migration ha- been the Fubal demanding thai he should
Miipajalrm that of CH,, i Bd ,, illu| m.,nv .,lHumu (, nj. nlvatlcn of UlM Wand || k, duavow the lsliul-1. the extreme
"' I a.ivs looked forward to chances pravtdad ithM i the colony's NatranaUrt party, which was
I .,.',.. founder oi the ...- eh) icn tM c.,i-ralioii for |ta people to redundant population and ha i, aklne trouble with France, or
Nea Vert Trifcaae and .u edtf bring about nlt Tima and aea.n ffiver. .."U,,
from 1841 to 1871. had. laid, the man;indeed, one ofJhc ver> great- IKe BdVenturouB islander has park spirit and resourcefuln.-s of the Bending to their wishes, the
eat of the world? newspaper- , hij| ,runlch ,, uulu, lnlu ,. Bi-rbadian. Sultan ended his months* long
men Perhaps Mr Hale mi Ml unkn(1Wn. win, me assuraec that ,. n.u,{ w,th Francevand dlasociatcd
of Ida one-voUitic he would ^ ab,c ,hercoy lo ,,.,_ It bag been said by his critic
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or professional work i
well i
social life.
had laid th
I Americai
ImoRl:;. I uiir.ble begin
till picturesque personal jn the
ms participation in polltiral bu'sraphy. he could not cow b"ih pro^ ,ne economVc" positioni of ,*>al lhc Barbadian does not like
party affairs and large share In the luslory of the founding atid n|m -
making the Republican Party, and development of the newapap
I ideas, have aQ played a th. i. f ttl editor At any
part In forming the C.ret U i i ,te. In the pages of Hal. i-
but, above all, his sheer tde Trlbaae does not en..
Itowcr as un editor has newspaper with all the glonoul
imself and family to emigrate. The ovcrwhelmu.i-
Something like one hundred *Va* d by the history
>ears ago. Governor of the o>l- pi th* past shows Ihe contrary to
crv made the provocative stale- he the ease The Barbadian may
mem that "pestilence or emlRra- 't i < verj keen on ettllhsj par
seems to be the only a Items- n.anently outside the island, i it
Dim his imposing place in vigour which Oreeloy gave It Vr j"ive lo"Vtarvatlon in the event!"<( '
the nation's memory. Book aftei \$ ur 20 years, in one of ihe nIW Qr ^WQ ^d reasons lor the bave itum
- ara :il>out him, of whi< I es of the nation';: life. .__ _roo ,_ ,h, i,ianri *ttnct*d by
rrfaaae ke m the United 5U*r cFOu l" ,niR Uvlflll.
* ^^ *__ r^Ai*.KK*u DnBftBAAai Wa^ -ua**A 11,1-
ie. Many
tiie United StatM
high standard if
dtate i
(ireelev Voice of the PeopV
Harper and Brothers
in New York City. Is th.- latMl
perhapa, he will have
hat full-length blogrnphy. ample
in detail- and full of quotations
ttera and newspaper
writingsa generous two-volume
workwhich alone can do him
h la special studies
like .1 A Isley's book "Horace
Greeley and the Republ.-
anpaal to students and a succession
of one-volume biographies such as
Mi Hala'l taaUfy to the general '
public interest.
Hi Male's compact, swift-paced
atory r C.rcelcy's life, based
ith a'ooweT never Iwfer- Governor Rawson had nw'
, in this eounl 0t soon aftei the .holer. It Is to be rdgretted though, 11 at
.^mic ol 1854. an epidemic th..-. than I no reoiarkabje entbjlal-
|| end Oreeley was the sou) of ihe had the melancholy effect of n '" i^rmanent emigration '
New Verk TrfWne during the labouring population schemes like Vieux F<>rt and S**l-
bv thousands ram are concerned. There Ie mP"
araetey made his newspaper Thc nineteenth century had need to go into the reaaons
a great power partly by virti.e ., m _.,ril(1v ,nrICUSO of popUia. that may have made the-e
of his own gifts his passionate, ,J(pn ^^ was tQ mean lna) the M,h|1|Tir> unattractive or deaUni I
garnestness. for m defeat prohiem of equaling population to failure. It u a fact, however,
Ot victory his idealism never ...;,!.., _.____i_ _____.._ ..... ihm i- n
nagged, hb. dadlcatlon to a few
r< ..t pi lacJplea, ot which
himself from the Istlqlal.
Zoo And 40 llurses
Today the 41-year-old Sultan
his full title Is Sidi Mohamineo
\ C-liph Commander of the
Faithful, tmir of El Mounemlne
mi picking early spring
blossoms in the orchard of his
l>alare.
: tl- l..rgr white luiildlng
on the same hill as the 8uin'
orchard General Alphonse Juln
France's tough Resident-General.
, ,\-mlnina: plans to reduce
iltan's power
of slavery wai the chief;
Ins keen instinct for no* IbM
would interest the plain fanner,
tpa aountry tton ki eper, the
nf. eterh and ha ability
that the Barbadian will emigre***
any part of the world where lie
This growth of population was to can work for attractive wag .
n.i'ke the survival of the people a even though he shows a natir
A'ilhout economic opportunity, w
,. Ie get steadily wi,:-c uno woi .
*'** Tl... n.i...iHi m.miUllj.1. ------ Id
abol-
Ihorotujh study of manuscript us supply much ol lhat
\n-inted sources, has special self, and his areal
i he tJthor has digested his writing He had. M ....
. .us materials admirably, and t'" *dltor of the New Verk
ed a clear uiiierstandi.n; F.vealni Past. K. I, Godkin.
lev's outwardly simple bur wrote, "an English style which
. complex personality, and t t vaattn
has given us a weil-wntten narra and simplicity has never been
(ii.- which never for page !oses surpasee(| exce] I by Cobbett."
His knack foi nunming (William Cobbett, the
up a given situation In a few crisp centuiy British lournalist and
sentences is worthy of C.ree\ey reformer
himself. Again and again he illu- In part, Oratlcy made Ihe
man or an episode w.ih Tribune great power by enllst-
ORte mg a writing staff of unprcee-
unpublished letter of the editor' dented distinction; Charles A
"ana. Margaret Fuller. Soloir
the most familiar of stork-
founding Of Hie Tribune, for Riplev. u.d Ja
matter of considerable difhcul'
Put the conditions thus presented birth
0 t t, the courage and resourceful-
ness of the people Condition-
tnuy.h. It was not so tougli.
ln""ildmirer hoW*r, as U> kill the spirit of '
- people, but lust lough enough to
call out whal was best in them
to return to Ihe land of hi
Outlet* Closed
news hlm-
talcnt. (or
"SeolMnaii Of W.I."
The Barbadian has wllh justi
liealioii been called "The Scots-
ll. ...I.t .nnlh ,"""un OffVIl CHIH-tl 1 (l OiVI?-
,?.'ss'":',v ""'- * rat-" i" v~
It was during thi lean ,vc:
following 1930 that >ulleL<
emigration which previously
Uted became clofccd. To .idd to
difficult situation, many Barb
dlana who had emigrated t" dis-
tant lands were repatriated to their
homeland I
o)xpe> '-.i that in the*
Itances the socinl situation in
The Sultan ia>'; he would like
U live s reliring simple life. Yet
ke loves good living. There are
48 ears In in garage He has a
private zoo with lion* and ete-
ptualu. There Is a swlmmlns
pool In each of his palaeei
Fes. Marrakesh. Meknes. Rabat,
and Casablanca.
In ins stable are 40 thorough-
bred horses.
IJut the Sultan prefers to dri'
i-lmself through the streets in
Jeep. He Insists on keeping his
own household accounts and pays
lor all the bills himself
Married A Cou.iin
Mo than 250 women live in
e i : i. aa Many ore cousins and
>nls. Some are ladies of the old
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lhc virtues of hardiness. ""! *houW l** thrill, industry, and above all.
to emigrate to all part?
ol in.' world
Aftei the grim days of the last
ri> century, the people began lo be-
ravior' Oaoran "*" themaalv**, The opportunities
Pike lo ,or emigration that occurred were
example, he gives them '
The biofjaphy la particular!)
good on two aspects i
i obj* hitherto uneV.
emphasi.' neglected'
a] ideology and his pe:
. oVsmaatk life Mi Ran
right in saying that <
tandards of 1*60 Greeley"* ti'. Tribune's ragularij paid Out
ould often be considered f-[own corrorondents num-
He followed many a bered 3R When any given cause
. II o'-tlie-wisp, to he sure and W1U to be supported (and the
i nmenf with Fourlei Tribune always championed
an eighteenth century phll- M1(, cauaaal the journal could
predle*M cm wri ol ., mto action with
Utopian :..ii iv. was a rid' blazing like battlecruUar at
.-hock; bul ho. had a liealth coast. And
ittcn realiMie- atlachmcn: .,..,.
form in all its phases wh'ch m i editors,
tsecl to flghl but mdomitu-
: I .N-.
Which ha considered danger..'- to |fj rtaVg new b(->k Bl
the public interest, anil q, pronounced Ul* best of Plod
Adnit exploitation of woman and the ealaiUng blofraphlai of Gree-
Chlldrm workers, against 'i |rv work which throws new
Of alcohol, and against crooked ilRht not ,onlv upon the man but
his time, and a delightful read-
well
crtninous When then
.1 orufBn
hurbados but in vai ioi
ul the Caribbean. It beenme cTrar
to many that the absence of
emigration was & contributlnu
factor to the feeling of unrest an dbsatlsfaction.
HUB* only I few. developed unlike those of any previous ex
i-pecial departmenu and lilte-! udua. For the first lime the mass- |t was fortunate for Barbados
high plane, cs of lhc colourexl people got their *>.ut during the war the United
while pedal mi respondents < p|>oitunilies to emigrate and thev Si. -,., ,ann' lo her a I
throughcut the United states and went out to various parts of the ffarbadians were able to go a-id
rurrdahed aticles f I world, Tn*y secured positions as
type that have in.fortunately, servants in the Eastern United
almost dteanpeaic.l froi Btatea, labourers in the various
day journalism Even In 18M colonies of the Caribbean, and as
rhmiltiiral workers in Cuba. Haiti
Jjm.iua. Trinidad. British Guiana
end Central America
perhaps to he nare,.
To the astonishment of many.
Sidl Mohammed recognises only
one wife, to whom he is devoted.
She is his cousin. He married
her when he was 19
They have two sons and three
daughters. The eldest is 21 year-
old Prince Mouly Hassan, win
came to Paris to study.
There Is no rertalnty Prlnn
Mouly lUvtaii will succeed hli
father as Sultan, as the ruler Ii
chosen by Uie Oulrmaa. th. vlsl-
ers and the chorfjs (descendants
of the I'rophrO
ark in the factories of the Nonh Th*' p!c^nl Sul,tl" Vs, 'n" ttd
*"" and in the plantations of the South. *" of the former Sultan. The
"jue to tradition UlM* people arm I."''''sl. lrt" sons ha* hcvn 1,a>>,n\\
back llnanclal relief to thell needy ,.l?,1J,nP5?u.0_u* 1",,l "nsuitable"
ilatives at home
Without this outlet.
shud
u i- rnbPki. i_ji- ... v-i .v ders lo think to what flight the
It i piobibly indisputable that ^i,^ f ,h/1 .wmu^ mi.,HI
r.i.ihartlans played a not mconsld-
erfcblc part In the building of the
Panama Can.d l>uiii|g th'
In the ti
til Hal
Sato the hou.sck. I | I
:
editor as his wife1- neuro*
child after el
The editor made a conlidair of
; lc The gympathy
and upxtaratending of Margaret
Fuller, the brilliant lecturer and
have bean reduced As it
Ihe exodus to America was again
lo bring a large m I 4 l
..,..., of the praaent century they pority to the island.
sent back fiom Panama UOUsaBl
poundi to relatives in tbs '" View of what emigration has
Island. On. Dead bajdly potnt OUl uchieved in the |>a:t. Ihe though:
the iremendmis effect that this "'1 Barbadian continues xu hooe
Panama money", as It was called, '.hat the opportunity which at
Ihe economy of the present it gee ma win !> Offered
island. It is an inherent-desire of to men and women, uill aspno
the Barbadian to have his own bring a welcome m**fure of rehe:
piece of land and his house, and to the island,
the many Into whose hands th'
WHALE OIL
"Panama money" found itself.
time in acquiring both.
Often the price Ol the land thev
bought was far In excess of its real
value but this did not deter them
The necessary exchange was made
and the* became the proud own
OSLO. Mnrch 30.
The Aigenline land whaling
station at Orytvlken in Sout.i
i literarv critic of Georgia reports a totnl produc It I* not un exaggeration to sav
irihune. meant much to him. tion of 33,700 barrels of whale oil thai ianomn money wns largel
But for Ihe most part his domes'-ic Itlea and dlsaopolntment-. 37,800 barrels at the same time tion _to which reference
0 b* endured silently.
last year.
Prices of necessities are ioari:
lino* daily and most people n
unable to keep up with this ri
oat >( Hying Added to
this ^ Ihe fact thnt oin po|
is expanding and Iron t inpto time
Ortfe an migrant
Taldng ail thee* tbingi mto con
slderolK ii. the situation at prcsc-t
tppears to be grim indeed. The
solution to the prototani s emigre
evolu- tion which has always been n
made guriled as vital for the survival
-Heeler. by the Deane Commission o! 193J the pconle of Ihis colony
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-I Mi\Y APRIL I 1931
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAf.E 31 VI.N
FESTIVAL GEMS
you could buy tho
lot for just 20,000
Al III. i am in.1
IIAHTUORIIS
rUAMoNDS worth 2 ^J earmarked for thp eenUv
piece of the Festival of Britain1!
iewe!Ury exhibition, sparkled
on television screen* recently.
They were worn by a n
can.elli.'i lac gown al a spring
fashion show In London.
The Queen saw the show earlier
Hul she did not see the Festival
ilium onds They were ircliirlecl
tinlv fin IpIi'vi-htis wpMW of
the shUA .
The diamonds, described as ono
f Britain's finest example,; of
design and craftsmanship, made
n-bracelet, waterfall
earrings, necklace, and ring.
They were set In palladium.
light-weight metal now replacing
platinum.
I*iu *' tnttt hint-
A DIAMOND worth 180.000 has
been found in a mine at the
mouth of Africa's Orange Rive..
It it blue-white, of unusual purity,
md duality, one and a half
inches long, an inch widi\ ;>;ul
almost an inch thick
Said Sir Ernest Oppenhelmci*.
chairman. Anglo-American Cor
porat ii>n of South Africa.
Limited. "It is the fines'
diamond In colour I have ever
seen."
I nknntri* rfit#*
ANEW gem. as durable as a
diamond but not so beautiful
as a ruby, emerald or sapphire.
has been found by Irish and
British experts.
lu value" Said one of the experts.
Mr. R. W. Anderson, in London:
"Wi don't know yet whether it
is worth very little or oil the
money In the world." 4
More Than Good Measure
A 11.
This week-end, our three main theatr. s are givinR ihe public
some of the finest cinematic en.eruunmefu we've seen in
many a day. It can truthfully be said of each film that it is
outstanding in its own way and has be*n hailed as such by
expert critics.
In the realm of adventure, there talking mule. Under the domina-
u> Robert Louis Stevenson's be- Uon of his almost human long-
loved story -TREASURE lSf-AND', eared friend, he has great difn-
uperbly produced b> Walt Uisney. culty 1 persuading the Com__________
"ALL ABOUT EVE" has been minting General of the verae.l. PENCILS out lor the oartword
acclaimed as a brilliant satirical of hi- Matements concerning the Journey f 1 o m DILEMMA
drama and the beat film produced mule's ability to talk, and when imer circle) to CLOUT (centre'
in 1950. and for a whimsically the Ceoeral finally converse* Vou have to get there by arrant-
huiiHiu.ii'> presentation, there is with the animal himself, in one "** ih* words in the circle in
FRANCIS', the story or an Army of the most amusing aeSSMt, the su''h a *'> In" h relationship
mule who can talk and who helps Army doctors are just abou- between any one word and the
lo win the Burma campaign, but readv to commit him to psycho i**1 * l governed by one of six
who nearly wrecks the American too' Anyway, it all come* i ght r,ll'* No rule may be invoked
Army in the doing of it. Tlien. In the and, except for O'Connor, ** ,hn ,WK'* consecutively,
just fur extra good measure, there who, as a bank clerk in civilian -Wore you begin remember
is also a Walt Disney True Life life, still ha* difficult v In explain- l*-
Adventure .short. "BEAVER VAl.- ing hiv relationship with Knincls. I'u*'r ut* V*">9 "-dp 0/ Riga
LET', an excellent nature drama who is now living *ilh hi* old w!i" ro*e wt,h ""lie on a riper.
and a fascinating storv of wild life. pal. and .ipparentlv. talking too '"'1' ^'-rnrd from thr nde
My job this we-k is not too easy, much to suit me neighbours. "I1 1 wied* inside
a- 1 thoroughly enjoyed all of the-> Skllfulh directed and iii.ill
films and I am fully aware that my a* akttfully acted. FRANCIS U 1 nil r*
ONIY ON! SOAP GIVIS YOUR SKIN
THIS EXCITING FRAGRANCE
Your .km will b. [Hh.nmrJ
d as,.ably dainty from r*od..o.lo*
If yoo balhe with tfogront
CnhiMn 6ou.uet Roowty Soop.
PIRIUMfD BliUir SOAP
the /ace of flu
slock
may possibly run out. or become t lenly
'pentive before I finish. Be that >hould be ,
rUt riVE-PIF.Ct 81'ITt.1 All the dla>ncmii
tajatWM in a deaion o' luctuvrk effsct-
London Bxpre^ 3frv.ee A> Margot
forty and
[ brought hot
ihe ro!
as it may. I am going to take the
pictures in alphabetical order
instead of reviewing the one I
consider the best, first, a* each
Is so good of its Yinri.
"ALL ABOUT EVE"
ALL ABOUT BVE". showing a;
tea tmpue Tneatre is, as I have
said, a brilliant satirical dram.
win. a star.studded cast. Betlo
Uavts. Anne Itaxter. Cieorge San-
aa. Oaftata Hohn. Gar* Merrill
and others Highly soi>i
polished to a degree, it Is an ab-
*orblng drama and presents excel-
lent theatre created in the medium
<>f motion picture.
The plot concerns a tempera-
mrntnl nctress who has reached
the glittering heights of success.
She uefri.nds a young girl, whose
ecrvt ambition is stardom, and
too late, realizes that the younn
opirant has menacing designs on
bar own career. Belie Davis, a*
the first lady of the Amer.can
Thealre plays her greatest role.
hole mil)
favourite with the
the actress who is over I
to whom it 10 cruelly I
ine that sh >s to,, old I
I" he is playing. Iiei I *^
e is a memorable one I
whose In-
r
first week filming was made doubly iwrforman-
lifficult when a storm blew up and Anne Baxter, as C'
the Santa Marl, rolled and tossed nocent chanii and soft ...
m heavy seas off Bridgetown. One w,i her unscrupulous and ruthless
evening the lonn boat came adrift. ,,ians does an amazing piece of
and one ot the seamer. Peter acting, and though you'll hate her.
Roach, had to climb out on lo the her cleverness will fascinate you.
vaid-arm and Jump into thP sea No dim of this kind would be com-
wllh a life-line in order to res- pi0,e wtUjout the ever-presem
cue It. Broadway critic, and in the hands
It may be n synonym ,* the
ihut prece.ir. H
It may be achieved by add-
_ ... .4ie letter to, subtracting one
J letter from. 01 changing one
letter in the preceding word.
t II .iy be cssorlatetl with the
precetimg word in a saving, meta-
phor. 01 association of ideas
n f>. It may form with the preced-
ing word u name of 1 well-known
Ipcraon or place In facl >i flcttoa
- !- aoelated with the
1-cediliR WOl'd in the till.- in
|eeUon oi . book, play, or other
ucesjagion af jrordg
MayGay~Cuy
FakesTakesSteak
VMM
THE WHOLE TOWN S TALKING AIOUT,
^Chemico
^JB HOUSEHOLD CLEANSES
"PENNY TEST*'
HV IT TM4Y Here's a quick smy lo
pnnc how easily and efltocMlv
tit Mil Ocleans mstal l.ih a link
. HI \IK Oonadullpcnn^.io'1t"i-'-
U and f how Nilliaiul. it i>"ii
dOMM VNWMVVHp.s'fUIIMI-
* ti ckam pmccLiin. nka, glaM. lino,
p-intwufk. fi., ih c^ual saw.
DutllSilKH*
(HI COUMTV CHSMICAL CO LTD. SHiaiFY IIIHINCHAM. >NC1NQ
TREASURE ISLAND -*
COLUMBUS
"TREASt'KE ISLAND
ttobe.t Louis Steven-,:
plelely ta inaUng lale of adven-1
une. THI-ASUHa: ISLAND
Lluying .1' l'i..
it is an ..!*,.Intel., up ion
Lattr ,h. Nln. blew Ul h.r f' *W* f"*". **, "S uSd'JjJ.i m K Dm SraMDt'
W and w. mining In the SJE* .."'_ K-V!.. "",, U>^ wi pl*rllil. Ui-
.ubtlp
This
.11
Orlbbnn lor mote lhn l*ity- ZEZL^TtT'm '20Z.J1 m" "" '"""' "u "" "vmlui -
IN order lo ensure aulhnnlenj Udc*: Ihe S.nU M.rl. 173-lon four hours llore bein, diMf- '' '> '" < ''^"ij?T; "" ..u.her. of Ih. ortgln.!
for Christopher Columbus, Ihe rnlta of the ..ulorors ll.a slup. ,ed by sea rescue plane A final '"'"} '"'h'" ,n"'uu,JuT ru ""'? "*""' *l,h ""' '"ZT
star, and lilm makers u.yelll nd the NlM. 122-lon companion stx.ke of Ill-fortune came when Sn,SJT31.**9JKS!S,"i.5S ' "< '"! ""*". expeuenced b
some oB.000 miles by land sea and vessel. Although completely an- the S*nt Maria was burnt out at
thentic In design and rigging, the Barbadosa total lots
all began when Producer sl"> ere fitted with radio Iran
niiii
Merrill 1
Holn
n. deli
throughout hi;
characterization. Oary Vh.".m..fi .nbin-boj,' who Mil'
1 Ihe director and Olcstc .,. Ul ,. Jlld p,,.!,, lo dl-
1 the author's wile are |ani la> ds .11 search of MrM
...- both excellent and Miss Holm's luasui" Hillllantly mounted In
Frank Bundy and Director David m "r" ",,d '"'!'"' ,^J, , maioritv of exterior scenes had natural charm and loyalty 10 Technicolor, each lamiha, i,u,.
Maedonald flew out to Ute Was. J" '^ ^SS^SS ve^c ~^> *' "" ,!l """ re""'"a S,^'",r" " "%1"'"1' W and scene besomc
Indies in search of location sites, engnt.ng sprinklers and were - t
Thtt, ,hcy me, Cambridge gradu- " ""h '** l2 h" <"'' ^fh-Ukingl, b^.u.ifuV' coTour
Ihoto(traphv ever screened
By this lime however.
-de Douglas Taylor, who had mar- "*"*'
lied a lovely young Carib girl and T^sk of manning Incm wn\ "fl
become the "uncrowned king" o( Adrian Sellgman, wnr-flimc
the reserve on the Island of Doml- R.N.R Commander and Master
iina where the remaining 400 Mariner, who in 1936 liegan Ml
Carlb Indians now live. He imme- round-the-world voyage in the
diately offered his co-operation, barquentine Cap Filar. He gath-
and permitted the C'anbs to re- ered together a score of seamen-
enact the roles ot their ancestors, adventurers, seven of whom had
who had welcomed Columbus to sailed with him in the Cap PUar
the new world over 450 years be- to take the pan of Columbus'
fore. craw.
To film scenes of the voyage There were dramjticand dan-
westwards. reproductions of Co- jerousmomcrfls. while shooting
lumbus s vessel were built in Bar- scenes of the voyage. During ihe
Letter From
A Pen Pal
Thanks
c o Telephone Exchana
Scarborough,
Tobago.
Dear Sir.
I must thank you very much
>or advertising my name In thi
paper*
Sir. I got four from B
Their letters are M-..1U ploi ao
they auks an* '','1 '' ,|1"" '
lie If nut .
Hoping I weuld be able to kee|
i corresponding with Uk
would like and 1 wish to Vtatl
that beautiful island of llarbados
some day.
Yours truly,
JOSEPHINE MatKAIH.ANF
IN A SCENE from the film 'Christopher Columbu". soon to be scan
lacally, the explorer faces ai< mutinonn crew aa Utty Uneaten to kill
him .ul.--- he turn- back to Spain. Sucoessfol in Bis efforts to qtwll
the rebels. Cgltimhuw continue* In- great voyage of di-covpry
Scent- of tlif discovery it*elf were photographed In BARBADOS
md Dominica, as miiy will recall.
The atmosphere of Ihe film ! and calourfully
enc of Jealousy, hunt* wit. envy St< venson could ever h..vi
snd sarcasm offset by kindness, ed- l*ng Jnhn's parrot with hi
'"'' and friendship. Subtle, raucous squawking of "Piece:
epitonme of all th,. qualities
iiscribed to him by the author.
Bobby Drucoll's Jim Hawkins a" a
Uardy, manly fellow, full oi
apafaagi *nd knowledge beyond
his years, but self-reliant an.
'i.'W .t , uiiij iii.iii mil..uked
'ii an adventure of this kind.
should be. Maatat Drtaooll holds
remarkable manner
ith aetOli "1 many years more
perlencc. and his light on ih.
in the n!Ki"K ot the Hr
lola. with the dendly pirate
el Hands la thrilling to
and rine of the peaks
suipcme In th.- whole dim
Ba il iydney as Captain Smellett
i- typical of the men who I 11
lied out the lra-1llH.il. ..f the
British Merchant Service, whil.
the pirates are as violOtU and
iiurderous . any ana
aile,( ihe The ngfll .if UM
st uphold the high standard of
cling set l.y the principal*, M
a'ml, more cannul be said
Setting_s for this exce,.'oml
iilm are authentic baekgrt>ui>d>-
m England, .md the music played
l.y the Royal Philharmonic Or-
rhestra, under the expert batoi
of Muir Malheson, creates fine
*ld'> atmosphere.
A vividly leaushr film.
wish TREASURE ISLAND is a master-
piece. Don't miss It'
Snowing with TREASURE
.ituatlons. trenchant dialogue and EiilhC Piece* of Eight'", Blind jsi.AND ii HEAVER VALLEY.
>ife.sire characters, together with ~
superb acting and direction make
4.LL ATtOUT EVE a MUST on
sour Urt of fthp*
delivery of the Black Spot. a most f-iselnatlng picture
a token of .loom, to Billy Bones at wild animal life The Heave.
tl. Inn; Young Jtm Hawkin's WJU selected ns the prlacipal in
dlsK-overy. while hidden in the this film lieeause of Iik love of
apple bni-l. that Uie crew are industry and his family life, but
planning lo seize the H*apa>niola many other animals and birds
crazy old Ben Gunn; the bloody play their various rOkM, meludlni;
batUc for the -lockade and the the predatory coyote, the playful
comedies 1 final discovery of the fabulous utters, a black bear, bijaguda
on David ireasure. -md ducks, and a gsnup of frogs
"FRAtfCIS"
FRANCIS, playing at the Globe
Theatre, in one of the most re.
frrshiugly different
nave seen. Based
Stern's whimsical tale of a talk The cast Is truly exceptional which contribute one of thi
ii.g mule, it is an intriguing with Robert Newton as X-ong highlights of the film the
f..r.*-comed> and wonderfully John Silver and Bobby Driscoll Frog Symphony which must
-nirrtainlng from start to finish, as young Jim Hawkin* glvm*. lie eeniuii*ii>eliegti:d.
A highly imaginative story ia amazingly fine performances. M'. Most of you will remember
well told and finely interpreted Newton's Long John is unfoi- SKAl, ISLAND that was shown
with Donald O'Connor as the gvttablr He is villain^u*. dOtn- Christmas week the fin.1 film
innoeenl and confused second ineering. sly and incredibly m this Disney series. BEAVER
lieutenant who is alternately malevolent, but with an unm,'- VAU.EY is even letter than
praised as a hero, and committed taksbie streak of kiiume's that, and I not only recommend
to the psychopathic ward, when beneath. Stomping nround on it most highly, but I wish It were
he insist* that the credit for the his old crutch, his parrot on Ida POUBasl to have more films like
success of his exploits Is due to a shoulder, leering wickedly, he Is It.____________________________
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never Irctimril thai I OOOld Ih- so rnivr-.uie, aa
secure.'til I diwuvrreil Maiileiiform!"
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tailed lollerlion ul Manleidorai Mjle*.
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VIHe". Green Hill. St. Michael
Doaothg LoaUt, I-eterkins I^nd.
Upper Roebuck Street. Phi II is
Hamblln. Taylor's Gap. Bank
Hall Cross Rd. They tre now
Members of The Barbodo:
Advocate Children's league.
Pen I'aIn
Winston A. Cheesman, 19
Wooding St.. San IN 11 '"
Trinidad. Age Itt years. Wants
Pen Pal bet worn the ages of 10
>Pd 19.
Aahlv Jordan. Corbin's Vlllogc.
-St. AnUiew. Itari>ad*.- WauMS
I*n Nla in Martinique tietween
the ages, of 16 and 21.
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have been selected for use in Royal Households with onceles-
heirlooms, famous Museums with ancient plei es. Oxford arid
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BARBADOS
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Ap\r06ffE
, Bri4Mton
Sunday. April 1. 19.il
1111! HlillllS IV.IIN4 ll
TO-DAY the Advocate pUblUlH ttw Rp-
petfl of "! I'nee Conirol Committee I9M
It was signed on 5th July. I960 and was not
released for publication until late this
month. It contains nine typewritten
foolscap sheets and four typewritten sheets
of Schedules. DmH thirteen sheets could
have heen made available to the public on
the 6th July. 1950 in the columns of this
newspaper. They ought to have been
made available to the public not later than
the end of July. Why they have
made available until March 1951 is wi it
the public wants to know.
When the PHot) Control Committee was
appointed in October 1941, their terms of
reference were "to reviow the existing
arrangements for the control of prices with
particular reference to the exp< dieiuy of
reviewing such arrangements in the b
of present day conditions and to nuks
recommendations thereon." The Commit-
tee spent nearly nine months in preparing
'heir report During these nine months
they obtained from owners of small shops.
groceries, dry goods, hardware! wholesale
and provision stores, audited statements
for each business year for the period
1844-49.
Included in audited statements WSffl
gross profit and net profit percentages on
turn over for each year, and on 1944 as
base year; operating expenses for each
ye.'u u porronllgl on tun over and on
1944 us base yeai, details of wages paid to
various classes of employees lor each year.
The various groups and individual firms
co-operated readily with the Committee
Sir John Saint, Professor Sydney Dash,
Mr. P. D. Mc Dermott (Chartered Ac-
countant) end Mr. F. A. Bishop, (ISO.
Secretary.).
What did this excellent Committee con-
clude? "From a careful and detailed in-
vestigation of the accounts submitted by
the various groups of traders, and as a
result of our various discussions with re-
presentatives of these groups, we have
come to Ihe conclusion," unanimously re-
port the Committee, "that with the possible
exception of dealers in hardware, the net
profits which have accrued to theso traders
fiver the past three years are less than
adequate. Evidence was advanced tb in-
dicate that, with this fall m the rate of
profits the general credit situation in the
various classes of trade was becoming un-
satisfactory."
Why was this information withheld from
the public at a time when unfounded ac-
cusations were daily and still arc being
made that the merchant and trader exploit
the community in a selfish desire for pro-
fit? And why should a red herring be
thrown over this complete vindication of
the honesty of the trading community as a
whole, by an announcement more than
nine months after the signing of the report
that "in the light of the present and poten-
tial world situation as regards commodity
prices and supplies......it would be
inappropriate to implement the recom-
mendations made by the Committee."
Has the Government its own standards
of the present and the future? Or does it
consider that nine months is n two
time to lead tliirteer; |httf. which tri-
umphantly give the lie to the torrent of
abuse, ignorant calumny and downright
lying which is too often regarded in this
< immunity as a substitute for knowledge
and enterprise? Can we have a greater
appreciation of Truth in this island, and a
real desire on the part of the Government
to make Truth known at the earliest op-
poitunity? Everything else will then fall
into place. It is the one thing needful.
In the meantime others too, were learn-
ing the lessons that London had I
td that agitation was
In that country for the national-
isation of the Suez Canal in which the
,British (e-wrnmeni owns 44% of the
shares. The Labour Government will un-
doubtedly point out to the Egyptian Gov-
ernment at the suitable moment that the
proposed, action is also illegal.
Tin* Newspaper has often warned
against a slavish imitation of things Brit-
ish and has pointed out that institutions
wh'c-h *hay be useful in Britain can yet be
out of place in Barbados. These warnings
have often been ignored and often have the
evil results become apparent in a short
time. Under the pressure of local Social-
ists, party politics with all its spite and all
its distortions' was foisted on the country,
'any men who have much to offer
their country in leadership and advice are
excluded from the councils of government
while others who appear unable to under-
stand the economic complexities of life
direct the linanccs of the country.
In nationalising the oil resources of the
Island the Barbadian Socialists opened up
the experiment of every Socialist's dream
and by their mishandling of what followed'
assured the people of Barbados that the day
of reckoning would come. The public wilt
sooner or later learn how much of their
scanty money must go in compensation for
,. uells tathw than ;n the capital devel-
opments which the island so sorely needs.
By attempting to restrict the right of
appeal to the law courts the Socialists have
followed a precedent that has received
wldespted acceptance in Britain. Many
able men have however seen in such a
practice a great danger to the safeguards
that protect the freedom of the subject.
Socialists everywhere may well consider
the dilemma in which British Socialists
now find themselves and the poetic justice
which they free.
INmI'm JiinIm*
FOR several years past the Socialist
party of Great Britain has advocated na-
tionalisation as the great cure for the
economic ills that beset mankind. When
the Socialists won a majority in the Gen-
eral Election of 1945 they immediately
began to put into effect the policies which
they had so long preached and protests of
those who were being nationalised were
disregarded as the cries of capitalists who
were only anxious to maintain the
of their wealth and power.
Today the Socialist cry is different. In
far off Iran the people have heeded to the
teachings of Britain's Socialists and recent-
ly the Parliament of Iran voted to nation-
alise Iran's oil The British Government
owns .V2 55% of Anglo-Iranian oil shares
and the Socialist Government being now
on the receiving end of nationalisation had
to view the matter In a different light. The
British Government immediately sent to
t of Iran a strongly worded
declaring the illegality of
nationalising the Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.
Aquatics
SITTING ON THE FENCE
IN spite of valiant attempts of the Water
Polo and Swimming Association. Aquatic
Sports in Barbados still seem to be hang-
in; lire At the recent annual meeting 0#
the Association it was made clear that any
failure to popularise Water Polo and Swim-
ming, could not be blamed on the Associa-
tion.
The schoolsthe natural reservoir of
Water Polo players and swimmershad
In en euxulsrieed but only Harrison College
with over 500 pupils had agreed to enter
the Water Polo competition and only on
condition that Harrisonians, now playing
in the League for other teams, should re-
present the school. It is a perfectly fair
request, Pupils, after all,'owe their first
allegiance to their schools. Combermere,
with 600 boys does not appear to be intpi-
ested in Aquatics; and the Lodge School,
although keenly interested, pleads inabil-
ity lor financial reasons io -send down a
team of seven players to the Aquatic Club
weekly.
Surely there are some public spirited
sportsmen in St. John who would offer
free transport to the team. Mnny of the
.other schools, for one reason or another.
do not seem to be interested in one of the
healthiest and cheapest forms of sport for
growing boys and girls.
Queen's College, as well as Harrison
College, for many years have realised the
benefits of swimming and have organised
annual aquatic sports. As long ago as
1915 Harrison College were holding swim-
ming sports, and Queen's College started
at a later date. Every school in this island.
Secondary and Elementary, has facilities
for holding Aquatic Sports. The Coleridge
pd the Alexandra can easily obtain the
tiso nf b pier at Speightstown or Six Ifen'a
and there is little doubt that the Element-
ary Schools In that area would be granted
similar facilities on application. But a pier
is not an absolute essential for aquatic
sports. Keen rivalry in the water between
Ih" various schools would most probably
unearth some outstanding swimmers in an'
island where children learn to swim as
soon as they can walk.
It is encouraging to find that the visit of
a Rii Is Water Polo team from Trinidad has
stiried up some interest in the game among
the girls of this island. Three ladies'
will take part in the coming Water
Polo season. When the Trinidadian girls
played here it was obvious that while the
iris were far better swimmers for
their ages they were lacking in skill at the
:e too light and too youthful
to contend . ainst their more matured
Opponents.
The Management of the Aquatic Club,
in recent years, have shown an increasing
Interest 111 fostering Water Polo and swim-
ming and there is every reason to believe
that thev will do all in their power to
launch the Association on a firm basis.
Water Polo attracts many spectators to the
club, and if swimming events are organ-
i. -.he same lines as those adopted in
other countries there is every reason to
I that Barbadians will also flock to
watch Aquatic Sports. The swimming and
Water Polo Association should sound out
the possibilities of organising a
branch.
The irnrrr call* m<'
'ducks TlM butcln i calls im-
i he II ihmongn* cal'i
mc 'love.' I don't like it."
LetU.- in a wwnan tulumn-
DO not call mc "dearie,"
butcher.
Do not call me "love''
Like the common people, butcher,
I am far above;
Once, with rnrnt unratic*,. d,
butcher
You ate hu
"A leg of
madam?
"Madam, buy. buy. buy."
Do not call me "duckle," grocer,
Though I'm out of lurk
If I cannot give big orden
I am not your duck;
Hoi Ban 1 your 'dear" or "dean*'."
"Love" or "sweetie pie"
Jiwt because your -hup Is full "f
Things I mustn't buy.
I nm not your "love" or "!<-arii"
You behind the stub.
"Ducks" or "darling," I'm still
payinn
mble pie-
English lamb for
Through the note tog-dab.
Kcfl your "duckf" Tor lower
orders
Call them what you wish
If I had a flhop for dinner
You could ktep your fish
Butcher. I am not your "dearie"
Nor your "honey bunch"
En'ii if I cannot c.rder
Fillet ittak for lunch.
Grocer, I mn no' your
Not for ham or jam,
You are null a grocer, grocer,
1 am still madam.
Awful Child, M.P.
"For the next two or three
months wo shall harry the life
OUt Of UN (!< cnuiunt with
division after division . Wo
shall make them sit up May
and nigh' We shall try
in wear them out." Kepcrted
apeech hy Mr. Robert Booth by.
M.P it Banstcid. Surrey
All of which remind* me of
The Awful Child when MM w*"t
vouuk Ilrr method* were mprh
Ihe same.
CAN I ban nether bucuttt
You're JtuI had u "Other.
I mean another to go to bod
with?
3y NATHANIEL GUBBINS
You've dad ifM on*" to tfo lo bed
mill.
I mean another one to take up
to bed with me.
Yom can have thai to morrow
uorriiNU
But If I took 1'. up now I could
till have It in the rooming
You can haer another Waruit in
|hg Mornino, but nol now.
Why?
Because I tay no.
Flui what's the difference be-
tween you givknt' me one in the
morning and me taking one up
now to cat in tin- morning*
The difference u that Instead of
.(iliiiu if in the morning you would
ear it In bed now
Bin I am- not in bed now.
Hut i< uoa were, -mn u*Onld
Would what?
EM It III rVrf.
Are you tired?
Yei.
Very tired?
Veru.
Wtll, can I have another bis-
StiU?
Wo.
Not If t promise I won't eat it
till to-morrow?
NO.
Well, tan I have a drink or
water?
// you irill leave me alone /or
five Hiinule* uoit can drink the
irater lank dry. choke yourielf
tcith hi.icuits. and I hope your Pfu
ii ill be full itf crumbs.
I like crumbfl in my bed.
Stately Home
LORD GIFFORD, discussing
"The Stately Homes of Eng-
land Tours," said people preferred
lu visit houses that arc lived in
rather than those run by the
National Trust. Americans par-
ticularly liked to be shown the
walking, slick and hat used and
worn hy "his lordship".
If that's all they want, mar- I
tugft that millions of dollars
might 1* earned If The Sea Neat,
the family seat of Lord dubbins.
formed part Of the Stalely Humes
ol England tour-'
Here the eager visltm umlil
gag the ancient hilt long discard-
ed by Lout Gubbins because Lady
Cubhins *aid it was
the ash *tick his lordship uses
when he ha-* gout, and his old
tWted take*. 'Moth's Helish
which, since 1930. has been rev-
ered as a nntional relic
For the ridiculous sum of _.
dollar they could sit on the old
settee, bought long ago on
never-never, whore Sally Ihe Cat
nursed 126 kittens, and where her
successor, Lottie the Devil Cat.
sleeps, and has tried unsuccess-
fully to entertain disreputable
friends to petting parties.
In the kitchen china cupboard
they euulu sec the last rema'nlni
family egg cup, cracked in several
places, and used by Lorn dubbins
during the war. w;hen he was
lucky enough to get an egg once
-,t month, the teacups without
handles, Ihe teapots without
spouts.
They could buy as souvenirs the
old shirts discarded by Lord Gub-
bins, and now used as overalls by
Ladf Subbing when she docs thr
washing-up, the old shrunken
socks lull r* holes, which Lady
Clubblns borrowed from Lord
Gubbins to keep her feet warm
during the fuel cuts, the greasy
macintosh, originally owned hy
Lord Gubbins. but which is now
used by all members of Ihe fam-
tly, and is never hanging In the
hall when Lord Gubbins want?
it.
For an extra fee, .they could b I
shown the cupboard where Lord I
Gubbins is obliged to keep hi'
handkerchiefs lo-kcd, up In can
the family has a cold, and th(
secret drawer where he keeps hi>
pipe cleaners in case they are used
as hair curlers.
If Americans care to come on
Sunday at lunch time they could
sec the stati.lv. aristocratic ilgun
of Lord Gubbins carving the meat
ration like a surgeon performing
a delicate operation, with Lottie
the Devil Cut on his shoulder, and
Lady Gubbins hiding the portion!
on rae-h plate with ucneroua help-
ings of vegetables.
Afterwards, they could buy the
nnclent carving knife and taSflb It
Kiev are not much use to anybody
in this country, even If the handles
weren't coming, oft. -l.es.
I III \ hI >4. ALOUD (, i... <........ >,.
Anybody, wules Cbnstatton In
The Cosanwn Man. might guess
before-hand th.it there would be
blunders of Uh Iga
What nobody could have kuSh--
HL what nobody OOuM h*e
dreamed of m a nightmare tgfcal
.io morbid mortal ImaglnSsv n
could evei have dared to tnvtfinc
ml Um mistakes of tV weU |P
formed
It is true, continues Chesterton,
In a sense, to say that the mob has
always heen h\l l>> m M e.sucaled
men It is much more treirrln
evei \ sense to say thai il lu.-"%l-
<.iu been misled by e'duc:v*a
men.
It Is easy enough to say the ul-
mred man should be tl j
guide, phllowo|)hcx and Mem
Unfortunately he h.i< m-.nl> it-
ways been a misguiding guide, a
false friend and a ttT)
philosopher And the Mtv
trophe1!! w have suffered, includ-
ing those ' are now
have not in historical fact been due
to the pconaBE practical people
who are supposed to know
.but almost invariably to the hUUy
, i knew ti "it
the) kmv. everything The world
. i ..in by tw mm i.
they are mostly the mistakes of tue
I
from Ihe ('Minion Man Hint gave
mc the idea to apnljl
ohtlosophv to the Island
bschM -v Conunon Han
Mne in the company of
those- who toil with \Jv
than with those erhO nreu-nd I |
know all the answers, f wonder
just how far Chesterton' wunj'
can be applied to a community
where the well Informed undoubt
esd the Ignorant
der. hut t ant certain Thnt the
Common Man has need of a cham
pion and as I've looked :
find htm in the company of the
politicians or tn.
tuals. I am sticking out my owe.
iMck to utler a
ii never I feel r
i from the on-
philoio-
phers.
In the typical lanKUage of the
Common Man, I would begin with
a quotation from the well-known
couplet of An ie Oakley's in the
Common Man's film hit Annie
Get Your Gun." You remember it
goes like this:
I >vu can df>. I ran do brllrr.
Mtm Man
11 1 were writing on
on Barbados today, 1 could narci-
!y do better lUan this couplet.
There s much talk but little
i Hog e>f Hie- word ceo
nomies. All It means is derived
[roan two Greek words meaning
hou.se and management. A frej
translation would be housekevp-
j is all it flMtUU. And
any good housewife Knows thut
there are two kinds vt house
keeping, good and bud. Good
means that what comes In is more
than what goes out. Bad is the
reverse of good. There Is no need
to take a correspondence course
or to attend an evening class nor
evon to read this column to un-
derstand this fundamental fact
about economics, namely Its sim-
pUctty. Yet the experts, those
brave gentlemen who talk of
tmde cycles, fluctuation of mnr-
bNmataODJi] agreements.
laws of Ripply .md ik-matid, to
quote onfj the simplest of vast
number of technical expressions
are too togged by then- own clev
to talk the language of the
Common M.wi.
Whieh brings us back .'o the
ee.uplet Bverybodj eon under-
stand what that means. And thice
i in now vote it is
important that everybody should.
What then does the couplet
mean in terms o( economics or
house management?
- House, and the
Common Man is Ihe manager To
hear our leader* talk you would
imagine in
assclfk light In
our homes and no runnll
ome wicked capitalist
generally from overseas ana
I) an Imperialist has been
! we have to do
our own Indus
Uonalue, tax i
(except ourselves i and all will
come bright as the electric light.
It Is wild talk and has nothin.
lo do with household manage
ment.
Barbados is a small Intend
Those who know anything; abou
Islands will tell you it's a ven
small Island and it can only pro
duce or mnnufarture goods at .
small island level. It ran neve.
compete with countries like Can
da, the United Stoles, nor ever
Great Britain, io whom it owe
everythinggood and bad.
And lh.it bnngaj u* to th.
meaning of the cottpsll
i earn do mrytMag beti*t ihm /*>-
In the words of the Commo,
Man. this means thai Barboda
CaatMM hope ever to compete
with large industrial rnuntnes
although it i.m li:iin (lorn then
bow to Increase lt efficiency u
those industries which It hns
rhe household management, tht
eeOhomy of Barbados must there
(ore he Immii on ban) I H '- g|
not on loud talk.
We have got sugar and we mv
healthy variety of small indu-
tries, soap, shoemaking, dress
making. tailoring.
making run foundries, primer
leg public ntUltlskg id . (afrl
wide range of activities WbM
ulted from the health,
n.'tix r. o| the sugar it.i
Dgrvi .ill the*c thing!, and wear
getttnn more of them. On th*
cards now is another ice crear
factory, another sweer drink
everyday in every way ncv
industries are (oiniiK
But the one major industry
which in addition
can help us to pull eiur.-ehe
up and brine ua within range
of an electric switch or a
water tap Th* Totirbt Industn
is the one that the "well informed'
HI do nothing t
Instead <'
i
will bring from outside, our pro-
fessed adorers of the Commor
Man are erllnag to at* hi orogres-
ather than cOl
ii and i-e deinr

they themselves have done.
FLOWER POTS
from 3" to 12" diameter
ORCHID POTS
5"; 8"; 7"; 8"; and 12" diameter
Made by the Government Factory'
VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
GARDEN TOOLS
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si \l>\\ \l\ll I IMI
SI NOW AI>\iK'.\TF.
I'.U.I NINE
Oi My t\\ SALE
ley Hill I
K
I
in the w>> .
of the famou." art is'* of the dav
t.ll iq be loui 1 m Um
streets of Paris. Now. her beauty
on, tha old woman wander
frem cafe to cafe, dancing aw
.* my.tr 1/ Irv a few francs One !
ilM !k-i id" "Queen of
Mm they butfh
i n t. u still
beautiful and s--.il dtfnj
it is no longer the i>ala thai it
v.js The k "Hi nets Imvv run wild
thOUfjl tin- CvOiuvj r.f Royal
i ut sun raatfnttl
the house itself *howa !,ifns >f
decay. The rooms, once majni.l
ccntly fumltbed, in <"-npty no*,
and n the enormous ballrr tm i
has been OocetMO ' ]
Sl r j> of the t .i
ira ,.f Failey Hill
t* Grorjrian. and In 1*1
rl.c CaiibtM-ai, A W
wr tes: "The ma
vival f ihi- pnrtod b L
bull! in 181U. Km again the
accent is on flattened wdm, bul
with rusticated surroundii to Iho
window opening so as to break
the play of the sunl phi and ghn
texture to a lather plain facade.
The house contains some attrar
rrtaanporar* Intarfai "
Royal Visitors
In 1801. when Farley Hill
betonaad to Sir Qraham Rriggs.
M /enileinrn in
He noun was visited bf
I'rih.v A If re
ion. Jt is raportad. that: "On
Parlay Hill, which is om-
of the handsomest residences b<
Barbados, and is teautltully situ-
' Prince al anted anu
aiound the ground!.
Hamtring ihc view of Scotland
DiatrtR from the sununer-
houae At two o'clock lunch-
eon wit* announcad and about
i\t. l:lii- and gentlemen sat
down t-i it Tha wines and vlanos
batnj "i tha moat nMharcna kind,
and in lavish abundance After
lunciMon His Royal Hlaftnaag
planted a casuarlna tree In tha
grounds."
As a mcmenSo of his visit
Punce Alfred gave his portrait
united witn his signaluiv. to Sir
Graham Hriggs, and it used to
hang In the house for many
years.
Looking through an old A. DC.
Dinner (lock in the Museum thll
veck. I saw this note: "Governor
|av P" me for 16 nt Farley HID,
January 2 1880." The Governor at
this tlma mi Major George
and unions the sixteen
an PrlnoH Albert Victor and
i '< -i Kndeiuk (lat
FARLEY
who were louring the W.
IB H M S lUrchaiite
Princes planted trees in the
grounds which ran snl. be *ee.i
toda? Prince George returned to
Larbados in 1884 and spent a -iiy
at Farley Hill with Sir Graham
Briggs.
I- i..oil Description
James Anthony Frou,i-
Barbados in 1887 and was invited
by Mr Qrahatn |
Mine time at Farley Hill. Hb de-
scription of the place ai it waa
then is moat Interestum The
garden, ence the wonder of tha
island, was running wild, though
rare trees and shrubs survived
from hi aadant -pimdour
' n -i^h hall, amang a
Ittttr of Carib ntriosttm
i
ticeni saloon aatti
onaeompad
11

things, gathered in lh" taj when
sugar was ,. horn if | I
selected with the fines! tarte
engravings. p gams.
books maps aJ
scnuts it wds a palace
which Aladdin himTlf might havo
hcen satisfied, one of those which
had Umd the
Llan i-f roiehm traveller*, one of
lha many than, now probably the
laM surviving i..... |
Anvio-Wan Indian civilisation,
So. even in Fronde's time Farlev
Hill was rolna down Th wanna,
home of the heautlfu) FarleyenM
BJ wild.
The RiHims
V\ m l i Baj rai ,-v Hill hjr
the front door 1 saw the staircas.'.
peri'iapc the most distinctive ,n-
terior feature of the house. This
\-.-....- i :. ., ii| I'-.il:.... '
which ha> turned dark, mellow
colour through age. Near tha stair-
case hatitf* an intarealingj old braaa
ehandeliei
Turning left, 1 then wenl into
the Ballroom, called the sitting
room by Froude. It is an Immense
room, surrounded by long galler-
ies, and although the ceiling is nut
what it used to be it is still beauti-
ful. The arches, which separate the
room from the galleries, and cut
the room In two. form lovely pat-
terns, nd it is not difficult to
imagine the splendour this room
must have presented a century
ago.
The dining room forms a horse-
shoe, with french windows open-
ing OUl on the lawn. This nnist
bays been one of tha lovettaol
rooms in tho house at one time,
but like ll' library which is 3.1st
Pholo by J. Jfffcrs.
above, there is an awful feeling
Hi baaatMM ghoul II
Upstairs there Is an omazlnglv
long corridor which Mrctchei
Irom one end of Ihc house to the
odhM 1 !h uld imuKinc that it i
about a hundred and twenty feet
long, ami on ciihci rida of it are
the bedrooms. AI the top of the
stairs. In the middle of the corri-
dor, there u a small sitting room.
As I left Farley Hill 1 saw a
peacock wandering around tho
bushes where once tht-i'
line gaiden. His beautiful feather*,
a rjmtbol of wnaltn and Wt livioi
seemed out of pluie. like Farley
Hill, he belongs to Hie past.
FARLEY IIOUSC lb* diniiu
In (far home shoe xhaped wiim
WAITERS PALM' TOFI ff LID fUM WORKS
LONDON. W.3
Stretching the whole length of the home tht> corridor Is about 120 feet long
TPE BALLEOOM is one of the Urge-t rooms In the island
Morgan Lewis Was Favourite Easier Resort
MORGAN LEWIS BAY. St.
Andrew, has now become a
popular place with holiday
makers. This long and Wide
stretch of beach was crowded
with trucks, cars and buses on
Easter Bank Holiday.
The majority of the people
who held picnics and excursions
on Monday chose Morgan Lewi-
ar their rendezvous. 'Bus and
Inrrv loads of singing pecplo
could constantly be seen driv.nn
lowardj the beach.
The EOnd leading ih'wn |0 ll*
beach la iwfertwnaiely v*o fauaj
and Iherefoie many peoj U
from the various vehh
tampered down the hill towards
the bench
Nearly every person had b
basket loaded with "l
drinks. Very few bathed as the
sea in this area is cMiemely
rough and not enticing.
Many people watched the "skel- that at Morgan Lawbl There
eton" of what will become a dance dancing, sports and a marathi
hall with envy. This dance hull
is being erected In a cool and airy
pot and perhaps will b* ready fcr
the next bank-holiday celebra-
tions
On Morgan L**is iwsture n
r.umfcer of men enjoyed a cricket
Benny l.unrh again proved that
: itched on the Hack. He
won two races, aver a distance of
22 yards. In one he defeated L t-'o*
and In the other Vincent Corbln.
M. is Lisle and Otha Ma
The ground WBJ dusty and .b*tnbuted the prues which were
two well known B.C L bowler-, made up of a quantity of rum.
were reaping a harvest. w""'
Two Miles For WltaT
orned beef and
Irtf"; thrtf were won b>
l.vneh who ESlb liimwlf "War
l 1
Tliirsty aavuraHXiUta walked to
Si. n. Village, 0 Oi-taiue of about A ii.mp ! n* pie pili lint .1
two mllw. and collec(e water. The two pipes at Morgan itcvntl) cut. A car was drawn up
Lewi-, "ere running very llowl adway near the Held and
an allon of wotei the party had intended going to
Bathshebo too had muny bathers liattnhclw but the car had r>in
and oxdirsion parties, but the out ol gas He Bald, "unyhow, any
crowd there was not us large a- port will do EM itonnj .
THIS MAHOGANY STAIRCASE is perhaps the moat dMinctm InteHer featora of the House.
Hhv pay more foi t o". lian Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil when you can buy the same of equal quality and
size of British make cheaper. 821- exchange and duty
are In the extra cost
< laann*a price SI 2 Sml Brlll-h price 66
t 51 Lge 1 2*
We oHer RF.XALL EMt'LSION OF f'OD LIVER OIL
at above nrlre-. Small 66c. Large fl 20
KMMIIS IHII't. MIMIIS
LINEN
DEPARTMENT
LACE TABI.K CLOTHS oexK Fjch....... SN.Stl
30x5(1 Each.......Mil
PI.ASTK TABLE CLOTHS in While. Pink,
lllur, and Siic 4H' Square. Each............|1.K
LINEN GLASS CLOTHS 22x31 Each ..... 7e.
4
(HECK COTTON CLASS CLOTHS
2lxJ2 lich ...................... U3c.
PLAIN COTTON GLASS CLOTHS
ISxJB Each .................... He
PLAIN COTTON GLASS CLOTHS
23x34 Each ....................... S3c.
CAVK aSHEPHIiHIJ (\ CO., I .Til.
10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
harrison's broad st.
bituminous
Roofing Felt
:. ii.rhr hit-
Mineral Surfaced Green and Red
ti>ii:. ni vi in ic ami
\\ \ I I ! ........I

A HIGH GRADE
BITUMINOUS ROOFING
THAT HAS BEEN IN
UNIVERSAL USE FOR
50 YEARS
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

Only $11.10 Per Roll
of 12 yards
HARRISON'S
FILL
UP
I YOUR
SHOPPING BASKET!!
whal a \ariflv!!
i DANISH T1NNI.D ilAMK ill kltSa i'P to l^ lb*.
' TACOR8 CKr.AM CKACKRKK ih>. (hi
, MARVEN B CANADIAN SoDA WAt'KI'.H |m>i tin
i KIVKKMKUi: CHELHi: ftt tin
HUUTlf AFRICAN 0UAVA8 per tin
. HtIRr MAID ORAPEH I.arg* tin 50c -I
' BARTLKTT I1A1:. l.n.. b
YELLOW CLINO PEACIIEM Li .
HURAN CRY HOLID PACK APPLES per tm
EAHTPACK BF.Er per tin
MrVITIE PRICE'S Lincoln Cream Rticiilt*
WRimiT'8 Ricli Olnier Nut Bi-cmU lb, pkt
JACOB'S Eihlbition Bu^'ilta ', Ih. pkt
HUNTLEY K PALMERS Oabonx BlKOlta th. pkt.
McVITIE PRICE B Royal 8ct Bi..-im-. I lb pkt.
AmTlcaii ROYAL JELLIES A DESSERTS per pkt. ..
SLICED HAM. SLICED BACON SLICED MAItTADELI
pkt
SI til
SI 4b
Wc.
Mc.
Ha.
Ha,
6C.
7ftc.
40c
20C.
M
20c.
30c.
20c.
PERLSTEIN BEER
18c. a bot $4.00 n Carton
COCKADE FIN): KI'M
| STAJVSFBIM. SCOTT A 1H.. I.I It.


TACE TEN
SI'NBAT ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, AI'RH. 1. IS'.I
Report Of Price Control Committee, 1950
Thp K. ixiit of thelhrce-roaii I'oflw wntch have accrued lo reviewed the price structure of be controlled. ahoulg remain
- _, __ ... 1'ieae trader* ovs* the past three lard, nmtuannf and soap since they are at present Otherwise.
lomminit set up lu cvuioer ^^ ^ Wn ,han aueqU-tc Evi- they understand that price* are the Committee consider that the
the ( on I nil l Prices has been jjence was advanced to indicate controlled under a svcttssi of the nuMgiu* of profit which were
ielej.M-d and is published ihjn, wiui thia fall in the rata ol Agreement of the Conference ol reduced about two year* ago
jMD-cwilh. profit* the general credit situation 'he Working Commit tee under should be restored
ui the various classes of trade war the Oils and Fat* Ann
You. ic* icncy.In October, oecomina unsatisfactory. _
1946. we were appointed a Com- Tr* Committee rc-liic dial Ketonueai.at.
th the following terms of thc wuuiiirr is being adverse!) <> Oeaseral
reference affected by an upward trend In the ' * conauinar
to review the earning arrange- cotl of |ivina du0 ^ worW condi- ..t2rt-*d. "* I*"0*" >* ,
ments for the control of prices tlom. ovn. vhKh Mltber * nor rt^f* jnuat * f^f wJfn
rhh particular reference to the .. looa, aulhori,,,* can ex
rxpenienev of reviewing such .. real control. The distributor
airanKt i
present day nmaniooi ana to m operating expenses
recommend at torn there- ordl,r lo ^^m Ine employee io
commodities are in short supply
then
of the Controller f Supplf** Assuru, iBoottj
where this can be done without Aspirin (Howard's)
affecting the price which 'he Aspirin (Burroughs & Welcome)
lonsumer has tepay. Aspirin (Nu Pax)
25 Paailtry Keeper* Rer;e- Aapro Tables
sentation* were made to the Com- "B" Forte Tablets
original level. mittee by the Barbados Poultry Beecham'* Pills
(> ttpasUir Asaociatton for an increase In the (a( 5ug,r coated
19. slsasskeepcrs: with regard price J poultry products, pr- |D) peart coated
lo the representation* made B9 HcuUrly eggs. The Association, uetapiexin
shopkeepers, thc Committee feel whose activities have contributed peuxin
that where excessive losses are greatly to poultry improvement R_,._in Tablet*
-----as| by pilferage. rats, in the Island, does ool include the p| powder
*ther etc. an improvement
majority of small producers; thc ~ 'T
The Cesnnuttee iherefore management appears to be lodl- latter are not entirely dependent ZT^
meet the increasing cost of living.
We now have thc honour to haa increased salaries. It must be
submn our report. admitted however that, in many
2. At their nrsi meeting the cosef) ,. appeared to the commit-
Commitlee detided that in order ^ that the salaries, including
-1 carry out thssr terms of refer- bonus, of the clerical staff in the
old be necessary to oh- middle and lower grades, were
by no means adequate to meet the
J52 Ppe**'m day n'a"h rost of living.
9. Some distributors repre-
ssed that, under present condi-
prlces were being con-
the l7ght of h hTT teTmeet a ZZ recommend that- cated and suggest that tbs> on imported feed th* cost of Which JJ s* _.
1*4. Jnd to ^ '? rT^InSJle? Z n <*,) * iirmM ot ^dtuOU, increased cost of wrapping paper has substantially increased T>e ** A*,cPotSr,
animal feed, and similar f0uld be partly met by a more Committee recommend that, m California Syrup of figs
commodities which are restricied use. Some increase 1 stead of meeting the request oi Carters "jiver Pills
limited by an allocation (he amount of profit now allowed the Association which is not an Caacara Evaruant
approved by the Ministry i retailers should be made in unreasonable one, the consumer Castor Oil
of Pood should continue to those cases where no undue vuild be better served by the Cocoa Butter
be controlled by the present increase In the price of goods to resnoval of price control on all Cod Liver Oil
methods of import lieans- consumers will result. More defln- poultry product*. Such action Cod Liver Oil & Malt
ing and the Axing of ite reeommerelations cannot be
prices. made In view of the paucity of
(b) Coniniodit.es purchased the factual evidence submitted
from dollar sources which The Committee deprecate any
will continue to be in short large Increase in these profits
supply for some time to since they feel that such action
come should remain under may result in the opening of more
the present system ol con- shops and a corresponding rrduv-
trols. lion in average profits
II. When commodities are in 20. WhelsaaWra: On the basis
idHasa and the manner keep down the cost of commodi- free supply, the Committee con- of figures submitted, the Com- trie*, the present system of control -v-"*,-. Meurophosphates
m which the difference -ties to the consumer at the ex- alder that the abolition or price mittee recommend that the profits >nol:id be maintained. Perrolplain
between such imported pense of a reasonable profit to cc.ntrol will result in competition allowed on articles included in J? ]n conclusion, the Com bv.,^ r-rnnound
prices .md selling prices the iraoe. The Commitlee ap- which wUl kaep prices at the the Schedule to the Control of nit tee" desire to place on record (ZLmJiAn
was spread between preciated that there was some lowest possible level. In an over- prtoeg (Defence) (Amendment) their appreciation of the valuable y?r**3i,b- ,,.
profits and other charges truth in this complaint populated country such as Bar- Ordar, IBM. No. U should be {.salstance which baa been given iCircJrt ^
of distribution 10. The Committee wish to bados where there is difficulty in adjusted lo parmlt a weighted to thembv the aVcrsnary Mr. F. A. ?,'!L *
3' In order to obtain Informa- mallr "peelnl reference to the re- finding employment, a r*aiei average gross profit of approxiro- Bishop. ISO., and atr. C. O. *ily nr
tioii .n (he lirst point u Notice Ul1 or sm11 shopkeeper elusa .f mtmber of persons enter the tely 10*~. to the wholesaler. If Nonrts. Oum Alloes
was t,utilisiicd in the Prcs. asking nsalmi iTTtgM to the ottentlon > this group are foodstuff* the countries and the resulting com- the Committee recommend that ^ P f) Mc DF.PMOTT saKydrofet. Perox.de
o7[h^ comnuttre an\ matter whkh ',,lcps of which ft*d b> PeiWon '* "^** to '" COT- "*'>'t charges by wholesaler, to j RYE*EY DASH^
thev 1 de ca can wit .In he W^ff "largtn of proUt Repre- ,umer. slMipkeepers should be waived l3CT F. A. BISHOP.
umrfreterSt^f^rc^mit. sWlBtaima were made that the l6 At the present tune, many otss-erlea- Evidence ..< "Secretary.
SVf IZZ'Z re^^ 5- V2J^~U!?2T 'Aj^J^SZJSS'^SZ rtLttc$*Z- ?* CcatUO, Committee
ence 11
tntn
(a) Informa*. 1 on froi
possrble source which
would indicate weakness-
es in ttte present organ,- t
satlon of price control. trolled not only for the purpose
(b) Detailed figures showing of protecting the public from
imported costs of com- possible malpractice but also to
rhould encourage poultry pro- (a) Allen aV Hansbury'*
duct Ion and. in lime, should lead (b) Other kinds
to more plentiful supplies and Cystex
lower price* Dettol
M. Ls saber aakfl aMasjtaa: DeWitts Kidney fc Uver PiUs
Although no representation* were rjoaris Backache at Kidney Pill* Ijmbrell.
received from dealers In lumber Dodd's Kidney Ji Uver PHis Vnderwear (except
and shingles, the Cotnmittee con- pjwbrocation B) Dollar Sources)
: ider that, since these iteans arv ij0'5 pvult Salt
inly obtained from dollar coun- 1^-,, m^
I-aatbei Goods
Unen Piece Gooosall kinds
Mats
Mirrors
Netting
Oilcloth
Overalls
Overcoats. Macintoshes and Rain-
coals
Perambulatorsall kinds
Pillows
Pillow Cases
Plastic Goods
Pyjamas
Rubber Good*
Stationery
Serviettes
Sewing Cotton
School Exercise Rooks
Shirt* (except those from Dollar 1
Sources)
Shorts 4 Vests
Silk Piece Good'
Suits at Coats
Table Cloths
Toilet Requisites
Towels
Trunks
RHEUMATISM
and agonising
BACKACHE
CONE!
Ohfllaat*
cmiplalali
r.ll<4 t>r
KRUSCHIN
Mm
White Drill'
Woollen Pjfcc Goods
,(11111111 5
texcppl
(a) firke Davit ** Co
''.\ Nevenhele-. the ,, . .,,.1, ..rtln, .od tt eunmcy ur,.; "?X taS 5 isi^w are- 5,h 'ul*"
ThouRh there had been
deal cf contror*y
und eUewbm an the price
and the con ofllvlnetn the colony , lhi! , ,<,,
mernlly. Ihero a- no response form u valuabll. ,rvl,
1M.
Blhe eoneral
lire
to the stand that at the Supply Oflicers usually t
Kl ciencai woik u.*ie -i ^~ iit, T-r-u Tr*iM
the to*, ot rllvy wh._* Cjndto ITAa laa.
i
lodes (Plain)
lodex Methyl Sal
1 Irndol A.
Krusrhen Salts
Helpers Malt & Oil
Linseed
mi-'.i The following specific
figure were requested
i i Gross profit and net profit
percentages on turnover
for each year, and on
IM4 as base year.
.1.. nprriiting expenses for
each year as percentages
on turnover and on 1M4
as basa j>ear.
(O Details of wages paid to
various classes of em-
ployes*; for each year.
ft. The various groups and In-
divid nut firms co-operated readily
with the Committee in furnish-
ing tho requested data and th<
Cosniiiittee wish to record Its ap-(
preci;i'i(Mi of this co-operation,
will lie understood, however.
the prcpnration and colli
Cereals (escept from DoUar Usterine Antiseptic
public to' this onmmuVtr^Thc distribution of hmference held In OcTober 1SH9 JJ "^ JJ^ ESmfXX. n At*"'-------------- Lydu> P^h.""' Compound
goods throughout the rural ureas, m-ommendation was made to cash ana ny ,^-""""1??" Caee IS 1W.1
... dssjgff to obtain factual mutt be realised thai the large the effect that the Conference 1.0 benent; In fact be is md rectly Essence II* R fttlv
and accurate data from the dis- incriase in lhe number of shops -agreed that .n many eases thc subatdititif the extra costs Incur- Coff Ifcjtf' eS^i-rt, T-nwIer
trlbutors. a request was made to mu8t h,ve ^m , B ....(..I- jj1^ lA J& ...nt,,.!. wouE red l.v the **0*m -WCrgr Cus,ar(1 Powd McCleans Stomach Prmder
the owners of small shops, grocer- Uoll Jn overage turnover and have Ihe effect of siimulalniK 'i'""" "''",,. "' *** Fish aimed fc Bottled and in ^"^""'r
ksC dry goods, hardware, whole- hence in profit. The deputation competition which should result down prices to the cash and ^^ (except from Dollar Matncarla Powde:
provision stores to sub- which inlervlewed the Commit- ,., a lowering of price-: Supply <-*rr> _^1<>'V*'' ','"" Vl'L".?...- Areas)
mlt audited statements lor each tee represented that: Ollu-crs fhought. In some cases, recommend that the distrioutoi Fiulw k j^^^ Canned
bu-mess yaw for the period Considerable losws were mc Colonies nad r
involved through pilferage, engaged In general
Neko Soap (If.)
Palatolplain
Palatolcompound
1 Dollar Parafln Liquid
rats and weather," were rssceaaary or economic in mendauon is a-ceptea. the LOtn- Areas) Petrolatum (White>
(b The freight charges by relation to the volume of busmen mittee co.jsider that there ,u Be Gelai.Ne .______ Petrolatum (browin
wholesale supplies^ should curried on It was agreed there- no rieed to tac-^wJ^\t*r>ln Mt-Canned I Bottled (except phensic Tablets
be withdrawn
low a nee made to 1
such charges; and
(Cl The price of paper
wrapping goods htid
al- fore that
although 11 remained ol pio.it presently permitted
necessary to retain controls on frorery items. We recommend
foodstuffs, the experiment should thai the items shown in Schedue
at least be tried of freeing its <>> ->i '" '"* *"f&
many other eominodlUaa as p& '-o removed trom v
The
these groups of traders.
frou. DoUar Areas)
Meat 1 Vegetable Extracts
Taste--Meat or Pish, conned or
bottled
Hckles- all kinds
>-olishe<
Preservesiams, marmalades, etc.
Saucesall kinds
5^>ups-canned
Tho "picas and Condiments
ood that lurtnei sup- "w s>i~i "-*"; /"T Teanselraae
from a m-ommenda- Committee consider that the; best iesS-s^aiwd bottled
the Conference on Interests of the customer will be *^E2ZrCXLJG2
Sacrool
or Scrubbs Ammonia
P
should
control
large "Increase since the slble from price control regula- I ". df ** snd hard-
.natitutlon of prico control tlons It would always be possible ware stare,: The Committee hav.
and considerably affected to re-impose controls if such giver.consideration to the facts
their proflU. action proved necessary- tt is and figures placed before them>y
figures submitted by the also understood that further up-
amall mopkespers asere not con- port comes
rs sSmrsA EA%&mg ^5xkB: ^'^.^i^^^ ix ass
reached there was a likelihood or vigorous and. accordingly, recommend that W Su phathiaaole
1 For record purposes. M comietitlon in the market, price such action bt taken. SCBrDULK 2 Sulphaquandlne
/should be mentioned, at this control should be graduali> reuresentitives of lhe r,cht Unl BaU-1*'? Theominal Tablets
1hi. material took a long time and 'M" thmt th9 Control' of Prices removed. It ld so for been *** '^'^J'"^^ew L1'^^,5^' r* Sda ,"r\ *$!*
involved a considerable delay in )r5efcnce, Order. 1M2. reguJatcd found poaslbie to apply such a ^e ^^iUee that the pHces of Sj Elecf* Lamp !^tZ^w
the-aeliberations of the Committee, wholesale and retail prices of the policy more to consumer goods JJJ/jgSSMS able., alum rs-K-s X"- ^*"i!2LTL
I. As soon as the necessary m- mam items of foodstuff* on thc fcon to food Muffs where it was gM?M"g!JgT* "JB ^'^"^^ VaselUieborated
formation had been received' and p.^ of fixed pro*.. At that necessary for r.thr more ff^n^l^t'izJ VlTshSSsT' vSS vlSS
considered by the Committee, re- time, the weighted average fross """^^^io^ the resold * "-ntam as they are at present Ha^Xhery (hard) Pipes. Cig- XjfJ Vt^On0,
prcacntat.ves of each part cuiar pronta on IW "reed W Conference ^^%jgL^^ 24. Commb-viof, Merchant. ir,lu. holderV CigareUe cases. Y fWlda
type of business were Intarvlawad margin amounted to bou -0^ \'[ * >8^s3isT^gS1X The Commission Merchants' Asso- Lighters and rfoap^ishes Zln"- **
by the Committee and required to for wholesalers and 15^ '"JJT !rT^^*ciiml Tneludin* that ciaon presented to the Com- Haberdashery (soft) ToSacco sCRrort-E
elaborate the information submit- tailers. The prices of dry goods |hat pr*ts> '^JSgli?B mittee that thc commissions whlcu pouches. Purses, Sponge Bags. _
ted and clarify any points raised and hardware were ^ntroUed frf l^,ViLPI ii^s possible^ re allowed on all of the more Paper Serviettes. Face Ti-ru Bedstead:
Phillies Milk of y-f*-
Pliosforlnc
Riylosan
Pillules. Ashton A Parsons
Tinctures do.
Polytaxm Capsules
Rendell's quinine pessaries
Saccharine Tablets (Parke Davis Jacksall kind*
& C
Agricultural implcmeni
Agricultural Forks)
Aluminium Sheets
Aluminium Manufactured Article*
Artisans' Tools (except Chisels,
Saws and Files)
Bar Iron and Mild Steel Bars
Batteries all kind-; except Fta-h-
llght .
Bievcle and Bicycle Parts
Bicycle Tyres and Tubes
Bolts and Nuts
Brooms and Urushes
Cement
Cleanser*
Coolpot-; and Iron Pots
Cooking Utensils in Iron and Steel
Copper Sheeting
Copper Manufactured Article*
Cutleryall kinds
Enamelled Ware
Electrical Equipmcvt wire and
accessories used in commercial
and Domestic installations
F.lectrlcal Spare Parts
Electrical apparatusall kinds not
specifically mentioned
Farthenware all kinds
Enamels and Varnishes
Everite Sheets
Flashlights and Torches
FlashllKl-t Batteries and Bulb*
llaivalwd Buckets aiul Other Ves-
sels
r.arden Hose
Grindstones
Clue
Ironmongeryall kinds
IronsSad and Box
Sufferers from
rheumallam will
be interested Id
the sxperlsnca
related lo this
man's letter :
"Some years
ago 1 began to
feel rheumatism
la my arms and shoulders. Then
pafaa started in the small of my
ba-V, incremalns until they wars
really sarere. I bought a bottle
of Kruschen and was orprised to
flod that I got a little relief. I
bought another and before it was
OnlshfHl all ray pains had goa^
and from that day l.avo not
appeared again. My j.ilns were
nbaLlnsta and the relief really
aurprissd me."TJt.
Rheumatic pains and backache
at* usually toe result of polsona
in the bloodpoIbods which laiy
bow^le and tired kidneys are
falling to expel. For those
complaints there Is no finer
treatment than Kruscben Salts,
which cleanses all the Internal
organs, stimulates tbsm to nor-
mal healthy acltou and thus
restores freshness and vigour.
All Chemists and Stores sail
Kruscben. *
FREE YOURSELF
from the
BONDS OF
CONSTIPATION
with
MORSES
SPILLS
INDIAN
ROOT
'>.i>
rtxtW, b"laixa*al
raitMan ill Wi
,-~ posil
d its ap--1;
vi thatM j,
Umlon o'|sh,^
.^rdwarp were
b member, of the Committee, in under the Price of Good' (Da- ta.rU*^*VI^rttta?*,JSMld 7mVon"it"liem. of lood.tuffs have and KlMMX BicvelM
.ittee mc, re- lenec, Order IMS which ..Hewed ^7 Jfca^O -Jgg ?*, Ch.ngl .in the, were r.u^.r. .Includlnj, Thermo, Blanket
this way. thc Comn
lampsall kinds
Leather
Leather GoodsManufactured
Leatherette
LeathersChamois
Unseed Oil
Locks and Keys
Lubricating Oil (eitcept from Dol-
lar Sources)
Motor Cars. Vans and Moto-
Cycles
Motor Trucks and other Motoi
Propelled Vehicles
Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycla
Parts
(a) Bulbs
(b) Spark plugs
(c) Tyres and Tubes
(d) All other parts
Nails
NettingWire
Plywood and Wood substitutes in
hole sheets
til-.* .a-, .ai'
s> btiM ionic i,
_" Ml e VII ' i a..w-->
usider important items of foodstuffs have
^Biz^x. inn^r^'t^^r ^^rt^i xt^^BB '^RSgS?anBS SSfcS. ~ ^r "- "-
SSTinnd. .tnre, Sholciie and The Control ot pru and Paten < 9*a" '> ~ .S*? were l.osed on thc aver.,e prMIt ln.eedclde. ... BranierM, (excapt thM. Irom Arucles
Tho prl
price
Items
cost of most of ?u,bl*err*Goods
that time, the *'-* Oil
Soap
is~:Ssafsesws&em Ramwa i
1T",',\ rUt r"i T STc' lUPpliM ' "' druap^. by .ible level
able II. A. Cuke. (. .B.a. M l-.v *, ,.,(. mm whle
,ccountin nrm of Mesrs n,ed prlc**
rovell :md Skerte attended 12. The CommiUee conald^. .,
mcft.nc of thc Committee to e- ,h,t thenc Order, have liecn .chleved. the control ot prices Merchai.u Alatioii *,'!'
pUin in more delnil the v.riou. .natively admlnlllered in the ,ould be re-irtltuted In any rented thai the prolii a owe or,
document, which h:,d been .ub- . f llxed eatabllahmcnt.. bal event, the Committee canuder S^WlMjIMaH b. altered (Tea
mrtted by thl. nrm it ha. been Impoulblo lo exer- ,h.t a rwiew of profit marjlti. itajd awMW rale w a per
1. Fro,., 0 careful and detailed c|,c an, effectlvccontrol over the ahould be made in twelve <1) "P.^J'^-'Xir.Zurn M 2-5
inveiation of the accounts tub- huduter trade alnce there h. montluf time. .k T^ ^XmHtei i^coinSe that aolphei. Pill,
mlttcd hv the v.riou. nroup. of been no co-oper.Uon on the part IB. II tbe recommendaUoi, that The Committee reeognlre th. ,..,.,.
and a. .1 result of our of the general public The num- Item. In free .upply .hould. be "'
cusslons with repre- bar of projcutlon and convic withdrawn from prti
r, nf thele roup, we tlon. in 1M were and B for accepted, tlw Ci
the net 13
Dollar Sources)
Canvas
Caps (Man's at Boy's)
Carpets, Ruga, ate.
Corsets . Girdles
Putty
pumpsCycle and Motor Car
Rope. Twine, Cord and Hemp
Scales and Balances
ShadesLamp other than glass
p-oved"". ,,/beV*; SE5%Zt^&&X& 1e. Soap i MeSSW g ,^ece"cSd, (e.cep, thec IZT,
fSjFtftSSf'J^S tSSUfSLStX. SS J- *t*^ rSTiSSZ SOUrW' irnVeeTs'and T,n Manufactur
Pencils Pens
SCHEDULE J
Agarol
Alka Seltzer
trsKler^;
vstrlous
sentatl,
increased overhead costs, the
control is present amount allowed as com-
nittee recom- mission which Is the same a-
irgtns of before the war is inadequate and
'
dealo.-;
lu
The Committee have not prices of which will continue to should be made
Crystals
Alum Powder
Analgesic Balm (Parke Davis
Co),
allowanro Atvteewi Liver Salts
t the discretion Aspirin IBayerj
Crib Sheeting
Drills 4. Twills
FibreCocoa nut
s*umlture i. Cabinet Ware.
rludiog office furniture
Metal a Wood
HaberdasheryHard
HaberdasherySoft
I Handkerchiefs 4- Ties
JSiaery (except Men's from Dol- Wicks
lar Sources)
Articles
Turpentine and Turpentine Sub-
stitute
of Tallow
Utensils (Sloclrlc) Irons, toasters.
Sets
refrigerators
W C. Lavator;
WiretU kind
Wood Preservative*
Zinc Sheets.
NEWS FROM BRITAIN
.._____.. .... i... ..,.!.., ,,- iit i^w-in has incrcaslMlv considered thai I remember, for instance, the
By David Temple Roberta
I ONDON atari by dealinil with Ihe problem ha incrca.mly considered that
Berb.il Morrison. In 1 h c of Arab refuec In Tram-Jordan those who are not "*'"""?"
FerelKii S.^i.-ur.'. r.Kl-decoraled He will do thl. to try and rellevi B|a rat Ihem. So lhe Perttan
Lfc* oveTlookiK. S.. Jume.-. the burden on that country Then decision to ban the bro.dc.su
iSrk. U recatvuff an >mUn< he V& Iry to make peace be- of lhe Voice of Amwiea looked
irrW of appeal, to Lome ,wl. the stale of Israel and the to lhe Americans, like most
"ScklV. The Uniu-U States Kiu.don. of Jordan Mr. Morrison daimarous move ,ow,1'^ '"'
M V be.ur7ie< ,el he i^Spuned Ml "* rVr.,^ hand in insisting on year. al,i and II beam no com- |,|
,:.;. t< a'J^HT, """ *""""* no Sv,e, nmtration .In any ,,a.iMn v.lL the^ ca lltat mm AM
|Vmr Power ecnfensicv. Gerrnanv
that s<*emed to be at Issue was But there Is a principle involved
whether u letter lo an M.P. is that stands above party polities
"privileged" as well as prlvale. And what matters. It seems to luaX
convicted of ritual This idea of privilege is one of is .-. .h. House of Commons can
mote colony. It the basic liberties of Parliament
remember, for instance,
rase where Parliament inter-
vened at the last moment In th
fate of
murder ii
was learned l"> Parliament that developed over SOO years. It
the men would be hanged the mmt jeiou,iy guarded by Mem- OI ;he rts" to '** *>Plnlon * a
following da> The whole House WM Qt parliament because nu.....'
met ir. the mornings I.:
dissipated tbioughou*
mally lengthy sittings.
Ruffled novernment feelings
iiulucod by tlie Opposition tactics
in the effort to break its stnyine
ho'holds views vastly con- powers has lead to some research
JOINT AND
AAUSCLE PAINS
Ma>y memn kidney troubfo
A faaction of the kidneys is to
eliminate harmlui impurities from
tb* systasn. If the kidnrys pro-
aluggish, these iinpiinue**' (un.-
olate and aetlle sod often become
a cans* of pain id joints aad
nestles. The way to tackle tbc
trouble is to help the kidneys.
TJaey shonlil b<* loned ap wiib
De Witt's Pills -the medicine
made STjascisIlp lor this tMitpoic.
De Wkt-s Pill- have' seothmg.
cssaassBC and antiseptic action on
the kidoeys trmt pmgt ft
back to perform thrtr ,- . n i
function properly. This v,>i.
tried mediune is sold all over
iJ thc world and we have man.,
I letters frosn siiflerers IrUir.R
^ of relief gained, after yeaii
* Of suffering, by taking De
Witt's Pills. Try them
for your trouble. Go to
your chemist a:
gstatapptj
lorla*
still become so zealous m defence
A* Mr. Murrisun was getlinR
Id be most ^rBtdled to see m*d w his new itatT in the
nm Tho West Qernian_ poUll- Foreign Office this weak, he must
Members a tight
of speech In Parliament
._ fear of the law of libel
Soviet infiltration In any iiarisaH wiUi the case that arose And n wa aJway* thought that Jt
, they said that tlie Voice of this we.lt escapt that it aroused k]w v ,v,mu\-u, freedom and
._L.._ \._^.^J....l ^ a.. Dua'. lli inwa a>..r> Baf pvrllir>n*nl
rv to their own.
The "Spirit" ol The Home
.an. both Chrlstatn Democrat llkV fl,ulu1
,nd Sotiali't, spe:!* regretrully fro.n rni,\if
uf Mr. BevU''' nirure ot Ut>"
foreign OtTIm-. which tbej- ate
iiicluied irt a'sociatP exchiilvi-ly
.iih |,.. rimu' in disinanUing
Garman factories They would
Ids* to see .I Mr MorTi;on it
mole flexible.
fhe French Foreign Ofllce rtlgc
thai relations between
Lsondon ;i'id Paris have been
etsasS-gMlriod and sometimes im-
rascrsEariiy brusqui
. ptgri hsffi llrat opportuiiity
tat tudylng the new Minister nt
iirtcrs with hU arrival
here recently to take par*
in the crucial seventh session of
the (V.mmlttee of Ministers of the
Council of Europe.
di Mi I would certainly
i to Pakistan and In.ii -
I Of muie xtcttsivc visit* tha :
i out I uii his way
back frosn Ihe Colombo Confer.
,.,, But the fact uf the mallei
.. that Mr Morrison has little
..me foi hi-- trips He has a high
ilecislonri ot> hi'
,lwk thai haTg mounted In tlie
: while Mr. H.-V111 ..
been intermittently 111. There U
n policy to be workiii
uui qulckbr for thc Poieigr,
' Conference which
we -ill presume will take plac-
a Middle Eastern pt>Uc>
wJu.h I nispact will be quite a
change from Mr. Bevln's.
I think Mr. Mca-risdn wfl.
ncomlng new-.
ticuiarly alarm-
ing K.vent- arc moving so fo-i
Uier.' that 1 cannot otlempt to
co\*er tlieiii hi this cornmentur>
But there 19 one clue I can give
you to understanding what H
"'lappcning in Persia. Ii Is
,.,untry wluvre BritbJi and
American policy i< hmdiuneti
tally at variance. Britain has
1.1 ways been satisiied with Per<-.|j
a a neutral country This has
t.^nrv'." Slvph opportunities for Britisl
**' -.-. a-,.,-,,! nl ilni-,.livlil
the sme son of excitement
|n th:
(-"
iiiuT,ias.it> to writers of letters to
Member of MPV During the war. for in-
letter "ia*ita, ihousaiids of men
into the procedure of the H
m order to find out whether the
Government has any means cf
effectively calling a halt to thc
Schoolboy rapture' over the oppositions tactics. Over a 100
rival of the last day of term labour backbenchers think they
--- msifnlflcani compared *- a clue to solution of the
America broadcasts to Persia
were inflammatory and unlnten
:. i..,i',v provided tlie Soviet- ,
.;,i, *i men in inw "...... -.- -....-..-.
fron. tnm a V.esr of the ehurch of ">med services wrote frank letters Sheeted the arrival of Thurs- ^
Knglond which wa, violentl;. their M.Ps on the understand- * ^If JX"^ W.gg. Metnber for Dudley, they
Her a succession of davs and !* taUed a tkm that on any
- t_ day on which prayers for the
oiriers
Irohnl
dieiL'
Pmsia
leports
Hint this
iliiiUler uf Defence. Mr. G.E.C
.otintry where It is difficult 'for" .I't.^Mnericon. and ionta,uad mg that nothi
tlu- LOliiV of the true Western view-., rather cynically expressed. M P could br
Alli-< u be Wvtlglit into htrr- " th* kmd usuaUy put out by m.l.t.,ry charge against them. That.
lony Thi'. of course makes It ng written
the
all the
in the
asler for Bovtel.
i try
\ TttZ^%2!3% tnnul.ment of ministerial .
pressure Mawd by the opposition. KUt torwnrd nn ale
A Mailer of Opinion
-r uf tin- vicar and his bishop. -
iciv are many line points of law Labtur back-bencliers adopted the *
.->lved especially u a Bishop of ''ovel technique twice recently JJ,
of walking out of debates, teavinr *
only two or three fron' benchi
ifhiPncJ 'n:' Tbc Mitnlier of Parliament
Mho received the letter uknosr- Th
' ittmd it with a shOffl nou- to Its mvotvfSl especially as a Bishop
rnder and himself vni lhe letter the church of England can bo__
rt to the vicar** superior, his and Dr. Chovaas* happens to be
The House of Coinmon.. ihe. bisiioo. Dr Chm'ssse. the I-nrrl a member of tho House of Lords listen to flip diatribes ot the otnc
week, roused itself lo OtW of it- *h~t of TtOche-t*r. l)i C'hev- Unfoilunutely this rase arouses! sd' Evi Mr Speaker ras leet
commercial developments of iis exciting inomenl* over a question Mac, it Ls understood, wrote to party passions Conservatives caught up in the troubWi water.
oil. and It guards Rnt v-iiy lo the Cf liberty .nnd the snlije.: l the .iropngnndising vicar :.iul were Inclined automatlctilly to stirred by wearisome fining* con-
Persian Gulf and the Indian always find it excitini; in OWi sugg-^tctl he ought to resign, defend their member and Soc'al- llm lr,K ,mo ,ho pnr|y rfottw of th*
Ocean at the least expense. But. Purliamint roused. Justly or un- Those are the clear tact* of the ,** nutomatically to denounce morning. The sultry inrod in
since the war. American policy justly, on an Issue such as thi*. case. The question of principle hira. which members on all sid^s have
liquor of nny kind should be sold
or consumed In the Members'
smoking-room.; or elsewhere with-
in the precincts of the House of
Commons "after 10 p.m." Sine*
it is the Labour Members who
gfg walking out of the debating
chamber "after 10 p.m." these
nights, the Tories probably feel a
Wek Is being shaped to beat the
backs of somebody other thnn
the Tories.
USE MORE
DISTILLED WATER
" rtfrf"ic#r--s rmiave moiton rrnei him m tht
same pfcscs f*f."
"Oi emrtt ti nrm
. IiirSafSf.
n\r> .,
- 4f HM-i sh des> >tf
tan Hr'iR th* uisr (*.
oa'ri- *oir "
" U > ihttr fontf Ittnej marrhet to
tht o-n-rsMos-sl lOM that net Mr'
rfftirri."
and I do *or\ t'rm. %/oa don't
Ji< mitita'u ttcrttt uith ^tumqet m
umdoti Express Seme*


SI NDAT, APRIL 1. 1951
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
P.w;r 11 i \ i v
THE YOUNG
ALSO SERVE
BY JANET LOWELL WALKER
Would you tike to know what I think of M.P.s who suggest that oHicars should have horses
and that the age-limit for soldiers should be raised'"
___ .. ________ LouOoo EfcOrM Sorriae
Slimming...It's The Men
Who Start Best
llj < IIAI'.M Y\ I'lM III II
BALLET FOR ORLANDO
THE CAT
Five Voices Off The Stage Will Help Tell His Story
OVERWEIGHT women far
more sorioualy hanmcappr Burplua (at than corpulent men of
llio Nime size, and must sailer
Rrpater heart-strain as a result.
A fai Hirtonc woman i* as
badly burdened as her slim cisler
would be it sentenced lu carry Iwo
fully packed suitcases around for
the rest of her life.
These startling fact's have
emerged from ingenious Medical
IU'oarch Council experiment* on
obesity, which have revealed Ihat
all stout people are carrying far
more deadweight fat than doctor*
thought possible.
Working al Cambridge Uni-
versity. Prfr*u>r Robert Mei^aiiee
..ml IV. KIMr \VlddowMB have
devised a simple method of
meaaurng the exact amount of
fat in any person's body. This
has not boon possible before.
Tne person under test drtnkl a
tumblerful of bitter liquid, and
later eels mi in,eclion. Uy blood
tettl the scientists can then
nssess the total Vetght of fat in
the body.
A corpulent lb-stone man was
found to be carrying
i i;ii Bui .hi H-stone
woman of slmilur build was
saddled with more Hion nine
stones.
Tlie scientists found a further
rhy women must suffer
more Ill-health und exhaustion
from excessive weightthe pro-
portion of muscle to fat is much
lower in their bodies.
The fattest men in the tests had
roughly one pound of musi le for
i very pound of fat. Hut the
stoutest womi'ii had only half this
amount
Is It Seme?
(andldalCN for thr higher
post* must also have had at
Irasl three years' experience
Royal Romance.
THIS stamp brings you a
fairy tale that came true.
The Emperor of Persia fell In
1 ve with Soraya a girl of 18
through her photograph and in a
g--wii of e.OOO diamonds she be
cama his bride three weeks ago
No other royal romance has
appeared ao quickly on a stamp.
The set of six costs 2s. 2d.J.A.A.
L.E.K.
in resevch or development
work, and preferably have
had experience In fluerinr
chemistry. Appointments will
Involve a short Initial p.....tl
of . .
'THIS advertisement gives awuy
one of the Government's most
closely guarded atomic secrets--
the precise purpose of the 10.-
0O0.UOO factory being built at
Capenhursl. near Chestar.
The two words "fluorine*
chemistry" make it clear to any-
one who has read the published
U.S. report on atomic energy
that uranium 235the exploalvo
used In the Hiroshima bombis
to be made at the factory.
I am doing no possible harm
by pointing this out. The secur-
ity authorities scrutinised !l.
advertisement before it WM pub-
lished.
They knew tiint military at-
tachel In foreign embassies wouM
glean every scrap of information
from it. But they decided that
without Including the two vital
words they would not be able to
recruit the specialised scientists
they need.
This was n damaging decision
In my view the security authori-
ties are taking the lazy way out
of their difficulties.
Every week, in technical Journ-
als which arc sent abroad, Govern-
ment advertisements make dis-
closures giving unfriendly coun-
tries most valuable information
about our defence plans.
They give the exact localionf of
brink Anna working on guided
missiles and radar. Ily revealing
tlie type of technicians needed at
secret research stations they dis-
close the kind of work going on
there.
From the frequency with which
Certain advertisements appear for-
eign agents can guess where de-
fence work is held up by staff
shortages.
Whnt could they do? Most of
the jobs could be advertised
through private box numbers
This would at least hide the loca-
tions of important targets.
When highly apvcialised men
are needed they could be ap-
proached privately. For the Capen-
huist jobs, for instance, there are
so few fluorine experts In Britain
that they could hnvo been written
to individually.
Post-war advertisements have
revealed the exact location of
nearly every important defence
Station and factory. Now they at*
giving away far too much about
the work going on there.
This serious source of leakage
in our security screen should be
plugged immediately, before
further damage is done.L.E.S
"Fluorine: a greeniah-yeUou1
rorroiirc van. mill in ertraeling
(he cxpiotivr uranium 235 from
harmless uranium metal.
Orlando, a marmalade-coloured
cat who stalks a kitchen in South
Munms.. Middlesex, will be the
subject of a ballet being created
for the new Festival Garden*
amphitheatre in Hattersea
But Orlando is quite obll
to his fame. He lives in quiet
contentment with two Slnmese
UttBni ."id a Welsh sheep dog
named Jasper.
The cat belongs to authoress
Kathleen Hale. He is the sec-
ond of the line. The first Or-
lando died four years ago at the
age of 13.
Grey-hnired, 52-year-old Miss
Halo wrote the story of Orlando's
Silver Wedding in 1B44. This year
she celebrates her OWQ silver
wedding and her tale has been
chosen by the Group The.itre for
the Festival ballet.
In private life authoress Hale
is Mr*. Me Clean, housewife and
mother of 20 and 17-year-old
sons.
Bringing Orlando to life is
Sadler's Wells dancer Harold
Turner. Sally Gilmour. who will
leave Carousel for 10 weeks, will
dance Orlando's wife Grace.
There will bo no corps de
ballet but a troupe of Ifl indivi-
dual dancers.
Miss Hale also designed 'he
scenery, the cofciumes. and wrote
the lyrics lor the bullet
U is thrHIIng to w:.teh the
Story rome alive," she said to-
day. "The costumes, particularly
for the glrl, must he very femi-
nine and yet portray the charac-
ter of the cat. We have hbd to
be most careful to make thiin
unlike artificial pantomime cats
Composer Arthur Benjamin
who wrote the score, has had the
idea of placing five vocalists In
the orchestra pit. They will act M
additional instruments, tilling in
the story where dancing and
mime cannot convey the full de-
tails.
The ballet must be ready loi
the opening at the amphi-
theatre on May 3. Then the big
question will be weatherit it
is wet Orlando will have to take
hi* silver wedding partv else-
where.
from left Ui right: Two
Siamese cat* and Orlando II.
Oa suard In fra.nl: Jaaper the
Wrli* -li.fii ilu
I..B.H.
In this American rtt* hoy.
and tirk do volunlrrr MW
work, operate ihelr o i
buslnrsae* and Use suc-
cessful radio -in'"
From "The Latdsvllle Courier
Journal "
It was three o'clock In Uic
afternoon. The dismissal bell
iang ai Atherton High (second-
ary School in Louisville. Ken-
tucky, in the American South.
L'bby Schwartz ran to her loik
er. tossed in her books; put on
her coat and hurried to the bus.
It was Wednesdayher after-
noon for work at the Jewish
Children's Home A few minutes
later *he raa going through the
'.-uls of the ion\.descent home.
Talking with Uie little boys and
girla there. The youngster* kept
.battering about a new boy they
teemed to think was strange. Ha
tried all the time and he would
i l play with anybody, they said,
ml he did not talk the wa> they
did.
Tlie supervisor told Libby Uiat
the new boy spoke only Hebrew
and that was why he was so
lonely and why the oUicr children
thought him stranic Libby
found the unhappy little boy in o
corner by himself sobbing. She
went up to him and spoke softly
,n Hebrew. His reaction was Im-
nedlate. Smiling for the lira'
on' La days, he threw his arms
about Libby's neck crying out
in Hebrew. "Oh. 1 love you!" A
teen-age social worker had done
another good Job.
Libby's story could be repealeJ
some 200 times. There are ilia.
many girls from various second-
ary school* in Louisville enrolled
In n volunteer programme through
which each mil Hives at least
two hours a week-often more
to won at a welfare ;mciwy
The tevn-nge vohitit< ei pi
proVlng her usefulness as a junloi
Citlren. According tu Mrs
Italph P. 1-ong. head of the Vol-
nu. r"a Hureau who directs their
CUvKles, 50 per cent, of the vol.
iinteer social-service work In
Louisville ) done by teen-agers.
Dancing and fun are not th-
onU mil-resti of this younger
Kuration. Kvery week night |l
headquarters of Junior
Ac I'M-inenl. Ii. son will mid
abi it 100 boys and gtrfl
themselveg while learning how to
run a business. "Learning by
dptng" Is the official motto of the
10 I-oulsvllle Junior Athieve-
Riel companies, hut that Is far
too dignified I term to describe
the enthusiastic approach of these
youthful students of business
methods.
Under the direction and nipat>
vi ion of cxiviitivr. (ram iti
sponsoring hu*in<
JUOior Achievetneii' ,t.m|>;my -
tually mnmifactures and >'i p
|irodu>t. learning standard l>n-i-
nesa owthodj of l>ok keeping
and distribution. One junior com-
pany is selling plywood study
boards us fast as it ran turn them
out. Just before Chrlatanaa an-
OthCi company disposed of ttlb-
slant.al numbers of gilt peekagM
thn gh retail outlets
Robert CuAYy. director of the
Lajuigviila Junior Achievejnent,
|nc. explained how the plan
opt rahi in one rol.....i ptii
stuients a^perlanea the full cycle
of bmlrtmi ofganlxatloD, nuuiu-
farture, and liquidation. If Ihey
no into liankruptcy, that Is all
ught. We do not want them to
gel too rofcy ,i picture "I i
ness world. On'1 of our groups
ii ahowtng a 200 \T r ght now. and that is really too
had. They will think every busi-
ness does as well." All the profits
which these groups earn over ex-
penses, salaries, and dividends,
go to chanty
Not all teen-age activity is
channeled through a spccdlc or-
ganization. When a young boy or
Bhrt needs extra money, as often
.-s not a part-time job fill' the
need. There are other outlets lor
eager youngsters. Louisville has
several teen-age talent shows
which ..re broadcast over local
radio stations and In which the
youngsters ko through their paces
with smoothness and enthusiasm.
A radio programme which gives
ureat scope to teen-age talent i,
produced every Monday, Wed-
dcsday. and Friday. Student'
not only appear on the pro-
gramme but they also plan and
wrtte it.
Incidentally, who ever heard oi
,i yeunpter itaytni alter school
just bacauti he wanted tot
happens every dav at Louisville*!'
New Albany High (secondary)
School. At the end of a corridor
in that large yellow brick school
building is a radio station, a real
one. Staffed by IB senior stu-
dents. H....... Station WNAS is
popular the youngsters do not
want to leave it. "We have one
student" related the radio work-
shop director, "who likes to work
with the equipment so well he
stays here late almoat every day."
Tins popular station broadcivts
every school day from I.IS to 3
o'clock. It includes a studio
library workshop, and we'l-
equipped control Room
The teen-age contribution to
community lile does not end hart
It reaches out ir.to the lives ul
others, especially others less for-
. 1st Take that polite youn
lad in the Boa leoul lantform whi
knock- at doors every sprint.
"Do you have any old rlothcs lor
the Goodwill, ni.i'.ini he a-k
Hundreds of Hoy Scouts make
bOj annual good deeii of th
prkasf gathering of old clothing
fat Goodwill Industries, Inc., an
organasatJon which provides em-
ployment for handicapped per-
sons who repair and refurbish
these garments. Donating time
and labour, the Scouts drive
trucks which lour the residential
areas collecting cast-off gar-
ments. "Last year" related Ih^
Louisville Boy Scout director,
"the boys collected over 2&Q tons
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
of usable items for this welfare
aaaacj *
Wlule their brother Scouts drlvo
Die tracks' for Goodwill, the Gill
BcouU nrlU lie working with needla
end thread thin spring, making
overarm sehoolbags for nwtly
( IkkiI children in other land-..
According to Mrs Mary U>rju
Craig. a Louisvilto Girl 8ci ul
ulreetor. the current national Gttl
Seoul protect Is Schoolmaie^
Overseas." The Scouls will sew
musette like bugs and Itll them
with school supplies.
At the Young Men's Christian
Al i i latl m .i hltle hoy learn
n dlviiiR. His sv.ihui.wii:
teacher ir not much elder lhaji
he. a ieiiiber of a teen ne giuu,i
which is spending hours at Ihi
organi/atiou's headquarters lean
ing younger lioys to Ikix. or swin
or play basketball or volleyball
The big-brother feeling towards
the hide boys Ihey teach is *
splendid thing and often wanu
frlendshipa develop between the
two age groups as teen age yout.i
leaches grade-school youth how
to play .he ttlN
One cold, blustery day in
November, countless doors
throughout the poorer sections of
Louisville opened upon a chcerlnt
sight, as young girls from the
Young Women's Christian Ai
daUon took big baskets of food
for Thanksaivlng dinners to m
families who miKht otherwise
have had < fe-tive meal on thai
pel lal day. 'It is all part of th-'
girl's service programme," ex
plained Ihe director of the teen
agcrs' arltvllics at the Youiu
Women'a Christian Association.
Through these various actlvltie,
in the fields of social service
business activities, and assistant:*
to less fortunate ncighl>ours. th<
boys and girls of OM AiueiWe
city are learning lessons of greai
value al thev prepare for then
responsibilities as future citizens
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PAf.r TWIHI
Sl'NDAV ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1951
OIK READERS SAY:
PiiliiH-l- t* mini a* the matter before his Council,
/-.. Aui. A M/>ftlM* ..greed that *hen the letter
c.u >' f. m referred to by Mr Copi
SIB.The Committee of Man- rct(, hc wrtuW lnform ,hr Coun
mment 01 raj lub -navt fl, o( thc su(!gesied change to be
directed me to write you concern- . ,jn 0f ,,,. profits
nig an article appearing i" the Apparently this Wai never
issue of your paper of Sundav rcif.,rri to .d[ the Council meet-
Ust, ?4ih (natani written by O S. lng B report of i
i iiiiii i-iiiM.in
which appeared
of rnday. 22nd
report
in your issue
instant.
It scorns extremely strange Hut
the B.A.FA send representatives
to thii Mcctinc who arc supposed
to report tack to their Council
-. place, but did not do
bo. and allowed itu public to be
misled.
This Club, although the word
can" was used in the letter
foot-
cori'iN
Mr Coppin has written an
rtieu' which conveys to the gen-
eral public th.it this Club Is
endeavouring; to place term* be-
fore the Barbados Amateur Foot
ball Association which could not
be- accepted, and. therefore in .
major way atop football being
played at Kensington.
Fn'tlv we would ItM to miorm
the public that the Barbados referring to the playing
Cricket Association u-cei I at Kensington, are willing us
nations q| J1.4110O from this they always have been to coo
Club durum the IMS and 1850 *" any counter suggestion by
seasons, and we are in a position 'he B.A.F.A.. but would make it
to date that no contributions have perfectly clear to the public that
been made by the DATA they intend whenever renting the
Oval to make provision for some
On the ftth May. 1950, the part f the rental to be paid to
Cricket Association wrote to us the B.C.A Our outlook Is that
nd to thc B.A.F A a*king cricket is our primary game In
that some consideration be given this Island and every effort should
to granting them some percentage i>p made by all other A-
of the profits made from football to contribute something to help
at Kensington They informed pay for the pavilions and stand*
us that they were still heavily in used for all sport,
debt lor the pavilions and land
purchased outside of the Oval The public must not lawe sight
ib wrote to the B.AT.A. of the fail that all branches of
on the 9th June and again on the *pcit have thrived since the
2nd August ajfcfOaf that a Joint pavilions and stands have been
Meeting be convened to consider rebuilt The B.C.A. have houl-
this matter: To these letters no detcd the expense, except the
ctoowtedgmen) received. Ptvilion which belong* to this
nnd it was not until the 14th Chip, and therefore the B.C.A.
March this year that this Meeting must be helped by the other
took place. user* of the Oval for sport or
Meanwhile the matter wag Ola llierwlse.
cussed by the Management Com- Some may argue that the
mittee of this Club and it was fl.C A. take all profits from
decided lb.I some material help CricHC, but after all they are
should I B <**..!; tbcu using ihe.r own facilities to
after ;ill have provided ihe Pavil- ru,;her the primary game
inns nnd Stands used by the foot J -
ball public.
It would bo as well that the
public be made aware of the fact
that under the term- of the l*ase ,..,.., w(w;
held by this Club. Kensington
Oval Is at all limes under (nrrtrol
of the Pickwick Cricket Club ex-
cept when it is required for
Intercolonial or International
I .
Having the foregoing Informa-
tion before | BOW 10
the Meeting which was convened
to discuss the terms of the 1951
football season.
to fcubsciil* i< gulerly Ti
riot aim *t an .mumnt too high and
then drop back. Unlike the otJstfl
credit unions they do not feree
membcr> t<. subscribe to a fixed
amount It is much belter to sub-
cents per week and give
it regularly. th" to subscribe *.'i
e-ne month and a similar amount
th next eight months By address-
ing e*ch other as 'brother" and
' brings them close to-
ud forms a means of solv-
iiid their problems.
He said they must attend Study
Offoup meetings because at these
interesting topics arise. At one
meeting they discussed the con-
nection between Co-operati
It Happens
In Our Town
TODAY, we want you to meet
Emma, an unemployed domestic
of 34 She rents a house at iot
shillings per week, is the mother
cl five children, a girt of ten,
twins, six years old, and te
others. 2 year, and twenty
months respectively.
A medical report says that
she is suffering from anemia, no
doubt the direct result tot starva.
. tion. SquaJor is the only word
Democracy ami which describe* her home, and
Communism In his opinion the hcr children, ragged and dirty,
movement opposes both the Com- are the pspgeny of several
.nun-.-, and the Capitalist bul thev fathers.
can i>oth join as do one Is barred-. You blame her of course. You
Alter this address a subject shudder at her mPral degradation
"Why Hive I Joined the Cooper- and sin. But do you know that
alive Movement'' was fixed for the she is your neighbour ? She lives
nexr. Study Group meeting. The in your street, Just around the
muting then closed with prayers corner from you. Have you no
The Shamrock Credit Union has moral responsibility towards her
its own songs which were com- rd if not her. her children.
PCK.-.I by Mr. Hill. The words of who will grow up go be without
, follow:
The Shamrock Co-op Song
time lo watt*
i sense of responsible citizenship
or worth ?
The loyal Brothers wtoald wel-
come an opportunity go help
Emma rehabilitate herself and
children if you will come to th
Fair arid Carnival beginning on
the ~th June and Join in the
crowning of the Queen on that
date. Did you know that there
would be a Queen of Carnival?
Well ypu should.
But Emma wouldn't be there,
nor her children. They will be-
on the outside. Next time, we
hope ti welcome them on the
inside, properly clothed, washed
and happy as only children can
be.
Barbados
the
ket
B W i
This Club U in the same posi-
any other sports organ
vhb use the Oval in the
"i i.ve that if as custodians of the
ground 'hey ore willing to fftre
up past of any profit made from
rentals, etc. for the reasons given
i bove. then let us all give some
help m order that all branchet
*t sport will benefit. There ran
be no organised sport of any
kind without finance, there can
he no finance without the en-
closed Oval and there would be
Thc B.AFA. were represented no revenue if proper accommo-
by Mr. D. H L. Ward and Major ration was not offered the
A R. Foster, M R.F. the RCA public.
voice in th<
ALTHOUGH John Clifton Hughe* is only V years old. he will ait
tor kls first music examination this month and play before so exam-
iner of the Associated Board of the Roy.il Schools of Music. The
aana] entry age for this first examination is eight years.
John Hughes comes from the village of High Wycotnbe, Builcs, Bug.
L'press
______ Eipn-ss
Nurses Back Horn
They Save To Help
Each Other
20 COMB TO TVAD
OH TRADL TRIP
POltT-OF-SPAIN, March 29.
A uelegation of 20 men :nrrA
i Trinidad by the Argentina.
By TONY VANTERPOOL
group of expeiu.es thc Union holds
ON JULY 29. 1917
Catholics sat around a table and and bazaars yearly. For those
held a serious meeting. They concerts Mr. Hill composes thc
it they must find some songs and part- are played by
Now it Is for you Mr. and Mrs.
Public tp judge the case. The
real question at Issue is "Should means of saving their money and members.
the B.C.A. receive a share frr.m suggested the formation of a sav- i^t vcar tncy celebrated their
Uie It A F A. and other sources mgs union. Tnlrd Anniversary on July J9
rrcd lo by Mr. tnony profit made from sport or That was four years ago but wlth a parly and improinpUl noor
[ wai suggested DOW iSS^tSSt* Uk8 ,ac* sn^mrock Vr^Unlo'n'^d %! show- Palher **ion atlH-
u. ,.r >h* .aim Jl Kensington Oval. hhamrotk Credit Union and its -a n. -,-, ai,J,,-laii,. mmm
nsingtoi
Remember it had already be
rneinbcmhip ha.*
and ils eg ,-j
risen from twenty
although having
proceedings had Mr. Jusltc
J. W. B. Chenery and Mr. W K
Atkinson as observer*, and this
Club had their Management Com-
mittee present.
The letter red
Coppin in which
that the nctl profits of the season
would be divided by the three
WuJP mmodlateLv objected to Tetter quoted wa* to be amended, the time of formation their head
me Prm. When' he mi asked l*u* both the Council of the quarter* was St. Patrick's School
o make -i suVgest, n o"B BA FA. and Mr. Coppin appear Room at JemmotU I-ane and t..- Da> Auu"1 26 J'*' *?<*":
he thought Suitable to the Unorant of this fact day the, arc enrolling members were decorated w.th flag* lor the
BAFA he said AOf of the net! football U not played this from other religion*, providing ci-eniiig mid guesu of hoiii>ui weri
to the B.AF.A and lo thc P.C.C.. year at the Oval it will be no they are proposed by Catholics. " &ft, *** "ff *j'
with 20S of the nett to the fault of this Club as in no way Members of this union benefit Arne. Social Welfare Officer. For
BCA but he would have to have we made any attempt to considerably from loans. As one Ihelr Bazaar, which wa* held on
nlare the suxBestlon before his stille this, but the interests of member told me, "I could not November 30. over 200 tickets
was especially delighted
. the to between My and sixtyFrom patHck^Scouts*' 8lVC" ** Sl
They celebrated Co-operators'
Council. On further discussion
it was suggested that this per
ccntage he ehanged to 374*( each
to the B.AFA and the P.C.C
nnd 25^ lo RCA Mr .1. M
Kidney in the chair asked Mr.
Ward if he would accept this, he
again replied that he would place 29th March, 1991.
the RCA must be protcctd
Thanking you tor space.
Yours faithfully,
PICKWICK CRICKET CLUB.
HAROLD. D. KIDNEY
Hon. Secretary.
iifford to take $75 out of my pocket were sold.
nd buy u bicycle but I borrowed _. .
from the union and today I can Volunteered
wft^a^r^tfSSer^ %^ ^
t* the union. This makes him "a comnilltccs are all volunteers and
qualified borrower" they take a PrWe '" lne CttwlMM
When formed in 1947 it was ot tho ynlon/.l 's ncl15onno^ed,
with the Church They hold
MISS ENID SKINNER and Miss
Evelyn Francis, two Barbadian,
nurses from the General Hospital,
returned yesterday morning from
England by the Gelflto
Miss Skinner who went up on
... a five year course sponsored oy
_ last leg cf a trade trip which CD. and W. to do general nursing
. ok them to South America, and midwifery, studied at Whit-
rtley were able to hold discus- tingtoii and Epsom Hospitals. She
slon* with businessmen and qualified In midwifery in August
other officials. They represent last year and stayed on for an
the Illinois Manufacturers' Asso- additional six months working at
elation, and intend studying the st James' Hospital
-,. Trinidad Ai.i to Pioneer Indus- she expects to take up an ap-
r" tries Ordinance with a view to pnintment Ht the Hospital as Sister
xpluing Ihe possibilities oi Miss Francis, a former Charge
pening businesses In Trinidad. Nliraf of ,he Hospital, had a year's
iiurslng course at the Royal Col-
lege of Nursing. St James Hos-
pital. St. Bartholomew's She ob-
3 In Search Qt A Gramophone tamed distinction in physiology.
rrc., ou, o. -TTjM nUlr'ti0n '"d Ps*'chol0By-
PORT-OF-SPA1N. March 29.______________
In Trinidad for the sole pur-
1 H buying records and a
i.i He "non-electric gramophone"
are two Columbian Inca Indians,
Manuel and Benite. The two
Incaa are eousins and are related
to Incas who previously visited STOCKHOLM. March 31
Cuiacas*. Aruba. Panama, Guate- Sweden will quadruple her tax
mala Ecuador and Venezuela. &n exported newsprint from 50 to
But they are dissatisfied with 200 crowns per ton from tomor-
Tnnidad, however, because they row the Baord of Trade here an-
have lot as yet been able to find nounced today.
. .i.nnophone to their liking. _Heeler
7wo /ncas Visit T'dad
Sweden Quadruples
Tax On Newsprint
POLICE BAND THIS EVENING
railed the St. Patrick's Sw..._
Union and later t.e Catholic meetings twice monthly. On the
Snvings Union. Their capital at *oco'"l Thursday of the month is
thai time was only $28 and It Was the General Meeting and Study
only for Catholics. Group Meetings are luted Tor Hit
rr>HE Police Band conducted by Orchids for Mv Lady" and Eddy Father Ellis of British Guian.. fourth Tuesday of every mon'n.
Capu FUiSon wUI plav the Hall with "Mother MaCrae". came to the ,s|and in 1948. and When 1 visited the Shanu .
follnwlne Druer i me it music in U? l.?k keen ln,ere in headquarters they were having one
Oucen"s I'Lrk t^ 'veuin^berin- ""' Unlun He loW ,ne *'"''- of thctr General Meeting- Alte,
miiu ( 45 e\enmg iwgm Nt'MBER OF BCS passenger* Ior.,tc that they had a certain praver was said, there was Kol.
r.RANn MAitrii "Tannhauvr" * who were awaiting a Progres- amount of money saved and this call and then the minutes of the
-Worn..-' ** '" K> <*rrj them to the City money should be put to some use Uist meeting were rend and adopt-
EXCERPTS FROM 5TH ,,jy rnoTOlng had a scare of In the same year Father Sullivan cd. Mls G. Sclby. Treasurer, then
SYMPHONY Tichailotrsku ,,,elr "ves A mahogany pole of Jamaica visited Barbados ami mad her report up to February
SUITE LaiWienne'Gcorue Hirer which was propped up a few feet he inrucied them along the same 2t.
from them fell Into the gutter Unas. They were both co-oper0-
One that narrowly escaped told Uvc priests,
the Advocate. "It's a disgrace. |re(rt
There was no red flag to warn uirccior*
anyone and the pole was lefl The Directorate at that time
was: Messrs. C. Jarvls, president
nffeeS- Te"' Vice-Presidcnt, C Hill
or ton*, treasurer. J. Clarke, Secretary
Gully. St. Joseph, was injured asw M RuddfiP -ld .,s 4^'
. Thomas. on^Fndaj RCn1H.k> a momi>er. They decided
to r.> 1 in a credit union and called
MORCEAU 'Gavotte in OUlei
Style'' ........... Saimde
CHARACTERISTIC
'The White Man" .
"The Bed Man" .Souse ^Hssssgasl
TWO PARISIAN SKETCHES
(a) 'Demoiselle Chic"
(b) "Bal Masqite"
Perry Flstejir*
TWO SONGS:
(a) "Friend of Mine"
.Sanderson
(b> "Just a-Weaiying for you"
Co rri e-Jocobs-Bon d
SUITE- "From Foreign 1-ands"
Mosrkowslfi
Qermany. Russia, Spain
HYMNS Lead us Heavenly
Father lead us" .181 A. & M.
"Be Thou my Guardian" 202
A. & M.
Under
rcspondei
tMd, one
and the
cor-
the head *,i
a, tw. iiu.i wen
hum Fathei Parkinson
other from Mothi
QMMBMXt CHASE
Alphons-.i... thanking the Union
for their donation made to St.
Patrick's School. This donation
was from the proceeds Of the
vening He was treated by Di
W. H B. Johnson, P. MO. St.
Joseph, and discharged
AN imiiiry ini,. th dreum-
stances surrounding the death
of Aubrey NUfM of PtdlM
l^ind. St Michael as begun ves-
terday at the lloletown Police
Courts by Mr s 11 Nurse. Coronei
REV. RSES0R HOPES
TO RETURN TO E'DOS
LATER THIS YEAR
Two new member*, wlio w.'iv
If lh( Shamrock Cndttltaua. ,non noni'-wttd. "Tri Mkm
Mr. D A. Wile., then Pubbr urouna wU mlrwluctd lo omer
Ubrarimi. wai Ihe (lr ptrson lo member'! In manor, ot
Hive thrin .. Urturt anj he lolU '"v* onneeted to me I nion mr
them of till e.nerienie In eo- meml^rs addreu each other l
operative worR In Nova Scotia brother" and 'sister Mil Ih
At thai tune thej did not know U strictly conhne.1 to Ihe biulna
thai there wa a c:o-opcrUvc 01 Ihe Union.
Oftleer arid Mr. Wiles told them
thai Mr. J. M. Cave Jnr., held
THE FAITH 11KA1.EK, Rev "I"1 ""^ Mr C"'-' "f rM'"
James F Recsor of Ihe Church "hem and lave a .-nes of inlereil-
of God. who visited Barbad- ,M '* Fro") ! 'lk >
short while agio, carries
Seirishness
Giving Ihe new nwmbOl I" '
talk". Mr. Hill. President, at'
wore able to visually what the '" ">< Credit Union you must p
Foot .Ich Cause
Killed in 4 Days
Pain and Itching ^r .;,
Stopped in Jfe^gm. / J.
7 Minutes ^ \s/
l*o TOOT !?! IWh < batCr lh*l lh*
i.url* clrlTr you truyT Dim
fiM crsrk and p*l An. ....
b*tSfftn your to*i and on Ilia aolM Of
!' *r\ m> acrr at Bm Sftj law MtaW
, .1, i,ol |*l
11 ..bl." yoG .hc-jlrt Ml*'
-" > r imifui ana inai yi*u
our noubir uniii rou
ule rctpaiiiBiblr lor
Kills the Cause
llnan elntmrnti and liquid- fU <
u(ti food b*raua* Uvy do t.m flgM
b undrrlyina (uf o( you' lrwu
jnaltly il at tart la poitlti!* In on
ii mr tit-w foot Irooblai and alae >n l
n oil MutMlh rie'fm Infection Hh lb.
tocioi pmritpileTi Wb! SB
Uw prrrlpllM ol u lamou. r..ll>ti akw
aL-rc.alni and now imporfrd by lradH4
rTi.mmU Mlaarta l poaillrHy uai*n-
Ud to *Ad four foot lron*lr. and
IDeaa 1 deOiuw acUiW. I, U k4Ua
B.
and wolbM ard
bid in i minutM I It oiak't
on. clau. and amoolh.
Guaranteed Test
<""t Niio.ki- from your ebnnUt Today
Ajipli It tonis'it and you will i-aiitr a
irninc
I daya* I
f,W, !,
p.n
m*m4mm UI haw kia*4
.uw- and funjvi i"pon-
uubfe. and ou can S*r
younrir trial vour Kin r*Hi41r u or^-nirj
ton clear, -mooth. and hralthy. but con-
tina* It juat I daya lon|r lo aiatr iuro
that the raaulu or- comnlatfly tnla<-
:;^:;l;,:i;:,i:;',fc,ipi;c,^
Sar-t lo Ih. feat for T daya and than if no!
rompfeUl* aal.'iVd M ,,r ,,. mrraly
trtuin lb* .m|>ly pNUH aDd yoor money
will M rafHndrd cfet NCaadaraa from your
.-ciiilM loOsj. JUa ftfaJtaMt protaeuju.
'. fului"e had in store fur them.
Ilh .mure a in srore ,or u. "S^^Z^"^
s-owsc EaBSSftfi ^iK:TS=ThpteS ^r; r^'w.
Harold Skeato. Roebuck Slreel Cre.hl and members Mtvlnf on lo time you will gel I., know more
s_i'tii .' i.v mi. n. i. 1*111 w. i_ui uric I ,
o( District "E" and adjourned until ,,'
Tujidaj
Nur't
is trying; to get tu contact w all all
Into Oxiuiiils Oullv. N
James
autopsv wan i>crf"rmed by
C. C. Clarke.
Keith Deane, Manag ol Iht
Santatiun. was *ttting on tin
Oder uf the tractor when the in-
cident occurred but he escaped
uninjured
Malcolm WEST and big wile
.MM- ii.Hired in an accident
along Claybury Kuad, St. John <>r
Friday, They are detain
Baylcy's Hospital.
The accident occurred betweei
motor lorry J.27. owned by Clay
bury Plantation and 'driven by
AdolphiLs Forde < ( A-hbury. St
George, and motor ear J-27(
,wned and driven by Mr West
Thc car -.v;*1; exit i,
FIRST PRIZE at the Loejl
Talent Show &1 the Gl
Theatre on Friday night went tu
Errol Blfnett who sang "Mv
Foolish Heart" Com
:i, Scaly with
Things Th Life Arc Free"
It was keen eompclition bctw< i
five singers and the i
were treated to goo-.
Other good vocalists were
Milton ilrathw..
Quartette, who ng "Tenneea*
Waltz", Norton Moore with "No
wants to gel their photographs to
end ,n Hev. Recsor
ftene are: Mrs M Rudder Mi".
I RollK-k. Miss R. C.xlringion
hsi F. Baptistc, Mr. B Gill and
Jr. C M.,11
To raise rund.- to cover various
if our' movement" by attending
.he Study Group mcejtlnil Ai
these you will learn the prinnplc*
of co-operative movements".
He told them that they must try
Remember
HUTCHINSONS
The Most Central Shopping Place For -
GLASSWARt: nnd CROCKERY
ALL TYPK9 KITCHEN WARE
BEST BRANDS PAINTS and ENAMELS
STOVES and PARTS
BEDSTEADS, SPRINGS and MATTRESSES
GLASS and MIRRORS.
and many other BARGAIN ITEMS.
G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO.. LTD.
Broad Slreet
Roebuck Street
i
! WATCHES!!
| WATCHES!!
>: See our stock before you buy elsewhere $
I
^ Over 150 watches from which to choose
M>lll illlVI PHH IS
N CF
'Joyance is probably the most
famou. children's sandal in the world
today. It is simply and sturdily made from
strong, supple leather, and thick plantation crepe-
rubber. Its design and shape was the result of a
scientific survey of hundreds of children's feet. It's a
lovely Mnd il
SANDALS
MAO BY C* J.CLARK LIMITED, STKE' T < OVERSET. ENGLAND
LOCAL AOINTS
FOODS
sfifcr THise now
HAMH (Smukedl . lb
CHEESE lb
BACON --......1- Ib.
SODA B1SCI1T8 Tins.
t HICK EN II AIHms Tins.
BAMI iCooked) Ib
FISH St'PKEMK TIllH
PEARS Tin*
II \( III -. Tint
JAMS Tln
ROYAL JELLY .. PkfS-
hii:\ FLAKES fK-
I (M KT.AII. BISt I ITS. Tint
I I1LLIT BISCUITS
MI'TTON AND PEAS
LAMB TONCilES
VEC. Jl'ICB
CiOOSEBERRIES
OAT MEAL
OLIVES
CREAM OF WHEAT Pkd
PERKINS & CO., LTD.
DIAL 2072 A 45.2 Roebaek S
Tlnn
Tlo
Tin.
Tin.
Tins
THE
DRY
CLEANER
He cleans the Slacks and Dresses, and,
the Shirts and Blouses such,
And givea the Raincoat ;md the Skirt.
that new refreshing touch.
The Curiums and the NeektlW and,
the more Upenalve Shirt.
Ami every Special item that
has gathered dust and dirt.
And when the articles arc clean
they i^-i th.it perfect press,
Hofor*" thry art delivered to
the owner.
Sumetimei a spot will linger on,
a belt will slip away.
And now and then some clothes will shri
or ro'ours will not stay.
But generally the cleaner 19
an expert in his line.
And Spruces up his customers
to keep them feeling line.
SANITARY LAUNDRY CO., LTD.
OF BARBADOS
TEL. 352
I.Of IS L. HAYI.IY
B-DOS ASIATIC CLL'B
BOI.TOX LANE
Sole Rept. Fer
ROLEX HATCH CO.. SwltaerUauL
ROYAL ClOWN DERBY PORCELAIN Ce.. Ltd.. England
-^-A-^%',--',^^.%^^^^*,%',*.-,*,-.-,^*,-,v,-,-^*,*,v^^*^*,--*.--^-.
'' fitauiy. w> UfltA
uf mv slttpwg rw.
And fillid my heart
with lonomg v-ith a look,"
]OHS MA.sillilU
& &/er tw^^W. .
Like a happy memory, the haunting
fragrance of Mitcham Lavender brings
the English countryside to Barbados
Originally made by Potter A Moore
n their Miicham Distillery two hun-
dred years ago, Mitcham Lavender
has ever since been dedicated to
Beauty the World o.er. t
LAVfNOta WATE*
TALCUM fOWDEH
TOIET SOAP
SHAVING SOAP
BRILLIANTIN(
IROZEN BBlLLlANTlNf
AFTEa-SHAVti LOTION
tAVEKD FR
OL'.jinablf from BOOKERS DRL'C STORES


SUNDAY. APRIL 1, US1
M NDA1 ADVOl \TK
LiFE&mno
THE WONDERFUL BRITISH
DISCOVERY
A Supreme Germicide and Antiseptic

A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados) LTD.Agents
USUALLY NOW
Golden Shred Marmalade
boltles____________________47 II
Select Powdeied Milk
(11b) tins.....................1.05 l
Nescafe (lib) tins________3.54 S.M
1
PAGE Tllllui I \
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved 1st. Day
ln of (incm *"'" -"-l11i|llirn"Ml
""^"""'"'WrK th* ,.
v-i > liai iU, in* .f ranalirm >nu>UB to dl*-
* FOB FBBSOSAl HYGIENE
* ia STERII HE CUTS AND
OBAZBS
-k TO DESTROY DISEASE Q Bit MS
* SAFETY AS RELIEF EOR RITES
AND STING
TMl won Jot Uil new UftgNfd used in tenv of
tkOIIMndl Of bOBWl 'ho imw powerful protcmon
you can u. Ai ih; MM nmo n r quite -.ate for
nil No homo with mtitIi children dare be without it
I 'bnia artr! BrMWkiui In nit
'.rit-ewj toIV. rnt, f, -,..
*"'*lnii in II Iuhit. ami to rniMlillll
"iiiililiMnrjMn.m.k
*! parkM* n-i M.^a.,*
Mendaco
tmdt *uhm*MBrom.kiit$*H; Tim
It tan t'onquvr
i/f hi-* alo
SAIHOOL i'm
on nail at
It Ml. III S I.TU.
and all olhet Diua Stores
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers lo all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
USUALLY NOW
Prunes (lib) tins......____70
Con. Milk tins_______.....-27
J.
Jac. Cream Crackers
pkgs__________......______41 :
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
THANI BROS,
BUNG TO YOI' PERHAPS Kilt THE LAST TIMF. THIS LVF.VI OF
LOW PUCES MM 2 WEEKS ONLY ANNOL'NC IM. OUR_____
VEST*
t'BO.U IKMiH 1 2nd April
and 1 OAII Al I At.
JUST A R LINKS TO GIVK YOL- AN IDF.A Of THB
9
BARG UNI WE HIB VOL :
HI Ml Mill It !
Such I.ow Pried l.in'l Last
For Em! Bf UeUTiniinMl To ... .
BUY NOW!
PLASTIC Large
TABLE ( OVERS
$1.85 ML
I 'Million)! KID
LINENS Pol Tea.
Lunch ami Dinner
10% on
LADIES!
Lamb SPUN8 Ml
ShtdtH I i "in . .
84c. up
MFFETAS and
SATINS 9c. up
LADIES STRAW
HATS Ii5c. up
BERETS
79c. each
genti.kmkn:
HANDKER-
CHIEFS ....
21c32c.12c.
Grnls' . .
KHAKI DKII.I.
SHIKTS
Lone, Sleeve
82.3H I'-"
GENTS' SHOES !
1(1%, off
Hollschnlil Di'pi
SHALLOW ami
SOlf !! \T| -.
From :12c. up
< I RTAIN I \( i s
From 42c. up
'......I Qaallt)
CRBPE He (HIM
All shades
36" i,l,-
SI.Mll yd.
LadlM___
ST(K KINOS
RM .",9r. up
NYLONS
SI.49 a pr.
(..'Ills
PORT shirts
K7c. 9Kc $1.20
Up In 85 Oil ea.
STRIPED DRILLS
For I'anls
S8c. a yd.
a hf Savings for
I III li.MOS
n. tSKS
SI.X'i r.
BED TICK
."; w iili.
Iiivi'i\ DmIcm
SI.is iii ji.:m
Biu Fluwi'i- and
ll.uilrr SPUN Onlv
I37 a yd.
FLOWERED SILK
K9c. a Ml.
KDCES. HANKIES,
COM IIS. ASK-
LETS, I'OCKLT
HOOKS. COS-
11 >N II w I LEI
All Reduced
Genii STRAW nul
FELT II vis
Friim !)9c. up
GUNK \ IHKI)
PUMPS
All >,
SI.75 n pr.
pyj\m\ sins
Silk r li,l|ii
ht, on
Slioppini! STRAW
FANCY It \(;s
95c. up
Our Oriental De|)l.
II: s Greal Many
IttiliHii'ins For You


i iii i:ti i v
SIN'DXV ADVOI vri:
SUNDAY. APRIL I, IMI
CLASSIFIED ADS.
ItLfPHONI ZSOt
Th* gfcatge
nnouarefnentg Ol
Marriage*. Death*. Acno-
"MiniMM, and In " notarey U
Si M 9*1 *re*fc-dai* and H * on Sundav*
Minbtr of *ord* up to H
*J rente per w*d on "
4 rmU par arord on *i">n fo.
additional ord
Par nirUt*. Mamee or Eng
SnOOOtKAIi*!!!' Cl
Ahatg* lor .n,
p ItMMI eenta per word (of *;cn
' positional *v^rd Tumi n'h. Ibo-i*
rl-fM 430 and P". "1 '* *
only aiia* 4 pm
THANKS
Era ^,;'
n.
I4WM rlrenk-r
iram. Evelyn.
MMnn>. O*-
Hi '
14>1 in
Ai Mtivj m.i
OAM j Port Ptel
Veu Khali
relet Mailer IM.<.> 1
II f ran In rxilMn
4JK Coif a, Co Lid
IN MKMURIAM
CAR At,..... I. IM7 In
Appl> C Field al McEne*
H3UBW- In Unvm* Memory of our
- '
..Im deponed from thl. 111.
\i.ni 1. IPtt
tn* grava tne memory HTM
Bom ahall meet ol Je*u*' feel.
And Una with We ranaomed hoeU
.wm.
The iiiiiiinpiu of inl"
Xglon Una* .Hudaand.. Winston
Pearl .Dj.iIM'ti.
I 11 In
GOVERNMENT NOTIC1
Dietitian Medled! nepertmenI
British lleetduraa
Applications ore invited for th
post of Dietitian. Medical Depart-
ment. Brittah Honduras. Salary
H3I x 12 270 X 15 303
with cott of living allowance ap-
proximately 2T per annum
Candidate*, who must holl i
recognised diploma or qualiftcaticr
in Dietetics, should forward theii
applications stating full particular'
and accompanied by two testir
nmls to ihr Direnor ttl MM
Service'. British Honduras.
1 4 512r
ADVERTISE
in the
(VMM ADVOCATE
frOII SAID
I'l lll.ll MS I II IS
Tk m per a tut* an.
ad II ce*wa pee aval* in
*** |l M
I oi 5*d*t,t
* i,.<<- i n.
BJBjB^BJBJ
NOTICE
n ill m lAAJBi
Ten reof* p#* mill* fit* * *)** gap-.
..ml II nw p.- oMl Ho* on !***.
kimui cm*** |IH *a Nk|i
ad II at o* Sand*.**
I
TOM HE.Vr
REAL ESTATE
AUTOMOTIVE
lied lord Van
bnn MaaaMH
injrrd. Up**t
o*l U.l pre-
CAR IMI HIlMnan Saloon
tK*n I r,-.i.lh. U> kjlle.gr A)i|il>
Ralph A Board. Hardwood Alia./
m i 5i-ip
I price aakid Phone :
CAR food condition. I new Ore*, a bargain
TO. Unto...
i* 1 li i i n
,,. ..c-.i
'- nut- -
ANTED FOR > '-li
I Mil & Hint Stamps
Of Pnrbiido* and UM nthar lalandi
. ( Um Bruiah w.t inain good
pr.lTTR I'AID ! ARrRIIV-AN
sr.'iu' socirrv. No 10 Hw.n
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
ULADON
A F 8.. r V A
KepreaenUUve |
CiLRALD W*OD
FOR SALE
r.u. ThW
m..- i>n>rad
,., i lent Ins
| Co"
SSI Mh lnch wtnduwa l!--
mrad v*rawlal iroin
inch time i* #> unob-nuctad
,V, ( 11.^ wa a *hc.ri nuianra
avat. The I bedroom* arr lara*
S3 am. " " S b'"-
room wtlh tub balli and not wairr
There I* ample K
M) Bf| lln....;. '!'
D>
al.....j
____.1 .i I" !'
pnn-rtr h>*lng it* -^)ld
altrphare Tha aio.mo.
well planted With trt
th*
St.
bear It *Hh (Kill.nt BwattM
-(AIIILU- Navy Oardan*.
Well |->ill-inod 1-badHK-mca mm-
lot Verandah *..i ovrrliKifcad
from main ioariw> by nriahbour-
Wrll rerommondod al
,. RM
BAdATtLLE HOI BE
Thoma* A aparloua I wo
country hou*e wllh apptoi
plu* additional
qulted. There
Itiunae*. 'In I
alter!**. 3 baihi.
Ml try. i>"l'' ri>o'
and v.i...
Thl* pinprrly I* well
iominanil< excellent
St. Jame* caaatlHM
-ISin MARIO**
-I.
1 aaraa--'
b>iildina-
.a nil and
Mil I Mi.
nbUjineil in a v<

in the l*nd II
Hanke-I >th tall
I* a wide tea
additional " i
alaly Well ieet
I*, the reanable .jm l IA HOT
Tnla property t- vns -lruiuil> re
enmnenaril and full dataiu .i
be obtained ..n appliratmr
RENTALS
tllaa, WIHowi 1'n.pff.
Ki lawIM Unfurm*hed houw
ait roan, wllh 3 bedroom*.

KI \l I -| \J| \.| M
AUOTIONI i
ii \v i vikinn B1 ".dim;
riioni- 4M
CARS-one Wandard 1
aaradBDOT On* number
T..L UM M
r Morrla 'II" lei
lra.
cla*a worklnf eondlUon n
Bin* al Che aea Oarage < I9i
111 i llli iniv imi-ii
OF *T. AMlHEW
BUNGALOWNavj nanlaaa. S bod
room*, every tunifdlenca Includint
garden, watar aupplT- Aa new, *!>
. .....e Mil. 13J.il t f r.
irCRFRV
-1.(11.
Member* ol Ihe Oeneral A**embly foi
PalKi ,,l V Aiulrrw llul Uie Bn-
g and t o'clock: In Ihr morning oet
M,.cl*. Ihe tn d..v of April IMI al The
-ommunll* Hall llelleplalne In lh-
ulth ol St Andrew
Aitd I hereby Mimran all peraona an
MHled to vato to I*i*M at the time and
piece atr*>ai n**>
gaaai "< aa i|.tiii..-i. aMi aatMaaM
and dm.-.' peraon lo advtoa and eon-
il to Ih* making of urn Ian a. h-M
meat and ..mveiuei.i lor lb* good
vemaaent o ihU pUce and peoola anl
praaorvallim of Ibeii i-.talei unlaoa *
Poll be required fur the drtrimutation
thereof In wbtrh cn*e *uch Poll will '-*
in M Ihe plxe or pbe* appoinurt
that i>..nHi*e. on Monday lb* lath
..I April IMI qaMWOnaln, between
h.ir* Bf 1 gf*g I
nlng
Ivan under my hand thl* lath day
of March IMI
. Wh >U> of March lai
P. A 1NORAHM, J P .
hherill a. Relnii.ma Omerr
MOTOR CVCI* Or* I
Iquar* Four
laagM \MJm
ie ."*u i
D3II Jii
MOTOR CYCT-X1 Velo**ll*
rvrli I hp A bargain BU6 00 li
Courtni Garage 31 .
ELECTRICAL
ON AN-Lighting Plant.
0 amp*. 4W watt*, with
pare* A. Barnaa a Co. t
JWIU.IP4 RADIO A PICKUP: On*
n lube Phillip* Radio and Pktknp f"
Iran* sport
WIVMNMIM NOTHIS
; Other, for lllgll Prlcd Pr.^.r'
d C SI- tor Low Prlred Pi- i*
mu Rarg.btt U .
iru Me tor Much Lr than U r
iik* R U fed u.i
C n *V dr Aliict The Hie W
t , | .
ma Ji.it Imagine I A New
UodriHWn Bunaalow lArnenran DeatgTi
I Wo* lo V, Gooo
!.*j.nnn and Wrn Bathiita. Near Ctty
V..--.I ill Modern Tonvcience*. Full
IVx-lnwd Yard Made Up. Go ig for
nder J..\;wi A I edroom Coltaa<
FuiilabelW. Mudcrn.Conven
iKWa. GjI"* * fie.tr-ble 1 Uearoorn Cottage at Thorn-
b-ir* HIM. Mam-Rd, Modern C'.nv*m-
C1..I.1 (-...,! Iilton. Yar-1
lo-d. Going lor Und i.
lor St. large Oirage or W i .hop.
.y Are.. Ool'.g (Or Under t, 300. A
New f Bedroom Bungalow -
Near Rock-ley. Going for Under aTl.rtf.
A Bungakw Type 1 Bedroom ipaaalSIa
li al lla^irm. :^ Md.. A-1 Condl-
| for Under Jfl.U0 Htone-
II nungalawn il and 3 B'droomi In
id near Navy Garder.i. Going for Under
:2JK. C*a0 and aTS.bW V-a^de
i.ngalow* ii nd other Iteildrncea. .
toll Stonewall Reudanca luilable
>. purpore. Ra-Sala Value* Amui
ii er 1111 and D* Convliwed. Call
Olive Bough'. Haatmga.
HOUSES
1 '.'
I ur... ';..'.> ted *i urht .; ".-. DM n. Blatk OM 11 :l .a Rock, all n
HHIGMTWOOD. St
P .n. fiirniibed rron
I HI, Telrphnrw POSO ,

lift
RLAIII ATHOL Appleby Rt J.m,,
\ewl inult iLuae with front and back
""mi' Three SfdraoNW, eaeh wllh
tnniin i water Din I
itUra room. Garaar Servant* room
C Clarke
II.. ,

WANTED
MmlBiMm rnwraw veek Tg re*
I centi Sa-dape II rford*
ireefc4 raala a
HELP
WBCKLLAHmOIC*
>'ipee TonK Wa
l-tile* *. jar per dor Apply Jahr-
Redman. Roebuek Street.
II J.I1
UdMClllATK CASH for diamond leweL
lery. old China, alleor and RhfS*ld Plata.
Phone 4ett or call al onHHiNOIffl, ad-
tomlQg Royal Yacht Club
0 151-TPJI
LIVESTOCK
well bird Alpine OaaH
li kidded a week- an
w Pa*M. Biiito,- *
aJH
Mm m
milll GOAT Well bred Alpine
Saanen 1 >aar* Apply Olandal*. Pro*-
TttafaioM ns u
week day* 1 ai In.
FL'U-TIME SECKKTAKV-
TREAKURER, HARRISON
COLLEGE AND
QUEEN'S COLLEGE
The Governors of Harrison Col-
lege and Queen's College invite
applications for the full-time post
of SECRETARY-TREASURER to
the Governing Bodies of these
two schools. The chief duties of
Ihe successful applicant will in-
clude:
(a) the receiving of school fees.
(b) preparation or Staffs' Tfiy
Sheets monililv;
(c) keeping of all school ac-
counts;
fdi erre^onaTice;
(e) attending meetings of Gov-
erning Bodies concerned;
and
< C i such other duties M tM
Governlng Bodies may de-
MECHANICAL
IAKRIEH IIIKKS
lerculr- Sliver Kln|
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a Con IgftgMg 1 Bedroom Cottage.
Modem Convenience*, i...
I Ijnen arid Untie rv if rrqulradi.
Ratrlger'toi. Had."
Dial 3111 after am., D. V dc Abr.-i
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IMMRDtATI CASH
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SI 3 SIt.i
MARINE GARDENS--New BunaalOW
t hldroaaaa with runnana watar. built In
Wardrobe* and all modern convenience*
Lomt leaee prafcrrod Apply Mr- Pried-
man Motel Royal 13 3 !--> f n.
in on applKallon to Mia* I
il Comer i>( Roebuck Street
>xd Lane.
ive will be ..ITered lor .a.
iTipeinion at our odce. Jnn .-
i Friday llui AprU 1S3I a<
Hutchuiaon A BanHeld
NEW BUNGALOW-Rnlerpil-j :"-.ad.
c.rt.t c-i.rch Available iTOanidiatoty
Furnuhed. e-rldge tleelrlrlt- and WBtoi
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The above ahar** will b
ule b, public cimpetltlon.*
Jaina* Street, un I'ud-o.
id*i:d 433
a
o'tercd lor
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L. W CLARKE A CO
Solirl'o.
J13.il -.rt
AUCTION
linuflr Tht! HHimnnH Hamtnpr
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t;OVKR>'MEKT \OTIIK
PART ONE ORDERS
i'oiiiiiiai.il i'.|
T'.e Bjarhtjdjai i*;
All ranki wilt parade al Rawtaaanlal llaattquaiiai- al llat hour. . Thuralap
l Apr ftl.
IH* Caw will do WBfpa trabalnr Ride Law-oei 1 the ty.ng fa*iuo- in* hoM.
Th* Oblect of Uni laeaan 1* to rev* pwonnel In bra to acii.pt n
lyniat po-itmn. and how to hoM the r.Re to oider to atm toiler r*MlU on th*
'tog The obien ol thi* leaaan
Nuence ol firing the aim m
Annual Mu.kelir CnurB*
I do L M G tralr.mi Lraaon B Fn
o leach man How la hoM the Bun and Mm
rr In obtain Ihe maaimum r* fleet on the
O) -ill parade for Drill
. Wed re-day 4 and Thur*dty ft Apr II.
r. All rank' are
WEEK l -.ni-.t.
TANG1-1N aaebmont. Bathattoba
oen P*bruar7 anward*. monthly or
otharwi**, 3 double bedroom, with .mule '
Simmon* bMi-i. children* room I
dining room and lo.inge Refngerato-.
garage. *ervar>i'* room. Appi- How
Bir.g M3I. lS18l--tJn.
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
M.V SedgeSefld. Scb fStari
Vh Adallna. Sch Maren II*- rh
*ii elaari D W.liar*. Yacht Ckribbv.
Sch. Bunra D Sen. LodlphJ. Sch
Mav Olive. Sch Oardenia W Sth
DOitar. Sch rmellne. Sch. 1 dia Adlm
H s,-h WonderlM. Counaelhir. Yacht
Buck.iroo, a*> Lucille M Smith. Sch
Mac, Sch rranci* W Smith.
Mi Mar* SI. Lewi*. Sch Mojly N
JonBB. Sch W. L FiinlcU Sch. Hoea-
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net. Capl
CUrh* 1
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Mitchell
RSI
4 Ml tot
ittlh. from Enaland
1 0*3 Ion. net. C*pt-
*m. from PunU Dalsrada.
NelBon. * ton. iv*t. Copt
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In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station
CABLE AND WIRELESS We*t indie*'
Ltd advi*e thai they can now com
Hi- follow In* lm
i O04H
nln
nablf
MIKCELLANROUS
If deacrlption
Early book*. Map* Auti
nATH CAPS We
have Rath Cap*
each Knight Lt
31 3 31 1>
UATTERIES Motor Cvcl Ballrile
t 13 eoch Courte-y Qarage Dial *3fl
BUNDS -So Tropirar So Cool' So
Modern' Woven blind* In beautiful wooli
(mm Sweden And lo go with them-
Sttaw Mat* from Japan At Harrlenn'i
lurniahliiB Dept 30 IIIIn
BULL RINGS i-r
owing to the *rarrlty of ropoer. *o
btB rWW. Obtmnable .1 Knlgfir. Ltd
3i j 3i -m
ATHS In r'aeealaln Enamrl. In
Whit*. Green. PrlmJo** with maWhlnf
mm to enmplaia oolniir aultea. Tup
grada. A BAANBB a Co.. Lid
M.Ut -tfn
2 The post is non-pensi'
and carries u flaed salary of
$2,160 per annum.
3. Applications by letter stal-
ing tie, qualifications and ex-
perience, together with two re-
cent testimonials must reach the
Director of Education, not later
than 4 p.m. on Thursday, 12th
April, 1951.
4. The successful ippUcBDt will
be expected to assume duties on
M a
.. .i
1st May. 1951. or as soon
ards as is practicable
26 3.575n
OAT
all Lady'* Spring C
. Stul.to.ie BIB
1 4 II-In
fAUM-ASMINE Why *un*r tha agon.
ASTHMA* CALM-ARMINE l.ibHt* OBI
relUno Ihe mod acute attack. aiM
irdore eaav brralhing almoit inetanlr.
iLaboaatoire* JOUVEINAL FRANCE'
oblalnablr at leading IhugglM.
flj-'KS J.m! what )oii have in
waiting for GraiidfagSar'. clock* In C
and Mahogany Mad* only aa Kim
can make them Wm D Richard*
Son. Mr Orator Street 113 SI
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dow .1. Him. Ugh I rnnlrol. Valar.ee*
draperle- By Klrarh. Dial 4414
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(IHMOI'IIVSE
"H-' for Mala*. "
aa*** of waual
ageing, phvilcal
,.,l,.l t.i
l.n.-l.-.
weakneu**. piematur*
and Intellectual depre-
Don: we guurnntn Ihe pleaaanl to laki'
liHMol'IIVSi: .|.'l.l..l.,iie. l-HARlJ(!i
ROtlX FKA.Nt't;. Obtainable at k-adlnff
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"TioLL-UP DAYUTE WOVIE SCREEN
1:. caie, good order. Fill, Cil' Pharmacy.
ll3SI~tf'
VENETIAN BLINDS. Kir*ch R-in-i
ill n.eial Drl.uie Venetian blind*, (o y
ran 3 week*. Dial 44T4.
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NOTICE
VI El.ttTION i vii.li
PAHpADO'
] MERXCMV
OUaliSed In
..I) |
vote al Ihe ElevUon
the General Anaembly
Ihe P.II.H of Si Andiew thu 1 have
..ppoinled The Community Hall
llelleplalne a. the place where all bui
perwin* may meet on Mondti' the PI
i'nv of April IU1 lo elect one Membi
ln *erve for the Parlih of St Andre
in the General A***n>b:> .if thl* lalan
And I hereby further give nutite Ih
m me event of a poll being required for
he d.termination of the BMd EJ'rlli
bave appointed foi the -a-.
plner* hereinafter peclnrd. Ihai i
Polling Slalmn No.
The Allev .e Scl
r ..I'.IH WLNO Foi
nellcplai,,. THE
The Allev ne School n*llci iMmi WINO For the u^ ol all perao
whoa* aurname* begin with ihe l*lt>
K to Z inrludve.
Dt<4 thl* SaUi dav of Marcli itoi
C. A SKINNFR
Parochial Tra.-*er SI AiuIkw
ORIENTAL
SOIVKMKS. I'miOH.
II \\ I I -.
New Shipment apened
THANFS "J*1
Night chair TowH
Drr-ii.g table, I
? ....,,. M.,t..r i auartt *tar*1 u.rd*r.
din" f I1.I1I. I l.iae mirror
Itooble Urd'tcad and iptlHg.
worku
bum
W...h-I
i.ip* Hadio
id.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
h S
s s
- s
s s
thelvtrtor. SR J R Ha
iraajon. s s. /men,., vagga
".iithe.n State., s Add'
'anadtan Condructor. S S
ig Joahua Tree, ss hpi.it. SS
.'aator. SS Feafre. -I -- li
S Km* S s Wool**) *! Paehlte.i
s AUo.li...>. 'i. s s Btnta, h s
S Maten S S Paper.u,
l.e..p*rd. 9 S D-"H..I
8 S Gull Hawk. 4 S
8 8. JitaUoian, ss a
gi.rabeth. 8 S Tgaagighn
Farl 1,1 Alcon Patrl I
dells II Dllwara. S
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S S Oolfilo.
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S. I. Hi
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4 S 8. Paul
St
Rdar.
.. [( i.i.'i
mail 4.aso pana
'
.-,,,<. I/Ml ton*
I Salul lalanda v
liana pr*i'.:ce* will be held an Mandaj
\i iim. trroiNTWiNT
Major L A Chaav I* aaaolnted Aning Adi.iia.it. Th* arbado
31 Mar il.
DRRSS
There a tendency to waar the b*rrt al an incorrect toale.
ii ml ruled mat th- band of tlw Mret aiioukl be worn iia.(hi acr
i.aiiFSli oriKfl AND OBDEKIV SEBJEAWT FOB
a APR M.
Orderly OnVer ..... Ltaut. T a. Olitena
Orderly S*neanl 407 t,a Uuinlvne. L. G
Neil f*r dal*
Orderly OnVaer ...... Lieut E R a odder*
Ortdly 8*riMi ...... *0B L S Red. N B
M I. D SKFWgS-COX. MUor.
S O L F A Adjutant.
The Barbados aaglmant
oaaia*
SERIAL NO II
SIIFFT MO I
PAST
THE BARBADOS aaniMENT
ICTH MARCH. 1WS1
I t VI I 'ill. || |.r
GranUtl 1 month*' F I*.v.
I Feb 31
I. D SKEWF.S-COX Mal,.r
8 O L F A Adjutant
Th* Ramad.,. Rwament
SHIPPING NOTICES
Canadian National Steamships
-Ol TMBDl NB '
CAN. (ii .: i ks'uer
LADV RODNEY
LADY NELSON
IADV RODNEY
LADY NELSON
LADY RODNEY
T May
B June
3" June
34) July
Sail*
Hf-llfaa
S Apr.
14 Apr.
10 May
4 June
s JuW
X Aug.
II Ape.
II Mav
II June
ft July
4 Aug.
A rrtvas Bella
>ierbaoa *i*rba4>M
It Apr iTiTtT
r- Apr. Ap,
14 July
I June
! Jury
14 Aug
t. Capi
Luel
i. cap!
am uin wm
8 8 QolWo. 4.SU lona naS, Capl Sap*
vurti'i loi Trinidad
IS Ladv Nelaon. 4.4*4 ton. net. Capt
lark* fi* l Vincent
88 Oa*oine. taai ton. n*' Capt
rlgent fo. EVigUnd
Rules of Exchange
HZ
ten il. lit
CANADA
laeteatoa MBwIaaaaaaatl
pi. Chequat on
Banker* f 1 pr
Demand Draft- ag.Xl P-
SIBht DialtH Wl '
:abk
Noim.ur.vi,
LADY NELSON
LADY RODNEY
LADY .SELRCJN
LADY RODNEY
LADY NT3.SON
LADY RODNEY
Arrive* laUf An Ive*
Barbadoa Barbodaa Borton
, II April 14 April Z) Apr
. 3 July
.27 Jut'
14 AuJjT.
I July
M July
a Am
14 July
T Aug.
Ifiepi.
N.B Subject to change without notice j
b* Pa.icngrr Far** and frelant
Arrlrea Arrlvn
MX. John H*Uf.a
3d Apr.
14 July
8 Aug.
S Sept.
Arrive-
Mont re il
:a Apr.
2B Mav-
is June
il July
IS Aug.
II Sapt.
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mri
Fly Imiruettnn*
ha r..i......I m 40
, FruUv. 4h 'I
ly Bone ~
lve.1 I wil
ii ( N. l-.n Street
|M A-40 Ao*tin C*
Ban .ged In ac
al 2 p.m. Term* CASH
VINCENT ORIFFITH.
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
Table
Vrj HMW Small Tip-Top Table. Cour>
vvruma TatoJ*. _K.-.kei, Aim A Uprur
- r Waih-iand' .
Sincir IwdBtoad .
ire** irrreiv
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31 3 513n.
NOTICE
HARRISON COLI.EGK
HAKRAIHIS. R V. I
FiKLJl'IKFl) U | 0
September 1951.
(I) A GRADUATE to teach
SPANISH with FHKH'H II
possible.
12) AORADUATE to teach
HISTORY with ENGLISH.
HARRISON COLLEGE IS a day
GRAMMAR SCHOOL of 580 boyiJ
taking the Oxford and CnmhridRC
General Certificate and working
to Open Scholarship standard
has a Sixth Form of UO. an.t
n.presented on the Headmaster;
Conference as an Oversea*. School
SALARY. For Ft"' "i" SccoikI
Class Honours D-W":
SI,920 riling by *9 lo
$2,880 ami then by *H>
to S3.496 plus $21fl per
unnum for an Bouea-
tional Diploma
For GRADUATES
SI.728 riaull by S"2 to
$2,180 und then by $90
to 13.928 plus S21B per
annum for an Educa-
tional Diploma. ($480
1100.)
The position on th.- Salary Scale
would b,- decided by teaching ex-
perience including an allowance
for War Service.
PASSAGE EXPENSES to Hir-
badot not exceeding S960 wilt be
paid against appropriate vouchers
Up to the present no passage
money is available lor leave.
The post is pensionable under
the Barbados Teachers* Pension
Act. No contributions are pay-
able, but the minimum quaUrylng
period is ten years. Service al
Harrison College Is counlrd a'
qualifying under the Eni.i.'ii
Teachers' Superannuation Act.
Applicants should mention lul
sidiary stibjtKta which they
id out-of-School activtie* whirl
thev are prepared to undertake
APPLICATIONS logether w I
three recent testimonials, t h i
names of two Referees, and i
photograph, should be sent by air
mall to J. C. Hammond. Esn
MA. (CantabJ. Harrison Collevt
riarbado-; n W I. to Arrive no
later than ?flth May. 195!
20th March, 1951
1 4 '51 -V
SI ItSt RIBIKS If the "ADVOCATE" Nrwpaper In the
sirallirlyde. Barbarec.. I.awrr Bank Hall and Miweundlnc
a are nolilled that Mr. C. B ALLAMBY hat relinquish-
ed the acency aa from the end of March, and It has been
isfrrrrd to Mr. V. RICE, Bank Hall Road aa from
Hl'NDAY. APRIL 1. 1951.
ADVOCATE CO. LTD..
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ROYAL NETHERLANDS
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\II1M; FROM AMSTERDAM
M.S W.lli'm.tod itm' ApMl 1131.
SAILING TO i-ilMiii HI A
AMSTSSnAM
M S. Oranjc.tad" llth April, IpSi.
SAILING TO TRINIDAD PARAKARIRO
A GEOROgTOWN
S S -J...|inlan in April, ItSl
MS Hrr-ilU 4th April, lift),
'.-..it..-a- 33rd April, iri
SO TO LA Ot'AIR
8A
El*
'Bnle.lad '
A. CI'RACAO
I, I4S1
See us for - -
BRC FABRIC
EXPANDED METAL
TEMPERED HARD BOARD
OIL STOVES & OVENS
T. DERBEttT Ltd.
M & 11 Roebuck St., & Magazine Lanes
Phone
4267
M V Cacique Del Carle." will
iicc*Bl Cargo and Pn*a>ngrr* for
SI Vincent, Grenada and Artib*.
Soiling Saturday 3l.t Inrtant.
MV "Caribbee" will accept
Cargo and Paairnger* tor Dotnlnl-
r*. Antigua. Slont*errat, Nevli
id Si RUtu. Dole of departure,
lo be r...lifted.
B.W.I. SCHCCNER '\TR^
ASaoCIATION DICl
Conilgnee. Tele. No. 4441
FRENCH LINE
Cle Gle Tranaatlantlqoe
SAILINGS TO
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COLOMBIE" April 22nd.
Via Martinique and Guade-
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"COLOMBIE" April llth
Trinidad, La Guaira, Cura-
cao. Cartagena and Jamaica
Accepting Pas;
and Mall
ngers. Cargo
t M. JONES & Co., U.
AOENTS
Phone ::: S1U
irr*;.\rntxu
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Take this opportunity of ol.tnining your rcqlllrfmcnls
IN
GALVANISED & STEAM PIPE
Hani;iii.!i from '" upwards
MILD STEEL
Flats, Rounds. Squares in all Sizes
BOLTS & NUTS-AH Size.
FILTER CLOTH-White Cotton Twill
Al PRICES that cannot be repeated.
The it tun uio\ 101 \im\
White I'll. B*wl, St. Michnel
DIAL MM
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CRANE HOUSE
SALE hy PCH1.IC Ct MPETITlON nl 2 i
mi FiiiL.i .
April 8lh ai JOHN M. Hl.AIKiN B QkTfV ES, PLAlifATIONS
BUILDINC
ON o* thl h.irnmii:!-. -it.i.itcd piopertle* of thu
nature in the Island The house has proved its solidity by
withstanding past hurricanes and contains 5 large liedrooms
(with h"l and cold water), Fpaiious lounges, dining room.
-.mil bar with rjemboo decor, wide shady |
li.oigi-. ' nun. rh.ilf. hatnry dttaul lighting plant
.wil the ainctin I I'l.m.irv wtttl Una tjrpeof property. There
il aporox ir.^iudiiii: a long sitetch of the Crane
irae coconut gTove, gaurdsni plertttfj ertUi
shrubs and shude trees, also grazing land. The coastal view*
could hardly Ik- rx.cllcd and the lathing i_ excellent.
Further particulars and conultions of sale may be obtained
from the SollctP rrtngton *\ Scaly, Lucas Street.
or the A iniatinn* Ituilding.
JOHN M. BLADON
. i i. \
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You cannot get a betler Blend for
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TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.
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Ready 8trtc!ied Canvas on Board.* 2 *U*
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MEDMENHAM
PINE HILL
For SALK by PUBLIC COMprflTION at 2.30 on Friday,
April 6th, IMI, at JOHN M. BLADON'S OFFICES, PI-ANTA-
TIONS BUILDING.
A ven- fine two-storty propertv pleasantly situated in
Ipprox. l*t acres near Government Home There is spacious
and well prc^ortloned accommodation comprising 3 reception.
dmlng and bioakfast rooms. 4 bedrooms. (I with large dressing
room), butler's pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, garage, fern-
ery. BfMlltrf hour.es etc There Is a two-way entrance drlva
and the grounds are well laid out with lawns, flowering shrubs
and flower gardens The whole property has n pleasant char-
acter typical of some of the older established homes in this
exclusive area. Suitable for conversion Into flats with sufficient
room for tha erection of a separate bungalow.
Full particulars and conditions of sale may be obtained
from the Solicitors. Messrs. Yearwood and Boyce, James Street,
or the Auctioneer. John M. Bladon, Plantations Building.
JOHN Me BLADON
\l V V A.


M MAY. APRIL 1 1ISI
SUNDAY VDVUHATr
I \..i l II II l
Communism In Asia
New BBC Talks Series
Lisiners lo the BBC win Know
that for many week* there
ha* been broadcast in the General
Oversea* Service a *eries of Tilk*
entitled "Communism in Practice."
The r,BC Is new to follow up
th.it vtic. with an important now
one Communism in Asia"on
tim development and behaviuur of
Communist partlm in Asia. The
Irsl ten talks will be concerned
with China, the only major Asian
country with a communist gov-
ernment in power. They will be
given by I-conard Conslsntine. a
Methodtit missionary who re-
turned to England last year after
living m China for nineteen years.
nt of them as a history lecturer
in the I'niversity at Wuchang. In
his first talk Mr. Constantino will
sketch the history of the Chinese
Communist Party and its leaders.
and describe their road to power.
lie will show that the ^reawit
omcthing new in China
.rut not just another chapter in
i of war and revolution
which began when the 1911
ravotaltka finally shattered the old
Confucian system. The talks will
be broadcast on Fridays at 10.13
p.m. beginning on Friday next.
6th April.
Advice On Wrlllaw
We should, from last week, have
called the attention of our readers.
particularly those who submit
contributions for the BBC's West
Indian programme, Caribbean
Voices' to thr> sines of talks now
being broadcast early on Friday
moruings under the title of "How
the Writer Does It." Last Friday
U A. C. Strong dissected W. W.
Jacobs' fhort story A Chang,, o;
Treatment" and next Friday. 6ih
April. Bertrand Russell, winner of
last year's Nobel Prize for litera-
ture, will spnk on "How | Write"
Admirers of Lord Russell, and
there are many who have no
ambition to be writers, will find
much enloytnent. we are sure.
from his talk. Unfortunately,
while it is on a direct beam to us
it Is at an uncomfortable hour but
it will probably be worth making
an effort to hear it. You can do so
at 7.30 un on Friday next on
19.60 metres, 13.31 mesa cycles.
Twenty Questions
One of the most popular of
BBC programmes Is "Twenty
Questions" the radio version of
the oW Victorian parlour gaine.
This is now on the airsince the
Mart of the new quarter beginning
1st April.at 7.15 p.m on Tues-
days but only en the beam to
North America. At that time uV
direct beams to the Caribbean
carry "West Indian Guest Night"
in which guest artiste entertain
us and ir. which a film review is
now being given. However, re-
ception permitting, and it shoflld
be getting better as summer
draws on. you should be able to
pick up the G.O.S. to North
America at that time on the 25
and 31 metre bands9.825 megs.
end 11.80 megs. In "Twenty
Questions" Anona Winn, Joy
Adamson. Jack Train and Richard
Dimbleby ask all the questions
and Gilbert Harding knows almost
all the answers.
Serious Argument
Another change >n BBC
whedulei since the start of April
is the introduction of 'Seriou.i
Argument' a weekly programme
on Wednesdays at 9.30 p.m. in,
which a team of speakers com-
ments on the news of the week.
mondai *ran
*m M
AM am Ts* Billv Cotton ftaiwl Sh*
T am Th# Hw. Tis u N'-
Arjlya*; 7 11 air. Prwn ih# gditotiali
; am Profi.-i.-.- Pu^t; ISO am
How to Write. TB am Intwludr: '<>
.r SouVwUt of MiaMCJ SSA a-
Pr*rMcr Main .Prt**rt; IU a i T>#
IMbalr CoiitiKuM. am. T*r S< ..
10 am Homo N*wa from Mi
am (I Down II.IS am r-mr^n...-
Or. OGDEN goes
chasing headaches
S,
MM
415 pm fIBC Ttarthom Orrh**tr>.
5 pm Compoaer of tho Stl. 5 15 ptr
TWa Story liar. 1 JO p m Tip top
Tufm. pm NifM. at lha> Opii.
aa-T.is p.m. tbm nr **u M.
4S pm h^rniun* Parada: T p
Th* Nw. J 10 p.m N*w Analr<
1 IS p n s..nll and Snn
: Nl HSt. MU
From FRFDFRICK t'OOK
\ P m
MM
* Now I Writ.. IU pm
a* Radm Nrwntrl.
t.x
rm Commwwvalta Survey. L*
PrarUfo Vakr* Pwfnt lit pjr
pwn ttl th* Wart, S p m BBC <"oT.r*rt
Hill 10 pm Th* N> loin Din.
from in* EdltaruU 10 11 pm. Tii> Tc,i
Tmw*. MUpm S. *n..- Rr.irw. II pm
Huhin ll.a
CHURCH SERVICES
T UONAM1
SfTNOAV April 1 *ft I .
Holy Cttinmunlon. ..m Choral
BUSklfhS i-l Addreaa II am Matin*
1 pm Surrta. Vi.oui
7 pin Evrnaoiif and S*Tmoo W. D.
Wood*. VM-ar
voawiAs
ItOtDlXK STPUaTT II a rr
Moor* iiloit Communion > i
' tatATC nilj. II a.m. Mr
T pm Mr. I. 0*1*>
TVlliBCK- 11 am Mr
I
hlr. T. tarsa*
,.m. Mr n eat.
sir i i: Baatt
. M' t; C Lrwt*
mllor W
peppei
Slloi" MUX- 7pm
DUNSCOMltX II a
T pm Mr U B*ui
ii i in.i.i- i
j*me snuarrn an
Bullion I pm R*v J. f
I'AYNES BAV-*J a.m. Mr J A
Crlfrllh 1 pm. Mr r hUora
WIUTF. IIA1J, am Mr Parkin.
7 pm Pv H. MoCulloinh
tilU. MF-MiUtlAl. II am R'v R
MrCulUih 1 p.m. Mr F D Bo^cn
Moi ftown-sat m Br\ r i*
.., Mr* MorM
BANK HALL IN im Rv MeCul'
louh. % 7 pm Mi J Laynr
NEW YORK
DO you per headm > -
Dr Henry D Ogden. of th
l^iuiuana State University Scho
of Medicine, put that question t i
4.634 people And from 3,005 (6
per cent) of them came uV
answer "Yes".
Dr. Ogden has been makin
one of the first cninpreheimv
studies tu determine who does; an
des not .have hJBllBfhci He hi
just reported his discoveries t
the American Academy of Aller
gy' in New York.
By occupation he reported th I
following headache percenthrc*-
Mrdkcal -lurtr...- R;,
StudenU. 80S.
i:\ecutlve. 17.3
rrWoftkloiud workers. ? g.
Housewives. 69.H
Clerical warkers. B ?.
Salesmen. 58 S.
Manual labevrer*. S5.1.
Farmers. 3.
Incomplete tijrures showed that
66 ier cent of all l* >
headaches, but onlv 45 per een*
of all doctoi-s.
It was In 1948 that T>r O^ricn
bMUBl intcrented in
lrms of headache-
"1 found", he said., that head
aches were often associated with
nasal allergy There is a definite
relationship between headache*
and the presence of rtaptratory
troubles, including cold*. 101
throats and allergies BUBll I
seiAii ti
PM
liETirESDA11 am Mr. B. Gre**n.
1 pm. P.M
WTlin 11 m Ba^v. M. A. *.
Tvoma. 1 pm. Bv B Croab). Moiy
On>">nM>" "nor wich Urn"
DM.KEITIl: Ham Mta* r Bry-i
I PI" Rev M A, *. Thorn*... Holy
R*v.
TT.IOHTSTOWN II .m. RPV. P. nici*l!ck;u \ 1 .... I
l.-*T*ncf 7 pm Rev. T. Uwrrrcr * Lf ISHllSS^'S .TU'lU
" a Orant 1 pm.
Mr b Gr. With Disniul Shni^
HUKNOS AIRES. March 30.
John Edwards. Economic Sec-
retary to the Hutish TraBIUfl
gave a dismal shrug of the should-
ers when asked if he ..- "mm
optimistic" this afternoon about
getting a meat agreement before
he leaves for London on Sunda>
He had Just attended a two and
a half hour meeting with the
Argentine Ministers of Economy
and Finance, to consider hi* new
offer.
Talks would be resumed to-
night. Edwards latent proposals
were handed to the Minister of
Economy last night alter his earl-
ier "comprehensive proposals"
had according to P*ronl*ts new?
Si pars here been turned dow
f Argentina.
Keulrr
C 1IMMMMI
an.MONT ii
Hot* Communion; i. p m. aar r
SOUTH DtSTBaCT t a m Hv.
MAC Thom. Holy Communion
7 p in Mr A B Cut.ru
I'HOVIDENOg- 11 am Mr R l.mWn.
nd asthma "
In The Family
The surrei/ rceeaied
Few people suffer with BfM
.iche more than once a week
But more than one per cent hav.
dalh headache*. There is a knov r
. ttory of headache in 2:
' of all people report.n>
themselves
Headaches do not follow n>
i irUeulai bbhoo. (Bi I
ihose reporting a seasonal ret
:.r predominate* i
Al least sixty per cent :
tliere i no particular time "*i
day for onset of headache A goxi
number have headache' oi:
About three people
i (our report that headaches las:
less than sis hours.
Dr. Ogden noted that SO 7 >er
cent of males have heads, 'if-
compared with "1 per cent l
femnles
The proportion of single pcoj)'>
iiaving headaches was stgmli
.hiiII\ higher, of m-mr-l m
widowed people signinc:.ni;
lower Sixty-one per cent M
married people have headache
70 par tent of the unmarr ed]
Nearly 80 per cent "f il- U
year-olds interviewed said th-'
had one or more heaCHM btl
week Only 36 6 per tserrt Of
those over 60 reported one >,
mure a week.
ALLfKGY ereeuiee sensl-
(he body lo eiTfai"
vubsta'.. i
< World Copi/riohf Rcierrerfl
Lls
T p m Ht O. Beaihf
mi SATVATION ARMY
OlSTBf11 M> Hwlinaaa M*1bM
3 pm. Cwinpanj MaSinS 1 P Sou^d
MiAI RroaTam* on Cn>rl8lon. Con-
aurWd M)or A. t MoBril iDIMii
Command*!'
BRUXHtTOWN CKM'I'RAL 11 m
llolmsaa MtMlns J p.m Co-P-n> Mael-
ini 1 an. Salvation MrMinl Pr--ri-r-
Major Smrt^
WBXLJNGTON STRJU-T II a.m. Holl-
i.i-.. Me*Un| 1pm Company Mtti'.S
7 pm. Salvation Mmim Pr*achw *.
MaMc Cilbtii
lONC. RAVII a rr Holirwi Main
3 p.m. Copipany Meatind. ?'" Salva-
tion M**un|. Pl-chw LlTitnar.l
B.B.C. Radio
Programmes
-1 Mill .\PRSL 1. IMI
n.sfl aaa.-il.lt p.m......ihm M.
Mam Wrrkxnd Sport* RvpoM 6*'.
j. m SjiihIv M.-M-i'ritT Oifiin. Tom. Th- S>wi: 7.19 am. Nor>
Anal>>la: 715 am Prom tn* Edltnrtah.
7 35 am. Prorrammf Parade. 7.M air.
PngllaK Mafa/in*. a_m CalUnf all
Forcva. t am T* N*w* a m.
Home Nrwi from Britain: t IS am. Clow
Down: II 18 a.m. ProaT*mm J-aradr.
11 SO am IMprludp; 11 TO am. Sunday
StViTSI II .nnnni TR> Ne It 10 p m.
Newa AnaL>u. 1119 p.m. Cloar Down.
CARI.TON-ll am Hollne*. M**lm(
3 am. Comp-'V Moetlr* 7 p.m. >*ai'-
,km MMInl P.eachrr CWUUl B.urnr
SEA VIEW II am Holineaa "
n(. 3 pm Company M*!lna. 7 p*v
Salvation M**U*. Preach-r. Lmrtrnautt
BMBB
ni'iNOlNd CUBIST TO THE
NATIONS
The l..th*r.n M-ir. 6 pm Dr 1.
rrann "hi). DR*c*or
Si. Jwhn Ianh*ran Hour; VaiflWl*
Road. Blarl. Rock. 11 >A JWJM
MrmM. 7 pm R\*nawit and Srnun fc>
AjMrr 1-1-6 Spaakar Dr B. B Brut-
th la*., i rirea-nUiUva
4 IS [in. Muw **"*" 11 **' bni
Hi t Hoik
S IS p. n Uenee- ChaSce:
Ptayvn
gat- v 1 B aa aw. M..T-. un m.
flit |. 1- ru>* a LaiacV itf t> m
7 pm Thr Ntai,

ii,i*-i VgKoa.
1.4SII.BS SI.St. UU M.
7.46 pm. Why I Believe, a pm Radu,
Newaieol. tit pm SunoJ.y Sorvlcc.
( pm. Compoaer ol tr,e Weok; 6 p.m.
Cnmaon Pluth; 10 p m The N#wi: 10 10
p.m. rtom the EUltorlali. 10 IS pm Th
Cathedral Orcani; I03t p m. Londo-i
Forum: II pi" Sdaeti
BOSTON
WRUI. 113S Mr. WRl'W II 7S Mi
WKL'X 17.71 Mr
.Var BEAVTY
24 Barbadian*
Back Home
Twoity-four Barbadians who
were employed on H.M. Dock-
yards in Bermuda, returned to
the Island yesterday momiim by
the R.M.S. LaJy Nehon
They were II Glttens, E
Weeke<. E GriiTllh. R. Walcolt.
H Jones. A. Bishop. E Preseod.
K. Waterman. A. Linton. V*.
Oiehlow. C. Thorpe. U Forde. I
Beat. O. Brown. S. Eat wick. C
Scantlebury. G. Rudley. W
Greaves, V Harowood. F. Hard-
ing and H. Wilson.
They all looked nappy as they
hopped off the Government Watar
boat Ida to th* i.teps of the Bag-
gage Warehouse. The Baggage
Warehouse bustled with porters
handling their baggage and theu
relatives who h*d gone lo meat
them
Futilo Ccttow
WASHINGTON, March 30
Hepublicnn Senator KtOIMOi
W'licnv tola) the Senate today that
Americans "are Blowing up the
building of our air tore* to pro-
vide more ground forces for a
futile gesture in Europe"
The outcome of any war would
ohvimislv |>e decided by the ef-
BH of bombinu on bo*
sirtts. Kumpe which hat plenty i
manpower in Europe is intuic^ted
In Uilltg TnnniKiwer. but niily th
Unite Becesaary air force to make this
manpower usable" he declared
Russia had the air power t
desluiv western Europe
"If an atomic attach crippU
the United States, we cannot
possibly support an army
western Europe".
"LADY NELSON"
BRINGS FLOUR
A thousand bags of unbleact
oft winter wheat flour. 093 ca
Of Brunswick sardines along with
Supplies of pickled meat and rnaca
roni arrived in the island yc*terda;
by trie Lady Neleam from S1 John
N B and Halifax.
The Nelson called during tin
morning and lelt port during th'
night for British Guiana via St
Vincent, Grenada and Mnldad
She landed 30 passengers here
Messrs Gardiner Austin A
Ltd., are her local agents
The Committee nnd Mem-
bers of the
IVIMOM CLUB
inquest your company
tO their
Annual Dam <
at qiDKN'S FARK HOI SI.
on SATURDAY NIGHT,
28TH AI'RII.. 1M1
Muilc b> Mr reecy Green's
Orchestra
SUBSCRIPTION 2 -
SCHOOLS MUSICAL
FESTIVAL, 1951
t o.\t I in
Bv Mntaed Choirs and
Solojsis of
I I.LMENTAKT ANI> SEC-
ONDARY SCHOOLS
Assisted by (he Police Band
un.l.i the direction of Cap-
tain C E Haison. M II |
A B.C M
(By kind permission of the
Commissioner of Polite i
AT THE COMBIRMEKI
SCHOOL
On FI11DAV. 6TH APRII
61
. '. T 0(1 p m
i:.-... ,.i -..is 3/- and 2 -
rrreserved Seals 1/
Mi.-.r- open at ? 31 p.m.
Ticket* ObUlrafJall at Dept
of Bducatton
./ unnit
or mo UUIIIL
WITH -
(ONGOLEIIM
OBTAINABLE IT 11V :
Barbados Hardware Co., Ltd.
-------- ALSO --------
RUGS
PLASTIC TABLE COVERINO
LEATHER ( I Mill
ASD MA*V OTHER ISEFTL ITEMS fOR TOf
r rn IS i VMl u< ntkr T"r SrtluMn T.-*..
N.. 1. SWAN STREET THONE !109. 4ji or 1H4
| GIRLS' I IIIIMin I
SOCIETY
ANNUAL FETE
Under Ihe fWsrniuaished
Pnfronoue of His Excellcncu
fhe Corernor and Lid'
SfltXpf
Swill be held al
THE HOSTEL, Country ltd
- .. SATURDAY. Apul Mil.
from 3 SO to fl 30 p m
There will be the follow-
ing Stalls: Flowirs and
Variety. Needlework. Sweets.
Ilouichold. Books. Cakes and
Ices
For the Children there
will be I'ony Rides and
Lucky Dips.
By kind permission of Col.
Michelin. the Polire Band
i.inducted by Capt. Rais
will play.
ADMISSION 6D.
1 4 51
Don't Miss
This
Opportunity
It may
;i*>rer b*>
n-prulfd.
HEAVY ALUMINUM SHEETS 22 Gauge.
6 fl. 7 It. 8 Ii. I It.
$4,112 S4.H $5.37 JC.ur
inn. nit. i2ii.
SS.72 S7.2II SK.05
AI.IMIVl'M r.L'TTEKISi; 2, 2 0" nnd V wide
BlY now:::
.. new
t <>s I ii in i- Ji-iiiIiii
now al
Y. De Lima St Co., Ltd.
VW lixln"
20 BROAD STKK1
VtiSF,
.
JUST SIX ONLY. HERE!
Haroulss Silver Kln Carrier
Bikes, coaplete, $87.10. Our
other bikes are on the water
and you should put down your
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
i.1lBwir.;:^ v.-.;-.-.-.-.'.'.'.-.'.-.-.-.-.'.'.-. v.-.'.v.-.'.cw'.KraK^SiS**',;
1,11AM)
FREE
COMPETITION
open lo all, fourUnni (14) pfteea
given an ay.
SUrts2nd April fifmHifithhm lfH
Grand Free Competitmn open l" lU, fOUTWl (M)
prires given awuv Starts 2nd April closes 2t*th June. ISM
1M prlie
2nd prtM
Srd piice
4*h prize
5th prftM
6th priae
7th prife
Bth prize
a-llmnei V.doi Sii.v.
,:, IPNS Fish Eaters
1 only No 5S "Vllor" Stove
I anfy No HI "Valor" Oven
' .i../ S.ni|i S|
I only Prenure Stove
I only Poinnrn
I only Stainless Steel llread Knife
6 Consolation prizes of I d<-7 ' uri-.1 Ki:i' Iti-m >
Just collect th* labels from your Frs> Bentos Soup
tui park them in dozen loK and send them to T. Sydnex
Klnck Ltd. 3rd Floor. Plantations New Buildinn. and de-
mand a receipt for them On 2fth June the fotutten (14)
persons send inn in the larne-l numlter of labels will receive
their pnre- BeeordJlni to the nuantit> of labs-Is sent in.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
FRAY BENTOS
SOUPS
CLARKS CHILDREN
SHOES Size 3-7H2 $2.88
UP.
SPUNS
Bordered & other
Now Designs
$1.44 yd. up
LINGERIE
Rayon Flowarad Designs
95c- up
A full range ol
CREPES & LINENS
in shades you'll like
LADIES & CHILDREN VESTS
THE BARGAIN HOUSE
30, Swan Sired S. Al.TMAN, Proprirlor
'HONK tin
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AMD
FOOTWEAR EXHIBITION
in
N. E. WILSONI
St Co. !
u i: it is rotit
CHANCE
You are cordially Invited t<> iittend :
WILSON'S liRANH I.XIIIBITION f FOOTWEAR for men, women and
children which begins on MONDAY M) AI'Kll. This exlubilion is in-
l.-niied U. display Ihe IJK;GKST VAKIKTY of LADIES SHOES tv I
.each these shores from the WORLD'S LEADING MANUFACTURERS
Each 1* nufacturcr has sent in pa rterd consignment in the hope
of winning the 1st. 2nd and ;trd \>t'\t.v\ therefore you can well imagine the
big assortment you will have to select from
The Countries competing are .
Amcnc.i ........ 10 manufacturers competing
BnfluKl
Holland
France
Cnchoalovakia
Trinidad ......
12
10
4
a
Doy Oh Boy What a lot of Shoe* to select from and who will be the win-
ner of Ihe Competition *
VOTE: You are your own judges, six ladies selec. | ;iylo shoes
at the same time, DM Ant o1 thuu ladies will be entitled to one
pair of the said shoes Free. So brine I make
nous and yet yours*-.! FRE1 FREE.
HANDBAGS lo malih an> -hues M-leiled.
In fairness to you. we suggest tha' jrou vtfll iomt of the otl
In Um Island before coming to Ufcao that you will be fully convinced that
we are undoubtedly IILADQI'ARTr.RS fcr ladies ihOM it lowest poMlhu)
N. E. WILSON *& Co.
THE HOUSE WELL KNOWN FOR NEW GOODS. CENUINE GOODS AND PRICES
31 SWAN STREET DIAL :l7li


PV.I IMI I N
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, U'RII. I 1*31
Committtiions
Of Inquiry Act
Anwiult'ti
The LtajtslatlVC I'
ihe aio,H ul lb*. Ad I
qulrv may l<" held Cfjlo any mal't'i

r.ncipal Act Ihf
following wa I
*"lo inqi.itc Mo tru> conduct of
pny oftlcvt in tin.* put in
xr.ti Island, ihv conduct or m*i
eni \ *ni
>( any pubUc 01

,.li!. in tha
..pillion l '
mlttee, 11 ii. the puhin
The Hill .i-
Itee .,1 which Honourable
(; I) 1. I'l. wh Chairman. The

; Iwo weeks ago.

(oDowtng
ihould lake Kir phicr of
those in Ihe Art:
-lo rnquire l&to II"' conduct .>(
.1 in UM Pub
<,r iht- isi uid, tha > ocMud ...
Itc or local institution or any local
'
which revcivc: or is HltJ
putJc funds whether provided by
Ihe Treasury or i
ti-r connected with such
department .r pubUc or local in
tliullori or local Bovernment body
or body in which an tftqul
. .vernorln-
BxMUtlve Committe,' be fa I M
public welfare."
In the Bill iis passed by the
Council, the section t.i-'
oilier form. It says:
TO enquire into the conduc' of
. i in the public un .< e ItM l.l'uii. the conduct and man-
iicemont of any department ol thf
public service, the col
ir.anugcment nf any , ti
ivanuncnt body, and the
onduct and auuuuytmtnl Ol II
j ublic institution or body which la
mi Hcipt of. or anil
public fund' whether provided by
t In- Tii .'
ve*Iry of the bland Off from lmpe-
s. and Into which an en-
i,11 v in the opinion ol the Oovei
rior.in-Exccutive Committee would
be for the public waUan
VHHHIIM.I Hl\
Conditions In England
Are Difficult
w tjof Mini i
C Noott, H'-;ulniasteruf Coinberrrn'io Sh Ihe Advocate yesterday ihat conditions in England are gel-
:i.creaj.innly difficult and the housewife particularly,
II Imdinn it very hard;to keep meal.s going for her family
Majtr Noott returned from Enf-
lend yesterday by the GeMta al- D*' am* *l Durham, is thor-
: >din| si* months' ho|kU> 4|hl> 'njoyinr his new '.pen-
ugh like Mr itrcwaur
u | now and again, a little 'I
Ii 1 thai 1 penn\ .. .nh of ln*" '' :'"r>tn o" Bnrl.adoa sunshine.
praam ration today Viseount C'ombermere
MM and it hat Major Noott said that another
that level tor several towreMlng experience he had was
tl the privilege of meeting in London,
It pir of the fo-d subsidies the present Viscount Uoinbermere.
rhich anabladi paapla to buy thalf wh" i* a groat grandson ..f thr
.small (..Liidities of ration*d foodJ founder and patron of Comber.
cheaply, thing', were very , i ivc two photofpraruraa
Sugar he said was -till very to oc presented to the school. After
it thay had made arraiuja< "' hnva been formally handaa
England every month from Bur- l:i-' t'wni LffTM m oonaatsauOUl
Dados ami wan therefore able to Aacaa In the School Hall and the
:hen own familial by giving S* ikxj Librarj
Janf\S!.MfihdhlFair
a little extra sugar winch
they were very glad to have
During the whole six months he
halMvan H was fair to say that
every day brought news of some
of one thing or
H thi
Fo-
iiMuffs. fuel, clothlnfc,
' all deacriptit
At Waterloo Station on the mom
ttiir they were leaving England. Mr.
. water turned up and they met
Mi rranklc Worrell who had jutt
returned from his tour of India
air. Worrell has given him a full
HHUth phcto-portrait of himself b
ted u. the school and ha
asked him to convey to all O
THE principal annual rowiug event in England, the Inter Vanity
Boat Ksco uetwoon Oxford and Cambridge from Putney to Morlakr.
ended in a 12 Isngth* win for Cambridge, who are seen i lengths
.ii.r.td of their rivals as they pass Hammersmith Bridge.
nd but faresall those tig- bermenanv prtaaol and past, his
ured amongst the increases listed very kind regards,
and some of them went up twice Major Noott said that his wife
or more during the six months. his son and himself had thor
The bright aide of life in Eng- f-ughly enjoyed their stay in g*U]
land ns they saw it was the very land--despite the cost of living-
much greater range of goods of "id they were all feeling very lit
to i < seen in the shop "fter a hard English winter, but
A'indowi. Particular.v
range and varMj
iorct Combermere's Crew
Unload Gascogne
The crew nf the QovamiTMnil
water boa! Lord (ombermrre
..... In unload 630 bags
of mail from the s s <.ascanr
yesterd.iv when some lightermen
went on strike here
The mail was from Pt
BrIUsh Guiana. Trinidad and
Grenada. The (iaseogite arrived
at daybreak and left few hours
nfter her arrival for Kngland via
St. Lucia, Guadeloupe and An-
She brought to Barbados 211
passengers. 30 of whom got off
here. Her agents an VI- t
R. M. Jones h Co., Ltd
Colonial Building
Officer Is On W.I. Tour
Mr. G. Anthony Atkinson. Colonial Building 1 InltOfl
Oflicer at the United Kingdom's E)frparUncnt of Scientific
and Industrial Research's Building Reaflttvch Stntion, IMVM
by 'plane on Monday for Jamaica. He will then have end-
ed a ten-day visit to the colony.
ntng which the Puerto Rico
Govarnmant propose- to ofln
Incidentally this would ! a
form "f reciprocal aid as the
Architect and Town PlsWMI
rcsponsitil' for the giaatar San
Juan plan, Puerto Kico, had
ItUdMd town planning in Eng
land with Prnfetwor Sir Patrick
Abvrcrornbic undei ti,. ill
Council auspices.
Atflse Diary
MOMIAV. APRIL 2
No. 40 Rex vs. UavU Van
Pultln
TI'tSDAV. APKH. 3
No. 34Rex VS. CUrruce
Barker
NO. 57Rex Tl Sdney
Walters
No 38Kex vs. Oliver
GrlfliUi
WKI>NFSDAY. APItll. 4
No. SRex * Sinclair
roster
TIII'RSnAY. APPL *
No. 29 Re* va. Herbert
Haiaaa Angut Mum
and Winflrld LayM
FRIHAV APRIL 6
Ko. 9 Rrx McDonald
Bishop and FitiC.erald
Level I
Mr. Atkinson has been making
I thi t'nrlbbeaii
nt the I- Mil' 't of the Colonial Of
ag ii<- oBI ab. ad) visited Ja-
i : Itish Honduras. Trinidad
tulana, and the Winnward
and LaOward island)* Ills reluni
to Jamaica will be for a short
period and Is for the purpose of
havim: further discussions with
the Director of Public W
n Planning Advlaaa Hi
will then go back tn Kngland
Mr Atkinson told the ^d%'ratp
yesterday that he I a. found his
vi it |o llnrbados most bit
and instructive Its main object
ami t" obtain M lift hand, an
Impression of ihi > i ! n
achievements of those concerned
arltta btllldlnl and housing in the
colony.
Through the kind assistance of
1 Went, the Colonial b
.! Ml I I I
U i v of Ituj lion-
inn IU aid In had been able to sec
: the new building and
housing work on the island
QoVMaMnT*g Talk
1 had talks with the Gov-
ernor and Colonial Secretary, and
ii al tin O tnptrouai of
the l>ovrlopmcnt and Wclfan
Organisation and his staff. In
pai Hetil ar, ba salda ha had
cd hia tour with the Organisation'^
Building Davotowni nt Adviser.
Mi v. a lie had
alto had the opportunity of meet-
ing the Housing Hoard.
Mr. Atkinson aald that On
way out to the We-" Indies
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CANADA DRV
for Safer Mntarinr.
vlsited Washington and a numlei
of other centres in the United
States, to study and discuss how
American raaearch and practice
in the field of building and hous-
ing, could boat be made use of in
the Caribbean and other tropical
areas He had also visited Puerto
RiCO This part of his lour was
mudi- under the auspices ot the
Hotted st ita Boon n Co-opai
lion Administration, as part o'
Iheir Technical Assistance Pro-
He had found the Amer-
ican .'Hi. and en-
gineers whom he had met. vat*]
helpful and CO-Opai
He thought there were a num-
ber of wavs in which the Carlb
tcan as a tropical area could
bemtit from the technical
assistance now being offercii
under President Truman's Four-
point Programme. "In particu-
lar.** he said, "advantage migh*
well ba taken of the farmuung
facilities in housing and plan-
Town Planning Laws
linn of the
Housing Board, Mr. Atkinson
riscuned with members, proposals
lor Town and Country Planning
legislation for the colony. He
I...V* the Board Ihe benefit of bis
experience of the application of
atmllai lerjlslatlon In Ortat Britain.
other West Indian ColOrl
the Gold Coast.
Among the Ihlngg on WhloJ) h'
COmrJUmtad WM IIW need to pre
va tha ami iltaM ol I
.which were of bemtit Indh to lh
ti urists and the local inhabitant.'
He gJgQ stressed the need ol
praaarvlng tha more valuable ag
ricultural land of the inland, from
Lullding development He apoka ol
bousing policy and the tichiiiMue.
of housing construction.
He commenced favourably on
the quality of the clay blocks an..
Ing made at the Govern
n anl factory at Ijmcaster.
Mr. Atkinson said that the Bcl-
Aeld Housing Scheme waa one of
i attractive he had seen
r uring his visit to (he Caribbean.
He was particularly impressed by
the line way in which the garden)
were being kept and the lay-out
of the houses. He hoped that fur-
ther development of this kind
would be undertaken in the future
good was
. of children'-
at t liristioa- time, in which
his wife and himself were very
interested when they were shop-
ping for their numeroii-
and nieces.
Sow II.ir..Ill Brcwster
Whilst in the Midlands, he had
the opportunity of visiting Luugh-
borough Training College several
UnuM He met there, an assistant
master of Comber me re School,
Mr Hiimld Itrcwsler. Those who
knew Mr Brewslei would l>e
pleased to learn how well he was
enjoying hia year's study there
jiu\ UM excellent progress he was
making in his studies in physical
education
On the occasion of his last visit
to I-oughborough less than a fort
night before he left England to
return lo Barbados, Mr. C. deV.
Moore who is spending two years
at Durham University, came dowra
Ul join Mr Brewstec and himself
at Loughborough. They visited
Nottingham together where they
peftl some hours with Messrs
Redmaync and Todd looking a'
their fine selection of sports gear
and equipment nf all kinds. The>
returned to I^iughboraugh after I
very pleasant trip during which
i i ailed many memories df
Comlierniere School.
Mr. Moore who Is comoletlng his
degree in classics and ihe Teach-
11.e happiest moment of their 1.
WSj Alien they set foot on shun
In Barbados again and ir
returned home
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